Thursday, September 29, 2016

White South Africa has at most 5 years of existence left

WHITES LEAVING AT 24 000; BLACKS, ASIANS ARRIVING AT 300 000 ANNUALLY
Will there be a future for whites in South Africa? Definitely not, if immigration and emigration figures are taken in consideration.

The only solution for the diminishing white population is to try and realize self-determination within the next five years, according to Front National leader Hannes Engelbrecht. If this cannot be accomplished, the Afrikaner will be a nation in true diaspora.

Latest figures from Statistics South Africa show that another 95 158 whites emigrated between 2011 and June 2015. It means that close to a million whites have already sought their livelihood outside the Third World country in western countries; and the trend is continuing.

During the same four year period 1 067 937 blacks from Africa and 40 929 Asians immigrated to South Africa, making it impossible for the remaining whites to maintain their demographic rights.
“To make matters worse’, said Engelbrecht; “the remainder of whites are subjected to more racially discriminatory laws than during Apartheid. Affirmative action, BEE and quotas are playing havoc with the whites’ so-called equal rights”.

The Front National leader said that the most worrying aspect of the figures was that the white emigrants were mostly the skilled, educated and experienced whites sought after by developed western countries.

“This bodes ill for South Africa as a whole. It is fast turning into a typical Third World African country that will never be able to return to normality with such an influx of foreigners and exit of skilled people”.

As for self-determination, Engelbrecht said, it was putting a lot of pressure on those whites trying to maintain their own language, culture and outlook on life when all the odds were stacked against them.

“I honestly believe we only have five years left. If white South Africans don’t put their money and votes into the ideal of self-determination now, the sell-out of 1994 will be complete”.
Every figure is relative: if 100 000 of five million leave it is not so devastating as when 100 000 of three million leave, or 100 000 of three million.

Read the original article in Afrikaans on Front Nasionaal SA – blad
Published on South Africa Today – South Africa News

Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers

13 Lions killed in recent days. Two Tigers killed yesterday. 15 Crocodile poisoned yesterday. In many instances the heads and feet have been cut off.


Commissioner Lieutenant General Ledwaba has appealed to game farm owners to “beef” up their security. We would like to appeal to him for permission to hunt the Traditional Healers who are creating a demand for this nonsense.

CICA believes that this recent upsurge in killings is directly related to the “traditional healer” marke tand that the cause can be directly traced to people (including our president) believing the Sangoma and Inyanga lies and promises that these animal body parts will clear up many “curses” including HIV and political problems.

Maybe it’s time to go hunt another big snake, we are tired of these witch doctors disturbing dead ancestral spirits with lies instead of teaching people to look forward not backward for solutions.

WARNING – Pictures NOT for sensitive viewers.

All images - CICA South Africa







Published on South Africa Today – South Africa News

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Under-funding, not protests, is driving South African universities down global rankings


The most widely respected world university rankings have all recently published their latest results. The release of the Times Higher Education 2016-17 and Quacquarelli Symonds 2016-17 rankings have coincided with a resurgence in protests at many of South Africa’s universities.

Most of South Africa’s universities have dropped down these ranking tables.

Some people argue that the protests – which relate to fees, access and transformation and have occurred on and off for the past 18 months – are having a direct effect on universities’ global standing on rankings tables.

But it’s unlikely that the protests themselves are directly affecting rankings. Instead, decades of government under-funding in the higher education sector may be at least partly to blame.

The University of Cape Town (UCT), where I am a deputy vice-chancellor, has handed a memorandum to the Department of Higher Education and Training. It states:

We believe that government has not acted decisively to ensure sustainable and adequate funding to address the systemic crisis in the higher education sector. Government has placed an undue burden on students, parents and universities to fund higher education.

This may seem unfair: the government has dramatically increased the amount of money it gives to universities. But so have students. And educational inflation has played a part too. In real terms, the amount universities receive in state subsidy as a proportion of their total income has declined from 49% in 2000 to 40% in 2012.

Funding has a direct effect on many of the indicators that are used to measure performance in world university rankings. With less funding, staff-student ratios rise. Top staff, who produce the most papers, leave for more lucrative salaries abroad. Universities can’t afford to send their academics to many conferences, so fewer conference papers are produced.

