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As we approach the 20th year of South Africa’s New Democracy, we, the people, have accepted the Nations call to get involved, and to take the 1994 Peace Initiative, structured by our Nobel Peace Prize winners, Nelson Mandela and F.W. de Klerk, and their colleagues, to the next stage of peace through reconciliation and the development as a Nation.

Through the power of the people, we accept the responsibility of ensuring that our 1994 peace initiative translates into the South Africa that all the Struggle Activists envisioned, while we capitalize on historical development of structures put into place, by all the groups, ensuring that South Africa takes it’s rightful place, as a leader in Africa.

ARM’s driving force is to provide Economic Freedom for all, this will be achieved by a ‘step by step’ relaxing of restrictions, while developing our informal economy, through Ubuntu, into a supplementary economy that will provide growth to the formal economy. ARM will not permit anarchy, while ensuring the ‘transfer of wealth’ through providing the opportunity for those who work, to their share of the countries wealth.

Every South African desires an environment free of Crime, Corruption, and Drugs, and where required, we will modify the constitution according to the peoples wishes, in order to achieve this.

The ‘National Development Plan’ will succeed through the efficient productive ‘Service Delivery’ we will provide, through the principle of employing the ‘best for the job’ irrespective of race, gender, creed, or political persuasion, with a commitment that any ‘cadre deployment’ will be strictly forbidden, in the interests of our people.

Rehabilitation of the Education system, with the emphasis on developing the Township and Rural school’s, supplemented by the re-introduction of Sport, Recreation, and the Arts, in order to achieve the levels of the Model C-School’s, with the strength of the Sports and Arts that produced the stars of the 1980’s.

Our emphasis on Land Reform & re-distribution focuses on creating an environment of co-operation and partnerships between the farmers/landowners and the land claimants/emerging farmers. South African farmers are providing food security in other parts of Africa and the world, we need to address the needs of our country, and ensure that we provide a level ‘playing-field’ for the agriculture sector.

We will rehabilitate the Manufacturing Industry, and develop the unemployed into Entrepreneurs, with structures in place to reduce the participation of labour brokers.

ARM will enter into discussion with the various Afrikaner and other minority groups, seeking to secure self-determination for their people, with the view to providing them, the same opportunity and respect that our other cultural groups have, protecting culture and language of all groups.

South Africa’s progress during the past 20 years, provides ARM with the platform, as Africanists, to move towards the non-Africanist group, with arms extended in the process of ‘washing of spears‘, as we the people, reconcile under the Mantra, “Fires have ripped through our country, damage has been done, we will regenerate our people, as we regenerate our country, without asking who lit the match”.

04-14-2013 05:48 AM
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