The counter revolutionary forces of white monopoly capital led by Johann Rupert and supported by opposition parties and the white media have called for a regime change. In this time, the heightened desperation and revolutionary anger of blacks are being channeled for neo liberal ends via organized white power. Now more than ever , the forces of revolution need to organize every segment of black life to resist and deal with this anti black offensive. The following extract from BLF’s press statement titled “Political Questions Facing The Country” delivered in Yeoville on 2 April 2016, is instructive: Continue reading “WHITE MONOPOLY CAPITAL LED BY JOHANN RUPERT IS CALLING FOR REGIME CHANGE – JOIN BLF, ITS THE RIGHT TIME!”
Today we remember the hundreds of our people murdered by the apartheid regime for standing up and saying “enough is enough”.
Today we remember and honor the leadership and legacy of Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe. We remember his exemplary motto of “Serve…Suffer…Sacrifice”. Sobukwe led from the front. He was prepared to suffer for his beliefs.
Today we note that those who murdered and maimed our people remain free. Those who massacred our people have not been called to account.
We note that there has not been acknowledgement, there has not been reparations for the Sharpville massacre. Continue reading “BLACK FIRST LAND FIRST ON SHARPVILLE DAY”
Black First Land First (BLF) celebrates the historic decisions of the two great African nations of Zimababwe and Ghana for ending the colonial borders which has kept us divided and conquered for so long. The decision of these two nations within days from each other to allow free movement of Afrikans is the biggest and most positive development since the Independence of Ghana in 1957 which was a catalyst for decolonization of the Afrikan continent. Continue reading “BLF SALUTES BOTH ZIMBABWE AND GHANA FOR BEING THE FIRST COUNTRIES TO BREAK DOWN COLONIAL BORDERS”
Our movement Black First Land First (BLF) fully supports the students struggle of Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).
The students struggle is just and it’s demands reasonable. For two weeks the students were engaged in peaceful protest for free education and an end to the evil outsourcing process. For two weeks the TUT management responded with repression (bringing armed private security onto campus and suspending student leaders), with divide and rule tactics (getting SASCO to abandon the students and join management just like the homeland leaders under apartheid) and with indifference (non compliance with students demands).