Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Adriaan Vlok and Feet Washing

By Willem Ratte

This is an open letter I wrote to our former South African Deputy Minister of Defence, Adriaan Vlok, knowing fully well that he will in all probability never read it, and that it would not mean much anyway. But, still, I want to put it on record here, where I can:

"Dear Sir, You will always retain a special place in my heart as a result of what probably was, to you, a routine little gesture, but was something that meant a lot to us who stayed on the border. It was a small ‘thank you’ card that your office in the middle-eighties sent us at Western Area Battalion at Nepara, signed by your secretary Mr Koegelenberg if I remember correctly. As then 2i/c of the Battalion, I appreciated this gesture very much, and passed it on to our members in base. Those who had worked so hard to welcome, treat and entertain visitors like you, as good manners and the respect we had for you and our government and our leaders of the time prescribed. In my, albeit limited, experience of such matters it was the only time that a VIP had bothered to thank us afterwards in writing. I shall always remember and appreciate it. – In the meantime, a lot of water has passed under the bridge. And I could not help noticing that in 2006 you washed the feet of one so-called Reverend Frank Chikane, - a political priest and supporter of the race-based Black Consciousness Movement, and later an influential member of the African National Congress' National Executive Committee, which had earlier waged terrorism against us. Your motivation, according to an interview with one Khanya, was because, quote, the Lord spoke to (me) and showed (me) exactly how evil apartheid was. And so (I) repented of (my) pride, (my) arrogance, and above all (my) lovelessness in supporting a system based on lovelessness, unquote. Thereafter you apparently in 2009 washed the feet of thirteen former members of our former police and defence force, - allegedly to ask their forgiveness ‘for leading them onto "the wrong path’. Now for all it is worth, Sir, I would like to say this to you: In principle, your washing of other people’s feet, and so by implication the imitation of what Our Heavenly Lord and Master did to his disciples, is something you have to live with yourself. But if the purpose of the feet-washing was to ask forgiveness for what you allege to have been a lack of love and a wrong path, then, dear Sir, you need never wash the feet of any of my mates and former comrades-in-arms. The defence force you represented was not lacking in love. And the path we walked was not wrong. On the contrary. It was love of our people and our country that made our defence force and us who served in it fight against the insurgents and terrorists who attacked and killed our people. And it was right, not wrong, to arrest and detain people who aided and abetted terrorism. The British and Americans do it every day, now that they have the same problem we had. Let those who went too far in their war on terror wash the feet of those they might have wronged themselves if they want, - you, as former Deputy Minister of Defence representing our proud South African Defence Force, should not have done it. If you were really unable to resist an inescapable urge to wash feet, you could have washed the feet of the thousands and thousands of ordinary soldiers who served in the former SADF, - but not because you led them on the wrong path. Actually, for the work you did at the time you would deserve more compliments than criticism, as far as I can remember. No, it is rather for afterwards leaving us in the lurch, and doing nothing or too little to stop our government and your party from selling us out, up the river without a paddle in 1994, that you could wash feet. For THAT wrong path of injustice and treason you are more than welcome to ask our forgiveness. Here’s a bowl and towel….!/photo.php?fbid=369983056351017&set=a.178747962141195.52667.100000179785258&type=1

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Bullshit Crime Statistics

By Mike Smith
21th of January 2011

Last year in September the useless ANC released their
bullshit crime statistics and claimed that violent crime came down for the third year in a row.

Apparently murder was down by 6.5% and sexual offences by 3.1%. Assault with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm dropped by 4.5%, while robbery with aggravating circumstances was down by 12%.

Anybody with half a brain knew that this laughable junk was nonsense. Yet, some idiots believed it and the DA actually congratulated the ANC regime on their efforts.

In the past I have explained how the police bungle cases, how forensic laboratories are overloaded and how the police “lose” dockets or deliberately falsify crime statistics. Then there is a moratorium on crime statistics implemented by the ANC to hide the true extent of crime in SA.
Links to how the crooked and corrupt ANC reduces crime How the useless police bungle cases and criminals are set free

Here is another report on how the police falsify statistics Four senior police bosses in court for falsifying crime statistics

The investigation found murder cases had been reduced to inquests and that housebreakings had been described as trespassing.

Zuma's New Bath Tub Toy

Here we go...Another billion Rand Weapons Scandal. Zuma wants a new bathtub toy. South Africa’s New weapons Scandal in the making.

By Mike Smith
21th of January 2011

Now look at her! Is she not a beautiful and sopisticated lady? She belongs to the French Mistral class helicopter carriers.

Nevertheless, let me stop my drooling....

Speak about the weapons scandal of the early 1990s and everywhere you can hear a pin drop so silent are the bastards in the ANC. Thabo Mbeki, Jacob Zuma...they were all in on it.

The master mind behind it was not as everyone thinks, Chippy Shaik, he was small fry. It was the double agent and Apartheid spy Joe Modise, now deceased, but the former Minister of Defence.

But to get his position at the feeding trough he first had to wipe his competition off the map, namely Chris Hani, the leader of the SA Communist Party and at the time chief of staff of uMkhonto we Sizwe (MK) the armed terrorist wing of the ANC.

Hani was about to be made Minister of Defence and score all the kickbacks on weapons deals. “Bra Joe” (Joe Modise) could not have that, so along with his buddies like Neil Barnard in the SA Secret Service (NIS) or National Intelligence Services they had Hani assassinated, framing Conservative MP Clive Derby-Lewis and using another double agent Janusz Wallus as the killer.

With Hani out of the way, Joe Modise a founding member of MK and a former chief of staff himself was made Minister of Defence.

