South Africa. White anti-communist fighters: Clive Derby-Lewis and Janusz Waluś, in prison for life PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 27 August 2011 21:29

Clive Derby-Lewis(Black) Communist fighters are in power, (white) anti-communist fighters are in prison. It can be summed up, the current situation in southern Africa. While former (black) communist fighters run the new communist-capitalist empire of southern Africa, (white) anti-communist fighters remain in prison.
Once again, the parole was denied to Janusz Waluś and Clive Derby-Lewis.
Janusz Waluś and Clive Derby-Lewis were sentenced to death (the sentence was commuted to life imprisonment when the death penalty abolished) for the murder of Chris Hani, completed in 1993.
Chris Hani wasn’t a pacifist and wasn’t a freedom fighter. He was a communist who wanted to imprison all nations of southern Africa under a single regime. And for this he fought and killed. Until someone killed him.
Janusz Waluś, an anti-communist Polish emigrated in South Africa, the 10th April 1993, shot and killed Chris Hani. The gun used had been supplied by Clive Derby-Lewis, of the Konserwatiewe Party (KP, in English: Conservative Party).
The murder of Hani, the intent of the two, was aimed to stopping the process undertaken by international capitalism, to deliver power to ANC all over the entire region.

Janusz Waluś and Clive Derby-Lewis (75 years old, cancer patient) may submit a new application for parole in 2013. It sounds like a joke, but it is reality.

Clive Derby-Lewis has turned down the nomination of the VVK, the Afrikaner (not Boer!) Electoral Commission. Clive’s lawyer, Marius Coertze, said the nomination came as a surprise, because Derby-Lewis was not approached by anybody to propose him as a candidate.