Peoples War Continued
Politics is war without bloodshed, while war is politics with bloodshed.
-- Mao Zedong
South Africa is widely considered to be a very violent country. Looking back at our history, a uniformed person could say that it has always been this way, but this would be an unfair assessment and oversimplification.
The ANC has been very good at masking how its rise to power is bathed in blood, and horrific violence, and how the ANC is responsible for more black deaths than anyone else.
To understand the violence in our country today, we first need to understand the history and origins of the violence in our country's past.
For a long time, many townships and rural areas were relatively safe places to live, poor, but safe. This is not true anymore, and the ANC is responsible.
The culture of violence in our country was planned and created deliberately by the ANC. Only by reviewing our history of political violence can we understand and address it to changing our future.
Shaped By Massacre
Thinking about massacres is unpleasant. However, to understand South Africa, we also need to understand how our history was shaped by the mass killing of people.
There have been many significant massacres, and they all changed the course of our history in some way.
- uMkhonto we Sizwe the ANC military wing was formed by Nelson Mandela after the Sharpeville massacre.
- AZAPO was formed after the Soweto Uprising and the banning of many of the Black Consciousness Movement organisations connected to the protest.
- Bisho & Boipatong massacre changed the course of the negotiations leading up to the 1994 elections.
- Shell House massacre lead to the IFP registering as a political party in the 1994 elections, something until this point they intended to boycott.
1970s Impotent ANC
In the 1970s, the ANC and SACP were not the dominant force in black South African politics. They were struggling to get any support and many other political groups had far more influence in black communities.
The Soviet Union alliance partner was beginning to worry if they backed the wrong horse with Black Consciousness Movement(BCM) organisations commanding the majority of support in the townships.
16 June 1976, Students from numerous Soweto schools began to protest in the streets of Soweto. The protest was planned by the Soweto Students Representative Council's (SSRC) with the support of the Black Consciousness Movement.
The police had attempted to block the movements of the protesters and disperse the crowds through force. Events very quickly escalated and over 3 days an estimated 176 people were killed, and over 4000 injured.
These 3 days in Soweto were probably the single most significant in the liberation movement. The Soweto Uprising changed everything, most significantly the ANC's fortunes.
The result was a lot of anger, especially in the black youth. This anger found a willing home in the ANC, that looked to direct that anger in ways that the BCM avoided.
The result was a large exodus of young black men and women leaving South Africa for uMkhonto we Sizwe(MK) training camps. The ANC military wing and training camp's only existed because of the Sharpeville massacre. Now we're filled with people because of the Soweto massacre.
Lessons From Vietnam
To keep alive the perspective of Peoples revolutionary violence as the ultimate weapon for the seizure of power.
-- ANC Green Book, 1979
In 1978, the ANCs support had grown dramatically with an influx of fresh youthful angry blood, joining the ANC cause. However, the ANC had a problem. They needed a plan and way of directing their newfound support and energy.
The Soviet Union suggested learning from Vietnam and how they defeated the United States, a superior military force. In October of 1978, a team lead by Oliver Tambo visited and studied Vietnam.
They reported back to the ANCs NEC revolutionary council, in Luanda Angola. Based on this report, the NEC decided to form the Politico-Military Strategy Commission to evaluate the current shortcomings in the revolution and make a recommendation of how to proceed.
The commission was headed by Oliver Tamba and included Thabo Mbeki, Joe Slovo, Moses Mabhida, Joe Gqabi and Joe Modise.
June 1979 the Politico-Military Strategy Commission delivered a report to the NEC known as the Green book, that concisely outlines a bold strategy. Based on these recommendations, the NEC decided to change tactics and embarked on a protracted Peoples War.
The ANC annually releases a statement on the 8th of January. In its 1985 annual statement, the ANC announced its People's War based on four pillars. ANC underground activity, united mass action, MK attacks, and an international campaign to isolate the apartheid regime.
What Is A Peoples War?
