The ANC Game Plan
In his brutal honesty, Ramaphosa told me of the ANC's 25-year strategy to deal with the whites:
it would be like boiling a frog alive, which is done by raising the temperature very slowly ... the black majority would pass laws transferring wealth, land, and economic power from white to black slowly and incrementally.
(pre 1994 constitution negotiations & elections)
-- Dr Oriani-Ambrosini
Often the ANC government will do something, and people will be completely dumbstruck as the decision makes no sense whatsoever. From the point of view of what is good for a Democratic country, the ANC's choices often seem like the complete opposite of what needs to be done.
The general public seems to be mostly unaware of the many aspects and goals of the ANC, as well as the different roleplayers and the motivations behind the goals. If Patriot Democracy's primary goal is to promote Democracy, a part of this goal need to be teaching and making the people aware of what our government is doing that is anti-democratic, and why.
The ANC is a very complex animal made up of many different parts often called factions. We need to understand our opponent and take into account their long term goals and infinite strategy. Then many decisions the public dismisses as miss-guided incompetents can be seen for what they really are, being part of a very well thought out strategy and long term plan.
Patriot Democracy is looking to connect the dots between how the ANC functions and shine a spotlight on the most worrying aspects, teaching people to see through the noise and seeing what is really going on.
What many don't realise or forget is that the ANC and all its leaders are Socialist. This makes our country a democratic country with a seemingly free-market economy, but are lead by people that promote Marxist Communist ideology and are actively trying to move South Africa to a socialist state.
Since 1994 the ANC has been consistently elected into government, we might be democratic, but we are a one-party state. For this reason, the ANC behaves like they are untouchable and are accountable to nobody, especially the people that vote for them.
All this leads to many serious problems, as the principles of Socialism conflict with a free-market Democracy. The more the government pushes for Socialist state control, the more our economy slows and the more jobs are lost and the more vital investment leaves South Africa.
To measure a person you can often look at their friends. When we look at the countries South Africa buddies up with and turns to for help, we don't see strong Democracies and our biggest trading partners like the US or the EU. Instead, we see China, Cuba and Russia playing significant roles in our country. Countries that are anti-democratic and have very poor human rights track records.
Pro Socialist governments and authoritarian dictatorships around the world have formed a friendship circle or boys club of support. This is where the leaders of these states help keep each other in power and circumvents any form of reforms and accountability.
Through this friendship circle of anti-democratic political leaders, failed states can hobble along for decades, while the people of a country suffer.
The Socialist Alliance
The ANC government that currently leads our Nation is like an onion, that is made up of many different layers. On the outer skin of the onion is the Tripartite Alliance made up of the African National Congress (ANC), Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) and the South African Communist Party (SACP) working together on seemingly common goals.
The alliance was formed as a working agreement in 1990. After the unbanning of the ANC, and the start of the negotiation process to end Apartheid. This agreement was a formalisation of relationships that had been forming and working together for years. You could say the partners were dating before this, and 1990 was when they formally married into a three-legged union.
The ANC is the only one of the 3 that is formally in government and is the primary public face of the alliance. The alliance will come up with a plan of action and strategy, and the ANC will execute that strategy with the other alliance partners playing a supporting role.
COSATU is used by the ANC and SACP as a blunt instrument to rally support and often uses bully tactics and threats to defend the ANC. Slowly over time, COSATU is destroying itself and becoming less and less relevant. With the ANC using and abusing the relationship with COSATU as they see fit.
Trade unions are meant to oppose employers and governments fighting for workers rights. In this corrupt relationship their role in politics a bipolar split personality where they are a part of government and oppose it at the same time.
The trade union leaders are becoming very rich, benefiting greatly from this relationship. The people that belong to and support COSATU are the biggest losers and future victims as they are used and abused by the alliance.
Under a Socialist state like China and the Soviet Union, trade unions don't actually exist. If there is a form of trade union it's just a government department made to look like a union. COSATU is working towards its own demise in support of the alliance.
The seemingly smallest of the three is the SACP. Many dismiss the SACP as it is a very quiet participant that is seen in the background but never really does much publicly.
Of the three alliance partners, the SACP is more like a parasite living on the ANC. COSATU could survive and would probably grow if it left the alliance. The SACP on the other hand has very little in the form of income that would sustain them outside of the alliance. The ANC pays all its bills, and the SACP feeds off the ANC.
