Friday, August 29, 2008
POWER HUNGRY ANC RADICALS REFUSE TO LET GO OF THEIR OLD WAYS
IT DOES NOT SUPRISE ANY WHITE PERSON IN N.S.A ANYMORE. FOR YEARS THEY HAVE WARNED THE WORLD THAT THE SCRUPULOUS ANC ARE A CONGLOMERATION OF BANDITS, THIEVES, MURDERERS AND CORRUPT LOW INTELLECTUALS THAT- ONCE IN POWER- WILL NOT HAND OVER THAT POWER TO ANYBODY ELSE. THEY WILL- IN THE EVENT OF A LOST ELECTION- RETURN TO THEIR "ROOTS"- AND START TO MURDER ALL OPPOSITION LEADERS- AND TRY TO MAKE THE COUNTRY UN-GOVERNABLE.
WHEN WILL THE STUPID NAIVE LIBERALS EVER GET IT IN THEIR SICK RETARTED PEA BRAINS THAT NO AFRICAN CAN BE TRUSTED- AND THAT THEY WERE BORN FROM A BAD GENE POOL- ONE THAT HAVE A UNPARRALELLED DESTRUCTIVE FORCE IN IT'S DNA STRAND?
The ANC has launched an intensive campaign to save Jacob Zuma from prosecution - admitting that it will use every weapon in its arsenal to have the charges against its president dropped.
On Tuesday, just a week before KwaZulu-Natal Judge Chris Nicholson rules on whether the Scorpions' case against Zuma should proceed, the ANC's highest decision-making body, its national working committee, announced an all-encompassing strategy to ensure that Zuma stays out of court, regardless of the ruling.
Party secretary-general Gwede Mantashe told the Cape Argus on Wednesday morning that this would involve mobilising support across the country - not just from ANC supporters, but using the media to try to generate overwhelming public support for the charges to be dropped.
The NWC's formal statement reads: "(The Zuma matter) has become deeply politicised, with South Africans being asked to take sides. It is (our) view that it is time to address these divisions and work towards a national consensus."
Mantashe explained that the party viewed the pending charges against Zuma in a similar light to the fight against apartheid.
He said apartheid had been resolved through dialogue and the ANC wanted the charges against Zuma to be similarly resolved.
He did not say how any such support would translate into the charges being dropped, saying only: "Through public dialogue and debates by civil society this matter can be settled amicably.
"This initiative will have to be driven by the public, with the ANC being participants."
Critics accuse the ANC of subverting fundamental bastions of democracy, such as the judiciary and the principle of the rule of law. But Mantashe said: "We are of the view that, through dialogue, we will arrive at a solution that will not be seen to be undermining state institutions.
'You do not solve the problem of a flat tyre by deflating all the other tyres'
"We have done it before: when we were negotiating a democratic government, in 1990, we arrived at a sufficient consensus that enabled us to have democracy."
Presenting a case for the disbandment of the beleaguered crime-fighting team, the Directorate of Special Operations (the Scorpions) on Tuesday, the KwaZulu-Natal SACP - also vocal in its support for Zuma - told MPs that the DSO was conducting a "double investigation" against the ANC leader by pursuing both the "political and criminal" angles in the case.
The SACP claimed that the "rot has gone so deep" in the DSO "that no amount of administrative or procedural tinkering" could change anything.
But DA Mpumalanga youth leader Stanley Zondi told MPs that "you do not solve the problem of a flat tyre by deflating all the other tyres". - Additional reporting by Political Bureau
Political rhetoric or real warning?
4 August 2008, 06:42
By Deon de Lange
No Zuma, no country. That's a chilling warning issued on Sunday to the rest of the country by the Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans' Association (MKMVA).
The threat came on the eve of Zuma's appearance in the Pietermaritzburg high court on Monday, where his legal team is to ask for their client's prosecution on fraud, corruption, money-laundering and tax-evasion charges to be dropped.
The MKMVA made it clear that a legal defeat for ANC president Jacob Zuma "will not be tolerated".
