Daar steun die Inkatha leier sowaar ook die onteiening van grond sonder vergoeding, maar binne die wetgewing. Hoe is dit nou vir ‘n kishou toe ons almal gedink het die Inkatha is nou saam met “Afriforum” … Daar word sommer baie verskillende stoeltjies hier waargeneem waarop mense sit en verwissel word “musical chairs”.
Now, can I then ask the Zulu and other people to give then their (Ingonyama) trustlands as well as all landclaims, thusfar registered as CPA to the ANC or to the next rulers – possibly the Chinese. It will be without compensation and it is for the new owners to decide what to do with Ingonyama trust (or other lands), and not the zulu or khoisan or other people. From now on, there will be “no tradisional leader” because the tax payers are paying all the salaries and benefits of all trustlands – that will be stopped immediately.
Buthelezi of the IFP Ingonyama trustland and is in support of land expropriation – Good for all the Zulus that live on that lands since 1854. Then all trustlands and lanclaims must be open to all of the people – most of those lands have only “communal rights” – give the people title deeds. Both are open just to certain people in this country and not open to all. Blacks created their own separate lands (segregation) since 1854 and not the whites or Verwoerd.
Here are quick question or two – but there are also suggestions I want to put in the news to all those tribal authorities. Just be aware is just a suggestion you have to follow on the new legislation you, the Inkatha leader supported and also every other traditional leader supported this new legislation without compensation. Do you support black empowerment and affirmative action Mr Buthelezi (and other ethnic groups) – yes you do?
You like it to discriminate against whites in South Africa, because you also called us settlers. You know it is an international crime? B-BBEE is also racism and discrimination against the whites.
You also notice that your MP told us that ramaphosa said the whites are frogs. You also respect the decisions made by ramaphosa and parliament about the land expropriation without compensation.
Trustlands are also separate lands, like homelands were. There are no difference between Trustland and Homeland. Homeland was a selfgovernment – today you have nothing. You changed the Homelands concept to Trustlands – and therefor it was that agreement on the table just before the 1994 elections. And YOU call us names, like settlers Mr Buthelezi.
What are you different from Malema then?
IFP leader Inkosi Mangosuthu Buthelezi warned that if the expropriation of land without compensation was not handled properly, it could prompt investors to disinvest and reignite racial tensions.
While Buthelezi stressed he supported land expropriation without compensation, he emphasised that it should be done within the confines of the law.
He said it was problematic for the government to take land which it wanted without compensating anyone. “I’m deeply concerned by where the expropriation of land without compensation will lead us.
“I’m not against it.
“But if we do not handle it with great care it is certain to deter foreign investment,” he said.
“If I was a foreign investor and asked to invest in a country where there is expropriation without compensation, I wouldn’t go there unless I needed my head read,” said Buthelezi. Citing the litany of woes that plagued the country including corruption, Buthelezi said it was the “sunset” not the “dawn”, as President Cyril Ramaphosa was preaching. He spoke yesterday during an event hosted by the Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre Consulate General of India in partnership with the 1860 Heritage Centre at Kingsmead Stadium.
The event was called “Impact of the arrival of Indians on culture in South Africa”. His comments come days after the National Assembly voted in favour of the adoption of the report to amend section 25 of the Constitution, when 209 MPs voted in favour and 91 against the move. Without naming anyone, Buthelezi expressed his concerns about politicians who painted Indians as racists, “and less deserving of the fruits of democracy”. “This is completely unacceptable.
“This anti-Indian sentiment, like any social divisions, must be countered with truth and social cohesion,” urged Buthelezi.
“After all, Indians are not settlers in this country,” he said.
He said Indians should be lauded as some of the greatest patriots.
“It is either we swim together or we sink together.
“If we have a common destiny, which I’m sure we have, than there is no other option. We have to work together,”said Buthelezi.
LEES OOK / READ AS WELL
Mnr Buthelezi, toe daar in 1994 ooreenkomste met de klerk en anc aangegaan was, was daar ‘n ooreenkoms op die tafel julle behou julle tuislande en dit word OOK BINNE DIE WETGEWING verander dat julle binne jul reg is om grond te behou. Selfs grondeise word binne wetgewing uitgedeel, en dis mos nou reg, die wetgewing is bly wetgewing. Alles is wettig. Gerieflik word al die onderhandelings oor ‘n volkstaat en selfbeskikking gerieflik vergeet.
Maar nou skielik word die kommunistiese grondwet verander sodat wetgewing geskryf kan word om die anc en kommuniste te pas om grond te onteien sonder vergoeding.
Hoop vir julle part die zoeloe trustgrond, Ingonyama trust, wat dit vandag genoem word is veilig. Gaan lees die wetgewing Buthelezi, die koning Zwelithini is slegs ‘n Trustee – niks is julle sin, dit behoort aan die anc en huidige regering.
Sou die Chinese die grond vat, laat hulle maar al die grondeise wat al ingesit is asook trustgebiede vat, dit behoort in elk geval nie aan die ander volke nie. Leiers is slegs ‘n Trustee en niks meer nie. Dit sal nog makliker wees om aan die nuwe eienaars oor te dra.
As die Chinese die land oorneem vir slegte skuld, moenie dan kla nie, of moenie oorlog maak as die anc die Ingonyama Trust vir die Chinese skenk omdat hul in die skuld is of dalk is dit iemand anders.
Weet dit net – dan het die Zoeloes nog minder as niks, minder as voor 1994 se tuislande, want toe kon julle selfregering gehad het en ook onafhanklik geword het, maar nou gaan julle niks hê nie, nes die res van ons. Plat op die planke – zero ground.
Interessant dat al die opperhoofde so Mandarine geleer het vir ‘n aantal jare al. Dit was in opdrag van die Zoeloe koning Zwelithini gedoen. Of is alles hierdie skyn opvoerings ook van die Zoeloekant af.