Sunday, December 13, 2015

Zuma must fall

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Thursday, December 10, 2015

World political right swing

Conspiracy or truth?

Support throughout Europe for right wing political parties have risen, due to the refugee situation in these countries, we see the Front National Party in France rising to top in the poles, we see Donald Trump leading the presidential election in the United States, we see how the people become resistant to political correctness, resistance to the behaviour and terminology of destruction and terrorism. 

We see how the people rebel against the policies protecting the very people that threaten their peaceful existence, the claim of humanity that destroy and limit their own rights. Did the people of Europe draw the line in the playground sand? Does this force the last stand of liberalism in the Western world, the collapse of political correctness and the uprising against the financial stronghold and political sabotage of the controlling rich of this world?

The answers to these questions are not easy, as the hidden agendas of politicians have thickened, the hunger for control and power might have played to many cards without consulting their constituencies, without checking their support, or did they do this with a plan of even more power and destructive control in mind? Did the world turned into an apartheid state, a state with no tolerance and the wish to separate the nations of this world, not by ethnic origins but by race and religion?

Through the thick smoke screen the political agendas is unclear, the rise of the Islamic state pushing so called refugees into Europe, refugees that only consist of fighting fit men without any women in sight. The rise of senseless killings in the name of religion, in the name of weapons of mass destruction and perhaps in the name of world economic control, did this cloud of cover thinned out over Europe allowing the people to see through it? Is that the reason for the up rise against the liberal government, the up rise against the governments that financed terrorism in Africa? 
Once again the questions and answers remain hidden in the thick Islamic war smoke screen, in the deception of a magician, where you can only see the result after the trick has been completed.

The time has arrived where we need to ask the right questions, where we need to seek the real answers. Questions like who will benefit if the world currencies collapse if only one currency remain in existence? Is this only a conspiracy theory or a reality, a reality of total economic control? We see the president of South Africa pushing the rand into the ground, with changes. Is he part of the destruction of world currencies, the destruction of all but one? Did he just forgot to put the smoke screen up first, or was done it out of typical idiotic behaviour.

The questions remaining, will we ever see through this smoke screen, will we ever see the change before it totally absorbed the world, or did the people see through the screen?
With more questions than answers, more confusion, I will keep investigating, keep scratching the ground until I can make conclusions, conclusions not based on reality but on the hidden agendas of this world.

Willie Beetge

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

United against the ANC

This video made during Apartheid of the once powerful SADF show how all races in South Africa was defending our borders.
Once one of the top five defense forces in the world, now third in Africa

this video a must see

ANC is killing South Africa

With the ANC BEE Black Economic Empowerment Krygkor one of the best weapon factories in the world had to close due to the replacement of white expert engineers with black inexperience people. The ANC did not allow a slow transformation a transformation of training. thousand of black employees lost their jobs due to this, This was not isolated many South African factories had to close leaving the ANC as the culprits of the huge unemployment in South Africa.

What happened to all this weapons, and the expert defense force members?
Is that why transformation is so slow?

Just asking

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Bloody hands in the name of peace

 From Terrorist to hero, 

The Amanzimtoti bomb blast on 23 December 1985 that claim 5 lives and leave 40 people injured is still a event that the people in Amanzimtoti will never forget, survivors of the bomb and family members of those killed by the limpet mine planted by Andrew Zondo now have to drive down the main road called after the bomber. Did this set the president that the government do not care for the people of the new rainbow nation? Did this set the president that murder of innocent women and children are an heroic act if it is done within the framework of the ANC government? And then the most important question, How can a government who were prepared to kill women and children condemn any uprising against them?
If this brutal murders are worthy of a street name, where is the street names called after police men that killed people in the Marikana incident?

Shocking images of the senseless act, as a little girl is carried from the bomb site 

 Church street Pretoria bomb

and now

The farm murders

Is these murders and terror attacks linked, did Nelson Mandela also gave his blessing for these senseless murders. Can these farmers retaliate by planting bombs to fight for their freedom?
Will they be the new freedom fighters, the new street names in our towns?

