Monday, 31 October 2011

Obama's War: Post-Qaddafi Libyan Retribution *GRAPHIC* - Atlas Shrugs


Obama's War: Post-Qaddafi Libyan Retribution *GRAPHIC* - Atlas Shrugs:

Obama and his proxy, NATO, ended airstrikes in Libya after Qaddafi's brutal sodomy and murder by pro-sharia jihadists. Obama has maintained air patrols. The seventh-month billion-dollar campaign destroyed 5,900 military targets through 9,600 strike sorties. 30,000 shoulder-to-arm missiles have been looted, many showing up in the hands of the Jew-hating ghazis in Gaza. So what has Obama's war wrought?

The scenes with the young child are as a result of the torture and murder of the family. The Father was tortured and murder while the wife and child watched. The wife was raped to death in front of the child. The child was then forced to perform oral sex and then shot in the mouth. The little girl was hamstrung in order to keep her from running away. These are common practices as you know. The African man was killed and then raped as the video clearly shows his dead corpse being penetrated with the barrel of a weapon.

The second video is of a child who was impaled. They had a Libyan Flag flying at their home and were targeted as Kaddafi supporters. It speaks for itself.

This is what is going on inside Libya by elements of the Islamic regime that have gained power in part due to NATO airstrikes and support. Sec. Clinton is taking a victory lap around the region and is aligning with the Devil himself.

Nato ends Libya mission but Al Qaeda flag flies over Benghazi as a bad omen | Mail Online



Nato ends Libya mission but Al Qaeda flag flies over Benghazi as a bad omen | Mail Online:

The flag of Al Qaeda has been spotted flying over the courthouse in Benghazi, while rebels in Libya are said to have imposed Sharia law since seizing power.

The NTC officially announced Libya's liberation on October 23, days after the capture and death of Gaddafi. Nato commanders have said they believe the interim administration is able to take care of the country's security.

Last week, however, Al Qaeda's black flag, complete with Arabic script declaring 'there is no God but Allah' and full moon underneath, was seen fluttering above the Benghazi courthouse building, according to

The black flag is said to be flying over the building alongside the Libyan national flag. reported that Islamists in Benghazi have been seen driving SUVs along the city's streets and waving the Al Qaeda flag at night while shouting, 'Islamiya, Islamiya! No East, nor West'.

The revelation in Benghazi came just days after it emerged that rebels in Libya have imposed Sharia law in the country since seizing power.

The country's new leader, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, said Islamic Sharia law will be the ‘basic source’ of legislation in free Libya.

The sudden lurch by a country seen as very moderate towards Islamic extremism will alarm many in the West who supported the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi.

Corrupt insiders out to destroy ANC: Mabuza: News24: South Africa: Politics

This article relates to my previous articles called South Africa's Looming Revolution and South Africa's Rolling Clouds

In my opinion the ANC is in for a big surprise and it will be destroyed / implode completely, never to rise again.

Corrupt insiders out to destroy ANC: Mabuza: News24: South Africa: Politics:

Mbombela - Mpumalanga ANC chairperson and Premier David Mabuza believes certain members within the ruling party are out to destroy the ANC.

Mabuza was speaking during the ANC's provincial launch of the party’s 2012 centenary celebrations at the Mpumalanga provincial legislature in Mbombela on Monday.

“Some in the [ANC’s] house don’t deserve to be called comrade. What they do at night, when no one can see them, is to plot to destroy the movement,” said Mabuza.

Mabuza said he would not name anyone involved in the plot, but has learned to keep quiet for the "sake of unity".

“They are corrupt and they do it with passion. We have a lot of people in the [ANC] family, people who are good and bad. They are here and we have to live with all of them.

“From the time I took over as ANC chairman in the province I have matured everyday like wine,” Mabuza said.

He added that he and his supporters had consolidated power by securing victories in three ANC regional conferences in the province this past month.

Bohlabela, Ehlanzeni and Gert Sibande have all elected new regional executive committees while the Nkangala region held its regional conference last year.

Mabuza said he is happy with the outcomes of the regional conferences and stressed there is unity in the party in the province.

Asked whether he would stand for a second term as provincial chairperson, Mabuza just laughed off the question.

“We get drunk with power and leaders think this chair belongs to me, the ANC belongs to the masses,” said Mabuza.

“The ANC is too big, it will never be destroyed.”

What's the matter with Italy?

BBC News - What's the matter with Italy?:

The country that came up more and more during meetings between ministers looking to solve the eurozone debt crisis was Italy, but why should it be affected by the Greek crisis?

Greece's debt problems are already widely known and the immediate consequences of a Greek default largely anticipated.

Moreover, the size of the Greek economy is small enough that the direct damage if Greece stopped paying its debts should be quite manageable for the eurozone.Instead, the big fear is "contagion" - that a Greek default could trigger a financial catastrophe for other, much bigger economies.

That is why European leaders announced in October a significant expansion of the European Financial and Stability Facility (EFSF).

And it seems it is Italy, not Spain, which is seen as lead candidate for that contagion among Europe's big economies and the main possible beneficiary of the enhanced fund.

Why is that?

Prudent Italy?
According to Germany's chancellor, Angela Merkel, "Italy has great economic strength, but Italy does also have a very high level of debt and that has to be reduced in a credible way in the years ahead."

As with Greece, she and other eurozone leaders believe the solution is more government austerity - spending cuts and tax rises - by Rome.

However, some economists might disagree with her assessment.

BBC News - ILO: World economy on verge of new jobs recession

BBC News - ILO: World economy on verge of new jobs recession:

The global economy is on the verge of a new and deeper jobs recession that may ignite social unrest, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has warned.

It will take at least five years for employment in advanced economies to return to pre-crisis levels, it said.

The ILO also noted that in 45 of the 118 countries it examined, the risk of social unrest was rising.

Separately, the OECD research body said G20 leaders meeting in Cannes this week need to take "bold decisions".

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said the rescue plan announced by EU leaders on 26 October had been an important first step, but the measures must be implemented "promptly and forcefully".

The OECD's message to world leaders came as it predicted a sharp slowdown in growth in the eurozone and warned that some countries in the 17-nation bloc were likely to face negative growth.
'Moment of truth'
In its World of Work Report 2011, the ILO said a stalled global economic recovery had begun to "dramatically affect" labour markets.
It said approximately 80 million net new jobs would be needed over the next two years to get back to pre-crisis employment levels.
But it said the recent slowdown in growth suggested that only half the jobs needed would be created.
"We have reached the moment of truth. We have a brief window of opportunity to avoid a major double-dip in employment," said Raymond Torres from the ILO.
The group also measured levels of discontent over the lack of jobs and anger over perceptions that the burden of the crisis was not being fairly shared.
It said scores of countries faced the possibility of social unrest, particularly those in the EU and the Arab region.
Loss of confidence
Meanwhile, in its latest projections for G20 economies, the OECD forecast growth in the eurozone of 1.6% this year, slowing to 0.3% next year.
In May, it had forecast growth of 2% per year in both 2011 and 2012.
It also cut its growth forecasts for the US to 1.7% in 2011 and 1.8% in 2012. It had previously expected growth of 2.6% and 3.1% respectively.
The organisation called for G20 leaders, who meet on Thursday and Friday, to act quickly.
"Much of the current weakness is due to a generalised loss of confidence in the ability of policymakers to put in place appropriate responses," the OECD said.
"It is therefore imperative to act decisively to restore confidence and to implement appropriate policies to restore longer-term fiscal sustainability."
It also called for the eurozone to cut interest rates.

Mugabe threat to Swiss properties : News24: Africa: Zimbabwe

One cannot, but laugh at the West for their ignorance of Africa's thinking and behaviour. Obviously they will never learn.

Mugabe threat to Swiss properties : News24: Africa: Zimbabwe:

Harare - Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe has warned Switzerland he would "reciprocate" after his wife and top officials were denied visas to attend a UN meeting in that country, state media said on Monday.

"Now they are showing that they are vicious and we will reciprocate because they have their properties here," Mugabe said in the state-run Herald newspaper.

"We are not without means to reciprocate," he said.

Gaddafi 'wanted death, not ICC trial': News24: Africa: News

Anyone that thinks Gaddafi was not tortured and then executed long after, is fooling himself. The rebels are rebels and nothing more. They are as criminal, if not more criminal, than Gaddafi himself was and time will prove it. The rebels were supported, because the World wanted to get rid of Gaddafi, it had NOTHING to do with humanitarianism, or with Gaddafi's treatment of his own people. It was a war of dogs, like all others since 1990.

Gaddafi 'wanted death, not ICC trial': News24: Africa: News:

Misrata - Depressed and worried, Muammar Gaddafi wanted to die in Libya than face trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC), one of his henchmen said of the Libyan dictator's last days.

"Gaddafi and his son decided to stay in Libya after the arrest warrants. Gaddafi said 'I would rather die in Libya than face trial and be judged by [ICC prosecutor Luis] Moreno-Ocampo," Daou told AFP in an interview.

