Saturday, July 20, 2013

How Liberals' Denialism Bred A Culture of Entitlement Among SA Blacks

The Tshwane Metro is paying too much for goods in order to benefit certain providers. They pay R4,320 for a 40mm galvanised pipe that could be purchased for R439.

Well someone has to take care of the poor blacks who were given Black Economic Empowerment companies with huge Government contracts to get them started.

Did you know that according to liberals this is how it worked in the days of the NP, pre-1994?

According to liberals whites were given such preferential treatment, while blacks were not.

Remember that according to liberals white South Africans kept blacks locked up in cages and we are said to have gone hunting blacks on Sundays just for the hell of it. That is what liberals have always been telling the outside world.

According to liberals blacks were denied opportunities in SA. Blacks, according to them, were denied jobs, blacks were even denied school education and were not allowed to attend universities.

According to liberals whites were all made rich by the NP government, we were given houses for free together with free water and electricity.

According to liberals our children went to school and universities for free and all white school leavers were allowed into university, even if they did not graduate with a matric.

Yes that is what the liberals have been telling the world over the decades.

It is for this reason that blacks today feel it is their turn and they are entitled to enjoy what the whites supposedly enjoyed, because the liberals told them it is the right thing to do.

Liberals have been telling blacks that whites made school standards so high, because they wanted to make it extra difficult for blacks to pass, while quietly passing the whites to give them the edge above blacks and to make the blacks look stupid. Apparently all the world-renowned white engineers, scientists, doctors and academics that were produced in South Africa were just given their qualifications, because they were white. That is the message liberals having passing along to blacks and the outside world.

So to get back at whites for the nasty things they did to blacks according to liberals, blacks under the guidance and advice of liberals, have placed a total ban on white employment, access to tertiary education, business ownership, land ownership, government contracts, etc.

Liberals bred this culture of entitlement. Because of what liberals taught blacks and told the outside world, whites are now being forced to give their land, their businesses and everything else they "were given by the NP" to blacks, because blacks also deserve a turn to score from their own race card.

Are you aware that blacks have been under the impression that credit cards were given to whites by the NP government with unlimited spending facilities? That's what liberals told them.

You see, people often get upset when I tell them I do not hate blacks, because I hate liberals. Blacks were brainwashed by liberals. Children believe anything they are told by someone they respect, consider wise, or older. Liberals, playing on the emotions of blacks, presented themselves as the daddies, the saviours of blacks, thereby gaining their respect and trust. Liberals manipulated the minds of blacks to control their perception of their reality. The average worker-class blacks, in their naivety, believed what liberals told them as gospel.

The black youth of today actually believe that whites forced their grand-fathers and grand-mothers to work in their gardens and homes for free and that whites went to parks over weekends to assault blacks for fun and that blacks had no legal recourse. That is what was put in their heads by liberals. 

The curse of this country, and this world, is not the black, not the Indian, not the coloured, not the white, but these damn pesky liberals who manipulated the minds of blacks to control their perception of whites and pre-1994, so-called Apartheid, RSA. 

There is no more evil being placed on earth than a liberal. Liberals formulated and sold the concepts of Black Economic Empowerment and Affirmative Action to blacks, because it suited the liberal agenda.

Do I hate blacks? No I grew up with them, so I most certainly do not hate blacks, but I do hate what they have become as a result of the evil manipulation of liberals.

If one understands the traditions, culture, the mind and behavior of black one would expect them to run rampant in an undisciplined environment, where their traditions and culture were destroyed, which is exactly what we have in SA today, anarchy, thanks to the destructive efforts of liberals.

If a parent always tells the child that stealing is fine, because daddy always writes a cheque to make it go away, one should not hate the child for thinking there is nothing wrong with stealing, one should hate the parent for teaching him it is ok, because daddy would take care of it.

A parent that always makes excuses for the undisciplined delinquent behavior of his child, is breeding a criminal adult. Political correctness is a means of making excuses for the undisciplined behavior of certain groups, usually blacks. In so doing blacks are allowed to get away with everything and anything. Liberals with their political correctness are therefore to blame for the uncontrolled behavior of blacks world-wide, because they always get away with everything. 

