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Article compiled and posted by: White Nation correspondent Cape Town August 20   2019












POLITICAL ANALYSTS  say that conditions in South Africa are now deteriorating by the day, and the bad conditions are now putting residents at the same level as in Zimbabwe. South Africa – before 1994 and the British onslaught- was a prosperous country with plenty to eat and plenty to share. There was work for all and poverty was at a low level.  The country was a major producer, manufacturer , inventor and exporter. BUT the greed of world powers for the riches of the country- the treason from the bank-rolled National Party Broederbond rubble and Britain’s constant malicious propaganda and contel-pro style operations through their fake NGO’s and satanic churches saw to it that the country was pushed into damnation and the  total financial apocalypse the country now experience. South Africa since 1994 was invaded by the worst kind of les miserable incompetents ever to play “government. ” But that suited the British ‘establishment’s” destructive plundering agenda well. 


SA has never been in a more dire situation, not since the sanctions years. The currency is in free-fall, the economy is perilously dangling over a cliff and for the first time we are talking openly – and even longingly – about the possibility of an IMF rescue package. The villain of the piece, Jacob Zuma, like a lowing hyena relishing the sight of a carcass, is meanwhile watching and enjoying the destruction he has wrought. Scarier still is the fact that storm clouds seem to be gathering on the international economic front. Experts have been warning for some time that the world economy is due a recession. Now a world recession, were it to happen, would flatten us. SA is therefore facing a double whammy – a failing economy in the teeth of a possible world recession – at a time when the president himself seems in serious trouble.

The police service that has lost thousands of rounds of ammunition without any action being taken against the culprits indicates the dire security situation that prevails. The country’s Defense Force was evaluated by experts about two years ago and it was found that its hitting power is now no better than it was in the 1930s when the the Air Force had more pilots than are currently employed after the best ones have already left the country. The prospect that the government now wants to activate the so-called “National Health Plan” means that two things are waiting for the Westerners in the country: That is, they will eventually no longer have a Medical Aid, and secondly, the health plan will follow the same route as Eskom, Denel, SABC, SAA, and others that are under state control. Experts warn that the ANC regime’s efforts to “uplift” its supportive electorate have caused the quality and sustainability of services to collapse in all areas.


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The so-called “upliftment “ of “providing an equal health service to everyone” is a way to ‘benefit’ the unemployed at the expense of the Westerners through the planned health service, people are denied the right to belong to an independent, non-government-controlled medical scheme, and billions of rand are now being spent to establish a communist system of health services.  No-one is against universal health care. We are against universal health care managed by the same greedy idiots that socked us Eskom, Prasa, Transnet, Denel, SAA, Sapo, SABC, SANRAL, the SSF (strategic fuel fund) and the State Capture. “Zuma’s plan, that so astounded us with its ignorance of basic reality, was to spend R1-trillion, once, on a system built by highly qualified nuclear reactor engineers.” “Ramaphosa’s plan is to spend almost R1-trillion, every two to four years, forever & forever, on a system built by the same incompetent ANC card-waving”cadres who brought you Life Esidimeni.”The state is too broken and looted empty to blunder on with universal healthcare. Flights of healthcare fancy are for another time.


The thing that depresses us, however, is not the crude idiocy of the ANC’s endless schemes to crush SA’s economy. We’re used to that, now. What gets us is the cynicism – and inevitable success – of low-grade cons like the nuclear build and NHI. Because that’s what they are. Long before they are bricks and mortar, even before they are angry headlines, they are money in the bank for connected cadres. The nuclear build was never going to happen. The NHI might evaporate. But simply by stating its intention to pursue them, the state sprays money at consultants, lawyers, auditors, even catering firms to feed the people roaming around empty veld doing half-arsed feasibility studies. Ramaphosa doesn’t have to build a single clinic for inter-generational wealth to flood through the patronage system. It’s a perfect” bait-and-switch. “ While we stare in horror at impossible figures, they quietly pocket improbable figures; and when the whole thing goes away, we’re too busy bracing for the next crisis to do the sums. After all, what’s a few hundred million spent to decide that trillions weren’t feasible? Hell, that sounds like a win for the common people. So on they go; the same players, playing the same game. Some say: “Heh heh heh.” Some say: “Watch this space.” But in the end they’re all saying the same thing: pay up, suckers.

Investors have been dumping South African government bonds at a rate of almost R2 billion ($132 million) a day in August. With issuance increasing and a downgrade to junk a looming possibility, non-residents have sold a net R14.4 billion of the debt in August so far, according to JSE data compiled by Bloomberg. That’s an average of R1.8 billion a day. The sales have wiped out inflows at a time when the country needs foreign investment to close a current-account deficit that was equivalent to 2.9% of gross domestic product in the first quarter. The frantic regime  increased the amount of local-currency debt sold at weekly auctions by 37% last week to help pay for a R128 billion bailout for Eskom, the state-owned failing electricity company. That will push up borrowing and widen the budget deficit, placing the country’s last-remaining investment-grade rating at risk. Moody’s Investors Service, which rates South Africa’s debt at Baa3, is reviewing its assessment in November. South Africa now literally is driving  down the financial highway to hell itself with a bunch of very incompetent fools at the controls.



Magnus Heystek (@MagnusHeystek) Tweeted:
It’s time for ordinary South Africans to realize that the ANC is after YOUR money, assets and property. Get angry and get involved! Join one of the many bodies fighting for your rights…FMF, SA IIR,AFRIFORUM, OUTA. ETC. Ignore commentators who say:”Everything’s OK”. It’s not.. (…/status/1163283800333246464…)

Just north of our border, 2.5-million Zimbabweans are now food insecure and face an awful and uncertain future. By 2020, 5.5-million people will need food assistance. We must learn from this what happens when you gamble with your country’s food security. Elsewhere, Venezuela has become a failed state thanks to a socialist government still clinging to the dream of a system that hasn’t worked anywhere else throughout history. The ANC kleptocracy don’t seem to be paying too much attention to this either. But even more pertinent right now is the situation in Argentina, where the largest IMF loan in history has forced spending cuts on to the country that are entirely beyond their control. This is what happens when a popular, supposedly business-friendly president (does this sound familiar?) fails to revive a flagging economy. He ends up with no choice but to go hat in hand to the only source of a bailout and accept whatever conditions they impose. Argentina’s currency has been smashed into the ground, and its crippled economy is being managed by remote control. Will the greedy ANC kleptocracy  learn from these examples? Judging by the issues that occupy the bulk of its time – and therefore most of our daily discourse – we are  not convinced it will.

South Africa’s whole health sector falling in tatters

The whole of South Africa should be concerned about the decline in medical standards. In the past South Africa was widely regarded as a leading country in the world of medicine. Now State hospitals are dying houses and slaughterhouses; medical schemes and private hospitals money-generating businesses. Chris Barnard and his team’s first ever heart transplant at Groote Schuur Hospital (still regarded as one of the 30 most important medical achievements world-wide) is maybe the single most remembered of these achievements, but there are numerous others:
– The Full-body X-ray scanner was developed by Lodox Systems, the only X-ray image of up to 1,83m in length in just 13 seconds.
– The bollard, an implantable expanding rivet, was developed by a group of CSIR scientists in 1982, comprising Peter Mundell, Dr Michael Hunt and Dr Angus Strover. The rivet is used in conjunction with a prosthetic ligament for repair of knee ligament injuries. The device is made from carbon fiber and reinforced polysulfone.
– The CSIR’s Gene Expression and Biophysics group generated the first induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) in Africa. The ability to grow these stem cells has revolutionized the way researchers can investigate and understand disease.
– The Computed Axial Tomography Scan, or CAT Scan, was developed by Cape Town physicist Allan Cormack and his associate Godfrey Hounsfield.
– The Smartlock Safety Syringe was invented by a group of designers from the Vaal University of Technology. This syringe provides improved protection against the transmission of blood borne diseases such as Ebola and HIV through needle-stick injuries.