"Saif al-Islam and his brother Mutassim wanted Gaddafi to stay in Libya, particularly Saif," who was considered as heir apparent, said Daou.

"But Senussi was pressing Gaddafi to leave the country," he added.

"Gaddafi knew it was over after his troops were pushed out of Misrata," a major hub of the uprising, on April 25, said Daou.

"He became more and more nervous."


Gaddafi "was also under pressure because his friends abandoned him", he said naming French President Nicolas Sarkozy, the prime ministers of Italy and Turkey Silvio Berlusconi and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and former British premier Tony Blair.

"He considered them close friends and this got to him," said Daou.

"Gaddafi was depressed and very worried. It was unusual to see him like that," said Daou, who was in charge of the deposed leader's security.

Mutassim, who was also killed, was leading the battles in Sirte, while Saif, who is currently on the run, never set foot there and, from August 27, sought haven in Bani Walid, another pro-Gaddafi bastion that fell just before Sirte.

"I have never saw him [Saif] after that," said Daou.

During his last days in hiding Gaddafi read a lot, but did not fight, Daou recalls.

"Gaddafi read books, took notes and slept, while Mutassim was commanding his fighters. Gaddafi did not fight. He was too old," said Daou of the strongman who was 69 when he was killed.

Gaddafi and his remaining loyalists decided to leave, further south towards Wadi Jaref.

"It was a huge mistake. It was Mutassim's idea. There were about 45 vehicles, 160-180 men, some of them were wounded," said Daou.

"Instead of leaving as planned around three in the morning that day, they left three or four hours later because Mutassim's volunteers were poorly organised."

Disquiet has grown internationally over how Gaddafi met his end after NTC fighters hauled him out of a culvert where he was hiding following Nato air strikes on the convoy in which he had been trying to flee his falling hometown.

Mobile phone videos showed him still alive at that point.

Subsequent footage showed a now-bloodied Gaddafi being hustled through a frenzied crowd, before he disappears in the crush and the crackle of gunfire can be heard.

NTC leaders are adamant he was shot in the head when he was caught "in crossfire" between his supporters and new regime fighters soon after his capture.

Read the following comment to the original article, perhaps it would give readers a better understanding of Africa Mentality.

Pitchblack - October 31, 2011 at 16:02
"Killing Brother leader was the intention of the west from Day 1 of the bombings. They new if Gaddafi survived and trialed...he was going to expose the US and European gangsters.
Its sad that Gaddafi genuinely thought Nicolas Sarkozy,Tony Blair, Silvio Berlusconi, etc where his friends. Let it be a lesson to other Non-white leaders...Never be friends with your enemy (whites) "

As can be seen from the above, which is typical of African thinking, whites are considered the enemy, period.

marco.tomaso - October 31, 2011 at 17:08
"If Saif had been able to escape into a neighbouring country like Niger then he would've been handed over to the ICC anyway.Pressure from America in particular would've made any SAFE HAVEN country hand both Gaddafi or Saif over to the ICC.

Any airplane flown by mercenaries flying Gaddafi or Saif to a safe haven country would have been shot down by NATO.NATO's objective was to "get Gaddafi and his Regime members by any means necessary" which meant as we know the termination of Gaddafi.Gaddafi unlike Assad of Syria had no friends in the Region he could turn to for help.Assad at the minute has Lebanon,Iraq and Iran who can help him if NATO attack Syria.

The ICC Mandate also stipulated that no specific undertaking of Saif Islam were to be taken.Meaning that should he not be prosecuted or that his trail outcome should be as either this,that or the other were never going to be on the cards.No bail were to be given either pending a trail of this magnitude.His trail was to be as transparent as possible and not subject to any behind the scenes deals between politicians aswell.

Trouble is that Saif is a Libyan national and meant that because Gaddafi did not signed up or ratified the Rome statue of the ICC,the NTC could now question the legality of the ICC.A highly controvertial issue for African countries as a whole 'cause the UN Security Council has reserved the power to REFER the treaty based ICC if places like Libya have not ratified the statute and hence weren't party to it. "

One cannot differ from the above, because it is mostly accurate.

Bring it on, says Julius Malema: News24: South Africa: Politics

Bring it on, says Julius Malema: News24: South Africa: Politics:

ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has dared the Hawks to lay charges against him, the Daily Sun reported on Monday.

"Bring it on! I am tired of being threatened," Malema told the newspaper.

"Everybody is setting the Hawks on me. I have never done anything wrong and maybe it would be better if the Hawks charge me so that I can explain these allegations in front of a magistrate."

Malema was responding to reports that he faced arrest on charges related to his financial affairs.

"If the Hawks are going to open a case against me, that's good. Let those who have evidence come forward," said Malema.

"Those SMSes they are talking about and the money they say they deposited into my account must be explained in court."

The Hawks declined to comment on the matter on Monday morning.

The Broken Contract | Foreign Affairs

The Broken Contract | Foreign Affairs:

Like an odorless gas, economic inequality pervades every corner of the United States and saps the strength of its democracy. Over the past three decades, Washington has consistently favored the rich -- and the more wealth accumulates in a few hands at the top, the more influence and favor the rich acquire, making it easier for them and their political allies to cast off restraint without paying a social price.

Praise for Juju and Co - Sowetan LIVE

Like I said in my earlier article "South Africa's Rolling Clouds"

Praise for Juju and Co - Sowetan LIVE:
FOR once the ANC Youth League and its rabble-rouser leader Julius Malema deserve to be praised.

Ordinarily it would be unnecessary to heap praise on an organisation for doing what is perfectly normal. The march by about 10 000 (some estimates put it at 15 000), largely unemployed and desperate young people had lots of South Africans quivering in their boots, fearing mayhem on an unprecedented scale.
South Africans were all pleasantly surprised when the march in Johannesburg and Pretoria last Thursday and Friday took off and ended without a single stone being thrown in anger.
Before the march Malema had given the assurance that no disorderly conduct would be tolerated. That his promises were honoured by his membership indicates that leaders should be able to control their members. It is when leaders keep mum, or find excuses to justify wrong-doing by their membership, that things get out of control.
Union leaders such as those at Sadtu and Samwu (educators and adults) could do worse than emulate the young people who, desperate and angry as they are, marched with dignity to draw attention to their plight.
While the country is relieved that all went well with the march, the message sent by the huge turnout should not be lost: our young people are without jobs, and with no prospects in sight their desperation is a ticking bomb waiting to explode.
There is an urgent need for the government to initiate and lead a process that will defuse the bomb before it blows up in our faces. It gets us nowhere to sit back and blame Malema for exploiting the desperation of thousands - possibly millions - of young people. The fact is it is true: there is desperation and hopelessness that cannot be ignored simply because Malema is "benefitting" from it.
Where are the great thinkers in our midst?
  • Also deserving of high praise is the Democratic Alliance, which recently elected feisty Lindiwe Mazibuko to be its parliamentary leader.
It is indeed a sign of the times that a black woman challenges a white male counterpart (Athol Trollip) and gets him deposed for the hot seat of parliamentary leader.
Mazibuko and Trollip's race and gender aside, it is noteworthy how magnanimous Trollip was in defeat. He welcomed the result of the election and bowed out gracefully, declaring: "Democracy won today."
There was no hint - let alone threat - of litigation or breaking away.
Here is another simple lesson for other political parties to accept the will of the voters.

ANC heading for turmoil - Buthelezi - Sowetan LIVE

ANC heading for turmoil - Buthelezi - Sowetan LIVE:

IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi says the ANC is sitting on a "powder keg of social and political upheaval" as it heads to its conference in Mangaung and its centenary celebrations next year.

"We are sitting on a powder keg of social and political upheaval. This much is clear from the march on Thursday that split the ANC and its alliance partners, Cosatu and the SACP, on the issue of nationalisation and land expropriation. A message like that, emanating from within the ruling party's structures, is damaging to South Africa's economic prospects," he said yesterday.
"Where once the ANC seemed to be a rock that could not be moved, it is now showing cracks and fissures that could shatter it ."
This article relates to my earlier article "South Africa's Rolling Clouds"

'No comment' on Malema's reported arrest - Sowetan LIVE

The ANC Regime is going all-out for Malema, because they fear him. They are trying every trick in the book to get rid of him before the Mangaung conference next year.

'No comment' on Malema's reported arrest - Sowetan LIVE:

The Hawks and the ANC Youth League remained mum this morning amid reports that Julius Malema faces arrest on charges related to his financial affairs.