How many blacks died under Apartheid?

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How many blacks died under Apartheid?

This black journalist tell it as it is

By Vusile Tshabalala, journalist
August 2001-- At the start of the year 1900, the number of African South Africans was found to be 3,5-million according to the British colonial government census. By 1954, our African population had soared to 8,5-million -- and by 1990, there were a full 35-million of us -- all carefully managed, closely policed, counted, shunted around in homelands and townships -- and all of us chafing and griping under the suppressive yoke of the Afrikaner Broederbond's rigid racial segregation system.
During apartheid, our population grew apace however because we also had the benefit of the Broers' medical knowledge and their excellent agricultural skills.
Our population growth and our average life expectancy in fact showed us Africans in South Africa to be in better than average health when compared to other Africans on the rest of the continent: in the decades prior to the official policy of apartheid,(which was started in 1948), the average life expectancy of African South Africans was only 38 years.
However, during the last decade of the apartheid era from 1948 to 1994, our average life expectancy had risen to 64 years -- on a par with Europe's average life expectancy. Moreover, our infant death rates had by then also been reduced from 174 to 55 infant deaths per thousand, higher than Europe's, but considerably lower than the rest of the African continent's.
And the African population in South Africa had by then also increased by 50% percent.(source: "a crime against humanity: analysing repression of the Apartheid State", by Max Coleman of the Human Rights Committee).


Max Coleman's authoritative book analyses all deaths due to political violence from 1948 to 1994 in South Africa and Namibia.
According to the HRC statistics, 21,000 people died in political violence in South Africa during apartheid - of whom 14,000 people died during the six-year transition process from 1990 to 1994. The book lists the number of incidents, dates, and those involved.
This includes SA Defence Force actions, for instance the 600 deaths at Kassinga in Angola during the war in 1978.
Of those deaths, the vast majority, 92%, have been primarily due to Africans killing Africans -- such as the inter-tribal battles for territory: this book's detailed analyses of the period June 1990 to July 1993 indicates a total of 8580 (92%) of the 9,325 violent deaths during the period June 1990 to July 1993 were caused by Africans killing Africans, or as the news media often calls it, "Black on Black" violence - hostel killings, Inkatha Freedom Party versus ANC killlings, and taxi and turf war violence.
The activities of the Civil Cooperation Bureau as outlined by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, were also included in these figures.
The security forces caused 518 deaths (5.6%) throughout this period.
And again, during the transitional period, the primary causes of deaths were not security forces nor white right-wing violence against blacks, but mainly due to "black-on-black necklace murders", tribal conflict between the ANC-IFP, bombs by the ANC and PAC's military wings in shopping centers, landmines on farm roads, etc.


The present Aids-HIV epidemic -- against which the Mbeki-regime undertakes no action and still is publicly failing to properly acknowledge -- the World Health Organisation estimates that more than 6-million African South Africans will be dead within the forthcoming decade. And the Mbeki-led ANC regime, which could have undertaken a huge prevention campaign such as Uganda's a long time ago, has done nothing to stave off this terrible death rate.
SA hospitals "becoming places of death"
In November last year it was being reported in The Star that South African hospitals are becoming places for dying -- instead of healing. In June this year, it was reported that our cemeteries were filling up so rapidly that upright funerals were being contemplated to save space. Still, Aids is not being spoken about at our funerals, and the silence and utterly unscientific public statements about HIV-Aids from Mbeki's continue unabated while our people are dying.
Democratic Alliance spokesman Jack Bloom warned late last year that the 20% rise in deaths over the past four years among patients treated at Johannesburg Hospital could only be blamed on the high crime rate and the very serious decline in patient care. Why is our patient care so poor now, and our crime rate so high? The answer is simple: our public funds are being looted by the ANC hierarchy. And the police seem helpless to stop it.


