BURNING LIBERAL COCKTAIL IN THE “RAINBOW NATION” OF SOUTH AFRICA
WHAT IS IN YOUR MIXED COCKTAIL?
The different media houses and journalists prefer to be part of Communism, the “Open Society Foundation of George Soros” and/or other various “communist funding projects” – a mixed cocktail from Africa. They are all “visible”, most of the time an irritation and most of the time against the Afrikaners, Boers and Whites.
But we ALL can make a difference – we have to.
Thank you Steve Hofmeyr for your support:
My Tribe Is Dying Like Flies
In my country the question of ‘who are annihilating South Africans?’ is seen as a loathsome taboo – a racist insult. One is always required to reign in the politically correct horses, back to the hackneyed maxim of ‘all South Africans are victims’ and we’re ‘all in this together’. Of late, some of us are beginning to reject the PC kumbaya for the paralysing poppycock that it is.
If relatively crime- and murder free societies cannot also be the fruit of costly liberation, the children above may have all died in vain. Maybe we should have seen it coming. The Hector Petersen photograph (right) became iconography, when no-one remembers the name of the white boy (left). It was posted nowhere. As if his importance evaporated during the Christmas of 1985, when Nelson Mandela’s ANC detonated one of their many bombs, this one in Amanzimtoti. Johannes in the picture (8), Willem (2) and Isabella (5) were not striking, protesting, throwing rocks, committing treason or accosting police with guns and knopkieries, but died brutally at the behest of Sibusiso Andrew Zondo.
Critics posted a review with valid questions pertaining to Rob McCafferty’s crime report on low old South Africa crime figures (at www.gunowners.org.) Their conclusion is that he is at fault, that South Africans are now experiencing their most peaceful decades in its recent history, especially compared to the period 1950-1990 – when life expectancy for blacks soared from 38 to 61 years, nothing approximating the death toll in our new and “free” South Africa! (Illana Mercer, Into the Cannibal’s Pot, 2011).
Today, again, we sport a life-expectancy lower than Uganda (51).
These critics, Africa Check (blog) and Rapport (press), now have the unenviable task of pacifying South Africans by reconciling their “accurate” South African Police Service (SAPS) statistics with what the world has come to experience as the most dubious stats on the most murderous society in the world.
1. This they do by guilt-tripping South African whites into believing that proportionally they should, by most recent estimates of annual murder rates, be committing 1500 of the 18 000 murders per year. With ethnicity not disclosed, white people cannot research this, as it will be alleged that it is wrongly motivated. And black people will not do that for other reasons. That kills the research in the first place. Similar steps were considered in the US when blacks committed 100% of the 36 620 rapes on blacks in 2005. (Bureau of Justice Statistics, Criminal Victimisation Statistical Tables). Not a single black person was raped by a Caucasian that year.
2. To these critics fall the staggering responsibility of explaining to white farmers their disdain of the SA farmers’ predicament. The white farmer is victim to more murders per capita of their group than any other community on earth (Philip du Toit, the Great South African Land Scandal, 2004). The 315/100k farm murders in SA in 2009, completely overshadow the Iraqi War mortality rate of 147/100k. Erring on the conservative side the publication “Land of Sorrows” records more than 3319 individual attacks, but warn that the “actual number of people killed on farms (1610) is much higher in all likelihood.” (Van Zyl and Herman, 2012). These specific murders exhibit most of the other hallmarks of genocide, e.g. extreme brutality, racists slogans, cultural disdain, entitlement propaganda, exclusion from the workforce (by pallor-based policies of BEE, BBEEE, AA, PP, EE, quotas and representivity, etc.) ISS senior researcher Dr J Burger estimated the murder rate of commercial farmers at 98,8 per 100k, 14 times the world average, three times the SA murder rate and twice as high as the murder rate amongst police officers (51/100k). And still Rapport and Africa Check insists that no claim can be made that any tribe is suffering any substantial losses.