“No, I cannot comment on that,” said Hawks spokesman McIntosh Polela.
African National Congress Youth League spokesman Floyd Shivambu also declined to comment. “No comment,” he said, before ending the phone call.
The Times reported on Monday that a joint investigation by the Hawks and the SA Revenue Service into the youth leader’s financial affairs was almost complete.
It said the probe was “as good as complete” and that it was ”just a matter of time” before authorities acted.
The Sunday Independent reported at the weekend that an investigation into Malema had uncovered prima facie evidence of wrongdoing.
Malema’s Ratanang Family Trust, and companies including On-Point Engineering and SGL Engineering, allegedly formed part of the investigation.
Both companies have been awarded tenders in Limpopo province, which is also reportedly under investigation by the Hawks.

"War of the Flea" - Farm Murders South Africa

 YouTube Link to the above movie

The above movie clip is the opening sequence of the Documentary "War of the Flea", a documentary on farm murders and the impact on society.

‘Harde feite’: Beeld: Suid-Afrika: Nuus

’n Dokumentêre rolprent oor plaasmoorde in Suid-Afrika wat begin met die gru-moord op Wilmientjie Potgieter (2) van Lindley en haar gesin kan eersdaags wêreldwyd gesien word.

War of the Flea vertel aan die hand van syfers hoe baie boere wreed vermoor word en ondersoek die redes vir dié grusame aanvalle.

Omstrede kwessies soos grondhervorming, mnr. Julius Malema, ANC-jeugleier, se haatspraakverhoor, die regering wat glo te min doen om plaasmoorde te bekamp en die gevolge van die apartheidstyd kom in die soeklig.

Klem word gelê op Suid-Afrika se gewelddadige agtergrond en samelewing in onderhoude met onder meer mnr. Prince Mashele, hoof van die Sentrum vir Politiek en Navorsing in Pretoria, en dr. Johan Burger, senior navorser van die Instituut vir Sekerheidstudie (ISS).

Mashele sê die kans is groter dat ’n jong man met geen of min onderwys en skoling wat uit ’n gebroke gesin kom, in ’n ghetto of plakkerskamp grootgeword het en geen hoop het nie uiteindelik ’n moordenaar of misdadiger sal word.

Hy sê in townships kan gewelddadige mense ontwikkel.

Volgens Burger is Suid-Afrika se moordsyfer vyf of ses keer die internasionale gemiddelde: 34,6 moorde per 100 000 mense word per dag in die land gepleeg.

Die rolprentvervaardiger Rian van der Walt, wat al onder meer aan dokumentêre natuurprogramme vir die televisiekanale Discovery Channel en Animal Planet gewerk het, sê die rolprent het nie ’n positiewe boodskap nie, maar vertel harde en soms ontstellende feite.

“Ek doen weg met illusies.”

Die rolprent probeer mense inlig sodat hulle besluite kan neem om hulle te beskerm, sê Van der Walt.

Een van die plaasaanvalle in Suid-Afrika wat in die rolprent ondersoek word, is die moorde op mnr. Attie en mev. Wilna Potgieter en hul dogter, Wilmientjie, op die plaas Tweefontein naby Lindley.

Van der Walt het besluit om die rolprent met die Potgieter-moorde te begin omdat dit “die ergste is (van al die plaasmoorde)”.

Hy het in Louis Trichardt in Limpopo grootgeword.

“Ek het nie op ’n plaas gewoon nie, maar wel in ’n boeregemeenskap en was altyd bewus van boere wat vermoor word.

Ek het vir myself gesê as ek eendag groot is, gaan ek ’n dokumentêr oor plaasmoorde maak.”

Hy onderhandel tans met die SAUK om die rolprent op TV uit te saai.

Van der Walt skryf die reeks ook in vir plaaslike en oorsese rolprentfeeste en wil dit ook in teaters laat draai.

Who lost the world? Obama has paved the way for an explosive era

By Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.

Conventional wisdom has it that the 2012 presidential election will be all about the dismal economy, unemployment and the soaring deficit. That appears a safe bet because such matters touch the electorate, are much in the news at the moment and have indisputably become worse on Barack Obama's watch.

It seems increasingly likely, however, that the American people will have a whole lot more to worry about by next fall. Indeed, the way things are going, by November 2012, we may see the Middle East - and perhaps other parts of the planet - plunged into a cataclysmic war.

Consider just a few of the straws in the wind of a gathering storm:

• Moammar Gadhafi's death last week prompted the Obama administration to trumpet the president's competence as commander in chief and the superiority of his "small footprint," "lead-from-behind" approach to waging war over the more traditional - and costly and messy - one pursued by George W. Bush. The bloom came off that false rose on Sunday when Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, chairman of the National Transitional Council, repeatedly declared his government's fealty to Shariah, Islam's brutally repressive, totalitarian political-military-legal doctrine.

Among other things, Mr. Abdul-Jalil said Shariah would be the "basic source" of all legislation. Translation: Forget about representative democracy. Under Shariah, Allah - not man - makes the laws.

In short, the result of Mr. Obama's $2 billion expenditure to oust Gadhafi is a regime that will be led by jihadists, controls vast oil reserves and has inherited a very substantial arsenal (although some of it - including reportedly as many as 20,000 surface-to-air missiles - has "gone missing"). This scarcely can be considered a victory for the United States and probably will prove a grave liability.

• An Islamist party called Ennahda seems likely to have captured the lion's share of the votes cast in the first free election in Tunisia. Although we are assured it is a "moderate" religious party, the same has long been said of Turkey's governing AKP party. Unfortunately, we have lately seen the latter's true colors as it has become ever more insistent at home on jettisoning the secular form of government handed down by Mustafa Kemal Attaturk and acted ever more aggressively abroad. A similar transformation can be expected, later if not sooner, of any Shariah-adherent political movement.

• In Egypt, meanwhile, the agenda of the Islamists' mother ship - the Muslim Brotherhood - is being adopted even before elections formally bring it to power. The interim military government has abetted efforts to punish and even kill the Coptic Christian minority. It has facilitated the arming of the Brotherhood's franchise in Gaza and allowed the Sinai to become the launching pad for al Qaeda and others' attacks on Israel.

Egypt's transitional regime also helped broker the odious exchange of more than 1,000 convicted terrorists held by Israel for a single soldier kidnapped and held hostage for five years by Hamas. Upon their release, the convicts with Jewish blood on their hands received heroes' welcomes even as they affirmed their desire to destroy Israel and called for the seizure of still more Israelis to spring their comrades still behind bars. This does not augur well for either the Jewish state or for our interests.

• The increasingly mercurial Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, has announced that - despite the long-running, immensely costly and ongoing U.S. effort to protect his kleptocratic government - in a war between Pakistan and the United States, Afghanistan would side with Pakistan. The magnitude of this insulting repudiation of America is all the greater since Pakistan is widely seen as doing everything it can to re-establish the Taliban in Kabul.

In Iraq, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has touted his success in thwarting Washington's belated (and halfhearted) efforts to keep a significant number of U.S. forces in his country after the end of this year. His coalition partner and fellow Iranian cat's paw, Muqtada al-Sadr, already is boasting that he also will drive out the American contractor personnel who are, for the moment, expected to provide a measure of security after the military withdraws. In that case, we may well see the mullahs' agents take over a U.S. embassy for the second time since 1979 - this one the newest, largest and most expensive in the world.

Add to this litany an emboldened and ascendant China, a revanchist Russia once again under the absolute control of Vladimir Putin, a Mexico free-falling into civil war with narcotraffickers and their Hezbollah allies on our southern border and you get a world that is fraught with peril for the United States. Matters are made infinitely worse by the prospect of reckless budget cuts hollowing out the U.S. military.

The Republican candidates to succeed Mr. Obama are beginning to find their voices on the national security portfolio. They will be formally debating the president's sorry record in coming weeks. The question the American people will want answered is not only "Who lost the world?" but what they will do to get it back.

Read original article here.

Iran And Israel Caught Partnering In Nuclear Attack Ploy | Before It's News

Iran And Israel Caught Partnering In Nuclear Attack Ploy | Before It's News:

Secret contacts between Prime Minister Ahmadinejad, Ayatollah Khameni and counterparts in Israel, Russia and Turkey have been uncovered outlining a plan to stage an attack on Iran by Israel with full permission of the key groups within the leadership of the Iranian government and the clerics who oversee them. Members of opposition groups who have learned of this plan are livid.

The attack, scheduled for any day now, has one primary purpose.
It is meant to stabilize both the Iranian and Israeli governments, both of which have strong opposition at home and face charges of corruption and to correct major regional financial disaster each confront.
The “deal” between Israel and Iran is much closer to something out of the Sopranos than normal international relations.
This is pure “mob rule.”

Davies: New BEE tender rules out soon: Fin24: Economy

Davies: New BEE tender rules out soon: Fin24: Economy:

Johannesburg - New preferential procurement regulations will come into force on December 7, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said on Monday.

Speaking during a debate hosted by I-Net Bridge, Davies said the first round of regulations would include infrastructure such as railways, set-top boxes and Eskom's Medupi power plant.

Companies with broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) ownership will score extra points when bidding for government procurement contracts.