The ANC, in it’s warped ‘wisdom’ decided to actively change the ‘euro-centric healthcare’ of South Africa. The result was dilapidated state hospitals, second-rate health services, poorly trained doctors and nursing staff- and a whole population suffering as a result. It all started with Minister Manto Msimang’s statement that Aids could be treated with beetroot and the African potato. Almost immediately scores of white doctors and nurses left for New Zeeland, Australia, Canada and Great Britain. By 2006 the ANC stepped up their quota system of limiting white medical students in favor of black African students. At the universities of Cape Town, Free State, Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal, Pretoria, Stellenbosch, Walter Sisulu and Wits white students were dropped to 430 applicants in total out of 1447 admissions. Black African students were promoted to 673.

The quota medical systems soon escalated. The laughable situation arose where 8300 black “prospects” flocked to UKZN for the 250 places in the medical school. UKZN responded by allowing only 2% white students and admitting 69% black Africans for MBChB studies, the rest being Colored and Indian. To further complicate matters the government openly started advocating the use of Cuban doctors in South Africa and the training of additional black African doctors in Cuba. Cuba, of course, ranks behind all western countries in medical standards and even after countries such as India and Morocco, coming in at number 40. (South Africa, incidentally, does not even rank anymore). The World Health Organization and the United Nations concurred that it was impossible for Cuba to purchase equipment, medicines and laboratory materials produced by the United States or covered by United States patents. The report highlights the dilapidated conditions of some hospitals that are accessible to regular Cubans by pointing to the bleak conditions of hospital rooms and the filthy conditions of the facilities. The report also addressed the quality of care available to Cubans by arguing that patient neglect was a common phenomenon. Finally, in discussing the infant mortality rate, the report highlights the government’s alleged efforts to promote abortions of potentially infirm fetuses and other alleged government efforts to manipulate the rate.

Cuba is obliged to make payments in cash and in advance, and is precluded from obtaining credit funding, even from private sources. The sale and transportation of the goods require licenses to be obtained for each transaction. Cuba cannot use its own merchant fleet for transporting these goods, but has to make use of vessels from third countries. Graduates of Cuba’s Escuela Latinoamericana de Medicina, or ELAM, are “gravely deficient” in their preparation to practice medicine, the head of Costa Rica’s most celebrated medical school reported. Of the 138 graduates who failed the medical licensing exams in Costa Rica, 59 were graduates of ELAM, said Ricardo Boza Cordero, director of the medical program at the University of Costa Rica. According to Boza, the students were largely behind in fundamental areas including pediatrics and gynecology-obstetrics, and failed to achieve passing scores in the 11 exams administered.SOS International raised concern about Cuba training 20,000 foreign doctors and nurses from primarily Africa per year.  Yet, even this month, another 25 Cuban doctors arrived in South Africa according to Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu. Mahlangu said there are currently 400 South African medical students being trained in Cuba. On 7 February 2013, 187 of 1 200 black South African students studying medicine in Cuba launched a strike, demanding a more than 300% stipend increase, the appointment of a South African health attache in Cuba and that they not be served pork meals. Some students were expelled after neglecting their studies even by Cuban standards.


Raiding the pension funds

BUT bungling up the medical aid schemes is not the only destructive agenda the ANC commi dregs are planning.  The ANC’s economic policy guru has reiterated the party’s desire for the government to raid private and public pension funds to raise money to rescue ailing state-owned enterprises (SOE’s) and meet its financial obligations. Enoch Godongwana, head of the party’s economic transformation subcommittee, said the asset management industry, which includes pension funds, insurers and other investors, is sitting on R6-trillion under management and should ‘lend some of this’ to the state. He said this was a better option than approaching the International Monetary Fund (IMF) or World Bank for a bailout. “Why would you go to the IMF and the World Bank and go and raise money when we have sufficient savings in the economy which you can borrow, probably far cheaper, and probably with little exchange rate risk?” he said in an interview with the Sunday Times last week.

Godongwana said while the ANC investigation into prescribed assets was ongoing, his wish for government to raise money from pension funds was not a pronouncement on the prescription of assets through legal means. “Borrowing from domestic markets is not prescribed assets, that is a separate investigation,” he said. Zingiswa Losi, president of Cosatu, said: “If government is going that route it will be better than us going to the IMF, which would mean our sovereignty as a country is also at risk.” “What we want to see is assurances that the money is going to be used for its intended purposes and not corruption, and there will be guaranteed returns.”


Asset managers are opposed to asset prescription, which would compel entities such as pension funds to invest a portion of their savings in SOE’s and government bonds. Leon Campher, CEO of the Association for Savings and Investment SA (Asisa), said that “prescribed assets would force the savings and investment industry to deploy the savings of ordinary South Africans into entities that have over the recent past been mired in state capture and lack of delivery. As custodians of these savings we have to oppose this.” He said prescription would see the industry investing in high-risk entities that yield low returns, which would erode the value of those investments over time. “Prescription would also have a negative impact on the country’s credit rating,” Campher said. Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka said there are two possible pools of funding that the government could consider before approaching the IMF. The first is the R2-trillion that the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) invests on behalf of civil servant pension funds, as well as unemployment insurance monies and the like. This could be used to buy Eskom bonds, which would assist Eskom to cut its R400bn debt and stem the drain on public finances.

The other option is more contentious and was a route the previous government took when it was ostracized financially by the rest of the world. It passed a law that stipulated pension funds had to invest in state entities. When the ANC came to power in 1994, it abolished this law and replaced it with regulation 28 of the Pension Funds Act, which caps the amount of offshore investment allowed by such funds to 25%, with 10% to be invested in the rest of Africa. Quid pro quo. Wierzycka suggested that the government review this regulation and allow for 40% offshore investment. In exchange, “you invest 20% of your pensions and savings in government debt. Given that SA has to pay relatively high interest rates in order to attract lenders, it’s not unattractive, provided that there is no default [on debt repayments by the government].” However, these options would have to be deployed “in a very stringent framework with other compensation and risk controlling mechanisms and independent monitoring so that the money isn’t squandered”.

Wayne McCurrie of FNB Wealth and Investments said that while he was not advocating asset prescription, that option was better than going to the IMF for a bailout. “If things get so bad that your choices are either IMF or Eskom goes bankrupt, or prescribed assets, what’s the worst? The worst one is not prescribed assets,” he said. McCurrie said if this became law, the prescribed threshold would not be more than 5% of assets that fund managers would have to invest in SOE’s and government bonds. “If 3% of your pension fund, including government pension funds, is invested by law in an unproductive asset, is that worse than going to the IMF, or Eskom going bankrupt and being unable to keep the lights on?” he asked. Andrew Canter, CIO of Futuregrowth Asset Management, said compelling pension funds to invest in national development was unnecessary as there was no shortage of money for that. “If there are enough investment opportunities, well-structured, well-considered infrastructure projects, government schemes, government plans or SOE’s, there is plenty of money to fund them as there always has been. SOE’s, when they are well run, can access finance in large size.”Prescription is dangerous and would be very disruptive to the way capital markets, which are a national asset, work,” he said. “We’re very hostile to prescription, we think it’s a terrible idea.”