On July 10, 2001, the SA health department announced that it was going to stop R6,6-million in annual funding to the SA National Tuberculosis Association because of the ongoing looting of its funds and the lavish lifestyles of its (African) executives, who award themselves R400,000 annual salaries and spend R5000 a month on cellphone calls alone... while millions of South African TB patients go untreated and are wasting away of a deadly, but curable disease.
During apartheid, please note that the SANTA executives were seen to be extremely frugal with the governments' funding -- that many thousands of patients were cured annually, and that many doctors and nurses even VOLUNTEERED their services free of charge.
The question is this: "why is this man still CEO of SANTA? Why has he not been fired on the spot?"


And the SA Police reports this month -- access their website's statistics at -- that a total of 174,220 people died violent deaths, from crime-related violence, between 1994 and the year 2000.
So my question is this: "did apartheid ever kill as many Africans as are now being killed by the deliberate neglect and looting of our tax funds by the current, supposedly democratic ANC regime?"

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Monday, December 7, 2015

Max Du Preez dwaal weer in sy drome

Max Du Preez mis die pot weer heeltemal met sy uitlatings en planne om Suid Afrika se problem op te los. 

Dis baie maklik Max ons moet die mense in hierdie foto vat 

en die mense in hierdie swart huis wat deur BEE gebou is en hulle oorreed om in

So 'n woonbuurt in te trek wat jy vir ons gaan bou

Met polisie manne wat na almal kyk

Lees die stuk gerus noukeurig deur, en sien my nederige aanmerkings in rooi

“Max du Preez: Apart woon is apart doen
Deur Max du Preez 05 Desember 2015 00:10

So lank as wat Suid-Afrikaners apart van mekaar woon, sal hulle apart van mekaar lewe – en dink, en doen. Dit is die een faset van apart-heid waaraan ons die laaste twee dekades byna niks gedoen het nie.
Dit is baie moeilik om ongelykheid in ’n samelewing te versag, dalk onmoontlik om heeltemal ongedaan te maak sonder om die ekonomie te vernietig.”
In Suid-Afrika is ongelykheid nie net onder die hoogste ter wêreld nie, dit is ook die gevaarlikste foutlyn wat ons toekomstige stabiliteit bedreig.” 
Volgens my beskeie opinie, is dit ‘n wereldwye probleem, ‘n probleem wat niks met rasse diskriminasie te doen het nie, maar wel met ekonomiese klas verskille. En ja Max jy is korrek ons sal die hele ekonomie moet vernietig om dit reg te stel. Dit sal dan lei da tons onder ‘n kommunistiese stelsel almal saam in honger sal kan saam leef
Meer as enige ander nasie het ons boonop die probleem dat ongelykheid ’n sterk ras-element en wortels in ons bittere verlede het.
Terwyl ons na ekonomiese modelle en metodes soek om ekonomiese ongelykheid en armoede te bekamp, behoort ons alle moontlike stappe te doen om die stygende swart en bruin gegriefdheid aan te pak, die afgrond tussen bevolkingsgroepe kleiner te maak en ’n sin van nasionale identiteit te bevorder.
Die eerste Groepsgebiedewet is destyds in 1950 deur die wit parlement aanvaar en het in die daaropvolgende 40 jaar in verskeie gedaantes daarvoor gesorg dat wit, bruin, swart en Indiër weg van mekaar af woon.
Die laaste weergawe van die wet is al in 1991 herroep, maar stads­beplanners oraloor het meestal bloot die ou paradigma bly volg en ons woon vandag nog meestal weg van mekaar – in die meeste gevalle ver weg van mekaar.
Ek het dié week hieraan gedink toe ek deur die Vrystaat gereis het: Die een spierwit dorp ná die ander met ’n township (baie plattelanders praat nog van die “lokasie”) en ’n plakkerskamp ’n ent weg, gewoonlik aan die ander kant van die nasionale pad of die spoorlyn.
Met die vlug terug Kaapstad toe kon ek die strakke residensiële segregasie in die Skiereiland uit die lug beskou en soos ek van die lughawe af huis toe ry, het ek geweet: hiér bly meestal bruin mense, hiér bly meestal swart mense, en hiér is die wit woonbuurte. Wit woonbuurte is nou ook die swartman wat aan BEE voordeel getrek het se woonbuurt Max.
