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Die Ou Man
5th June 2009, 10:48
Namibië se Sam Nujoma vaar uit oor Jode, buitelanders, kerke

Jun 04 2009 10:03:17:330PM - (SA)
Waldimar Pelser

Jode is “moordenaars”, charismatiese Christen-kerke heul met Boere en versteur die vrede, en buitelanders wat Namibiërs minag, moet padgee, anders word hulle in die kop geskiet.

So het oudpres. Sam Nujoma van Namibië na bewering op 23 Mei op ’n saamtrek van Swapo in ’n toespraak gesê wat dié land se menseregte-aktiviste rooi laat sien.

Die Namibiese nasionale vereniging vir menseregte (NSHR) het gister opnuut sy kommer uitgespreek oor die uitwerking van Nujoma se woorde aangesien hy “nog baie invloed hier het”, het me. Dorkas Phillemon, ’n woordvoerder, aan Beeld gesê.

Nujoma (80) het Namibië 15 jaar lank geregeer – van onafhanklikheid in 1990 totdat pres. Hifikepunye Pohamba hom in 2005 opgevolg het.

’n Agent van die NSHR was volgens Phillemon teenwoordig toe Nujoma Swapo-ondersteuners in die dorp Helao Nafidi in die Ohangwena-streek aan die grens met Angola toegespreek het.

“In ’n toespraak wat herinner aan dié van pres. (Mahmoed) Ahmadinedjad van Iran het Nujoma gesê Joodse mense (Israeli’s) is ‘moordenaars’,” sê die NSHR. Die gehoor was meestal kinders.

Hy het pinksterkerke “valse kerke” genoem wat Namibiërs mislei, “met die Boere heul en die ‘God van Israel’ aanbid”. Voordat die wit man in Namibië aangekom het, het dié land se mense volgens Nujoma die Reënmaker aanbid, wat eintlik die enigste “ware” god is. In ’n aanval op misdadigers het Nujoma gesê dié wat vroue se regte aantas, se “kele sal afgesny word”, terwyl enigiemand wat Swapo – die regerende party – se vlag minag “lewend begrawe sal word”, berig die NSHR.

Toe draai hy na buitelanders – ook Suid-Afrikaners.

“Volgens Nujoma is die enigste goeie buitelanders in Namibië die Angolese vanweë hul rol in die stryd om Nami-biese onafhanklikheid in Maart 1990. Hy het gesê buitelanders wat Nami-biërs nie respekteer nie moet hul goed vat en loop en teruggaan na hul lande voordat hulle ‘koeëls in die kop kry’.”

Die NSHR het Nujoma se “haat?spraak” skerp gekap en gesê dit is strydig met Namibië se grondwet en kom op opswepery tot geweld neer.

Phillemon het gesê hoewel Nujoma nie president is nie, is sy besorg oor die invloed van die oudleier se woorde.

Die Beeld (http://jv.news24.com/Beeld/Wereld/0,,3-71_2526787,00.html)

Stefanus
22nd June 2010, 22:45
Founding Father Talks War Again

Oswald Shivute (http://allafrica.com/stories/200909211118.html)

21 September 2009

Ongwediva — Founding President Sam Nujoma accused Britain, the United States and Germany of violating democracy and human rights in parts of the world such as Iraq, Afghanistan and in Zimbabwe at a Swapo rally at Ongwediva on Saturday. Nujoma claimed that British and American "imperialists" are imposing sanctions on Zimbabwe because its President Robert Mugabe is fighting to provide land to his people.

"The British want to be beaten up. Anyone find an Englishman, do so, beat him up," Nujoma said.

He said, SADC countries are united and will stand up to anyone who violates the rights of one of its member countries.

"Let us beat them, not with knopkieries, but with hammers in their heads, if they touch one of our SADC countries," Nujoma said.

"The whites must know that if they continue doing us harm, we will definitely beat them. They must take their hands away from Zimbabwe," Nujoma told the Swapo crowd.

He accused the "imperialists" of wanting to exploit Namibia's natural resources, such as copper, because Namibians are not skilled enough to do anything with these resources themselves.

"They want to take away our wealth, our natural materials, and other rights through EPA," Nujoma said.

"They talk about human rights and democracy. Where do they know human rights and democracy if they kill Asians, Iraqis and Afghanis daily?" Nujoma charged.

"They want to take President Mugabe away from his Presidential position in Zimbabwe, and then from there to us here. Be careful. If they come here we will show them and teach them a lesson as we did to South Africa during the liberation war," Nujoma said.

He called on all Namibians to be ready to fight against "the imperialists now killing people in Iraq and Afghanistan", because it was possible that they would come to Africa next.

Nujoma accused Namibian newspapers of failing to report on "Americans killing people in Iraq and Afghanistan".

Nujoma said he also did not want people criticising President Hifikepunye Pohamba, "like those white newspapers who are doing so".


"Those newspapers must know, the day God will be away from them, and Satan comes to them, we will deal with them," Nujoma said.

Nujoma had a prepared speech of more than six pages in English, but did not use it and delivered his speech in Oshiwambo.