When he became the Minister of Defence he made his wife Jackie Sidebe the first female general in the New SA Defence Force and got his daughter Thereza Magazi on the board of Conlog (later renamed Logtek), one of the companies for counter trade agreements and the company responsible for securing the prepaid electricity meters for Eskom...these meters are in almost every house in SA today. He also appointed his brother in law, Lambert Moloi on the board of the parastatal arms manufacturer Denel (Armscor).

Modise, although a gangster and criminal was relatively honest. He once told Tony Leon of the DA “If you want to see generosity, look at the Nats (National Party)...We gave them half a dozen seats in cabinet and they gave us the country.” ( SA. A brave new world pg.46)

During the 1950’s Modise was a member of the township gang called the Spoilers in Alexandria near Pretoria who were fighting another gang called the Msomis. He was physically very strong. A boxer and a football player who could look after himself. He later became a truck driver.

The Spoilers were a cut above the rest of the Township gangs. They dressed smartly, befriended musicians and celebrities and were out to make money like the mafia.

Despite receiving terrorist training in Czechoslovakia and the USSR he never became a communist and was distrusted by Joe Slovo and Chris Hani as an” informer for the Boers”...which indeed he was. All his enemies ended up being wisked away by the Apartheid Security Police.

As an exile in Lusaka Zambia he was living a rich man’s life in the affluent suburb of Avondale . Running a stolen car racket and a bank robbery racket in South Africa.

At one stage Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda called him in and asked him not to flaunt his wealth, because the cars he was driving could not even be afforded by the Zambian ministers in parliament.

In 1981 he was arrested in Botswana smuggling weapons and diamonds. In 1985 he was selling an ANC/SWAPO weapons cache near Saurimo in Angola to UNITA . At the time UNITA was an ally of the Apartheid government and a sworn enemy of the ANC. At one stage in Lusaka he shared a house with a cocaine, ecstasy and other drugs dealer known as Mr. Stevens.

It is quite common knowledge amongst people in the know and journalists worthy of the name in South Africa that Joe Modise and his henchman Tom Nkobi were Apartheid informers and double agents and at the same time being mafia like criminals.

After F.W. de Klerk opened the floodgates and these criminals were allowed back in SA, along with Nigerian drug lords, we saw gang wars in 1996 with hand grenades chucked over garden walls, etc.

But it was when Modise befriended Solomon Majura, the ZANU-PF terrorist who became one of the biggest landowners of Zimbabwe after stealing white owned farmland that Modise saw drug dealing, car hi-jacking and bank robberies as small fry...the real money was to be made in government contracts.

Involving his friend at Denel, Fana Hlongwane, his political contacts such as Thabo Mbeki that he supported to succeed Nelson Mandela and that old Apartheid sanction buster Tony Georgiades, former husband of Elita now the wife of former president and traitor F.W. De Klerk he secured the deals with British Aerospace and Thomson CSF of France to buy new trainer jets for the SA air Force. Tony Georgiades was the middle man. See how the puzzle now all comes together?

Everyone from the top down, De Klerk, Mbeki, Modise, etc were all sharing the spoils of South Africa.

German Daimler Aerospace admitted that they delivered 30 luxury Mercedes Benz vehicles to top ANC members one of which was chief wip Tony Yengeni who at one stage chaired the Parliamentary Defence Committee and who would later be convicted of fraud and sent to prison, carried on the shoulders of his ANC mates such as Ibrahim Rasool into Polsmoor prison.

Things almost fell apart for Modise in 1997 when five former Security branch policemen applied for amnesty with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission for their involvement in more than 40 murders of Anti Apartheid terrorists. They wanted to reveal the names of former Apartheid informants and double agents now in top government positions. Mbeki shut them up calling it gossip mongering and the TRC refused to make the names known.

None of this is a state secret. It is common knowledge nowadays. It was all reported in the mainstream media and condensed in journalist R.W. Johnson’s book, “South Africa, a brave new world”. 2009.

The Citizen newspaper is reporting that the entire arms deal scam is about to repeat itself and will cost even more than the first one.
Arms Deal Scandal Number Two

And as can be expected, the same old criminals and fraudsters are involved. I quote from the article:

“Jacob Zuma wants an aircraft carrier, and it will be partly up to convicted fraudster Tony Yengeni to decide who will get the contract to supply a warship potentially costing even more than the four frigates bought as part of the controversial 1999 R60 billion arms deal.”

It is a little unclear what kind of Air craft Carrier they want to buy. It appears to be a helicopter carrier of the French Mistral class.

Advocate Paul Hoffman SC, director of the Southern Africa Institute for Accountability said: “The usefulness of the project is … questionable. If Yengeni remains on the review committee, it could cogently be argued that the success of the project will depend on the size of the bribes.”

The current Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu was shocked when she heard about the report in the Citizen
Sisulu denies warship reports

One thing we have learned over the years is that the ANC are a bunch of liars and the moment their criminal dealings are discovered they deny all knowledge.

So let us see where this is going to develop into.

At the moment we know that the SA Navy has lost almost 80% of their technical staff since the ANC took over and implemented their racist Affirmative Action policies.

These highly qualified technicians and engineers have simply moved on and emigrated to greener pastures where their skills are appreciated such as Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, etc...

In Simonstown, the four brand new state of the art German MEKO class frigates are almost all laid-up and rusting away , rotating a skeleton crew to every now and again take them out into False Bay for a spin or to scatter the ashes of a former Admiral.

When they are alongside and plugged into shore power only the air-conditioning system and the kitchen is switched on so the crew can feed on three meals a day under the African heat, courtesy of the taxpayer.

Of the highly sophisticated 209 class German submarines one is permanently laid up in a shed undergoing a three year repair to its electrical system. Considering that it takes only about six months to build such a machine from scratch and train its crew, it shows the immense stuff up that must have happened due to the ANC’s stupid Affirmative Action policies.

