People sentenced to life in southern Africa. New imperial ruling PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 July 2011 08:30

Boer prisoners of warThe North Gauteng High Court of the Empire of southern Africa, on Tuesday, July 26, ruled that it was unconstitutional for the correctional services department to abolish a system of credits that allowed prisoners, sentenced to life in jail before 2004, to work towards an early release.

Granted that Empire of southern Africa is illegitimate, because every nation has the right to self-determination, and that the courts of an empire does not have jurisdiction over the nations, the news means, for us, that MAYBE some Boer prisoners of war sentenced to life in jail before 2004 could now apply for parole.

The new Empire of southern Africa is administered, politically, by the ANC. Its armed wing, Umkhonto weSizwe (MK), fought and killed (mostly civilians) in the name of communism(-capitalism), to imprison all nations of southern Africa under a single regime. With some irony, in 1993, the new world order awarded the leader of the ANC, Nelson Mandela, with a Nobel “Peace” Prize.
The Boer fighters, who rebelled against the Empire, were not pacifists. But they fought for the freedom of their nation. Their place is not prison, but among the heroes of their nation.