Freedom front exhibits pictures of farm murders

Johannesburg- South Africa (PANA) -- South Africa's Freedom Front political party, which has been calling for an Afrikaner homeland, has opened its stall at the venue of the World Conference Against Racism in Durban.
"The Afrikaner peoples ideals and its future in South Africa could never be built on a racist approach and by bullying others," Freedom Front leader Pieter Mulder said Wednesday in the build up to the racism conference.
Mulder made his remarks when he opened the Freedom Front's stall at the exhibition.
The Freedom Front is the only South African opposition party that has a stall and a permanent exhibition at the racism conference.
In the same exhibition hall there are Tibet and Tamil stands for self-determination movements, while a workshop for the American Indians in Canada and America has already taken place.
As part of the Freedom Front's exhibition, photographs of the victims of farm murders as well as anti-Afrikaner campaigns and posters are on display.
In his opening remarks, Mulder referred to such anti- Afrikaner posters like "Boers will remain dogs," saying they were dangerous and displayed extreme intolerance.
"The evil is not what they say about their cause, but what they say about their opponents," he added.

29 august 2001 12:43:00




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