How rankings are calculated


UCT has, for some time, been able to compensate for the drop in government funding for research. We’ve done this, for instance, by working hard to increase external income – particularly research grants and donations. This has been remarkably successful.

But not all South African universities are in a position to do this. And a point will be reached where external income, for which there is increasingly tough competition, is not enough. UCT may have reached that point. Some other universities will have reached it long ago.

Universities don’t yet need to despair. First of all, a drop in rankings does not mean a drop in actual performance. On most of the indicators, in most of the rankings, UCT continues to improve as it has done for many years. A number of our sister universities are, likewise, improving across several indicators: producing more papers, bringing in more income, increasing their proportion of postgraduate students – all important indicators of research performance.

But it is perfectly possible for an institution to improve its scores and still see a significant drop in the rankings. This is because scores are ranked and so performance is relative. If other institutions have improved their scores even more than yours, they will climb above your institution in the rankings.

This is important. It’s exactly what is happening to South African universities. Institutions from elsewhere in the world are improving much more significantly. And it is no coincidence that the countries which are seeing a rapid rise in the rankings are mostly those that have chosen to invest heavily in their universities.

The most startling example is China, whose various projects to produce top-ranked universities, such as the C9 initiative, are paying off spectacularly. Another well-performing BRICS competitor, India, spends 1.23% of its gross domestic produce (GDP) on tertiary education. This is compared to South Africa’s weak 0.74%.

After the release of its latest rankings Quacquarelli Symonds argued that levels of investment determine which institutions progress and which regress. Top American universities, which have significant endowments to rely on, and Asian universities, which have benefited from significant public funding, are rising. Many Western European universities, on the other hand, have seen cuts to public funding for research and are losing ground.

Reputation matters


There is one way in which the student protests themselves, rather than the under-funding that caused them, may directly affect some of the indicators by which universities are measured.

Each ranking uses different indicators to measure a university’s performance. But on the whole they are a combination of hard data, such as citations – the number of times an author has been cited, or referred to – and ratio of staff to students. There are also more qualitative “reputation” indicators. These are achieved by asking academics and employers to list the top institutions in their fields.

It is these “reputation” indicators that could be directly affected by the protests. Although they are intended to be objective, it does not require a great stretch of the imagination to believe that some academics who see South African institutions in constant crisis, with lectures cancelled, exams postponed and buildings burned, are affected at least subconsciously.

South African institutions were particularly hard hit in the reputation indicator in THE’s latest rankings. However, some universities that were affected by the protests bucked the trend: the University of the Witwatersrand rose in the THE rankings. So there is no clear evidence of a causal relationship between the protests and the universities’ performance in the rankings.

But does it matter?


In assessing the extent to which #feesmustfall protests might have affected South African universities’ rankings, I have left aside the much larger and more important question of whether it matters.

Universities certainly regard rankings with a measure of caution. Rankings are very imperfect measurements of excellence. They take no account of the contexts in which universities find themselves, particularly those based in developing or emerging economies. They do not measure some of the functions of a university that the sector would regard as critical: for instance, whether the research a university undertakes makes a difference, or whether the graduates it produces are thoughtful and productive citizens.

Nevertheless, the drop in rankings has been greeted with consternation in the media. The coincidence with the university protests could lead to a damaging narrative that the country’s universities are inevitably “going to the dogs”.

I can categorically state that UCT is nowhere near that kind of precipitous decline. However, if under-funding from government continues and the issue of fees is not resolved, I am less confident of our and our sister universities’ future.

The Conversation

Danie Visser, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Cape Town

This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Hold white people hostage

CICA – Crime Intelligence & Community Awareness – South Africa (CICA) respond to Mumsy Maphakela after hate speech, racist and incitement to violence posts were posted on social media. Here is the response.
Mumsy Maphakela you are disgusting – you should be charged with incitement to violence and hate speech telling protestors to take white people hostage.

 People like you will destroy South Africa. The corrupt politicians want and need racism to further their corrupt objectives. They WANT to “Divide & conquer” with racism to hide their antics, and you are helping them. Silly silly little child.

