NO to Violence in SA… it must STOP today.

A referendum on ending apartheid was held in South Africa on 17 March 1992. The referendum was limited to White voters only, who were asked whether or not they supported the negotiated reforms begun by State President F. W. de Klerk two years earlier, in which he proposed to END the apartheid system that had been implemented since 1948.

The result of the election was a large victory for the "Yes" side, which ultimately resulted in apartheid being lifted.

General elections were held in South Africa on 27 April 1994. The elections were the first in which citizens of all races were allowed to take part, and were therefore also the first held with universal adult suffrage. The election was conducted under the direction of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), and marked the end of the four-year process that ended apartheid.

The date 27 April is now a public holiday in South Africa; Freedom Day.

Today the 27th of April 2015 we stand at a crossroad. We need to see the Freedom for All South Africans, the Freedom that only White voters voted for in 1992. We need the Violence to Stop.

The same White voters who now are discriminated against, the same White voters who are killed in their homes, in the streets, a Farmer is almost killed or attacked daily, anywhere they go those White voters and their children are not safe. White killings is happening; destroying their Freedom that they voted for.

The violence does not stop there; members of other races and also the immigrants in South Africa share this fear with those White voters.

When you speak to white people and to other nationalities you hear of so much occurrences of violence in the form of rape, murder, theft, hi–Jacking and housebreakings where people are supposed to be safe. People are either brutally assaulted raped or murdered and in many cases both in the confines of their houses. You are stunned by the fact that in most instances you did not know about this, because the media just did not report about it.

People are killed with either a bullet wound or wounds, but the most terrible form, so up close and personal is when they are killed with Pangas, knifes and machetes, burnt with irons or in a tub of hot water; tortured in the most gruesome ways. Mothers are raped and killed right before their children. Woman are raped and killed in the presence of their husbands who are tied up and unable to assist their loved ones… It is cruel and brutal.

There is no Freedom in South Africa. It is a slaughter house, where you feel imprisoned behind high electrical fences, (if you can afford it) with armed response panic button in hand, too scared to leave home to do your daily tasks like going to work. The electrical fences do not even keep perpetrators out.

And if you do go out you may be mugged in the street, or hi - jacked in your car or have a smash and grab theft from your vehicle.

It cannot carry on like this.

The attack on whites, although strongly denied by authorities, seems to be nothing else but genocide. The reasons how we came to this conclusion is far too much to mention, but for this purpose we can say that the brutality of the attacks when they flee with only a cellular phone in most cases, might be a clear indicator.

We see similar brutality in cases of xenophobia. At least the world speaks out against and condemns xenophobia, unfortunately not the case when so many whites on farms and in the cities are killed.

And the Heinous Crimes do not stop there; other races in South Africa are also burdened by it, they also lose loved ones at the hands of murderers, but are most often too scared to speak out, too scared they will be brutally indoctrinated.

We say no more; We say NO to Violence… it must STOP today.

We, as South African Citizens, hereby say to the Government of this country, we have had enough; the Government must allow and demand the Mass Media to truly report on All crimes in South Africa.

We say to this Government the white citizens of today in South Africa are not the designers of apartheid, these white citizens voted against it in the 1992 Referendum. 

We say to this Government to stop blaming, especially in public, everything on apartheid; It is this kind of public speech that fuels hatred and violence against todays whites. Stop treating todays white citizens as the so-called privileged apartheid whites. Apartheid is gone and you have been ruling this country now for 21 years.

We, as South African Citizens, hereby say to the Government of this country, show us the Freedom the whites voted for in 1992 to the benefit of All South Africans.

We call on the world, everybody who is reading this petition to put pressure on the South African Government to abide by the Democratic rules of Freedom and Human Rights for All citizens as set out in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa that took effect on 4 February 1997.

We say no more; We say NO to Violence… it must STOP today.