— John Vorster
On 18 June 1976 to parliament after the Soweto riots, as quoted in Down with Afrikaans - Oakes, D. (ed.), 1988. Illustrated history of South Africa – The real story, Reader’s Digest: Cape Town http://www.sahistory.org.za/archive/down-afrikaans-oakes-d-ed1988-illustrated-history-south-africa-%26ndash%3B-real-story-reader%E2%80%99s-digest-, sahistory.org.za
Frases de Balthazar Johannes Vorster
Balthazar Johannes Vorster
Data de nascimento: 13. Dezembro 1915
Data de falecimento: 10. Setembro 1983
Balthazar Johannes Vorster, também conhecido como B.J. Vorster ou John Vorster , foi um político e jurista sul-africano, premiê e presidente do país.
Nasceu em Jamestown, representante da minoria branca africâner , partidário da política de segregação racial, conhecida como apartheid, que em seu governo foi reforçada ainda mais. Levou a cabo detenções e impôs drásticas medidas de segurança contra os negros, como a condenação à prisão perpétua de Nelson Mandela.
Citações Balthazar Johannes Vorster
— John Vorster
„... the policy of separate development can be tested by any unprejudiced person against the requirements of Christianity and morality, and it will be found to meet all those requirements.... for conditions such as those in South Africa there is no other policy[, for without it] you will have chaos and ultimately bring about the downfall of all population groups here in South Africa. South Africa's problems are unique and South Africa has chosen its solution.... we, the Whites, the Coloureds, the Asians and the Bantu, will work out our own solutions here in South Africa.... we instituted the policy of separate development, not because we considered ourselves better than others, not because we considered ourselves richer or more educated than others. We instituted the policy of separate development because we said we were different from others. We prize that otherness and are not prepared to relinquish it.... We have our land and we and we alone will have authority over it. We have our Parliament and in that Parliament we and we alone will be represented; that is why [during] this past session it was my pleasant privilege to... abolish Coloured representation in Parliament; and it has been abolished once and for all.... but one should also put something in its place. That is why the National Party... for the first time [has given] the Coloureds in the Republic a Coloured Persons Representative Council in their own political area [where they] can exercise their political rights in their own way and by their own people. That is morality, that is policy, that is standpoint.... We said you may not attend my university, but we did not leave it at that. We said we shall give you a university of your own. We said you may not attend my school but we said we shall give you a school of your own. That is morality, that is Christianity...“
— John Vorster
John Vorster in his Heilbron speech http://www.sahistory.org.za/archive/extract-speech-made-heilbron-16-august-1968 on 16 August 1968, as quoted in sahistory.org.za