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AN OPEN LETTER TO THE TOWN OF COOMA IN AUSTRALIA.

EXPATS call for removing old SA flagSouth African expats have urged the Australian town of Cooma to update a flag on display from the apartheid era.

It is really sad to observe how a town in an independent country like Australia are intimidated by a liberal South African expat David Hughson and South African High Commission in Canberra to accept the removing of the old South African Flag from display.

When ”political correctness” replace sound ethical practice, it also replaces sound political reasoning and right becomes wrong and wrong becomes right! Hughson speaks for himself and his political deaf and blind expatriates that lives in denial. He is however perfectly right in his statement that: “It wasn’t specifically the apartheid flag, but it did come to represent that. When I look at it, I just think that’s not reflective of who South Africans are today.” (Especially the likes of Hughes and them that helped to create the new South Africa and then fled to escape the predicted consequences AVP)

Ou Suid Afrikaanse vlag word verketterThe old South African flag stands for the Afrikaner Nation who have developed out of a wilderness, South Africa into a leading First World Country that helped, amidst 28 other countries The town of Cooma in New South Wales, to build the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme, completed in 1959.

The new South African flag however, portrays apart from an illegitimate regime, a regime that destroyed South Africa in less than 20 years to rubble status and the murder capital of the world! Observe the political rhetoric of The High Commission’s counsellor Ray Sithole who agreed, The flag (the old South African flag), represents nothing other than a degrading, divisive and inhuman system, a system that was declared a crime against humanity by the United Nations. Whoever flies that flag would be not doing any justice to the cause of democracy, good governance and the rule of law in South Africa.” A description that rather suits the new flag and “new government” represented by Sithole like a glove for the whole world to see!

If Hughson and Sithole were right, what are all the South Africans doing in Australia and other first world countries? The conspiracy and treasonous way in which South Africa came in the hands of people like Sithole, will be embedded in future history of what a democracy should not be! To the detriment of the black race that had the opportunity to show the world that they are equally competent to the white race in their ability to govern a fist world country, the ANC only demonstrated the African trend of talk is cheap but only deterioration and decay the result!

The Afrikaner Volks Party honour the Cooma-Monaro Shire Council who initially ignored Hughson. We request the elders of Cooma to stand fast for what is right for the sake of righteousness and as an example for future generations, not just for Cooma and Australië, but also for the whole religious world for that matter.

It was Langenhoven that quoted: “Give me a man that will say what’s true when the devil is due, a man that will say what is right if the judge is out of sight. Give me a man that will stay true to his principals, whether his remuneration is praise or penalty!” To sing in the choir, whether local or worldly, of people and/or countries of denialists of what is obviously unrighteous, only display a sense of inability to lead rather than a susceptibility to conform to a worldly trend of deception and decadence.

Danie Varkevisser

Leader: Afrikaner Volksparty

South Africa.

Australian town asked to stop flying old South African flag

South African expats have urged the Australian town of Cooma to update a flag on display from the apartheid era.

 by Silvia Bianco  2013-07-19 17:23 in NewsSouth Africans Abroad

SnowyMountain scheme in CoomaSouth Africa’s Department of International Relations and Cooperation is investigating reports that a small town in Australia refused to remove an old South African flag on public display. The town of Cooma in New South Wales displays the flag commonly associated with the apartheid era on its Avenue of Flags, where 28 flags honour countries which helped build the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme completed in 1959.

South African expat David Hughson first asked the Cooma-Monaro Shire Council to update the South African flag four years ago. Now the South African High Commission in Canberra has joined Hughson and his supporters in calling for the flag to be replaced.

“I look every year and hope they’ve updated it, but every year I’m disappointed again to see that old apartheid flag fluttering here,” said Hughson.

“It wasn’t specifically the apartheid flag, but it did come to represent that. When I look at it, I just think that’s not reflective of who South Africans are today.”

The High Commission’s counsellor Ray Sithole agreed, The flag represents nothing other than a degrading, divisive and inhuman system, a system that was declared a crime against humanity by the United Nations. Whoever flies that flag would be not doing any justice to the cause of democracy, good governance and the rule of law in South Africa.”

The South African High Commission has asked the council to remove the flag but Mayor Dean Lynch reportedly turned down the request and said that the old flag was there to stay.

The council is not here to make any political statement… this is just a fact of history and that was the flag at the time”, the mayor pointed out. He also said he is happy for the new South African flag to be raised as well, but there are no circumstances under which the old one will be taken down.

Is Cooma looking backwards?

Other flags on Cooma’s Avenue of Flags are no longer current. The United States flag has 49 stars – Hawaii became the 50th state in August 1959 – while the Canadian flag still includes the Union Jack.

The Yugoslavian flag also stirred anger in the town in the past, with opposition from the local Croatian population.

“Croats would, under cover of darkness, climb the flag pole and make various attempts to remove the flag,” said Siobhan McHugh, author of a book about the history of the local Snowy hydro scheme.

“In the end, the council decided that they would raise it in the morning and take it down every night,” she said.

Since the Yugoslavian controversy, a second avenue of flags has been built nearby to display current national flags, but the South African flag is not among them. Lynch says that is because the relevant embassy or the community has to provide the new flag. He said he would welcome the South African community doing just that.

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