Credo Mutwa on Barack Obama, a poem

Barack Obama Deception Fall of the Republic
Zulu shaman, or sanusi, Credo Mutwa, has written a poem to express his thoughts on what he sees as the true nature of Barack Obama and the agenda for Africa and the world that he represents. This poem was sent to me by email and I published it to great criticism.  Today, Wednesday, 25 February 2009, I spoke to him personally on the telephone. He corrected one word, originally written as “deceive” and now changed to “receive.” According to him Barack means blessed one. And he also stated this poem is incomplete. I maintain that it is valid to have published this poem on this blog to raise a discussion.

According to Credo Mutwa in his visions people are plotting to kill Obama. These rumours are not unfounded because they have been reported widely in other sources.

Here is the poem…

An actor walks upon the floodlit stage of lifewearing a mask of an angel beneath a demon’s gown.

Pretence smiles upon the crowded hall of life holding out hope as bright as it is false.

Son of a woman in whose veins flows the blood of ancient Ireland and dark Africa’s plains.

You are Obama, nick-named the standing king You are Barack, oh, son born to receive

The suffering hoards of Africa look up to you, See a black saviour where nought but a Judas strides.

An entrapper of nations, bringer of dismal war Behind the robes and the nylon wings of hope

Oh, may those who look upon you, see you as you are. May those who hope in you behold you as you be

A prince deceitful to bring down Africa’s shrines

A siren who leads Africa’s ships onto rocks of obliteration.

Your rule my lord will not be one of peace

Your reign my king will not be one of smiles

Even as we speak in caves both dark and dank Enraged fanatics plot your dark demise

They will put around your head a bloodwet martyr’s crown.

Oh black Kennedy following the one before May God forgive thee and thy fiery spouse

As you walk in silence from the stage of life Barack Obama, blessed son, Oh standing king.

Vusamazulu Mutwa

Black Lion is… Agu Bu Oji in Igbo, Simba nyeusi in Swahili, the name of a hospital in Addis Adaba the capital of Ethiopia.

source: The BN Village

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Boss tells trainee sangoma: drop your culture or get out

by Alfred Moselakgomo

TOUGH CHOICE: Letjatji Mothoa’s employers say he must not wear traditional cloth. PHOTO:SIPHO MASOMBUKA

A student sangoma who wears a traditional cloth to work as part of his training has been forced to choose between his calling and his job by his employers. Now Letjatji Mothoa of Kameelrivier near Vaalbank, Mpumalanga, has approached the equality court alleging unfair treatment.

Mothoa told Sowetan that his bosses told him he would have to take off his traditional sangoma trainee garb or face the axe. He is a driver for Capacity, which is contracted to Tshwane municipality to collect rubbish in the city.

“Everybody at work knows that I am a student sangoma and doesn’t have a problem with me wearing motjeka (traditional cloth).

“I was surprised when our site manager, Connie Smith, called me to the office and told me that municipal officials were not comfortable with me coming to work wearing it,” he said. Mothoa said he tried in vain to convince his employers that he was abiding by the requirements of his calling to wear the cloth.

“They told me that I should either take it off or stay at home despite assuring them that my wearing this cloth would not in any way affect my efficiency at work,” Mothoa said. He has been working at the firm since 2007 but was forced to go for training as a sangoma in October last year after a series of “spiritual upheavals”.

Attempts to get comment from Smith drew a blank. Johannes Maepa, an administrator at the Pretoria equality court, confirmed yesterday that they had received a complaint from Mothoa.

source: Sowetan newspaper

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