Wat of wie is dit wat agter die hele Zuma sage sit – alewige verskoning op verskoning dat misdaad aksies gaan verdwyn. Duidelik is daar spanne osse in Zuma se kraal nes met al die voor hom. Sekere politieke leiers en lede van MK maak hul skuldig om misdaad wat gepleeg is, wat beskerm of goedgepraat word.
The Glorious Revolution, also called “The Revolution of 1688” and “The Bloodless Revolution,” took place from 1688 to 1689 in England. It involved the overthrow of the Catholic king James II, who was replaced by his Protestant daughter Mary and her Dutch husband, William of Orange.
Revolutions – Rewolusies
Discussions with the Six of the ANC
Zuma made several allegations against various parties – from his own comrades in the ANC, the media and the judiciary. The allegations range from claims that his political and legal woes started in the early days of the democratic era, to claims that there are ongoing attempts to assassinate him and to how the ANC, led by Ramaphosa threw him to the wolves.
1. Advocate Bulelani Ngcuka
Zuma said he and his family has suffered immense persecution and several means have been used to try to force him out of politics. He then revived an old and often contested claim that former NPA national director, Adv Bulelani Ngcuka was the first to abuse legal processes by claiming he was corrupt and produced no evidence.
“In 2003, the NPA made damning allegations against me yet decided not to charge me. Having, in a sense, said here is a criminal. I felt hard done because a cloud was kept hanging over my head while I could not deal with the allegations, which were made, not in a court, in a press conference, and therefore I was just there.
“No-one thought, well some of the people doing that were cadres of the movement, no-one thought that we should discuss this matter and deal with this matter, and you will realise why I am saying my movement looked away. Had that been done, the criminal trial which I continue to face today would not be – over 20 years later,” Zuma told the virtual meeting.
2. Zondo Commission
Zuma reiterated that the Zondo commission which is probing allegations of state capture under his 9 year tenure between 2009 and 2018 is a witch hunt against him and the ANC did not step in to help. He claimed that the ANC Top 6 only called the meeting because it wanted to show his enemies that they can force him to toe the line and drop his defiance.
3. Mandla Mandela
Zuma, immediately after the State stopped the funding of his corruption trial, went to his international friends to look for funds. He claimed that Inkosi Mandla Mandela is being used by his enemies to lobby for the ending of his financial support. Zuma claimed that Mandela went to the oil rich Kingdom of Qatar to plead with the Emir there to stop supporting Zuma.
The initial plan between Zuma and the Top 6 was planned to be in person, but the former president later changed his mind and said the meeting should be held via Zoom. A source within Nkandla then told Independent Media that Zuma feared that he would be poisoned at Luthuli House. Zuma’s claims seems to confirm that he decided to appear virtually because he feared for his life.
Zuma feels that the current Top 6 led by Ramaphosa has joined his persecutors. He claimed that Ramaphosa supported those who called for his removal.
The court heard from the Zondo Commission, which is probing allegations of state capture between 2009 and 2018, how Zuma defied its ruling of late January where refused to appear to testify.
Through advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, the commission said Zuma not only defied a legally binding instruction, but went on to insult judges and the courts. As such, the commission asked the court to jail the former president for two years because his defiance was grave.
With that in mind, the Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) is planning to send back the battalion which was first deployed in mid-February this year. The association’s spokesperson, Carl Niehaus, said full plans about how their members would be deployed would be discussed in the coming week when the national extive committee (NEC) of the MKMVA meets this week.
Niehaus stated that when they left (Nkandla), they made a commitment to Msholozi (Jacob Zuma) that they will come back – wait and see. The MK vets who were there withdrew because it was not necessary for them to stay. Asked whether their decision is not in defiance of a call made by ANC president Cyril after their heated (NEC) meeting, that the MKMVA and “RET Forces” (radical economic transformation) must not sow “social instability”, Niehaus said that was not the case.
Another Zuma loyalist who went to Nkandla to guard Zuma’s home, Andile Hlatshwayo of uBumbano Lokuthula, an organisation based in Durban, said he would also be personally going back to back the MK vets. Just wonder of they all supported corruption at the end.
Zuma and Zondo
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Zuma is deel van hierdie spesiale groepe wat hulself verryk het met swart bemagtiging, swaar verdiende geld, tyd en energie deur die wat die land graag wil opbou. Geld wat nie aan hulle behoort nie. En hy is nie alleen nie en moet ook nie eensaam voel voor Zondo nie. Myns insiens, speel Zuma vir tyd en op die agterstoepie van die ANC en probeer voorgee om ‘n martelaar te wees van die kwasuis vals “demokrasie” wat die ANC uitoefen – dis nie naastenby enige demokratiese stelsel nie.
Dit kom voor die aansien van politici en MK wat uitstraal, word geniet en ook aangemoedig om nie korrupsie te straf nie. Verseker het Zuma nes ander die geleentheid gehad (steeds) om sy weergawe vir die Zondo kommissie te gee oor korrupsie onder sy hande.
Thabo Mbeki het dieselfde pad, net ‘n ander roete gevolg – korrupsie oral gesaai langs die politici se paadjies van selfverryking. Die Zondo kommissie wat Zuma self aangestel het, is nou skielik “verkeerd” en hy wat Zuma is reg. Dis net regverdig dat elkeen wat by al hierdie kommissies uitgewys word verder vervolg word en dit sluit Zuma hierby in. Hoe kan so iets onafhanklik of demokraties wees?
Hoe maak ‘n kommissie dan nog deel uit van ‘n regsbank as dit deur die ANC president aangestel word – dis ‘n saak van onmoontlikheid? Myns insiens word daar gepraat sodat almal moet kennis neem van die korrupsie, en dis al. Die skuldiges word verswelg deur die beeldmateriaal wat almal hoop gaan oor die horison verdwyn.
Leiers van SA moet een ding onthou. Nog ‘n Franse rewolusie aan die suidpunt van Afrika is nie ver nie. Die leiers speel met hul ondersteuners kat en muis, beroof hul van menseregte, voedsel, dienste en hul word armer by die dag. Die dag as die hele groot korrupsie emmer omgedolwe word, sal die kan met wurms uitpeuel, dan sal die ANC, ‘elites’groepe en al hul kaders weghol omdat hul ondersteuners wat hulle besteel het, nie meer gaan of wil stilbly nie.
As die ANC en EFF (veral leiers) gehoop het hulle hits haat, rassisme en geweld aan met hul “struggle” liedjies om rewolusie verewig brandend te hou, gaan hulle verbaas wees dat hul eie mense teen hul gaan opstaan en die geweld teen hul eie leiers gebruik. Ironies is dit nie Boere wat betrokke is by die korrupsie nie, so waarom hits die politici haat liedere aan? Hulle regeer al die land vir 27 jaar die afgrond in Alles waar die werklike mag van al hierdie politieke leiers gestuit gaan word gaan op grondvlak deur hul eie ondersteuners wees wat dit gaan uitvoer.
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