[Groenewald, is an Afrikaans politician who runs the FF+. The FF (Freedom Front) was started by General Constand Viljoen. 1 Mil is 1 Military Hospital, the biggest and most sophisticated military hospital in South Africa. It’s in Pretoria. Take a close look at this poster which explains all of South Africa’s problems as being due to APARTHEID VIOLENCE. It never gives any credit to the Whites for handing over power to the Blacks or even removing all the Apartheid laws long before handing over power to these worthless, power-hungry Blacks. Groenewald if furious and will see another Government Minister directly. The fact that he will not bother going through the SA Human Rights Commission, shows clearly that he knows that these types of organisations are worthless. These Blacks keep lying to their people about the past. Groenewald is furious that no mention is made of the things Whites changed regarding Apartheid. Well, Mr Groenewald, I have been a HUGE SKEPTIC about this stuff. All these organisations and things are TOTALLY WORTHLESS. Everything is anti-White, and no, they will NEVER stop blaming Apartheid. This is how it will be … FOREVER! Here is the post below. Read it for yourself. Jan]
Freedom Front Plus (FF+) leader Pieter Groenewald will not bother the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) as regards a poster he maintains incites violence.
Defence and Military Veterans Minister Thandi Modise is his preferred option as the poster is in what was once the top military medical facility in South Africa.
The poster, according to Groenewald’s informant, “appeared” on a second floor wall of 1 Military Hospital in Thaba Tshwane.
“It appears the poster, which has no identification as far as artist or organisation, is an effort to raise awareness of violence and an attempt to teach people not to resort to violence.
“It is racist in the extreme and blames apartheid for violence in South Africa,” Groenewald said explaining: “the poster’s message, illustrated by sketches, starts by saying during the years of apartheid, peoples’ circumstances led to ‘anger and violence’ because their human rights were violated.
“It continues stating people only had access to poor medical facilities, did not have enough food and clean drinking water and suffered violence at the hands of police and the defence force. It adds young people could not get a proper education preventing them from getting good jobs.
“This resulted in ‘anger and violence’ with communities protecting themselves using violence.
“Even though there was a change in government, violence remained with weapons becoming ‘part of peoples’ daily lives’ and violence part of black peoples’ ‘culture’,” he said adding the poster justified violence against the backdrop of apartheid and was “disturbing” to racial relations.
Groenewald will approach Modise demanding the poster be removed from the military hospital and “any other military facility where it is on display”.
“It’s time government moves away from blaming apartheid for everything from poor service delivery to social problems which are the result of its own incompetence,” he said.