First developed by the Chinese communist revolutionary leader Mao Zedong. A Peoples War is a long term armed revolutionary strategy and terror campaign.
What many don't understand is how complicated a Peoples War is. Many only see reckless and uncontrolled violence. The reality is that it is most often all very carefully throughout and orchestrated.
There are two sides to a Peoples War. A political struggle and programs of violence, and the two work hand in hand to achieve the goals of the revolution. With the joint primary goal being the expansion of power and control.
In a People's War, everybody young and old are seen as combatants and part of the conflict. For this reason, the war moves to where the people live.
Violence and fear in a Peoples War play a central role in controlling people, and with it any opposition to your ideas and goals destroyed.
Training Camps Of Violence
In a People's War, you need to be willing to do some unspeakable violent acts, but you also need the political struggle to be kept separate from the program of violence. The ANC could not have any ANC political leaders directly associated with the violence. The violence needed to be seen as coming from the people and as the will of the people.
To drive their terror campaign, the ANC needed soldiers that were willing to perform the required violent acts. This is where our young black youth that left South Africa after the Soweto Uprising become so important.
The ANC took this influx of supporters and put them into training camps all around Africa. There were camps in countries like Tanzania, Zambia, Congo and Angola, with some of the most well-known ones found in Dar es Salaam, Morogoro and Lusaka.
In these camps, the ANC ran what is called rehabilitation programs. This is a nice way of saying, there was daily torture and violence used to radicalise and make violent these young supporters.
Of all these camps, one name was highlighted as the worst of them all. Most know it as Camp Quatro, found east of Luanda Angola, but it also went by the name of "The Morris Seabelo Rehabilitation Centre" or Camp 32. Many people died, and the name's of the leaders of these camps have always been kept secrete.
Recent modern-day examples, of camps of this same nature, can be found in Syria run by Islamic extremist known as ISIS, used to radicalise youth.
ANC Brings Violence To The Townships
Based on the recommendations of the Green Book, the ANC decided to avoid a bush war, and move the war into the townships. In doing so, any black opposition was seen as targets for their terror campaign. So the brutal public beating, burning and killing of any outspoken Black Consciousness Movement leaders and supporters started.
In a Peoples War, violence needed to happen publicly. When a person was targeted, it would happen most often in the middle of the day. With most of the people that live in that area watching and encouraged to participate, by throwing rocks, kicking and swinging a panga machete.
This public violence served many purposes. It made the townships ungovernable, drove fear and propaganda and silenced opposition fearing being targeted.
Slowly over time, the people from the training camps passed on their radical training onto the people of the townships in a form of social apprenticeships. Teaching more and more people to solve problems through violent means.
Once you teach a child to solve problems using violence, it becomes the first thing they reach for when frustrated or not getting their way. Before the ANC, most of South African's townships were not violent and crime invested places. The ANC brought violence to the people of South Africa.
Inkatha Becomes The Enemy
In 1979 Inkatha was estimated to be 3 times bigger than the ANC. Herein lies a problem, as the founder and leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi was openly opposed to this new strategy of using violence.
Over time the ANC ramped up its destruction of black opposition power. In 1984 the ANC leadership decided to change gears and in doing so declared Inkatha an enemy of the ANC, and a new favourite target for its terror.
For many, this was the official start of the ANC's Peoples War and the amount of violence that took place leading up to this point would be dwarfed by what came after.
Ensure Power Through Killing
In the 6 years between 1984 - 1990, it is estimated that roughly 5000 people died in the ANC's People's War.
The National Party always feared ending Apartheid could open the door to Socialism through the hands of the Soviet Union. Then everything changed with the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the collapse of the Soviet Union. The path to Democracy was open.
In the end, it was not the ANC that ended Apartheid, but the German people. The fall of the Berlin wall and the collapse of Socialism in Europe is probably the most significant event on the road to ending Apartheid.
Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, in 1990 the National Party government unbanned the ANC and started a process of negotiations to a unified South Africa, and end of Apartheid. The ANC saw this as a sign that they could soon seize power and full control of South Africa.
To ensure this the ANC needed there to be no other strong Black opposition the people could vote for. So the ANC ramped up the intensity and violence of their People's War, by opening their Camps and having thousands of radicalised and violent supporters entered South Africa in a flood.
In the 4 years between 1990 - 1994, an estimated 15000 people were violently killed at the hands of the ANC in their People's War, and most of them were black.
Violent Reconstruction Of Our Townships
At the time Apartheid ended, the vast majority of people in South Africa lived in townships, and many of these informal settlements were made up of shacks.
Informal settlements are densely populated and most often very poor. When people live that close together it crease a vibe or atmosphere all of its own that you will never find in the wealthier suburbs.
People don't just live near each other, they live together, and survival becomes a community culture. Each township creates its own unique vibe and atmosphere based on the mix of people, languages and cultures.
A township might be a poor place to grow up, but that does not mean it could not be a happy and safe place to grow up.
In waging its program of violence, the ANC turned many townships into a warzone in an effort to make them ungovernable by the National Party government, and to eliminate as much black opposition to the ANC's rule and seizer of power.
The vast majority of the violence that took place during Apartheid took place in the townships, in the people's homes, and was public for all to see and encouraged to participate.
If a young child had to watch a necklacing, and see another person burn to death, along with a large group of people they lived with chanting. This would change a child's view of the world and how they should deal with conflict. The culture of our townships was changed forever, as the children that lived through the violence became adults.
Trauma & Consequences
The uncontrolled return of radically violent and tortured souls during the CODESA negotiations, that flooded into our townships would come with significant and unmeasurable consequences.
These young individuals, that only wanted to fight for the freedom of their country. Had been taken in by the ANC, and subjected to the most extreme and violent conditions.
Some of the first-hand accounts that have surfaced since, mostly during the TRC hearings are some of the most gruesome stories you can imagine. Only really matched by what we know happened in Nazi and the Soviet Union concentration camps.
These camps are something the ANC likes to keep quiet and downplays. Making out like the leadership of the ANC did not know about it. With the consequences of this, the victims of these camps have never really been publicly recognised, never received any real help and were never treated for the psychological trauma of their experience.
When a person is subjected to torture and extreme violence, it changes a person. We have little knowledge of who these people are. They just returned to join society. We will never really know the full consequences of these events.
Today South Africa is often quoted as one of the most dangerous places to live, especially for women and children.
The gender-based violence in South Africa is off the charts. With rape being an everyday way of life for some of our young girls. They grow up being abused by a family member, and then later abused by a boyfriend or husband. They live their entire lives in an environment where their bodies are seen as some other person source of entertainment and property.
In South Africa, we hear of even grandmothers and babies being raped. It is so common it hardly even make the news anymore.
We hear horrific stories of how young women are killed in brutal ways and then left in the bush for somebody to find, sometimes even left on display hanging from trees. We need to ask ourselves where do we think an individual learnt or got the idea to do such unspeakable things and why is this our normal.
People are not born violent they are made violent. We are seeing the consequences and fallout of the ANC program of violence playing out in our country every day. South Africa was not like this before the ANC started its People's war in the 1980s.
In recent years there has been a fair amount of news around farmers being attacked and killed. Where one to three black individuals walk onto a farm and then proceeding to torture and kill the family living on that farm.
The ANC has a long history with farm killings. As early as 1985 the ANC started targeting and calling for the attack and killing of white farmers as part of their People's War.
Today this issue has become a bit of a political issue. With the government often downplaying and avoiding the issue, or even denying it is even happening. Our race-based past would also often raise its ugly head, and people would make it a race issue.
We today have the large parts of South Africa crying out for something to be done, not feeling heard and largely ignored by the government.