"The goal is to stimulate local manufacturing production, without necessarily compromising competitiveness," the minister said. "Valued added activity has got to be at the forefront."

ETM economist Russell Lamberti said the implementation of the BEE policy had been "awful to date". "We will probably be having the same discussion five to 10 years down the line if the government does not cut the red tape and allow individuals to decide how to take part in the economy. SA has hugely complex economic policy," Lamberti said.

Rand hit as Japan weakens yen: Fin24: Markets: Currencies

Rand hit as Japan weakens yen: Fin24: Markets: Currencies

The rand has weakened sharply against dollar after Japanese authorities intervened to weaken their currency, sending the dollar to a 3-month high.

“It primarily seems to be driven by the large move in the euro/dollar and also on the back of the Japanese intervention. That seems to be the main driver,” said Leon Myburgh, Sub-Saharan Africa Strategist at Citi.

Land Grabbing in South Africa

 This article relates to my earlier article "South Africa's Rolling Clouds"

It must be to everyone that Zimbabwe-style land grabbing is being implemented in the New South Africa. The ANC has no control over the ANC Youth League and there is an obvious battle for power between the ANC Regime and their Youth League.

The ANCYL has no intention of losing this battle, while the ANC Regime is incapable of handling the situation.

This is the beginning of South Africa's Revolution.

ANCYL members storm private land
Oct 31 2011 09:10

Durban - A group of people has invaded private land in Hilton outside Pietermaritzburg, claiming it belongs to ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema, according to a report on Monday.
Land owner Rusty Roodt told The Witness newspaper he would approach the high court in Pietermaritzburg on Monday to obtain a court order to stop people from invading his land.

He said the police had done nothing to stop the land invasion at Winterskloof in Hilton.

One of the land invaders reportedly said: "We are continuing what we started when we marched on Thursday and Friday to reclaim what is ours," in reference to an economic freedom march from Johannesburg to Pretoria led by Malema.

Earlier this month the SA President said :

Zuma: No Zim-style land grabs in SA
Oct 03 2011 09:44

Johannesburg - Zimbabwean-style land grabs will not happen in South Africa, President Jacob Zuma said on Monday.

"I don't think the South African and Zimbabwean constitutions are the same. Our constitution is very important because it guides us on what we do," Zuma said.

He was speaking during a business breakfast in Sandton on Monday morning presented by New Age newspaper and the SABC.

The session was organised to give the president the opportunity to update the country about the progress Zuma's administration had made since the state of the nation address, at the start of the year.

The land question was asked by Mduduzi Vilane, who wanted to know if South Africa had plans to avoid what happened in Zimbabwe, where land belonging to whites was taken without compensation as part of the country's land redistribution programme.

Zuma described the issue of land redistribution as a serious matter that needed attention, adding that everything needed to be done according to law.

He said they were looking at reopening the process of lodging land claims because the process had been short. The cutoff date for lodging claims was December 1998.

While just a few days ago malema said :

Malema: Refuse to vacate land
Oct 24 2011 08:01

Johannesburg - ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has urged hundreds of Bantu Bonke township residents in Vereeniging not to vacate the mineral-rich land they occupy, should anyone want them to move.

"We heard Anglo (mining company) wants you to move... they said there's alternative land because they have discovered a mineral," Malema told the community in a packed hall on Sunday.

He said they had the right to continue living on their land and be party to mining and agricultural activity.

"Even the houses they want to give you are not proper houses. The land must be given to the people... people have been killed for this land."

AfriForum has laid a criminal charge of incitement to sedition against Malema, after he told people in Thembelihle in Lenasia, south of Johannesburg, last week to forcefully occupy land.

On Saturday, Malema told residents in Diepsloot, north of Johannesburg, that he would not respond to AfriForum's criminal charges. He said he was prepared to go to jail in his fight for the poor.

Malema's visits are a way of drumming up support ahead of the league's "economic freedom" mass march expected to take place on Thursday and Friday. The league will target the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in Sandton, the Chamber of Mines in Johannesburg and the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

Malema, donning a black beret, said the government must return the land owned by white farmers to its people.

"They (whites) found us here. They did not bring any land nor did they bring any minerals."

He then broke into his alternative rendition of Dubul' iBhunu (shoot the boer) called "kiss the boer", dancing and waving his fist as people took videos and pictures of him, while others joined in chorus.

He left in convoy soon after his address.

So far, Malema has visited Thembelihle, Diepsloot and Ivory Park and the Methodist Church at Ratanda in Heidelburg to mobilise support for the march.

His message constantly stressed the fight for economic emancipation, and ensuring that communities benefit from democracy.

A few community members that had waited in anticipation for Malema's arrival in Evaton ended up leaving the Sicelo Community Hall where he was scheduled to speak on Sunday afternoon.

It later emerged that Malema abandoned the rest of his Sunday programme, which also included a visit to Sebokeng's Zone 14, due to "logistical reasons".

"We were not comfortable in terms of preparations. People have been told that he won't be coming any more," said the league's additional member to the national executive committee Khusela Sangoni.

It was unlikely that Malema would return to these places due to his hectic programme ahead of the march, she said.

His disciplinary hearing will continue on Wednesday, at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.

It is speculated that ANC stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and ANC national executive committee member Tony Yengeni will be the final witnesses to testify on Malema's defence.

Malema has been charged by the ANC in connection with his call for regime change in Botswana.

According to the land-grabbers :

Invaded land 'belongs to Malema'
2011-10-31 10:06
Thobani Ngqulunga and Stephanie Saville, The Witness

Pietermaritzburg - The owner of a tract of land in Winterskloof, Hilton, will approach the KwaZulu-Natal High Court on Monday to obtain a court order to stop people from invading his land in Crompton Road.

Residents on Sunday complained that people clearing the land have told them the land “belongs to Malema”.

One resident said he was called a “settler” and told that his land would also be taken.

Landowner Rusty Roodt told The Witness the police in Hilton have failed to act on his complaints that people are invading his land; and nothing has been done to halt them.


He said pegs were knocked into his land a week ago and on Sunday morning earthmoving equipment was brought in to level the land.

“I went to my office and got my rates accounts and an aerial map of my land to show the people, but they would not budge. They are just taking my land, so I am going to court.”

Richard Heathcote, who lives opposite the site, said the invaders have begun clearing right over Umgeni Water’s pipeline. “The police are doing nothing.”

Another resident, who asked not to be named, said that when her husband asked the crowd there what they were doing they threatened him, calling him a “settler”.

They said they would take our land too.”

She said the invaders had removed the number plates from their vehicles so they could not be identified.

The community of Mpumuza are adamant that the land belongs to them and said there is nothing illegal about their actions because they are reclaiming what is rightfully theirs.

We are continuing what we started when we marched on Thursday and Friday to reclaim what is ours,” said a resident who refused to be named.

Forcefully removed

Former Ward 2 councillor Sibusiso Ntuli said, “We have families that were forcefully removed from this area - like the Ngubanes, Mhlongos, Ngcobos, Mtshahes and many others. There is even a grave of the late iNkosi Zondi in this plot to prove that this area belongs to the Mpumuza tribal authority.”

He said people are simply claiming what is theirs and that if Roodt claims it is his property then he must produce the title deeds.

We are tired of seeing black people being oppressed because we have even applied to reclaim this piece of land.”

Police spokesperson Lieutenant Joey Jeevan said the police are awaiting documentation to prove who the legal owner of the land is.

“If it is found that the land is under claim the matter will be referred to the land claims commission.”

Land grab saga in KZN
October 31 2011 at 09:35pm

A leader in an alleged land grab was selling off plots, claiming he was entitled to do so because “the land belonged to the Zulu people”.

Agronomist Edmund (Rusty) Roodt, who owns the 82 hectare concerned, said this in an urgent application in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Monday.

Judge Ron McLaren interdicted the respondent, Philani Bha Ndlovu, or anyone acting for him, from entering the property until finalisation of the matter on November 21.

Roodt submitted his title deeds for the land, which is in Winterskloof.

Roodt said he saw about 20 people measuring plots on October 29

and knocking in pegs, typical of land demarcation.

On Sunday, October 30 he saw a bulldozer levelling plots that were demarcated the previous day.

He contacted Ndlovu, who is a businessman, who came to the scene.

Roodt told the court that Ndlovu said: “The land belongs to the Zulu people... the land belongs to the Ngonyama Trust.”

Roodt said he told Ndlovu the land belonged to his company, Farmers Nuco, that neither Ndlovu or anyone else was entitled to demarcate plots and try to occupy the land.

“The respondent (Ndlovu) replied that he was selling the plots and that he was entitled to do so,” Roodt said.

He denied that Zulu people ever lived or owned any of the properties in Winterskloof.

A Chief Zondi lived about two km from Farmers Nuco.

“Ndlovu and those who believe they may simply grab another's land and that this land was previously part of Zondi's land are mistaken,” said Roodt.