Your ignorance is astounding. We have black, white and Indian admin at CICA and we were discussing your vicious and blinded bigotry. Did you know that more than 70% of white people voted YES to end apartheid in the white only referendum which was held pre 1994??
You are no different to PennySparrow. You are disgusting and should be charged with hate speech.








Published today on South Africa Today – South Africa News

Monday, September 26, 2016

ANC Draws Closer To Launching Economic Redistribution and DNA Program

Recent ANC reports indicate that 23, 3 million black South Africans have more than 25 percent Western Eurasian DNA, and fit into the (B-) sub-group.

Scientists in Gauteng believe that a mysterious migratory event occurred around 3,000 years ago known as the ‘Eurasian backflow’ – when modern humans who left Africa around 50,000 years ago, suddenly flooded back. This resulted in a shift of DNA percentage in African populations over the course of a couple of generations. For many it resulted in a (B-) sub-group categorization, which is evident today.
This revelation is creating much angst within the ANC due to their hopes that the black (B+) group would be larger, thereby providing them with a smoother path towards accelerated economic empowerment.

Kebby Maphatsoe – veterans’ minister, has stated that the re-categorization of the (B-) sub-group is just a temporary setback, and will not slow their plans for economic advancement. Although he does not believe that the 23, 3 million people being categorized as ‘too low in black DNA’ will be well received, especially if it prevents them from full land and business ownership rights.

Some see this (B+) and (B-) System as an ANC strategy to speed up the transition of wealth from non-blacks to blacks (diminishing majority), in order to win back the hearts of many of their disillusioned voters. There is still consternation of how the population will react when 23, 3 million people are told they are essentially defined as non-blacks due to their excessively high levels of western Eurasian DNA levels.

Following defeats in recent municipal elections, politicians from the ruling, African National Congress have spoken out against what they call the new “economic apartheid”. As a result, there is renewed interest in implementing this new program to help facilitate a smoother economic distribution based on sub-Saharan DNA distribution across the broader population – they believe this will help swing voter support in metro areas back towards the ANC in 2019.

The big question will be how 23, 3 million people react when they are told they don’t have enough black DNA to qualify for full benefits.

Once again, our government appears to be sliding down a precipitous path of racial profiling to leverage their political muscle, and desperately hold onto their diminishing stranglehold over a country that so desperately needs a competent government who uses legitimate methods to spur the economy, not cosmetic surgery that only results in further scarring.

By Chris Mapasa

Published to day on South Africa Today – South Africa News

South Africa where you get so much and its not enough

his terrible place South Africa, where you get free RDP house, where you don’t pay tax if you don’t want to.

Where you get preferential treatment in the workplace when you are black. Where medical care costs you nothing.

Where you don’t need to pay the University because you have an NSF-bursary which you don’t need to pay back if you don’t want to.

Where you get Sassa-money every month for all your illegitimate children.

And it is still not enough…









 All images are from Font Nasionaal SA

Read the original article on Front Nasionaal SA – blad
Published on South Africa Today – South Africa News

Saturday, September 24, 2016

You come from where, Sir – myth of apartheid and forced removals

It is the year 1946. Exactly 70 years ago. After Word War II the newly-formed United Nations sanctioned a census among all member states to determine borders. In the Union of South Africa a census was diligently conducted. In the Union’s 472 494 square miles of land just over 11 million people made a living.

It was the year 1946. Two years before the National Party took office and as a government started to promote a policy of separate development (Apartheid). If you believe ANC and liberal propaganda you surely would have heard of the forced removals of approximately 1,5 million black people to black areas. The injustice of it! The inhumanity! The disgrace!
Now, here is where official figures come in, Sirs ANC, EFF and DA: the census was conducted per district in the Union and these figures are available.