The other two submarines are still kept alive by a handful of extremely brilliant submariners like Commander Gary Kretschmer ( a legend in South Africa) who “sank” the entire NATO fleet in a combined naval exercise in 2007 and obviously made the chests of the ANC swell. Champagne corks were flying at the officers club in Simons Town at the time.
Ace South African Submarine commander outwits entire NATO fleet

Yes...that is what we were back then.

But nowadays they rent the submarines out for wedding ceremonies.
Harcore Sub becomes a love boat

So my question is...

If they cannot even find technical staff to man the current subs or frigates (they call them corvettes, I doubt if the even know the difference) then where are they going to find the crew for the new Helicopter carriers??

This vessel is just going to be another brand new rust collector.

Conneticut USA Reporting on Genocide

Connecticut USA radio-station report on Genocide targetting Afrikaners in South Africa: plans to hold protest meeting:

The commentator said: "They are slaughtering, raping, mutilating and killing the Boer farmers in South Africa because they are whites. The black leaders of South Africa don't want them there, they want them dead. The youth le...ader of the ruling ANC Julius Malema is openly singing for their genocide with the hatespeech song. Why do people say there is 'claimed' to be a genocide, but these things are happening right now. Why isn't anybody saying anything about this? There was widespread publicity about the blacks attacking people about immigration/xenophobia issues. But why are they covering up the genocide against the Boers? "

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Gauteng Premier Defies the Law

A sheriff of the court was detained at Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane's office on Wednesday when she tried to remove furniture under a court order, the DA said.
Democratic Alliance MPL Jack Bloom said office security detained Johannesburg High Court deputy sheriff Diana Chivelli on the third floor of the building.

Nomvula Mokonyane

She was at the office to collect a portion of the R9.25m owed by Mokonyane for the medical costs of a boy left brain-damaged because of negligence in a state hospital.

"The sheriff is there to remove the furniture... as the premier has failed to respond to the court payment order. Her lawyers appealed the judgment, but this appeal has lapsed," Bloom said.

"It is an utter disgrace that the premier has failed to obey this court order that would assist Khanyi's struggling family to look after him."

Mokanyane's spokesperson Xoli Mngambi denied that Chivelli had been detained.

"We do not agree with what Bloom is saying. She is not being detained. They [Mokonyane's office] have been in talks about the situation since the sheriff got there," he said.

"Our legal department, along with the department of health and the state's attorney, are dealing with the matter."

The furniture at Mokonyane's offices was attached by the sheriff in October last year.

Bloom said 270 computers, 270 desks, 600 chairs and other office equipment, and kitchen appliances worth about R1m were attached.

Twelve-year-old Prince Sibusiso Khanyi was born brain-damaged at the Pholosong Hospital in the East Rand in December 1999.

The South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg found in February last year that he suffered permanent brain injury because of hospital negligence.

It ruled that Mokonyane had to pay his parents, Martha and Simon, nearly R10m in damages.

Bloom said Mokonyane should "obey the law just like everyone else and pay the full amount in good time".

"It's a very sad day for our province when the premier defies the law," he said.

"Meanwhile, a disabled child suffers because her office has delayed in paying money that would ease his life and that of his family."

ANC - African National Corruption

SEWERAGE on Beach and in Sea. The beach was full of defecation. URINE everywhere, stench was unbearable. 69 lost children were left behind. 9 BODIES washed up in the week after New Year. 60 TONS of LITTER ON THE BEACH. The 400 dirt boxes were empty. The Police & Municipality are hiding CRIME STATS and information. DURBAN is bankrupt. R14 BILLION OVERDRAFT. Durban HIGHEST RATES in Africa. NEAT SEWERAGE is coming down our RIVERS into the SEA and we are swimming in it. Snowy Smith        


PROUDLY South African??? How can ANYBODY of any colour, nation or creed be proud of THIS?

How sad. How disgusting.This is what the WHOLE of South Africa is going to be like in a little while. I bet no African American would take the chance on being there! My home town gone to shit!!!

About 30 million km² of land filled with cattle, crops, diamonds, rivers, all kind of resources... and it's inhabited by sub-humans. Such a waste.

Tip of the iceberg.

Is this a scene from "Rise of the Planet of the Apes"?

What a shit- hole South Africa has been well and truly trashed, and it will only get worse, I feel very sorry for white South Africans pure Hell.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Why Africa Has Gone To Hell

White Zimbabweans used to tell a joke—what is the difference between a tourist and a racist? The answer—about a week.

Few seem to joke any more. Indeed, the last time anyone laughed out there was over the memorable headline “BANANA CHARGED WITH SODOMY” (relating to the Reverend Canaan Banana and his alleged proclivities). Zimbabwe was just the latest African state to squander its potential, to swap civil society for civil strife and pile high its corpses. Then the wrecking virus moves on and a fresh spasm of violence erupts elsewhere. Congo, Ivory Coast, Sudan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, even Kenya. Take your pick, for it is the essence of Africa, the recurring A-Z of horror. And as surely as Nelson Mandela took those steps from captivity to freedom, his own country will doubtless shuffle into chaos and ruin.

Mark my words. One day it will be the turn of South Africa to revert to type, its farms that lie wasted and its towns that are battle zones, its dreams and expectations that lie rotting on the veldt. That is the way of things. Africa rarely surprises, it simply continues to appal.

When interviewed on BBC Radio, the legendary South African jazz musician Hugh Masekela spoke of the 350-year struggle for freedom by blacks in South Africa. The man might play his trumpet like a dream, but he talks arrant nonsense. What he has bought into is a false narrative that rewrites history and plays upon post-colonial liberal angst. The construct is as follows: white, inglorious and bad; black, noble and good; empire, bad; independence, good; the west, bad; the African, good. Forgotten in all this is that while Europeans were settling and spreading from the Cape, the psychopathic Shaka Zulu was employing his impi to crush everyone—including the Xhosa—in his path, and the Xhosa were themselves busy slaughtering Bushmen and Hottentots. Yet it is the whites who take the rap, for it was they who won the skirmishes along the Fish and Blood Rivers and who eventually gained the prize.

