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Monday, January 21, 2013

More Hooligan Drama in Sasolburg


This video shows so-called ‘protesters’ looting shops near Sasolburg. Take note how these hooligans have targeted a liquor store. Apparently about R2mil worth of stock was looted at this store. Baboons don’t even behave in this manner. “Unhappy about municipal demarcation plans” – my arse!


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According to the Marxist theory, we are at War, and will remain in this horrifying predicament until a time when the Marxist-Communists are finally convinced their World Revolution has overthrown all free markets and class systems… Read more

It is difficult to end a series of blog postings titled “South Africa at War” with an appropriate conclusion, especially if this war is an ongoing affair. However, I believe this final posting in this short series will leave people with some food for thought, and also the realization that we are deviously and systematically being brainwashed into accepting the coming waves of revolutionary demonstrations and protests as normal – almost as if nature intended it that way… Read more


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