Die Summiere ontslag van die Direkteur Genraal van Landbou, Bosbou en Visserye, Mike Mlengana, dui op ‘n gesindheid van doelbewuste ongeregtige benadeling wat ‘n dik swart streep trek deur die veelgeroemde "modernste deursigtige mensereggerigte grondwet" van Suid Afrika, wat sy ontstaan in 1994 verkry het!
Selfs die ANC se eie verkose en aangestelde amptenare durf nie van die onreg afwyk sonder dat die duiwel op hulle neerdaal nie!
Hiermee het die ANC onteenseglik bewys dat die Afrikastyl ‘n inslag van die swartras verteenwoordig wat nie net deur die geskiedenis oor eeue vasgelê is nie maar deur die Westerling waargeneem, begryp en dienooreenkomstig in beginsel en beleid as teenvoeter in wetgewing implimenteer is. Die doel? Vreedsame naasbestaan en vooruitgang vir elke betrokke volk binne sy eie grondgebied, volgens sy eie aard en behoefte en onder sy eie regering en stelsels.
Afwyking van daardie beleid het manifesteer in die voorspelde chaos deur van Suid Afrika se voormalige Afrikanerleiers, wat nou huiwer op die rand van anargie en burgeroorlog! Wat ‘n nalatenskap van die de Klerk era wat sy oorsprong na die sluipmoord op dr. Verwoerd gehad het!
Dit is egter nie net Vorster, Botha en de Klerk van Suid Afrika wat in die geskiedenis opgeteken word as die politieke dwase van hierdie era nie, maar ook die Britte, Amerikaners en elke ander moondheid wat multikulturalisme voorgestaan het en daarmee geregtigheid vervang het met onreg, beskawing met barbarisme, vooruitgang met vernietiging, morele waardes met banaliteit en meer nog, gesonde verstand met waansinnigheid!
Agriculture Director General fired after farmer support?
June 22, 2018
Agriculture Director General fired after farmer support? Photo: Die Vryburger
On the same day that Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries Director General, Mike Mlengana, took a strong position in favor of the country’s farmers, he was fired by the minister.
During last week’s meeting on farm safety and stock theft held in Pretoria, he said that as long as he is in this position, he will protect white and black farmers and also assure that no productive agricultural land will be taken.
Apparently, his political boss did not like it and fired him the same day.
He made the call at a Summit on farm killings, murders and stock theft, currently underway in Pretoria.
The two-day summit, which started on Thursday, forms part of the department’s efforts to prioritise the safety and wellbeing of farmers and farming communities in the country.
It follows a round table discussion hosted by the department in 2016, where it was resolved that a summit with stakeholders and civil society organisations be organised to deliberate on farm killings, murders and stock theft in South Africa.
During a round table discussion, the sector stakeholders made a call for all stakeholders to have an opportunity to further engage with all sector stakeholders regarding the safety on farms.
They were encouraged to come up with approaches and mechanisms in dealing with incidents of farm killings, murders and stock theft, to further forge partnerships and work together with other government departments and stakeholders to combat brutal attacks against the farming community.
The stakeholders were also encouraged to conduct awareness on the Rural Safety Strategy, to ensure that they commit to participate in all stakeholder forums that seek to bring unity, safety and security within the sector, and find solutions to stop all forms of violence against farming community.
In his opening address, Mlengana said the on-going scourge of criminal attacks in the farming community is causing serious damages and uncertainty which may affect jobs, economic growth and food security in the sector.
“This cannot be left unattended. We remain concerned about lack of stability within the farming communities as a result of farm killings and murdering and stock theft; we may fail our nation if we don’t act now in fighting against any form of violence against farm owners and farm workers.
“We need to ensure that we participate in all stakeholders’ forum meetings that seek to bring unity, safety and security within the sector. As the Director-General, who has been assigned to lead the agricultural sector, I want to assure all stakeholders gathered here today that violence within the farming community is my serious concern because it affects stability within the sector,” Mlengana said.
Condemn racism, discrimination
He also called on all stakeholders to condemn any form of racism and discrimination against any human kind, and ensure that the agricultural sector works very hard to create jobs and contribute towards Growth Domestic Product (GDP) and food security for all in our country.
“This is our priority as the sector and we must work together in achieving this goal and notwithstanding the issue of safety and security within the farming communities,” Mlengana said. – SAnews.gov.za
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