Dear Mr. Fulford:
I have not contacted you for a long time, as I know you are very busy. I am writing this letter to ask you to highlight to the world that the government of South Africa is desperately planning to eliminate me.
They will either hire people to eliminate me or they will use their court system to trap me in order to have me being killed in their jails. My only crime is that I have been petitioning, in the form of letters, for them to share the land on a fair basis.
This is not a democratic country that allows free speech, although they claim that they do. I have received a mandate from the Tribal Council and it was agreed that I am appointed as Postmaster General in order to help to free our people from this slavery system. This has now created a situation that I became an enemy of the state. There are other activists as well, and some of them are busy taking the government to court. Please, we need the international community to petition this government to share the land on an ethical basis and to stop their harassment of us as liberation fighters.
In the Name of Freedom,
Rest assured that the world is watching the situation, Mr. Horne.