He said current regulations compel pension funds to invest 75% of their assets in the country. “That means 75% of the money of pension funds is in the country and ready to invest in SA. How hard is that?” Fears of an IMF bailout and prescribed assets come as an increasing number of business leaders warn of the distress SA’s economy is in. Sipho Pityana, president of Business Unity SA, last week warned of the fallout of any IMF bailout, which would come with onerous conditions, such as those imposed on Greece, where thousands of jobs were lost after it sought aid. “We shouldn’t be under any illusion. that the spectre of an IMF is very, very real unless we actually rein in our costs ourselves,” he said. Nedbank CEO Mike Brown said business leaders need to speak out “to try create an environment where we do implement the changes that are required, and take the medicine ourselves to step back from the fiscal cliff as opposed to crashing into an IMF bailout, which will be significantly more painful for all South Africans”.

A former senior government official said a default on debt by any of the major SOE’s, such as Sanral or SAA, could trigger lenders calling in their loans, leaving the government scrambling to find the money quickly. “But with the ANC worried about the loss of sovereignty that would come with an IMF bailout, I can tell you it would never be an easy decision. There is an aversion in ANC circles to an IMF programme or help.” “Even JZ [Jacob Zuma], he understood that’s the lowest point you can reach as a country. In his carelessness and recklessness, he knew that point is a no-go area.”

No magic bullet

Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago said in an informal briefing with the media last week that SA “is not there yet” in terms of requiring IMF aid. “The IMF is so terrible,” he said. “They give the patient such terrible medication that the patient dies. Only if the patient ate the vegetables, they wouldn’t need to take the medication.” By the time a country has debt problems or balance-of-payment challenges, when it is unable to fund its imports, “it may be that it has not eaten its vegetables – you didn’t contain expenditure, you didn’t take adequate measures on the revenue side, you allowed your fiscal deficit to run, you allowed your central bank to finance the deficit and monetize that deficit and in the process inflation had gone up, you allowed external imbalances to build up,” said Kganyago. Bloomberg reported that the IMF doesn’t see a balance-of-payments problem in SA meaning there’s no need for IMF support. Wierzycka said: “My biggest concern is who is applying their minds about what we should be doing? We don’t have an economic think-tank. We have a government focused on internal factional fighting.” Pityana said the over-indebtedness of SA’s public sector continues unabated with banks “coerced” to extend more loans to state entities, including the government. “Already banks in SA have an exposure of about R1-trillion to the South African state entities and the public sector in general.” He said there was a risk that banks may stop lending or increase interest rates on loans to the government as they try to comply with the prudent lending standards set by the Reserve Bank.

Decisive action at SOE’s is necessary.

You’re beginning to hear people talking about salaries not being paid, the SABC not being able to supply good programmes, all of this has the hallmarks of what we saw in Greece and in other countries.” Asked how long he thinks we have before an IMF bailout is the country’s only option, Brown said: “When people go bankrupt or run out of money, which is effectively the issue from a state point of view, it happens very slowly for a long period and then suddenly very quickly at the end.” “SA still has sufficient window to deal with its problems, but we can’t kick the can down the road any longer.” Canter said: “There is no magic bullet with prescription, there is no magic bullet with the IMF, there is no magic bullet from anywhere except to run the government better.”



Paying “Labola” for “Nyani” little favors


A written reply to the Free State Provincial Legislature by the MEC for Agriculture and Rural Development William Bulwane has shed light on a series of donations made by the provincial department to various beneficiaries, including other Free State departments, in the form of cattle. The reply detailed that the department donated hundreds of thousands of rands’ worth of cattle since 2009. The cattle were donated for purposes including catering at funeral services of needy families, provincial government officials and those associated with them. In one instance, a cow was donated for the funeral of a government worker who is still alive. Bulwane’s reply to a question from member of provincial legislature for the Democratic Alliance Roy Jankielsohn. The provincial department donated a grand total of 178 head of cattle in one decade, valued at R815 200. Among other things, the department donated 26 cattle to the Virginia Commonage for breeding in 2009, one to the Department of Health for catering as part of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development’s contribution to cost containment.

In a 2012 letter to then Free State Premier Ace Magashule, it was declared R17-million of provincial government funds had been earmarked for planning three dairy projects in the province. This emerged on Thursday, 15 August as the Zondo Commission continued its focus on the Vrede Dairy Project. “It can’t be right, Mr Thabethe, that simply because I have a bright idea taxpayers’ money should be thrown at finding out if it is feasible or not,” said evidence leader advocate Leah Gcabashe SC on Thursday afternoon. “You can’t dream up something.” The former head of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Free State, Peter Thabethe, disagreed with the suggestion that R17-million was a hefty fee for planning three dairies, stating that planning requires money. “You will never know until you have done the study,” he said. Thabethe authored the 2012 letter to Magashule, asking for permission to travel to India. Gcabashe asked why Thabethe wrote to Magashule, when Thabethe served under then Member of the Executive Council (MEC) Mosebenzi Zwane. Thabethe explained he wrote to Magashule directly, as this was the norm when asking to travel abroad. “The approval of overseas trips has not been delegated to the MEC,” Thabethe replied. “You get approval from the premier.” In the correspondence, as read by Gcabashe, Thabethe asked Magashule for permission to visit a dairy farm and attend a meeting with a “strategic partner” in India from 29 February to 4 March 2012. This, he wrote, was in support of the expansion of dairy farming in the Free State.



The communist regime now are running out of other people’s money


Thanks to the ever-increasing unemployable & impoverished criminal element in SA, we are now swiftly moving down the slippery slope from “The Squirrel’s”  ‘New Dawn’ of the 4th Industrial Revolution in Waka-Waka-kanda, and back to the Mesozoic Era, where the Triassic ruling party, the Jurassic members of the ANC kleptocray and the Cretaceous EFF can fight with each other over who’s going to have eventual control of the putrid primordial swamp that will be all that’s left of SA for them to rule over, until Jesus comes! All the things the ANC delinquents are so feverishly trying to push down our throats now – the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill, Expropriation without Compensation (EWC), the National Minimum Wage (NMW), the mandate of the Reserve Bank along with the endless soap opera of the ANC’s own  internal power struggle war – are red herrings when compared to our looming disaster. The ANC communists are running out of other people’s money and we seem to be doing very little to fix this.

