Anti-communist soldiers excluded from pension-benefits in SA
3 June 2011 2 Comments
Freedom Front leader Dr Pieter Mulder and col Piet Uys from his head-office placed flowers at the Wall of Remembrance at the Voortrekker Monument together with 700 people to commemorate the pre-1994 South African defence force soldiers who died in their fight against communist infiltration.
There are two seperate walls of remembrance from the fallen heroes on both sides of this war: the ANC-regime refused to place the names of the pre-1994 SADF soldiers on their own ‘Freedom Park’ wall, which only bears names of their own dead cadres and the names of Cuban soldiers who died in the same border-wars.
The Freedom Front also wants it known that they will still continue to help the more than 5,000 poor Afrikaners who live in back-yard shacks at the Pretoria Wesmoot region. picture left. Their MP advocate Anton Alberts said despite the fact that the party had to withdraw its financial support from a court-case lodged by the ANC-regime in Pretoria to force the removal of these neat little backyard shacks, the party will continue to help fight for their cause in the council.
Pre-1994 South African defence-force draftees do not qualify as ‘War Veterans’ says communist-ANC
Meanwhile the ANC-regime has also announced that it will not give any pension-benefits to the SADF-war veterans under their newly proposed War Veterans Act – because ‘these soldiers do not qualify under our definition of ‘war veteran’. (picture of news clipping below)