South Africa

South Africa, the southernmost country on the African continent, renowned for its varied topography, great natural beauty, and cultural diversity, all of which have made the country a favored destination for travelers since the legal ending of apartheid (Afrikaans: “apartness,” or racial separation) in 1994.

South Africa’s remoteness—it lies thousands of miles distant from major African cities such as Lagos and Cairo and more than 6,000 miles (10,000 km) away from most of Europe, North America, and eastern Asia, where its major trading partners are located—helped reinforce the official system of apartheid for a large part of the 20th century. With that system, the government, controlled by the minority white population, enforced segregation between government-defined races in housing, education, and virtually all spheres of life, creating in effect three nations: one of whites (consisting of peoples primarily of British and Dutch [Boer] ancestry, who struggled for generations to gain political supremacy, a struggle that reached its violent apex with the South African War of 1899–1902); one of blacks (consisting of such peoples as the San hunter-gatherers of the northwestern desert, the Zulu herders of the eastern plateaus, and the Khoekhoe farmers of the southern Cape regions); and one of “Coloureds” (mixed-race people) and ethnic Asians (Indians, Malays, Filipinos, and Chinese). The apartheid regime was disdained and even vehemently opposed by much of the world community, and by the mid-1980s South Africa found itself among the world’s pariah states, the subject of economic and cultural boycotts that affected almost every aspect of life. During this era the South African poet Mongane Wally Serote remarked,

Horrific Killings of Farmers, Victims Sexually Assaulted, Tortured and Strung up on Poles, Sparked Outrage in South Africa.

Horrific Killings of Farmers, Victims Sexually Assaulted, Tortured and Strung up on Poles, Sparked Outrage in South Africa.

In horrific ongoing killings (there were over 400 in 2017) that have been ignored by the mainstream media, special thanks to The Sun for the below report. (The Sun) Horrific killings of farmers, where victims were sexually assaulted, tortured and strung up on poles, have sparked outrage in South Africa. In one of the cases, a female farm manager was sexually assaulted and strangled by two ...
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Former Police Officer Turned Investigative Journalist Turns up Dead a Week after Exposing a Secret South African Government Pedophile Ring

Former Police Officer Turned Investigative Journalist Turns up Dead a Week after Exposing a Secret South African Government Pedophile Ring

South Africa was gripped by the mysterious death of former police officer Mark Minnie, just a week after he revealed horrific details about an alleged paedophile ring in the once-feared white-minority government that portrayed itself as being made up of devout Christian men. Minnie worked for the police’s narcotics bureau in Port Elizabeth in the 1980s. Minnie, 58, was found with a bullet to his head, ...
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The CIA-Owned Western Global Airlines N545JN Lands "Blood-Stained" in Zimbabwe with 67 tons in South African Rand on Board... and a Corpse!

The CIA-Owned Western Global Airlines N545JN Lands “Blood-Stained” in Zimbabwe with 67 tons in South African Rand on Board… and a Corpse!

It starts out like a Jason Bourne movie. There’s a plane. A body. And mountains of cash (67 tons of it) on pallets running the length of a cavernous wide-body cargo plane. The MD-11 wide-body cargo jet is enroute from Munich to Durban, South Africa carrying what will later be called a “diplomatic shipment” for the South African Reserve Bank. Initial reports state the plane made ...
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Marikana Massacre in South Africa

Marikana Massacre in South Africa

On 16 August 2012, South African police opened fire on a large crowd of men who had walked out on strike from a platinum mine at Marikana, about 80 miles north of Johannesburg. They shot down 112 of them, killing 34 blacks. In any country, this would have been a traumatic moment. For South Africa, it was a special kind of nightmare, since it revived images of the Sharpville massacre, with ...
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KONY 2012: State Propaganda for a New Generation. An Orchestrated Campaign to Justify US Military Intervention in Africa

KONY 2012: State Propaganda for a New Generation. An Orchestrated Campaign to Justify US Military Intervention in Africa

The overnight viral sensation KONY 2012 brought worldwide awareness to the African war criminal Joseph Kony. Beneath this commendable cause, lies however an elaborate agenda that is presented in the video in a very manipulative way. We’ll look at the agenda behind KONY 2012 and how it uses reverse psychology to not only justify a military operation in Africa, but to actually have people demand it ...
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The Second Congo War: A CIA Coup to Overthrow their own Puppet (Put in Place 1 Yr. previous) who Reneged on Secret Deals to the Cabal

The Second Congo War: A CIA Coup to Overthrow their own Puppet (Put in Place 1 Yr. previous) who Reneged on Secret Deals to the Cabal

Tutsi forces from Rwanda and Uganda, supported by the U.S.A., invaded Zaire, now Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), in August of 1998 in a coup d'etat to overthrow President Joseph Kabila whom they installed into power a year previous. One may recall that Mobutu Sese Seko (born Joseph-Desiré Mobutu) was put in power by the CIA in 1965. At independence he was a Sargent in the ...
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Slavery Abolition Act: Slavery Abolished in the British Empire

Slavery Abolition Act: Slavery Abolished in the British Empire

On 3 August 1835, somewhere in the City of London, two of Europe’s most famous bankers came to an agreement with the chancellor of the exchequer. Two years earlier, the British government had passed the Slavery Abolition Act, which outlawed slavery in most parts of the empire. Now it was taking out one of the largest loans in history, to finance the slave compensation package required ...
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