Was Luthuli eliminated?
YOUR lead article titled “Luthuli”s hunt for the truth” (January 18) warrants a response.
Shortly after 9.30 am on July 21, 1967, Albert Luthuli was killed by a passing train on a terrain that he knew so well. Since that fateful day, conflicting reports have abounded.
However,when we sift through the disinformation and misinformation, and look at verifiable facts,we have no reason to believe the official information released at that time.
It is obvious that a hidden hand was behind this monumental tragedy.
We know that politics is war without bloodshed, but it has indirect bloodshed that leaves no traces.
History reminds us that that there are no accidents in politics, everything happens for a purpose.
Luthuli was a formidable opponent of racism. He was feared and loathed by the rulers of that time.
The trail has now gone cold. The only people, if they are still alive, who could shed light on this event are the driver and the guard of that particular train.
It is a fact that those who keep spinning the lies that Luthuli’s hearing was defective, must be hoping that eventually the truth is lost forever.
Is it possible that he was eliminated?
It was George Washington who once said: “Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light.” Johannesburg
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