Liberty, Equality and Fraternity is the right of every human being irrespective of their ethnicity, race, religion or language.
We are not a political organization, our support base run the spectrum of right and left-wing politics. Wherever people are ostracized, persecuted, displaced, or oppressed we will act in their defense, within our means.
Our current focus is on South Africa where minorities are subjected to severe hate crime, to the extent that thousands of families have been and still are being forced to abandon their country under duress of rape, torture, and murder, subjected to racist government policies and crimes against humanity practiced against them with impunity, leaving these minority groups vulnerable, and at risk of existential threat, and without basic human rights.
We speak out for the victims of the Marikana massacre, where over 47 people were slaughtered, without a single arrest or a single government official held accountable, and with none of the victims having been compensated, since 2012.
What we do
We focus on political analysis, investigative reporting and statistical data that keep the Free World informed on the existential threat to minorities in South Africa. We seek to educate, encourage transparency and accountability from those who conveniently and readily dismiss the rape, torture, murder and economic deprivation of thousands of human beings as right-wing conspiracies.
Our current strategy focus upon the following areas:
- Discourse: Keeping the discourse air-borne by engaging our readership, encouraging debate, aggregating facts that debunk misinformation and shine the spotlight on imminent disasters that is being ignored by mainstream media.
- Facts: Provide a central repository for the body of evidence that reflect the true nature and real time extent of the leading causes for the crimes and atrocities committed against defenseless and voiceless minorities.
- Relief: Support efforts to humanitarian relief, economic relief and provide critical resources to the victims and their families to seek remedy from oppressive governments at appropriate International Tribunals.
- Representation: We attempt to keep Members of Congress, the US Senate and various US State Departments informed on the situation through evidence-based reports that encourage change through economic and political pressure on the rogue government of South Africa.
Part of the mandate, include filing our reports with U.S. State Departments under the Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act of 2018.
In addition under International law, we provide dossiers to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), and help seek remedy and compensation for the victims, as well as seek prosecution to the full extend of the law for known advocates of hate crime and offenders of “Mala in Se” under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.
Our dossier on crimes against humanity in South Africa include establishing Mens Rea (knowledge that one’s action or lack of action would cause a crime to be committed) and Dolus Specialis (the intent, knowledge, recklessness, or negligence elements of genocide): https://wecanstopthegenocide.com/genocide-definition/
- We cannot do this without empirical evidence.
- Without facts, we can not expedite relief to the ostracised.
- Without facts, we cannot seek justice and compensation for the victims.
- Without facts we can not stand up to lying politicians, or support International Tribunals.
- Without facts we cannot expose mainstream media or repudiate claims that dismiss atrocities, as normal crime.
In order to achieve our goals in each of these areas we develop and model effective philanthropy by individual donors, faith-based communities, and humanitarian organizations that seek to work towards sustainable and long term solutions.
This website is published by volunteers. Published content is sourced directly from victims and media outlets in the United States, the United Kingdom, and South Africa.
We Can Stop The Genocide
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