  • South Africa’s public debt, which is approaching rating agencies’ red line of 60% of economic output, is reaching uncomfortable levels, an IMF official said on Thursday. Public finances in Africa’s most industrialized economy are under strain as growth has proved weaker than expected and a clutch of state companies have needed large cash injections. In July, the government said it would give power utility Eskom R59 billion ($4.1 billion) of additional financial support over the next two years, on top of an already-promised bailout of R230 billion spread over the next decade. That spooked investors and credit agencies. Finance Minister Tito Mboweni warned shortly afterwards that this and other bailouts for state firms would almost certainly push up the budget deficit as well as state borrowing, raising the prospect of emergency external loans. “South Africa has not requested an IMF-supported program. We do not see a balance of payments need … so as far as we are concerned there’s no need for South Africa to approach the IMF,” the lender’s senior resident representative in South Africa, Montfort Mlachila, told a conference in Johannesburg. “South Africa has the highest level of debt in its history,” he said.
  • Minister of Small Business Development Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has told Members of Parliament through a written reply to questions that national government departments owe service providers over R600m, and are 30 days or more behind in their payments.  According to Ntshavheni’s written reply to questions from Democratic Alliance MP Leon Schreiber, the truants in the 2018-19 financial year were the Department of Water and Sanitation, the Department of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries and the South African Police Service. Government has come under fire for publicly citing the importance of small and medium enterprises to the South African economy, while businesses face late payments for goods and services they provide to government departments.  According to the latest available report by the Department of Small Business Development, released in September 2017, a total of 71 883 invoices to the value of R4.3bn were unpaid by government departments and were older than 30 days.
  • About 66 former employees of Tasima (Pty) Ltd – a company contracted by the Department of Transport’s Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) to build a traffic information system – have not been paid salaries since December 2018. The electronic National Traffic Information System (eNaTIS), built by Tasima, is the Department of Transport’s official register for vehicles, driving licences, contravention and accident data.  t was initially a five-year contract, but according to RTMC, Tasima “clung onto the contract” and made about R2.5 billion when the contract was supposed to cost R335 million, according to court papers. In 2016, the Constitutional Court ordered Tasima to hand over eNaTIS and related services to RTMC. Tasima and RTMC are in a legal dispute about whether RTMC was obligated to insource Tasima’s employees after eNaTIS was handed over to the Department. The former Tasima employees have not been fired or retrenched by RTMC or Tasima, but they have not been paid by either in the last eight months.
  • Free State pupils travel in unsafe buses, whose unpaid owners are at risk of losing them, as provincial government migrates program funds between departments. Their bus had few wheel nuts and as a result its rims and tyres were strapped together with a safety belt. The bus ferries children of the poor to and from a school in the Free State. They are part of 7 691 pupils transported by contractors as part of the scholar transport program in the province. The contractors were struggling to service their buses because government had allegedly failed to pay them an amount totalling R25 251 233.99 for the past three months. The troubles started after a decision was taken by the provincial government, led by Premier Sisi Ntombela, to move scholar transport back to the provincial education department from April.
  • Eskom “urgently” needs to borrow R10 billion to pay for a clean energy project, or face penalties on its World Bank loan, stated the City Press. The World Bank loan was used to fund the construction of Medupi and Kusile, power stations which are well over budget and still not fully operational despite the construction deadline passing. The City Press stated that the bank lent Eskom R163 billion for the power plants, on condition that Eskom installs batteries at sites around South Africa as part of a clean energy initiative. The World Bank estimates that the battery project will cost R10 billion, and will consist of 360MW storage batteries on 40 premises throughout the Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Northern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. Eskom has not started work on the required battery project, nor does it have the money to pay for the project – and it is expected to ask for a loan of R10 billion. The report noted that Eskom is already drowning in debt and “has an abysmal record when it comes to completing large construction projects on time and within budget”. It went on to state that according to sources, the R10 billion Eskom needs was not included in R440 billion debt that was disclosed in the utility’s recent year-end results. Eskom declined to provide details on the battery project and said it waiting for regulatory approval to proceed. The latest report on Eskom follows journalist, political scientist, and historian RW Johnson sharing his views on the SOE in a column titled “Our coming train crash. Johnson said Eskom is doomed, and money handed over to Eskom is wasted as it will simply be used to pay inflated salaries to many unnecessary workers and finance corrupt deals. This opinion followed shortly after Eskom revealed its latest financial results in July, stating it made a R20.7-billion loss over the last financial year.
  • In a media briefing on Wednesday (17 July), Defence minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula said that her department has been forced to continuously adjust its plans downwards in response to the declining budget in recent years. “The Defense Force is becoming progressively more unsustainable in terms of declining defense allocations,” she said. “We have now reached the point where the Republic must decide on the kind of Defense Force it wants and what it can afford. We need a frank discussion very soon as we risk the irreversible damage to the defence force as a whole.” In a portfolio committee meeting held earlier this month, the department said that the continued lack of funding may impact negatively on the ability of the SANDF to fulfil its constitutional mandate. It added that over the past three financial years insufficient funds were available to cover expenditure related to compensation of employees. This had led to the Department of Defense exploring additional sources of revenue, such as the sale of assets (including land), to cover the shortfall.

“Everything our government touches turn into bankruptcy,,, SABC has joined they have lost rights to broadcast all PSL games and now EPL contract has expired too,,, hundreds of employees are about to lose their jobs,,,, the have jumped to department of health now,,, this NHI issue its a plot or suicidal move,, our hospitals are in shambles and there is no medicine to help our people,, no beds no Doctors,,, now instead of fixing this problem the government wants to force private hospitals to help people at large with NHI meaning the private hospitals will turn into government hospitals,, my question is who is going to foot the bill,,, they say it’s government,, now my question is since there is money why can’t they fix existing hospitals,,, buildings are there already there, they just need to hire more stuff and get medicines in cupboards rather than to scold their tongue in someone’s soup,,,,, everything our government is doing nowadays it is against our constitution and that equals to crime,,, privately owned properties like farms,, banks,, hospitals,, schools,, and others have ownership and those owners have built that business with their money and they have their goals,,, now government has destroyed all Para statal entities like SASA, SABC, SAA, TELEKOM, PRASA, ESKOM,, so they move to private properties,,, we will end up being like Zimbabwe,,, The vault we have taken from apartheid government was full of treasures and since 1994 we have been making withdrawals without deposit,, so obviously it will soon run dry,, we have ourselves to blame for not stopping this shit,,, government officials care about their families and their lives only,,, they have nothing on their hearts about us,,,,, time to stand up for what is right,,,”


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Sipho Sipho


“Land Reform ” fantasy falling apart


Remember Zebediela Citrus Estate? Here’s what happened to it. From 1918 to 1926, more than 565 000 citrus trees were planted on 2 260 ha of this estate’s land. For the twenty-five years before the estate was sold to the South African government in 1974, it showed a profit of millions of rands every year. After the sale, Zebediela grew to become “the diamond of agricultural projects”. It was of such great national pride that the Reader’s Digest Illustrated Guide to Southern Africa wrote in 1978 that “nearly 400 million oranges are harvested each year from the groves of Zebediela, the world’s biggest citrus estate. The output is enough to provide one orange for every eight people on earth.”

This was written in 2001: Zebediela Citrus Estate, once the largest of its kind in the world with an annual harvest worth R30 million, is in ruins today losing more than R35 million per annum. Taken over by the Agricultural and Rural Development Corporation, its managers were replaced by people who had no farming experience. Half the citrus trees have died, and hundreds of employees have been retrenched.

The Lisbon Citrus and Mango Estate, once our largest exporter of mangoes, has met a similar fate. So has the Saringwa Estate in the Lowland which is now R17 million in debt. The Gillemsberg Citrus and Cattle Boerdery, once debt free and producing R14 million per year, has been totally plundered. This once magnificent 25 000-hectare gem is now a huge squatter camp. One of the largest pig farms in the country was also handed over in a ceremony attended by Nelson Mandela himself who claimed that the farm would serve “as a breadbasket of the community“. Today all the pigs are gone, and squatters are living in their pens.

Around the country examples abound of the systematic destruction of the last remaining food exporting infrastructure in Africa. As in Zimbabwe, the claim of “racial imbalance” in land ownership is a red herring. With the government owning around 25% of South Africa’s land, there is ample land available for those who want to work it. But that is not being distributed. Instead organised agriculture is being strangled to death by those who seek only to occupy farms and not to continue their productivity. More than 90% of the ANC’s “land distribution” programs ended up in a total disaster. Now these communist hoodlums want to push through a Zimbabwean-style land “expropriation” madness that totally will collapse  South Africa’s food security as well.

