Zuma Master Class in Military Strategy

The following makes very interesting reading, read, understand and pass it on South Africans need to wake up. This is a good description of what is happening right in front of our eyes…

Zuma’s master class in military strategy via MyNews24

People don’t realise this but Zuma is a master military strategist who has been responsible for intelligence in Umkhonto we Sizwe for a long time. He has essentially used basic military strategy to firstly be elected as President and secondly to wage and win the war in Parliament in spite of a robust constitution and judiciary.

Jacob Zumu umkhonto we sizwe

ZUMA HAS DEPLOYED 3 MILITARY AND ATTACK STRATEGIES

  1. Propaganda (using populism) – eg get groundswell support of uneducated mass to give a voter base
  2. Diversion (using deception) – eg Nenegate was to test market sentiment and institutional response / acknowledgment to pay Nkandla
  3. Scorched Earth (looting, breaking down state machinery, state capture) – eg policy to support looting, placing own people in power and using treasury for own gain

In this latest action, Zuma has implemented phase 1 of his scorched earth tactic.

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‘Senzeni Na?’ – Treasury staff sing as Pravin Gordhan arrive for final meeting

What have we done?”– Treasury staff burst into song as Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy arrived for their final meeting after the Cabinet reshuffle.

“Senzeni Na?” (also spelled Senzenina, English: What Have We Done?) is a South African anti‐apartheid folk song. The Xhosa/Zulu language song is commonly sung at funerals, demonstrations and in churches. Activist Duma Ndlovu compared the influence of “Senzeni Na?” to that of the American protest song, “We Shall Overcome.”

The song has been around at least since the 1950s, and it reached the height of its popularity during the 1980s. The origins of the song are unclear. Zimbabwean poet Albert Nyathi claims to have written “Senzeni Na?” on the day that activist Chris Hani died. However, Nyathi’s “Senzeni Na?” uses a different melody and altered lyrics. Either way, Hani was assassinated on April 10, 1993, by which time the song had already been sung for decades.

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