Regarding the 11th February 2017 Weekend Post headline about Big Spender’s Record Spree, yours truly is going to sound like a stuck Vinyl Record Player, but has to nevertheless repeat that if You are not Anointed by the ANC and/or not Approved by South African White Capital (seemingly the Guptas nowadays), then you are not going anywhere fast in South Africa.
I know from 18 Years of personal experience and observation of having expansionary ideas being initially disregarded and/or chunks thereof stolen thereafter for the self-enrichment of Money, Status Materialism worshippers; by Both Black White People in Government and the Private Sector.
We must admit that ANC Freemasonry (Enrichment and Protection of ANC Congregants and Associates) was approved and promoted by Nelson Mandela himself.
Remember the school delinquent Andrew Babeile who stabbed a White school mate with a pair of scissors? Upon being referred to Nelson Mandela for counselling, he was advised by Madiba himself to study and get rich like other Black People who are becoming Millionaires? Not to add value to the Country and Populace, but to get RICH???
By the way, ANC Freemasonry was largelly modelled on the Afrikaner Broederbond system of “beneficiation” of a “Connected” Few and let GOD take care of the Rest. President Thabo Mbeki continued with ANC Freemasonry through his African Renaissance racist vanity project whereby Patriotic White South Africans were job-excluded in favour of predominantly black Zimbabweans on the Educational Snobbery propaganda that Zimbabwe’s education is far superior than that of South Africa to appoint Black South Africans then.
Under President Zuma ANC Freemasonry is not on sophisticated Cocaine, but TIK! Eeeiissshhh
Luyanda Marlon Kama
Kwa-Dwesi, Port Elizabeth
Editor – With regards to the Andrew Babeile ‘get rich’ statement a cursory Google shows:
News24, reported on 7 December 2013 that Mandela told Babeile; “Education is the only weapon that you can use to emerge as a leader in our country.”.
On 28 September 2006 IOL quoted Babeile on Mandela saying; “Madiba asked me to study and lead the youth of today from temptation to liberation. He said he was giving me the spear to fight racism. He then said some old man, a pensioner, had pledged R20 000 towards my studies, but I knew he was the old man he was speaking about.”
On 16 September 2001 the Mail and Guardian reported; “Nelson Mandela on Friday gave jailed student Andrew Babeile R20 000 to further his studies while in the Kimberley Prison, the African National Congress Youth League said. Mandela is said to have told Babeile: “I am here to tell you that you must study whether you are in jail or not. Education is the key to success and many people who are successful today some studied while in jail.”
On 2 May 2002 AllAfrica posted; “Johannesburg – South Africa’s top companies contributed about R460000 to an education trust which would help Andrew Babeile and other pupils to further their studies, former president Nelson Mandela announced on Thursday. “We think that he should be able to continue with his studies… even beyond high school,” Mandela told reporters at the Nelson Mandela Foundation’s headquarters in Johannesburg.”
The transcript of the trial of Andrew Babeile is to be found here: http://www.saflii.org/za/cases/ZANCHC/2001/10.html
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