Russia – ANC – Revolution – Slavery


Hoe lagwekkend is dat heelwat uitsprake steeds deur swart leiers gemaak word dat hul slawe is, en tog bestaan dit nie in Suid-Afrika nie.    Die opinie word gehuldig dat die woord “slaaf” (slawerny) gebruik word as opstookmateriaal in die hedendaagse werksplekke, myne en veral teenoor Boere (hul geweldadige liedjies is ‘n tipiese voorbeeld hiervan).  Vir meer as 25 jaar maak SA parlement wetgewings (rakende arbeid en vergoeding) dat slawerny nie bestaan nie.   Waarom die rewolusie?  Lees meer oor hul eie agtergrond.  

South Africa's Revolution: What are Marxists Fighting for?      



Die ANC en hul bondgenote (Blank liberaal verligtes en klassieke liberales ingesluit wat steeds net bly “onderhandel” names die konserwatiewe blankes), het nog nooit opgehou nie.   Liberale blankes praat van “uitreik”, wat nie in kommunistiese woordeskatte bestaan nie.

Dis nie eienaardig nie, maar kommunistiese strategieë uit veral die Sowjet Unie (en China/Kuba) wat nog nooit gestop het nie.  Die rewolusie woed steeds voort soos wat hulle al vir meer as 100 jaar beplan het saam met groot lande, soos onder andere die Sowjet Unie (Unie van Sosialistiese Sowjetrepublieke (Sowjetunie of USSR) ) , Kuba en ander lande se geldelike bystand sowel as militêre hulp op elke vlak van hulle gemeenskappe.

Ook deel van die Rewolusie na 2000 is die misdaad en korrupsie wat gepleeg word.  Daar is selfs na 2009 duisende soldate opgelei (NARYSEC) wat net uit SAKP en ANC lede bestaan.   Hulle studies word deur die belastingbetalers betaal.    Die Narysec soldate word nie net militêr opgelei nie, maar onder die vaandel van ander “politieke” rigtings of opleidings, nes wat in die Sowet Unie plaasgevind het en uitgeplaas word.   Hulle vorm ook nie deel van die land se normale nasionale weermag/lugmag of vloot nie.

Die vorige minister van Grondsake Nkwinti, het dit bevestig dat die Narysec soldate aangewend sal word vir hulp met hervorming en onteiening.  (Hansard) 

China het egter ook hier ingespring en met opleidings gehelp – van hulle het China besoek.   

Kommerwekkend is ons groot misdaad, moorde, verkragtings situasie en wat nie bevraagteken word dat moordenaars en verkragters selde of ooit gevang en vervolg word.   Maar daar word vinnig op blankes toegeslaan om hulle agter tralies te kry.   Aanvalle en moorde teenoor Boere word op internasionale vlak ontken.

Verwante inligting oor “soldate”.

Narysec – government training thousands

Narysec – SA Parliament (Driefontein)

Narysec soldiers – SA Parliament

Narysec (soldiers) and other careers

Narysec training





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What is SECHABA?

Sechaba was the official organ (journal) of the African National Congress, that began publication in 1967 by the ANC, Ufahamu in 1970 by the UCLA African Activists Association.

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What is a Slave?

Diegene wat steeds ‘n werk het, werk steeds vir iemand anders, die persoon besit nie jou as individu nie, maar werk om sekere take te vervul en word betaal vir elke plig en funksie.

Om te werk vir ‘n salaris, pligte uit te voer vir ‘n werkgewer, hetsy bank, onderwys, myn of Boerdery is nie slawerny nie.

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Malema and “his slavery”

https://www.power987.co.za/featured/malema-dismisses-reports-that-white-farmers-are-under-attack-in-sa/

2012
Hy meld dat die wat ondergronds werk is steeds slawe.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/aug/18/south-african-miners-julius-malema



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Read also – lees ook

Slavery – human trafficking

No slavery in South Africa

To be a slave is to be owned by another person. A slave is a human being classed as property and who is forced to work for nothing. This language is often used instead of the word slave, to refer to the person and their experiences and to avoid the use of dehumanising language. The vast majority of slaves were unpaid.

The vast majority of enslaved Africans employed in plantation agriculture were field hands. Even on plantations, however, they worked in other capacities. Some were domestics and worked as butlers, waiters, maids, seamstresses, and launderers. Others were assigned as carriage drivers, hostlers, and stable boys.

Slaves on small farms often slept in the kitchen or an outbuilding, and sometimes in small cabins near the farmer’s house. On larger plantations where there were many slaves, they usually lived in small cabins in a slave quarter, far from the master’s house but under the watchful eye of an overseer.

There are no slaves in South Africa. Most of the people in South Africa that are lucky to have a job, work for a salary or sometimes have other benefits like a serviced housing schemes, transport allowances, etc. To work for a small salary, does not mean you are a slave.

Mauritania has a long history with slavery. Chattel slavery was formally made illegal in the country but the laws against it have gone largely unenforced. It is estimated that around 90,000 people (over 2% of Mauritania’s population) are slaves.

