Zuma Master Class in Military Strategy

President Jacob Zuma

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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ANC bash: Zuma performs symbolic sacrifice

President Jacob Zuma holds the spear used to kill the cow in a cleansing and thanksgiving ceremony at Waaihoek Church in Bloemfontein. (Alexander Joe, AFP)Bloemfontein – President Jacob Zuma enacted a symbolic sacrifice of a bull outside the Waaihoek Wesleyan Church in Bloemfontein on Saturday morning as part of a cleansing ceremony for the ANC centenary celebrations.

Zuma was given the spear by ANC stalwart Andrew Mlangeni, and then performed the symbolic ritual in a makeshift kraal near the church.

The stabbing was left to the “young” who could perform it practically, he said.

“Some of the important remarks I made before the ritual was [about] the importance of the spear. The spear was one of the powerful weapons we used in the wars of resistance,” Zuma said.

“This is very symbolic because of the struggle. The apartheid government responded with violence, with burning people and arresting people and finally banning organisations especially the ANC and PAC.”

‘Spear of the Nation’

Zuma then recounted how former ANC leader Albert Luthuli along with the NEC at the time created the ANC’s own military wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the nation) in order to defend itself.

“Luthuli said that as an African man, if you are faced with a powerful enemy… you retreat to [your] own home, where there is a spear, which is your last weapon. And once he follows you to your home, you are left with no alternative but to pick up your spear and stab him.

“It has been very symbolic that today, we handed back the spear. Today, the spear is not to go out and fight, but it is to keep peace and protect the nation,” he said.

Zuma said the ritual was also a way of speaking to the ancestors, as well as God in a “traditional” way. He said it was also symbolic for the ritual to take place at the church were the ANC was founded in 1912.

“We had to perform these certain rituals before we get into the serious business of celebrations,” he said.

Attending the ceremony were Traditional Affairs Minister Richard Baloyi, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe, ANC chief whip Mathole Motsheka, ANC chairperson Baleka Mbete, American civil rights activist Jesse Jackson, as well traditional leaders.

‘Great victory’

Jackson said: “We must recognise that the ANC and the people of South Africa have won a great victory. They have overcome the great oppression of apartheid, though it must be said that economic and agricultural apartheid still exist.

“The USA and South Africa both ended apartheid together, and both now have African presidents.”

Mantashe said the ceremony allowed members and traditional leaders to enjoy the festivities as they wanted to.

“Traditionally the act of slaughtering has different meanings. All nations have a way [of] celebration through slaughter…it is all the same but in different circumstances.”

Traditional and religious leaders opened the cleansing ceremony outside the church on Friday evening.

The inter-faith service, which contained messages and blessings from representatives of the Christian, Muslim, Rastafarian and traditional African faiths was held at a marquee outside the church.

source: News24

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How to avoid the Census

We recently received this from the Johan Joubert Community:

This is an approach that you could try for the upcoming Census. We can’t comment on the legal ramifications of doing this and, as always, we suggest that you handle yourself with care, but it’s certainly very interesting!

How to Avoid the Census

Complete, print and sign this letter.

Give it to the Census worker when they arrive. Always be polite. They will probably threaten you if you don’t comply.
This approach is called “conditional acceptance.” You are agreeing in principle to do what you are told, but first you have a couple of questions that need to be answered. Of course they cannot answer these questions because to do so would be to reveal a betrayal of human rights.

If you wish, send this through to the Census authority first. Give them 7 days to reply and amend this letter accordingly depending on their response.

Dear Census Official,

My name is [first name in lowercase, eg. John] of the family [surname in lowercase, eg. Smith]. I am a living, breathing sentient human being.

My research has led me to conclude that when my birth was registered, a corporate entity was created. This corporate entity is referred to as [write your title and whole name in all uppercase, eg. MR JOHN RONAN SMITH] with account number [insert your ID number] and is distinct from me, the flesh and blood human being.

It is my understanding that my title, full name and ID Number represent a juristic person / corporation, and the record of this account is held at the South African Reserve bank using a master / slave computer software system.