This makes the SACP an often dismissed player in the Tripartite Alliance, where people don't take them seriously, and rather focus their attention on the public face of the alliance, the ANC. The SACP prefers it this way and carefully and deliberately crafts just how much it's seen publicly, just enough to still be noticed, but not too much so as not to draw too much attention.
Unofficial Alliance Members
There are many other parts of the onion and unofficial alliance members that many do not formally recognise and see as being part of the ANC but on closer inspection, you can see the connections and friendships that make up the wider circle of Friends.
In all Socialist take-overs, there has always been some form of intimidation force on the ground acting as bullies destroying property and intimidating the people. Their role is to drive fear of opposing the Socialist takeover until it's too late. They sometimes referred to as the Socialist storm-troopers or Brownshirts.
The ANC hardly ever expels its members, regardless of how badly they get caught for corruption or turmoil they cause. Julius Malema's expulsion from the ANC we believe was a deliberate tactic and choice and today is acting undercover for the ANC & SACP leadership.
The EFF currently fills the role of intimidation ground forces and a fake alternative to the ANC. It is effectively the ANC Youth League operating in exile from the parent organisation. This way they can execute on their role without being traced back to the ANC leadership, and in turn, the ANC protect the EFF from any legal consequences.
The official ANC Youth League has never fully reformed since the formation of the EFF, and with little to no support to rebuild from the ANC leadership. This is a deliberate choice as they can't have the two organisations competing with each other in the same space, for the same support.
The most complex and less understood part of the ANC and EFF relationship is understanding what faction inside the tripartite alliance the EFF serves.
Umkhonto weSizwe (MK) was the armed wing of the ANC during Apartheid founded by Nelson Mandela. Since then MK has been semi merged into the South African military with offshoots of power bases in the form of the Military Veterans Associations and National Councils.
The MK Vets are the people the ANC and SACP turn to when they need something done that is not linked to a political party of any kind, or if they need something done that is a little legally questionable. If the ANC needs a large group of supporters at a specific location quickly but cant be seen to be coming from an alliance member, the MK Vets are who the Alliance turns to.
From staffing fake Twitter accounts to political assassination, Umkhonto weSizwe is the part of the Socialist Alliance that operates in the shadows.
The Puppet Masters
There are many players inside the ANC fighting for power, but we should ask ourselves how has the SACP survived all these years? We would expect by now that the smallest player would have been sidelined years ago and faded away.
If you follow the early history of Hitler and Lenin in their rise to power, they both recognised that they could never get enough support on their own using normal democratic processes and the SACP knows this too. The SACP knows it could never directly contest an election and win enough seats in government to have any real power. On their own, they would probably struggle to get enough support for even a single seat in parliament.
The SACP has very cleverly like a parasite slowly infiltrated all parts of the ANC and is using the friendlier public face of the ANC to drive its Socialist agenda. Today many ANC members are also SACP supporters, and it is often difficult to tell where the ANC ends, and the SACP starts.
The SACP is the puppet master that behind the scenes is pulling the strings that nobody sees. They are playing a very strong infinite strategy that was crafted and taught to them by the Soviet Union many years before Apartheid was dismantled.
To dismiss the SACP is to ignore the real enemy of Democracy. The ANC that came into power in 1994 is a very different party today as the SACP has slowly taken over. When we understand who is driving the ship much of what the ANC does starts to make a lot more sense.
To have such a large complex group of organisations there needs to be some common ground and values that allow them to work together, regardless of their differences.
All members of the Alliance, official and unofficial are Socialist. The glue that holds the entire system together is a common unified belief in Socialism as their joint path to extreme wealth and power.
As the group's power and influence grow, everybody in the group benefits. With different factions in the group jostling and manoeuvring to get a slice of the power and money for themselves. Many refer to this as the patronage system, where if you are loyal to the group, you benefit, if you speak out or oppose the group you are kicked out viscously attacked.
We can draw similarities in the structure and function of organised crime groups, similar to the traditional Mafia of Europe or Triad of South East Asia.
Socialism is their shared belief system, money and power their shared goal.
The Path to Power
To understand the SACP, we need to understand the "Road to South African Freedom", that the SACP adopted and published in 1962. If the "Freedom Charter" is the glossy brochure, the "Road to South African Freedom" would be the manifesto and handbook.
The exact origins and authors of the "Road to South African Freedom" is not well known. It is believed the ideas come from the Soviet Union and were taught to and guided the SACP, as the document mentions the Soviet Union several times.
In 1988, Joe Slovo wrote "The South African Working Class and the National Democratic Revolution", where he detailed how the SACP and the ANC will seek to slowly over time change South Africa into a Socialist country.
