South Africa on a Self Destruct Mission

South Africa on a Self Destruct Mission
South African flag with blood

The self destruction of South Africa is abundantly clear for everyone to see. The systemic failure of all the systems, everywhere one looks it is just an indication of decay, morally and otherwise.

In the matric exams 2013, a pass rate of 30% was held out with the possibility of decreasing of the pass rate to 20%. According to Prof Habib at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) some 50% of the students that obtained honours in the matric exams, had failed to pass the entrance exams at the University. This is another example of the lack within the entire system in the RSA, not just education. The President’s claim to education was that he was at school – doing what? A wily political animal, but no substance – for how long will South Africa still be charmed by the naked emperor. A new concern is the circulation of communication instructing teachers not to fail students no matter what their exam marks total. Education is free, and you are guaranteed a pass rate.

Various sources within the security cluster have reported two premiers of the Northern Provinces, Sello Motale and DD Mabuza of Mpumalanga were caught with cash money. Approximately R16 million was staked in the fireplace at the home of Mabuza and equal amount stashed in a forest close to the home of Motale. Both parties pledged their affiliation to President Zuma and were not charged.

There is the rumor that the road built toward Nkandla, Zuma’s homestead could have been financed by Gaddafi money. Nobody talks about this money and it was during 2010 when Zuma and Gaddafi arranged a meeting. Apparently Gaddafi’s money was sent to South Africa. This secretative operation was headed by Defense Intelligence (DI) General Shilobane, who acted promptly under the authority and control of the ruling party, the ANC. US Dollars, gold and diamonds were part of the consignment entrusted to South African government.

Gaddafi is linked to the financing of the oil exploration operations which culminated in viable oil deposits being found in the following places – Malawi –In the lake, Tanzania – off shore and in the lake bordering Malawi, Kenya – off shore, Mozambique – north of Beira, Namibia – off shore, Ghana – off shore and doubling their capacity. The moments these fields would come into production it would have an impact on the regional political and economical aspects but also in the international sphere. Gaddafi would have had an exceptionally strong standing.

However, we all know that he is no more. A reason for his killing is lined to the above mentioned issue. Not only this, President Zarkosy of France at the time had also struck an agreement with the Touaregs in Mali that he would assist them in claiming an independent homeland in Mali, in the northern part thereof where the French company Aviva was mining for uranium. In return, the Touareg had to help kill Gaddafi. Operation Serval was launched by the French to protect the assets of France within that area and to establish order, and they had not been factored to the Al Qaeda role.

Zuma is an African with revered standing. He is however, due to his unbridled passion for wealth, also from the side of his relatives, is leading to his downfall. The entire South African system is failing and nothing is functioning as it should. South Africa is de facto a corrupt hellhole with pockets of decency. In the “Business Day” a local newspaper in the RSA David Gleason wrote the following in his story “Torque” –“How this gangrenous portion of the African National Congress’s (ANC) body politic has been permitted to get away with its endless larceny defies explanation.” In this regard, he is refers to the lack of clean drinking water for local communities and where the Police (SAPS) have killed some of the local people in riots. This is not an isolated incident. It is happening throughout the country. Zuma is lacking leadership; this is the argument that pervades all discussion in the country at this stage.

Zuma was the head of the ANC’s Intelligence Arm in exile (DIS.) Zuma is and was linked to quarto camps in Angola, the place where many comrades had been killed. (Read the works of ANTHEA Jeffries and Paul Trewhela in relation to this.) There are to allegations Thabo Mbeki had a son who vanished in these camps. Mbeki still holds Zuma accountable for this disappearance.

The Zulus is a proud nation who has seen the potential in creating a new economic hub in Kwazulu Natal. They have diverse seaports through which they can stimulate exports. Richards bay is the opening through which the most coal is exported from South Africa. Therefore, the Zulus are in a unique position to have an important impact on the South African economic scene with long term sustainability. However, if this unfettered self destruction is not checked and overturned the hopes of the Zulu people will come to nought.

Thabo Mbeki has made statements against so – called tribalism. However, the Eastern Cape, homeland of the Xhosa people and destination of Mbeki’s largesse as President has not gone forward, but rather declined. The failure of local government in the provision of services due to the lack of capability, lack of accountability, lack of pride and honour at any time is ever increasing. People are paid huge salaries, but they are not able to deliver the services to the people of the land.

South Africa has become a feeding frenzy, even the opposition parties are engulfed in such. The Congress of the People (COPE) leader Terror Lekota had been implicated in scandals ranging from the Iranian Cell phone issue with MTN. The First Consult reported an allegation into the irregular export of South African manufactured Infantry Fighting Vehicles (The Ratels). Thus in criticising the government, he is not doing it with clean hands – he is a known Mbeki acolyte. It’s all about money, not to create wealth, but to squander!

There are no answers to the Gaddafi’s billions. Will the Libyan government take action against the South African government in the International forum? Did Gaddafi’s money go elsewhere, perhaps to support neighbouring countries faltering economies? There are many questions, few answers. Did Gaddafi’s gold, some of 50metric ton of it end up in the UK in order to create a credit facility at Barclays for a South African bank? Who were involved in such? Has the South African government become nothing else than a thieving cabal set out to frame its own citizens in order to steal?

By Laura Oneale in collaboration with others

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