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ANC 1912 –

Military Training of the ANC was mostly in eastern block countries and Soviet Union.

A paper from 2000 : The Clausewitzian and Heuristic Evolution of the ANC’ s Armed Struggle: A Dependent Pillar of the South African Revolution.

Most of the training for the armed struggle was done in the Eastern Bloc countries, especially in the former Soviet Union, which was willing to assist national liberation movements, and the communist movement in general, with armaments and military training. The socialist states in the Eastern Bloc and in Cuba, based their assistance on the principle of “Proletarian Internationalism” and the conviction that the national liberation movements were part of the world revolutionary process against imperialism. Moreover, in the South African context, the national liberation movement was allied to a Marxist-Leninist party, the SACP, which could further the national liberation struggle towards socialism. Other countries that provided military training included the member-states of the Non-aligned Movement, particularly Yugoslavia, the liberated countries of the Organisation of African Unity, which included, inter alia, Algeria, Tanzania, Zambia, and Egypt.

Training included the art of guerrilla warfare, sabotage, intelligence gathering and processing, but most importantly, the art of political organisation, mobilisation, agitation, and leadership. Although the art of warfare was central to all the training that was provided, the ANC and the SACP ascertained that all the cadres had proper political understanding of the objectives envisaged. Every combatant was groomed to be a political ambassador of the ANC in whatever country he or she was sent to obtain further military training. Therefore, the underlying focus of all training was stressed on the political dimension.

The argument maintained that

( Slovo, Joe. (1985). ”’Reforms’ and Revolution in South Africa.” SECHABA: Official Organ of the African National Congress South Africa. Feb 1985. pp 10 – II. (Own annexations in bold)

“Much of our strategy has been premised on the fact that even the initial states of armed struggle could not (in the case of South Africa) depend upon those kind of (rear base) facilities. In general, the training, arming, infiltration and replenishment of relatively large armed units operating in proximity to friendly borders (which was the pattern of the early phases of almost every single armed struggle in Africa) has never been the basis of our strategy. We have concentrated on internal growth deep inside the country around a core of trained revolutionary politico-military cadres in both rural and urban areas. We have deliberately avoided the pattern of using adjacent territory to hit close to the border and to run back. The second point of emphasis is the special role in our conditions of urban guerrilla warfare and sabotage. This needs to be noted particularly in relation to the existence in our country of a relatively advanced capitalist economy and a working class which is the most important force in our revolutionary process. But above all, our starting point has always been on the political struggle, political organisation and underground leadership. “

From the above, it is obvious that cadres of MK were not just mere soldiers, but were soldiers with a political mission: to destroy the apartheid regime and to establish a non-racial and democratic South Africa, as visualised in the Freedom Charter. Therefore, MK was the champion of the two pillars, the underground structures and the armed struggle, of the national democratic revolution.

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Revolutionary Armed People (RAP)

The RAP were drawn and selected by the underground structures from the internal structures of the ANC and from the mass democratic movement.

Migwe, Khumalo

“Certainly, in South Africa, where cadres of Umkhonto We Sizwe can go inside the country and carry out combat operations like the assaults on Sasol and Voortrekkerhoogte military base, it is quite possible to create temporary training bases in some houses or mountains (even if for the duration of a weekend) and train small groups of carefully selected people from the factory floor, village, migrant workers’ hostel, university or high school. In this way the primary task of many MK cadres would be to multiply themselves among the people inside the
country rather than all of them doing the actual fighting at this stage.



Transfer power to the majority

Mandela

“Mandela emphasised that with negotiations “the struggle is not over, and negotiations themselves are a theatre of struggle, subject to advances and reverses as any other form of struggle”.

The main hindrances to the consummation of the objectives of the national democratic revolution were clearly identified as the transfer of wealth and land to the people, as well as the resistance that would be encountered with regard to the restructuring of the security forces. These three aspects constituted the core of apartheid’s immovability in the process of negotiating a peaceful settlement.


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Joe Modise said

“No people can accept slavery for ever. We have reached a stage where we have taken a decision to liberate ourselves, and no force on earth can stop us from attaining that objective.”


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The National Executive Committee of the African National Congress said on 8 January 1982

“The formation of the African National Congress, on January 8, 1912, was an expression of the future of people’s power won through protracted and bitter struggles against the combined Boer and British colonial enslavement. The ANC was, and remains to this day, the organised political representative and fighting force for the attainment of democratic and revolutionary change in our society.”



https://www.ajol.info/index.php/smsajms/article/view/81121/71343


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https://www.sahistory.org.za/archives?page=128
https://www.saha.org.za/nonracialism/battle_of_the_bantu.htm

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1987 ANC AND AMERICA

Heavily redacted FBI files document Bureau's investigations into the African  National Congress • MuckRock


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1987

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Heavily redacted FBI files document Bureau's investigations into the African  National Congress • MuckRock




https://www.muckrock.com/news/archives/2018/jul/24/fbi-anc/




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