By Adriana Stuijt, retired journalist. Dokkum, the Netherlands.
24 September 2014. With sexual violence against women and children reaching epidemic proportions under the ANC-regime, I want to raise — once again — the ANC’s culture of sexual-violence which was created during the terrorist movement’s ‘exile years’ before it was handed over the control of South Africa in 1994 by the FW de Klerk cabinet.
Many thousands of exiled women and men suffered horrific sexual abuse in the camps of the ANC and PAC in amongst others, Angola and Tanzania. Yet these tortured former freedom fighters have never been allowed to speak up publicly about their ordeal.
Tutu ‘s Truth and Reconciliation Commission refused to have these victims testify publicly… and thus this culture of ANC leaders’ exercising their ‘patriarchal power’ through sexual violence continues to spread like a plague across all of South Africa.
The countrys official…
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