FW must be very proud what he achieved – a Nobel price and money? ….
FW de Klerk at an event organised by the Cape Town Press Club – he spoke about the past 25 years since the dawn of democracy in South Africa, outlining some of the things that went wrong, and some of the things that went right. He again make mention about the “dangerous path” the country was on in the 1980’s and “removing” apartheid”. He said that Nelson Mandela’s inauguration was one of the most fulfilling days of his life.
REGTIG? (MUSICAL CHAIRS – BLAME GAME)
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Only his words echoed against the facts and realities of South Africa today. On 23 January 2019, FW de Klerk acknowledged it that what is happening in the country is not in line with what he was promised before 1994 by the ANC. Laugh out loud? He further said that it was not he who deceived, but that the ANC had deceived him. Which is blatantly made up lies make no mistake – he was to busy with other things to worry about Afrikaners or Boers (the White minority people of South Africa). He made the choice and the ANC was also proud to get a country for free, with infrastructure, mostly serviced hospitals, universities. He was even involved in agreements with the Zulu and other people, what will happen to the old Homelands.
FW de Klerk het op 23 Januarie 2019 erken wat tans in die land gebeur strook nie met wat hy of deur die ANC voor 1994 beloof is nie. Kan mens hardop lag? Hy sê voorts dis nie hy wat mislei het nie, maar dat die ANC hom mislei het. Wat blatant opgemaakte leuens is.
(VALS VLAGGIE POLITIEK)
FW en sy multi-kultuur
Sy voetstappe getuig teen hom en sy kaders – uitlate getuig teen hom. Dis ‘n voldonge feit – FW de Klerk en sy ou Kodesa span het nie voorsiening gemaak vir misdaad, korrupsie, rassisme, swart bemagtiging wat onteiening insluit nie, behalwe die duur regsprosesse wat iemand geld uit ons maak, want vir elke saak is daar ‘n regssaak en onkostes uit ons sakke.
IS DIT NOU HULLE GRAP VAN DEMOKRASIE?
Indien die ANC mislei het, hoekom was daar ‘n Akkoord in 1994 onderteken en ‘n Volkstaatraad aangestel.
Hierdie aanbevelings behoort nou nuut aangepas te word, ‘n nuwe mandaat moet verkry word en dan moet daar voortgegaan word met ons selfbeskikking soos wat dit in daardie artikels vervat is. ‘n Provinsie verkry met die oog op selfbeskikking. Nuwe inligting moet bygewerk word. Raadslede wat ten gunste was van die 4-8 groot gebiede waar oor 1 miljoen Afrikaners en Boere (blankes) wat daar is was positief oor die intensiewe navorsing.
Khoisan en swart etniese volke werk nie in geheel saam sedert 1994 nie – hulle het sedertdien hul eie Trustgebiede (ou tuislande is behou) . Ons staatskas is ‘n onuitputbare bron van finansies.
Hoe verskil al hierdie uitgawes met die Trustgebiede met dit in die ou Tuislande? Dit is slegs vir daardie volke bedoel.
Die feit dat daar gelieg word vir ons oor aparte gebiede (tuislande) wat omskep is in Trustgebiede na 1994, word nie eers van melding gemaak nie.
Die feit dat die Ingonyama Trustwet, reeds lank voor 1994 verkiesing geskryf is, is seker ook nie van belang om te weet dat daardie wet, deur De Klerk onderteken is nie.
Vele etniese swart en bruin trusts, sowel die CPA wette wat daarna gevolg het, ( spesifiek vir grondeise), is ook geskoei op aparte gebiede vir spesifieke volke, behalwe vir ons, die Afrikaner en Boer is en was hierby uitgesluit.
Kelvin Grove Club in Newlands, Cape Town – Cape Town Press Club.
FW de Klerk, the former vice-president and the last apartheid president, believes that there is light at the end of the tunnel for South Africa, and calls on the South Africans to work together. The former president examined the past 25 years since democracy began in South Africa Some of the things that went wrong and some of the things that went right.
Recalling the dangerous path the country took in the mid-1980s, he said both the then NP government and the ANC recognized that negotiations were the only way to avoid racial warfare. He said that the agreement reached despite several crises until December 1993 was a “notable achievement,” and he believes that this was one of the most successful change management processes in the world.