Ndlovu, who represented himself in court, was told by Judge McLaren that he should file opposing affidavits on November 11 and that Roodt should file replying affidavits if needed by November 18. - Sapa

Sunday, 30 October 2011

Numsa warns against tripartite leaders

The following relates to my earlier article called South Africa's Rolling Clouds
News24 : 2011-10-30 22:48

Johannesburg - Numsa on Sunday cautioned against "factional defences" by some leaders within the ANC-led tripartite alliance at the expense of the poor.

"We need to guard against narrow nationalism and factional defences of individual leaders, at the expense of addressing the growing challenges of poverty [and] unemployment," the union said.

In a statement issued after its two-day national executive committee, Numsa said it was concerned with the reaction of working class formations - the SA Communist Party (SACP) and Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) - in relation to the ANC Youth League's "economic freedom" march held last week.

Numsa slammed the "cheap political innuendoes" by some leaders within the alliance who believed the march was organised to undermine the ANC government and President Jacob Zuma's leadership.

Last week, SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande urged members of the ANCYL not to participate "any march that will not make a difference" in their lives.

"We are not going to be supporting any march whose intention is malicious and is to undermine the authority of the ANC and the government," he said.

The ANCYL march took place on Thursday and Friday with demands which included the nationalisation of mines, the expropriation of land without compensation, the banning of labour brokers, free education and decent housing.

There was also conflicting statements ahead of the march by Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi and its president, Sdumo Dlamini, on whether or not the union would join the march.

"Both Cosatu and SACP have a collective responsibility to lead working class struggles, and advance the centrality of the role of the working class leadership of the NDR [national democratic revolution] and the movement, including the leagues of the ANC," said Numsa.

Its NEC also discussed the nationalisation of strategic companies like Arcello Mittal, Sasol, banks, mines and all monopoly industries.

Numsa also wanted a state-led agricultural sector - in which people are employed and paid a living wage to cultivate the soil - as one of the mechanisms to defend existing jobs.

"The government must promote farming with more meaningful incentives and ensure access to productive land," the union said.


Formatting (Bold) and (Italic) are my own to highlight points relating to my previous article : South Africa's Rolling Clouds

South African Crime

Some interesting facts :

  • At least 1 in every 15 South Africans will experience trauma this year
  • Every 43 minutes somebody in South Africa dies as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
  • For every person that dies, 85 are admitted for treatment at a medical facility.
  • Over 20,000 interpersonal deaths (Murders, suicides, hijackings, etc) will occur this year alone
  • A study by Interpol (the international police agency) shows that South Africa has the highest rate of rape in the world. A woman is raped in South Africa every 17 seconds… In South Africa in 2006 there were close 55 000 reported rape cases. There were over 494,000 rape cases that went unreported. In 2009/10 there were 68 332 REPORTED cases, which means more than 600,000 UNREPORTED cases.
  • South Africa has the highest incidence of child and baby rape in the world with more than 67,000 cases of rape and sexual assaults against children reported in 2000.
  • Statistics show significant (actually shocking) increases in the incidence of attempted murder (42,3%), all sexual offenses (36,1%) and murder (14,5%) against children between 2008/2009 and 2009/2010.

Latest Statistics for crime in South Africa. Taken from the website and the United Nations 2011 report "International Statistics on Crime and Justice". This is South Africa's position in the World Crime Rankings

South Africa ranked 1st in the World :
  • Rapes (per capita) 1.19538 per 1,000 people [1st of 65]
  • Assaults (per capita) 12.0752 per 1,000 people [1st of 57]
  • Gun violence > Homicides > Firearm homicide rate > per 100,000 pop. 74.5748 [1st of 32]
  • Gun violence > Homicides > Overall homicide rate > per 100,000 pop. 125.965 [1st of 32]
  • Manslaughters (per capita) 0.247181 per 1,000 people [1st of 43]

South Africa ranked 2nd in the World :
  • Murders with firearms 31,918 [1st of 36]
  • Murders with firearms (per capita) 0.719782 per 1,000 people [1st of 32]
  • Gun violence > Homicides > % homicides with firearms 59.2028 [2nd of 32]
  • Murders (per capita) 0.496008 per 1,000 people [2nd of 62]
  • Gun violence > Homicides > Non-firearm homicide rate > per 100,000 pop. 51.3901 [2nd of 32]
  • Manslaughters 11,202 [2nd of 42]
  • Number of prisoners 181,944 prisoners [2nd of 168]

South Africa ranked 4th or lower in the World :
  • Robberies (per capita) 4.4434 per 1,000 people [4th of 64]
  • Drug offences 53,810 per 100,000 people [4th of 46]
  • Car thefts 93,133 [6th of 46]

Total crimes 2,683,849 [ranked 5th of 50 countries]

South Africa's Rolling Clouds

This post relates to my previous article South Africa's Looming Revolution

Winnie sounds warning
By Sabelo Ndlangisa

Next year, we will be voting in Bloemfontein and trust me, we’re not into recycling. We shall get a new leader,” she told guests at an event to mark the 60th ­anniversary of Drum magazine at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg.

Earlier that day, the veteran politician testified in favour of embattled ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema at his ­disciplinary hearing.

This is probably the most ­direct indication so far that Madikizela-Mandela supports the league’s bid to remove President Jacob Zuma in Mangaung next year.

ANCYL Economic Freedom March

As can be seen in the articles and galleries of the various South African newspapers, they only published very carefully selected photographs from which one cannot really make our how many people were part of the march.

The media went out of their way to convince the public and the World that the ANCYL's Economic Freedom March was a failure and that very few people attended the march. In fact they quoted figures of "less than 1000", and "no more than 3000", while there were no less than 10,000 and rather closer to 20,000 marchers in Pretoria, which I saw with my own eyes.

The media tried there very best to downplay the march in an effort to prevent anxiety and panic among the South African public and to prevent negative impact on foreign tourism.

The media is trying to hide the reality of the revolution building in the New South Africa. In the meantime the signs are clear for all to see.

The strange thing about it is that even the right wing is falling for the media's bluff? Even the right wingers are cheering, because the ANCYL's Economic Freedom March was a "failure"? It shows how even the right wing in South Africa are gullible to the extreme, living in their dreams of a new white homeland for white South Africans.

ANCYL march to Union Buildings
Well selected photographs of the march in Pretoria

ANCYL march in Johannesburg
Well selected photographs

Malema addresses ANCYL march

ANCYL march - Day 2

ANC youth league march IN PHOTOS
Well selected Photographs in South Africa's largest black newspaper

The South African Constitution is in danger

ANCYL demands change to Constitution
The ANC Youth League on Friday called on government to amend the Constitution to allow land claims without compensation.
The league demanded the amendment of section 25 of the Constitution which protects private property against arbitrary expropriation and allows for compensation.
The league's memorandum said all productive land should be nationalised and leased, and neighbourhoods electrified.

A state bank must be established and foreign policy must be changed to isolate countries that threaten South Africa's sovereignty.

"He stated clearly that everyone that lives in South Africa who isn’t black and who owns property has stolen it from the black people and especially from the black youth... Malema has now openly instructed that the Constitution be changed in order to legalise the theft of their property and possessions," said Botha. This above paragraph quoted from the following article Malema needs a history lesson - CDP.

Johannesburg Stock Exchange

Malema hands memo to JSE
"The people who are stealing our wealth must come on stage," Malema said from the back of a truck converted into a stage outside the JSE in Sandton.
"Down with white capital monopoly," he chanted.

An official from the JSE received the memorandum from Malema at 17:15.
"Thank you for the opportunity. We will take your demands to the executive," he said.

This upset the crowd who started singing Dubul'ibhunu (shoot the boer), which has been declared hate speech by a court.
"Our demands are clear and they must respond as soon as possible," Malema said.
"We have come peacefully and we hope they can respect that."

A Very Important Point

With this ANCYL Economic Freedom March Julius Malema made a very important point that should be taken seriously. He showed how much control he holds over his followers. This march was peaceful to the extreme with not a single incident of violence or lack of discipline. Malema showed how much discipline and respect he commands with his followers.

If he could discipline them this well during two days of the longest march in history, leading at least 10,000 followers, what could he achieve under circumstances that required his followers to take more aggressive action under his command?

Comes the ANC Election Conference in Mangaung 2012 we shall see the results of the ANCYL's efforts.

A revolution could take many forms, but the process and methodology remain the same.

The dark clouds of revolution are rolling across the New South Africa.

WWIII Its coming, but when?

"The Truth is Extreme, to Make it Moderate is to Lie."
- Storm Clouds Gathering

Total Collapse - The Build up to World War III

Link to the above video is

Friday, 28 October 2011

Negative Focus - Missed Opportunities

A man is unhappy at work, complains about it, everyone gets drawn in and become sad, despondent and depressed because of his story everyday. Everyone wants to hear the detail and cannot wait to hear the latest. They join in, making it even worse. Everyone gets more negative by the day. Eventually he gets fired and everyone is angry and wants to take on his work & boss. That’s facebook, only half the story is told.

