Dit is in hierdie geselskap wat mnr. F.W. de Klerk met sy huidige opmerkings en uitsprake homself bevind. Daarmee trek hy ook ’n streep deur die Afrikaner se eiendomsreg van Suid Afrika en die suiwer bedoelings van ons vorige volksleiers met die beleid van afsonderlike ontwikkeling.
Die diepte en hoogte en breedte van daardie beleid sal met die huidige Islamisering van Europa die Afrikaner se begrip van God se skeidingsbeginsel, wat absoluut niks met verdrukking en vernedering te maak het nie, maar wel alles met goeie orde, beskerming en behoud van geskape identiteit, op ’n wyse aan die orde bring wat nie deur ons beplan of voorsien is nie.
Die Britte se verwronge begrip van reg en geregtigheid wat sedert die eerste anneksasie van Kaap de Goede Hoop dateer, word deur hierdie oefening bevestig asook hulle voortgesette “war through other means” teen die Afrikanervolk waarvoor hulle hierdie armsalige karakters aangewend het!
“Heroes” se watsenaam!! Veragtelike hoogverraders in Engelse faam!!
Anti-Apartheid Heroes Given Freedom of City of London
By SAPeople Staff Writer - Jan 28, 2016
Goldberg, Kathrada, Bizos and Joffe at the ceremony. Photos: Twitter @sahmventer.
Ahmed Kathrada and Denis Goldberg received the award with fellow South African George Bizos and Lord Joel Joffe at a ceremony in Guildhall’s prestigious Livery Hall, conducted by Dr Peter Kane, Chamberlain of London. Andrew Mlangeni, another surviving member of the Rivonia trial, was too ill to travel to London to accept the honour in person.
Twenty years ago Mandela received the Honorary Freedom of the City of London – the highest accolade the city can bestow.
London Mayor Jeffrey Mountevans said in a statement before the ceremony, “The Freedom of the City of London is a tribute to the noble and fearless fortitude shown by these four men and … we are so pleased to honour (Mandela’s) fellow fighters, essentially, world leaders for equality and humanity, to recognise their battle against the evils of apartheid.”
Goldberg had some harsh words for the African National Congress in his speech after the ceremony.
According to news reports, Goldberg said that although much had been done to improve the situation of many in the country, “My personal view is that my current comrades in government at every level have followed the example of British colonialism and apartheid oppression in creating a crony (economy) where political access to power means (financial prosperity).”
He said that a positive aspect was that people were being more outspoken about their dissatisfaction. “People speak out, protest out on the streets more and more and I’m happy to add my voice,” Goldberg was quoted as saying.
Goldberg was arrested in 1964 when police discovered a plot for a 7,000-strong uprising and sentenced to four life terms in prison after being convicted of armed resistance, and served 22 years in a “whites-only” prison in Pretoria.
Goldberg, Kathrada and Bizos.
Kathrada defied laws discriminating against Indians. He was put under house arrest in 1962 but secretly continued his campaign. He spent 26 years in prison, 18 on Robben Island, before being released in 1989.
Kathrada’s partner is Barbara Hogan, a former cabinet minister who was recently in the news for her public criticism of the ANC and for saying it is time for President Jacob Zuma to leave office.