 The farms bought by the eThekwini Municipality from Rainbow Chicken two years ago to save and create jobs have been left barren. The city spent R15million on the acquisition of Uitkomst and Doornrug farms in Cato Ridge when Rainbow Chicken, which has since been renamed RCL Foods Limited, announced the sale of their farms due to tough trading conditions. The DA conducted an oversight inspection this week and found the farms were neglected and falling apart. The party’s premier candidate Zwakele Mncwango said the municipality had not lived up to its plan and failed the employees of RCL Foods who were left jobless when the farm was shut down. About 1350 workers lost their jobs then, when the farms were sold. “Many people who used to work here are languishing in poverty without jobs whilst an establishment that cost millions of rand is lying there, deserted, said Mncwango. “I suspect the transaction was not intended to save jobs but instead it was to benefit individuals. At the time of this project, I raised concerns about acquiring this establishment, warning the ANC about not having a business plan to run such a huge establishment,” he said.

Mncwango said he would request an investigation of the deal. “Someone must account and we want the eThekwini municipality to tell us how much it will cost to bring back this establishment to full operational standards,” he said. However, the city said the farms would be up and running by next year. Speaking to emerging farmers at the launch of Agribusiness Access to Markets, a project that falls under the city’s agriculture unit this week, mayor Zandile Gumede said the municipality received a letter of intent for the supply of chickens from the local abattoir. “Negotiations are at an advanced stage with commercial partners which will assist with operations of the Cato Ridge chicken farm,” said Gumede. The deputy head of Agribusiness, Vuyo Jayiya, said the municipality would create a joint venture with commercial partners and former employees who formed themselves as co-operatives. He said they had also completed training in poultry development. “Once we have finalized our agreements, perhaps in the next two months with these individuals, we would go to the committee to seek authority to enter into a partnership. It would only make sense to reinvest in the farm when we know it’s going to be in production. We are hoping come 2020 the farm would be operational,” said Jayiya.

Farm murders- the ongoing genocide

FARM MURDERS is the main topic for discussing human rights violations by the ANC communists in South Africa these days. Although there already  are 119 discriminatory laws manufactured by the ANC racist regime especially to discriminate and alienate whites from society- none are so much being discussed on  international as well as national  level like the law NOT being manufactured: To protect South Africa’s food suppliers.  The farm murder issue already has a long. long history- too long maybe. It started off when the communist black heathen Peter Mokaba yelled that first “Kill the Boer- Kill the Farmer” chant from a podium in Pietersburg in 1994. That was the day the ANC killers  decided to activate their already pre-planned execution agenda– and start their murderous campaign against the innocent white farming community- and that was the day that was to be the turning point of the so-called “democracy” turning into a silent white genocide. The birth of the so-called “democracy” in South Africa in 1994 also was the birth of one of modern history’s worst ignored human rights catastrophes in Africa. Since then more than 4000 white farmers and their families have paid the ultimate price for the international corporate world’s greed and gluttony.

FOR 20 years activists from South Africa as well as abroad fought an endless battle to try to bring the mostly brain-washed international world to their senses and point to them at the terrible mistake they made by forcing a totally racist and vindictive bunch of incompetent Robbin Island terrorists into power solely for the benefit of only a few greedy ‘elite” corporate vultures- but because the international media- especially British propaganda machines– blatantly bulldozered the less informed international community with lies entwined in  lots of  anti-Afrikaner sentiment and glorification of the so-called “Mandela rainbow nation ” utopia. The deceptive fake British and South African leftist media waged a psi-ops war – staging  the “Demonic “ Verwoerd against the “Saint” Mandela. The stage was set for the British-orchestrated second “scorched earth” human rights abuse against the white Boer/Afrikaner again. Lord Kitchener’s murderous legacy  was to be resurrected one more time.


The shocking RACIST ATTACK no one wants to discuss.

Video – The shocking RACIST ATTACK no one wants to discuss.South African farmer's wife, 45, relives the horrific moment a gunman raped her in front of her children after shooting his way into their home, molesting her daughter and forcing her into sex by threatening to kill her son.Avi Yemini –, 17-07-2019

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Farm murders and attacks on the food producers are escalating


Farm attacks are not the random events they might appear to be. They are coordinated and equipped from the outside. But many it seems are set up from within. Robert, Marietta and Bernard have all been victims of these attacks. Robert knew the men who came to torture him and kill his wife, Sue. Marietta knew the voice behind the shotgun that blew her face away. Bernard knew the farm worker who sold the information on his dad; his dad was killed but the worker is still on the farm today, protected by employment law. It is impossible to reconcile these truths. Black farm workers endure lives of relative servitude for food, a meager salary and safety; and some like Maria seem perfectly content with this life. But the biggest threat to the white farmer is the disgruntled worker paid, housed and fed by his hand.

  • Sakkie and Ina van der Berg were tortured and brutally killed on a  Friday night during a farm attack on a farm in the Boshoff / Dealesville area in the Free State.It is alleged that the couple were tortured and the husband’s hands chopped-off prior to their murder.
  • Meghan Cremer who was brutally murdered in the Western Cape by a gang of hybrid thugs for a senseless “gang initiation” ritual.
  • A farm murder took place on 4 August 2019, in Lenasia South, Gauteng province during a farm attack. The 34 year old victim went outside after hearing noises at the kraal. He shot and killed a suspect before being fatally shot by an unknown number of attackers. His firearm was stolen from the scene.
  • Beaten with a steel pipe and brutally assaulted in yet another farm attack.An  elderly lady are still fighting for her life in a state hospital. She was horrendously attacked last Sunday on the 4th of August 2019 in the (North West province) Wes Transvaal. She was also raped. She is 72 years old.
  • Two elderly white KwaZulu-Natal women became victims of separate brutal attacks in the month dedicated to women. In the first incident a case of rape was opened at the Ibisi police station on the south coast after an 86-year-old woman was allegedly raped by an unknown black thug.
  • A farm attack took place on 5 July 2019, at about 22:00, in Kameeldrift East, Roodeplaat, Gauteng province. Four black terrorists  overpowered a group of people having a barbecue. An elderly white man, Jurie, a retired farmer, was also attacked when he exited the bathroom. The thugs assaulted and tortured the man with boiling water and demanded the safe keys from him. They then tied him up. They removed a 303 rifle from the safe and placed it near him. When the thugs were ransacking the kitchen the man managed to get loose. The man used the 303 and opened fire on the attackers, killing one and wounding another who managed to flee in his injured state. Police were on the scene and are investigating. There is no other information available at this stage.