What suffers is the truth, and—of course—Africa. We are so cowed by the moist-eyed mantras of the left and the oath-laden platitudes of Bono and Geldof, we are forced to accept collective responsibility for the bloody mess that is now Africa. It paralyses us while excusing the black continent and its rulers.

Whenever I hear people agitate for the freezing of Third World debt, I want to shout aloud for the freezing of those myriad overseas bank accounts held by black African leaders (President Mobutu of Zaire alone is believed to have squirreled away well over $10 billion).

Whenever apartheid is held up as a blueprint for evil, I want to mention Bokassa snacking on human remains, Amin clogging a hydro-electric dam with floating corpses, the President of Equatorial Guinea crucifying victims along the roadway from his airport.

Whenever slavery is dredged up, I want to remind everyone the Arabs were there before us, the native Ashanti and others were no slouches at the game, and it remains extant in places like the Ivory Coast.

Whenever I hear the Aids pandemic somehow blamed on western indifference, I want to point to the African native practice of dry sex, the hobby-like prevalence of rape and the clumps of despotic black leaders who deny a link between the disease and HIV and who block the provision of antiretrovirals.

And whenever Africans bleat of imperialism and colonialism, I want to campaign for the demolition of every road, college, and hospital we ever built to let them start again. It is time they governed themselves. Yet few play the victim card quite so expertly as black Africans; few are quite so gullible as the white liberal-left.

“On the eve of this millennium, Nelson Mandela and friends lit candles mapping the shape of their continent and declared the Twenty-first Century would belong to Africa. A pity that for every one Mandela there are over a hundred Robert Mugabes.”

So Britain had an empire and Britain did slavery. Boo hoo. Deal with it. Move on. Slavery ended here over two hundred years ago. More recently, there were tens of millions of innocents enslaved or killed in Europe by the twin industrialised evils of Nazism and Stalinism. My own first cousins—twin brothers aged sixteen—died down a Soviet salt mine. I need no lecture on eggplants and neck-irons. Most of us are descendents of both oppressors and oppressed; most of us get over it. Mind you, I am tempted by thoughts of compensation from Scandinavia for the wickedness of its Viking raids and its slaving-hub on the Liffe. As for the 1066 invasion of England by William the Bastard…

The white man’s burden is guilt over Africa (the black man’s is sentimentality), and we are blind for it. We have tipped hundreds of billions of aid-dollars into Africa without first ensuring proper governance. We encourage NGOs and food-parcels and have built a culture of dependency. We shy away from making criticism, tiptoe around the crassness of the African Union and flinch at every anti-western jibe. The result is a free-for-all for every syphilitic black despot and his coterie of family functionaries.

Africa casts a long and toxic shadow across our consciousness. It is patronised and allowed to underperform, so too its distant black diaspora. A black London pupil is excluded from his school, not because he is lazy, stupid or disruptive, but because that school is apparently racist; a black youth is pulled over by the police, not because black males commit over eighty percent of street crime, but because the authorities are somehow corrupted by prejudice.

Thus the tale continues. Excuse is everywhere and a sense of responsibility nowhere. You will rarely find either a black national leader in Africa or a black community leader in the west prepared to put up his hands and say It is our problem, our fault. Those who look to Africa for their roots, role-models and inspiration are worshipping false gods. And like all false gods, the feet are of clay, the snouts long and designed for the trough, and the torture-cells generally well-equipped.

I once met the son of a Liberian government minister and asked if he had seen video-footage of his former president Samuel Doe being tortured to death. ‘Of course’, he replied with a smile. ‘Everyone has’. They cut off the ears of Doe and force-fed them to him. His successor, the warlord Charles Taylor, was elected in a landslide result using the campaign slogan He killed my ma, he killed my pa, but I will vote for him. Nice people. Liberia was founded and colonised by black Americans to demonstrate what slave stock could achieve. They certainly showed us. Forgive my heretical belief that had a black instead of a white tribe earlier come to dominate South Africa, its opponents would not have been banished to Robben island. They would have been butchered and buried there.

When asked about the problem of Africa, Harold Macmillan suggested building a high wall around the continent and every century or so removing a brick to check on progress. I suspect that over entire millennia, the view would prove bleak and unvarying.

On the eve of this millennium, Nelson Mandela and friends lit candles mapping the shape of their continent and declared the Twenty-first Century would belong to Africa. Whatever. Meantime, the vast natural resources have been frittered and agricultural production since independence has halved. A pity that for every one Mandela there are over a hundred Robert Mugabes.

Visiting a state in west Africa a few years ago, I wandered onto a beach and marvelled at the golden sands and at the sunlight catching on the Atlantic surf. It allowed me to forget for a moment the local news that day of soldiers seizing a schoolboy and pitching him head-first into an operating cement-machine. Almost forget. Then I spotted a group of villagers beating a stray dog to death for their sport. A metaphor of sorts for all that is wrong, another link in a word-association chain that goes something like Famine… Drought… Overpopulation… Deforestation… Conflict… Barbarism… Cruelty… Machetes… Child Soldiers… Massacres… Diamonds… Warlords…Tyranny… Corruption… Despair… Disease… Aids… Africa.

Africa remains the heart of darkness.

Africa is hell.

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ANC Centenery,The Good, the Bad and the Great

The ANC is 100 years old today. From a struggle against power, to wielding it, we take a look at the past presidents of the ANC.


John Langalibalele Dube

DUBE was elected in absentia as the founding president of the South African Native National Council, which later became known as the African National Congress, in 1912.

