Yesterday, a delegation of the German AfD (Alternative for Germany) party visited the FF Plus parliamentary caucus to hold exploratory talks about important South African issues, including expropriation without compensation and farm murders, as well as to establish liaison between the two parties.
The delegation was headed by Mr Sven W. Tritschler, a member of the provincial parliament of the German state North Rhine-Westphalia.
The talks form part of the FF Plus’s “Fight Back SA” campaign as a deliberate attempt to inform the international community of the current threat to property rights and other human rights abuses in South Africa.
Dr Pieter Groenewald, leader of the FF Plus, visited Belgium last week as part of this internationalisation campaign.
Amongst other things, he addressed and participated in a silent protest march against farm murders by the Flemish Interest Youth group in Gent, he met with members of the European Parliament and addressed UNPO (Unrepresented Nations & Peoples Organization).
If the Constitution is indeed amended to allow for expropriation without compensation, it will be in violation of, amongst others, the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
It is, therefore, important to drive the internationalisation campaign so that the international community can take note of what is happening in South Africa before it is too late.
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