Wednesday, June 5, 2013

ANC Politics: "Black Good. White Bad."

South Africa's Dirty Politics

With the elections coming up next year it’s becoming all too obvious that the ANC have no intentions of playing the game fairly. Their devious behaviour is unsurprisingly predictable, for what else can we expect from these terrorists of old, who after all these years of so-called democratic freedom still think it’s acceptable to make War against the Peoples of South Africa?

South Africa at War

There are numerous examples of the ANC’s deceitfulness, their greed, their arrogance and stupidity, and also their infatuation with race (Google is your friend). One only has to browse the comment sections of various local news sites to see how South Africans are becoming increasingly more agitated with this nonsense. It was never like this a few years ago, and it’s one of the reasons why this blog took an aggressive stance against the ANC.

It is gratifying to see that the citizens of this country are becoming progressively more vocal in this regard, and that more and more people are acknowledging the fact that we have the wrong government in power. Maybe the time has now come that this blog can slacken down somewhat on matters that concern ANC politics ;-) It bores me to death anyway!

On the user-generated section of you’ll find several Black columnists who don’t play with words when it comes to describing how they feel about the ANC and their dirty politics. One prime example is a columnist who goes by the display name “Mkhandela” (Real name Thabang Ndlovu). As far back as 2012 already he published an article on News 24 titled Politics is dirty, ANC dirtier.

The opening paragraph reads as follows:
“Politics is infamous for being a dirty game. South African politics is no exception! If one follows it closely one can draw the conclusion that South African politicians are incurably racist. This statement is directed more to the vanguards at Luthuli House and the overwhelming squad that follows them.”
Click here to view other commentaries by the same columnist.

(Take Note: One cannot rule out the possibility that this person’s identity is fake – expertly created by the Demonic Liberal Mob, with fake facebook identity and all!)

While we’re on the subject, here’s the latest news about an ANC politician who feels no shame whatsoever about being a racist:

Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane
Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane

"PALE males" will make a return to the government in Gauteng if the Democratic Alliance (DA) wins the province in next year’s elections, warned Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane on Monday, as the battle over South Africa’s economic hub accelerates with both parties parading their service delivery successes in a push to win over voters.

"It can’t happen, it shall not happen" that South Africa’s richest province will be run by the DA, which would immediately put in charge "a pale male". Speaking after delivering her office’s budget speech, Ms Mokonyane said despite posturing over liberation struggle credentials or of service delivery, DA governance was characterised by reversals in transformation and the African National Congress (ANC) would ensure the public was spared the "white gevaar". (Full report here)


DOUGLAS GIBSON - former Opposition Chief Whip and South Africa's Ambassador to Thailand, recently posed the following question to readers of The Citizen, in response to the latest racist remarks so shamelessly uttered by Ms Mokonyane:

I wonder if readers of The Citizen are as tired of racism as I am. In the bad old days, white was good and black was bad. I hated that. In the bad new days, black is good and white is bad. I hate that too.

It is remarkable how politicians, some of them very senior, feel no shame about being racists.  Some feel no need to set an example of tolerance and respect.

They ignore the principles of the Freedom Charter, which they pretend to venerate, and the constitution, which they have sworn to uphold.

Our Bill of Rights is a cornerstone of democracy in South Africa.  It enshrines the rights of all people in our country and affirms the democratic values of human dignity, equality and freedom.

Why is it so easily ignored by populist politicians when engaging in a bit of rabble-rousing?

Gauteng premier Nomvula Mokonyane is a racist.  She does not regard herself as premier of the whole province or of all the people of Gauteng.

She saw fit to refer with contempt to “pale males” and gave an emphatic assurance that they would not return to the Gauteng legislature.

“It cannot happen, it shall not happen,” she said.

Later she said the ANC would ensure the public would not have to experience white gevaar.

I would be interested to know how this differs from the racist cries of old about swart gevaar.

In the new South Africa racist comments like this should be taboo, but as long as they come from ANC members they seem to be acceptable. How would similar comments be received if they were made by a white racist instead of a black racist?

Is the ANC happy to have the Gauteng premier promoting interracial fear and loathing? Not a peep has come from the ANC HQ about her prejudice.

The ANC must be unconcerned about the conduct of Mokonyane. It does not care that some people in this province are publicly vilified by this premier as a danger and an affront.

No one will be surprised that the provincial cabinet of MECs has not a single white male and only one white female.

But not everyone who is an ANC MEC is useless. Some are adequate, some are mediocre and some are worse than useless.

This province is the financial heartland of our country with significant numbers of people of all races and both genders with professional, technical and financial skills that could be used to help provide wider representation and good government.

If the ANC made a determined effort to return to its honourable but today almost forgotten nonracial past it might help to improve the overall quality of its governance.

Something that comforts me and others is that increasing numbers of black and white voters reject racist and divisive politics.

We want to be recognised as humans, South Africans, men and women who are equal and who are valued as individuals.

When the ANC loses votes in 2014 perhaps the message will get through that racism is out and nation-building is in. - Sourced from: The Citizen

Nay, I don’t think so Mr Gibson! The ANC has far too many sheeple voters on their side, which they would prefer to keep untutored and living in obscurity for as long as possible. Do you really think the shambles in our Education Department is just all a coincidence?

Limpopo's Education woes continue, and ANC disbands former Malema strongholds (Limpopo)
Dirty politics?


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What the DA does not realize is that it cannot cater for black needs as well as for white needs at tne same time, unlike the ANC which is predominantly their for the blacks. SA citizens are different in culture with different historical backgrounds.

The whites at the moment do not have strong political leadership and cannot stand up to the ANC dominance.


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

IMHO, the ANC is losing support, but I think those voters would rather die than vote for a "white" party.

"It is true that the ANC won 63% of the national vote in 1994 and increased that to 65.9% in 2009. However, this figure is misleading as it ignores the growing number of people who are choosing not to vote at all."

from here...

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The anc will stoop to the lowest levels to keep the country in their greedy corrupt hands.

They enjoy the money the west give them for our minerals although they are constantly attempting to change that status.

As for the D.A they must eat up their sh1t in kaapstat with the youth league.

What the general public are aware of regarding the anc via the main stream media is only touching the tip of the iceburg.

There is far much more on the stove,crime wise etc and internationally,by the anc.

But as they say in the classics,What is done in the dark will still come to light.

I have stopped with the local media, I have other sources to gain my international and local news,both at grassroots and ......


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This Nomvula is a RKB.

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

Yes Tia, and now all white ANC members must take note of her comments. And they think everything is fine?

Dmitri Dumas said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I take it all have been watching the headlines regarding the terrorist is hospital!!!

Tia, any opinion on this?

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

Commentary on Nelson Mandela

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Fuck Mandela!

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