The question we have to ask ourselves, where are these people living? Where do we think the person is living that would torture and kill an entire family? The same place a person that would brutally rape, kill and hang on display the body of black women is living in our townships.
The fact that this has become a race issue is very saddening. We are all being stabbed by the same knife here, and our race is being used to divide us. White farmers should care about black township violence just as much as black families should care about white farm murders because it is two sides of the same problem.
While researching our history, Patriot Democracy has pieced together several themes and patterns during Apartheid, and we are seeing these same themes and patterns very worryingly again in Democratic South Africa.
The following is a theory that Patriot Democracy has about current events based on our history.
Being a theory means that we don't have any direct evidence. It is through the piecing together of patterns combined with what we know to be facts about our history, that the following theory is formed from.
Peoples War & NDR Radical Second Phase
Patriot Democracy believes that there is strong evidence that the ANC never really stopped their People's War and that it has continued today as a covert and undercover Peoples War. The strongest evidence of this related to farm murders and political assassination.
The ANC seizing control of the government after Apartheid was only the first phase, but we believe it not to be the end goal. The ANC primary end goal is the expansion of power and control where the government controls everything. With the ANC as the government, the ultimate form of this control is a Socialist government where the people have no power or say in their own lives.
History has also shown us that once a political organisation starts using violence to achieve what they want, it is often very difficult for them to stop killing. Socialist organisations, in particular, have a very dark and bloody history.
Different Kind Of Violence
There are a few things about the farm murders in South Africa that point to something different going on here, more than just regular crime.
When we look at the makeup of the farm attacks, there is strong evidence that this is different from other violent offences in South Africa as they do not follow normal criminal patterns.
- Not about theft: There is often very little take from the farms, sometimes nothing at all is missing.
- Extreme Torture: The violence and torture are extreme, not like anything we see elsewhere in South Africa.
- Groups of people: These farm attacks are most often done in groups of 2-4 people.
- Not isolated: We are seeing extreme torture of farmers across the entire country.
- Motivations: There are no obvious motivations other than violence.
- Racial: Large majority of these killings are of white farmers.
- Same as Apartheid: Methods and tactics used are identical to those taught to MK operatives during Apartheid.
- Unknown Suspects: The people involved never have any direct connection to the farms or farmworkers they kill.
It is extremely rare for people to commit torture in groups, where a group of people would together spend several hours torturing and killing people in the most brutal way possible, and for no other reason than to hurt another person.
When it is a single individual, we describe this person as being psychologically damaged. If done regularly, a person would be labelled a serial killer and psychopath.
These acts of extreme torture are happening across the country, and are not isolated to one area or province. It is more common in some areas than others, but it is happening everywhere.
ANC Radical NDR Policies
Between Jacob Zuma becoming president in 2009 and Nelson Mandel's death in 2013 the ANC started talking about a radical second phase.
We know that the ANC has a policy document called the National Democratic Revolution(NDR), and is regularly referenced and quoted when talking about the radical second phase of the struggle.
Many believed that the ANC formally switched to the second phase of the NDR, calling for radical change around 2011 - 2012.
The Peoples War Continues
Socialist have a history of targeting farmers, as they are seen as a threat being landowners and often resisting revolutionary control. The ANC also knows it cant attack opposition directly, the way it did during Apartheid.
Patriot Democracy believes that the ANC sees farmers as a threat to their power and rule. To overcome this threat, they have continued their program of violence in the form of an undercover Peoples War targeting farmers as a form of land reform through violence.
The radical second phase of the NDR is a call to action and affirmation of the People's War, where the same people that were used to bring violence to the townships are used to bring torture and violence to farmers. Looking to drive them off their land slowly without needing to perform any real land reform and to control more power, and undermine any opposition and threats to their rule and power.
We believe the ANC sees this as a far more effective strategy than the mass land invasions in Zimbabwe, which would have dramatic negative consequences for the economy, and the ANC's wealth and power.
