Thursday, August 13, 2009


Anybody know the source of the article below?

Yup you could not miss Dobes' writing style and flair. In fact, this is the very first post on ILUVSA on April 26 2008.

I caught up only recently, but the message in the article is clear: You DO have a voice, find it and speak up. There is a groundswell of resistance to the ANC and perhaps if the opposition parties in SA catch a wake up soon, maybe, just maybe, there is a chance of fighting the ANC in the long term. Remember the boasting of the Nazi's about a 1000 Reich? Well, it lasted all of 12 years. By that reckoning, the ANC has long ago reached it's sell-by date. I am adding my voice to the groundswell.

Design and purchase your own bumper sticker, T-shirt or coffee mug online at: or just Google it!

PS - If you are anywhere around the South East of the UK (CM postal code) look out for that bumper sticker and give me a toot!

I Love South Africa

Increasingly the ANC is stifling free speech with its intention to 'regulate' (read: censor), sue or intimidate the media - in order to gag it from exposing the truth about its criminal activities and abysmal record as a so-called government.

Like any good little Marxist organisation is wont to do, the ANC has upon being handed power by the cowardly and treasonous FW de Klerk set about controlling the dissemination of information setting its sights firstly on the public broadcaster, the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) that today is widely accepted as the mouthpiece of the ANC. The board of the SABC consists of ANC faithful whose sole requisite for the job consists of the ability to walk semi-upright and lick their master's boots.

Having locked in the public arena, independent newspapers are now feeling the squeeze from the ANC regime whose ministers threaten to sue reporters (with taxpayer's money no less), cartoonists and anyone who dares to expose them for what they are, the most vilest pathetic regime in the history of South Africa surpassing even the worst excesses of the apartheid government.

Fortunately for us, their efforts are akin to the story of the little Dutch boy trying to stop the dam leak by plugging the holes with his fingers. The ANC has managed to create enough holes for a million minibus taxis to drive through.

The dissemination of information does not only lie with the main-stream media (MSM) or public broadcasters but with the people, with blogs like this taking up the fight to reveal the truth where others are reluctant or fearful to tread. Unlike the MSM, we bloggers owe no allegiance to shareholders, interest groups or seek favour with politicians. We cannot be bought.

We pledge therefore to reveal to the world the true horror of the "rainbow nation" under the repressive, Marxist, socialist, black-nationalist, racist regime that is the ANC government.

We also offer a solution: South Africa must rid itself of its own Axis of Evil, install a Government of National Unity (GNU) for a minimum of five years; create a culture of accountability; roll back the damage done by the ANC by focusing on crime, grime, corruption, cronyism, racism among a plethora of other problems created by years of misrule Above all, it must hold public representatives accountable for their deeds and give the public the power to remove public officials.

We believe in South Africa and have hope for South Africa.

"..truth will come to light; murder cannot be hid long; a man's son may, but at the length truth will out." - Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, 1600.

5 Opinion(s):

Islandshark said...

What a great thing Doberman started here! And yet he is so humble...

FishEagle said...

Islandshark, Dobes knows he's my hero, I tell him all the time. :)

Anonymous said...

@ ExZ, niiiice..dig it ;) And thanks for the kind words guys but really this is all possible because of you.

Anonymous said...

I think monsieur Woof should take a few kudos.

Excellent site. Love it and troll it daily. Sometimes more than once. Don't like that whole RSS link thingy... You know spies and monitoring and things...

Keep up the good work ILSA!!!

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work. You remind me daily why I left.