PETITION: Presidential pardon for Wilhelm Pretorius and the Boer Nation’s political prisoners in South Africa

Boer Political Prisoners have been incarcerated for over two decades. Some endured cruel injustice during their trials, some were entrapped by intelligence agencies and provocateurs; some were tortured or even left disabled with broken bodies; some a combination of all of these. They daily endure the cruellest human rights violations in prison with the minimum contact allowed with their loved ones.

With the support of the international community the ANC and its many affiliations succeeded in toppling the system imposed on South Africa during the apartheid years.

However, despite the commitment by post-apartheid (new) South Africa to the culture of human rights, the Boer Political Prisoners (such as the accused in the Boeremag Trial, some incarcerated since 2002), together with many other political prisoners, still are on the receiving end of injustice and the extreme violation of their human rights.

The post-apartheid South Africa claims to be a country upholding human rights, equality to all people and the mutual recognition of diverse cultures. The South African Constitution states its aim to “Heal the divisions of the past and establish a society based on democratic values, social justice and fundamental human rights.” The coat of arms’ motto is: “United in diversity.”

Let the people from South Africa and from all over the world, unite in our plea for human rights and fairness. Let us unite in petitioning the president of South Africa to give meaning to the words South Africa as a democratic country claim to be. Our plea is for amnesty to all the Boer Political Prisoners.

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PETITION: Presidential pardon for Wilhelm Pretorius and the Boer political prisoners in South Africa

  

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Boer Political Prisoners have been incarcerated for over two decades. Some endured cruel injustice during their trials, some were entrapped by intelligence agencies and provocateurs; some were tortured or even left disabled with broken bodies; some a combination of all of these. They daily endure the cruellest human rights violations in prison with the minimum contact allowed with their loved ones.

With the support of the international community the ANC and its many affiliations succeeded in toppling the system imposed on South Africa during the apartheid years.

However, despite the commitment by post-apartheid (new) South Africa to the culture of human rights, the Boer Political Prisoners (such as the accused in the Boeremag Trial, some incarcerated since 2002), together with many other political prisoners, still are on the receiving end of injustice and the extreme violation of their human rights.

The post-apartheid South Africa claims to be a country upholding human rights, equality to all people and the mutual recognition of diverse cultures. The South African Constitution states its aim to “Heal the divisions of the past and establish a society based on democratic values, social justice and fundamental human rights.” The coat of arms’ motto is: “United in diversity.”

Let the people from South Africa and from all over the world, unite in our plea for human rights and fairness. Let us unite in petitioning the president of South Africa to give meaning to the words South Africa as a democratic country claim to be. Our plea is for amnesty to all the Boer Political Prisoners.

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Also sign the following petition:  https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Free_the_Boeremaglede/?axECTkb

Watch the 2 min video, BOEREMAG INJUSTICE:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLloX3Z7mGU&index=2&list=PLg_Mmj7cY2izOMiqdPJA_u20b-C0b_tJf

Visit the Facebook Page, FREE WILHELM PRETORIUS AND THE BOER POLITICAL PRISONERS IN SOUTH AFRICA: https://www.facebook.com/AmnestyforWilhelmPretorius/

To learn more about the Boer Nation’s Political Prisoners visit www.boervin.org and follow @Boer_VIn on Twitter https://twitter.com/Boer_VIn and like the Boervin Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/BoerVinBoerevolksvryheidsinisiatief/?ref=br_rs