I have also discovered that my birth certificate is evidence of a financial instrument with a very real commercial value. This commercial value predicted by the amount of money I would earn as I grew up. Thus, it provides collateral for the South African government to float loans at interest without my knowledge or direct consent.

If this holds true, then it stands to reason that a primary role of this Census is to re-evaluate my status as chattel property so that the South African Government can literally “sell” me and my fellow citizens to foreign bankers, as the governments of Iceland, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Ireland and others did to their own people.

My research indicates that the purpose of the first census in 1904 was to give names to indigenous people so that they could be granted rights by the existing government. However, in order to be granted rights, it makes logical sense that one would first have to be stripped of the natural rights that he or she was born with. After all, you cannot grant rights to someone who already has them by the mere fact that they are alive.

As I believe in full disclosure, I will therefore only take part in the Census if the following questions have been satisfactorily answered.

Do I have a juristic person? Is there an account in my name linked to my ID number held at the Reserve Bank, or any other government department? Is there a bond or security registered in my name with a corresponding CUSIP number? Does the South African government receive loans based the ability of its people (ie. me) to pay it back? If yes, then: How does the government calculate the value of its people? How does the government connect me to the money that they have borrowed on my behalf? Does this loan include interest? If it does, then where is the interest supposed to come from in order to pay back these loans? Are any of the loans granted to the South African government created “out of thin air” using a book-keeping entry, or are 100% of all loans made using real, lawful money? Is the data collected from the Census linked in any way to the granting of loans made by our government? Is the census a form of contract? If so, please provide me with the terms and conditions of this contract. Am I a flesh and blood human being born with natural human rights, or am I a slave with no rights whatsoever, except for those which are granted to me by the South African Government?

Please note that I am intelligent enough to know when my questions are being avoided. I will only accept real, valid and direct answers to my questions above.

Once I have received a suitable response, I will happily take part in your Census.

Yours Faithfully,

[first name in lowercase, eg. John] of the family [surname in lowercase, eg. Smith]

 

The Underground River, Lulungwa Mangakatsi

Something interesting posted by Lumukanda on the David Icke forums…

Mystery of the White Lions - Children of the Sun God by Linda TuckerI was reading through the book, the mystery of the white lions : Children of the Sun God, by Linda Tucker, when I found this interesting piece of info about the so called underground river of Africa, the Lulungwa Mangakatsi.

But first let me start where tucker starts in her chapter entitled, underground river of gold.

The region she studies is the Timbavati region in northern South Africa, the home of the white lions of timbavati. The name timbavati means both ‘river of the stars’ and ‘the river that never runs dry. This draws a parallel between the Egyptian ‘duat’, which meant ‘river in the sky’ and subterranean river’. whereas the nile flows all year round, the timbavati region is quite dry, the rivers seldom flow.

When she spoke to Credo Mutwa about the connection between the Egyptian belief that the Nile is to the earth what the milky way is to the skies, he said that the African belief is that the Milky Way is the ‘spinal fluid’ of the universe. He goes on to say that ‘a lot of water is carried between the stars, and is distributed across space this way’. Now Amarava, Mutwa’s spirit guide, the last of the first people, told him that water is not native to earth, and that it was brought to earth from sirius, make of that what you will.

Lulngwa mangakatsi is also called the underground river that holds Africa together. the nilotic meridian, which is 31 degrees 14 minutes longitude, starts at the nile delta, and one can follow the nile down and it’s source is also found on this line. follow the line further down and you will find great Zimbabwe, follow it down even further you find Timbavati and finally at the end of this line, the city of Durban in Zululand, originally given to the British by the notorious Zulu chief Shaka.

Now according to Mutwa, beneath rivers, the Nile in particular, are underground rivers, rivers of energy. I think it may be safe to assume that we are talking about ley lines. Credo gives her some advice, ” the next time you find a flowing river in the veld (bush), go at night, with leather soles to that river. the nearer you get to the river, the more you will feel this thing, this vibration.”

