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LAND REFORM - SOUTH AFRICA


AN OPEN CHALLENGE TO PRESIDENT MBEKI RE LAND REFORM IN SOUTH AFRICA
Izak LABUSCHAGNE
ACIP. IAFPA, Hon. Dr. Eccl. Law
12 August 2005

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The hard facts regarding land reform in South Africa totally contradicts the political rhetoric. It is so bad in one instance that an open challenge to the President of South Africa had to be posted on the web. See:
LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF SOUTH AFRICA

The cat simply slipped out of the bag regarding the statement by the Deputy President of South Africa reported on by most newspapers over the last few days. She said:
"Land reform in South Africa has been too slow and too structured. There needs to be a bit of 'oomph'. That's why we may need the skills of Zimbabwe to help us," she said at an education conference. "On agrarian and land reform, South Africa should learn some lessons from Zimbabwe - how to do it fast."

Like so many before them, white South Africans are just being duped with political rhetoric until the heavily South African Communist Party influence ruling ANC government y strike in the classic savage African style. A style that has become the historically established political modus operandi, the accepted norm of southern African states. A formula underwritten by hefty offers of finance to Zimbabwe from South Africa.

We that are here in Africa have to suffer all forms of attack when we try to get the truth out. Some of us could leave but we stay on so as to try and provide some form of support and protection for the many innocent folk who will be part of the next outbreak of African racial hatred, destruction, rape and genocide. We rely on first world reporters to at the very least provide an accurate and real historic record of what is really going on here, however repulsive that may be. Please do not stifle our voices.

The wave of bloody attacks and murders against South African farmers has already been declared genocide by prominent UN researchers. Another Zimbabwe looms clearly ahead of us. Is the world again going to react when it is too late? There are no racial boundaries in these attacks. As was the case in Zimbabwe, white and black opponents of the government were targeted. In this case the coloured communities of the Northern Cape are targeted. In other parts of the country, Zuluís, Shangaans and anyone not daring to support the ANC / SACP/ COSATU alliance are on the hit list. We who live here have to endure the tangible signs of yet another ethnic cleansing gathering momentum day by day. You in the first world cannot turn a blind eye to your fellow manís impending suffering and pretend your collective conscience away. Not this time. You are receiving ample and repeated warning and by now the signs should be well neigh impossible to ignore.

Izak Labuschagne
ACIP. IAFPA, Hon. Dr. Eccl. Law
CEO SADC DFT, Port Sail Charters
E-mail: - izak@izak.co.za;
Web Page: - www.izak.co.za

For more information see:
LAND REFORM BACKGROUND

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