Wednesday, February 9, 2011

The youth of SA have been hijacked by the enemy! - (Video)

The video featured in this posting will enlighten readers as to how confused the youth of South Africa have become. Psychologists will probably have a scientific name for the psychotic phenomenon the producer of the video is suffering from, but in basic simple terms it boils down to this:

When people have been conquered by an enemy, and have been beaten into a state of surrender, followed by a bombardment of propaganda and enforced compliance to a new set of rules, then sooner or later those people will start worshiping their new masters. It is, in a certain warped sense, a strategy of survival for the meek and powerless.

I’ve spoken before about this phenomenon in a very old article on this blog entitled, Prisoners of War. In that article I stated, among others, that -- “At that very moment in the month of April 1994 when the powers of democracy placed a Marxist Government in control of South Africa, every single citizen who was in opposition to the ruling force automatically became “Prisoners of War”, --- and you didn’t have to be a soldier to fall into that category! The sad fact is that many people don’t even realize this, simply because the process of sanitization in this prison camp is still an ongoing gradual procedure.” Click here to read the full article.

Incidentally, the confused young fellow who produced the video in this posting, is the same chap who managed to shut down the hard-hitting controversial, straight-and-honest SA Sucks blog. This video is proof that he specifically targeted SAS, with the objective of shutting them down.

While viewing the video below, take note how this confused young fellow worships the official leader of the enemy (Mandela), and how he subtly plays with the terms “terrorist” and “freedom fighter”, – terms the current modern worldview is unable to define, because satanic forces on earth have succeeded in taking control of our minds!

And by the way ... SA Sucks is Back Online


Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Thanks for taking the time to keep us abreast of matters and great blog yourself.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

It's only a pleasure!

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Tia please tell us whats going on with SASucks.
It looks like theyre down for good and now I cannot acces Mike's blog either??? Thanks


Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Anonymous (February 21, 2011 10:49 AM)

I am also very much in the dark about what is going on with SAS. Check out the comment section on the following posting:

Multicultural Suicide

I will also be posting an article today with my speculations. Stay tuned!

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