Sunday, April 22, 2012

New World Order: from Capitalism to Socialism in Western Civilization

There are days that the internet simply takes my breath away when I realize that we still haven’t come close to comprehending the extent of its impact on our lives. It is exhilarating and terrifying at the same time.

In my line of work one gets lots of exposure to South African government officials, academics, and stakeholders; which are typical ruling class individuals. Despite it I am pretty upbeat about politics, in general. Conservative Americans with their insatiable desire for independence from government are giving us a good example to follow. Access to their philosophy with its challenges is possible for South Africans, thanks to the internet and no thanks to the mainstream media. But sadly, conservative America will not continue to exist as we know it and that’s all the more reason to get to know it now before it’s no longer accessible.

I don’t know what the future is going to look like for South Africans. There will be change. With countries like America becoming socialist, they will no longer be able to preserve the world order. As much as that may seem like a good thing for South Africa, there may not be other nations or cultures willing to take up the fight for human rights again like western civilizations did. We know China does not have a good track record with human rights. And as the global economy collapses, my fight for survival is just as intense as the next guy’s. Faced with the prospect of an unnatural death, I don’t believe it is very admirable to surrender my soul to hysteria caused by self – doubt in war time.

Most people don’t know the reason for reaching such a place of seeming defeat. After the apartheid government’s failure with their socialist nationalism, one expects white South Africans would have learned from their mistakes. Yet that is not the case. Friends dismissingly retract from discussions about the dangers of socialism with the denial that they are no more socialist than the average person. Is that really all there is to it? I beg to differ. My friends need to learn to identify socialism in their ideology before they comfortably surrender to false moderation. In the meantime, I’ve learned to recognize a culture that is steeped in socialism and it’s prevalent in my family's, friends' and work colleagues' ideologies.

A few days ago I met a blogger in person after we made contact about 5 years ago. My online friend was just as I expected he would be in real life. Immediately we began discussing South African politics in the pleasant ambiance of a coffee shop. There weren’t many people in my day-to-day life that viewed politics the way I did so after a while, I mentioned that I would have loved to stop time at that moment because I wanted to think of a way to preserve it so that I could remember it forever. I experienced real freedom because there was no need to make a conscious effort to filter my spoken words. We let our words flow freely. And I explained that my blogger friend need not worry about the ANC government’s treatment of non-black human rights activists that stood up to the apartheid government. Almost all of them were socialists and they never understood the nature of the apartheid government’s failure. Their sacrifices are bearing no fruit and life isn’t fair.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Genocide of the Boer in South Africa

Click on picture below for full article.

Boer extinct

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Black people can’t be racist



It isn’t worthwhile commenting on the absolute drivel (except for the last sentence) found in this Mynews24 opinion.  Please note, as stated by News24, that anything posted in Mynews24 is the opinion of the user and not that of News24.








Having recently moved back to South Africa from Niger I am perplexed by all the Racism in this country. We left during apartheid. I came back because there is not much economic wise positive in Niger.

What bugs me most is the number of white people who say black man is racist. This is simply not possible.

For instance: In Africa there is 800 million blacks and around 5 million whites. Yet historically we have been enslaved, tortured, discriminated and sometimes hated- just because we have not the same level of education as the colonials who benefitted heavy from Greek and Roman empires.

For a few hundred years africans have had to fight for our land back, dignity , wealth and fairness. In South Africa the president in 1994 reached one hundred percent compromise with the occupiers, stating that all are equal. It is not so in other place in Africa like Congo and Zimbabwe where the indigenous people took violent revenge.

As a result of this compromise South Africa has flourished into what must be the Super Power of Africa. There are many wealth people black and white.

I have to ask that given the fact that white people have continued life as is one hundred perecent as it was during apartheid, how then can they say that Blacks hate them? marginilise them? and is racest towards them?

No, a South African black is not racist, he is the most forgiving, accomodating , respectful and kind and gentle.

BEE is not racially motivated. It is entirely economic. It is unfortunate that the poorest people in the country are the same ones hindered by Suprematist laws. The fact that we need to be given an "unfair advantage" is possibly the only sensible way to achieve equilibrium. I cant forsee BEE lasting forever and I doubt the ANC will rule forever, it is simply a neccessary, painful phase that is required for now.

It would be very nice for some white people to see all the clear advantage of South Africa, instead of sit on website complaining how bad it is.

Life's great, white people are great, black people are great!