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  • A violent double farm murder has taken place on 17 August 2019, in Radium, Limpopo province. A farmer was overpowered at his vehicle by an unknown number of black thugs, assaulted and was then dragged to the house, tied up and brutally killed. A farm worker was also tied up during the attack and then shot dead. SAPS and services were on the scene, there have been no arrests made. There is no other information available at this stage.
  • A violent double farm murder has taken place on 17 august 2019, in Radium, Limpopo province. A farmer was overpowered at his vehicle by an unknown number of attackers, assaulted and was then dragged to the house, tied up and brutally killed. A farm worker was also tied up during the attack and then shot dead. SAPS and services were on the scene, there have been no arrests made. There is no other information available at this stage.
  • A family was attacked and assaulted on the farm at Droevlei in the WC around 19:00 Saturday night. 3 Family members sustained minor injuries. They were treated on scene by Farm Watch and Tactical First Responders from Windmeul Farm Watch and TSU Tactical. Massive response from numerous Farm Watches and CPF groups from more than 7 areas with 50+ bakkies , plus 10+ Armed Response / Security Groups and SAPS involved. It was reported that 7 armed black thugs  were involved in the incident and roads were blocked off all over. Around 20:30 SPS Tactical stopped a suspicious vehicle on the R304/R312 crossing and questioned 6 possible suspects in 1 vehicle. After further investigation Malmesbury SAPS arrested all 6 criminals after 3 were positively identified on scene.
  • Three black thugs attacked and assaulted Chris Du Plessis ( 78) and his wife Anette Du Plessis (73) on their farm near Elandsberg-Clanwilliam this week. Anette was dragged by the hair around their house.The victims were taken to Clanwilliam hospital. One suspect arrested and two vehicles recovered during follow up operations. Police are continuing within further investigations into the attack. There is no other information available at this stage.
  • A 68 white year woman is left recovering from a traumatic attack, when 3 armed black thugs  wearing balaclavas entered the property by kicking in the door, held her up by her neck and tried to cut her wedding ring off her finger. Atlas Security responded to a call at the early hours of Thursday morning to a property in Sunridge Park. Atlas Security’s Operations Manager, Monty Montgomery said upon arrival the victim had described the horrific incident. She heard a noise and looked out her window only to see an intruder, minutes later 3 armed suspects kicked in the door and held her up. The suspects then forced her to lie on the floor and attempted to cut her wedding ring off her finger. The armed thugs fled with jewelry. The victim is recovering from a bad cut to her finger and bruises on her neck. The SAPS attended to the scene and took over. This is the 5th house robbery that Atlas Security has responded to in August.
  • An elderly white  St Francis Bay man died following a house robbery by black thugs  early on Thursday night. Police spokesperson, Captain Gerda Swart, said that a manhunt is now underway for two men who attacked and robbed an elderly couple and their housekeeper in Sardinia Road. She said the housekeeper was accosted by the thugs  who were armed with firearms at around 5 pm and tied up. Swart said the thugs  also tied up and gagged the 76-year-old man and a 71-year-old female before ransacking the house. They also forced the woman to open a safe, taking an undisclosed amount of money as well as other valuables before fleeing. Swart said the housekeeper managed to alert neighbours by 7 pm and they immediately called the ambulance services and the police. She said the body of the man was found in the living room and medics discovered that he had “passed on.” “The cause of death is not known at this stage”. Swart said the two women were severely traumatized and taken for medical treatment. The name of the elderly man will be released at a later stage.
  • A Farm attack and 2 Murders occurred on Redwing, Klippan farms, Radium, dist Bela Bela during night of 2019-08-17. The owner of farm (deceased) Simon Malebane, was found lying face down and tied up with rope. He was beaten with an unknown object. It is suspected that he was overpowered at his vehicle and beaten and dragged into the house where he was tied up and killed. The other deceased, a worker living right next to the main house, Daniel Ngoagamobe, was found tied and shot lying on his face. A 9mm cartridge was lying on the scene.  Mr Malebane possesses fire-arms and it is currently unknown if his fire-arm was stolen and used to kill the worker.  Motive for the attack is currently unknown. According to family, Mr Malebane is involved in a court case involving church groups about land in Mokopane area and the suspicion is that this might be a motive. Unknown if or what is stolen.
  • 44-Year old  Rozel Botha  was brutally murdered in her flat in Russellstreet Worchester in the Western Cape. Botha had a hearing problem. She was murdered in broad daylight. Her assailant broke down her door- after which a struggle ensued between attacker and the victim. Witnesses found her body outside her flat close to a flight of stairs in the Chanhym complex. According to a witness account Botha went to a nearby shop to purchase cigarettes- and it is assumed that the murderer followed her home.  A suspect was arrested for the murder in the mean-time. We find it strange that the neighbors could report that she fought for her life, yet nobody went to assist her.

Murdered victim Rozel Botha



Twelve dead 1 – 27 July 2019:

July 1 2019 Afrikaner airline pilot Mark Nel, 56, dead in hospital from execution-style shooting, Melkbosstrand.
July 2 2019 Afrikaner woman Ria Oosthuizen 80s, Velddrift: torched books stacked atop her.
July 2 2019 Afrikaner man Mario Kemp dies in hospital: shot in face in business-attack Boksburg
July 2 2019 Farm woman found dead: tied up inside torched Bloemspruit home: Afriforum
July 9 2019 Afrikaner Anna Herbst 61, murdered in torched home in Bloemfontein
July 12 2019 Afrikaner Nico Heerschap, 74 executed: Melkbosstrand: (father of Hawks investigator shot dead in son’s car);
July 12 2019 Afrikaner farm-couple Ina and Sakkie van den Berg tortured to death, their mutilated, tied up bodies found by police. Hands chopped off while he was still alive. Boshof/Dealesville, Free State
July 14 2019 Afrikaner farmer Nic Oosthuizen 87, dies of stress-related heart failure, collapsing next to his bakkie while a large black gang destroys his homestead.
July 15 2019 Ex-footballer Mark Batchelor shot dead execution-style by two black males on a motorbike: Olivedale, Randburg.
July 19 2019 Hennie de Beer – kidnapped and slashed to death with a machete
July 20 2019 Oudtshoorn police opens cold-case murder-investigation into 1977 death of Afrikaner farm-child Lizette Smit, 12: her bones were identified at farm Muldersbank.
July 27 2019 Ukrainian agricultural expert Ivan Ivanovich murdered while hiking in Hout Bay Cape Town nature reserve.




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WAY TO GO GIRL- Sunette still fighting for her people abroad- now talking to  the Big Boys!


A Civil war raging in the streets of cities and rural areas


The violence in SA needs to stop

Spread the word! The violence needs to stop.

Posted by South Africa Live on Saturday, August 17, 2019

WIDESPREAD CIVIL WAR in the streets and rural areas of South Africa continuous to escalate. Black mobs are plundering and looting  shops across the country. In Soweto mobs plundered shops in  Dobsonville, Rockville, Zola, Orlando, Meadowlands, Emndeni, Moletsane, White City and  Zondi. Unemployment, tax evasion and revenge over Joburg police raids last week are the reasons why Soweto foreign-owned shops were looted, bringing the township into chaos.

Current situation in Mokopane, businesses are forced to close as the strike continues …

Posted by Kia Mokopane on Friday, August 16, 2019

Looters empty broken down truck in minutes

Very upsetting to see this becoming the norm in SA!

Posted by South Africa Live on Sunday, August 11, 2019


Rowdy black hooligans  will gather at 08:00 on Friday morning at the Mokopane bus rank where they will march to the municipality at 10.30. Residents received notification letters stating the shutdown will continue until Mayor Andrina Matsemela is removed. Read more: Mokopane protests enter day 2 Jessie Duarte, ANC Deputy Secretary-General will investigate the matter and attempt to resolve the issues. Protesters will gather at 08:00 on Friday morning at the Mokopane bus rank where they will march to the municipality at 10.30.