"We want to make this message very clear. We are not going to allow this country - or any other country - to destroy the ANC or its leader, comrade Jacob Zuma. We are going to make sure that Zuma becomes the next president of this country, no matter what. No Zuma, no country," the organisation's deputy national secretary, Ramatuku Maphutha, told Independent Newspapers on Sunday.
Maphutha said "platoons of MK soldiers" - who he said would number over 1 000 - would be "deployed" across the country, including Pietermaritzburg, to send a clear signal of support for Zuma and "to make sure the judge does not make an arrogant decision".
He said though the "soldiers" would not be carrying conventional weapons, they would be armed with their "military politics".
He said some of the "soldiers" would be identifiable by their MKMVA affiliation badges, but others would be "in the trenches awaiting orders" and would be ready to "challenge the system" if called upon to do so.
He did not say what such a "challenge" would entail.
After years of relative obscurity, the MKMVA has risen to some prominence on the back of their outspoken support for Zuma in the run-up to the ANC's watershed Polokwane conference.
On Friday the organisation announced that it would be collecting one million signatures to hand over to the National Prosecuting Authority to signal the "public outcry" over Zuma's prosecution.
But the latest threat is reminiscent of the notoriously violent role that veterans of Zimbabwe's liberation struggle have played in contemporary politics in that country.
The so-called Zanu-PF war veterans have become something of a second army for Robert Mugabe, who has unleashed this non-statutory force on those who oppose him or his controversial land reform policies.
Maphutha also waded in on the latest corruption allegations contained in weekend newspaper reports.
He questioned the timing of the Sunday Times allegation that Zuma received R2-million of a R30-million kick-back allegedly paid to President Thabo Mbeki by the German shipbuilding company that won the contract to supply submarines worth more than R6-billion to the SA Navy.
"They (the Sunday Times) should not be bringing this stuff and making these allegations now. It is aimed at discrediting the ANC president as he goes to court," he said.
Asked if he thought the allegations should at least be investigated, Maphutha said: "No. Why? This thing has been done by the enemies of Zuma.
"They (the allegations) should just be dismissed. We cannot allow it."
The ANC Youth League (ANCYL) also ratcheted up its rhetoric ahead of Zuma's appearance, slamming his prosecution as a "grave political injustice" and saying "no stone must be left unturned in his defence".
The league on Sunday also repeated its demand for Mbeki to be recalled by the ANC and for early elections to be held in South Africa.
This position was this weekend officially adopted at the first meeting of the league's new national executive committee, which was elected at its second conference last month.
This, after the first conference in Bloemfontein was abandoned when the conference deteriorated into a water-bottle missile fight infamously characterised by the display of naked buttocks and mock coffins as various camps openly ridiculed and humiliated opposing candidates.
The new leadership, which includes eight newly-elected members of the national working committee (NWC), re-affirmed its support for Zuma, insisting that he "will be the face of the ANC election campaign" and that he "will become the country's next president".
"(The NEC) expressed its utter distaste at the continued manipulation of important institutions of our democracy by individuals who are determined to advance their agenda, which seeks to destroy the ANC president and the ANC itself," the league said in a statement.
Newly-elected league spokesperson, Maropene Ntuli - who is also mayor of Siyanda District Municipality - said the league "remains confident that justice will prevail and our courts will rise above partisan political agendas in dealing with the (Zuma) matter".
The league called on its members to join pickets outside the Pietermaritzburg high court or the courts in their respective provinces to demonstrate their support for Zuma "in these trying times".
* This article was originally published on page 1 of The Pretoria News on August 04, 2008
More trouble for Malema?
14/07/2008 22:19 - (SA)
Johannesburg - The Democratic Alliance is asking the SA Human Rights Commission to investigate a reported statement by ANC Youth League president Julius Malema on the "elimination" of the DA.
"In the context of Mr Malema's previous exhortation for people to 'kill in support of Jacob Zuma', it is not unreasonable to assume that Malema is calling for the killing of members of the DA or those who are earnestly working in our judicial institutions to ensure that justice is dispensed without fear of favour," said DA parliamentary caucus leader Sandra Botha on Monday.