Ek dink die herontwerp en herverbeel van ons stedelike leefruimtes is net so belangrik, dalk belangriker, as grondhervorming wat landbougrond aanspreek.
Sowat ­sewe uit tien Suid-Afrikaners woon in stede en navorsing het gewys dat die meeste van hulle geen belangstelling het om te gaan boer nie, maar beslis onder beter omstandighede in die stede en­ ­dorpe wil bly.
Dit gaan nie net oor nasiebou en menswaardigheid nie, daar is sterk ekonomiese redes waarom ons die praktyk dat armer klasse so ver van die sentrums van ekonomiese aktiwiteit woon, moet verander. Hoeveel stories het jy nie al gehoor van werkers wat vier of vyf uur lank elke dag na en van die werksplek reis nie? Ons het ook gehoor dat die taxi geweldadig opruk as ons hulle kliente wil help, so jy sal sekerlik eers die Taxi sindikate moet verwoes.
Dit gaan ingrypende kopskuiwe, vars idees, heelwat konsultering en ’n ton politieke wil kos om dié probleem aan te pak, maar dit moet dringend gedoen word. Max dit is ‘n goeie droom maar die politieke leiers stel nie belang nie, waar sal Malema nous y seepkussie plaas as al die mense gelukkig saamwoon, waar sal die ANC beloftes onder korrupsie maak as die mense gelukkig is. Jy het ‘n beter kans om die Fryheids Front Plus te kry om dit vir jou te implimenteer, dit is nou as hulle ‘n meerderheid in die parlement bereik het.
Alle stede en dorpe moet dit doen, maar kom ons neem Kaapstad hier as ’n voorbeeld. Die staat wil uiteindelik die 2,5 vierkante kilometer waarop die Pollsmoor­gevangenis gebou is, verkoop, want dié plek is in ’n baie swak toestand. Dit is strategies tussen Tokai en die M3 geleë.
Dan is daar die yslike stuk grond tussen Century City en die woonbuurte Rugby, Brooklyn en Milnerton waarop die Ysterplaat-lugmagbasis nou is. Dit raak aan die oop stukke grond in Culemborg, wat aan Transnet behoort, wat weer raak aan die groot stuk oop grond by Oude Molen, aangrensend aan Pinelands.
Dié eiendomme kan tienduisende gesinne huisves. Die ideaal sou wees om dit só te ontwikkel dat welvarende mense, middelklas-mense en mense in die werkersklas almal ’n tuiste kan vind en in harmonie in dieselfde omgewing kan woon.

Saturday, December 5, 2015

coalition between the DA and EFF

DA   EFF coalition my view

Since the first democratic elections which also became the landmark of the collapse of the South African economy, the Democratic alliance relied on the votes of White South Africans with the no other option theory. 

The fear of a two third majority ANC forced the white South African citizens to vote for the strongest opposition party. This case scenario is however not the case any longer, that after the DA voted their full support for the most discriminative system Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and the redistribution of land from white farmers to the government (ANC) whom will allow previous disadvantage black people to farm these lands. This move aligned them well with policies of the second largest opposition party the EFF (economic freedom fighters), who at this stage is just the more radical version of the DA. This alignment brought the question of a coalition government to the table.

They now have enough common ground to move into a coalition, some of the important differences between the DA and the EFF are their policies on Nationalization or at least so we all hope.
With the EFF preaching economic freedom under Nationalization (communism) and the last time I checked the DA believed in privatization of companies and large state owned enterprises. I will however be careful to announce that this did not change. For the voter the major differences are, with the EFF you know what they stand for whereas with the DA you guess which way they will turn. It is however clear that there is a possibility for a coalition. The question at this stage will be: where does that leave the white and coloured voters of South Africa? The question is relevant especially if you look at the anti-white slogans and statements that Julius Malema from the EFF keep screaming from his soapbox opera, slogans like kill the boer (Afrikaner) and we will take the land by force, all can be constituted as hate speech against the white population of the country. How will the DA handle this?

