The South African Human Rights Commission has been compromised as it dismisses hundreds of appeals by the public to intervene in the reckless behavior of the Economic Freedom Fighters, the third-largest political party in the country. Julius Malema and his cadres spent the week inciting Civil War, first on social media, and on a major television network in Africa on Thursday.
EFF fighters posted photos of weapons on Twitter all week, in support of Malema’s call to arms and the planned uprising at Senekal, the Free State venue for the second court appearance of the accused who tortured and murdered the young Brendin Horner.
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The EFF, the quasi-political party turned domestic terrorist organization, is adamant their actions are necessary to protect state property from white farmers and will not be going to Senekal in support of the murder accused.
The military-style Tweets surfaced again on 07 October 2020, with Julius Malema sending the attack command to his network of EFF fighters. The Tweet was similar to the one that led to the country-wide attacks and destruction of Clicks stores a month ago.
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Despite the embarrassing extortion, millions of Rands in damages, harassment of staff and customers, plus the loss in revenue for the business, the South African Human Rights Commission in response to complaints by the public explained on Twitter why these commands to attack by the EFF Commander in Chief are docile and should not be taken seriously.
The South African Human Rights Commission and the National Broadcaster the SABC, have clearly become political instruments that will vehemently defend the slightest infringement on the rights of the majority while allowing Julius Malema to incite race on race violence on minorities with reckless impunity.
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On Saturday 10 October 2020, Malema drove home his command for fighters to attack when he Tweeted a picture of a machine gun.
This led to the chief whip Natasha Mazzone of the Democratic Alliance laying criminal charges for incitement to violence at the Cape Town Central Police Station against the EFF, Julius Malema, and the MP Nazier Paulsen over the social media posts.
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Inciting Civil War with impunity
The criminal charges by the DA were dismissed as “Attention Seeking” by the EFF and apparently the police as no arrests have yet been made.
Encouraged by the lawlessness of the South Africa Police and the incompetence of the South African Human Rights Commission, Twitter was flooded with Tweets by EFF fighters displaying their readiness to “attack” the farmers attending the proceedings at Senekal on the 16th of September.
Despite roadblocks by the South African Police, EFF fighters were quick to Tweet photos of their deadly weapons while attending the Senekal protests in the Free State on Friday 16 October 2020.
Some Tweets before the planned protest by EFF followers threatened people directly, such as this death threat on 12 October 2020, depicting a marksman cross on a photo of Ernst Roets from Afriforum.
By midweek the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) decided to join forces with the EFF and a recruitment campaign for military training was widely seen on the Internet. The Tweet showed the hashtag #DownWithArrogantSenekalWhiteFarmers. The origin and authenticity of the Tweet / Poster have not been established by the Editor.
Political commentator COL (Ret) William M. (Chris) Wyatt, CEO at The Indaba Africa Group, and previously Director of African Studies at the United States Army War College, released the following video on Youtube.
In a paper called the “The Ten Stages of Genocide”, originally released as the Eight Stages of Genocide, presented to the US State Department in 1996, Dr. Gregory H. Stanton, a peer-reviewed academic on the subject of genocide, defines one of the distinct Stages of Genocide as follows:
“One group denies the humanity of another group with its members equated to criminals, animals, or diseases. This dehumanization serves the purpose of removing the normal human revulsion for rape or murder. At this stage, hate propaganda in the media is used to vilify the victims. It may even be incorporated into school textbooks and educational documentaries. The mass indoctrination prepares the way for the incitement of violence and crime. The majority group is taught to disregard the other group, their property, culture, or religion. Hate speech propagates through social networks, online videos and in some cases even preached from the pulpit.” – says Dr. Stanton.
“Denial is the stage that lasts throughout and always follows Genocide. It is among the surest indicators of further genocidal massacres. The perpetrators of Genocide, burn the bodies, try to cover up the evidence and intimidate the witnesses. They deny that they committed any crimes and blame what happened on the victims.” says Dr. Stanton.
The WCSTG project report to the following organisations on a daily basis:
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[Disclaimer: as a small publisher relying on volunteers – our reports are non-exhaustive of the Crimes against Humanity in South Africa – we report as much as we can and advise readers to do their own diligence]