Farms were burnt in Alma, Limpopo on 13 August 2019 by black rioters. They were burnt as the black hooligans  protested about a cell tower that collapsed. The police claimed to have the situation under control. The hooligans  are also “angry”  as they claim the school’s land should belong to them. Then they went ahead and burnt some of that too! The farmers lost between 5000 and 6000 hectares of grazing veld and about 5000 round bales of feed. It was reported on social media that on 14 August 2019, that all is in Alma now but there are still lots of rocks and trees in roads. So…what the hell had the farms to do with either the tower or the school? But that is the psychopathic culture of the majority South Africans- to burn and destroy everything when they feel “unhappy.”


Massive losses as angry protesters burn farms, Alma, Limpopo. Photo: Ian Cameron

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The army is in a sorry state- no more funds available

The initial response to the recent deployment of the South African army to areas of Cape Town hit hard by gang violence evoked relief that peace and stability would be restored to the area. But this has been replaced with a much more nuanced view. Some community leaders claim the deployment has fallen well short of residents’ expectations. The “lock-down operation” needed to target and identify the culprits behind the violence has not occurred. Despite their limited mandate, the army has just too few soldiers to patrol the ten suburbs that are home to over 1 million people. Less than 300 soldiers are on the streets of the Cape Flats, not the 1320 mentioned by Cyril Ramaphosa. This figure allows for rotation of troops. Also, the soldiers will be there for less than the three months, as the deployment is authorised only until 16 September 2019. The result is that people in the affected areas are fast realizing that the army is not the solution. This echoes previous cases were soldiers were deployed to crime hot-spots in the country but failed to have a measurable impact.

But, even if more soldiers are requested, the South African National Defense Force simply doesn’t have the capacity to deploy them. This is because it is severely overstretched in terms of both personnel and financial resources. Of the 37 000 in the army, less than half serve in the 14 infantry battalions. One battalion is tied up in peacekeeping operations and 15 companies are deployed on the borders (far short of the 22 required). Some military analysts claim that the army is 8.5 infantry battalions short (roughly 8500 members) to perform their current tasks.

Capacity problems

A great deal has been written on the military’s financial woes. In my analysis the real problem lies with its force structure and design. These have driven up personnel costs to unacceptable levels. In terms of the defense budget the ideal expenditure ratio is 40 % personnel, 30% operations and 30% capital expenditure. Some claim this is closer to 80:5:15 in reality, leading to the defense force being labelled a welfare, rather than a warfare agency. The ideal ratios in terms of expenditure differ by country. This is influenced by mission priorities, tasks and service. The army, for example, is more personnel than capital intensive, compared to the navy and air force . It has enough people, but they are just not deployable. There are numerous reasons for this. The approach associated with the contract-based “flexible service system” of short, medium and long term service has not materialized. The result is an escalation in personnel expenditure, the retention of people who are no longer fit for their post profile due to age and health, a high ratio of general officers to other ranks, and rank inflation making the armed forces top heavy. Senior ranks are very expensive with extensive salary and pension costs. Added to this the military has been unable to reduce the number of people in the full-time force through rationalization and rightsizing, or to rejuvenate its full-time and reserve forces. Another challenge is the age profile. In 2003 the defense force introduced the military skills development program to rejuvenate the full-time and reserve forces. The program was to provide an adequate number of young, fit and healthy personnel for the full time forces; and to serve as a feeder for the Reserve Force. This has not happened due to financial restraints and lack of career planning, leaving the reserves understaffed and underfunded. The consequence is an ageing force with average troop age of 38 years and the Reserve Force age of around 40 years. The average age of an infantry soldier should be around 23-25 years.

In a media briefing on Wednesday (17 July), Defense minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula said that her department has been forced to continuously adjust its plans downwards in response to the declining budget in recent years. “The Defense Force is becoming progressively more unsustainable in terms of declining defense allocations,” she said. “We have now reached the point where the Republic must decide on the kind of Defense Force it wants and what it can afford. We need a frank discussion very soon as we risk the irreversible damage to the defence force as a whole.” In a portfolio committee meeting held earlier this month, the department said that the continued lack of funding may impact negatively on the ability of the SANDF to fulfill its constitutional mandate. It added that over the past three financial years insufficient funds were available to cover expenditure related to compensation of employees. This had led to the Department of Defense exploring additional sources of revenue, such as the sale of assets (including land), to cover the shortfall.

Declining force 

One of the key issues that was raised during the committee meeting was the protection of South Africa’s borders.

Specific concerns raised included:

  • That the current deployment of 15 SANDF sub-units along South Africa’s borders are insufficient and that at least 22 sub-units are required.
  • The need for technological force multipliers to assist deployed forces along the land borders.
  • Shortages of suitable air assets at the SA Air Force’s 35 Squadron as well as 28 Squadron to effect border patrols.

Other issues identified include:

  • The replacing of South Africa’s infantry fighting vehicles with a modern fleet;
  • Challenges with the SANDF’s Logistical support to operational equipment – specifically the need for aircraft spares;
  • Outdated ICT systems, notably the finance, human resources and logistics systems.

THIS was when South Africa’s downfall started…..

"We shall become nobody's corpse we shall fight for our existence and we shall survive!!!"Leaving us…. He has ordered us to hold high and keep pure the great calling of our nation. To keep the unity of our nation, together we vow to honour and keep that Commandment…….

Posted by Byron Whitehead on Tuesday, April 18, 2017


These demons  were some notable  serpents behind  South Africa’s downfall…

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The sinister plan

Many a times one keeps on wondering why did the Broederbond thugs in 1984 decided in their god-like arrogance that South Africa must become another failed African state?  Many a time we wonder why the communist serpents in charge let the country go down into a total financial melt-down and why the so-much hailed human icons like the Mandelas and Ramaphosas do absolutely nothing to save the country from a certain economic disaster? Well- there IS another sinister hidden agenda for this foolhardy reluctance to save the country and it’s people from an apocalyptic melt-down – a sinister reason me and you are not supposed to have any knowledge about. That real reason lies within the  financial aid the United Nations gives to the regimes of all countries that reached a level of   irreversible junk status.

You see- once a country’s infrastructure is destroyed beyond reparation- once a country’s financial status is classified as junk- and once a country becomes beyond the capacity of it’s own resources to be saved- the United Nations are compelled to send “relief” help to help uplift that country again. And that help today stands at a staggering  85 BILLION Euros! Now convert that into rands at a current 17,06 exchange  rate- and we look at a staggering R 1.450 TRILLION  South African!  Can you imagine that type of dough? Can you now see why these serpents are doing what they are doing? Now here is where our Broederbond and ANC communist serpents make their appearance and slither into  the proverbial “garden of El Dorado. (Theirs that is) “ Although the United Nations assist any country with disaster financial aid- it has NO control who receives that funding- and how that funds will be spent or distributed. And as you can guess…that funds will NEVER reach the people it was meant for– but the lion share always lands in the lined  pockets of scrupulous political con artists and their big business partners as we already learnt from especially the ANC’s past history with regard to  money matters. Thus- If Ramaphosa keeps on side-stepping the duties his office demands long enough, keep on lying to his naive followers long enough, keep on making false promises long enough- mind-f*ck the illiterate black populace long enough  and allow cash-strapped financial vacuum cleaners such a ESKOM to keep on draining the swamp from much needed financial nutrition- soon the country will hit rock bottom and declare a national melt down such as Venezuela.

