28 Juni 2019 | Leserpost
Offener Brief an Geingob
Aktivisten geben Lubowskis Witwe Recht
Given that Mr Geingob and his associates refused to answer to Ms Lubowski, she was justified to assume that they had something to do with his death. It is against cultural norms of society to deny a victim such as Ms Lubowski to vent her grief and frustration against whoever she perceives to be accountable and, in particular, who has the power to allay her assumptions and presumptions. We find it particularly distasteful that Mr Geingob plays the aggrieved party. This is utter cynicism.
The Committee of Parents have an interest in this matter - both historically and judicially - not to allow Mr Geingob to go scot-free and even go away with a false victory by bullying a retraction and even an apology from Ms Lubowski. It is our experience that Mr Geingob and his co-leaders have no accountability to any degree. They are totally and absolutely unaccountable. Our concern is that the unaccountability displayed in the Lubowski case runs through their mass murder of Namibians in exile in Angola and Zambia and now the killing of a young Zimbabwean taxi driver.
We note that Mr Geingob treats this as a personal issue. This is a serious matter of lawlessness in which an aggrieved person is treated with disregard, discourteously and contemptuously while the Constitution requires the State to treat a person with respect and courtesy as a fundamental right. It further confirms that the regime will not take responsibility for anything. Mr Geingob threatens Ms Lubowski with a court which he (and his predecessors) has created as an extension of himself as a legal miscreant.
Even if Ms Lubowski in her grief is forced into submission, we state it clearly that Mr Geingob is accountable for the death of Anton Lubowski.
Chairperson - The Committee of parents & The Truth and Justice Committee