Tuesday, June 5, 2012

It’s time to take a stand against the ANC!

The ANC is planning to amend the South African Constitution drastically. According to them, this has to be done by means of a National Democratic Revolution, initiating a “second transitional phase” in South Africa. A number of fundamental parts of the Constitution have to be either scrapped, or amended according to this revolution. Although the Constitution has undergone small-scale changes a few times since 1994, the ANC is now planning drastic changes. Sections such as the right to private ownership of property are now under threat. The 1994 political settlement is regarded globally as an agreement between the former NP government, the current ANC government and other stakeholders. This settlement is embodied in the Constitution of South Africa. The ANC’s action will thus amount to a political breach of contract.


Sign the petition against the ANC’s plan to fundamentally change the constitution



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Im sad to say that such a petition means nothing to the ANC . They will buldoze over every democratic process in order to achieve their goals. They are presently training the youth league as cannon fodder since future employment is non existant and whites are an obstruction to their final goal. Some of us dont participate in this stand against them on internet especially in this case where our names are to be revealed since it makes us as listed by intelligence services and we would prefer to remain in the shadows for as long as possible until the days of reckoning.

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Here's another petition you can sign. One that could capture the world's attention.

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