3. These critics must yet vilify international figures and fears beyond the reach of local bias. White farmer murders gravitate between levels 5 and 6 on the International Genocide Watch of Dr. Gregory Stanton in the USA. Level 8 is when genocide is over and national denial sets in. Apart from sporadic interest (http://po.st/DDbVXP) abroad, the world takes little notice.
4. Until the early nineties crime in a somewhat crime-free SA was managed with relative ease, when South Africa maintained a police to population ratio of 2:1000 – lower than West Germany and France. (Gavan Tredoux http://goo.gl/VRvz5). These days the SAPS sport 5 times more sergeants than constables, 5.5 times more inspectors than sergeants and 60% of their members go about without driver’s licenses. ( http://184.108.40.206/argief/berigte/volksblad/2002/07/23/5/2.html )
5. Africa Check must, like McCafferty, explain their comparisons, refutations and conclusions after readily admitting to incomplete statistics from the past. And how do Rapport and Africa Check arrive at their low white death rate figures when their only source explicitly does not keep statistics in ethnical or racial terms?
6. Africa Check cannot convince any reader, nor attempt to refute “unscientific” papers with the same relativist terminology of “appears to be”, “widely regarded as”, ”difficult to isolate”, “conspiracy theory”, “effectively perpetuated” and “mythology”.
7. Although McCafferty’s calculations may be read as uncertain, the dismissal of credible sources like the Medical Research Council, Home Affairs and Interpol should be taken up with them respectively. It is clear to see how judicial executions, warlike Struggle mortalities, ANC camp casualties and necklace murders can inflate any “normal” mortality figure. It does wonders for the new SA murder rate when dead victims of manslaughter are NOT reckoned into SA murder statistics. If you rob someone in her house and ‘accidentally’ shoot her, you simply claim ‘no intent’ and evade the murder wrap and SAPS stat thereof; even if you call her a white bitch before raping, hate crimes seemingly do not extend to whites victims.
8. It remains to be answered why, if old SAP crime figures are speculations, old population figures are not. Even today, forty years later, reaching South Africans in a national census poses a veritable nightmare. According to Census 2011, we are, remarkably, five times less certain about the population than we were in 2001 (Moultrie).
9. Critics have the mounting task of convincing even South Africa’s sceptical black leaders that the status quo is preferable to the old South Africa. Former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema, Agang party head Mamphela Ramphela, as well as Bishop Desmond Tutu have verbalised as much ( http://goo.gl/yDEHX ).
10. Liberal critics must sell to South Africans and the world at large the reliability of current SAPS statistics, the latter being the only party to benefit from deflated murder and rape figures. The SAPS admitted to 8 074 civil cases against their ministry from April 2010 to March 2011 and now has our former Police Commissioner serving time for corruption and the spouse of our Minister of Security – a convicted drug smuggler!
11. In predominantly segregated residential and crises areas any “national sample” will come under scrutiny. In one of the most murderous countries in the word, where the annual murder rate gravitates between 18 000 and 24 000 casualties (using conservative SAPS stats), a sample of 1378 murder dockets may prove absolutely nothing or exactly what you want.
12. Critics want South Africans to opt for SAPS stats over those of the MRC and Interpol, when StatsSA’s former deputy-general (Arrow) was arrested at home for stealing a ‘confidential’ document from the office at a time when we are monitoring political interference in public institutions.
13. The only reason fewer whites are killed than many other groups in South Africa is that they don’t readily slaughter each other. But even if whites account for only 10% of the bodies, our murder rate remains way too high for us to accept. The members of my minor post-European tribe, the Boere-Afrikaner, dies more than any other global demographic of their living standard.
14. As the SAPS and State do not deem white crises as problematic, farm murder statistics were last released in 2007. But social media sites abound where victims can now volunteer their own experiences, independently, and where farm murders still never drop below 4 murders per month (May 2012-June 2013 http://sunettebridges.co.za/home/blog/ ) Clearly my estimate that we lose someone in a farm murder every 5 days, may prove to be erring on the conservative side. The official Transvaal Agricultural Union (TAU) statistic for 2012 is 141 farm attacks and 51 murders. This year, by June 2013, we had already crossed the 100 farm attacks mark.