Liberals are the daddies of the blacks. The daddies who always taught their children that everyone else on earth are always wrong, everyone else are always against them and just being nasty and that they, the blacks, are always right, always good and they are just being oppressed for being smarter than whites.

When whites, Afrikaners, Portuguese, Greeks, Germans, do something wrong like, rape, murder or defraud, the liberal media will always make a point of stressing the fact that they are white and of a particular language and culture, but when the same crime was committed by a black, the media will never mention colour and culture and avoid it at all cost. 

By so doing, doing the politically correct thing, liberals have been telling blacks, it is ok, they are entitled to crime, because their liberal daddies will protect them by hiding and denying their sins and wrongs. 

Crime statistics in South Africa are 100% untrustworthy for this reason and this reason alone.

Denialism and political correctness are both tacit approval and the single most important perpetrators of the murders, rapes, violent crime and corruption in South Africa. By denying that we have a rape problem, a murder problem, a high-jacking and juvenile delinquency problem we are actually stating that we have no problem. 

If there is not problem there is no reason to address anything now is there. This being the case, nothing is being done about crime in SA. If the SA Police were to suddenly start publicising and implementing plans to curb farm murders, the whole world would turn around and ask, but why? Why, if you do not have a farm murder problem, are you implementing these draconian measures to address something that, according to you and your statistics, does not exist?

It stands to reason then that even if they would like to, this regime, together with their police and liberal advisers, dare not do anything to curb crime, because it would be a clear give-away, an admission that they dare not allow. For the sake of tourism and business, they cannot afford it.

The image and perceptions that liberals deliberately created about pre-1994 RSA must be upheld at all costs, to make the New SA under this evil ANC movement and their liberal-created-god Nelson Mandela seem like a much better place.

So, does anyone still blame me for hating liberals as much as I do?

I hate any damn liberal with a passion beyond anyone's comprehension. They are the curse of this world.

Arms Deal Kingpin Was 'Tipped Off'

Fana Hlongwane, a former state adviser central to the arms deal probe, was evidently tipped off his office and home would be raided by the Scorpions

