Black Centric Forum offers military training in preparation for the unknown
The Black Centric Forum is calling on black radicals to undergo training on gun use.
This comes after the announcement this week of the inter-zonal and Greater Johannesburg African National Congress Youth League's (ANCYL's) Spring Weekend Camp, which is scheduled to take place from August 30 until September 1 at Camp Zenith in Heidelberg.
Speaking to Clement Manyathela, forum president Forum Sizwe Maphindan says his life is in danger from white supremacists.
He says black people have been victims of an ongoing war and they are doing nothing about it.
We are in the midst of war. Blacks have been victims of unpunished, unprovoked violence. Part of our programme is what we call corrective justice.Sizwe Maphindani, President - Black Centric Forum
The shooting range is also preparing our people for the military strength of the race because we have been selfless for a long period of time.Sizwe Maphindani, President - Black Centric Forum
White people have been training all along on the basis of the military. We are defending ourselves against unknown politically motivated assassinations.Sizwe Maphindani, President - Black Centric Forum
Listen to the full interview below...
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