15. Nechama Brodie is quoted as stating in Rapport (June 30, 2013) that more white SA women are murdered by their “lovers” than by unknown black men. We have in our keep the names of 56+ white SA women murdered by “unknown black men” in the past 14 months. I now challenge her to provide the names of the 56+ white SA women who were murdered by their lovers in that period to June 8, 2013.
16. That we cannot fit white victims of SA crime into an average sport stadium, is deftly refuted by PRAAG here http://t.co/R6pcEPoVgK (The stadium, capacity and period was fabricated by Africa Check, but our 8% of the Interpol death rate will easily fill an 80 000 seater!)
17. Just because Apartheid era stats were not reliable (as Africa Check is arguing), does not mean that it has to be dismissed. You have to work with the data that is available, good or bad – however stating that the data are perhaps incorrect. We are also working with crime stats even knowing that the data are not right. But it is what we have. The same for economical stats.
18. Far more than facts, it is people’s emotions and experiences that matter. If 10 farmers in your vicinity have died, are you supposed to feel better knowing that it is 0.0002% of the population and that other races/groups are far more affected? The notion that ‘other have it worse’ is psychologically proven as ineffective. So ‘our people die like flies’ is still applicable, emotionally – and does not need to be supported by facts. Particularly, if few of the facts are reliable.
19. Different cultures/groups respond differently to mortality rates. Far be it for anybody to prescribe to any demographic when they should feel threatened or not. When extreme minorities attest to “dying like flies”, majorities can never be expected to reliably react on their behalf. This the ANC regime insists on under the banner of what they call “national unity”. When presented with five reliable sources to back their arguments, Africa Check opted for the one that underlined their selective agenda best. When an “exaggeration” could jolt the government into action, the only national Afrikaans newspaper, Rapport, opted to side against saving a farmer before next Sunday. (Victim’s name to be added here…)
Three year old Willemien was shot execution-style, after her mother and dad were slayed by blacks on their farm in the Orange Free State. Now, I’m a mere citizen. Not very scientific. And I can probably never be objective again. But I ask that the subsidised Africa Check never pawn themselves off as pioneers of objectivity. They are funded by George Soros’s Open Society Foundation with a liberal mix of members from Wits and the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory. We get the agenda.
South Africans have incompatible memories, collectively we are all heirs of extremely frustrating circumstances. Political-correct white-wash now could be devastating later. South Africans are learning to see through political facades and lies and cannot be kept from rallying or mobilizing around any group they see fit or threatened. Struggle math does not tally and the tyranny of blame can be perpetuated for as longs as they need to blame Apartheid. Meanwhile, black South Africans are as dependent as ever on what this government forces whites to do for them. Indeed, it is a society in which not only will blacks always be able to fall back on the support of affirmative action but where they will always need to (R.W. Johnson, South Africa’s Brave New World, 2009).
I concede that stats are frivolous things. If I recklessly retweeted or posted material from dubious sources, I would gladly apologise. I need to be part of the solution without discounting the vile threat to my small tribe. I do not need creative pie-charts for this. State-induced poverty on any minority is genocide and my little tribe is dying at the hands of other people and my government is marginalising my culture by undermining mother tongue education and keeping us out of the workforce with skin based policies.
Back to my initial point: my people are dying like flies. Just more violently.
The following articles and names are examples of “possible” liberal obstacles, assisting the Open Society Foundation of George Soros in his economic destruction “hidden agenda” – when you read their names and their “stories” (Lies), mostly in the media, you can follow their pattern – they have one goal in common , they all linked up with Soros: Attack to kill. Some liberals are also “silent partners”.
The Open Society Foundation of South Africa happens to be another of George Soros’s polyarchal ventures, not only in South Africa. Soros recruited Van Zyl Slabbert to become the founding chair of this organization when it was founded in 1993.
In addition to Ramphele, two other notable members of the Foundation’s board of directors are the editor of Financial Mail, Barney Mthombothi (who is board member of the democracy-manipulating International Press Institute), and Jody Kollapen, the former chairperson of South Africa’s principal human rights body the SA Human Rights Commission.
