BLF just defeated Dr Makhosi Khoza’s ADeC

The complaint by the African Democratic Change (ADeC) against the utterance of the slogan “One Settler, One Bullet” by the President of Black First Land First (BLF), was today dismissed by the Electoral Commission. The complaint was that the slogan constitutes incitement to violence that amounts to racial attacks.

The ADeC failed to prove that the utterance of BLF President, Andile Mngxitama, at the aired elections debate hosted by Alex FM on Thursday, 25 April 2019, amounted to imminent violence. The BLF’s position is clear – the slogan
“One Settler One Bullet” is a response to the historical question of colonialism which is based on land theft by whites since their arrival in South Africa (SA) in 1652.

More victories are coming for BLF. On Monday 6 May, we shall defeat the racist Lucy Strydom and the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC). They have brought BLF to the Equality Court to ban it because Lucy is offended by our slogans like “Land Or Death” and “By Any Means Necessary”. We shall be victorious.

On Tuesday we shall finish off the billionaire, Patrice Motsepe, who wants to silence us on his alleged regime change activities in Botswana. He wants to interdict us from saying “Hands Off Botswana” and “Hands Off Botswana’s Diamonds”. That will not happen!

We shall win all the court cases against us. BLF is on the ballot. We shall be in Parliament, come May 2019.


Issued by the National Coordinating Committee of Black First Land First (BLF – NCC)
3 May 2019

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Lindsay Maasdorp
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Brian Tloubatla
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