This strategy plays hand in hand with the ANC's deliberate sabotage of formal land reform programs. The one is the political struggle and the other the program of violence the same as the People's War we know so well from Apartheid.
The two strategies work together to a common goal but are kept separate. This allows the politicians to take control, while the violence is used to destroy and weaken opposition but still keeping the politician's hands seemingly clean.
Shutting Down The Commando System
Socialist are often very calculating and deliberate about how they go about killing people, and often the first step is to disarm the enemy.
For a long time in South Africa, there was a volunteer-based rural safety system part of the South African Army (SADF) called the Commando System. The role of the Commandos was to support the South African Police Service in safeguarding rural communities.
The Commandos are very similar to the Police Reservist system, a volunteer-based organisation formed under the South African Police Service.
On 14 February 2003, President Mbeki announced the disbanding of the commando system. Then over the following six years between 2003 and 2008, the Commando System was dismantled and disband. Setting the stage for the radical second phase and program of violence.
Propaganda & Statistics
If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.
The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie.
It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.
-- Joseph Goebbels (Minister of Propaganda of Nazi Germany)
Before the end of Nelson Mandela presidency, he ordered an investigation into rural safety, seen as an extension of the TRC process that was underway at the time. The investigation completed after his retirement and was delivered to South Africa's second democratic president, Thabo Mbeki.
The findings of this investigation indicated that statistically, a white farmer was several times more likely to be murdered than any other group in South Africa. White farmers constituting 66% of all rural murders, but only making up less than 5% of the rural population.
The recommendation of the investigation was for the expansion of the Commando system. Mbeki's response to these findings was the disbanding of the Commando system, a reduction in rural police stations and stopping the recording of the race of rural crime victims. As this would undermine the ANC's undercover Peoples War.
With the statistics of rural crime victims not being policed or recorded anymore, miss information around the topic became easier. Since then Mbeki, Zuma and Ramaphosa have each been quoted denying farm murders even exist.
This narrative is strongly reinforced by unofficial alliance members of the EFF, running to the aid of the cause creating sideshows and distractions for the media to consume when there is any major news or events on the topic. Even going so far as to deny a white person had been murdered at a court case for a white farm murder.
All alliance members, including outsourced members in the form of state-funded NGOs like the ISS, will work hard to suppress any information around farm murders. Creating an alternative narrative through news articles and radio interviews.
NDR & Respect For Mandela
President Nelson Mandela was in jail for most of Apartheid. So he was not present when Oliver Tambo, Jacob Zuma and Thabo Mbeki were in exile and convened the meetings the ANC decided to change tactics and embark on a program of violence.
Patriot Democracy believes there is strong evidence that Nelson Mandela was opposed to some of the violent choices, made by his colleagues in his absence. He strongly believed in the idea of reconciliation.
During Mandela's presidency, there was an attempt to try to address problems with rural safety and suggested that it would be a priority. Mandela also called for investigating crimes committed in exile in the ANC run camps, but this idea was strongly opposed by the same leaders that were in exile at the time.
We believe that out of respect for Nelson Mandela, the second phase of the NDR and People's War was not fully started until his health started being a problem in 2011 and his death in 2013.
The formation of the EFF we believe to be a crucial kick-off point and the start of the NDR's second phase and intensifying of the undercover Peoples War, all around the time of Mandela's death.
From 2011 around the time the ANC and SACP started talking about the radical second phase of the NDR, we start to see a steady rise every year of violent farm attacks.
As the number of murders increased so has the violence and torture escalated. Since 2011 each year has been higher than the previous. This steady rise resulted in the number of violent farm attacks doubling from 2011 to 2017.
Government Down Playing
Propaganda and misinformation have always been powerful tools for the ANC and we believe there is strong evidence that the information and reporting around rural violence and farm murders are being used to downplay and control the situation.
We need to ask ourselves why there are so many reports of the official police reports and statements being so contradictory and inaccurate when compared to first-hand accounts.