These ideas were further built on in 1989 when in preparation for the coming Democracy and change in times, the SACP revised and updated this handbook and called it "The Path to Power".
Nation Democratic Revolution
The Road to South African Freedom is divided into 6 sections, with the Nation Democratic Revolution (NDR) being the most influential of them all. The NDR is a plan that outlines the gradual transformation of a Democratic state to Socialism.
Don't let the use of words like "Democratic" in the name deceive you. The NDR is often dressed up and positioned as a plan to help the poor, but this is all smoke and mirrors propaganda, as it is all about Socialist taking control of a government and a country.
Over time the ideas of the NDR have been adapted to changing environments, but the end goals remain the same. The slow infiltration and breakdown of Democratic institutions and the transition to a fully Socialist state.
The NDR is not hidden away like some sort of dirty secrete. It is spoken about openly, and if you listen for it, it is frequently mentioned in interviews by ANC, SACP and EFF members. To solidify its importance the ideas and strategies of the NDR are re-affirmed every 5 years at the ANC national conference.
The NDR has two distinct stages to its implementation. The first phase is about building a foundation that entails not rocking the boat too much so that business leaders get comfortable in a new South Africa lead by the ANC. At the same time Socialist look to infiltrate key institutions and leadership positions inside and outside of government.
The second phase is about acting on the goals of the NDR looking to attack capitalism and private property and start the process of converting South Africa to a Socialist state. Leveraging the positions of power and influence during the first phase.
It's generally believed that the first phase ended sometime between 2012 and 2013, with many believing the death of Nelson Mandela in December 2013 as the official end of phase 1, and January 2014 being the start of phase 2.
Some public statements of phase 2 of the NDR:
- 2012: ANC National conference announced that the second radical phase of the NDR was endorsed.
- 2014: SACP published "Going to the Root. A Radical Second Phase of the National Democratic Revolution".
- 2015: Jeremy Cronin, SACP NEC wrote "Why a second radical phase of the NDR is an imperative".
- 2017: SACP press release stating "NDR on brink of collapse".
- 2017: SACP Provincial Congress, "It is not a question of now waiting for a second phase of the NDR. Many important elements of it are already present".
- 2020: 108th anniversary of the ANC calls for "Time to move to 'second radical phase' of NDR".
The only years there is less noise about the NDR seem to coincide with years around election time.
All calls for the radical second phase of the NDR should be seen as decelerations of war against Democracy and the rule of law.
The ANC and government is a large organism, and so it can be difficult to see the NDR at work and the dismantling of our Democracy.
It is happening slowly every year, a little bit at a time. So it's vital that Patriots can recognise the NDR at work when they see it and can point it out to others.
Divide & Conquer
The biggest threat to any government is the people turning on them, to vote them out or pressure them to do things they do not want to do.
The ANC needs South Africans fighting each other to stay in power. So if we are a happy rainbow nation for any length of time, the ANC will create situations or inflate small insignificant incidents to distract and keep the people of South Africa divided.
Keeping people divided is a deliberate strategy, that leads to the opposite of nation-building, and shared goals. These strategies have many names with Orchestrated Chaos or Manufactured Rage being two common tactical forms.
Fake Twitter accounts, paid for protesters, disrupting parliament, these are all everyday events and tactics that are used to keep the people of South Africa angry at each other, divided as an opposition and a nation. These distractions make it easier for a socialist agenda to be rolled out.
Deliberate Poor Performance
When the ANC came into power many believed they would fast track and focus on the poor black majority, to redress and correct the past, but to many South Africans frustrations, this has not happened.
A lot of people would point fingers at the ANC blaming incompetence suggesting that the people in charge of an organisation or ministry are not fit to hold office. When this happens the ANC are winning, and we are playing into their game plan. These distractions shift the narrative away from what is really happing, and people focus their anger and disapproval on a single person. Suggesting if we changed the person we would change the situations and result.
There are several key areas of government where doing a bad job helps the Socialist agenda and the NDR, and to do a good job would make executing the NDR more difficult. Poor performance is a deliberate strategy in areas like land reform, job creation and policing.
Having a strong large black middle-class is a liability to the ANC that is more likely to switch votes down the road. A large loyal poor black population reliant on social grants are easy to control and manipulate. As the poor black majority move out of poverty and stop using social grants, the ANC loses its leverage over its largest voting base.