He goes on to say that fresh water rivers are living things, and they contain a memory. sanusis (the highest degree of african shamanism) are trained to see these memories, where these rivers intersect with underground rivers, they form great pipes of invisible power. When asked whether there was a ‘power line’, an underground river of energy linking timbavati with giza, his reply was simple. Yes. also remember that included in this line is great zimbabwe, another ancient african site. this line, like zima-mbje, has something to do with gold, something mutwa does not want to elaborate on.

He does speak about the ‘sacred blacksmiths’, whose knowledge of herbs and molten matter enables them to ‘recreate objects which god gave us many centuries ago’, which have to do with ‘the soul of the earth, butalso the universe beyond.’ This is obviously not only concerned with metals, but something of a more alchemical nature.

“Gold has been the cause of great civilizations, and of deadly wars on earth. by mining gold, human beings are enslaved to forces of which they are not even aware,” says mutwa. i find this a very interesting statement.

He goes on to say that gold’s natural existence in the bowels of the planet is essential to life on earth. specifically, i controls the flow and existence of fresh water. gold and copper (rather than gravity) supplies the energy that cause rivers to flow and be cleansed, since gold is not just a physical metal, but a spiritual metal with a profound metaphysical purpose. gold is an entity, just as we have minerals in us, so has our earth, “it is not here to be mined by humankind.”

Apparently all along the nilotic meridian gold is found, mainly alluvial, leading tucker to believe that there may be a vein of gold running form Giza to Durban, i don’t know if this is true, but the amount of gold mining in the Johannesburg, great Zimbabwe, Timbabvati region, all near or on the nilotic meridian, in both modern and ancient times does make this quite compelling. take also into account the fact that gold is a good conducter of energy, so is water, the nile may indeed be a very charged river indeed.

Anyway, food for thought, i thought it was interesting.

source: David Icke Forums

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Initiation against my religion: farmer

Initiation schools are against the religion of the Dutch Reformed Church and, according to this religion, it would be sinful behaviour and “in breach of the commandments of the Almighty God” to consent to such practices. These are some of the reasons stated by Bapsfontein farmer Jacob Visagie, for refusing permission to a family living on his farm to host an initiation school on his property.

The Ndala family, who have been living on the farm for some time, intend taking Visagie to the Randfontein Land Claims Court on Monday regarding his refusal to allow them to host the traditional ceremony on the farm. The family stated in court documents that the school was due to commence on May 20 and run until August 27. They said the four boys living on the farm were due to partake this year in the Ndebele tradition.

Although the initial ceremony will begin on another farm where the chief resides and where about 3 000 people were expected, the plan was that the Ndala family and the four boys would return to Visagie’s farm afterwards, where the ceremony could be completed within the close family circle. The Ndala family said this was for various reasons, including the need to ensure that the proceedings were conducted under safe and hygienic conditions. But farmer Visagie expressed his reservations about the safety and hygiene aspects of the ceremony, as well as the religious aspects of it. He refused permission to the family on the grounds that it was against his religion.

“We are Christians and members of the Dutch Reformed Church. The paying of homage to spirits of the dead is strongly against our religion, as is the marking of the body of a person for spiritual purposes.”

Visagie’s father-in-law, Johannes Jansen Van Vuuren, a dominie of his Church in Heilbron-South, said in a filed statement: “For Christians to allow an African school of initiation on their farm would be very difficult and would put a burden on their consciences, because the Bible explicitly forbids the practices which are done at such schools.”

In referring to some of these practices, namely the “worshipping of ancestor spirits and the practices of sangomas”, he quoted extensively from various Bible verses. In conclusion to his statement, he said: “In African initiation schools, the young people are taught to worship the spirits of their dead ancestors, and also how to make contact with them and make use of the services of sangomas. These youngsters are encouraged to follow a course to become a sangoma. The ancestor spirits are also utilised to make them strong for their lives to come.”

He said in light of this, Christians should not allow such practices on their property. Meanwhile, Visagie has voiced several other concerns regarding the school, such as potential risks to the health of the young boys concerned.