You come from where, Sir - myth of apartheid and forced removals - Image -  Front Nationaal
You come from where, Sir – myth of apartheid and forced removals – Image – Front Nationaal

• First of all: your laughable figure of 1,5 million blacks being forcibly removed from white areas. It may come as a shock to you, Sirs, that less than 1,7 million blacks were living in the so-called “white areas”; 516 954 of those in just fifteen mining and industrial areas such as Witbank, Vereeniging, Springs, Roodepoort and Krugersdorp. These half a million black people were mostly mineworkers with their homes in their traditional areas and staying in hostels in the fifteen “white centres”. In the major cities including Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Pretoria, Port Elizabeth and Johannesburg whites outnumbered blacks by far. To tell the truth – in the 50 biggest cities and towns of the Union of South Africa whites outnumbered blacks by 1 220 416 to 951 834. Your propaganda of 1,5 million blacks being forcibly removed by bulldozers and the like, is a lie. It will always be a lie, no matter how many times you repeat it. Your land claims are lies, no matter how many times you repeat it.

 • The second lie of course is how blacks were held back in education. That the “white government” maintained almost five black schools for every one white school is ignored. A mere three years later, in 1949, Dr EG Malherbe told the international conference at Colombia University in the USA that the Union of South Africa (the ‘Apartheid State”) had further increased the black education expenditure tenfold and that black learners had doubled. The conference took note that Alan Paton’s book “Cry the Beloved Country” was utter nonsense. South Africa ended their financial year with a surplus of five million pounds.
• During the following fifty years after 1946 the National Party government built more than a million brick houses, schools, clinics and universities to accommodate the influx of blacks into “white” areas; apart from the millions of rand pumped into the traditional “homeland” areas in development. Soweto, Alexandra, Thokoza, Attridgeville, Sharpville… all burst out of their seams; subsidized heavily. Not shacks – brick houses, albeit small.

• The peaceful struggle by Zulu and Indian together against ‘Apartheid’, incidentally, proved another lie. In Durban Zulus bandied together against Indians and 137 people were killed; one white, 53 Indians and 83 Zulus. Thirty whites, 768 Indians and 1085 Zulus were injured. Zulu chieftain Ndodembi Ngcobo said: “A large number of children are born among my people who are not children of my race. They have straight hair like the hair of an Indian. This is a repugnant sight for Zulus, just as when a cow gives birth to a goat kid”.

• The Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations apologized unconditionally to South Africa for erroneous statements in its annual report that black children in the Eastern Cape had starved because Union aid had been withdrawn. This was a lie spread by the Bantu representative in Parliament, Sam Kahn of the Communist Party.

• Far from just withholding aid from the black areas some of the “white majority” towns of 1946 were handed over to blacks – Mafeking to Boputhatswana, Rustenburg, Umtata to Ciskei etc. – all to advance the blacks in their own traditional areas.

CONCLUSION: The South African government was far from lily-white in their actions, but the figures and history show exactly how the communist ANC grabbed their opportunity for false propaganda as more and more African countries joined the UN, together with the Soviet Bloc, the East and China. The false propaganda continues to this day as the ANC, EFF and DA continue to blame everything on Apartheid, trying to rewrite history.

Front National SA has always said, and says it again: we don’t want to return to Apartheid simply because we never again want to take responsibility for any other race or ethnic group apart of our own. We want self-determination where we will not repeat the mistakes of the past by supplying jobs or opportunities simply to be overrun by an uncontrolled birthrate and liberal ideas of the “noble barbarian”. Once bitten, twice shy.

By Hannes Engelbrecht
Read the original article on Front Nasionaal SA – blad
Published on  South Africa Today – South Africa News

Malema and Maimane two of a kind

On the same day, both Julius Malema and Mmusi Maimane had a lot to say about white people.

Malema said, white people should focus on learning to pronounce African names correctly instead of braaiing. While Maimane said that white people should learn an African language.


The European response:

1. Furiously angry with Malema
2. Mmusi for President

Now what? I no longer see much of a difference between Malema and Maimane. They both have the same approach toward the white man in South Africa.

Read the original article by Daniel Lötter in Afrikaans on Front Nasionaal SA – blad
Published on South Africa Today – South Africa News

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Horrific animal cruelty uncovered – Midrand

SPCA Midrand responded to tip off of animal cruelty.

What they found was horrific – 119 chicken carcasses lying among live chickens in a chicken run.
SPCA conducted an emergency slaughter of a further 99 chickens which could not be saved and removed the 119 already dead ones.

No food and water was found on the premises for the surviving chickens, so SPCA provided food, and water.

