Wat sê jou hart volksgenoot? JA vir oorlewing en Selfbeskikking. JA vir Onafhanklik om onsself te regeer soos voor 1994 sonder inmenging van ander volke. Absolute! Yes to survival and Self-determination. There is no other way for minority people like us in South Africa to escape the discrimination and communism.
Ons gaan nie in enige Reënboognasie politieke party oorleef nie. Na 24 jaar is dit duidelik ons word uitgewis. Op ekonomiese en maatskaplike gebied word ons minder en armer.
Hoeveel is al vermoor? Het gesterf in hospitale weens tekort aan mediese sorg? Landuit en ontwortel? Verarm weens swart bemagtiging?
Hoeveel kon ons al gewees het as ons 20 jaar gelede ‘n onafhanklike gebiede gehad het? Ons eie volks besighede geskep het?
Die Liberale blanke en kommunistiese grondwet ondersteuners wys hul ware kleure weg van enige volk, Geskiedenis taal en kultuur. Ons menseregte word op elke gebied geskend.
Demokrasie word nog erger verkrag en geskend. Baie valshede wat voorgehou word as die beste grondwet!
Maar in wie se guns word die korrupsie en swart bemagtiging toegeken?
Persone en organisasies se beelde word gepoets waarvan die binnekant reeds vanaf 1994 padgegee het soos lawa uit ‘n woendende vulkaan voortsnel.
Liberales het soveel bygedra tot die rewolusie wat vandag in Suid-Afrika woed, inteendeel kon die ANC dit nie alleen vermag nie. Dit is al vir etlike dekades opgebou. Uit Rhodes se dae al
Hoekom het ons in SA dan dubbel standaarde oor veral rassisme, diskriminerende wetgewing, kriminele, korrupsie en moorde? Veral teenoor blankes gemik?
Communism, Socialism, Capitalism, and Democracy
Communism is one of our top all-time lookups, and user comments suggest that’s because it is often used in opaque ways. In some sources, communism is equated with socialism; in others, it is contrasted with democracyand capitalism. Part of this confusion stems from the fact that the word communism has been applied to varying political systems over time. When it was first used in English prose, communism referred to an economic and political theory that advocated the abolition of private property and the common sharing of all resources among a group of people, and it was often used interchangeably with the word socialism by 19th-century writers.
The differences between communism and socialism are still debated, but generally English speakers used communism to refer to the political and economic ideologies that find their origin in Karl Marx’s theory of revolutionary socialism, which advocates a proletariat overthrow of capitalist structures within a society, societal and communal ownership and governance of the means of production, and the eventual establishment of a classless society.
The most well-known expression of Marx’s theories is the 20th-century Bolshevism of the U.S.S.R., in which the state, through a single authoritarian party, controls a society’s economy and social activities with the goal of realizing Marx’s theories.
Communism is often contrasted with capitalism and democracy, though these can be false equivalencies depending on the usage. Capitalism refers to an economic theory in which a society’s means of production are held by private individuals or organizations, not the government, and where prices, distribution of goods, and products are determined by a free market. It can be contrasted with the economic theories of communism, though the word communism is used of both political and economic theories. Democracy refers to a system of government in which supreme power is vested in the people and exercised through a system of direct or indirect representation which is decided through periodic free elections.
Democracy is contrasted with communism primarily because the 20th-century communism of the U.S.S.R. was characterized by an authoritarian government, whereas the democracy of the 20th-century U.S. was characterized by a representative government
Democracy is a system of rule by laws, not by individuals.
In a democracy, the rule of law protects the rights of citizens, maintains order, and limits the power of government.Jan 21, 2004
Democracy is a system of government in which people choose their rulers by voting for them in elections. …
Democracy is a system of running organizations, businesses, and groups in which each member is entitled to vote and take part in decisions.
a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives.
There are many many forms of democracy, which comes from the Greek word demos=people and kraci=power, rule.
A true democracy has many definitions. A simple way to understand democracy uses these 2 definitions:
In a strong democracy, the government is controlled by ALL of the people.
In a weak democracy the government is controlled by a FEW of the people.
Elected Representative Democracy, ERD, is now customary. Its main benefit is that you only need to vote for a single person, who will cast their vote, for their benefit, for their term in the office. So they may not vote the way you would. If your candidate loses, you are excluded from democracy. In either case, you are powerless and thus free to do other things, and be justifiably shallow.
With ERD, the USA passed legislation in 2015: a 1600 page bill, over one trillion dollars, not debated, not transparent, passed in the 11th hour, under extortion circumstances (government shutdown), and admittedly not read by the representatives. And the process repeated every year afterward. I consider this a weak democracy.
In another option, people could vote on all legislation, as in Hired Representative Democracy, HRD. Your representative works for you, is an expert on the legislation, does the hard work of crafting legislation, and then votes your vote according to your instructions (or is dismissed).