The land struggle sold out!
Black First Land First (BLF) is not surprised that parliament has failed to pass the watered-down Bill on Land Expropriation Without Compensation.
BLF has long said, there shall be no Land Expropriation Without Compensation under the three dominant parties – ANC, DA and EFF. These parties are essentially hooked together by the ideology of neoliberalism, cooked by their masters in Stellenbosch. They are essentially controlled by land thieves.
The DA is more honest and more consistent as a party of white supremacy that represents land thieves. It’s the ANC and EFF which are flip flopping and don’t really want land expropriation. Already in 2015 in Paarl, Julius Malema told white farmers that EFF only wants unproductive land to be expropriated. He assured those land thieves that the land they hold shall not be expropriated.
Black people have no representation in parliament. What we have are puppets of land thieves who play political games with the landless black majority.
Issued by Andile Mngxitama, President of BLF
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