The Black First Land First (BLF) organization says it will no longer submit to the “white supremacy courts” and has decided not to appeal against the electoral court’s decision to be deregistered as a political party.
The BLF was deregistered for discriminating on the basis of race by not accepting people of all races as members. White people are not allowed to become members of the BLF. The decision was made on Monday.
“BLF is aware that the entire white establishment is terrified of the black agenda we represent,” the organization tweeted.
He says it is the “whites only political organization of landlords – the FF Plus”, which has driven the issue.
Dr. Pieter Groenewald, FF Plus leader who in fact campaigned against the BLF, on Tuesday pointed out that the FF Plus has consistently maintained that the BLF excludes white people. The BLF’s defense was that people of other races could also be considered black.
According to Groenewald, the deregulation of the BLF is a victory for the whole of South Africa because it is a victory over racial hatred and intolerance, as well as for law and order.
Groenewald said it was a pity, however, that the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) had broken the law by registering the BLF as a party. No one is above the law.
According to the BLF, the organization has lost all confidence in the criminal justice system and believes that, like most other courts, the electoral court is openly hostile and biased towards the BLF.
“Black people now know that it is illegal in South Africa to be black. BLF is a revolutionary movement that will fight until black people are truly free. Land or death, ”the organization tweeted.
DA also celebrated
The DA also welcomed the deregulation of the BLF. “Since the party’s inception, it has caused division among South Africans in that only black people can be a member of the party,” said Mike Moriarty, DA chief whip in the Gauteng legislature.