Because info gets shared in drips and drabs our perspective is negative, because they do not have the whole picture, they don’t have a bird’s eye-view of the situation. The story above could be dragged out over weeks and even months, providing all the detail of every little thing that happened to the poor guy until the day he got fired. After that he is without work and struggling to make ends meet. 

The full story of the guy above is that he is a well-known highly successful South African. He was just relating how things started out for him, but the whole story involves much more. Besides all the negative aspects there were many positive aspects to his story, but he never got around talking about it, because everyone wanted to hear the bad and sad news. Everyone gets drawn into the negative suffering and hardships, while not seeing the positive outcome.

Bottom-line is that after he got fired he started his own business and became such a success that he bought the company he was fired from and a few years later he was on the Forbes Top 100 list as one of the richest people in the World. Quite a positive ending and had he not had such bad experiences at work and had he not been fired,  he would probably never have founded his own company and become so financially successful. 

Thats the issue with politics. While so many people get negative I get excited. Here on FB and wherever we focus on one issue at a time and it all seems so negative, but the bigger picture is so much different.

Revolution is very negative, the murders are off course very negative, but the murders, the rapes, the fraud, corruption all eventually get sorted out by effective revolution. In the end the revolutionaries also meet their own demise. The ANC regime is slowly but surely being taken out and a revolution is rising against them. Unfortunately, because people are not seeing the revolution and they’re not seeing the big picture, they are kicking against the revolution, rather than joining and supporting it. 

What is now happening is that whites, blacks, coloureds, indians are tacitly supporting the very ANC Regime that has been causing the murders, the violence, raping , drug gangs, fraud & corruption.

If people had recognised the revolution for what it is, the various youth leagues of the various opposition parties and groups would have joined the economic freedom march. That would have put such a scare up the arses of the Regime they would have shuddered. Unfortunately people are stuck in their ways, because you see as far as whites and Afrikaners in particular is concerned this revolution is against them, its aimed at them and they cannot distinguish between a revolution against a regime and a regime that is busy killing them off.

While we all know the march is far more successful than the pro-ANC Regime media is making it out, it could and should have been much more successful than it is, but alas that is not to be. 

It amazes me how people support the revolutions in other countries, but oppose it in their own country against a much more vile and ruthless regime they supposedly hate.

This country is lost, to say the least. It is so focussed on the negative that the long term positive outcome is missed completely. A self-centred negativity prevails sparking the flight response whereby everyone wants to leave and follow idealists promising a promised land, a Canaan of their own, a volkstaat in their language.

Instead of focussing on the opportunities to get rid of the regime that they supposedly hate, they fight the revolution against it. Irrational as it may seem, its the case and as such one cannot feel sorry for this country, only pity.

Thursday, 27 October 2011

The Afrikaners' Misguided Attachment to the Netherlands

Due to ignorance the Afrikaner / Boers have this passionate emotional attachment to the Netherlands and their "SO-CALLED" Dutch heritage.

Whereas most other countries saw their Governments spearheading the anti-apartheid drive. In the Netherlands, while the Government was more talk than action, this drive came mostly from the public. The Dutch as a nation was against the Afrikaner, Boer National Party and Apartheid.

Notwithstanding, the Afrikaners / Boers to this day, persist in their attachment to the Netherlands, the nation that sold them out more times and with more ferocity than any other nation. No other country of origin had betrayed the Afrikaner as much as the Netherlands.

It is true that the blood of the Dutch fills the veins of the Afrikaner, because clean blood fills the arteries. While the Afrikaner is not Dutch, but rather a mixed breed of European nations, they do not have this same attachment to their other nationalities of origin, like Germany, France, Portugal, UK, Italy, Greece, etc. The Dutch always looked down upon the Afrikaner and always distinguished themselves from the Afrikaner.

During the Apartheid years very few nations supported the country and Netherlands, the beloved blood-country of the Afrikaner, was not one of those countries.

The Dutch sponsored and financed the terrorist movements in South Africa that led to the murder of many white Afrikaners, yet the Afrikaner continues to hail their Dutch heritage? The Dutch People should be held directly responsible for the killing of many Afrikaners, by having supported, financed and supplied weaponry to terrorist organisations for use against Afrikaner / Boers.

There are literally thousands of sources supporting the above, but the following articles provide sufficient evidence to the case.

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

China Brutally Destroys Female Population | Before It's News

China Brutally Destroys Female Population | Before It's News:

Killing a child in China is a common event.

In China, they break the spines of newborns, they bury them alive, strangle and poison them, or just starve them to death. All of that mostly happens to girls, because the birth of a baby girl in China is economically unprofitable.

Girls have to have dowries, so a family has to work hard for it for years. The pension system in China is meant for a narrow circle of state clerks. Elderly Chinese parents are supported by their sons. Hideous crimes committed against little helpless kids happen all across China, not just in remote rural areas. Beijing garbagemen often find dead bodies of little children in stinky wastes. Sometimes they are still alive...

There are 118 boys per 100 registered girls in China, whereas the biological norm is 104-106 boys and 100 girls. To put it in a nutshell, they destroy one-seventh of Chinese girls. The girls are killed by their own parents. "One family - one child" policy gives an incentive to it as well.

To read the full story click HERE

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Moneywebtax - Treasury expects R13bn tax revenue shortfall - BUDGET

Moneywebtax - Treasury expects R13bn tax revenue shortfall - BUDGET:

South Africa's economic situation is moving from bad to worse as the downward spiral continues even the tax income is dwindling. In the meantime the Regime is trying to present a variety of excuses for the shortfall, while it is clear that the whole country is headed for a crash.

CAPE TOWN - Treasury is estimating a R13bn under collection in tax revenue and this will require the government to temporarily increase its borrowings.

Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan said tax revenue collections had not yet recovered fully from the effects of the recession.

With the shortfall of R13bn the estimated gross tax revenue has been reduced to R728.6bn, largely due to a downward revision in net VAT receipts. The VAT receipts have fallen by R13,4bn to R187.5bn, owing to an underestimation of VAT refunds for 2011/12 at the time of budget.

"What this requires is an application of our counter-cyclical policies," Gordhan said.

He added that higher borrowing would be carefully managed as capital markets were volatile and debt servicing costs already the fastest growing category of expenditure. However Gordhan pointed out that Treasury would not introduce a new bond to raise more money.

See more details on "Budget deficit widens" story

Juju stokes fires of anger: City Press: Politics: News

Juju stokes fires of anger: City Press: Politics: News:

This relates to my earlier article "South Africa's Looming Revolution"

"ANC leaders believe the ANC Youth League and its political allies will use this week’s marches on the Chamber of Mines, the Joburg Stock Exchange and the Union Buildings to begin calls for regime change in the governing party."

Also read

S.A. Civil war, chaos looms ever-closer

Monday, 24 October 2011

Black Activist says "The Mandela Must Die!!"

The following is a note published by NativeFox Mbweha who describes himself on his Facebook profile as "Activist at Black Consciuosness Mass MovementKnows KiSwahili, IsiZulu, Isixhosa"

This relates to my earlier article "South Africa's Looming Revolution"

The original Facebook note can be read here

by NativeFox Mbweha on Sunday, 11 September 2011 at 18:00
For the children of Azania whose dreams of freedom were executed!!

The Mandela must die!
His continued survival threatens the aspiration of the children.
His breath stuns the revolution.
His heart-beat pins them to the floor! His eye blink keeps them blinded!
His voice keeps them silent!
He must be destroyed!

Expose his lie.
Tell the stories that were left in the island!
Call to justice those from the firing-squad.
Call for the absolute truth in the TRC. Put to justice those who were wrong. Arrest Biko's killers!
Tell of Sobukwe story.
Expose the sell-out at the World trade centre.

Give the settler back his bible and take back the land, give it to the children!!

Win uhuru for the masses!
Kill the oppressors in the minds of the children!
Burn him, beat him and crush even his blood when it falls!!
Let there be no trace, no scent of him in them.
Kill the bourgeoisie for she threatens the revolution!
Drown the myths of the settlers that impinge on your children self-worth. Feed your neighbors.
Educate the children, tell those who teach them to learn from them!
Walk tall in the hills and fields of Azania.
Don't forget your forefathers, for they know the path.
Muzivi wenzira yephariyare ndiye mufambi wayo!! Utters Zimbabwe!! Kunjalo! cries Kwazulu.
Where are the women, lay before them grass mats, ask them to ululate.
Do it humbly for they gave birth to the nation.
Protect your girls. Make men of your boys, but not too soon!
Shenxa Nyeka for you have seen it in your lifetime!
Tell them Lephatsa for they can't tell you nothing!!
Lead us to the light Malaika wa Azania!

