TO ALL PARENTS WITH CHILDREN AT THE YPFDJ – Dancing with PFDJ is dancing over the graves of our brother and sisters!
TO ALL PARENTS WITH CHILDREN AT THE YPFDJ Dancing with PFDJ is dancing over the graves of our brother and sisters! We understand many young people attending the forthcoming YPFDJ conference in the UK are diaspora born
TO ALL PARENTS WITH CHILDREN AT THE YPFDJ
Dancing with PFDJ is dancing over the graves of our brother and sisters!
We understand many young people attending the forthcoming YPFDJ conference in the UK are diaspora born young people whose parents think their involvement in this and other PFDJ related activities is beneficial. Here is our messages to those parents:
Every parent wants the best for their child/ren; we are sure that you too are only after the very best for your children, who are going to the YPFDJ summit in the UK, later on this week. However there are a few facts that you may want to take into consideration before you take the risk of sending your child. We ask you to seriously weigh the implications of your action, before you subject your children to this.
In previous years we have tried to warn against these meetings purely based on the political merits of supporting dictatorship, this year things are different, the polarisation in our community has reached a stage where it is not just political integrity that is at stake. The anger against the regime that has turned a blind eye and even collaborated in the heinous act of selling our brothers and sisters to the highest bidder has reached a level where we are not going to tolerate the wilful support to the regime by organisations such as YPFDJ. Your children’s involvement will have consequences!
Our brothers and sisters are having their organs stolen, after they have been tortured and raped as a way of extorting ransom, we are not going to tolerate your children dancing, over their graves ,and adding insult to our injury.
Our parents have been reduced to begging outside churches and mosques collecting ransom for their abducted children, we are not going to tolerate the regime paying for your children to have a luxury holiday.
Please don’t ignore this warning, the years of us looking in, in helpless desperation are over and enough is really enough! If you and your children think the trip to the UK is going to be a positive experience of pure enjoyment we ask you to really think again and consider whether the risk is worth taking.