Incidentally, Kollapen was a board member of IDASA and is the chair of the Legal Resources Centre. Judge Fikile Bam, a former board member of the Open Society Foundation of South Africa, served as a director of the Legal Resources Centre in Port Elizabeth in 1985, and is presently a board member of the Centre for Development and Enterprise, a think tank that focuses on “development issues and their relationship to economic growth and democratic consolidation,” which received a grant from the NED in 2006.
VAN ZYL SLABBERT, ALEX BORAINE, WILMOT JAMES, NJABULO NDEBELE
Van Zyl Slabbert: Born on 2 March 1940 in Pretoria and grew up in Pietersburg (now ‘Polokwane’) in northern Transvaal (now the Limpopo Province of South Africa). He matriculated from the Pietersburg Afrikaans High School in 1958. Parents are Barbara Zacharia Hagen and Petrus Johannes Slabbert. Slabbert attended the Marabastad Farm School, later Eertsegoud Primary, and the Pietersburg Primary School, matriculating from the Pietersburg Afrikaans Hoërskool School in 1958. He was head boy and captain of the first rugby and cricket teams.
He also played his so-called democratic (nothing less than communist) role in the politics through the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) (German) and the International Centre for Democratic (ICDT) based in Budapest, Hugary.
Well-known names in the liberal world. South Africa’s elite transition from apartheid to polyarchy provides a devastating example of the power of capitalism to penetrate and dismantle a vibrant movement demanding massive social change.
As Ian Taylor reports, “one of the most active groups within the change industry” in South Africa was the Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa — a group that later became known as the Institute for Democracy in South Africa. The co-founders of this Institute, van Zyl Slabbert and Alex Boraine, represented what might be considered the “compassionate face of liberalism,” and prior to setting up their Institute (in 1986), both been part of the “corporate-funded Progressive Federal Party, an organisation that ‘bore the Oppenheimer imprint from the start’. They recruited African National Congress activist Janet Cherry to their ranks. This is because since then Cherry has gone on to become an influential theorist of nonviolence for polyarchal elites.
Illustrative of the tight connections maintained by IDASA and liberal elites, in 1996 the then head of the Institute, Wilmot James, became a trustee of the Ford Foundation (a position he retained until 2008); likewise IDASA’s current chair, Njabulo Ndebele, is a former resident scholar at the Ford Foundation. Ndebele is also a trustee of the Nelson Mandela Foundation where he serves alongside current Open Society Foundation of South Africa board member (and former Rockefeller Foundation trustee) Mamphela Ramphele.
Former board member of the Open Society Foundation of South Africa, Khehla Shubane, helped establish the Nelson Mandela Foundation, while also serving as the CEO of Business Map Foundation — a “research institution focusing on black economic empowerment and monitoring foreign investment patterns
Slabbert became a co-founder of Khula, a black investment vehicle, and he joined the boards of various companies as well.
Slabbert also Helped Soros to set up his latest philanthropic behemoth in ten Southern African countries. The current deputy chair of this foundation is the wife of Max Sisulu, Elinor Sisulu, who is the media and advocacy manager of the Johannesburg office of the NED-funded Crisis Coalition of Zimbabwe, “which she was instrumental in establishing in 2004.”
In addition, Reginald Matchaba-Hove, the former chair of the Open Society Foundation for Southern Africa, sits on the steering committee of the NED’s World Movement for Democracy (sitting alongside IDASA executive director, Paul Graham), and he is the chair of the NED-backed Zimbabwe Election Support Network. Two other NED-connected board members of Soros’s democracy-manipulating foundation include Godfrey Kanyenze, who “served for a long time” as the director of the NED-funded Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, and Immaculée Birhaheka, “one of the Congo’s leading human rights activists,” who was the winner of the NED’s 2006 democracy award and is the co-founder and president of the NED-funded Promotion and Support for Women’s Initiatives.
And after 27 years there is no IDASA – bunkrupt.
IDASA is na 27 jaar bankrot
HELEN ZILLE, SHEENA DUNCAN HELEN SUZMAN: BLACK SASH
For half a century, the very names – Black Sash and Sheena Duncan – were inseparable.