If all of this is to be true in our lifetime, there is but one path!
The Mandela must die!!
Yes, he must die.
A poem by the native fox!
Copyrighted. All rights reserved!!
Based on a Don Mattera classic.

Sunday, 23 October 2011

Brotherhood party: We will compete for over 50% of People's Assembly seats | Al-Masry Al-Youm: Today's News from Egypt

Brotherhood party: We will compete for over 50% of People's Assembly seats | Al-Masry Al-Youm: Today's News from Egypt

"If anybody thinks of excluding or marginalizing the Brotherhood, he will be playing with fire, and if you play with fire you get burned," he said, stressing that his party is a reflection of the Brotherhood itself.

And we all knows what that means don't we, because we've seen what they did in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and who is next on their list?

ANC war veterans on the warpath - Times LIVE

Read the full article here - ANC war veterans on the warpath - Times LIVE:

Also see my earlier article called South Africa's Looming Revolution

The ANC and their MK Veteran terrorists are running scared. They know the Revolution is here and it will destroy them.

They want the elective conference in 2012 scrapped.

MK veterans take aim at 'spoilt brat' Juju (Julius Malema)

Julius Malema is destroying the Marxist-Leninist ANC Alliance and they want to get rid of him before Mangaung next year, because they know, as he has been promising them, that they will be destroyed at that conference.

A group of ANC military veterans is lobbying for a special national conference to resolve "the organisational crisis" threatening to tear the movement apart ahead of its much-anticipated leadership elections at Mangaung next year.

1929 Wall Street Stock Market Crash - YouTube

1929 Wall Street Stock Market Crash - YouTube:

The most devastating stock market crash in the history of the United States;
Documentary by PBS - New York.

Saturday, 22 October 2011

South Africa's Looming Revolution

Still denying the coming revolution against the Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime?

Here is a time-line of articles on the revolution developing in the New South Africa.

In my personal opinion the planned march by the ANCYL on 27 / 28 October is a trial run working towards the real thing.

Julius Malema, Leader of the ANCYL has been warning the ANC Regime that comes 2012 things would change in the New SA.

I foresee that the ANC Election Conference in Mangaung next year will see the start of major political unrest in the New SA.

In anticipation of the Mangaung conference and following the coming revolutionary march by the ANCYL in October, the Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime will declare all and everyone their enemy in a last and desperate attempt to cling onto power ..... at all cost.

By June of next year the revolution would probably escalate to the level where people would be shooting at each other in the streets of the major cities and by October 2012 political upheaval in the New SA could develop into a full-scale civil war.

We are less than one year away from hell in South Africa, a hell forced upon us by the governments and people of the world with the help of the Media.

Let us begin at the beginning, the Making of Revolutionary Terrorist Rebels.

Pamphlet by Marxist-Leninists in the US on the anti-apartheid struggle
"The ANC has received financial support from a variety of sources. These range from the Soviet Union and other Soviet bloc countries to the World Council of Churches, philanthropic organizations, the OAU and some of the Scandinavian governments. Therefore, the ANC has been able to get its message out broadly and maintain high visibility."
"With Nelson Mandela and others in jail, there is the constant reminder of heroes and the role they have played. After the heat of several upsurges has cooled down, there has been the continued image of ANC leadership still incarcerated but making bold and courageous statements. They have become heroes and martyrs of the South African freedom movement."
"Leaders like Nelson Mandela have been consistent in refusing to renounce the armed struggle in exchange for their freedom
"As a final example, U.S. Secretary of State Shultz made a significant speech last October in which he called apartheid doomed. He said: "the present system is doomed, and the only alternative to a radical, violent outcome is a political accommodation now, before it is too late." In related comments the next day, he said that the South African regime should release Nelson Mandela and deal with the African National Congress. Clearly, the imperialists know that if they want to reach an "accommodation", it can only be with forces that have genuine credibility among the masses."

  • In 1994 the world forced South Africa to capitulate and hand-over the reigns of a First-World sovereign State to a Marxist terrorist organisation, the ANC. 
  • Nowhere and never had a revolutionary rebel organisation taken over a country and made a success of that country. In every case where a rebel revolutionary organisation took over a country, itself was later overthrown and taken over by yet another revolutionary terrorist rebel organisation.
  • The World Media portrayed the ANC, a Marxist terrorist organisation, as an organisation fighting for freedom and called people like Nelson Mandela "Freedom Fighters".
  • The ANC had caused the death of thousands upon thousands of people since their founding. 
  • The ANC caused the vast majority of deaths during the years of Apartheid and they've been continuing to do so

Is south africa headed for a peoples revolution?
Posted by: Paralyzer 
May 12, 2008
Is South Africa on edge of a "French revolution" style growing within the masses who seem not to be benefiting greatly from the new dispensation. Whilst food, petrol and the general cost of living is sky rotting but our leaders and the middle classes seem not be concerned and are getting fatter and more comfortable.

  • The world forced South Africa to submit to greedy self-serving opportunists with ZERO knowledge or experience in politics or governance. The ANC had no experience in politics, they never took part in politics and they never were a political party either. The ANC was nothing other than a Marxist terrorist organisation. They walked into Parliament thinking that they could actually run a country, let alone run a highly advanced First-World country like South Africa. All that happened as a result was that they stepped in and started to enrich themselves by stealing the wealth built up by the previous real Governments.

South Africa's Brave New World, By RW Johnson
Reviewed by Ivan Fallon
Friday, 17 April 2009

  • Of course the world patted themselves on the backs for their wonderful achievement of sinking a stable country by having forced it to submit to a Marxist terrorist organisation. In the process, with the help of the world media, they raised a heartless terrorist to the status of a messiah, Nelson Mandela.
  • The truth is that, as stated by RW Johnson - 'There never was a Mandela miracle – the "real miracle", he says, was how FW de Klerk "led the white minority to surrender its power peacefully". Mandela, for Johnson, was little more than a charismatic pawn for the sinister Marxist-communists who had hi-jacked the ANC in exile and who were really only interested in getting their snouts in the trough.'

See also :

South Africa's Brave New World: An appreciation
Paul Trewhela
05 April 2009
Paul Trewhela reviews RW Johnson's new book on South Africa post-1994
If there is one book to read before the elections on 22 April, it should be the study by RW Johnson, South Africa's Brave New World: The Beloved Country since the End of Apartheid (Allen Lane/Penguin, published this month).
No other book has been written with such a realistic, researched, informed and deeply thought and felt response to South Africa's current predicament, its past over Johnson's adult lifetime and its possible routes into the future. Its accessible and elegant prose will be a revelation to many readers.

South Africa’s Brave New World by RW Johnson and A Legacy of Liberation 
by Mark Gevisser: review
André Brink compares two writers' accounts of Thabo Mbeki's disastrous presidency
By André Brink
6:00AM BST 17 Apr 2009

Nelson Mandela - communist, terrorist, rabble-rouser !
"The truth is that he was not imprisoned on Robben Island without reason – not even because he was merely an opponent of apartheid.  He was there because he planned to overthrow a government and in the process, cause the violent deaths of thousands of innocent people (including blacks) – a crime which deserved the death penalty, and he must consider himself fortunate that the so-called apartheid-regime did not press for it.  In his auto-biography Long Walk to Freedom, het admits inter alia that he gave the order to plant the Church Street bomb during the 80's, which killed 11 innocent people and injured many more. "

  • The real Nelson Mandela is not the angel descended from heaven as portrayed by the media.

Egypt: The ANC must pay heed
Thembinkosi Zondi
30 January 2011
Thembinkosi Zondi says youth frustration could explode into a 'third revolution' here as well
Protests led by young people in the Middle East and North Africa must serve as a wake up call to the ANC-aligned Progressive Youth Alliance (PYA) and the ANC-led government!

  • The revolution against the Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime is much closer than most people think. The ANC had lost control of the masses and their own ANCYL, led by their latest warrior Julius Malema, is urging the masses to revolt against this ruthless regime.

Lessons from Egypt for South Africa
Mphuthumi Ntabeni
07 February 2011
Mphuthumi Ntabeni on a seismic shift in African politics

  • While the Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime thought that they would be invincible and untouchable, the world was already crumbling around them. The arrogance of Africa is is leading them to their own demise and there is a major shift taking place in African politics.

MOELETSI MBEKI: Wealth creation
Only a matter of time before the hand grenade explodes

Published: 2011/02/10 07:01:41 AM
By Moaletsi Mbeki
I CAN predict when SA’s "Tunisia Day" will arrive. Tunisia Day is when the masses rise against the powers that be, as happened recently in Tunisia. The year will be 2020, give or take a couple of years. The year 2020 is when China estimates that its current minerals-intensive industrialisation phase will be concluded.

  • Moaletsi Mbeki, the younger brother of the previous president of the New South Africa Thabo Mbeki predicted that the Marxist-Leninist ruled New SA would expereince their own Tunisia day by 2020.

