Monday, August 1, 2011

The Future of South Africa Is Militant Black!

The National Rural Youth Service Corps (NARYSEC) is a two-year skills development programme aimed at organising young black adults, aged between 18 – 35, to serve what the ANC government calls “rural empowerment centres”. According to the information provided on the government website of the Department Rural Development and Land Reform, the sole intention of Narysec was to enhance skills development among the unemployed. A Grade 10 certificate is one of the requirements for acceptance into the programme. The programme was officially launched by President Jacob Zuma in May 2011. At that point in time the number of participants recruited was about 7956.

Whenever I see the word “revolution” all my senses immediately go on red alert, as it conjures up images of rebellion and civil disobedience, the stuff young Marxist-Communist Socialists thrive on.

When I read the latest news this weekend about the military training the ANC government is freely providing to selected members of Narysec, I quickly surfed over to the official website to see for myself what exactly are the true objectives of this so-called skills-programme, and sure enough there it was - in black and white…

Create a major countryside revolution for socio-economic freedom through nation-building and community service.


About 500 selected members of Narysec have already received seven-weeks customised military training at the De Brug military camp in Bloemfontein. According to the latest news reports 1,000 members are reporting to the Saldanha military naval base for training from today - (1 Aug 2011). Another 1,000 are scheduled for October 2011.


Before recruits were dispatched for training to the De Brug military camp Narysec Manager, Mr Anton Van Staden, told them that the aim of the training was to inculcate discipline, patriotism as well as sensitising the youth about why they should get involved in community-based development projects. Van Staden also explained the idea behind the military camp: “We want you (learners) to be more disciplined. At the end of this exercise you will know how to address a senior person; you will know what it means to be in civic service; you will know the colours of the National Flag and the National Anthem.”

When welcoming the youth the army representative General Thanduxolo Mandela thanked the Department for giving the Department of Defence an opportunity for training the youngsters.

Quoting from Karl Marx, General Mandela made an assertion from the philosopher that says: "A man must be in a position to lead in order to make history. Today in this country we are making history in participating in youth development which is 2009 – 2014 focus of the Department of Defence."

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Visit Adriana Stuijt’s site to read more about the Uhuru-movement among black Africans including in Zimbabwe and South Africa, run by the “African Peoples Socialist Party” – and which broadcasts a constant stream of anti-Western and anti-Semitic hatespeech all over the world. Click here to read more about the Uhuru-movement on their own official website.



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This is an interesting little ploy by the regime.

Behold - I give you South Africa's version of Mugabe's infamous "Green Bombers". The "civilian" spearhead of the forced removal and dispossession of the white peoples of South Africa. Controlled by the regime yet not affiliated to them at all. These buggers are the force they will use to get the severely stalled NDR rolling again.

A tool to be directed solely as Bra' Jakes or his heir apparent - Juju sees fit, and they then can turn around and say: "Who, Us?" in all innocence.

Watch these little miscreants VERY carefully.

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