Sunday, August 28, 2016

The plan to destroy a nation


28 August 2016
Under the smoke screen of BBBEE they have lead the road to capturing the capital of a country, to blindfold the masses with promises of Black empowerment, while all the empowerment went to the comrades of destruction, the comrades who were in exile during apartheid, withholding it from the people that had to endure the laws of apartheid. 


South Africa the home of cultural and language diversity, a country with enough resources and basic abilities are currently swallowed whole by political greed and a drive to divorce the economic structure from capitalism, a drive to destroy the very cultural power of individual groups by sucking them into a new world order system, a system of large government and Nationalisation of entities and property with the promise that this will diminish the inequalities of the past, that it will elevate the poverty stricken population to equal grounds of prosperity. The masses is hanging onto this promise, a promise of unionised job opportunities, a promise of equal rights and a promise that capital will be moved from the rich to empower the poor. To achieve the point of economic destruction, the point where nationalisation can be implemented it is necessary to cripple the economy, to cripple the stand fast cultural strength of the individual and of the groups representing them, to drive a wedge of conflict between the citizens of the country. It will be necessary to desensitise the population to wrong and right, to accept the unacceptable as  the way to assist others.

Slowly they have bring corruption murder and economic fall into action, so slow that the man in the street and the ignorant do not smell the destruction rat, so that the crippled economy and the possible genocide in a country became so normal, that we accept it under the name of “the new South Africa. What better way to do this than to brainwash the population with a President that cannot pronounce the number of his supporters, a president with no qualifications, a president that the population can blame for the weak performance of the Rand.

How far have we been desensitised?

The apartheid government brought the Rand down to 4 Rand to the USD, a point of absolute disaster a point where they had to negotiate and abolish their believes to save the country, at the moment we are in ecstasy when the Rand strengthen to ten rand to the USD, we have lost sight of the economic fall of the weakness of our Rand, we have lost the sensitivity of growth and exchange it for the freedom of captivity. We have change our vision on growth to a vision of survival, and then we blame the ANC under the capable hands of Jacob Zuma for the economic instability, the instability needed to destroy capitalism in the country, we have lost vision of the fact that the ANC and the communist party (SACP) are partners, partners to nationalise all the assets in the country. When Jacob Zuma visit the communist China we see it as trade relations, we even start believing in the communist system, a system of so called equality, a system of hope.

If we start looking in detail at the system, we realise that the ANC under Jacob Zuma have entered their most successful era since the end of apartheid, they have managed to change the opposition parties into a fullyassisted entity to destroy the economy, they have changed their strongestopposition party into the ANC of twenty years ago, giving them the opportunity to swing further left, they have removed our attention from the economic destruction and focussed it on the corruption of Jacob Zuma, they managed to take control of all the large news agencies and of the social networks. Whenever Jacob and his comrades blame apartheid, or even Jan van Riebeeck for their shortcomings, social media are totally captured with opinions while they the ANC can drive forward without any repercussions of media exposure.

Under the smoke screen of BBBEE they have lead the road to capturing the capital of a country, to blindfold the masses with promises of Black empowerment, while all the empowerment went to the comrades of destruction, the comrades who were in exile during apartheid, withholding it from the people that had to endure the laws of apartheid.

This smokescreen rolled over the eyes of not only the poverty stricken black South African but also the minority groups who feel that they need to assist to eradicate the injustices of the past. Blindfolded we empowered the cadres, blindfolded we followed the masked journalist like Max Du Preez telling us to assist the fall of our economy, to assist the implementation of the most captive and murderous system in the world, communism, and blindfolded we follow.

While we are all in ecstasy about the local election results, the ANC continue with the destruction, their agenda to get total control under Jacob Zuma, their aims to capture the economy of the country. While the newspapers are filled with DA victories and the attack on Pravin, the ANC and their allies, including the EFF, are plotting to destroy the major opposition parties in the country, while the opposition and population smile for their last freedom photos in arrogance.

The question will remain, how much will the vote in 2019 mean if the economy is in the hands of an ANC EFF coalition?



Willie Beetge