Possible effects of such a coalition might include the break away from the white and possibly the colour vote from the DA, following parties like the freedom front plus who are fighting all discriminative practices especially for the minority groups in the country. It might include a break away movement from the radical members of the EFF, which might just leave both parties hanging on strings in a coalition to keep them in parliament. Then on the other hand it might remain intact and force the ANC out of their stronghold. Discussions of such a coalition will need to include who will lead the coalition, will they all dress in red overalls or not. And then the biggest discussion will be the economic policies will both follow the communist route or the capitalist route.

I believe such a coalition will swing the balance of parliament leaving no moderate party; this might make the ANC look like a right wing movement, with moderate views. The freedom front plus should gain from such a coalition with mass of white and minority group supporter moving more towards a right capitalist view.

Friday, December 4, 2015

oor ons ewige gebergtes

I hope my my international readers will be able to translate this, I have to write this in Afrikaans

Terwyl donker politieke wolke oor die land versamel en donderblitse van verdriet en moord die volk aantas, ruk ‘n seepkussie heen en weer onder die voete van ‘n verwaande vent. Sy kop is kaal geskeer met ‘n magie wat hom net sou diskwalifiseer  van die dreigemente wat hy oor die ongeskoolde swart massas skree, ‘n skree wat deur die massas teen die berge echo en uitroep  na die blou hemel onder die droee harde Afrika son. Sy rooi beret sit skeef sonder houding op sy kop en die oorgewig sweet rol soos riviere langs sy slape af totdat sy rooi oorpak dit in donker kolle van sy swart nek aflek. Sy voete begin ritmies op die seepkissie spring, terwyl die woorde “kill the boer” oor sy dik Kentucky blink lippe die vrede van die dag versteer, rooi droee stof slaan onder die skare se voete uit as hulle die ritme sonder enige denke na hulle kaal vuil voete deurstuur, die voetstamp dril deur die grond totdat dit klein kraakies langs die ossewaspore in die Drakensberge maak, sy stem en die van die skare weergalm teen die kranse en roep uit na die hemele, en dit is asof hy wag om aandag op hom te vestig.

Hy is deeglik bewus dat die seepkussie onder hom sal wankel en val as die skare ophou skree en sing, hy weet dat die kussie net ‘n tamatie kassie sal word as hy die die onrus sweep nie meer oor die skare kan swaai nie. Hy weet dat sy aksies van die dag oor rooi knetterende braaivleis vure bespreek sal word, dat sy boodskap met kritiserende stemme oor die vure in Afrika sal dawer, dat die stemme se klanke van die vure weg sal dwaal totdat dit deur die donkernag verswelg sal word. Hoe meer hy tart en swets hoe verder sal sy naam oor die vlaktes trek, hoe verder sal sy naam bekendheid verwerf. Hy skree slagspeke van haat in Engels oor die skare wat nie eens ‘n woord verstaan wat hy se nie, want dit is bedoel vir die braaivleisvure van vannag. Die skare skree saam al weet hulle nie eens waaroor dit gaan nie.

Ek voel hoe die frons van my voorkop af verdwyn, hoe my mondhoeke kielie en in ‘n hemelse glimlag verander, ek hoor hoe soete stemme uit die blou van die hemele dawerend oor die berge vou, selfs die seepkus monster draai sy kop na bo, ek hoor hoe die kranse antwoord gee en die lied oor die klein rooibende skare stoot, ek sien hoe my geliefde nasie rys die klank en ritme is so oorweldigend dat selfs die rooi oorpak kniee tot stilstand kom, ek sien hoe hulle monde die woorde vorm wat my geliefdes nou uit vollebors sing. Ek sien hoe die kaalkop mannetjie se maagie skut soos hy woorde oor die dawerende lied probeer skree, selfs die donker sweetkolle onder sy kraag verander in wit salpeter, die seepkusie kraak en tuimel onder sy voete ineen en kom knetterend met ‘n rooi stofwolk teen die Afrika grond tot stilstand.

