BLF calls on South Africans to Reject Black Monday 

BLF calls on South Africans to Reject Black Monday 

Black First Land First (BLF) calls on our people to reject both the so called Black Monday and the shutdown planned for Friday, 7 April 2017. 

 

The call for Black Monday is to defend white monopoly capital and land thieves. The white owned media is not telling the truth. Lies are being said about the reasons why President Zuma reshuffled cabinet. Our people are being misled by Pravin Gordhan and his gang who want South Africa to remain in white hands. Gordhan has shares in all the banks which exploit the poor. He has blocked many black banks from being licenced because he didn’t want competition for white banks. Similarly; Gordhan has blocked the licencing of a state bank. Gordhan was appointed after white monopoly capital assaulted the Rand as part of economic terrorism.

 

It’s a lie that the new minister has signed the so called nuclear deal. This lie is repeated by the media to try and turn the people against President Zuma because he is calling for land to be returned to black people.

 

President Zuma is also calling for radical economic change to benefit the poor who have been excluded from the economy. Those who own our land and economy are protected by people like Pravin Gordhan. Now they want to use the people to do the dirty work of defending white capital and land thieves.

 

The call to remove President Zuma is led by the Democratic Allience (DA); which is a party of white monopoly capital and land thieves. Helen Zille is openly saying colonialism was not bad. The DA was founded by Tony Leon whose father was an apartheid hanging judge who helped hang young revolutionaries like Andrew Zondo and Solomon Mahlangu. These are the people today calling for President Zuma to be removed. We must refuse to be used by these agents of white interests.

 

BLF calls upon our people to support the battle against white monopoly capital and its agents. BLF calls on our people to be careful not to be used against their own interests. BLF calls on our people to defend and advance the struggle for land to be returned and economy to be transformed. Reject the Black Monday call. Reject the shutdown planned for Friday.

 

Issued by Black First Land First, National Coordinating Committee (BLF NCC)

 

3 April 2017

 

Contact details

 

Black First Land First Email:[email protected]

Facebook: Black First Land First | Twitter: @black1stland1st

Website: www.blf.org.za

 

Zanele Lwana

(National Spokesperson)

Cell: +27 79 486 9087

Mail: [email protected]

 

Lindsay Maasdorp

(National Spokesperson)

Cell: +27 79 915 2957

Mail: [email protected]­om

 

Brian Tloubatla

(Deputy National Spokesperson)

Cell: +27 82 216 7664

Fax: +27 86 401 0451

Mail: [email protected]

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