Wanneer gaan FW de Klerk en sy liberale (blanke) agente erken dat 'n multi-kultuur nog nooit gewerk het in Suid-Afrika nie en dit nooit gaan werk nie. Al wat die liberaal verligte oorgawe gedoen het is om 'n uitnodiging te gerig het aan al die Afrika en Brics lande wat werkloos is om hier te… Continue reading FW en sy “demokrasie”
Various "leaders" are looking for the "rainbow" in South Africa - because there is no rainbow nation in South Africa. We are all different peoples, each with their own history, culture, traditions, language, ethnic groupsings and identity. Respect that. Mandela’s rainbow nation has gone from hero to zero. Can it reclaim his legacy? -… Continue reading Multi-culture failed in South Africa
During the Kodesa negotiations there were agreements to sign "peace on the table" - Ingonyama Trust and Ingonyama trust legislation. After 1994 other legislation, like those for the Khoi khoi and San as well as the separate CPA legislation, where certain people have the opportunity to claim land and rule there own "chiefdoms" or whatever… Continue reading “Zulu kingdom” Ingonyama Trust
FW de Klerk, the last apartheid president who went on to serve as a deputy president in the first democratic government, on Wednesday described inequality as democratic South Africa’s biggest failure, closely followed by failure to promote non-racialism. ‘It is a matter of the deepest regret that, in my opinion, South Africa can no… Continue reading FW en sy multi-kultuur
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… Continue reading FW de Klerk in sy skik of nie?
Alles was voorafbeplan gewees. Here is Nelson Mandela at his presidential inauguration with his deputies, FW de Klerk and Thabo Mbeki THE SO-CALLED END OF APARTHEID - 1994 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6ytQCkBkX4 *** 2012 - DE KLERK SAID MANDELA WAS IN JAIL TOO LONG AND HE CAN DO BUSINESS WITH MANDELA (WHY WAS MANDELA IN JAIL AGAIN: PLANTING… Continue reading F W DE KLERK
Welcome to Pomfret, home to the retired soldiers of apartheid South Africa’s once-feared 32 Battalion, an elite fighting unit of Angolan mercenaries and white South African soldiers who fought the apartheid regime’s Border War. The 32 Battalion fought in Angola, Zambia and Namibia and, after Namibia gained independence from South Africa in 1990, many of… Continue reading Pomfret Northwest – 32 Battalion