SPEAKING of ESKOM- we already are getting the warning of another barrage of “load-shedding” bull*hit awaiting us on the horizon!  An acceleration in economic growth in South Africa could trigger power cuts, with state utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd.’s dilapidated generation system unable to respond to increased demand for electricity. The energy availability of Eskom’s generation fleet is supposed to be as high as 80%, but is currently as low as 69%, and even a 0.1% rise in gross domestic product could result in outages, Nelisiwe Magubane, an Eskom board member, said at an event organized by Afriforesight in Johannesburg on Wednesday. The state-owned utility, which supplies about 95% of South Africa’s power, has a mountain of debt and is reliant on government bailouts to remain solvent. It is also contending with operational issues — most of its power stations are nearing retirement age and haven’t been properly maintained, while the construction of two new plants are running years behind schedule and way over budget. The country has experienced intermittent power outages — known locally as “load shedding “ — since late 2005, a measure Eskom said was needed to prevent the national grid from collapsing. Outages have eased over recent months, largely due to the poor performance of the economy — gross domestic product slumped an annualized 3.2% in the first quarter, the biggest contraction in a decade. “We haven’t seen load shedding because demand is going south,” said Mike Rossouw, an independent energy adviser. “If demand picks up tomorrow you will be seeing load shedding every day.” HOWEVER Eskom still sells megawatt electricity to neighboring countries amid it’s disastrous situation.   It all is a simple game of thrones to them. They capitalize on other people’s suffering- that is your politicians you voted for. They are not working for you at all- but for their masters in higher places such as the Renwicks , Oppenheimers , Soros, Ruperts and other big money spenders.

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Immediately when that happens the UN will release the funds- which ostensibly will find it’s way into the pockets of the planners of the country’s sorry state…the Broederbonders and ANC  serpents! Now there will only be two classes of people in the country: Those super rich thieves on top that pockets the cream of the crop….and the poor impoverished masses that will struggle and fight among each other over the indigestion that fell from the table of the small clique of scandalous looters at the top of the “food chain.”  Examples of this secret agenda can be seen in Venezuela, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Iraq and Libya already. The “elites” live off Sushi and Caviar- and the “majority” are killing each other over a couple of rats caught for supper. Why ever do you think did the ANC thugs refuse the same UN to build a mega nuclear power station near Port Elizabeth for the passing ships to recharge? That power station would be as big as the city itself, creating thousands of jobs and supply ample power to give South Africa more than enough electricity so you would not even need to pay for any of it. The much needed cash that power station would generate through taxes from international shipping companies visiting our shore would be tremendous- and a huge injection to the economy.

However- the ANC rat pack flatly denied the UN to create that power station here. Why? Their very poor excuse was that “South Africa is not yet ready for such a venture…” What UTTER bullsh*t!!!! The real reason is simply because the top six ANC rats are getting way too lucrative back-handers from the coal deposits being used by their aged “chug -chug” stations-  and from the Chinese that buys millions of tons of coal. There is an over abundance of coal- billions of tons- to keep those shady mother-f*ckers stuffed with millions of dollars for years to come. So why would they kill the goose that lies the golden eggs then? Point is- they feel a blue f*ck what happens to the country or it’s useless “eaters”- just as long as they reap the benefits of everything lucrative crossing the imaginary banking borders of the country.Can you now understand the motive behind that bunch of goat-f*cking Broederbonders and ANC serpents’ decision to let the country “go” to the dogs? They already all agreed the percentage of each  “cut” of that R 85 billion UN cake when it will be served the day the country dies a financial death. Again…you only will have your two classes in the country- one on top sipping Blue chip…and one at the bottom choking on polluted water!

So now you also know what you were not supposed to know- and now you can figure out WHY all the African countries ended up as failed states. And not only African countries- but all so-called “3rd World “ countries too…they were FORCED to become failed countries- because with every 3rd world country that fails- you can bet your furry arse  some dirty corporate and political thugs are  about to hit the UN jack-pot. You have this “elite” white collar criminals that specifically orchestrate the downfalls of many countries….chasing that UN pot o’ gold across the globe.And South Africa is on the verge of that level to be declared “junk.” The Broederbond thugs and their ANC rat pack slaves already are busy oiling their paws for the “mother load ” to arrive. Ramaphosa is just their “rear-guard” to keep the masses “in control” with all kinds of bullsh*t promises until their pay-day arrive. And that day is very close. The common slang for such a scenario among those that know – iow the “enlightened ones” – is the “ Elly / Ellie “ scenario...i.o.w the total inhalation/destruction  of a country.Bottom Line is: They will live like kings…and the rest of us will still grovel in the mud like c*nts…PERIOD!!!!

This secret agenda already was planned right after Hendrik Verwoerd’s assassination- and that also was the main reason why he was assassinated as well- he stood in the way of the ” final plan” .…the “ final solution.”  That also was one of the reasons for the total capitulation  of De Klerk and the National Party collapse at the CODESA farce. They were about to orchestrate and set in motion the last phase of the “plan”to cripple the economy and steer South Africa into a financial abyss. South Africans can prepare themselves for a very turbulent and chaotic economic period in the coming months with much violence, financial disasters and a tumbling currency that will destroy the whole monetary system and economic structure…the same way Zimbabwe, Sudan and Venezuela went. The banks know about it- otherwise why do you think did the New York Jews foreclosed your private Reserve Bank on 25 December 2013 already- now only operating as a “pseudo” entity generating fake money out of thin air to keep the economy floating for a few years longer? The National Party hoodlums knew it- that is why they quickly passed the country to their  black ANC slaves , disband the party- and take their loot and run.

The Jews knows about it- Therefore  the reason the “elite” such as the Oppenheimers, Ruperts, et al quickly moved their assets and head quarters to London. That is why so many blue chip companies and investors now are pulling out of South Africa.  The ANC rat pack knows it- that is why they loot as much and as fast as possible – that is why they became the “custodians” and in control of the National Treasury– now able to clean out the treasury to stuff their overseas bank accounts at will. As you may not know the Treasury must be an independent organ NOT attached to the state organs- and it’s president is untouchable by the state or it’s decisions. The treasury general has immense power and can at any time even drag the president or any minister to court if any corruption or non-compliance are detected under their guard. Yet the ANC fired the independent treasury general- replacing him with their own “user friendly” man-Dondo Mogajane . Now they had free access to loot the treasury at will without the fear of being prosecuted.  Ramaphosa knows it-that is why he and the other top 5 are shifting all their own private assets overseas.

You were the only dumb bozos  that was not supposed to know about it- being bamboozed by the leftist lying media- and that is why you are the ones that will be caught with your pants on your knees with no money and no where to run. Now you know. They are all in the conspiracy…the Rothschilds, Soros, Rockefellers, Carnegies, Kissingers, Lehman Brothers, Kellners, JPMorgan Chase & Co, HSBC Holdings (HSBC) and many others. The Octupus’ arms are wide . Your evil politicians are simply expendable guard dogs to keep you under control and suck you dry of your taxes. We long ago said politicians are the personification of Satan on earth- and we stand by our statement. Get rid of all your politicians. They impose only slavery and suffering through their own written “laws” irrespective WHAT senseless bullsh*t they or their fake media outlets  advocate. They’re nothing but obedient  dogs that jumps to their corporate masters’ voices. Never has any politician do any good. They all are but evil and deceptive MF’s. They all take you for a fool...and still you keep on voting for them?  The question is not IF– but WHEN the  collapse South Africa  is about to happen….but happen it will. It was planned to happen. All the economists and market indicators point to a fast downward spiral already  in progress. Now we can truly say ” Farewell my collapsing country.” Question is…what are you going to do about it? Go Figure!!


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