Helen Zille’s mother joined the Black Sash early on and volunteered in their advice office, while her dad bought the liberal newspaper, the Rand Daily Mail every morning on the way to school and discussed the issues of the day with her. This shaped my world-view. In high school I joined the Young Progressives. She also joined the Black Sash, the End Conscription Campaign and the Open City Initiative.
She joined Van Zyl Slabbert and with other South Africans in 1993, working for George Soros’ Open Society Foundation.
RACISM IN THE MEDIA
The South Africa Tour Guide, Peter Sullivan, edited The Star, South Africa’s premier daily newspaper from 1993 to 2000 – through the country’s transition to democracy. In 2001 he was appointed Group Editor-in-Chief of Independent Newspapers 16 South African titles, a position he held until 2010. After teaching and the army he joined the Rand Daily Mail as a cadet reporter before becoming the country’s leading political analyst in Parliament. In the 1980s he interviewed domestic Presidents and Prime Ministers John Vorster, PW Botha, FW de Klerk; in Africa Zambia’s Presidents Chiluba and Kaunda, abroad President Ronald Reagan and Prime Minister Thatcher. He has had many interviews with former President Mandela. A keen twitcher, story teller, and World Economic Forum Veteran, in 2010 Peter was honoured by Print Media South Africa with a Print Media Fellowship, for “determination, dedication and integrity in a passionate drive for the betterment of the South African newspaper industry.” Peter has travelled to over 60 countries, many as a guest of their governments.
He served on boards from Johannesburg’s waste company Pikitup to The Smile Foundation; brought the Open Society Foundation to SA at George Soros’ request, and has chaired a brace of charities from BirdLife South Africa to The Star Seaside Fund, Operation Snowball and the Hamper Fund. He is currently Chairman of Landelahni, a top recruitment, leadership and assessment company, which occupies a special place as it is owned entirely by people who are black or female.
Adriaan Basson, Stefaans Brümmer, Sam Sole, Investigators Jackie Mapiloko, Ilham Rawoot
The non-profit M&G Centre for Investigative Journalism has opened its doors with a threefold aim – to produce quality investigative journalism stories; to train suitably qualified journalists; and to help improve the environment for such individuals in South Africa, allowing them to do their work freely and efficiently.
The project is the result of a collaborative effort between the Open Society Foundation for South Africa, which is a grant-making organisation committed to promoting the principles of democracy, and M&G Media.
The Open Society Foundation, which funded the initiative to the tune of R1-million (US$138 000) for the first year, was established in 1993 by Hungarian-born philanthropist George Soros, now living in the US. Soros founded the South African foundation to help promote an open society in the country. This, he hoped, would result in democracy, tolerance for opposing opinions, acceptance of and respect for minorities, a strong economy, and an active civil society.
M&G Media owns the Mail&Guardian newspaper as well as the corresponding online portal, which claims to be Africa’s oldest newspaper website. The company is also responsible for The Teacher magazine, a monthly, and a number of other online publications including blogs Thought Leader, Sports Leader and Tech Leader, as well as Campus Times and entertainment portal The Guide. The foundation’s executive director Zohra Dawood said that a free media culture is vital to the growth of democracy, and support for initiatives that drive such a culture is a priority for the organisation. The team is known collectively as amaBhungane – the dung beetles. Members of the scarab superfamily of beetles, these creatures, although small, help to improve agricultural conditions by consuming dung. Stories produced by the centre’s staff will be distributed through the two M&G publications, the Mail&Guardian and the Mail&Guardian Online.
Already a host of top journalists have come on board. Among them are Adriaan Basson, Stefaans Brümmer and Sam Sole of M&G – all of them multiple award winners. Investigators Jackie Mapiloko of City Press and Ilham Rawoot and the first group of interns support the veteran complement.