It is very common around election time to hear about the ANC telling voters living in poverty, that if the opposition had to come into power they would cut their social grants. Using Socialist fear tactics against the most desperate and vulnerable in our country.
When we see poor performance and possible incompetence we need to ask ourselves who benefits from this poor performance and why could it be deliberate.
If you are going to have a tactic for deliberate poor performance, you also going to need a way of protecting your people from criticism and prosecution, enter cadre deployment.
In business, if you hire a family member or give contracts to a family member it's called nepotism. Cadre deployment is the nepotism version of politics, where a person gets appointed to a possession purely because they are loyal to the party and the NDR.
In return, a cadre appointed person will do whatever the party wants, and knows they are protected. If any negative news around a person starts to get too much, the ANC would just shuffle cadre's around into different posts and deployments.
If state capture is when private people or companies take over the government, then Cadre Capture would be when a political party takes over the government and democratic institutions. In most cases, the two work hand in hand as cadre's are often facilitators and beneficiaries of state capture. They are two sides to the same problem.
Government is one of the biggest spenders money in any country, and so the ANC knows they need to have some form of leverage over private business, with a focus on big business. Something that could be disguised as fixing Apartheid and something they can use to turn up the pressure slowly over time and manipulate in their favour.
For the NDR to be fully realised, the ANC needs a way to slowly infect large parts of the private business space, without causing too much suspicion until it was too late. Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) is their cadre deployment strategy for private business, allowing thousands of ANC loyal Socialist to become part owners in existing businesses throughout South Africa.
BEE seemed to work as intended in the early years of our Democracy. BEE created a method for the poor black majority to enter the workplace and helping to grown and expand the black middle class. However, the effectiveness of BEE started to slow down in the early 2000s. In the last decade, BEE did not seem to make much difference, except as a vehicle for corruption.
Today BEE or by its revised name BBBEE is combined with government tenders and government spending, to act as a way of controlling and infecting businesses all over South Africa by ANC cadres. Even the companies that try and follow the rules and are even 100% black-owned struggle to compete for government contracts, as tenders are awarded to corrupt Socialists cadres. As a result, billions of government money is stolen in corrupt deals every year.
Big business that can compete for government tenders will see the funds and contracts used to control business agendas. Withholding payments and contract renewals are used as a way of controlling and manipulating corporate businesses.
Dismantle The Rule Of Law
The rule of law is the concept of fairness in a Democracy. This fairness means everyone is treated the same, in the eyes of the law, regardless of who they are. This fairness also involves limiting the abuse of power, by keeping different blocks of power separate, so no single person or group can act as judge, jury and executioner.
Many structures make up the rule of law in a country with the courts playing a central and key role. Other often overlooked vital role players in this field are the Human Rights Commission, National Prosecuting Authority, Public Protector and Financial Services Board.
The ANC is actively identifying role players and looking to infiltrate and take control of any institution that could block, threaten or oppose the Socialist takeover, with illegal activities and tactics often used to achieve these goals.
The term state capture has become the general way people today describe this process of infiltration and takeover of organisations meant to uphold the rule of law. Another way of describing this process would be a coup in slow-motion.
In a well-functioning Democracy, power is spread out as much as possible, to prevent abuse of power, in turn leading to the abuse of the people. Socialism is the complete opposite where everything is centralised as much as possible, where power and authority are over time centralised in a smaller and smaller group of people.
We can see this play out in many areas of South Africa. Sometimes it's an obvious power grab and centralisation of control. Sometimes less obvious through tactics are used, like law and regulations making regulators or government gatekeepers of vital elements of the economy. Sometimes it is far more devious and less obvious.
Here we look to highlight only a small few of the less obvious and more devious examples.
Municipalities under administration
Coinciding with the second phase of the NDR, there has been a steady rise in municipalities around South Africa identified as being miss managed and collapsing. Once these municipalities reach this point the national government will declare the municipality dysfunctional. Placing it under administration and dispatching a team to take over the running of the municipality. This centralises the control of local government entities under national government control removing power from the people that were voted for.
This strategy leverage's several other strategies such as "Deliberate Poor Performance", "Cadre Control", "Dismantle The Rule Of Law" and "BEE Infection". The outcome is that billions of Rand's can be stolen, and the people in charge never face any consequences. The national government can take over and centralise control.
The result is a breakdown of key elements of a Democracy removing the separation of the local and national government, and centralising control and modifying a Democracy in many small ways into a Socialist state.
