Audio: Boers, Jews & Freemasons: From Rhodesia: My first bad lesson about South Africa


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This is what young Afrikaans guys in the Army, Air Force and Navy told me when I first came to South Africa in 1981 and I joined the Navy. This was my first introduction which showed me that something was not right in this country.

I was too young to fully appreciate the importance of what they told me. As a believer in a meritocracy, I did not like what I heard. But I tried to live my life ignoring this fact. However, almost 40 years later … I now realise it was the truth … the real truth.

One thought on “Audio: Boers, Jews & Freemasons: From Rhodesia: My first bad lesson about South Africa

  • 8th August 2019 at 3:02 pm

    SA is in what I like to call the advanced stages of ‘predatory capitalism’. There are very few independent shops or family owned type operations left. All town and city centers, if they don’t look like a war zone or a kaffir township are all practically lined with the same few businesses as each other. All shopping malls are practically carbon copies of each other. The same 4 or 5 fast food shops, the same 3 or 4 clothing retailers, the same 2 or 3 chemist / health type shops, the same few banks etc. The middle class independent Mother and Father or family run small and medium businesses have been either forced to close due to competition or been swallowed up and converted into more outlets of the same franchises that are present everywhere. As a result, all of those middle class and smaller enterprises that were converted to franchises are now subject to the Affirmative Action and Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment laws which exclude Whites, (BBBEE / AA) which means that those White business owners now need to conform to racial quotas by employing a number of free loading kaffirs which benefit from White hard work.


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