Among them are the partnership between Rhodes University in the Eastern Cape and Unesco, which focuses on improving the standard of reporting through the training of journalism teachers, especially with regard to the efficient use of new media. Further afield, the science journalism mentoring project spearheaded by the World Federation of Science Journalists with the support of the UK’s Department for International Development, has produced not only a group of well-equipped young science journalists, but has also given rise to new science journalism associations in South Africa and a handful of other African countries, as well as new science publications and TV and radio programmes.
From the financial support of Soros, Adriaan Basson has published a book in 2010 on the Selebi saga titled: Finish & Klaar: Selebi’s Fall from Interpol to the Underworld.
The M&G Centre for Investigative Journalism, supported by M&G Media and the Open Society Foundation for South Africa, produced this story.
Simelane was confident that his strategic plan would be approved, NPA spokesperson Bulelwa Makeke said: “The strategic plan is on hold — It will be revised when cluster strategy is finalised to make sure the NPA is appropriately positioned to contribute most effectively to the cluster outcomes.”—
Additional reporting by Adriaan Basson AGAIN: This article was made possible by funding from the Open Society Foundation for South Africa Media Fellowship Programme.
MOSTLY SILENT IN THE MEDIA
DID YOU KNOW THIS:
As much as 90% of the country’s media titles are owned by four companies: Caxton, Independent Newspapers, Times Media Group (formerly Avusa) and Naspers through its subsidiary Media24. In addition, these companies themselves are under the control of a handful of media barons, including Terry Moolman, the controlling shareholder of Caxton; Naspers chief executive Koos Bekker, “the Rupert Murdoch of South Africa”; and now Iqbal Survé, whose Sekunjalo Group recently signed an agreement to acquire Independent Newspapers. Times Media Group is slightly more diversified in terms of ownership. The Mail & Guardian is owned by M&G Media, whose majority shareholder is Zimbabwean-born businessman Trevor Ncube.
There are low-profile people, but Terry Moolman is a no-profile person. His lack of profile is surprising, though, given the fact that he is one of the country’s leading media barons. Moolman never grants interviews. For many years there were no available photographs of him. A request by theMail & Guardian to photograph him was met with the response: “We do not have a photograph of our CEO. Moolman is the controlling shareholder at JSE-listed Caxton, which is best known as a knock-and-drop publisher, but also owns titles such as The Citizen and printing presses that help make up its R7-billion market value. Moolman’s vision is seen to be to merge Caxton’s strength in printing with Johncom’s in publishing.
Moolman is in the news because it is speculated that he, in alliance with oligarchs Cyril Ramaphosa, Patrice Motsepe and Tokyo Sexwale, is mounting a takeover bid of Johncom, the owner of sprawling media interests, including the Sunday Times. Johncom chief executive Connie Molusi’s sudden, inexplicable departure from Johncom this week is seen to be possibly linked with a bid by Moolman to merge the companies with him in the top job. Caxton does spectacularly well. The group now has a turnover of R2billion, according to its six-month results to December last year. Net profit was up 33%, to R195million. Moolman is the group’s controlling shareholder. Johncom has a 36% stake in Caxton. Moolman reportedly also has the right to buy back that share should Johncom have a change in ownership, which is why he is a critical player in Johncom’s search for a black economic empowerment (BEE) deal.
JAN 2014 – NASPERS is the “gorilla” in the media sector. With a market capitalisation of R453,22bn, it dwarfs its competitors and is becoming an increasingly multinational company. In the interim results to September 30 2013, CEO Koos Bekker said it earned the majority of its revenue offshore from Internet businesses rather than pay-T
Koos Bekker, as a dealmaker, is matched by Caxton CEO Terry Moolman. His latest, which should be concluded next week, is to buy ElementOne for about R2,34bn. ElementOne, delisted from the JSE in 2010, is a shell that holds a large chunk of Caxton. The implied value of its stake in Caxton is R2,63bn.
Another interesting share in the sector is Times Media Group (TMG), owner of the Financial Mail. It has spent most of the past year cleaning out its noncore portfolio. The latest disposal was of NuMetro Cinema and cinema advertising company Popcorn Advertising, for R75m. It has sold I-Net Bridge for R115m and is in the process of selling Exclusive Books and Van Schaik Bookstores for R435m. The proceeds have been used to reduce debt, from R1,15bn to R698m, and shore up TMG’s core business for future acquisitions.