Ek hoor hoe die woorde oor my stembande dril, hoe die woorde “ons sal lewe ons sal sterwe, ons verjou Suid Afrika” oor my lippe in die lug ontplof.

Uit die blou van onse hemel, uit die diepte van ons see, het ons nasie as een opgestaan en sy plek volgestaan. Dit is dan volbring

Willie Beetge

Thursday, December 3, 2015

ANC mass murder of Black people in the name of liberation

ANC liberate South Africa with mass black murders
The following article by Sipho Masombuka highlight the mass murders of black people, by Nelson Mandela’s ANC military wing.
We are looking forward to the release of this documentary in January, that is if the ANC does not ban it before release

“Afriforum: ANC war was more on blacks
Sipho Masombuka from Sunday times wrote on the | 03 December, 2015 00:19
“Afrikaner interest group AfriForum has raised the ire of the ANC with a film documenting how the party used its armed wing for the brutal and mass murder of members of black rival organisations to emerge as the country's sole liberator

According to the synopsis of the film Tainted Heroes, to be released in January, it follows the "untold" story of how the ANC underwent strategic training in Vietnam to implement the destructive "people's war" strategy against rival organisations such as the PAC, Azapo and Inkatha Freedom party.
"It illuminates how the ANC's armed struggle was more a struggle against black rivals than against the apartheid system," reads the synopsis.
It details how 20000 mostly black South Africans lost their lives by necklacing, torture and assassination in the 1980s.
It features extensive interviews with, among others, former apartheid regime police commissioner General Johan van der Merwe, former uMkhonto we Sizwe chief-of-staff General Sphiwe Nyanda, former chief of the SA Defence Force Constand Viljoen, struggle veteran and former minister of intelligence, Ronnie Kasrils, black consciousness activist and current Azapo deputy president, Strike Thokoane, and former DA leader Tony Leon.
At yesterday's screening of the trailer in Pretoria, Mangosuthu Buthelezi said the ANC saw the IFP as a threat and unleashed its "people's war" on the IFP.
He said that in April 2002 Nelson Mandela said in a recorded interview that he (Buthelezi) was a "target for annihilation by the ANC".
Azapo deputy president Thokoane said not a single white person died by necklacing. Those who died were members of black consciousness movements.
"We never thought we would die at the hands of our brothers so that one organisation could say 'we liberated you'," he said.
ANC spokesman Zizi Kodwa slated the film as a production by "fossils" of apartheid.
"They are remnants, relics of the racist past who cannot change their hatred of the democratic state and the black majority. They want to discredit a struggle against a system that was a crime against humanity," he said.”

Will this documentary ever see the light of day? The answer to this question will highlight the freedom of speech in South Africa

willie beetge gedigte: Dit is my land

willie beetge gedigte: Dit is my land: soos ‘n donder storm oor die kranse gly en blitse donderend oor die vlaktes ry soos ‘n donkerwolk met rante in goud getooi soos ‘n...

press camouflage the real issues

Press camouflage and conspiracy theories

                                                                    the contradictions
We all live in a world with continues racial and class tension, where the crime stats preach of racial division, a world where political correctness and freedom of speech is under pressure not to find the real solutions for this divisions. We see that politicians get suspended for discussing solutions on social media or giving an opinion that is not political correct according to their parties. Are we the generation that will witness the end of freedom of speech, freedom of the press and suppression of all those that dare to find a solution?