An example of this would be where a survivor of a farm attack was in a critical condition suffering from 3rd-degree burns. However, the official statement from the police would be that the victim suffered only minor burns and is recovering well and is expected to be discharged shortly.
The most extreme form of this propaganda and misinformation is the complete denial that sometimes takes place by our president and ministers, denying that any farmers are even being killed at all.
The fact that this downplaying and misinformation is taking place across the country makes it seem deliberately coordinated and controlled, rather than a few incompetent and lazy police officers.
We should ask ourselves, who does it benefit by downplaying and misinforming the public in these ways?
Not About Land
When there are investigations into a farm murder with land and assets monitored to see what happens after a farm murder takes place. We find that farms will often sit for years empty with no interest from anybody.
It has become clear over time that rural violence and farm murders and threat against farmers have nothing to do with land or land reform.
Farmers are landowners and are a strongly supportive and resourceful group of people that universally are liberal thinking people and oppose Socialist ideas.
The entire farming value chain, including the associations and businesses involved, are seen as an enemy to Socialist that needs to be attacked, undermined and controlled.
The land debate is not a core issue to the ANC or about helping previously disadvantaged people, rather a tool and weapon. The ANC can't attack some groups directly the way they can attack opposition parties, so they look to attack and scare away the core element in this group being the farmers.
Farmers selling their farms and emigrating or being murdered are both seen as a victory for the ANC in their People's War.
Advice For Farmers
Treating farm murders as a simple crime issue is a mistake and plays into the ANC's hands and propaganda machine. We believe farm attacks are a form of political assassination and scare tactics, in the same way as violence was used in the townships during Apartheid. We believe it to be very similar to a political assassination of an outspoken black opposition councillor in his rural family home, killing everyone including the small children.
We strongly encourage everyone, not just farmers, to educate themselves on the ANC Peoples War. We believe the single best and easiest to access resource for this to be the documentary Tainted Heroes.
We also suggest avoiding seeing it as a race issue, as difficult as that may seem. The ANC can't directly attack black farmers the same as white farmers without political consequences or threat to the Peoples War. However, they don't support black farmer ownership either and are happy to indirectly scare away black farmers, the same as white farms.
We all in this together and targets of the Socialists and their war against private property ownership, human rights and increasing their power and control.
There is a lot that farmers and rural communities can do to change their situation, and increase their overall safety, but it requires reviewing your situation with different eyes and working together as a group.
Review the way you travel, the times of day or night you travel, and the safety of the homestead compared to the rest of the property, even if you do not live directly on your farm.
Working as a community is vital where farmers and rural communities work together to secure the area and help each other as a group. This review processes should include farm works the same as farm owners.
Be careful who you trust outside of the farming community and value chain, and always try to see the bigger picture. People hows livelihoods are not directly connected to the farming value chain should be viewed differently.
When reviewing your situation and security, we encourage farmers to not rely on any government or police assistance for their safety. The only people you can rely on is each other.
Phases Of War
When you piece together all the evidence a picture forms of 3 distinct partly overlapping phases that the ANC has been working through since deciding to adopt a Peoples War strategy.
- Apartheid: The violent liberation struggle to fight and end Apartheid as the only strong black group of power 1979-1994.
- Infiltration: The slow infiltration of all institutions and business of power and Democracy, including the media and courts 1994-present.
- Takeover: The radical push for complete takeover and seizer of power 2011-present.
The different tactics used are often difficult to see because they are always seen in isolation. Only by seeing them all together does a clearer picture form.
These tactics are used and leveraged across government, business, unions, civil society and social media.
- Bad faith negotiating: Public-private partnerships, working committees and requests for public commentary prove meaningless and are only used to have social buy-in, to tick boxes and to be perceived to be doing things.
- Enemy Elimination: Any opposition that can not be infiltrated and taken over is eliminated and shut down (Scorpions, Special investigating units, ...).