Centralized School Admissions & Application System
In 2019 19.5% of all government spending was on education. This makes South Africa one of the largest spenders on education in the world. When average reading and mathematics scores are compared to other countries, we see South Africa ranks extremely poorly. If you look at the dropout rates and the number of students to successfully complete school, the numbers become embarrassing, With only a fraction of children that start school finishing.
High spending with terrible outcomes, resulted in South Africa labelled as having one of the worst education systems in the world. With countries like Zambia, Ghana, Cameroon and Senegal all spending less and achieving better outcomes.
According to the department of educations own statistics, 85.5% of public schools have no science laboratories, 76.7% has no library and 71.9% has no Internet.
To address the situation the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) over the last decade in accordance with the NDR has slowly taken control and centralised more and more of the system. Taking power and autonomy away from school administrators and parents. Culminating in the department centralising school admission. Forcing all parents to use their online application system and the department will then decide what students go to what schools.
Instead of building new schools and improving existing schools, the ANC is cramming more students into fewer schools. Several justifications were given, from racism, transformation and Apartheid. On closer inspection, none of these justifications stands up to any scrutiny. Disgracefully, the average black child's reading and literacy scores were found to be better under Apartheid, and the education of black children is worse today than ever before.
A combination of tactics is at play here. Deliberate poor performance combined with corruption diverting funds. Cadre deployment protection of corrupt and poor performing government appointments. Culminating in the centralisation of power, removing rights from schools to control their intake. Removing the rights of parents and children to choose where they go to school. The net result is the right to education undermined and slowly deliberately destroyed.
The ANC wants to keep the people of South Africa stupid and uneducated. Their failure to perform is then used as a reason and excuse to centralise control and power and reward corruption.
Slow & Stead Expropriation
Once you have your cadre's in place, and you have leverage over a large portion of the poor and vulnerable voting population, as well as big business, you can then start to execute your bigger plans related to the NDR.
Without public and private sector cadre deployment, any form of Socialist changes would lead to a strong push-back and resistance by the opposition. With influential Democratic institutions in the pocket of the ANC and by extension the SACP, doing their bidding, they can slowly roll out new laws that are Socialist, and attack private property ownership in small bit sized pieces.
Bills have started to flow out of the government in the last decade, around the start of the second phase of the NDR, all with a Socialist angle that undermines our democratic rights.
All these laws have a common theme to them, to increase government control of different sectors of the economy, and reduce rights around private property and choice. NHI is an example of expropriation through legislation of the private health system. Each law one after the next attacking a different sector of the economy. Mining, telecommunication, education, pharmaceuticals and firearm ownership, are all under constant attack by new laws and regulations, limiting citizens rights, and controlling private property.
Attack Opposition Power
Any large groups of people that oppose Socialist ideas, and have the education and resources to oppose the ANC, are seen as enemies that need to be undermined, and if possible destroyed.
During Apartheid Inkatha was violently attacked, and oppressed to avoid power struggles with another strong black opposition. Today the focus is opposition political parties and any groups of people or businesses with wealth, power and influence.
Opposition parties are set up in traps. Undercover Socialists would infiltrate the opposition party structures, start to leak information, promote working with ANC controlled parties like the EFF, promote racial divisions and Socialist ideas.
From the outside, opposition parties are consistently set up in manufactured embarrassing ways, with social and mainstream media playing a significant role.
Race-based propaganda is used as a weapon to drive hate and division among South African communities of different race groups. The phrase "White Monopoly Capital" and the company Bell Pottinger, was hired to use social media to promote this hate speech is just one well-known example.
The EFF uses intimidation tactics with threats of violence, to bully the opposition into silence, fearing attack from a force that is seemingly protected by the government, but not seen as connected to the government.
Promotion and aiding violence against white-owned business, with a strong focus on farmers to drive them to leave the country. The less liberal Democratic thinking people in the country, the easier it is for the ANC to push forward with their plans.
EWC & The Socialist Victory
Premature attempts to eliminate all private property, including small enterprises, often narrows the social base of the revolution and can do incalculable harm to the quest for socialism.
-- SACP Path to Power (1989)
We the people and citizens of a country is the private sector of the economy. Private property rights give the people power to improve their lives and the lives of their children. Any attack on private property rights is an attack on citizens rights and their power in a Democracy.
The single biggest threat to our Democracy today is "Expropriation Without Compensation" (EWC). Many of its supporters are not Socialist and don't fully understand what they are supporting and are buying into the sales pitch of redress, and propaganda that there is no other option.