"Malema may have adjusted his vocabulary, but his intentions clearly remain the same."
Botha said the DA wrote to the SAHRC on the matter on Monday.
In a speech prepared for delivery at a funeral on Sunday, Malema said that as the country prepares for the 2009 general elections, questions need to be asked in relation to how service delivery can be accelerated, and poverty halved by 2014.
He said this could only have meaning if "we rise above our petty differences and work together in building a South Africa we can all be proud of.
"We must also intensify the struggle to eliminate the remnants of counter-revolution, which include the DA and a loose coalition of those who want to use state power to block the ANC president's ascendancy to the highest office of the land."
The DA said that given the high levels of violence prevalent in South Africa and the country's history of intolerance, "such comments are not only reckless in the extreme, they constitute a clear and present danger to our constitutional order".
Botha said Malema's comments would create a "climate of intolerance and an acceptance of violence" to further political ends.
The party believed it important that the SAHRC clamps down on similar statements made in the future.
More synonyms for kill
By Malema's assurance that he will never use the word "kill" again in public, the DA believed the SAHRC had created the space for Malema to undermine democracy.
"If the HRC fails to take swift action against Malema now, then it is likely that we will see Malema merely finding more synonyms for the word "kill" in future statements."
During a Youth Day rally in Thaba Nchu in the Free State in June, Malema said: "We are prepared to take up arms and kill for Zuma."
He said the word "kill" was meant to demonstrate love and passion for Zuma.
A week later Congress of SA Trade Unions secretary general Zwelinzima Vavi said: "So yes, because Jacob Zuma is one of us, and he is one of our leaders, for him, we are prepared to lay our lives and to shoot and kill."
Monday is the deadline the SAHRC set for Vavi to apologise.
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All whites has to be erradicated from all levels in the country, whether it is financially, schooling, sports, work- you call it- whites are eliminated and excluded by force. The ANC has their "Diplomatic" terms for it- Affirmative action, BEE, Quotas, Equity acts, Land Distribution, etc, etc- but their bottom goal is to clean Africa from whites! Hundreds of aliens are welcome to work, stay- and vote in SA- so long they do not appear in their WHITE pajamas- otherwise- they are free to enter and get all the royalties SA can offer. White citizens in SA can only get ONE royalty the regime has to offer: The royalty of leaving SA!
Uncanny -isn't it: The ANC- mostly aliens themselves- are now alienating true SA citizens- and claiming the country belongs to THEM ( Sounds very much parasitic to me)
This Blog also want to show the world what type and caliber our so-called "government" really are- the thievery, banality, corruption, denails, communism, witch hunts, racism, hate speeches agains whites, "don't care" attitudes, gravy train riding, cliques , lavish money spending, exauburant salaries and many more attrocities under the banner of "Democracy."
Never in the history of this country- was there such an esculation of crime, corruption and "high profile"-if you can attach that term- arrests as when this corrupt regime took over.
Since the ANC international supported hi-jack of SA- everything falls apart- and are in shambles: The Defence Force, Education, Medical sector, Police Force, City Councels, Airports, Borders...and about everything that is being run by an ANC deligate. Now the ONE unit that actually made a success- The Scorpions- are to be dismantled because too many ANC "comrades" are caught for corruption- and sent to jail, where they belong. Zuma and his corruption with Shabir Sheik- after he just-just missed jail for rape, and Mbeki and the top clique for having a couple of front companies where millions of rands are swooping through.