The chickens could not wait to get some water.
 
Warning was issued onsite by the inspectors.

 A case of animal cruelty was opened by the SPCA with the South African Police.
Published on South Africa Today – South Africa News



Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Most dangerous prisoner in South Africa – VIDEO

John Mongrel, “the boss” of the 27 Gang in Pollsmoor prison kills rapes and is nothing more than a ruthless heartless person. He rapes new prisoners, he gives orders to kill and those who dare not obey, are killed.

Mongrel has since died and it is without sorrow that such a horrid person is no more. In or out of prison this man lived the life of a dictator; even prison warders were not safe. It is as though he had his own private army and prisoners including prison authorities were powerless against him.

Pollsmoor is not designed to rehabilitate criminals, built during the apartheid years; it was meant to harden black prisoners and yes, the apartheid warders were tough, never allowed intimidation to expand. Now 22 years into democracy the place is nothing more than a dirt infested, overcrowded, gang controlled hole where disease flourishes. The warders are not safe, and the authorities have lost control.

During 2014, seven warders were stabbed to death in Pollsmoor prison. John had a lot to do with the unfortunate deaths of these warders. In the video, he explains why they kill and why they rape new prisoners. He was a dangerous man, and the irony is that people actually worship this fallen man, and have set up a Facebook page that boasts over 3000 fans.

Bring back the death sentence, criminals like John Mongrel, terrorizing prisoners and causing untold trauma, instilling fear into petty criminals and abuse of taxpayers money, should not be allowed to live.

South African prisons are dangerous, and as crime is out of control around the country, the government remains detached to the reality of the real situation. While criminals should be kept behind bars and off the streets, the prisons cannot cope with the high influx and thus a new set of revolting conditions arise. Perhaps one day, the government will turn the page and say, “Ah yes, the prisons, the escalating crimes, let us bring back the death penalty.”


Published on South Africa Today – South Africa News

PLEASE GO TO SOUTH AFRICA TODAY TO WATCH THE VIDEO - LINK   - It is worth watching!


Woman busts boyfriend ‘raping dog’

Woman busts boyfriend ‘raping dog’: The dog stood quietly while he helped himself to it, says the girlfriend, who was shocked because she had already 'made love to him' twice that day.
 

Woman busts boyfriend ‘raping dog’

Another shocking story, a 56-year-old man has been arrested after he was caught raping a dog.

The incident happened in Soshanguve, Pretoria.

The police said the man was caught in the act by his girlfriend.  

The girlfriend said she had returned to his place and found that the man had tied the dog with a chain during the incident. She went to the police the next day and reported the incident.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Breaking down racial barriers

A South African shares a story, from during the last apartheid years and early democratic years.



It was middle of 1989. Linda was a recently qualified Sister at Greys Hospital in Pietermaritzburg.

It seems that Greys was named after Albert Henry George Grey, of Howick, Northumberland, England who was part of the Charter of the British South Africa Company and a certain Cecil John Rhodes was a member.

Her contract with the Natal Administration was due to end only in three years’ time.

1989 was the last years of Apartheid and the end of Apartheid was not long.

Apartheid is racial segregation.

All her certificates and hospital registers were correct and properly processed.

She was with a group of 20 nurses also recently qualified as Sisters.

Matron had requested that the 20 recently qualified Sisters meet in the dining room for nurses.

"I am glad you are all here. . . I have to make an important announcement. . . . The influx of new nurse will be with us in the middle of next week. . . There is an increase of new student nurses compared to the past, as the new influx will include those of Color. These of Color will be chosen from across Natal from outlying hospitals. You here in the rooms, will have to make space. We have not found your postings in the outlying areas yet. Therefore, you have to remain working at Greys. There are two sisters in each room at the moment. From now on, there will have to be three Sisters in each room. Three Sisters per room times 6 is 18 Sisters. Two will have to find another place to stay. 18 plus 2 equals 20.

Linda and Anne will now have to move into rooms near Reception. We know this will be inconvenient.

Linda knew that the two rooms near Reception was the worse place to be. The noise 24 hours and people moving in and out at all hours was not the place to be.

