Dear Clicks South Africa why are you negotiating with terrorists?
Terrorism by most definitions is “The unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.” Is this not what South Africa witnessed happening in front of our own eyes the past week? And then did we not witness a loved brand and respected corporation not only negotiating with terrorists but decided to reward terrorism?
Dear Clicks, do your shareholders know of your tacit approval of arson, blackmail, destruction of property, extortion, incitement to violence, and intimidation by not laying criminal charges against the EFF for these practices?
Do your shareholders and customers also share your values that anarchy and extortion should be rewarded in South Africa?
READ MORE: Clicks South Africa terrorised by the EFF
READ MORE at the Daily Maverick: From schoolyard bullies to emerging fascists The EFF’s politics of Violence
READ MORE at the Daily Maverick: EFF Romanticising War and Violence
Dear Clicks why are you negotiating with violent fascists?
Dear Clicks – why are you negotiating with organizations that support the Expropriation of Property without compensation?
Dear Clicks – what is the cost of this new precedent you have set for our country?
For a corporation like you with R2.3 billion cash on hand, the damages caused by attacks by the EFF amount to perhaps a few million Rand. Easily offset against the free brand awareness you received from your advertising blunder.
For other businesses the cost of legitimising the EFF has become constant harassment, intimidation and loss of revenue.
But what is the cost to the people and the future of South Africa?
What is the cost when your advertising department’s negligence increase racial tensions in this country?
Dear Clicks, do you do realise your advert embarrassed more than one ethnic group?
So did you apologise to all ethnic groups or just the one the EFF wants you to see?
Dear Clicks, what is the cost to our country when you negotiate with extremists masquerading as a political movement?
Do your shareholders know and approve of negotiations with people convicted of Hate Speech?
READ MORE: Julius Malema convicted of Hate Speech on 12 September 2011
Do your shareholders know you are negotiating with a racist that promote hate crime in South Africa?
Dear Clicks, do your customers approve when you reward organizations that advocate for the killing of farmers and ethnic groups?
Do your employees know that crimes against humanity is the only crime in South Africa openly advocated by politicians with impunity?
Do your employees know that the South African President – Cyril Ramaphosa openly lies about systematic genocide and the killing of farmers?
READ MORE: The definition of genocide
Do your shareholders also want to legitimise such politicians? Pay them and reward them with donations and bursaries?
Dear Clicks are you still in integrity with the values and vision of your founder Jack Goldin?
Tell your customers Clicks – what is your ethos? And do you follow the law?
Because we can tell you the cost in blood when you don’t.
Over half a million people have been murdered in South Africa under ANC rule
Over 22 786 farmers and “boers” murdered – READ MORE names in Victim Database
Memorial for victims of Hate Crime – READ MORE White Cross Monument
Torture and mutilation – READ MORE – Photographic Evidence
Systematic Genocide – READ MORE – Videographic Evidence
Asphyxiation of the elderly – READ MORE – Recent Victims
Murders of the disabled – READ MORE – Recent Victims
Femicide capital of the World – READ MORE- Recent Victims
Rape capital of the World – READ MORE – Recent Victims
Children being Raped – READ MORE – Recent Victims
Children being Drowned – READ MORE – Recent Victims
Elderly being Drowned – READ MORE – Recent Victims
Tell your customers Clicks – what is your ethos? Why do you negotiate with advocates of Crimes against Humanity?
Tell your shareholders Clicks – when will you do your civil duty and seek remedy in the criminal and civil courts?
Because we can tell you the cost in lives since your last meeting with the EFF
Clicks, take a good look at the victims for the past week. Humans murdered because advocates of hate crime are legitimized and not recognized for what they truly are – terrorists.
Dear Clicks we have a Message for you from Clicks Customers
Save our country don’t give it up to the criminals. Don’t give blackmail and extortion your tacit approval or nobody will invest in our country. This is your chance to stand up against the EFF and the corrupt ANC government:
The PEOPLES CREED:
While South Africa has become a lawless country – we THE PEOPLE have not lost our moral fiber. While the police and judiciary have lost their moral compass – we THE PEOPLE still have principles and civic duties. While corporations fall for blackmail and extortion, we THE PEOPLE will stand firm on our values. While the government watches with folded arms and fails to act – we THE PEOPLE will act and not allow evil to prevail in this land.
We THE PEOPLE have earned our money, it is ours to spend as we choose. Therefore we will impose economic SANCTIONS on all businesses that act unlawful, lost their ethos, or that do not honor this CREED.
Until criminal charges of inciting violence, extortion, intimidation, and malicious damage to property have been brought against the EFF and its leader Julius Malema and successfully been PROSECUTED – we THE PEOPLE will not spend our money at Clicks South Africa nor hold on to shares or invest in Clicks Group Ltd. We will not support or buy products from any company that is willing to be held ransom by gangsters. We are law-abiding citizens and we will not tolerate corrupt practices that discourage investment in our country.
The laws of this country apply to everyone.
All Clicks shareholders! Your directors are subject to the Companies Act No. 71 of 2008. They have all the evidence for both criminal and civil remedy, insist they follow the law, act with due diligence, and do their fiduciary duty.
By signing this petition I commit to honor and uphold this CREED – so help me God.