posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 07:18 AM
A spokesperson of the US embassy in South Africa, Judy Moon, stated in an interview on E-TV on Thursday 13 September 2001, that “everyone has to
work together to stop terrorism” and that nations and governments who harbour and assist these terrorists “should be isolated from the world
Mr. Colin Powell also declared: “We [the US] will hold accountable any country who acts as hosts to these terrorists.” He said on CNN that the US
is prepared to go after the perpetrators of terrorist deeds, not only those directed against the United States, but against civilisation, no matter
If this is indeed your intention, the Afrikaners of South Africa would like to know whether you are prepared to denounce the terror being perpetrated
against farmers in Zimbabwe and South Africa.
To show its consistency the US government should state its official position with respect to the atrocious deeds of terror directed against the
farmers of South Africa in which some 1100 farmers (and the members of their families) have died since 1994. These are unmistakable acts of terror
directed against civilisation, by people who have clearly chosen the Boer farmers as their targets of preference.
• That the US government openly and unequivocally condemn the ongoing attacks on the farmers in South Africa and Zimbabwe as unacceptable deeds of
• That the US government calls for the cessation of the infamous policy adopted by the ANC (African national Congress) /SACP (South African
Communist Part) regime on so-called “land reform”, as this policy only serves to encourage the terrorists to attack white farmers in South Africa
• That the US government explicitly repudiate the editorial published in the New York Times on March 31, 2001, in which it was openly suggested that
the attacks on the farmers in South Africa were justified, because of the treatment received by black workers on these farms - as such false
propaganda can only encourage acts of violence and terror against the white farmers and their families in South Africa.
If the United States government wants to be seen as a credible force against terrorism in the world, and as a nation who is prepared to stand for
civilised values, your position on the above demands should be urgently clarified.