We witness the rise of a world with no ethical values, controlled under the new camouflage of media silence, where racial and religious tension is at the order of the day. I see a world where presidents and parliaments live in denial, where public speeches of presidents and political leaders are built on lies, and where the press has become the weapon of mass destruction, where any journalist is prevented of reporting the truth, a world where political journalist like Max Du Preez is forced to write stories build on theories just to have something to publish. And if you dare to tell it as it is you become an extremist, a threat to world safety and security. I see political events where presidents and politicians make press releases of peace while their fighting jets are in the air violating the air space of the very religion that they are protecting in the speech to the press.

A clear example of this is where the ANC remove the commando system protecting the farmers in South Africa, with the result that thousands of farmers are mutilated and murdered. When NGO’s and political minorities ask the government to prioritise these murders, they (the government) deny that the murders are politically driven, and that after they sing “kill the farmer “on political rallies.
Julius Malema leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters currently touring Europe to gain support for his radical view, are making speeches totally in contradiction to the speeches and actions he take at home. His views on Robert Mugabe jump to mind and no official press release on the contradictions. Well I suppose that it is possible that Julius was thinking that no one at home will hear his speeches, as he is so far from home.

Barack Obama praise the Muslims while he declared war on the Islamic state, in the same breath he admit that American taxpayers are funding ISIL, the only question from any media can be found on YouTube and that not from any official media house.

Have the new information age ended under the unethical control of governments across the world, did the time come to mushroom the masses of the world, keeping them in the dark and feed them with well matured compost.

If this is true the world might be doomed under the bright light of shadow forces, does this mean that the conspiracy theories is now the closest to the truth available for the general population? Has racial hate becomes the diversion of attention to enable leader to move undetected to their new world order? Just asking

What happened to old fashion proper investigative journalism?

And then the real question:

What happened to the good ethical leadership in the world?
Is the conspiracy theorist correct if they claim that third forces are at play, that the leaders are only puppets to lead the blind to the slaughter houses? Just asking

Willie Beetge

                                                               Fighting them

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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

reply to Max Du Preez insanity

Reply to Max Du Preez article

See Max I refuse to be politically correct, political correctness or alliance never tell the story as it is.

Max you were obviously busy with some political positioning at the time.
The ANC had no option than to do it peacefully. The Defense force would have surpressed an revolution within a few days, the economic situation of the country was not that bad, that is if you compare it with the situation now. As special forces were awaiting orders, with the ability to go into full scale war with ammunition that could last up to three years. 

While you were writing cover stories hiding behind the skirt of Winnie Mandela we were fully prepared for a possible civil war. Now a few other facts that the skirts of the cadres hide from you. All the leaders of the ANC including you were watched carefully and could have been removed from this earth within 30min at any time. You must keep in mind that the Angolan war was over, and all the troop, ammunition and expertise were available, we talking the force that kept Russia, Cuba and the Angolan forces at bay for years. 

The small diss-organized MK forces were an afternoons job, as the special forces knew exactly where they were and how they were moving, Their intel were good and accurate they have infiltrated all ways of live of the revolutionary troops,and the ANC who by the way did not cause the fall of South Africa. The propaganda that you ran for the ANC also seems to have been off the cuff, as I see you have changed your story since. 

To conclude they had no option than to talk, the so called bloody revolution that you are trying to portray was and is a myth. But I suppose as a journalist without a well researched story this one could and did give you some publication

Even if I am critical about Max, I still believe in a non racial solution in South Africa, I believe that South Africa can once again become the financial leader in Africa. That is if we decide to forget the past and strive towards a true multi cultural community, one without discrimination and practices of discrimination like BEE (after 20 years). The country can only be successful if we can have a non communistic leader, a leader with integrity and the strive to solution, a leader that place the country first and his political party second 

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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Solutions for racism

What is the solution in South Africa?

South Africa with a history of depression and exclusion cannot continue to do so; we look at affirmative action the newest depressive implementation for the past 20 years, the political intervention in sport codes forcing the sport to become representative of the racial ratios in the country. A system where the talent of the player play an extreme small role in his or her selection into sport disciplines. The BEE (black economic empowerment) where companies are forced to hire black employees, where the top jobs have to be filled with black men and women irrespective of their ability to do these jobs, where white, coloured and Indian people are excluded. We look at the collapse of major government pedestals like Eskom, South African Airlines, all in the name of affirmative action. 

