BLF calls on the ANC government to release all Azania Peoples Liberation Army (APLA) soldiers immediately and without terms and conditions. After 21 years of ANC rule we still have the anti black situation where revolutionaries like the APLA soldiers (who have been in jail for assaulting white power) while apartheid criminals like Janusz Walus (who murdered struggle leader, Chris Hani) gets to be released! Moreover APLA soldiers like Kenny Motsamai are now in jail for 27 years (for serving black revolutionary interests) while Janusz Walus (who has sought to preserve and maintain white power by murdering Chris Hani), is being released and thereby rewarded after a relatively shorter term of 22 years imprisonment. In this context it is also deeply concerning that apartheid-era criminals, F.W. de Klerk and Adrian Vlok, who were complicit in the crimes resulting in the mass murders of blacks get to walk free. BLF calls for these two criminals to be arrested and made to account for their heinous crimes against blacks in furtherance of white supremacy.
BLF views the continued incarceration of APLA soldiers as a perpetual onslaught by the ANC government against them as well as against the hopes of the black majority for a bright future To this end the evident intent is to crush the spirit of the country’s bravest soldiers as well as the brightest revolutionary minds currently emerging in this era of Pan Afrikanism and Black Consciousness in the face of the intensification of White Power. This is an indication that SA has regressed and in fact reverted to its former apartheid repressive status.
BLF condemns the release of Januz Walus and pledges solidarity with all the progressive voices calling for the immediate and unconditional release of All APLA soldiers!
Also FW de Klerk and Adrian Vlok must be arrested and prosecuted for their aparheid-era crimes immediately
ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF THE BLACK FIRST LAND FIRST MOVEMENT
11 March 2016
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