As the majority of South Africans commemorate Human Rights Day, Groenewald will lead a delegation to a gathering of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO), which will sit in Belgium this week.
Groenewald will address the sitting and at the heart of his presentation will be the FF Plus resistance to land expropriation without compensation.
Also part of the itinerary will be an address to the Flemish Interest Youth in Gent, where farm murders will come under the microscope yet again. He will tell them that South African minorities are being abused consistently.
“All this is part of the FF Plus’s continuous action to inform the international community of the abuses in South Africa and, in particular, forms an integral part of the FF Plus’s action plan that was announced at the beginning of this month and is aimed at putting a stop to the government’s plans to amend the Constitution so as to make expropriation without compensation possible,” said Groenewald.
Among the other bodies that the FF Plus will try to win over are the European Parliament and the United Nations.
“South Africa is a signatory of the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Expropriation without compensation is a violation of Section 17 of this Declaration and the FF Plus will bring that to the attention of the rest of the world,” added Groenewald.