We also remembered the Scorpions zeroing-in on other top criminals like Jackie Selebe (So-Called Police Commisioner), The Parliamentary Flygate bunch, Crooked Toni Yengeni (M.E.C), Mantho Tshabalala Msimang and her ex-Botswana corruption history when she ran away, Pnuel Maduna and the millions of litres of oil he sold and deposit the takings in ANC accounts, Nkosana Zuma and the cool 50 million donated for AIDS she squandered, The Vice president and her 40 thousand she spent on a luxury holiday from taxpayer's funds and so-on and so-on. The list just keep on growing. NOW you know why the elite unit HAS to be stopped- otherwise SA will sit without a government by the end of 2008...all back in jail where most came from!! We will not even go down in history as far as '94 when other criminal ANC "high-ups" like Winnie "Necklace" Mandella and her "soccer team" rattled the ANC beloved liberal world with the Stompie Sepei murder- one she did not even go to jail for- and her thousands of rands of debt!
We do not even talk of Mr. Robert McBride of the Mangoo's Bar bomb slaugter- who was found guilty- sat 3 wonderful years in prison, became Mbeki's attache in Chille- and now SECURITY CHIEF- again in court for "Marxist" tipe of rule in the councel, corruption- and drunk while driving. One of these days there will be more ANC top-hats in jail that common criminals!! Now the Scorpions are dismantled for doing their job too good- instead of the whole ANC parliament being fired!!!
Currently- SA is being run by Lethuli house, The millions of unions, the Communist Party, thousands of ANC affiliated "Groups & Leagues- and the top ANC clique.
SA has three unconditional laws since the ANC took hold of our system:
1. IF IT MOVES- KILL IT-
2. IF IT LIES MOTIONLESS- RAPE IT-
3. IF IT DOES NONE OF THE ABOVE- STEAL IT.
Thus the reason why capital punishment was abolished by the ruling regime- they were too scared that should the death penalty stay- most of their comrades would've been wiped out- it is a natural common way of life in Africa. If something stands in your way of progress- be a natural warrior- and kill it. Young Africans are taught to rape virgins to cure themselves from aids. You can't steal- you just take what you want/need. Nothing wrong in participating in the above three catogories, because all blacks have "Ubuntu"(Goodness) in them- so- you have no evil in you.(That is reserved for whites.)
We hope that those 'Free the ANC" liberal movements and past as well as current donators will open their eyes to the horrible reality in S.A- not only are S.A whites slaughered- but also white tourists from YOUR countries. Please wake-up- and stop your donations to this ruling racist regime.
If you are still unsure of the situation- please do what you are so good at: Send in the camera troops unnoticed for- say 3 weeks (Just tell them to hold on tight to their cameras, equipment and cellphones)....and see for yourself the deterrioration of a country that once was a leader in many technologies. You murdered our country for your own personal gain- so, if you have any concious left- stop this bullying non-functional government now! Remember- this is not SA anymore....THIS IS NOW GANGLAND, and we are ruled by the norm of this new system- Crime, corruption, murder, rape....and o- I forgot- GOVERNMENT DENAIL AT ALL TIMES!
NOW- LET US INTRODUCE A SHORT BACKGROUND OF YOUR ELECTED "DEMOCRATIC" ANC "GOUVERNMENT" YOU SO NEATLY SCREAMED FOR........
End of an Era
The first-hand testimony by former combatants of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) about the cruel ANC prison regime are an event in South African history. Never before has such concentrated factual evidence been presented about the inner nature of the ANC and its eminence grise, the South African Communist Party.
- If people wish to understand the current operation of the ANC/SACP, they must look here:
The ANC/SACP did a very good job in preventing public knowledge of its secret history from emerging. Those who survived the Gulag system of the ANC/SACP did so knowing that to reveal what they had been through meant re-arrest, renewed tortures and in all probability, death. They had to sign a form committing them to silence!
KGB-directed torture chambers led to suicides...
These ex-detainces in Nairobi have revealed that other prisoners, including Leon Madakeni, star of the South African film Wanaka, as well as Nomhlanhla Makhuba and another person known as Mark, committed suicide rather than suffer re-arrest at the hands of their KGB-trained guardians. Madakeni drove a tractor up a steep incline in Angola, put it into neutral and died as it somersaulted down the hill ...
