Letter to Swedish human rights activist

Our group, the Pro-Afrikaner Action Group (PRAAG) is going to lay a charge of genocide under the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide against the ANC government and those individuals who have been inciting genocide against us, such as Julius Malema. Article 3 of the Convention states:

The following acts shall be punishable:

* (a) Genocide;
* (b) Conspiracy to commit genocide;
* (c) Direct and public incitement to commit genocide;
* (d) Attempt to commit genocide;
* (e) Complicity in genocide.

We are going to lay this charge with the National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa who will probably refuse to prosecute anyone, having been appointed by the very people and government inciting genocide against us or doing nothing to prevent it. The step after that will be to lay a charge at the Hague, Netherlands, under the Rome Statute. You could help us in various ways:

1. Publicising our action, also by means of your petition.
2. Contacting the Swedish government to ask them for United Nations intervention in stopping the genocide and for help in collecting evidence from victims and relatives of victims in order to prosecute those responsible for the genocide.

Thank you very much for your help in this. You are someone motivated by fairness, justice and concern for others, qualities rare in today’s egocentric world.


Dan Roodt
Leader, PRAAG

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  1. Hi Dan,
    The situation in South Africa can be summed up in one word “Genocide”. I recognised it some while ago while browsing through the various sites on farm murders etc. Eartlier I visited the “Genocide Watch” site and it was clear to me, after reading “What is Genocide” that the SA situation certainly fits the criteria. the problem is that many white South Africans do not realise this, and also need to be made aware. Some years ago while surfing the net I came across “The Armenian Genocide” and read all about it. The paralells with the SA situation are frightening. It would be advantageous if some of this info could be posted on http://www.africancrisis.com which is widely read. The constant debate about race etc should be put to rest and replaced by widespread acceptance that what is happenning is genocide. Probably the most horrific crime on earth.

  2. Dear Dan,
    I discovered your website today and I found it extremely interesting. I must honestly say that I have been having sleepless nights about the current situation in SA. I am worried about genocide watch.I get the idea that they are just called genocide watch and that’s where it stops. Did these people not monitor the situation in Rwanda? I cannot remember that they actually attempted to prevent this.
    I believe that we are in grave danger currently and the only solution to prevent the current situation is to appeal to foreign countries to grant South Africans refugee status and evacuate all willing South Africans. How many more people need to die before the world take notice.
    A country such as America is only worried about this county’s nuclear possibilities and forget about the rest of the people.
    I am just so sick of this country and I hate this place.

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