Monday, October 15, 2012

South Africa - Heading for Socialist Nationalisation?

Watch Alec Thraves of the far-left Socialist Party (of England and Wales) speaking in Marikana:

Close on a hundred wildcat strike leaders from mines in the North West, Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Limpopo met in Marikana on Saturday 13 October 2012. The resolutions adopted at the meeting included intensifying mine strikes, broadening labour action, a program to occupy shafts and the call for a national general strike.

Camera work and editing by Jonathan H Pienaar.

For the full story read: Marikana tragedy marches towards platinum rebellion (Daily Maverick)



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

If Britain is so great, what is he doing in SA. Probably speaking about his own fellow country running the mining industry in SA.

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

Interesting : The mineworkers need an imported white commie to verbalise their ( manipulated )
wishes. Other gold producers in various countries will laugh their heads off about the way we stuff up our mining industry.

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

Dear readers, I don’t always have the time to spell out, word-for-word, in every single posting what exactly is taking place in South Africa right now (and I apologise for this). In this short posting I used a familiar Afrikaans acronym – HKGK, which stands for (Hier Kom Groot Kak) Eng: There’s BIG sh*t on the way).

The video and links to external sources in this short posting speak for themselves, and should give a good idea where we’re heading… That is IF you follow the link to the wikipedia page dealing with the Socialist Party (of England and Wales). The first bit of info mentions that they are a Trotskyist political party. If you follow the link from “Trotskyist”, the very first passage reads: “Trotskyism is the theory of Marxism as advocated by Leon Trotsky. Trotsky considered himself an orthodox Marxist and Bolshevik-Leninist, which included his support for the establishment of a vanguard party of the working-class.”

This essentially sums up where we are heading… HKGK!

Listen carefully what Alec Thraves is telling these blacks and the militant-type language he uses to stir the rebellion … He says, starting @ 0:24 “The WORLD is watching the South African miners. The WORLD is supporting the South African miners.”

This is why there will be no end to the strikes, and why, since 1994, South Africa has the highest number of protests in the world. During the 2004/05 financial year about 6,000 protests were officially recorded - an unknown number of protests went unrecorded. This meant that at least 15 protests were taking place each day in South Africa at this time. However the number of protests has escalated dramatically since then. See the posting: South Africa’s Ring of Fire

In other words -- the strikes will not end because these blacks firmly believe the lie that the ENTIRE WORLD is behind them. This should then also provide a clue as to who was really behind the Marikana incident – It wasn’t the two trade Unions; it was undercover Militant Marxists!

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

Yup, that is the way it is going,one wishes one could take all these effing commies out from this planet. I could just punch that white trashes teeth in, that piece of scum, oh how I hate white liberals/commies.

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

While these guys are all UNITING white South Africans are finding every excuse to show how they are different

How many different races of "Boer" // "Africaner" are there now ????

Never mind English speaking South Africans / Africans -- yes there are still white Africans in Kenya and other places.

Forget about blogs that want you to sign in

In this day and age -- anonymous is not really anonymous -- but it is better than nothing.

Apart from the interesting history

Are you always wanting to SPLIT up people ?
The only TRUE "Boers" are the descendants of the "Krygers" that never signed the peace treaty of Vereeniging !

OK do you see where this is going -- "versuiwering"

How many are going to be left ????

Do you think that a black murderer cares who is what ????

Really stupid to carry on like this

Do not be like Dan Roodt ( and others )
Find things that can UNITE ( EENDRAG ) ALL the white Africans !

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

An eye opener Tia, an eye opener. HKGK! I fully agree with you. And still there are many who believe all's OK. What would it take to wake them up? As you said in previous posts, things will get harder. And still you get people who believe it won't happen. What can one do to try and wake them up?

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

There will be much chanting and jubilation when they eventually all get their R16,000 – R18,500 salaries. However, the ecstasy will fade away more-or-less at the same rate the cost of living will increase, and it’s going to skyrocket for sure! These idiot-strikers don’t understand this. The poor will get poorer, while the rich sit back and wait… and laugh. In the meantime, while the development of the country’s infrastructure is stalled (and damaged), and while investors pull out, and prices rise, the gold and platinum will safely remain under ground - to be mined in a future time, when and IF sanity and stability prevails again. But before that happens we’re all in for tough times – HKGK!

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

@whiteson – There’s not much we can do to wake them up. The msm will keep them in semi state of slumber and addiction (by means of entertainment) forever… It’s their job! The abnormal developments we see unfolding now will be advertised as a natural (r)evolution,and everyone will believe the lie. At some future time when the majority do wake up and start screaming for help, the masters of darkness will simply say, “but this is what you asked!” Then another solution will be presented, and the cycle (problem-reaction-solution) will repeat itself, until eventually all humanity surrenders to one supreme ruler (the angel of light – II Cor 11:14) --- and THEN??? -- sudden destruction cometh upon them (I Thes 5:3).

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

Donker prentjie oor SA geskets (Die Burger)

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

I own a rare 1975 gold Krugerrand. I wonder if a strike in SA will drive gold prices up further, making it profitable to sell said coin.

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

Ow tell me, guvner, are ye still living on the dole?

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