Fana Hlongwane was allegedly paid R65-million in arms deal bribes.
And, although he should be central to the current commission's probe, apparently he cannot be found and has been removed from the list of witnesses that was released this week.
Because of the tip-off, four box-loads of evidence were allegedly removed from the politically connected consultant's Johannesburg office just hours before the raids early in December 2008. It is unclear who tipped Hlongwane off. The raids were part of the Scorpions' investigation into arms deal corruption.
At the end of 2011, President Jacob Zuma appointed a commission of inquiry under Judge Willie Seriti to investigate allegations of corruption surrounding the multibillion-rand arms deal. The commission's public hearings are scheduled to start on August 5, with not one of the 12 witnesses originally called invited to testify.
Seriti announced a revised 24-person list earlier this week that includes former president Thabo Mbeki, former defence minister Mosiuoa Lekota and his deputy Ronnie Kasrils, the trade and industry minister at the time of the arms deal, Alec Erwin, and the then finance minister, Trevor Manuel.
The Mail & Guardian has been told that this session of the hearings will be a scenesetter and witnesses will not be cross-examined on allegations that have emerged.
The original list of witnesses consisted mostly of whistle-blowers on corruption surrounding the arms deal. It included Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille, retired banker Terry Crawford-Browne, former ANC MP Andrew Feinstein, businessperson Richard Young and DA MP David Maynier. Hlongwane, who was the former special adviser to the late defence minister Joe Modise, from 1995 to 1998, was also on the list.
Earlier this year, Seriti claimed Hlongwane could not be traced and, therefore, had not been issued with a subpoena.
Crawford-Browne, who took Zuma to court and forced his hand in appointing the commission, is unimpressed with the new line-up.
"It seems evident to me that the schedule announced is just more foot-dragging and cover-up, and further evidence of still more bad faith and male fide," Crawford-Browne said.
The claim that Hlongwane was tipped off emerged in an email written by former Scorpions investigator Isak du Plooy to his senior colleagues, including the head of the Asset Forfeiture Unit, Willie Hofmeyr, and the then state prosecutor, Billy Downer, following the raids. Du Plooy's email was seen by the M&G this week.
Du Plooy established that, at 2am on the morning of the dawn raid, five cars arrived at the Hlongwane Consulting offices.
"One lady and four guys entered Hlongwane Consulting and came out with four big boxes, loaded the boxes in the cars and left again at 3.30am," he wrote in his email dated December?18 2008.
Hlongwane is central to the allegations of corruption surrounding the arms deal. The Serious Fraud Office in the United Kingdom alleged he was paid £5-million (about R65-million at the time) in connection with South Africa's purchase of 52 Hawk trainer aircraft and Saab Gripen fighter jets.
Two payments of commission to Hlongwane were authorised just before South Africa signed the final contracts in 1999.
The contract was awarded to a consortium headed by British Aerospace (BAE) Systems, but the British defence giant was unable to produce satisfactory evidence of legitimate services performed by their agents.
When the covert payments were made to the agents, Hlongwane was still working for Modise, although he later resigned from this post.
Hlongwane is alleged to have received payments through a number of financial vehicles, according to Serious Fraud Office documents seen by the M&G. These included payments through BAE and Sanip, a local company set up by BAE and Swedish company Saab, as well as two covert vehicles, Arstow Commercial Corporation, registered in the British Virgin Islands, and Commercial International Corporation, registered in Jersey.
Although the now defunct Scorpions, formally known as the Directorate of Special Operations, clearly had Hlongwane in its sights, few documents were seized in the raids on his premises.
In his email, Du Plooy wrote that, after the Scorpions raided, he had tried to meet a security guard at Hlongwane Consulting in Illovo but the guard did not turn up for the  appointment.
However, the investigator established that, at 2am, five people entered the offices, appeared with four boxes and left 90 minutes later.
Also, little documentation was seized at Hlongwane's luxurious house in Hyde Park during another raid on the same day, Du Plooy said. Evidence had allegedly been removed from his house before the raid.
Du Plooy said in the email he had followed up on an article that had appeared in the Citizen about the raids. In it, Chris Bathembu wrote about the alleged removal of documents from Hlongwane's house on December 1 2008.
'Absolute rubbish'
Du Plooy claimed he spoke to the reporter who told him to contact the former editor of the Financial Mail andBusiness Day and managing director of Times Media, Stephen Mulholland, who lived in the same street as Hlongwane.
But Bathembu, who now works for the Government Communication and Information System, said this week he had not spoken to the Scorpions investigator.
Du Plooy wrote in the email that he had contacted Mulholland, who said he had not seen the removal of any evidence from Hlongwane's house but had heard about it from his friends in his street. They claimed there had been "a lot of activity" between 1am and 3am at Hlongwane's house, shortly before the dawn raid.
Hlongwane's lawyer, Christo Stockenstrom, said the allegations that his client had been tipped off and had removed evidence before the raids was "absolute rubbish".
"It is a load of nonsense. The Scorpions phoned me from the premises and said they were going to raid. They asked me to come and open up for them."
Stockenstrom said that the accusations that his client had taken bribes were false.
"He was simply paid money for services rendered," he said.
But Saab admitted in 2011 that BAE Systems had irregularly channelled payments to a South African consultant, who is believed to be Hlongwane. BAE has denied the payments made were bribes.
Du Plooy, who is now a forensics manager at Deloitte, declined to comment on the raids. "I am sorry but I just can't say anything," he said.
The investigator quit his job shortly after he wrote the email.
Du Plooy was one of the lead investigators on the investigation into Zuma, and there were fears that after his departure from the Scorpions this prosecution might be compromised.
The charges brought against Zuma were eventually dropped by the National Prosecuting Authority in 2009.