Educated in the United States, Dube was one of the pioneering African leaders during the missionary era in the then Natal.

He was deeply influenced by Booker T Washington, by then the most prominent moderate African-American intellectual and leader in North America.

The success of Washington's Tuskegee Institute inspired Dube, on his return to South Africa, to form his own industrial school in Ohlange, near Durban - which is still in operation. He also established Ilanga lase Natal, a Zulu-language newspaper still in existence.

As ANC president, Dube mounted a stiff resistance campaign against the enactment of the Land Act of 1913 that severely limited land ownership by Africans. His contemporaries, however, felt he had compromised heavily on the principle of segregation when he led a delegation to London to protest against the draconian legislation.

Though he opposed the formation of the Union of South Africa in 1910, he was later perceived as having betrayed the struggle when, in 1930, he openly toyed with the idea of supporting the then government's discriminatory bills in the hope that this would result in more funding for development projects.

He had already been ousted in 1917.


Sefako Makgatho

NELSON Mandela named his son after Makgatho, a teacher educated in England, who was also a blood relative of the famed chief Sekhukhune of the Bapedi tribe.

He was president of the Transvaal Native Congress, which merged with other organisations to form the ANC. He was also a founder member of the Transvaal African Teachers' Association.

During his tenure the movement adopted many of its insignia and slogans. These include the black, green and gold colours, Mayibuye iAfrika (Africa must come back) as a slogan and Nkosi Sikelel'iAfrica as its anthem.

The ANC under Makgatho was viewed as mainly passive and characterised by petitions rather than resistance. But these should not negate Makgatho's own involvement in resistance campaigns. He led a successful campaign in Pretoria against a government regulation that banned Africans from walking on city pavements and confined them to tarred roads with passing vehicles a constant danger.

He also led resistance to the extension of pass laws to African women.

ZACHARIA MAHABANE (1924-1930 and 1937-1940)

Zacharia Mahabane

IT is difficult to understand why Mahabane served twice as ANC president, given his backward views on the right to universal franchise.

His official biography says he was called back to rescue a movement that had declined in membership under Pixley ka Isaka Seme. But Mahabane's willingness to compromise on the demand for Africans to be included in the common voters roll ultimately defined the crisis of the ANC at the time: a party led by missionary-educated, aristocratic Africans who were willing to accept the idea of a qualified franchise. Such an approach would not have resonated with the masses. Mahabane believed that a separate voters roll for Africans would have been acceptable if whites found the idea of a common voters roll too menacing.

JOSIAH GUMEDE (1927-1930)

Joshua Gumede

HIS stay in office was short-lived, largely because of his attempt to turn the ANC into a socialist party soon after visiting the Soviet Union.

"I have seen the world to come, where it has already begun. I have been to the new Jerusalem," he declared on his return from the communist country. This angered ANC aristocrats, who included chiefs and kings who were suspicious of communists and their opposition to monarchy. They conspired to oust him in 1930 and replace him with Seme.



ONE of the founding leaders of the ANC, he had served as the movement's first secretary in 1912.

His ultra-conservative and traditionalist views made him, in the eyes of chiefs and other party leaders, a perfect replacement for Gumede. But his attempts to turn the organisation into economic self-help units and to revive the House of Chiefs failed spectacularly.

In fact Seme so alienated the broader masses that Mahabane had to be brought back to revive an organisation in steady decline.

DR ALFRED B XUMA (1940-1949)


HE is often remembered in the ANC as the first party president to be ousted by the ANC Youth League, but what often gets left out is that it was under his leadership that the organisation began its march to becoming a mass-based liberation, as opposed to a club of the educated elite.

It was during his tenure as president that the ANC entered into a pact with the Natal and Transvaal Indian congresses - setting the foundation for non-racial struggles as well as the ANC's involvement in alliance politics.

The one-time school teacher, who later became a European-trained gynaecologist, was also at the helm of the ANC when the decision to form the youth league was taken.

But Mandela, Oliver Tambo and other youth league leaders later turned against him when Xuma refused to lead the organisation's disobedience campaign against racist laws.

DR JAMES MOROKA (1949-1952)


PROBABLY one of the worst ANC presidents, Moroka came to power on a youth league ticket - having been fetched from home by Mandela's group after they failed to find a suitable challenger to Xuma.

Arrested under the Suppression of Communism Act and with the prospect of a lengthy jail term looming, Moroka denounced the principles of non-racialism. He was summarily expelled from the ANC.



ANC headquarters in downtown Johannesburg are named after Luthuli and it is easy to understand why. A great thinker and a selfless leader, Luthuli's sacrifices and commitment to peace earned him the Nobel Peace Prize.

However, he angered some of the more militant members of the ANC with his insistence to adhere to non-violent protests. It was also on his watch that the Pan Africanists, led by Robert Sobukwe, broke away to form the Pan-African Congress.

OLIVER TAMBO (1967-1990)

Oliver Tambo

TAMBO's greatest achievement was to keep the ANC intact during its most trying period in history when it was banned and forced to operate from exile. Not many liberation movements re-emerge out of such an experience united.

In exile, Tambo had to deal with a number of serious challenges, including mutinies by members of the ANC's armed wing Umkhonto we Sizwe as well as an attempt by eight of its former senior leaders to form a breakaway party. Over and above this, the party had to deal with regular infiltration by apartheid state agents.

There were also countless arrests and murders of political activists, the June 1976 student uprisings and impatient calls for the ANC to take a more hardline stance to bring about freedom. But Tambo, a shrewd thinker, also had the foresight to realise when the time had arrived to begin talking to the ruling National Party to pave the way for democracy.

