Why I find it necessary to belong to AfriForum

Opinion by Dan Sutherland

Why I find it necessary to belong to AfriForum. Photo: YouTube
Why I find it necessary to belong to AfriForum. Photo: YouTube

I am a member of AfriForum because I need protection from a criminal racist ANC , an organized criminal group stealing from all people in the country.

I need protection from the racist EFF and ANC that says I dont belong in this country and who threaten the race that I belong to with genocide.

As a white person belonging to a small minority group, I have no political power or voice. I need someone to speak for me and that is why I belong to AfriForum . Nobody else speak for me and those who try are ignored, in Parliament as well. I dont have the financial means to take the ANC to court but when people pool their resources, allowed under the Constitution, we can take unconstitutional measures to court and get publicity for our cause.

Our farmers and old people are being murdered and targeted because of their race . I cant sit like a sitting duck and wait for my demise. Nor can I see the slaughter of innocent people, from all races, and just keep quiet. I find it necessary that there is an organization like AfriForum that can oppose and publicize this slaughter of innocent citizens.

The ANC is according to me waging a slow war against the population group that I belong to and taking the right of Afrikaans education away, which was included in the Constitution but now ignored. AfriForum is also fighting for my property rights [Although I dont even own property yet]

So before calling me racist, first consider the reasons I joined them.

Link to AfriForum website

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