The Changing of the Guard (Part 4)

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As of 1981, the government had designated four of the ten black homelands as “sovereign” states: Bophuthatswana, Ciskei, Transkei, and Venda. All members of the ethnic groups associated with these homelands automatically lost their South African citizenship; the government’s stated intent to grant independence to the remaining six homelands meant that the vast majority of South Africa’s blacks would eventually lose their South African citizenship. In an effort to conciliate nonwhites and international opinion, the government scrapped many aspects of apartheid in the mid-1980s, including the “pass laws” and the laws barring interracial sexual relations and marriage. A new constitution established legislative houses for Coloureds and Indians in 1984, although only 31% and 20% of the respective eligible voters went to the polls.

These measures failed to meet black aspirations, however, and as political violence mounted, in July 1985, the government imposed a state of emergency in 36 magisterial districts, embracing nearly all of the urban black population, which lasted over seven months.

In 1989, President P.W. Botha resigned as head of the NP after a “mild stroke” in January. He was replaced by F. W. de Klerk who, on 15 August, was also named acting state president. After the general election, held 6 September, de Klerk was elected to a five-year term as president.

De Klerk launched a series of reforms in September 1989 that led speedily to the release of ANC leader Nelson Mandela and others on 10 February 1990. The ANC and other resistance militants, including the Communist Party, were legalized. Mandela had been in prison 27 years and had become a revered symbol of resistance to apartheid.

At that point, the ANC began to organize within South Africa. Government began “talks about talks” with the ANC and in August 1990, the ANC suspended its armed struggle. Most leaders of the ANC returned from exile. Still, fighting continued, largely between ANC activists and supporters of the Zulu-dominated Inkatha Freedom Party, strongest in Natal province. More than 6,000 people were killed in political violence in 1990 and 1991, many victims of fighting provoked by a “third force” of operatives employed by hardliners within the Defense Force and the police.

In 1991, de Klerk introduced and parliament passed measures to repeal laws that had institutionalized apartheid policies—the Land Act (1913 and 1936), the Group Areas Act (1950), and the Population Registration Act (1950). A number of repressive security acts were repealed as well.

In July, the ANC convened its first full conference in South Africa in 30 years. They elected Mandela president and Cyril Ramaphosa the secretary general. The ailing Oliver Tambo moved from president to a new post, National Chairman.

Meanwhile, negotiations continued over constitutional changes and plans for nonracial elections and the transition to majority rule. Numerous parties engaged in a Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA) starting in December 1991

From the moment of the unbanning of the ANC, the whole organization was enveloped by the Anglo complex. Between February 1990, and the elections of April 1994, Anglo poured the sum of  R364 million ($180 million) into the coffers of the ANC.

At the same time, Tiny Rowland of the British multinational Lonrho was also funding the ANC. Lonrho is within the Rothschild orbit, and is a business partner of Anglo, with extensive interests in South Africa, covering gold, coal and platinum. The ANC was given $20 illion by Lonrho to move their offices from Lusaka, Zambia to Johannesburg to consolidate their internal support. The idea was to set up a political machinery in South Africa, and that costs a lot of money.

When ANC leader, Oliver Tambo, had a heart attack on August 12, 1989, a Lonrho jet whisked him to London for the best treatment that Rothchild money could buy. Two years later, Lonrho purchased a mansion in the Sandhurst section of Sandton for the new ANC Secretary General, Cyril Ramaphosa. This was Harry O’s golden boy. More on him later.

In February 1993, government and the ANC reached agreement on plans for a transition to democracy.  The broad guidelines were agreed upon by the government, the ANC, and other parties in late December 1993.  Inkatha, led by Buthelezi, and the right wing Conservative Party refused to participate. The Conservative Party and Inkatha boycotted the talks on multiparty government. But just a few days before the scheduled elections, Inkatha agreed to participate. The elections proceeded relatively peacefully and with great enthusiasm. They were pronounced “free and fair” by international observers and the independent Electoral Commission.

While South Africa slides to a Rothschild version of majority rule, London has raised the battle cries of “good governance”, and “multiparty democracy” for Africa. These innocuous phrases mask the agenda of the New World Order, which outlaws economic development for Third World countries. Regimes which do not meet the Anglo-American elite’s definition of “good governance” are likely to find themselves destabilized or overthrown. Many nations, suffering under odious debt, are forced to implement IMF economic programs that cause more harm than benefit to those countries. The idea is to create turmoil, (for whatever cause or pretext) and in this, economic development cannot take place.

The more such measures are implemented, the further the continent will descend into ungovernable chaos. Such conditions will lead to calls for advanced sector “trusteeships” over African countries. In that case, the British flag might once again fly over territory privately administered by such Rothschild emissaries as Tiny Rowland, the Oppenheimers, and others.

Democracy -the true meaning:

What does democracy mean? Many will give the answer that it’s a process in politics meaning “for the people, by the people”. Here is the true answer. Bankers like to speak with two tongues. Democracy is a term brought into life by the financiers more than a century ago. ‘Democracy” –according to their lingo- means a country where the interest-system is legalized. South Africa has a legalized interest system, from a century before 1994. In the eyes of the bankers, South Africa was a democracy, even during the rule of the Afrikaners.

Prior to 1970, the only South Africans eligible for bank loans, house bonds and the like was the white minority. After 1971, the net was widened to include the Indian business community. It is a well-accepted fact that a parasite cannot for long feed on the same host. It needs to find ever-larger hosts to feed it habit –greed-and by the late 1980s and early 1990s, the facility of credit and was very slowly, at first, extended to select black, urban professionals. Once it was found that they adopted this concept like how a duck takes to water, these loans were extended to ever larger segments of the black population. This was one of the many underlying causes and factors that led to a majority government in 1994.