NELSON MANDELA (1990-1997)

Nelson Mandela

THE most famous and most decorated of ANC presidents, Mandela is a trained lawyer who spent 27 years in prison for fighting apartheid. He later became South Africa's first democratically elected president.

He was instrumental in setting up the ANC Youth League with Walter Sisulu and Anton Lembede when they grew impatient of the ANC's soft stance in the face of growing state aggression. He was arrested along with other political prisoners and charged in the famous Rivonia Trial, before being shipped off to Robben Island.

When the ANC was unbanned and he was released from prison, he adopted a more nonracial approach. Mandela had the difficult task of allaying minority fears of a black government and maintaining the ANC intact. He also initiated a massive reconstruction and development programme aimed at uplifting poor black communities.

He later delegated many of his executive duties to his deputy, Thabo Mbeki, who succeeded him both in the ANC and as head of state.

THABO MBEKI (1997-2007)

Thabo Mbeki

THE son of Rivonia trialist Govan Mbeki was educated at Sussex University during his more than three decades in exile. Highly intelligent, Mbeki was groomed for leadership from a young age. Tambo took him under his wing and passed on to Mbeki the traits necessary for running a successful political organisation.

When he became president in 1999, Mbeki pushed through more conservative macroeconomic policies and encouraged the accumulation of wealth by blacks through the policy of black economic empowerment. He surrounded himself with loyalists and flirted with controversial ideas, especially in respect of HIV/Aids.

Although the ANC grew during his tenure, Mbeki failed to read the initial signs of discontent among the rank and file. It would cost him dearly. It was also under his leadership that the rot that has set in in the ANC - the scramble for tenders and government contracts - began at local level.

In his second term, Mbeki alienated the ANC's alliance partners who criticised his leadership style and the economic policies of his government. But it was his treatment of his deputy, Jacob Zuma, that resulted in an uprising against him, with the youth league at the forefront. Zuma ousted him as ANC leader in Polokwane in 2007 and a year later the ANC removed him as president of the country following a court judgement in favour of Zuma, who was facing corruption charges.

JACOB ZUMA (2007-)

Jacob Zuma

ZUMA, who has no formal schooling, grew up as a herdboy in rural KwaZulu-Natal. He later joined the ANC and was imprisoned on Robben Island for 10 years. Zuma left the country after being released and went on to head ANC intelligence in Swaziland. Upon returning to the country he worked closely with Mbeki during negotiations that paved the way for democracy.

Zuma then led the organisation in KwaZulu-Natal, where he was instrumental in brokering peace between warring ANC and Inkatha Freedom Party members. He was elected deputy president of the ANC in 1997. Mbeki fired him as deputy president of the country in 2005 following the conviction of his former financial adviser, Schabir Shaik, for fraud. Zuma spectacularly toppled Mbeki two years later and took over as president in 2009.

In his four-year tenure as ANC president and in the two years that he has ruled the country, Zuma as alienated the youth league, some Cosatu leaders and powerful ANC figures. He has reshuffled his cabinet twice and has had some of his appointments successfully challenged in courts. Zuma will deliver the centenary address of a party highly divided, crippled by the sins of incumbency.

Under him the ANC also has to deal with a more disillusioned electorate and the growth of the Democratic Alliance, especially in traditional ANC areas.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

ANC Celebrates 100-Year History With Animal Sacrifice

7th January 2012

A bull bellowed in sacrifice on Saturday as South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) paid tribute to its ancestors and founding leaders, who 100 years ago paved the way for Nelson Mandela's rainbow nation.

President Jacob Zuma led the slaughter of a black bull in a ceremony on the second day of the African National Congress centenary festivities to celebrate its rich anti-apartheid legacy now tarnished by scandals and challenges.

'Today our leaders, traditional leaders and traditional healers, had to perform certain rituals before we get into serious business of celebration,' said Mr Zuma after the sacrifice at the church site where the ANC was founded in 1912.

'In other words, to remember our ancestors, to remember our own gods in a traditional way.' Overlooked by giant portraits of former leaders such as Mr Mandela, healers and cultural groups dressed in beads, porcupine head-dresses and animal skins sang, danced and prepared food as politics gave way to African drums and tradition.

Men run away from a cow ahead of its slaughtering at the traditional Cleansing and Thanksgiving ceremony at the historic Waaihoek Church in Bloemfontein on Jan 7, 2012.

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma (left) holds a spear, as US civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson (right) looks on, after a black bull was sacrificed as part of a cleansing ceremony ahead of the upcoming African National Congress (ANC) centenary celebration in Bloemfontein Jan 7, 2012

Women wearing traditional attire dance ahead of the upcoming African National Congress (ANC) centenary celebration in Bloemfontein Jan 7, 2012

Woman of the Pedi tribe dance during the Cleansing and Thanksgiving ceremony at the historic Waaihoek Church in Bloemfontein on Jan 7, 2012

A traditional healer performs a Cleansing and Thanksgiving ceremony in Bloemfontein on Jan 7, 2012.

Juju At It Again!

The centenary celebrations of the ANC must be viewed for what it is, the trigger for much worse to come.

 Reading what Julius has been saying over the past few days is most disconcerting to say the least. He is being ignored by most, just as was the case a year or two ago, when he was regarded as just a stupid kid. Now he is being disregarded because he was dispelled from the ANCYL. White South Africans truly are stupid themselves.

 He is busy stirring the pot like never before with statements like : "domestic workers get raped in the bedrooms of the baas & the madam. They're silent because they'll loose their job." and "We don't want to drive whites into the sea. In 10 years we want white domestic workers." He is urging the maids to rise up to their white employers and suggesting that in ten years from now the white women may be raped by their black employers." He is urging blacks to take up arms against the whites with statements like "Mandela said letters to the Queen doesn't help. Take up the weapon.
Ideas Is not gonna bring economic freedom." 