- The ex-guerrillas in Nairobi displayed immense courage in speaking out publicly - their courage might have contributed to secure the lives of eight colleagues who had fled Tanzania through Malawi hoping to reach South Africa on the principle that better a South African jail than the ANC 'security.'
- This group, including two leaders of the mutiny in the ANC camps in Angola in 1984, arrived in South Africa in April, were immediately detained at Jan Smuts Airport by the security police for interrogation, and then released three weeks later.
- The day after their release they gave a press conference in Johannesburg, confirming the account of the mutiny published on this page.
This regimen of terror, extending beyond the gates of the ANC/SACP `Buchenwald' of Quadro, was a necessary element in the total practice of repression and deception which made the Anti-Apartheid Movement the most successful Popular Front lobby for Stalinism anywhere in the world.
- No international Stalinist-run public organization has ever had such an influence and shown such stability, reaching into so many major countries, for so long
- Vital to its success has been a practice of open and covert censorship The ANC's prisoners were its necessary sacrificial-victims.
The KGB in Africa
The prison system to which they were subject goes back to the late 1960s. It was the successor and the complement to the prison system on which blacks in South Africa are weaned with their mothers' milk.
- In 1969 one of the editors of this journal met two South Africans in London who said they had fought in the first MK guerrilla operation in mid-1967 - a disastrous fiasco across the Zambezi River into the Wankie area of Rhodesia, along with guerrillas from the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU), then led by James Chikerema.
- (The ZAPU president, Joshua Nkomo, was in detention).
- The two men described how they had eventually succeeded in escaping from Rhodesia, and how their criticism of the operation had led to their imprisonment in an ANC camp in Tanzania.
- An article on the theme appeared the same year in the British radical newspaper Black Dwarf then edited by Tariq Ali.
The revelations by the Nairobi five indicate how little has changed. In his book on black politics in South Africa since 1945, Tom Lodge, (Black politics in South Africa Since 1945, Ravan, 1987), writes:
In 1968 a batch of Umkhonto defectors from camps in Tanzania sought asylum in Kenya, alleging that there was widespread dissatisfaction within the camps. They accused their commanders of extravagant living and ethnic favouritism. The first Rhodesian mission, they alleged, was a suicide mission to eliminate dissenters. In political discussions no challenge to a pro-Soviet position was allowed (p300).
- From 1968 to 1990, nothing basic altered in the ANC's internal regime in the camps, except that in the high noon of the Brezhnev era it operated para-statal powers under civil war conditions in Angola, where a large Cuban and Soviet presence permitted the ANC security apparatus to 'bestride the narrow world like a Colossus.'
From the account of the ex-mutineers, ANC administrative bodies ruled over its elected bodies, the security department ruled over the administrative organs, and KGB-trained officials - no doubt members of the SACP - ruled over the security apparatus.
- Umkhonto we Sizwe functioned as an extension in Africa of the KGB.
- Its role in the civil war in Angola was to serve primarily as a surrogate to Soviet foreign policy interests, so that when the ANC rebels proposed that their fight be diverted to South Africa this counted as unpardonable cheek, to be ruthlessly punished.
- Over its own members, the ANC security apparatus ruled with all the arrogance of a totalitarian power.
There is a direct line of connection between the ANC reign of terror in its prisons - which a UN High Commission for Refugees official described as more frightening than Swapo prisons - and the 'necklace' killings exercised by ANC supporters within South Africa, especially during the period of the 1984-86 township revolt, but now once again revived against oppositional groupings such as Azapo.
- (The ANC's' necklace' politics was also a definite contributory element provoking the carnage in Natal). Two former ANC prisoners, Similo Boltina and his wife Nosisana, were in fact necklaced on their return to South Africa in 1986, after having been repatriated by the Red Cross (letter from Bandile Ketelo, 9 April 1990).
- When leaders of the Mass Democratic Movement publicly expressed their 'outrage’ at Winnic Mandela's 'obvious complicity’ in the abduction and assault on 14 year-old Stompie Mocketsi Seipe, leading to his murder, this was in response to very widespread and very well-founded revulsion among Soweto residents - especially ANC supporters such as members of the Federation of Transvaal Women (Fetraw).