The reasoning went like this: For many decades, the interest-parasite could feed on a host of about 2 million (whites); by 1970-1, a select group of Indian business and professional class were added to this host-base.. Two decades later, the base was increased by almost 20 million blacks. Where is 2 million as compared to 22 million? The host-base had increased by a 1000%! The possibilities for the bankers were mind-boggling. And this is precisely what happened. By the mid to late 1990s, even the kitchen maids have opened installment-credit accounts at retail chains. Today, in 2016, the financial parasite has a host base of around 30 million people, or should we call them modern-day financial slaves.

Yes, South Africa cast off the visible shackles of apartheid, and proclaimed “freedom”, and “liberty” and  “equality”. True, but do remember that although the visible signs of oppression have ended, we are now tied down by the invisible forces of financial slavery. The oppression of the individual and society is greater under a financial dictatorship than any other. Along with the ever-spreading cancer of financial slavery, along with a decline in morality, South Africa is fast heading for moral and financial bankruptcy.

Another key point to add here is the “40 –year curse”. When God told the Prophet Moses to take his people and conquer Palestine for their new home, they refused. As a result, God made them wander in the desert for 40 years. The current rulers of international Jewry and Zionism – the Rothschild family- felt that if they could survive the “40-year curse” , dating from the founding of the state of Israel(1948), then they are invincible. And so it came to pass. The year 1988 came, and  Israel was not destroyed. So, starting in late 1988, the political equation around the world changed. First, communism came to an end in Russia; the computer world went from analog to digital mode; in the world of finance, a new type of transaction came about, called derivatives; and a political change occurred in South Africa.

 1994 Elections-The Hoax Of the Decade:

Very few people are aware that the results of the first multi-racial elections, to elect a new head of state were predetermined. For the sake of preserving the fiction that it’s a democracy, and that the “people chose”, a huge fortune was squandered on the 1994 elections.

The results left the ANC as the major vote getter with 62.5%. The NP gained 20.4%; the Inkatha Freedom Party, 10.5%; the Freedom Front, 2.2%; the Democratic Party, 1.7%; and the Pan-Africanist Congress, 1.2%. ANC, thus, was awarded 252 of the 400 seats in parliament. It was the governing party in all but two of the nine regions. The IFP carried KwaZulu/Natal and the NP held the Western Cape. Mandela became president and the ANC’s Thabo Mbeki and the NP’s de Klerk, deputy presidents. Even Buthelezi was persuaded to take a ministerial post in the cabinet.

LONDON’s Role in the Elections:

As South Africa was considered to be within the British orbit, we find that certain British companies played an extraodinary role in making sure that all went smoothly. For instance, one of the main offices of the ANC in Johannesburg was at the Shell house building. In addition, the offices of the IEC, or the Independent Electoral Commission were located in various Shell, and other British corporate owned office buildings throughout South Africa.  The ANC’s bankers were the First National Bank (an Anglo Company); the ANC campaign headquarters was at the Carlton Hotel (owned by Anglo); the key election staff was mainly seconded from all the various Oppenheimer/Anglo companies —- and on and on it goes.

The entire world saw the inauguration on TV, and the lunch that followed. But nobody was aware that a very discrete supper for the key VIP’s was held at Brenthurst (the Oppenheimer house) that evening. Harry Oppenheimer was host to 400 VIP’s.  The guest of honor was Nelson Mandela, the new President. The Oppenheimer complex, at that time in 1994, controlled some 55% of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). Nowhere else in the world does any one entity control such a high share of a country’s stock market- neither the Rothschilds in London or Paris, or the Agnelli family in Italy nor the Rocxkefeller family in the US. Oppenheimer’s power does not flow from bribery, coercion or threats. It is a reality in South Africa that he is in charge. Many simply call him the “king”.

It is no wonder that Mandela briefs Oppenheimer upon returning from international trips, sought his approval for cabinet positions, and so on. A lot of people have gone broke betting against Oppenheimer, and Mandela does not want to be one of them. Oppenheimer is South Africa.

These, then, are the men who rule rulers, who manipulate countries, peoples, and the world’s economy for their private enrichment. Today, the New South Africa is a part and parcel of the New World Order which, in turn, is part of the Rockefeller/Rothschild dynasties. The backstage of politics truly has a variety of players and ideas.

On the occasion of Mandela’s first official visit to the USA, in 1993, his host was David Rockefeller, who put Mandela up at the family estate – Pocantico. Mandela moved around the US, courtesy of the Rockefeller Empire

Likewise, we know that the Oppenheimer complex is but an arm of the even more powerful Rothschild Dynasty. The two most important countries within the Rothschild orbit are Britain and France. So it is not at all surprising to find that the first foreign leader to visit South Africa after the elections was Britain’s John Major, followed by France’s Mitterand. Action follows logic. We also find that the state visit by Mandela to Britain brought about the best red carpet treatment that the British had given any head of state for many years, if not decades. After all, Nelson Mandela was “their man”.

The Rothschild family had succeeded in bringing about an end to white rule, and replaced it with black rule. This black-ruled government was far easier to control, than the Afrikaner government. By 1994, they had achieved control of South Africa, like never before. They now had total economic, financial AND political control of the country. God now protect South Africa. We shall continue the saga of South Africa in further editions.