The surprise share has been African Media Entertainment (AME). The share price is currently at a high of R82 after gaining 49,1% over the past year. And who’s the major shareholder? The Moolman & Coburn Partnership with 24,8% and Frances Elizabeth Coburn with 9,7%. This was a good investment Moolman spotted a long time ago.
Speak softly and carry a big stick
The New Age has been subject to scrutiny from its peers from the time it arrived on the scene in 2010, with the relationship between the newspaper’s main shareholders, the Gupta family, and Zuma forming the basis of the scrutiny. Each of the editors that have taken the helm at The New Age (Williams is the fourth in three years) have, feeling the scrutiny, declared publicly their commitment to editorial independence.
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DIE LIBERALE MENGEL DRANKIE IN SUID-AFRIKA – MEDIA (KOMMUNISME) SE VLAM BRAND HOOG
2006 – Onthou gerus die naam: Dalk sal die naam Terry Moolman nie bekend klink aan ons Afrikaners nie, maar Caxton sal wel die hele prent voltooi. Sy agente het redelik onlangs gal gebraak oor ons Afrikaners en blankes inlig en bewusmaak van geweld en veral moorde wat teenoor ons mense gepleeg word. Hoe laag daal enige persoon om bewusmaking van misdaad en veral moorde te verbied?
As daar nie opgestaan word teen die skending van ons menseregte, kommunisme en hierdie mengeldrankies van George Soros nie, gaan Afrikaners, Boere en Blankes totaal en al uitwis word. Dit is nie net Boere wat geraak en uitgemoor word of deur swart bemagtiging benadeel word nie, maar elke Blanke en Afrikaner word geraak. Blankes in wit armoede bestaan nie net uit Boere nie, maar ook Afrikaners. Nie net Boermeisies word verkrag en dood agtergelaat nie, maar Blankes en Afrikaners word ook uitvermoor. BEE staan vir BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT.
Aksie vanaf kommuniste het sedert 1994 in felheid toegeneem en gaan nie afgewater of tot niet gemaak word voor hulle hul doelwit bereik het nie. Ongelukkig moet ons oplet na liberales om ons want hulle lyk soos ons, hulle praat dieselfde taal as ons en hulle het in dieselfde omstandighede as ons grootgeword, sommige word net met geld opgepomp. Om anti-kommunisme af te maak as ‘n blote rookskerm vir anti-swart gevoelens is so belaglik dat mens dit eerder ignoreer as dit nie ‘n stukkie onbeskaamde propaganda was nie. Vir selfbehoud, moet ons anti-kommunisties raak.
Ons almal het al gehoor van bekende Russiese skrywers soos Solzjenitsyn, Pantofski en andere. As die Kommunisme dan so onskadelik is, waarom is die Muur gebou om mense in Oos-Duitsland te hou? Waarom het duisende mense uit die Kommunistiese Oos-blok lande gestroom die oomblik toe hulle die kans kry? Waarom is miljoene mense in Stalin se Sowjet-Unie vermoor? Omdat die Kommunisme gegrond is op Karl Marx se leer oor die noodwendige klassestryd moet dit mos haat en na-ywer aanmoedig. Gaan lees op oor kommunistiese lande, hoe het dit die opvoedingspeil beinvloed – daar is geen opvoeding, en ons in Suid-Afrika het daardie punt bereik. Onthou gerus: Die Kommunis sê nie gee aan ander nie, maar gee ALLES aan ons! Alles wat die burgers het, moet die eiendom van die kommunis word. Daar is goeie gronde om die Kommunisme as ‘n ideologie te sien wat inherent teen godsdiens gekant is. Bring een land waar daar nog godsdiens is waar kommunisme heers. Die Liberaliste gaan dit ook te laat ontdek, want vir omdraai gaan daar nie sprake van wees nie.
