Pillay’s bias is there for all to see
Iam not surprised by the mild and cajoling interview Ferial Haffajee conducted with Navi Pillay, one of South Africa’s judicial elitist celebrities, in the article “Politics vs justice” (City Press, June 28 2015).
Haffajee’s interview was intended to muster support for the enemies of the African Union and African people who are still perceived as children by the white supremacist world, with a particular foothold in South Africa. What else would Pillay say? She has failed in her work to vociferously pursue – with those European friends of hers – former US president George Bush and former UK prime minister Tony Blair for Iraq and Afghanistan, even though they are not signatories.
Why could she not pursue such Caucasian scoundrels?
The US, like Sudan, is not a signatory and, as much as Omar alBashir is pursued, so should Bush and Blair be pursued. Haffajee has viciously promoted anything that harasses Africans in this land. And by the way, tell that Pillay to hunt for apartheid generals and colonels who killed Africans while her lot enjoyed the smart life in the academic palaces of white supremacy.