MONSTER OF HIS DAY
He said they were It I managed to eradicate apartheid, which is a “monstrous violation” of a minority’s rights.
(HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE BEEN KILLED SINCE 1994)?
“Nelson Mandela’s inauguration was one of the most fulfilling days of my life,” he said ever since.
South Africa did not succeed in achieving equality, and the country is now more unequal than in 1994. De Klerk also lamented the lack of recognition of language and cultural rights and the rise of racist stereotyping and scapegoats by political actors  However, it was not all the fate of the eighteen-year-old who appeared frail after his recent illness. He said South Africa was “extremely happy” that Cyril Ramaphosa emerged victorious at the ANC 2017 conference in Nasrec, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, the preferred candidate of the Zuma camp. That does not mean that he will vote for the ANC in the upcoming elections, he said, but he will vote for an opposition party with proven record numbers Keeping a clean administration that is the most racist party in South Africa. He did not call this party. De Klerk believes Ramaphosa is sincere in restoring state-owned companies captured by former President Jacob Zuma and his cronies.
He said the revelations before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry on the arrest of the state exposed “outrageous corruption at the heart of the previous administration.” “The key test is to what extent the revelations will have consequences.” He said it was essential that Ramaphosa succeed in restoring prosecutors, intelligence agencies, police, state-owned enterprises and other state institutions. He said Ramaphosa should revive Mandela’s vision of genuine reconciliation with an emphasis on equality and non-racism.
South Africa’s Transition from Apartheid to Democracy
South Africa’s successful struggle for freedom and democracy is one of the most dramatic stories of our time. The racial tyranny of apartheid ended with a negotiated transition to a non-racial democracy, but not without considerable personal cost to thousands of men, women, and young people who were involved.
On 21 December 1993 President FW de Klerk held a press conference in which he challenged ANC President Nelson Mandela to a pre-election debate on television and radio. “The Great Debate” as media framed it was set for 14 April 1994 and it was seen as a showdown between South Africa’s two political heavy weights.
14 APRIL 1994
South African Campaign Debate
The two South African leaders spoke during a televised debate just two weeks prior to the first free elections in South Africa. Mr. de klerk and Mr. Mandela discussed their goals for the “new” South Africa and the need for an equal distribution of power among all the people in the country
NEGOTIATED OF NON RACIAL SOCIETY – – B-BBEE IS RACISM , LEGISLATIONS
F W DE KLERK IN FAVOUR OF “BALANCED” AFFIRMATIVE ACTION – ON WHO’S BEHALF? BLACK ECONOMIC EMPLOYMENT – HIS WORDING IS THE VERY SAME AS THE LEADER OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
2014 – FW de Klerk
F.W. De Klerk’s talk at the Oxford Union titled ‘The new South Africa after twenty years’
President of South Africa who, together with Nelson Mandela, helped to end apartheid. Nobel Peace Prize winner.
ABOUT F.W. DE KLERK: Frederik Willem de Klerk (born 18 March 1936), was the seventh and last State President of apartheid-era South Africa, serving from September 1989 to May 1994. De Klerk was also leader of the National Party (which later became the New National Party) from February 1989 to September 1997.
De Klerk brokered the end of apartheid, South Africa’s racial segregation policy, and supported the transformation of South Africa into a multi-racial democracy by entering into the negotiations that resulted in all citizens, including the country’s black majority, having equal voting and other rights. He won the Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize in 1991, the Prince of Asturias Award in 1992 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 along with Nelson Mandela for his role in the ending of apartheid. He was one of the deputy presidents of South Africa during the presidency of Nelson Mandela until 1996, the last white person to hold the position to date. In 1997 he retired from active politics.
As of 2011 he remains active as a lecturer internationally. ABOUT THE OXFORD UNION SOCIETY: The Union is the world’s most prestigious debating society, with an unparalleled reputation for bringing international guests and speakers to Oxford. It has been established for 189 years, aiming to promote debate and discussion not just in Oxford University, but across the globe.
DE KLERK WAS DEEGLIKS BEWUS VAN WAT IN DAKAR GEBEUR HET