EVENT: Johannesburg High Court (Southern Gauteng High Court, formerly known as the Transvaal Supreme Court, Witwatersrand Local Division)
TIME AND DATE: 09h00 on 29 November 2010
PRAAG (the Pro-Afrikaans Action Group) invites the media to the court session on Monday 29 November 2010 where the ANC is asking leave to appeal against the ban on the song “Shoot the Boer”. A number of PRAAG members will be wearing T-shirts with messages to international leaders regarding Afrikaner genocide and the incitement thereto by the ANC and its supporters. A PRAAG group will gather at 9:00 in front of the court and attend the session afterwards where the ANC will try to get the song legalised.
“We are committed to our struggle,” Dr. Dan Roodt, leader of PRAAG, said. “Not only are we combatting genocide and incitement to genocide, both of which are international crimes, but PRAAG wants to force the ANC regime to abolish affirmative action. Together with incitement to genocide, affirmative action in South Africa is applied in such an extreme way by both the state and private companies that it equally falls far outside international norms. It is done to drive whites out of the country and for no other reason.”
PRAAG is advocating civil disobedience, as well as the rejection of symbols such as the South African flag and constitution that no longer protects minority groups. Copies of the constitution will be symbolically desecrated in front of the court on Monday.
According to dr. Dan Roodt, “the South African state, like others in Africa, has become a genocidal state. The ultimate aim of the ANC government is the destruction and ethnic cleansing of the Afrikaner nation from South Africa. We must resist it with every fibre of our being. We must also communicate the true nature of the South African situation to the international community so that the United Nations and other institutions may intervene.”
Contact: Dr. Dan Roodt, leader, PRAAG
The above message was originally posted on the SAS Blog on 27 November 2010.
The original message in Afrikaans can be viewed here on the PRAAG Website.
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