Saturday, November 29, 2008

The Collapse of South Africa

When the Western world, with the connivance of then-President FW de Klerk and his National Party, finally forced the white government to surrender to the ANC, a massive chain-reaction was set in place: the steadily eroding reputation of South Africa as a once-stable country in a violent Africa. Despite all the problems that came with an apartheid government, South Africa was still relatively calm and peaceful. Now, it has erupted into chaos.

Prior to the 1994 elections, the western world was suffering from a guilt-ridden conscience and needed a country or a people to project their insecurities onto. That arrow was aimed towards South Africa and its governing white minority. Indeed, it had been pointing in that direction for a generation prior to 1994.

When de Klerk, with encouragement from the West, surrendered power to a rag-tag Marxist-inspired terrorist group, he achieved what all of South Africa’s military enemies could never have achieved - the destruction of a once-powerful and once-proud South African Defense Force (SADF). It has been replaced with a force, known as the South African National Defense Force, which is far inferior to the old SADF. Instead, it has become a clone of the ANC’s rag-tag band of terrorists, unable to maintain discipline, unable to execute effective military operations and tainted by crime, prostitution, drugs, AIDS, murder, drunken orgies, rape and more.

With the dismantling of the SADF came the demise of the South African Police (SAP), once South Africa’s “thin blue line” in the fight against crime. It was replaced by overweight, illiterate and ill-trained group now known as the South African Police Service. Indeed, it has become the best police force money can buy - from a criminal point of view. The new SAPS has proven beyond any doubt that it is not to be trusted, nor does it have the fight against crime at heart. Instead, it too has a large number of members in its ranks that moonlight as criminals.

The power supply utility, ESKOM, has, because of the policy of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and Affirmative Action (AA), effectively destroyed itself.

There has been massive downward trend in investor confidence, industry, mining, manufacturing and tourism. Small businesses can no longer function effectively. Larger companies are facing massive financial losses - yet there seems to be an attitude of “we couldn’t care less” by government. An industrial meltdown is of no apparent concern to the ANC and its fellow travelers.

The standard of education has plummeted in recent years. No longer is a South African qualification internationally sought-after. It is now somewhat of a joke. Many students cannot read or write, but it is politically correct to advance them to the next grade, regardless of their results. Passing from grade to grade in schools and even universities is becoming easier by the day.

Our hospitals are in a state of decay. Our infrastructure, carefully planned and built over generations, is crumbling. Unemployment is on the rise. Our water utilities are rapidly approaching collapse. The tourist industry is in disarray. Businesses can no longer run on real time due to failing traffic lights. Instead we all have to work on “African” time. Major operations need to be rescheduled. Planned business dinners is no longer possible. Telephone and internet disruptions are causing businesses massive financial losses. Sewage systems are collapsing. South Africa has reached a state of near-implosion.

Yet, South Africa measures “success” by having one of the highest crime rates in the world. South Africa measures “success” by having an extraordinary high AIDS population. South Africa measures “success” by having the least educated president-to-be with the most wives and children in the world. Our “success” is also measured by how rapidly the currency devalues, how poor our national teams perform. Our “success” is also measured in terms of ridiculous government corruption.

The collapse of South Africa started several years ago. The rapid decline into chaos has transformed a once-stable country into a banana republic. Yet, the collapse of South Africa is deemed internationally to be “progress”.

By Jan Lamprecht

4 Opinion(s):

Ron. said...

The collapse of South Africa was part of the plan. Which is why the elites around the world proclaim it a success. The average Westerner is often under the impression that things are better only due to their ignorance of the current situation enabled by a mainstream press in bed with the aforementioned elites. It would have been incredibly difficult for the elites to have imposed the current regime & to have openly stated their goals of purposely enacted entropy without the convenient & hyped up bugbear role as played by the former regime -whose earliest incarnation was initially recruited by the very forces which later called for it to be replaced. This also demonstrated how the so called national liberation movements [ note: not self determination movements ] were just convenient orchestrated & manipulated outlets which were used to to enact the destructive agenda in the region.

Anonymous said...

Russia and China were behind the so called 'liberation movements' which have not brought the people any 'liberation' only more poverty and soon, starvation. But the west does not want to believe what is going on when you try to educate them. while China is buy stealing as much natural resources as they can, and using the local people as their "slaves", the west sits back and pats themselves on the back, they do not realize that they are paving the way for their very own destruction.

Ron. said...

Though the West certainly promoted those N L groups as well often affording a legitimacy that they simply did not have as agents of foreign powers.

Anonymous said...

CONGRATS RON, YOU HAVE SEEN THE LIGHT!

Nowhere in "the West" do you EVER hear about the shit going on in SA.

It is (still) held up as a beacon of multi-culti democracy!
I know, I've lived all over the "West" for ten years now, ever since they forced my leaders to hand over the Northern and Western Cape provinces, to the ANC Bantu Nazis in the utterly undefendable "floor-crossing" farce!