Her present room had commanding view and the morning sun shone into her room. Downstairs, the place as dark, pokey, dusty and -

Matron finished by saying.

That is all. I know you understand and the Hospital Superintendent has the last say. These are his instructions.

Linda was nearly six feet tall. She was well built, robust, had a good brain, worked hard, followed instructions, and was outgoing, kind, no hang-ups and no pent-up anger. . . In addition, she was Irish.


Linda went stone cold. Matron left. The Sisters still had to finish their meal.

The Linda started.

"No. I am not moving downstairs. I am going to the single bachelor doctors' quarters. There are a 100 single rooms there. Only 20 doctors in residence. . . "

These doctors were doing their horsemanship and most came from overseas, Low Countries, France and Germany. They were young and recently qualified. They liked to come to
South Africa, as South Africa had patients that had been badly injured, had many different kinds of diseases. In Europe, young doctors never saw that many kinds of conditions as in Africa. .

Therefore, she finished her meal. All 20 followed her. They went to their rooms got their things and all 20 moved to the North Wing where the doctors' quarters were. Got the keys and set themselves up. The incoming student nurses could have all 10 rooms to use . . ., which they had just vacated.

Superintendent could do nothing. He had to accept what happened.

Three months later. All 20 Sisters were given notice to be in the student nurses' lecture room.

Superintendent addressed them.

"Now it has been decided to post all 20 Sisters to the Ladysmith, Natal, to the Bantoe Emnambithi Hospital. . ."

Now the news came. . .
"You have to maintain a high standard. 80% all blacks in that hospital have syphilis. Blacks can live with this strain of syphilis and not die and they pass this onto their partners in sex. In addition, Whites are not immune to it and you will die if you contract the disease as there is no
cure. . . Gloves will be worn at all times . . ."

So that is what breaking down racial barriers means.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Stop bad mouthing South Africa says Zuma

The president has spoken, don’t bad mouth the country. Who will listen to Zuma and his requests for support? Does Zuma still have any say about what happens in this country? For how long will the people continue to allow the president who is facing corruption charges and has a total disregard for the well-being of the country be allowed to utter nonsensical words?
The biggest communication problem is that we listen, not to hear, but only to reply. President Zuma said the citizens of South Africa must stop badmouthing the country. Zuma said it is important that all South Africans work towards the initiative of avoiding a credit downgrade at the end of the year and thus must stop negative criticism. People will not listen to Zuma, who as a leader has placed the country into a doomed situation.

It is all wrong for people to badmouth South Africa and it causes damage to the reputation of the country so says the leader who has caused more damaged than its ordinary citizens. Therefore, does Zuma want people to lie and tell stories of how satisfactory the situation is in the country? Must a picture be painted of how perfect life is for the people and how prosperous the situation is? Must the people lie about the crime and violence, the terror and rape, the murders and robberies?

It is not necessary for the people to execute anything, or recite the true stories about the current situation Zuma has done it all. The president’s actions and performance have caused more harm to the land, than what the ordinary people say.

Zuma is saying that people should stop the negative stories, but in fact, Zuma appearing with Pravin Gordhan is a show to impress investors who do not have confidence in him. Zuma should do the honorable thing and resign and that will boost the investor confidence.

Perhaps it is a little too late for Zuma, calling on people and business to remain silent. Perhaps businesses should unite and demand that Zuma steps down and that a transparent leader who is free from corruption lead the country.

The repeated crises have raised question marks over whether the country’s leaders have the ability to do their jobs and what motivates them, according to Ivor Sarakinsky, a lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand’s School of Governance.

“There is a clear lack of national leadership,” said Theo Venter, a political analyst at North West University in Potchefstroom, west of Johannesburg. “The governing party is like a headless chicken. We are in a leadership quagmire.”

There we have it, a governing party who is like a headless chicken, now we know why South Africa can be downgraded, and it will not be the citizens’ fault but the one and only President Zuma. Unfortunately, a downgrade will affect the honest, law-abiding citizens and that is the tragedy. On the other hand, a downgrade could mean that Zuma and the headless chicken governing party will squander the last of the resources until the once abundant South Africa becomes another poor African country.