 This is blatant hate speech and he is openly urging blacks to take up arms against the whites. He is breeding hatred against whites by playing on the emotions of the
ignorant black masses suggesting the the black maids are suffering at the hands of their white masters, being raped and silenced.
In so doing he is, like the white liberal dogs, warranting the rape and murder of whites.

 Has anyone silenced him about these statements? Has any f*(7$%$ church in this country said anything about it? Has any human rights ass-licking spineless appeaser said anything about it? Even if Afriforum was to take him to court afterwards for having said it, would it make any difference to those ignorant uneducated blacks who took it to heart?

 The Rev. Keno Waters said on Twitter this morning "For the life me I never could understood why Malema's rhetoric found a home in many hearts... Till I moved to the racist Cape Town...", "It's sad that the only time a black man is taken seriously is when he calls for blood... Racism isn't important till the victim gets mad" and then just a few minutes ago he said "Just like Malcolm X, I do not advocate for killing. However, freedom from racism should be prioritized and sought 'by any means necessary'" So what is he saying other than that killing is the only way.

 I said in December 2010 that by June this year people would be shooting at each other in the streets, and I have been doubting my own interpretation of the future, based on what I knew then, versus what I know now, and if things continue along these lines I have no doubt that blood is going to flow very soon in this god-forsaken white liberal sold out wasteland called the New SA.

 I am finding it difficult to convey white South Africans of the danger that lies ahead, because I'm often accused, even by the &)(*& right wing volkstaters, that I'm a prophet of doom, but so be it. As long as I can reach only a few I'll be satisfied, I do not care for volkstaters anyway, because they do not care for anyone but themselves. But for the rest we need to take stock and we need to be awake, aware, and alert.

 Malema, Sexwale, white liberal trash and others have been manipulating people's perceptions of the past to control their thinking and drive it in a direction they want.

 ALWAYS REMEMBER that a white liberal is the same as any black radical, because they will always warrant the actions of the black radical in the name of so-called freedom and liberation. Malema is manipulating the perceptions of blacks, by painting a picture in their minds that black maids are being raped on a daily basis by their white employers, that whites have been stealing from the blacks, that talking is not good enough and that blacks should take up arms against the whites. Sexwale has been manipulating the minds of blacks by telling them that the white farmers have been driving the blacks from the farms and that is why we now have almost 3000 squatter camps in the country. Slowly but surely they have been building a case to hate whites to the extreme.

 There is now a million times more racial friction in this country than at any time in history, thanks to liberals, appeasers, the Malemas and Sexwales and others, deliberately instilling hatred in the hearts of the black masses. They want war, they want mass genocide against the whites, and it will happen, fortunately even the white liberals will experience it first hand.

 They are also manipulating the white right-wing, hoping that they would start it for them, because then they know the whole world and the local white liberal scum would support them when they move in and wipe out the whites. If they could get the whites to start the fight they would have won their greatest victory, because in the eyes of the world they would be warranted to stop the white revolt and they would be allowed and supported in wiping us all out.

 Hell is about to descend upon this country, the whites in particular and we had better realise it.

 The white liberals would try to convince you that there is no danger, no chance of genocide or civil war and that we have a great future ahead of us.

 The Volkstaters would try to convince you that there is no immediate danger, no chance of civil war and that there is sufficient time (another 20 to 30 years) for them to lead you to their Canaan so you should relax and leave your life and the life of your children in their capable trustworthy hands.

 But heed my words today if you want, I've been concerned for a long time, but I've never been as concerned as I am now.
We should not be sitting back, we should not be depending on politicians, liberals and idealists, we should not be allowing others to blindfold us as to the reality of the threat ahead, we should be planning and preparing ourselves in accordance with the realities of what is happening right in-front of our own eyes.

 Life in SA has changed, it is changing now and it is going to change for the worst, much worse than we could ever imagine. There is no time left for dreams, there is no time left to sit back and think it would all go away, it is time to get ready and prepare for that which everyone has been telling us would never happen. This is Africa, this is not the west where people negotiate and make deals, here they take what they ant, based on what their hearts and emotions tell them and those hearts are more filled with hate against the whites today than ever before.

 Heed the words of the Rev Keno Waters this morning "The only way to end racism is to kill a material number of whites."!/drprinsloo/posts/2978303737543

Friday, January 6, 2012

Criminal Admiral teaches youth about ethics and morals

Khanyisile Litchfield-Tshabalala
By Mike Smith
5th of January 2012

In 2004 liberals all over the world and especially the feminists were drooling all over Khanyisile Litchfield-Tshabalala when she became South Africa’s first female Admiral in the Navy.

A women just doesn’t get appointed like that overnight. She must have rendered some services during the 1980’s when she was an ANC commander at the Quatro training camp in Angola where the ANC tortured raped and killed their own people. Word is that she was the communist mattress for the ANC top brass at Quatro.
Be it as it may, it did not take long for her true low class colours to come out. She slapped a navy guard who wanted to search her vehicle, she defrauded the state by fraudulently claiming for a stolen laptop worth R15,000 that was not stolen at all and in Durban she claimed for a stay in a guest house that she never stayed in.
This is a woman who apparently has a masters degree in criminology.
After being convicted of fraud by a military court, she resigned, but withdrew her resignation to rather take a more lucrative golden handshake. She eventually left the Navy in 2008 in disgrace.

But she soon got another job as a “reservist” in the Department of Defence in Pretoria in 2010. This is in full contradiction of the law that states that no person appointed in a military reservist position should have a criminal record.
As we know. There are laws for the rest of us in SA and then there are laws for the ANC, who are actually above the law or a law onto themselves.
Now the Beeld Newspaper reported on 3rd of January 2012 that the darling of the feminists with her criminal record has been appointed as chief of the SANDF’s project to teach morals and ethics to younger citizens.
The report states that amongst other things, she teaches the youth discipline, not to commit crime and how to be a good role model.

