Face to Face with Thabo Mbeki

In 2014 Peter Bruce, editor in Chief of Financial Mail magazine and Business Day newspaper, in South Africa sat down with former president Thabo Mbeki. He completed a Masters degree in economics at Sussex University in 1966 and was the 2nd democratically elected president after Nelson Mandela.

Here’s some comments from Youtube users:

Trevor CaptainEvo Mathebula, “President Mbeki was and still is an economist. Listening to him was very insightful and held a lot of answers to some of the things that were happening at some point and are still happening on some level in this country, South Africa is still being Looted and not only by Government. If you listened carefully to what this man said at 51:51-End. He said some real shit in that piece and that’s what people should be talking about because its still happening today on a Massive scale because we never resolved that question the last time it came up. South Africa has been bled dry an its not just the government that was doing it. South Africa wasn’t just looted of its resources and money but also of its peoples dignity. And Everyone was in on it, its like when they realized looting was already happening and still continues and there’s nothing they can do about it so they all went about doing what they had too to get a step ahead cause the deal they got was so raw to start with, hence why youths are still having to fight for free education. But even when times are at their worst, their’s always a fat cat eating… Everywhere, every country has them. They all have their own swing or agenda and sometimes you never know who’s riding the wave, but when Zuma and his “cronies” do it, oh that’s the perfect distraction, the people eat it up, its all they can talk about, till everyone agrees Zuma must fall, funny enough lol but serious shit, shit like what Mbeki Just dropped. Everyday I see the whole nation distracted by this mirage that sometimes takes a very dramatic turn, even with real life fatalities as collateral while all the while there’s always something just a little deeper, but the masses just move right past it.”

Hans Franz, “The fact that someone like Zuma could become more popular than Mbeki actually tells alot about the “political-literacy” of the South African electorate. Not saying that Mbeki is perfect in any sense, but he seems so much more reasonable and knowledgeable than Zuma. Still, people preferred the rather simpleminded and populist style of Zuma. So they should not be surprised about the current state of the nation.

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David Icke nemises Terry Wogan dies

David Icke in many ways has become the best friend of Credo Mutwa. There lives have been intertwined since the groundbreaking Reptillian Agenda interview. 

This morning Sky News reported The death of Terry Wogan, the legendary British radio and TV presenter.

 

David Vaughan Icke (/a?k/; ike, born 29 April 1952) is an English writer, public speaker and former professional footballer. He promotes conspiracy theories about global politics and has written extensively about them.

The headlines attracted an invitation to appear on the BBC’s prime-time Terry Wogan show, Wogan, on 29 April 1991. When asked if he was claiming to be the son of God, he did not disagree, and amid laughter from the studio audience, he repeated that Britain would soon be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes. He also talked about politics and the environment:

When you survey the world today … when a child dies in this world of preventable disease every two seconds, when the economic system of this world must destroy the Earth simply for that system to survive; when you see all the wars, and when you see all the pain, and when you see all the suffering, is it a force of love and wisdom and tolerance that is in control of this planet?

The interview proved devastating for him. The BBC was criticized for allowing it to go ahead, Des Christy in The Guardian calling it a “media crucifixion.” Wogan interviewed Icke again in 2006, acknowledging that his comments during the first interview had been “a bit sharp.” Icke disappeared from public life for a time, unable to walk down the street without people mocking him. His children were followed to school by journalists and ridiculed by schoolmates, and his wife would open the back door to get the washing in only to find a camera crew filming her. He told Jon Ronson in 2001:

One of my very greatest fears as a child was being ridiculed in public. And there it was coming true. As a television presenter, I’d been respected. People come up to you in the street and shake your hand and talk to you in a respectful way. And suddenly, overnight, this was transformed into “Icke’s a nutter.” I couldn’t walk down any street in Britain without being laughed at. It was a nightmare. My children were devastated because their dad was a figure of ridicule.

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Confirmed: Obama’s Birth Certificate Not Authentic 2012

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said President Barack Obama’s birth certificate is not authentic. Arpaio revealed the findings of a investigation into the president’s birth certificate at a 1 hour and 20 minute news conference Thursday, calling the certificate “suspect.”

Arpaio’s team of investigators said they found that the long-form birth certificate was created electronically and never existed in paper form. The president’s Selective Service card was also questioned. Arpaio’s investigators claimed the document has “failed every test we put it through.”

At Thursday’s news conference, investigators said they will request a criminal investigation. They also said they have identified a person of interest in the forgery of the birth certificate. Arpaio said he is not accusing the president of the crime. He said they will investigate who is behind the “possible forgery and fraud.”

“I haven’t decided where to go with this yet,” Arpaio said. “I just wanted to get the facts of this situation. We haven’t accused anyone of anything.”

The controversy over the certificate has been widely debunked, but it remains alive in the eyes of some conservatives, namely members of the Tea Party who urged Arpaio to look into the matter. For the past six months, Arpaio’s “Cold Case Posse” has been investigating the authenticity of those documents to see if there’s been any fraud or forgery involved.