Published today on  South Africa Today – South Africa News

Friday, September 16, 2016

Who is welcome or not welcome in South Africa

I wish I could understand what criteria is applied to decide who is welcome in South Africa and who is not welcome.

The leader of the American Black Panthers shows up in South Africa and talks to obscure black terrorist groups on strategies about massacring whites. He has a lot to say and even suggested that white babies be thrown into boiling oil. That is, according to the holiest white elephant of a constitution the most vicious form of hate speech and racism conceivable. 
He is very welcome here!

The Dalai Lama invited to attend Bishop Tutu’s birthday party. He is the spiritual leader of the people of Tibet, who has for decades been suppressed by the Chinese Communists and his visit to the country is denied, supposedly because it will upset the Chinese.

He is not welcome here!

Omar al-Bashir, the dictator, the murderer, wanted for crimes against humanity welcomed with open arms. Not only allowed in South Africa but smuggled back home too.
He is very welcome here!

Pastor Steven Anderson, the homophobic American pastor is unwelcome, for the same reasons, as the Black Panther was welcomed. Omar al-Bashir is welcome, even if he was accused of upsetting the Chinese as the Dalai Lama had been, yet he is unwelcome.

Is there any logic here? Not that I can recall. Except that I began to suspect, I’m not welcome here.

Read the original article by Daniel Lötter in Afrikaans on Front Nasionaal SA – blad
Published on South Africa Today – South Africa News

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Broederbond video causing a commotion on social media

With respect for the Afrikaners and the Boers, they are a proud patriotic and God loving people, the Broederbond is the watchdog, an organization that focuses on internationalism instead of nationalism.

During the apartheid heydays in the sixties, it was the place where one could obtain the biggest return on capital investment. The British benefited as a country and as individuals. They were adept at controlling the economic sphere in order to enrich themselves. They controlled the Afrikaner Broederbond, which stood under the control of the Freemasons. The South African government was saturated with Freemasons, a la the SA version, referred to as “goat riders”.

The most intriguing to note is that during the time of the National Party leadership the Freemasons ensconced themselves in specifically the South African Police and the SA Defense Force. Unless one would be a part of this group, you would not be promoted to a senior position, with all its rewards and financial implications. Even until today, they tend to play a major role in the current structures. Even the creation of similar organizations in order to cater for the new black elite was formed. The role of the Freemasons stems from the time of the British, and it makes sense. The Afrikaners were enticed into the Broederbond that would be their own secret society. Unbeknownst to them the Broederbond was in effect also a creation of the Freemasons. This makes tactical clear sense.

Whilst the Afrikaners organized themselves into the Broederbond, they were in effect nothing else than a secret division of the English Freemasons, until today. There are historical reasons thereto, for better or for worse, they played a very strong, although hidden hand in the economic development of South Africa. It has been recorded that after the Peace of Vereeniging in 1902 which led to the end of the war between England and the Boer Republics and brought the Union of South Africa into being in 1910, that Rhodes was scouring the Free State on horseback in order to obtain mining rights. In this regard, various Afrikaners, including Paul Sauer, a later Minister in the National Party Government, accompanied him.

Who else? The creation of the Broederbond, a supposed cultural organization to promote Afrikaner economic interests and acting in secret. Unbeknownst to the many Afrikaner members the Broederbond was actually controlled by the British Freemasons. Why not? It makes perfect economic sense.

The freemasons in South Africa are of a decidedly different breed than their big brother back in the United Kingdom. The Broederbond was a creation to control the economy and give rise to an Afrikaner business class. In this regard, the Freemasons, whatever they wanted to believe, always controlled the Broederbond.

Today, on social media, several people are intrigued with the Broederbond and in particular, the role this organization is fairing in South Africa.

Quote from a Facebook Post “Shocking documentary recently released about the Broderbund’s role to destabilize the country. The Broederbond and its media houses, which includes E-Tv and the whole of Media24/Naspers, are squarely behind the white supremacist DA.
I feel sorry for the non-white DA voter, supporting an organization that’s sole purpose is to oppress and subjugate non-whites in South Africa and Globally. These people even own the EFF.”


Let us not forget what Julius Malema, leader of the EFF said about the Broederbond.