“We cannot consent to activities which may lead to deadly infections… or to activities which may lead to initiates losing their reproductive organs and the spreading of diseases like HIV and Aids.”

Visagie said no indication was given that the four young men in question would be protected against mutilation, and added that he could not allow uncontrolled circumcisions on his farm. He said his only personal experience in the past with an initiation school was not a pleasant one – some of his workers had been attacked by participants, which in turn had disrupted his farming activities.

As part of his objection, Visagie included the terms of reference by the SA Human Rights Commission’s public hearings into initiation schools, where problems featuring during this ceremony were discussed.

Visagie said that while he respected the traditional rights of the Ndala family, he denied that those rights included that he had to host the school on his farm.

source: Sunday Independent

* This article was originally published on page 1 of The Pretoria News on May 14, 2009

 

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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South Africa…Witchcraft suppression – please speak up


To all South African Family and Friends of Africa! This posting is a little late but I’m publishing this information anyway to raise awareness on this issue…Ramon Thomas, webmaster

I do not usually send out petitions but in this case I am sure you will forgive the intrusion:

Mpumalanga are in the process of drafting a Witchcraft suppression bill which will make the practice or admission of witchcraft a criminal act in Mpumalanga !!- you might think it is not your province or not your problem! BUT if Mpumalanga do it, they open the doorway for other provinces to do the same! They also open the doors for innocent people to be incriminated and even killed by mass trial/mobs.

This affects ALL traditional Crafts and most Importantly the SANGOMA’S.

What you can do to help:

The deadline for objections is 13 July so please do not delay. We need all Pagans or persons practising Traditional Crafts (Sangomas) OR who identify themselves as ‘Witches’ (or even those who don’t) to lodge PERSONAL objections against the bill. No group petitions PLEASE. We want a large quantity of individual mail being submitted against the drafting of the bill!

This Bill is in direct contravention with the South African Constitution and Bill of Rights , which allow religious freedom to ALL!!

We need to get as many objections as possible so please take the time to send a mail and also pass this along to all Africans, Traditional healers, Pagans and Witch-friendly folk.

To make it easy for you – BELOW are address details and a template and email address for submission of your Objection (just add your personal details and tweak the wording if you like)

Witches are NOT what the story books claim them to be! Nor are they Christian Hating or evil people! DO the right thing!

SAVE YOUR TRADITIONAL HEALERS! SAVE YOUR ANCESTRAL RIGHTS! STAND UP AND DEFEND YOUR AFRICAN AND SPIRITUAL HERITAGE!

Warm Blessings
Jacqui

On Behalf of NDUMA (Sangoma and Traditional healer)
http://www.myspace.com/sangomaliz

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Send your mail to : bbongo@mpg.gov.za

Subject: Witchcraft Suppression Act – OBJECTION

E-mail content :

Office of the Premier
Mpumalanga Provincial Government

For attention: Advocates B. Thomas and H.M. Mbatha and L. Pretorius

With reference to: P.15/5/15 Comment as an Interested and Affected Party: Mpumalanga Witchcraft Suppression Bill 2007.

I, INSERT NAME HERE, hereby formally object to the proposed Witchcraft Suppression Bill on the following grounds:

1. Any bill that provides for the suppression of Witchcraft is in direct contravention with the South African Constitution and Bill of rights (which allow religious freedom to all)

2. The proposed bill will criminalise members of a recognised and established religious minority

3. It denies the members of this minority religious community freedom of religion and belief

4. The bill will create a threat to the dignity, and well being and safety of Witch/Wiccan religious communities throughout South Africa

5. The bill will misrepresent a Witches worldview and belief system and will create discrimination and division within communities

I respectfully request that this bill is not passed with the current wording – and that alternate solutions are found to deal with the issues at hand.

Regards

INSERT NAME
aka INSERT : Pagan / Traditional healer Name
TELEPHONE NUMBER:
ADDRESS (POSTAL IS FINE):

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