“We conducted a very professional investigation; we have come up with I feel some probable cause, some evidence,” Arpaio said Wednesday. Arpaio said the investigation was done at no cost to taxpayers.

“Just let me say the results may be interesting without using the word ‘shocked,'” Arpaio said prior to the conference. “I think it will reveal some information no one else has really developed in a professional law enforcement manner.”

The Cold Case Posse comprises volunteers who are former police officers and lawyers. Arpaio is facing problems of his own, including a federal grand jury probe over alleged abuse of power and Justice Department accusations of racial profiling.

Rather than seek cover, Arpaio is moving into the spotlight in a fashion that has helped boost his career as a nationally-known law officer.

MCSO: Obama Eligibility Cold Case Investigation (Full Press Conference)

 

Africa for Ron Paul 2012

Hope is coming for all of us, Africans, Americans, Asians, Arabs and Europeans.

Here’s a comment from this Youtube video which says it all, “The entire political system is NOT fine-tuned for minorities to cherish and gain power, instead we have been 2nd or rather 3rd class citizens, evidence shows even in Africa, example, in South Africa where the majority of people are black but they still have Affirmative Action so that blacks get a fair deal…Think about that, a country where the majority of the people are black still has to have affirmative action. My point is being, the political system is NOT made for us, time for a new one.”

 

World War 3 prediction

Credo Mutwa prediction on the start of World War 3, from “A Voice in the Wilderness” TV special originally aired on South Africa TV” – this was posted on the Project Avalon forum and I have no way to verify the date this was filmed. I do not see any signs of a World War except the usual fear warmongering from the USA interfering in other parts of the world. China will be a key player in the next 50 years and I sincerely hope this prediction does not come true. There is too many people in this planet who are praying for peace, meditating for peace. On my next visit to Kuruman I will confirm whether baba Credo still feels the same about this prediction for a possible World War. If you have any doubts about the power of peace and non-violence just think back to Gandhi, Martin Luther King or Mother Teresa.


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Before I Close My Eyes


Disclose.tvCREDO MUTWA BEFORE MY EYES CLOSE IN DEATH Video

This wonderful and inspiring short speech – a heartfelt and passionate appeal for Africa by the great Zulu shaman, author, historian and philosopher Credo Mutwa – was recorded while David Icke and I (Bill Ryan) were visiting him at his South African home in August 2010 to record his life’s story – and more.

Here’s the story of how this remarkable clip was captured. I had just that minute switched on the microphone, and had asked Credo to say a word or two as a routine audio test. I thought he might say “1-2-3”, or “Hello, hello”.

What he said instead was worthy of an appeal to the United Nations by one of the great statesmen of the world. It was quite unplanned, and I was fortunate to be able to record it all.

This moving speech is MUST WATCH essential viewing for anyone who knows Credo Mutwa’s life and work, and for anyone who cares about the fate of Africa.

Bill Ryan
PROJECT AVALON
August 2010

 

The torture of Credo Mutwa and the theft of the Necklace of Mysteries

David Icke and I (Bill Ryan) recently met with Credo Mutwa, the great Zulu shaman, healer, and keeper of African tradition. He told us a horror story. The short version of what happened is this. A few months ago, earlier in 2010, Credo was being pestered daily over the phone by someone who claimed he was from a group of young Zulus about his “betrayal of the Zulu nation” by talking so much to white people. Exasperated, he put the famous and priceless Necklace of the Mysteries on his shoulders and took a train to Swaziland to confront the people who were giving him such a hard time. When he arrived, he was set upon and tortured. They started pulling his fingernails out with pliers. The Necklace was taken from him, and he was put on a train back home. In the background, throughout all this, was a white man whom Credo did not recognize. If you know ANYTHING about the theft of this priceless, ancient artifact, of inestimable value to the history of Africa and the human race – but very likely now in the hands of white men who are only interested in money – please contact DavidIckeContact@aol.com in full confidence. Thank you. Bill Ryan 22 August 2010 http://credomutwa.com http://davidicke.com http://projectavalon.net

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Credo Mutwa message to the world

We all have the divine masculine ( I/Mind) and the Divine Feminine ( AM/Heart) in us all. To get thru the struggles that lie before us…we must all act like grandmothers. We are all one. Love one another, Unconditionally.

 

Terence Mckenna – Culture is your operating system

Terence McKenna (16 November 1946 – 3 April 2000) was a writer, philosopher, and ethnobotanist. He is noted for his many speculations on the use of psychedelic, plant-based hallucinogens, and subjects ranging from shamanism, the development of human consciousness, and novelty theory.

This is an important concept to understand because one perspective would be that Africa’s poverty or problems is simply a operating system we have chosen to run on mass. And if we can begin to change the operating system or rather upgrade to a newer version that supports a wider array of the modern challenges we are facing like globalisation and the erosion of freedom as we move from country-specific laws to international law.

If you like this video clip I also highly, highly recommend the Living Dialogues podcast interviews with Joseph Chilton Pearce about Culture.

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