Saturday, May 12, 2012

FW de Klerk and the fall of South Africa

A recent interview with De Klerk by CNN correspondent Christiane Amanpour has sparked "controversy" and "outrage." But there is no reason for outrage on the part of the Left, De Klerk still fully embraces the failed ideas of multi-racialism and "democracy." And is pleased with his work to destroy the nation of his birth. His statement is mainly true and correct, but one should note, the Sauer Commission's and Hendrik Verwoerd's plans for homelands were never fully put into place.

FW de Klerk:
"What I haven’t apologised for is the original concept of seeking to bring justice to all South Africans through the concept of nation states (essentially creating two separate states, one black and one white). But in South Africa it failed,” De Klerk said. “And by the end of the seventies, we had to realise, and accept and admit to ourselves that it had failed. And that is when fundamental reform started."

Asked De Klerk if apartheid failed because it was unworkable or because it was "morally repugnant". He responded: "There are three reasons it failed. It failed because the whites wanted to keep too much land for themselves. It failed because we (whites and blacks) became economically integrated, and it failed because the majority of blacks said that is not how we want our rights."

"There is this picture that apartheid was…used to be compared to Nazism. It's wrong, and on that, I don’t apologise for saying that what drove me as a young man, before I decided we need to embrace a new vision, was a quest to bring justice for black South Africans in a way which would not - that’s what I believed then - destroyed the justice to which my people were entitled.”

"But the concept of giving as the Czechs have it and the Slovaks have it, of saying that ethnic unities with one culture, with one language, can be happy and can fulfil their democratic aspirations in an own state, that is not repugnant."1
While the 1946 Fagan Commission lead to the downfall of the United Party and rise of the National Party and it's Sauer Commission the recommendations of the Sauer Commission and the ideas Hendrik Verwoerd were never really put into place, too many businesses would have lost profit opportunities. So in effect Fagan Commission's ideas went into effect by default. See: Apartheid in South Africa, Part 1 and Part 2, and The Union of South Africa in the 1920s. In the end it was the business elites desire for a cheap work force and an increased consumer base for manufactures and retailers that doomed the Republic of South Africa and lead to it's fall into chaos, violence, genocide, and general savagery.

The homelands were not a creation of the National Party. but were natural nations; Lesotho and Swaziland are still independent nations. Zululand is another example, it was never fully integrated into the Colony of Natal and maintained some autonomy under the Union of South Africa. Zululand was later restored to semi-sovereignty under the Republic of South Africa and was not abolished to 1994. The Zulus did put up some resistance to the marxist take over of South Africa and the lose of their sovereignty, but they have been slowly co-opted by the ANC.

Friday, May 4, 2012

FBI arrested "Occupy" Cleveland activists

Potheads with burned-out brains arrested. Looks like morons in a government set up to me: "The public was never in danger from the devices, according the FBI. The explosive devices were inoperable and controlled by an undercover FBI agent. Charges against the suspects were filed Tuesday morning in Cleveland." The "plot" started with smoke bombs and vandalism before the FBI got involved: "The suspects' initial plot involved the use of smoke grenades to distract law enforcement in order to topple signs of financial institution on high rise buildings in downtown Cleveland, according to the federal complaint." Another "terror plot" created by the US government to make themselves look like they are doing something useful.

 Suspected bridge bombing plot near Cleveland
Five people, claiming to be anarchists, have been arrested near Cleveland for trying to blow up a bridge, according to Fox News. The public was never in danger from the devices, according to Fox. The explosive devices were inoperable and controlled by an undercover FBI agent
Occupy Leaders Apparently Involved in Bridge Bomb Plot, Suspects Named
One of the leaders of the Occupy Cleveland movement, Brandon Baxter, is one of those arrested for today's terrorist plot to bomb a bridge in Cleveland. Occupier Brandon Baxter appears to have gotten the guidance he sought.