BLF’s crowdfund shut down: “White capital showed us its power.”

BLF’s crowdfund shut down: “White capital showed us its power.”

- Black First Land First's crowdfunding campaign was shut down and the party says the Oppenheimer family is to blame

- BLF was involved in an altercation with the family and they say that's why their campaign was shut down

- The party says they saw the power of white capital

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The Black First Land First crowdfund campaign has been shut down and they blame white capital and the Oppenheimers for it.

BackABuddy decided to stop accepting political campaigns altogether after they removed the BLF campaign on Friday.

Anyone who wants to donate money to the BLF will have to contact them directly, according to a report by The Citizen.

The BLF wanted to raise the R600 000 they need to enter into the 2019 elections.

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BLF promised the campaign will be raising money for other projects as well, like building houses and upgrading schools.

According to the political party, their funding campaign was shut down because of the Oppenheimers.

A few days ago, Briefly reported that members of BLF were forcefully removed from a Home Affairs meeting after causing a chaotic disruption.

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The members were shouting that Fireblade Aviation should be shut down before surrounding Nicky Oppenheimer and his son, Jonathan. One of the BLF members apparently manhandled Nicky before he was removed from the room.

BLF insists their funding were shut down because of this incident. They say: “white capital showed us its power”.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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