- They were enraged by the jackboot politics of the so-called Mandela United Football Team, whose 'coach` - to the satisfaction of Fetraw members - has been convicted of Stompie's murder.
- This squad of thugs, based in Mrs Mandela’s house, acted within Soweto in the same way that the ANC/SACP security acted abroad, in Angola, Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique, Ethiopia and Uganda.
The welcome of Captain Dirk Coetzee, head of the regime's assassination squad, into the arms of the ANC is an indication of the future course of development, as is the decision by the new Swapo government in Namibia to appoint a number of top South African security policemen, including the former chief of police in the Ovambo region, Derek Brune, to head its secret organs of coercion.
The South African prison system was replicated in the ANC prisons even into everyday terminology, above all at Quadro. This is a name that requires to become common currency in political discourse: it is the Portuguese for `No.4' the name used throughout South Africa for the notorious black section of the prison at the Fort.
Sneers by warders at soft conditions in 'Five Star Hotels', the common description of punishment cells as 'kulukudu' and the whole atmosphere of brutal crassness is quintessentially South African, spiced with the added sadism of the Gulag. The ANC prison system combined the worst of South African and of Russian conditions fused together, and it is this new social type - as a refinement and augmentation of each - that is now offered to the people of South Africa as the symbol of freedom.
Read the entire terrifying tale here:
READ one of the original ANC reports on:
KwaMashu, still my home"-- Hate-speech movie against Asians and Whites features ANC-leader Zuma:
April 7 2008 - By Adriana Stuijt. The following You-Tube film extract is from an upcoming documentary KWA MASHU: STILL MY HOME, directed by the African-American anti-slavery filmmaker Owen 'Alik Shahadah.
It was produced by the South African business K-CAP and UK business Halaqah Films together with the African Holocaust Society.
Owen 'Alik Shahadah, who refers to South Africa as "Azania", is actively engaged in spreading hate-speech among blacks with his films, targetting Asians and whites in South Africa, grotesquely even claiming that "South Africa is under majority-European and Asian control'...
"South Africa is under majority-European and Asian control... across the board there is always a white face holding senior rank, might it be Zulu lodges, private game reserves, tour operators, hoteliers, all exclusively non-African. And to add to this the Africans employed do not hold any managerial positions...
"On any given day in Durban it is possible to see large exclusive congregation of Asians around central social business spots like restaurants. A brief tour of Durban shows a stark monopoly of supermarket ownership, restaurants, practically everything that is worth owning. Even the small one-man street vendor trades are dominated by them. And now with the “death” of Apartheid the European and Asian business are venturing into the townships, the heart of the African community, and setting-up large business...
He is an avid supporter of Jacob Zuma, new leader of the African National Congress ruling party, and who is widely seen as the future new president of S.Africa.
March 16 2008 - The black residents association of this state-owned apartment building in Mafikeng who posted this sign still insist that 'they aren't racists - they just don't want any whites to buy into the building...'
Read the entire sad tale here:
Senior ANC MP makes death-threat gesture to white MP
The woman in this picture is the ruling ANC party's parliamentarian Winkie Direko, caught in the act of making an offensive death-threat gesture to the Democratic Alliance MP Dianne Kohler-Barnard in the SA parliament. Winkie is the former premier of the Free State. The parliament was in session at the time.
March 5 2008 - CAPE TOWN. The Democratic Alliance opposition party has laid a charge against Winkie Direko, the former premier of the Free State, after the ANC-MP made an very offensive death-threat gesture at DA MP Dianne Kohler-Barnard during a sitting of parliament.
Direko drew her finger across her throat (see pictures above) when Kohler Barnard was asking questions of Safety & Security minister Charles Nkakula relating to the dissolution of the Scorpions police unit.
Ian Davidson of the DA commented that Direko’s shocking gesture served to heighten racial tension and promoted hatred and anti-White violence which was already wide-spread in South Africa.