Broederbond video causing a commotion on social media
Broederbond video causing a commotion on social media
Watch the video it is historically the truth and in particular, watch the last five minutes that portrays South Africa as it is seen today.

Published on  South Africa Today – South Africa News





Monday, September 12, 2016

Shocking acts of cruelty to dogs - Video

A sickening video has been doing its rounds on social media of someone abusing a stray dog in front of his friends.

The footage shows the man grabbing the animal by its back legs as it whimpers in pain.

He then hurls the dog around before letting it go and lets it land on the concrete as laughter can be heard in the background.

After the brutal attack the dog appears to get back on its feet and limps off in pain as it tries to find safety.

These kind of videos make us sick to the stomach and we only share them so that these immoral scumbags can be arrested and be dealt with by police. These type of people deserve to rot and die in jail. Animals have no idea what they did wrong or what is going on. Our hope is that this excuse for a human be found and justice be served.

This video was posted by police pics and clips.

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To make matters worse, a photo of a dog chained was posted on Facebook.

" This poor boy was brought into us from Chatsworth as a stray in so much pain, I rushed him to Dr Hoole to get this clamp removed. Another unnecessary expense for us but we have to treat this dog. Not a good start to the week! Now we just pray for a speedy recovery for this precious boy." - SPCA Amanzimtoti

Hands and feet - Cornelia Erasmus

Many of my readers will remember Cornelia De Wet and her daughter Cornelia Erasmus. De Wet was charged by the South African Government for possession of ammunition, and spent several years in prison. It was in prison that she was raped and carried the heavy burden of torture. Her trial took over 7 years to end, with more than 50 court appearances. Fortunately the evidence the state used against her was falsified and she was granted a five year suspended sentence. The entire ordeal has changed her life, and being a member of the minority group is unable to find work, but she does take care of the people around her.  Her fight to prove her innocence was a nightmare but today, she still endures the scars of being branded a political criminal.
 Her daughter was a victim of crime and intimidation and at such a young age forced to endure unnecessary trauma. 

Today the young Cornelia is a mentor for the underprivileged white South Africans who have no where to live and hardly no food to eat. I want to share a letter the young lass wrote about the people she helps. Watch the video as well.
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Good morning brothers and sisters 
Are you there ,so please be still and silent for the next few minutes so we can have conversation .I wrote this email for my brothers and sisters and I'm so thankful that you're here and that you will take 5minutes of your time and read my email .I have something very important I,d like to share with you .Asking for help is never easy ,especially if you're asking help for the people who need our help ..When money or time is a concern for people you are reaching out to ,I feel that I will get rejected .

Brothers and sisters I ask you help if you are in the position to help ,if you not please share this with your friends and family .You all know me for a very long time now and know I will do anything to help a brother or sister .Most of you know the situation in South Africa .I want to reach out to you we need urgent help for brothers and sisters in South Africa .They are homeless or have lost there jobs or for medical reason can't work .Some of these people living on the streets have no place to go to .They sleep on the streets and its dangerous for them .There are kids what don't have food to eat what go hungry to bed tonight because there is no food in the house mom and dad have lost there jobs .Can you imagine a child go to bed without even have a slice of bread to eat .Elderly people suffering because they have nothing .Did you ever look in a hungry person's eyes and see that some of them have give up because life is hard down here .

I ask you to open your heart for these people and children .If you didn't know $1 can feed a child for a day .If you find it in your heart to help our brothers and sisters in South Africa .Hands and feet's for Jesus have found a place to take these people of the streets give them a place to live and food everyday to eat .I know brother or sister some of you will open your heart to help .

Hands and feet's for Jesus doing a great job for our brothers and sisters .Pastoor van Staden and his wife help these people everyday ,cook for them .And make sure they have a plate of food to eat .What will happen if no one want to help our brothers and sisters ,bur God have sent Pastoor van Staden and his wife to work with these people and doing a great job .But alone they can't do it they need us to help them .Please make a donation they need $1000 dollors and I know we can raise that $1000 between us.

If you can make a donation you can do it throw PayPal Thank you for taking your time to read my letter God bless you.
Cornelia dewet 14/88 
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