ANC and its revolution

On 19 July 2021, it was stated that high-ranking members of the ANC’s national executive committee, a former mayor in KwaZulu-Natal, a Mpumalanga ANC leader and a former radio presenter are among those named as suspected instigators of the violence that swept through KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.   What happened to them since then?   Are they in… Continue reading ANC and its revolution

Durban 18-19 July 2021

Violence and looting has raged in South Africa for the sixth day running, stoking fears of food and fuel shortages as disruption to farming, manufacturing and oil refining began to bite amid the country’s worst unrest in decades.   More than 1,200 people have been arrested in the lawlessness that has raged in poor areas of… Continue reading Durban 18-19 July 2021

Responsibilities of SA president – Failed government

  SA is not a democracy at all.   Who gave the orders to arson and terrorism.  ActionSA has announced on 14 July 2021 that the president of the country, Ramaphosa, various ministers, Cele and also the rest of the Executive have a positive legal obligation to uphold and maintain law and order in the whole… Continue reading Responsibilities of SA president – Failed government

Terrorisme – Sabotage to South Africa 13 July 2021 – Revolution

  People can attend street mass meetings and stealing, burning down businesses in their thousands, but that is OK.   But there are rules and regulations for citizens not to attend church meetings or other gatherings, only small groups of people, not allowed to travel.   And no masks or social distancing.  Some are very young children… Continue reading Terrorisme – Sabotage to South Africa 13 July 2021 – Revolution

Farmers and land in Ireland

Ireland's economic history starts at the end of the Ice Age when the first humans arrived there. Agriculture then came around 4500 BC. Iron technology came with the Celts around 350 BC. From the 12th century to the 1970s, most Irish exports went to England.   In 1800 the Irish Parliament and the Parliament of Great Britain each passed an Act of Union which,… Continue reading Farmers and land in Ireland

Revolutions – Rewolusies

  The French Revolution is notable for the abolishment of the French monarchy which had ruled for centuries; it demonstrated the power of the people and their ability to truly make a difference.      The Haitian Revolution to be the most successful slave rebellion in the Western world, its impact felt across the Americas. … Continue reading Revolutions – Rewolusies

Zuma and Zondo

The Zondo commission will have until 12 March to file a replying affidavit, and until 15 March to file written submissions. The respondents have been given until 19 March to respond with written submissions of their own.   The Zondo  commission asked the court to impose a prison sentence on Zuma, who has been implicated 40 times… Continue reading Zuma and Zondo

Vula Secret Safari

Waaroor gaan die geheimsinnige Safari uit Afrika vir Vula wat spesiaal geskep is om wapens in Suid-Afrika in te smokkel?  Dit gaan oor al die geheime besendings wapens wat ingesmokkel is voor 1994.   Dus, gebeur so iets nie net in flieks nie, maar is die werklikheid gewees en heel toevallig was dit in dieselfde tydperk… Continue reading Vula Secret Safari

Truck drivers in SA – unemployment

The situation of double standards of the authorities in South Africa is out of hand and created more crime. The burning pot of red revolution and their masters watch them for decades.   Under the lockdown, some have 20 parents against 500 plus at their "peaceful marches".    But, who is then in control of the… Continue reading Truck drivers in SA – unemployment

Zimbabwe Land reform – revolution

Same happened all over - in South Africa as well , it is all the way on the same road as Zimbabwe.   Some Reserves became also Homelands and Trustlands, all British colonies.  We also have Trustlands and CPA's in place - communal property rights.   What happened to food security in Zimbabwe and also all other… Continue reading Zimbabwe Land reform – revolution

SA fireballs – game playing – Ramaphosa

Tell us this is a joke - if it is not, this won't help either if you see this photo,  because now anybody (it will be open to all mafia as well to fire everybody) can go in no go zone areas with that kind of fire arms in private clothes like in a Wild… Continue reading SA fireballs – game playing – Ramaphosa

SA – Revolution – Protest actions ongoing 3 September 2019

Is this still ongoing - yes or no?   Last night it was in a newspaper.   Taxi drivers in Pretoria are warning commuters not to bother trying to go to work or make their way to the city centre on Tuesday.   A taxi driver loading up commuters along Thabo Sehume in the City announced: “There are… Continue reading SA – Revolution – Protest actions ongoing 3 September 2019

Revolution – Pretoria – South Africa -Xenophobia – Truck driver warning September 2019

  This is how the streets are South Africa and millions are living here in Pretoria.  It is not only the dirt everywhere, but it is "war" in the cities as well.  War again DRUGS as well.     Metros and cities... and since 1994 it is still ongoing. * There are Xenophobia warnings as well. … Continue reading Revolution – Pretoria – South Africa -Xenophobia – Truck driver warning September 2019

South Africa – Revolution – Ongoing

  In political and social sciences, communism (from Latin communis, “common, universal")  is the philosophical, social, political, and economic ideology  and  movement  whose ultimate goal is the establishment of the communist society, which is a  socio- economic order structured upon the common ownership of the means of production and the absence of social classes, money, and the state. At Marikana  - 2012  - This is all part of the revolution.   Communism includes a variety of… Continue reading South Africa – Revolution – Ongoing