Sunday, September 9, 2012

Falling into the trap of Ochlocracy

The ANC Youth League (ANCYL) recently questioned why no Whites were among those killed in the Marikana shootings.  "We must be worried that 100% of those shot were Black," the league's acting dickhead president Ronald Lamola said.

Speaking at the 21st anniversary celebration of the South African Students' Congress (Sasco) in Durban, he told guests that South Africa should be worried (oh really!) that there were "so few" Whites and Indians in student movements - (news report here).

About half of Cosatu’s current members believe violence is necessary to achieve results during strike action. This view was confirmed by a draft organisational report they presented yesterday in preparation for further discussions to be held in Midrand soon. One worker quoted in the report said: “In South Africa, there is no other way the workers can be heard. Violence and strike is the language that [bosses] hear better.”

Well, they can go to hell for all I care!

When are these brainwashed idiots ever going to get it into their heads that there are a significant number of South Africans, OF ALL RACES and not just White people, who don’t want to be associated with a lawless bunch of knopkierie, panga-wielding, rock-chucking savages? How many years has it now been that the socialist-communist concept of non-racial multi-everything politics, and freedom for all has been forced down our throats - relentlessly non-stop?

Now these demagogues want to initiate an urgent campaign to transform Cosatu into a non-racial organisation. They make a point of mentioning that when Sasco was formed 21 years ago, White and Indian students had participated. WHAT - 21 years ago? That was in 1991 in the ol’ dreaded apartheid era, was it not?  Is there perhaps a yearning to go back to the days BEFORE South Africa malformed into a democrazy travesty, or am I reading this all wrong?

Urgent Campaigns?

I’ve always been sceptical about urgent campaigns as 9 out of 10 times these campaigns have a hidden agenda and are aimed at bamboozling people with oft repeated outright lies and semi-truths. The reason why organisations like Sasco and others are today dominated by Black Africans is because the rest have seen through all the trickery and bamboozling. The prominent Black African chiefs steering these organisations are fully aware of this little dilemma. They know that if they continue with the current trend of membership, their organisations are going to lose credibility as “Democratic Institutions” - no matter if their numbers grow or not. Now all of a sudden they want to fix this problem by attracting other colours into their disorganised black mess… Like I said: They can go to hell!

At the end of the day this ongoing chaos we see in South Africa has absolutely nothing to do with Racial Polarization, or poverty. It’s all about Mob Rule… The correct term is in fact Ochlocracy. It is thus all about the tyranny of the majority and the rule of passion over reason.

This mob-like manifestation we see in South Africa is a treacherous game that can quite easily catch the fancy of the naïve and careless, as recently happened when supporters of the Solidarity Movement loaded trolleys full of stuff at Woolies in Rustenburg and left it there. By behaving like a mob (or dare I say barbarians) they fell into the trap of Ochlocracy. This uncivilized behaviour has created somewhat of catch-22 situation in my own mind as I am, in the light of recent events, no fan of Woolworths either, and will on occasion also support Solidarity (and others) if I believe the cause is truly worthy.

In conclusion (well almost) – the message I want to get across in this posting is that we’re making a big mistake if we start supporting the godless and unruly masses that are forever dominating the news. It’s a trap that has been meticulously thought out by the ‘Masters of Darkness’ who rule planet earth – and I don’t really care how ridiculous this repetitive phrase of mine may sound! They thrive on this constant chaos and desperately want the crowds (mob) to take the law into their own hands, as they cannot wait to enforce more control upon us and to eventually present their godless Mediator of Peace. There’s been countless ‘campaigns’ running simultaneously – all aimed at destroying civilized morals and good governance. Many of these campaigns don’t have an official name coupled to it, but one of their latest is the so-called “shift of consciousness” movement that so many people are raving about.

“For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.” – (I. Thessalonians 5:3)

If we carry on with this current crazy trend then before we know it we’ll be thinking and behaving like a mob.

What does mob behaviour look like?
There are many examples of mob behaviour that I can present to readers - (Google is your friend). Almost all of them will carry a warning that the content may disturb sensitive viewers/readers. The following video is a recent (typical South African) example. It’s one of the milder ones, but also carries a warning for the sensitive type.


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

Groot artikel.
Dankie, Besoeker

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

As usual, a very good posying Tia. And I agree 100%, to hell they can go. It makes you think. It's also showing us what the future hold for us. No doubt.

G.O said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

nice article, but for the most part these guys are too dumb to be racist. saying no white miners were killed. thats because most white people are not rock drillers and their skill set is beyond rock drilling. what really at issue here is the use of violence by the miners..maybe the police needs some military assistance

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