“Speel met vuur en dit verbrand jou hande”
Suid-Afrika maak deel uit van BRICS en opsigself is “besigheid” vir almal ‘n ontdekkingstog tot verbetering van dienste en ontginning van gemeenskappe tot ‘n beter lewe. Maar doen dit regtig? Hoeveel verbetering is sedert 1994 op die boeke? China en Rusland wat deel is van die BRICS lande, is albei twee groot moonthede met ideale en smagting na rykdom, net soos wat Amerika en baie ander westerse lande dieselfde het: Minerale rykdom.
Ons is reeds langer as ‘n twintigjarige kommunistiese samelewing vasgevang, hetsy of die wyse liberales dit ‘n demokrasie of oop gemeenskap noem , is daar wel baie “reenboogkinders uit donker Afrika in George se harem” te bespeur.
‘n Demokrasie is dit beslis nie en ‘n dodelike sekel het reeds die afgelope twintig jaar die land se ekonomie vir ‘n stadige ineenstorting, deurboor.
Media huise word vrywillig gemanipuleer wat hulle mag rapporteer en wat nie. Geld? Selfs die sosiale media, waar agente werk 24/7 uur om hulle sake nie te laat skripbreuk lei nie.
Let op: Soms sal daar ‘n artikel geplaas word om debat uit te lok of haat aan te blaas, verwarring te veroorsaak of sal geliefdes aan onnodige leuens blootgestel word of vir ‘n ietsie ekstra in die bankrekenings.
Soms sal daar sensitiewe sake geplaas word, wat ook diskriminasie of rassisme is, maar sodra hulle met ‘n ander siening of die ware feite gekonfronteer word, beskou hulle die ander se siening as rassisties, word dit as haat en APARTHEID afgemaak.
Meeste liberales stenig hierdie Afrikaners wat nie “Vryheid van spraak” mag he nie. En Steve Hofmeyr, loop heelbo deur.
Kommuniste gebruik die media om die verskeie volke in Suid-Afrika uit te lok, af te breek en te vernietig – wat haatspraak is.
Negatiewe beelde en publisiteit soos bv. Moorde, sal nie oorheersend wees of glad nie geplaas word nie wat ook kunsmatige rassistiese debatte uitlok. Behalwe as dit een van hul eie mense is wat vermoor word, dan oorheers dit die media vir weke aanmekaar. Iemand soos Oscar se “moord” was vir langer as ‘n jaar op almal se lippe.
Kommunisme teiken totaal en al die etniese volk se trots, lewenswyse, kultuur, taal, etnisiteit, om dit te vernietig. in die media kan beveg word deur Eksterne Selfbeskikking te verkry – indien ons as volk selfbeskikking verkry, opbou en aanbeweeg, kan ons ons eie media nes al die ander fokuspunte self beheer en bestuur.
Die wegkalwe van mediavryheid en nuwe tegnologie is die twee reuse-uitdagings vir die mediabedryf in Suid-Afrika vandag, het Ton Vosloo, voorsitter van Naspers, Woensdag gesê.
Die regering is antagonisties teen sekere elemente in die media juis omdat dit vry is. “Die ANC-regering hou nie van ’n vrye en onafhanklik beheerde pers met sy waghondvermoëns nie. Die ANC-regering deur sy sogenaamde nasionale demokratiese revolusie wil totale beheer hê à la Big Brother,” het Vosloo op ’n middagete van die Kaapstadse Persklub by Kelvin Grove in Nuweland gesê. “Die media is die laaste verdedigingslinie teen die wegkalwe van vryheid. Ons het nog ’n onafhanklike regbank, en ek hoop dit bly so.”
Die tradisie van nuusinsameling is al so vroeg as 1690 deel van demokratiese lewe, dis net die metodes van nuusverspreiding wat verander het, het Vosloo gesê. Oudjoernaliste in die Engelse pers, soos Tony Heard, wat vir 16 jaar redakteur van die Cape Times was, en politici soos Tony Leon, oudleier van die DA, en Sheila Camerer van die DA het ook die praatjie bygewoon. Interessant dat DA, oud Nasionale Parlementslede en uitgesproke Liberale hierdie tipe media funksies bygewoon het.
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