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Manifesto launches FF Plus out of starting blocks for 2019 elections

Moreleta Park in Pretoria East has been painted green today with FF Plus supporters from across the country who launched the party out of the starting blocks for this year's general election.

The FF Plus's message was one of hope and an invitation was made to all South Africans to take the party's hand and to fight back with their voices against a dysfunctional and corrupt ANC government.

Mr. Johannes Hartnick, the FF Plus's executive deputy mayor in Hessequa, was the first speaker. The theme of his speech was: "The FF Plus can govern".

Dr. Groenewald then, with enthusiastic applause from the audience, said that everyone in the country should now ask themselves what the future holds in stock for them, their children, grandchildren and how the situation will look like in 20 years time.

Dr. Groenewald said in his speech, which was based on the FF Plus's election manifesto:

"What happens today in South Africa affects everybody in the country directly and determines to a large extent how each one's future will look.

South Africa's Constitution determines that the country belongs to all who live in it. United in their diversity. The truth, however, is that this is where this promise of unity begins and ends. It's just words.

Are we really united? Can we be united if the president of South Africa does not fulfil his constitutional duty to promote nation-building?

Is it nation-building to proclaim hate speech against whites by bluntly saying that whites and even their animals must be murdered? The president does not stand up against this. Rather, he defends it by saying these statements are not common, and that there are too many white racists in the country.

This is not nation-building. It is not the FF Plus that plays the race card. The government is doing this to disguise its failures and to keep its supporters happy. It can't continue like this. South Africa belongs to all who live in it. Our ancestors built and developed this country.

The government wants to bully minority groups today. That is why the FF Plus says the ANC should start practicing the Constitution's preamble. Stop accusing other groups for your own incompetence.

What is happening in the country today puts a direct responsibility on every one of us to show the government on its mistakes and to send out the message that we will not allow the government to bully us.

Everyone must therefore stand up and be proud of who and what they are. The ANC should not be allowed to define us.

Just like Zulu, Xhosa and Tswana people should be proud of who and what they are, so white and coloured people should also be proud of who and what they are. This is how unity in diversity looks like. Everyone needs to take hands to build South Africa, not to break it down.

Everyone in the country has dreams of peace, prosperity and security. The poorest people are not those without money, but those without hope and dreams. Therefore, the FF Plus must bring hope to people. Hope built on tested values ​​of honesty, sincerity, integrity, neighbourly love and mutual respect, also for our differences.

This is what the FF Plus brings to the people of South Africa today with its Manifesto 2019:

A message of hope. A message that everything is not lost. A message that provides real solutions to the country's problems from the party, which is increasingly seen as the growing alternative to the challenges facing every South African."

The manifesto is available at the following link: https://www.vfplus.org.za/2019-election-manifesto


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