With a degree in criminology and being a criminal herself, I am sure she has a lot to teach the youth about crime...or how not to get caught doing it.

Personally I cannot think of a worse role model for SA’s youth than Khanyisile Litchfield-Tshabalala, but this is the reality of the role models and leaders of the ANC government...
Criminals in charge as politicians
Criminals in charge of the Defence Force
Criminals in charge of the police
...and people ask why it is going so bad with South Africa.


White Women Lose Out

This is a victory for the black business lobby, which has been fighting to exclude white women from the job market’… writes ANC’s own newspaper....

White women would be the biggest losers once the broad-based black economic empowerment amendment bill was enacted as expected early next year, BEE specialist Andile Tlhoaele said on Monday. The proposed changes meant they would no longer be entitled to benefit from empowerment programmes as has been the case till now. This represents a victory for the black business lobby, which has been fighting for their exclusion.

White women would no longer be regarded as legitimate beneficiaries of black economic empowerment once imminent new laws come into effect, a member of a subcommittee of the presidential BEE advisory committee, Andile Tlhoaele, said in an interview.

The Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Amendment Bill eliminates all white people including the disabled.

“The definition of black people is now clear and aligned with the Constitution,” Tlhoaele said.

There has been widespread criticism that white women were benefitting disproportionately from black economic empowerment with their black counterparts relegated to the bottom rung of the drive to redress societal inequalities. The Black Management Forum has been leading the calls for white women to be excluded after it came to light that they were the fastest rising category of people in terms of employment equity.

Tlhoaele said the inclusion of white women had been abused. This had defeated the aim of true inclusivity.

Now that the B-BBEE Act would take precedence over other legislation relating empowerment, enterprises would no longer be able to claim employment equity points for white women. Employment equity is a key element of the B-BBEE scorecard used to rate empowerment credentials.

The Employment Equity Act still has white women as a designated group for affirmative action purposes.

Tlhoaele said proposed changes to BEE legislation would go a long in ensuring that growing numbers of previously disadvantaged South Africans were drawn into the mainstream economy.

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies gazetted the Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Amendment Bill two weeks ago and gave members of the public 60 days to make submissions. Another highlight of the amendments has been the criminalisation of the practice of misrepresenting BEE credentials, known as fronting.

In terms of the proposed amendments, those involved in fronting could face jail terms of up to 10 years or be fined 2%-10% of annual turnover depending on the seriousness of the incident. In addition, contracts awarded to guilty companies could be cancelled.

Further, the amended law requires the government and its agencies to comply. The auditor-general will audit and report on BEE compliance for government departments.

Stock exchange-listed companies will be required to submit annual reports to the B-BBEE Commission, which the amendments propose. The commission’s function would include supervising adherence to the act.

It would further receive and investigate complaints relating to B-BBEE, and maintain a registry of major empowerment transactions. “The proposals are a bold move and demonstrate government’s commitment to ensure successful implementation of BEE,” Tlhoaele said. “The Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Amendment Bill closes many loopholes in the current BEE Act – a move that is long overdue.”

Oh yes - and of course this is NOT racist at all - it is not racist to refuse a man or a woman a job based on the colour of their skin, no not at all - it is not discrimination at all if the best man or woman cannot be appointed based on the colour of their skin, NO NOT AT ALL - at least not in the new south africa, where are all those who fought so bravely to forcefully install this regime upon this country? Why are they SO QUIET now?

Thursday, January 5, 2012

A Year Long Party - ANC Style.

The ANC Governmunt party expects 46 heads of state to attend the three days of celebrations that start Friday, with 100 000 supporters expected to flood into the normally placid central city of Bloemfontein.

Events include a golf tournament - fair enough , a ritual cleansing ceremony and animal sacrifice at the church where the party was founded in 1912.

A religious row has erupted on the eve of the ANC’s centenary celebrations over the party’s plans to slaughter a cow and commune with the ancestors this weekend.

African Christian Democratic Party leader Rev Kenneth Meshoe has turned down his invitation as an opposition party leader to attend the festivities in the belief that invoking the spirits of dead leaders will have “devastating consequences for the country”.

Instead he planned to join other Christian groups outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria today for a 5pm prayer and worship ceremony to “dedicate South Africa to the living God, Jesus Christ”.

ANC chaplain-general Vukile Mehana said he was asking Meshoe to “pray deeply and reflect correctly so that he may reconsider his decision and be part of this historic event of the celebration of the liberation of our people”.

“If the good reverend is not going to honour the invitation simply because of his fundamentalist Christian beliefs, that will show that he is practising religious intolerance – a behaviour which is totally unacceptable and a direct contravention of our constitution as well as the fundamental values and principles of Christianity,” Mehana said.

The centenary celebrations were not about “worshipping ancestors”. and it was “mischievous and misleading” to suggest the ANC favoured one particular faith over others.

“What Reverend Meshoe must learn and understand is that the centenary celebrations are not about worshipping ancestors.

“However, through the ceremonies and services which form part of the centenary programme, the ANC will venerate the spirit of those who were part of its history… there is nothing wrong with the inclusion of African religious beliefs and practices.”

But Meshoe was not persuaded. “Because I love my country I cannot associate with dedicating it to dead people.”

He urged all Christians and other South Africans “who love the country” to join in prayer “to do what is right, because what the ANC is doing is wrong”.

He noted that ANC chairwoman Baleka Mbete had said they would invoke the spirits of the ancestors to come help the country. “My only concern is that it will have devastating consequences for South Africa.”

Meshoe claimed the quake in Haiti showed the dangers of invoking spirits and that Nigeria was suffering economically because the country was “dedicated to the ancestors”.