BLF websites temporarily shut down, leader blames white monopoly capital

BLF websites temporarily shut down, leader blames white monopoly capital

It seems whenever something goes wrong, or Andile Mngxitama doesn't agree with something, white monopoly capital is to blame. This was the case yet again, when the Black First Land First's websites were temporarily shut down.

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Mngxitama has placed the blame square at the feet of white minority capital.

According to a tweet by the controversial BLF leader, he believes the websites were shut down down in an apparent plot against the BLF.

He blamed land thieves for cyber terrorism attacks.

He believes the web pages are down, because he confronted the Oppenheimer family recently.

In his tweet, Mngxitama also said the Oppenheimers are scare he's going to Parliament.

In his post, the BLF leader alleges a team is working on the issue.

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The Citizen reported earlier on Friday that both the BLF's websites are famous for sharing controversial and questionable vIews about land.

Briefly.co.za learned that BLF.org.za and blackopinion.co.za had technical problems.

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In October, Briefly.co.za reported that members of the Black First Land First were ejected from Parliament after they disrupted a meeting of the Home Affairs committee.

One of BLF's members manhandled SA billionaire, Nicky Oppenheimer.

Apparently, members of the party were shouting "shut down Fireblade" and surrounded the Oppenheimers. It appeared that they wanted to get physical with the billionaires.

Nicky and his son, Jonathan, along with executives of Fireblade Aviation, were discussing an old dispute with the Home Affairs minister. The dispute is about the operating of a private terminal at Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport.

BLF leader, Andile Mngxitama, was part of the very vocal disruption. Briefly gathered that security had to remove the BLF members after which the meeting calmly continued.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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