Today the single biggest barrier to the SACP rolling out Socialism to the entire country is private property ownership and the fact that our constitution protects private property rights. All the calls in the media by the EFF and unions to nationalise something is just noise that can be ignored. Nationalisation cannot happen without first removing private property rights from our constitution.
All forms of Socialism and Communism is fundamentally against private property ownership, as full control of a country by a single party or group cannot be fully realised while private property rights exist.
EWC is the ANC and SACP's finish line and victory dance. With EWC in place in any form, they have won and can fully take control of anything. From the nationalisation of banks and the Reserve Bank to mining companies and minerals to patents and copyrighted work. Even peoples private pensions and healthcare. Anything and everything will be on the table to take over and control.
With EWC in place, opposition or any sort of speaking out will become a problem, as fear of government expropriating their enemies property will keep any opposition voices from speaking out. In the end, what many don't realise is that private property rights are the single most important right we have. Without it, we lose the right to be ourselves and the ability to live our own lives.
From freedom of speech to the right to life, they are all held together and underpinned by private property rights. In this way, private property rights are the master right that no other right can function or exist without. There can not be any economic freedom or Democratic freedom without private property ownership.
Before Democracy, Royalty and tribal leaders owned and controlled everything and the people were slaves to their masters. Today Socialism is the political equivalent and form of government slavery and it all starts and ends with ownership and private property rights.
Presidents Road To Socialist
Our Democracy to date has had 6 ANC presidents. They have all played different roles in our countries Democracy and the Socialist agenda, with 4 elected into office and 2 the consequences of a forced resignation.
Nelson Mandela was very charming and loved by many. He seemed to defend the rule of law, refusing the sign some laws that would undermine it and focused on national unity.
Thabo Mbeki did not change much and just looked the other way as cadre deployments started to infect and take over everything. Mbeki acted as a facilitator and began the start of the rot that later lead to state capture and widespread corruption.
Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri was acting president for less than a day between Mbeki resignation and the swearing-in of Motlanthe.
Kgalema Motlanthe was president for less than 8 months following the resignation of Mbeki, leading up to the next national elections.
Jacob Zuma was a real detour for the SACP as Zuma's greed and power-hungry nature was a breakaway movement. Zuma went against the SACP and the NDR, using the corrupt infection of cadre deployments and BEE for self-enrichment only. We can see how this caused turmoil for the ANC and SACP. Leading to the radical and vocal youth breaking away to form the EFF, who today are strong vocal supporters of the NDR, and doing the SACP's bidding, just outside the ANC.
Cyril Ramaphosa is the Socialist correction and righting of the ship after the Zuma detour. A charismatic and easily liked man, that is positioned and portrayed as a strong businessman. Ramaphosa is 100% Socialist and a strong vocal supporter of the NDR. Many find it surprising to think of Cyril as a Socialist, but before becoming a businessman and joining the ANC leadership, he was a union leader in support of ideas like nationalisation.
Unfortunately, the Zuma years lowered peoples expectations so much, that it makes Cyril seem like a saint. People should not be fooled by the charisma of Cyril.
Ramaphosa was hand-picked by the ANC and SACP to lead the CODESA negotiations in 1991, at the end of Apartheid and was picked again to bring home the Socialist victory. Cyril Ramaphosa has done more in his few short years to advance the NDR and Socialism than anyone else before him.
Stealing South Africa
Many dismiss the SACP and focus on its public arm the ANC. What many don't see or realise is that all Socialists are careful and patient planners and they are methodically executing these plans.
The SACP through the ANC, EFF and trade unions are slowly and steadily taking control of South Africa and converting our country to a Socialist state, lead by one party as a Totalitarian government.
Many people and institutions would offer advice to the government. They look to address problems from the point of view of what is best for the country. Then would be frustrated when the government does the complete opposite.
When dealing with Socialist, negotiations and public participation is always a front and form of manipulation. They will always do what is best for them and their Socialist plans, not the people of South Africa and unless confronted with strong opposition and push back will steam role any proceedings in the advancement of their agenda.
Communists are generally infinite players that look to disrupt Democracies and wage war on private property ownership and constitutional rights until they can take it all for themselves. Some would call it the theft of a nation**. Socialists call it expropriation and nationalisation.
All Patriots need to learn to stand together and not let our differences fragment our opposition against the rising tide of Socialism. We should not be fooled by the propaganda and misinformation, that our Socialist government uses to control the narrative and steal our countries future.
What are you going to do about it at the next elections?