ANC rejects Mbeki’s ‘Tunisia Day’ claim
ANC says SA’s fledgling constitutional democracy cannot be equated with tyranny or stagnation in the country’s growing economy
Published: 2011/02/16 06:35:10 AM

  • The "invincible" Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime rejected this warning, because in their typical African arrogance they thought it could never happen to them. They felt hurt and insulted by their brother for equating the Marxist-Leninist ANC "democracy" with Tyranny, while tens of thousands of people in the Marxist-Leninist run New SA had been murdered since 1994. This IS a tyranny!. The Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime has stood back for almost two decades while their cadres continued murdering tens of thousands of people, as they had done during the Apartheid years. They thought everyone would just sit back and allow this anarchy to continue, as in the rest of this corrupt cursed continent?

ANCYL dismisses Mbeki's Tunisia prophecy
2011-02-19 08:03
Johannesburg - The ANC Youth League on Friday dismissed predictions by political analyst Moeletsi Mbeki that South Africa is heading for Tunisia-like protests in 2020, aimed at toppling the ANC government.

  • They ANCYL is the ANC of course and everything the ANC does not want to openly state themselves they get the ANCYL to say it and then afterwards tell the kids not to be so naughty again. The ANCYL, led by the ANC's newest warrior / Mandela-in-the-making, Julius Malema, is leading the revolution, because the ANC had lost control over the ANCYL. Once Julius Malema tasted power he would not stop and became unstoppable. He has become the Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime's worst nightmare. He is breaking up their holy tri-alliance and he is busy breaking its back.

Jasmine Revolution heading south?
February 23, 2011 3:15 pm 
by Jonathan Wheatley
Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and now … Cameroon? Unrest has spread quickly across the Arabic-speaking countries of the Middle East and north Africa. But if it reaches south of the Sahara to the rest of Africa that will signal it has a resonance much stronger than previously thought.

  • The unrest and revolutions are spreading and all over Africa we are now seeing fires burning everywhere and it is spreading southwards, heading for the New South Africa. The winds of change are blowing across this filthy inhumane continent.

"The National Democratic Revolution"
03 March 2010
The SACP's 1962 proposals for the building of a national democratic state
The following is an extract from the Road to South African Freedom, the programme of the SACP adopted in 1962, and published in the African Communist Vol 2 No 2 Jan-March 1963. It is undoubtedly the document with the greatest influence on African National Congress ideology. If the Freedom Charter was the glossy brochure for national liberation, the Road to South African Freedom was the detailed ideological handbook. The full version can be accessed on the web here.

  • The Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime, controlled by the SA Communist Party, sold themselves to the masses with promises of jobs, houses, free water and free electricity for all. They promised free high quality education for all and they failed, because communism is a failed system that could not and cannot work. African democracy is Marxist-Leninist Communism, where a small minority enriches themselves and throws their crumbs to the masses. The world supported this Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime. The World and the Mass Media put them in place, they destroyed a democracy to replace it with a Marxist-Leninist Regime and they cheered themselves for having achieved it, to the detriment of the citisens of this once flourishing country.

African revolution: Then and now
Phillip Dexter
15 April 2011
Phillip Dexter asks whether successes of recent democratic movements will be sustained

  • The problem with journalists is that they live in a dream-world, they have tunnel-vision, because there never was a democracy in the New SA. The ANC is a Marxist-Leninist Regime, a terrorist organisation. No African country has ever had a democracy. Only the Republic of South Africa before 1994 was a democracy. That was the only democracy ever in the history if Africa, but it was a democracy the world and the media did not want, the world and the media wanted a Marxist-Leninist Terrorist ANC Regime in power, so they could more easily lay their filthy hands on our huge mineral resources.

The sickening smell of 'revolution'
2011-07-06 08:15
Max du Preez
South Africa hasn’t had its revolution yet. It is coming, a newspaper editor declared on Twitter this week, echoing the earlier stark warning by writer Peter Godwin.

Malema: The ANC has only itself to blame
Paul Whelan
28 September 2011
Paul Whelan asks what kind of revolution the ANCYL president intends for SA

  • Even the most liberal of journalists, staunch anti-apartheid media leaders are warning of the coming revolution. While a year or two ago people rejected all warnings of a revolution, suddenly now it is accepted as a reality, but its too late, because they should have listened decades ago. Today these journalists get angry when they are told "We told you so", but the truth is that we did tell them so, decades ago already. Thanks to these very journalists innocent South Africans are today threatened with extinction. White are being murdered like flies, while the churches, the media and the opposition parties are keeping quiet about it, for fear of losing foreign investors and foreign visitors. We are expected to surrender our lives, our women and children for foreign investors and for the sake of being able to compete in international sport.

Save the rainbow nation, Chikane pleads
2011-10-15 08:03
Former director general in the presidency Frank Chikane urged black and white South Africans on Friday to "save the rainbow nation" from corrupt leaders.
Delivering the annual Desmond Tutu peace lecture in Cape Town, he said South Africa's leadership had "corrupted and silenced" everyone.
"I would like to call on all South Africans... This is a moment of truth, of decision-making.

  • Communist church leaders are calling on South Africans to take control and oust their leaders. While subtle and diplomatic it is a call for revolution. Calling for people to rise up against corrupt leaders is a call for revolution.

Zuma fails to clear air on foreign policy gaffes
Published: 2011/10/14 06:46:26 AM
President Jacob Zuma says South Africa’s "foreign policy is independent and decisions are informed by the national interest"

  • In the meantime the president of the Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime denies being influenced by their communist partners of China, but fails to convince anyone. China stands to gain more from nationalisation than anyone else. They could work the mines for the regime by giving employed people more work, while they China get what they want, the minerals they so desire. And in the process what happens to the Marxist-Leninist ANC? THEY GET RICH OF COURSE!

ANC Youth League Economic Freedom Mass Action Will Go Ahead Despite the False Alarms of SACP “General Secretary’, Mr Blade Nzimande
17 October 2011
It has come to the attention of the ANC Youth League that the General Secretary of the South African Communist Party has once again raised false alarms and labelled the ANC Youth League Economic Freedom Mass Action as an attack on the ANC and South African government.

We'll fight any form of counter-revolution - SACP KZN
Themba Mthembu
19 October 2011
Party says state institutions increasingly being used for factional purposes
RE: SACP KZN Media Statement following the party's elective congress
The congress was convened under the theme ‘Crush Liberal Offensive and Populist Demagogue - Defend Marxist Leninist Principles and Discipline - Advance Working Class Leadership".

  • The SACP is everywhere and plays their typical communist manipulation game by trying to be diplomatic, while speaking the language of revolution. The SACP is running scared, realising that the revolution would mean the end of the SACP by stating "That corruption remains a counter-revolutionary exercise and the SACP at all material times should fight it consistently through its corruption campaign."
  • This is where it starts getting interesting - "Congress also resolved that the SACP in the Province should be in contact with the Party at a national level to monitor the growing threats that there could be attacks on senior party leaders and their families especially in this province in the run-up to the Mangaung conference."

As Mantashe warns of implosions, Youth League plans revolt in October
Not entirely omniscient 
22 October 2011, 12:34:45 (South Africa)
From the same young people who grandly claim to have influenced the revolts that overturned the Egyptian government and others, come plans of mass action on financial institutions as well as the country’s Presidency. 
CARIEN DU PLESSIS reports on the ANC Youth League’s plans for 27 and 28 October.
The ANC Youth League must have known that ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe expressed concerns about their “confrontational and aggressive posture against the ANC” during the ruling party’s national executive committee meeting last Friday and Saturday.

  • Last, but not least, the Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime is also admitting their fear of the revolution. When Moaletsi Mbeki warned that we would have our Tunisia day by 2020 both the Marxist-Leninist ANC and their ANCYL objected to his statement, not because they did not believe him or did not agree with him, but because they did not want it out of the bag.
  • The ANCYL has gathered support of various groups for their revolutionary march , including Labour Unions

Revolution has a stepping stone
By Angelique Redmond
19 October, 2011
The Occupy South Africa movement took to the streets of Cape Town outside Parliament on Saturday to show its solidarity in the first step of their campaign against the greed and corruption which is rife in South Africa.
While it is common knowledge how corrupt ANC politicians are, this initiative is not only meant to address corruption because that would imply that our economic and social problems would be solved if the politicians were not corrupt. Corruption in itself is not the root problem but it is rather the ‘legal’ robbery of South Africa by a few large international and local corporations and this robbery is rubber-stamped by government, both ANC and DA. Political corruption is only an inevitable result of a corrupt system.”

  • The People's war is a war against corruption and greed. 
  • South Africans have grown fed-up with the greed and corruption of the Marxist-Leninist ANC Regime.
  • South Africans are tired of the crime, the raping and the murders.
  • South Africa is officially listed as a Genocide country and yet no one listens.
  • South Africa is heading for a revolution and nothing and no one could stop it.

May God be with the people of South Africa, for they deserve not what had the World forced upon them.