Affirmative action that proves unsuccessful, after 20 years with no answer of when government will remove these discriminative practices. The major problem with these affirmative actions are the fact that the black South African did not gain an inch or let me say any financial benefit from the system, the system was design to build an elite of extremely rich cadres of the ANC.

The discriminative practices of BEE fall far from a corrective action that the ANC projected after “apartheid” and the only discrimination of the whites in South Africa. In the Western Cape where the majority of people are brown (coloureds) the employment ratio of companies are exactly the same that in Johannesburg and Durban where the majority of people living in the area are black. This policy discriminate grossly against the coloured people in the Western Cape, it leave the majority of these people without work or prospects of financial involvement. All this are sold to the uneducated voters as the eradication of racism in South Africa. I fail to understand this.

The exclusion of certain cultural groups, and their languages only ensure that the efforts to build a new South Africa will and cannot succeed, the removal of the history of white and coloured people in the war against the third most spoken language (Afrikaans) in the country, after Zulu and Xhosa, does not assist and these practices are the very reason why the rainbow nation has failed. The ANC and the EFF cadres are currently trying to force the University of Stellenbosch to stop the Afrikaans culture, that in an area where Afrikaans is the predominant language the language spoken by the coloured community and the white population in the Western Cape.

What are the solutions for the country and how will it influence the vision of the ANC and the EFF?
South Africa needs the implementation and upholding of the Constitution of the country, we need to go forward upholding minority right and cultures, scrapping all discriminative practices like BEE, empower the people in the country with education that will lead to self-determination and the ability to ensure the eradication of poverty, by creating employment for all. We need a party to lead South Africa to economic freedom and that without nationalisation like Julius Malema and his EFF cadres promise it to work. We need a political party that is prepared to stand on equal rights without being influenced by the next election, without the aim of power, but that of solutions. Let me explain by example, the ANC sold the discriminative practice of black empowerment, they are still promising the poor that this practice will create work for them and the poverty stricken voters believe this, even if it proved over the past 20 years to be a total failure, enriching only the elite and friends of the ruling party.
The unemployment figures of black people in South Africa escalated under these discriminative rules. But the un-educated voters still believe that one day the promise will be knocking on their doors. 

During the discussion of the Black empowerment policies in parliament all the parties except the Freedom Front plus voted for the failed practice to continue. Why will they do this? They are all aiming to compete for the un-educated vote, even if it causes more poverty in the country. None of these parties have voted to ensure equality, to ensure prosperity to their voters they voted for the un-educated vote. The vote supported by the weak education policies of the ANC, an education system that ensure that the majority of voters remain un-educated as these are the votes that keep them in power. Un-educated and poverty stricken people are the best voter for any communist driven policy, communism are the best system on paper, the un-educated cannot see the practical failures in the system, and therefore they are the best supporters.

It seems that the Freedom Front plus is the only political party that are actually thinking of the future of a non-communist society, where the people can determine their futures, irrespective of the votes in the next election. The DA, official opposition, that we all voted for, of the ANC has followed the ANC and their discriminative practices to such a point that their only opposition is that of Jacob Zuma, they have become the “break away” type of ANC, supporting all their discriminative practices, but the president.

Now if we implement the solutions of total economic freedom, non-racial practices, job creation and a better education, it will remove all power from the ruling party, from the EFF and with the latest support for BEE from the DA.

If the solution is in opposition of the majority of parties in parliament, the right for self-determination of all the ethical groups in South Africa become more and more likely to be the only solution. Where discrimination and racism will be eliminated and the implementation of creation of employment will not be halted by the aim to control the vote. The solution might be a federal type of government, like the USA, where the states can ensure prosperity within their own borders, where voters can see that the communist systems does not work.

Is This the solution for a Burning South Africa under ANC rule