What Is The Truth?
President Botha: My enclosed statement to you with so many attachments is this detailed
because of the broader circumstances applying to the registered letter i want to send
Archbishop Desmond Tutu next week. Both he and hostage in Lebanon Terry Waite are authorities
of the Anglican Christian Church.
I included statements to Mr. Waite and Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Robert Runcie, along with
copies of my 1986 statements to Desmond Tutu, in my December, 1986 registered letter to the
Most Reverend M.G. Peers, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Because Terry Waite remains one of about 20 innocent hostages held in Lebanon and i possibly
remain able to secure their freedom--for reasons indicated briefly in my statement here to
you--an honest chronology and explanation of all aspects of my "International Diplomatic
Work...on a direct basis"--with substantiation--appears essential for this purpose.
As i actually state on page 7. of my statement to you, "my work in relation to South Africa
begun in 1978 was not the be all, end all" of the overall work and goals then and since.
Accordingly, in order to respond to equally important or greater concerns" than how the South
Africa regime may choose to respond to receipt of so detailed an exposition as this, i send
this to you with this advisement for caution by you.
LIST OF CONTENTS FOR THE DECEMBER 16, 1987 SUBMISSION TO PIETER W. BOTHA/TERM OF REFERENCE 2) OF JULY 5, 1988 SUBMISSION TO THEN-U.S. PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN:
1) thirteen-page statement to PRESIDENT OF SOUTH AFRICA Pieter W. Botha, dated Christmas,
1987; with copies of these accompanying terms of reference:
a) 29 August 1986 letter from "Desmond Johannesburg",
b) November 12, 1987 letter from the Honourable Ms. Pat Carney,
c) December 3, 1984 New York Times article, "Dispute Snarls Project For Democracy Abroad",
d) July 5, 1985 letter from "The North-South Institute",
e) 4th March 1986 letter from "Southern Africa Action Coalition",
f) October 20, 1986 Newsweek article by (the late) Bayard Rustin titled, "Our Next Step
in South Africa",
g) page containing copies of December 27, 1986 Globe and Mail article, "Tutu urges U.S.
to help Pretoria scrap apartheid",
h) February 12, 1982 letter from (former) Toronto Sun Editor-in-chief Peter Worthington,
i) October 27, 1986 letter from British Columbia Premier William N. Vander Zalm,
j) page containing copies of December 2, 1987 Globe and Mail articles, "Stock market
probe focuses on portfolio insurance", and, "African leaders propose delay in debt
payments", and November 18, 1987 (Vancouver) Province article, "'Betrayed Africa'"
k) January 10, 1986 letter from Office of New Democratic Party of Canada Leader Ed
l) July 31, 1986 letter from the Honourable Ms. Pat Carney,
m) September 18, 1986 letter from the Honourable Ms. Pat Carney,
n) October 3, 1986 letter from Office of Liberal Party of Canada Leader John N. Turner,
o) October 6, 1986 letter from Vancouver-Kingsway M.P. Ian Waddell,
p) October 21, 1986 letter from the Right Honourable John N. Turner,
q) November 14, 1986 letter from Office of British Columbia Premier William N.
r) January 26, 1987 letter from John Turner's Office,
s) November 21, 1984 letter from Office of Prime Minister of Canada Brian Mulroney,
t) May 27, 1987 Globe and Mail article, "S. African radio urges Tutu to negotiate
political future", and
u) copy of "Hunger" by Gordon C. Wong.
2) copy of Christmas, 1987 letter to Capetown Anglican Christian Archbishop Desmond Tutu;
with List of Contents for enclosures attached to face.
3) copy of excerpt from "Biko", chapter titled, "The Rise of Black Consciousness",
by Donald Woods--copyright 1978 by Donald Woods.1
4) copy of May 10, 1986 statement to Norman Webster of Globe and Mail; with List of Contents
for attachments included.
5) copy of June 20, 1986 statement to (former) South African Ambassador to Canada Glenn Babb;
with List of Contents for attachments included.
6) copy of "AUTHOR'S INTRODUCTION" to "DEMOCRATIC VALUES Watergate Under the Bridge",
by Gordon C. Wong; with attached copy of "Foreword" to Alice Felt Tyler's "Freedom's Ferment"--copyright
1944 by University of Minnesota.
1-THERE IS A DESCRIPTION OF MY MAY 26, 1988 MEETING WITH DONALD WOODS IN WHAT YOU FIND IF YOU TAKE A BRIEF SIDESTEP HERE.
TAKE YOUR NEXT FOOTSTEP HERE.