Azanians seek an apology, reform
ALLOW me to start by saying (Pieter) Groenewald “is mal” (crazy). How can he threaten the noble struggle of land with civil war in this emotionally-charged Azania?
We the Azanians are fighting for what is rightfully ours and he has the guts to tell us that land redistribution without compensation will ignite a civil war?
Clearly he undermines the core struggle of the Azanian people and he must be dealt with, either way.
We, in the PAC of Azania, have been telling those who care to listen that Azania is an occupied state and a drastic and radical land reform program must be designed and implemented.
If politically bankrupt apartheid benefactors like Groenewald are gonna have guts to stand on a parliament podium and tell Azanians that we, the landless, must pay for what was stolen from us then this is not a democracy for Azanians. Groenewald must be taught a language that him and his ilk won’t forget.
Somehow I can’t blame him because the government of the day processed the whole situation with its willing-buyer-willing seller nonsense of a policy. Now these old Afrikanseweerstand Beweging (AWB) remnants think they have control on the land redistribution.
One way or the other Groenewald must apologise and retract his statement and I expect my president (PAC leader Luthando) Mbinda to lead in that.
It is high time that PAC of Azania takes its position and lead the struggle like we did in the 60s (pass law resistance and armed struggle) and 70s. Land has been and will remain the core struggle of us the Azanians even though we have populists who hijacked our plane.
Clearly he undermines the core struggle