- Political sabotage: Land reform and housing are examples of government policy that is purposefully sabotaged and undermined to create a crisis. What the public see as incompetence is actually a deliberate tactic.
- Centralisation: To control centres of power, the public and private sector central points of control, authority and decision making, procurement and punitive damages are set up.
- Media control: Through BEE and government funding, all major sources of media are slowly infiltrated, and editorial control exercised.
- Legislative expropriation: Mineral rights, land ownership, health care & schooling are all under attack. The government wants everybody to become tenants and customers of the state.
- Control the poor: During Apartheid the support of the poor was controlled through violence, today unemployment, social grants and handouts are used to keep the poor, poor and controlled.
- Education: Deliberate undermining and eroding of the public education system to keep the majority of the population uneducated and not able to access information that would negatively affect political control.
- Limiting of rights: Freedom of speech, right to own firearms and any rights that go against the ANCs goals needs to be undermined or attacked.
- Licence control: Liqueur licences, firearms licences, mining rights are all leveraged to maintain control over businesses and peoples activities. If you don't comply you will not see your licences renewed.
- Racial Marketing: Drive constant racial tension through social and mainstream media to prevent the people from uniting and working together to undermine ANC control.
- Criminality: Effective policing would reduce options and underhanded activities of the Socialist cadres. All areas of government around policing and prosecution of criminals are sabotaged and undermined.
All these tactics are part of the Peoples War used to leverage different pressure points in society.
There are two examples of tactics we would like to bring special attention to.
Termination of bilateral investment treaties (BITs)
Between 2012 and 2013, the ANC government quietly cancelled bilateral investment treaties commonly known as BITs with the UK and 12 EU countries because these agreements provide for and enforced human rights that go against Socialist goals.
Since then we have seen our economy slowly grind to a halt as our biggest trading partners look elsewhere for investment and trade. The unemployment that resulted from this is then leveraged to create a poor state-dependent population and drive racial tension and inequality.
The economy performing poorly is not an accident or something that happened because of global events and has nothing to do with Apartheid. It is has been orchestrated and purposefully leveraged.
Expropriation Review Committee
For 24 years the ANC land reform process was deliberately sabotaged, with small budgets and only one court and one judge dedicated to the process. This is combined with the refusal to hand over title deeds when involving municipal land.
Much of the land that has been taken over during these proceedings have been seized by the state and leased to the poor with the state owning the land because land reform under the ANC is actually a lie.
In 2018 the ANC government created the Joint Constitutional Review Committee (JCRC) to investigate amending the constitution to accelerating land reform.
The committee heard and reviewed thousands of submission. The outcome of these proceeding was a report that advised that the constitution is not an obstacle to land reform but rather the poor implementation of the current laws being the problem.
The ANC then ignores the report and announces it is going ahead with a constitutional amendment. Telling the people they need to do this to give the poor land and dignity, but it's all a lie and is about stealing private property, greed and a Socialist takeover.
Through expropriation, the ANC will be able to control everyone and own anything. They want your land, they want your pensions, they want it all for themselves. Instead of state capture, we talking about country capture.
One Country, All Connected
The ANC People's War during Apartheid had devastating consequences on our country. Through the brutal killing of black political opposition, the ANC ensured its rise to power and transformed a politically diverse and cooperative liberation movement, into a violent and confrontational one-horse race.
We hope we are wrong about the ANC continuing its People's War after taking power. Unfortunately, the evidence is growing more compelling every year showing that our government is killing South Africans, and the ANC uses our cultural differences, race and our past to keep us divided and weak.
Every black South African should be concerned about farm attacks the same way that farmers should be concerned about township violence. They are two sides of the same coin and if a government can disrespect the rights, oppress and kill one group of people one day, it can easily turn to do the same to another, tomorrow and nobody is safe.
We are all connected living in one country, and we should be able to say with pride South Africa is our home, but until we can say we all safe from ANC created and controlled violence our homes become our prisons and our neighbours our enemies.
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