In 1942, a Marxist-Leninist Joe Slovo of ethnic Lithuanian Jewish descent joined the South African Communist Party (SACP). Between 1946 and 1950 together with Nelson Mandela and Harry Schwarz he completed a law degree, graduating from Wits University.
In the 1950s Slovo became a commander of the ANC's military wing Umkhonto we Sizwe. Slovo was eventually imprisoned for six months in the South African 1960 State of Emergency; on release from prison in 1961 alongside Abongz Mbede he emerged as one of two leaders of MK (Umkhonto we Sizwe).
From 1963 to 1990 Slovo remained a political dissident, exiled from South Africa but somehow he and is communist comrades miraculously evaded MI6 to go onto coordinate, organize and network communist terrorist espionage activities against the government of South Africa whilst residing as a refugee within the United Kingdom.
Ronald 'Ronnie' Kasrils, (another Latvia and Lithuanian Jew) was a Soviet-trained terrorist (had undergone a years military training in 1964, Odessa, USSR). Kasrils helped Mandela found the Umkhonto we Sizwe; infamously known as the MK, the military wing of the Marxist African National Congress (ANC).
Transferred from Russia to London in 1965 Kasrils met Yusuf Dadoo, Joe Slovo, Reginald (Reggie) September and Percy John 'Jack' Hodgson; together for the next decade (66–76) they developed underground activities in South Africa from the United Kingdom.
During this time Kasrils trained various people including Raymond Suttner, Jeremy Cronin, Ahmed Timol, Alex Moumbaris, Tim Jenkins and Dave and Sue Rabkin with the aim of establishing underground propaganda units in South Africa. Ronnie Kasrils was eventually appointed Chief of MK Intelligence in 1983 having served the ANC in London, Luanda, Maputo, Swaziland, Botswana, Lusaka, and Harare.
Ahmed Timol's father was a close friend of Yusuf Dadoo who influenced Timol whilst on a trip to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. 1967 Timol arrived in London and was subsequently accommodated and directed by other 'South African Exiles' to teach at an immigration school in Slough.
In 1969 Timol was selected, together with future President of South Africa Thabo Mbeki, to study for a year at the International Lenin School (ILS) in Moscow. Mbeki was also trained in advanced guerrilla warfare at Skhodnya (a camp primarily training Middle Eastern terrorists).
Together Chris Hani at a meeting in Moscow, Mbeki and his accompanying comrade became two of the first black members of the predominately Jewish South African Communist Party. During this period, the ANC had developed a strong relationship with the Soviet Union. Chris Hani would later become Secretary-General of the South African Communist Party. Timol after completing his education returned to London for an additional month's terror training from Jack Hodgson.
Percy John 'Jack' Hodgson was a founder member of Umkhonto we Sizwe. Hodgson developed and tested bombs and timing devices with Nelson Mandela and used them in the Sabotage Campaign; he also trained MK cadres in construction of explosive devices.
Travelling across Africa under the alias of 'John Watson' he delivered these explosives to MK units. In 1963, he was forced into exile by 90-day detention provisions and in September 1963 was declared a prohibited immigrant and deported to London, UK.
Between 1964 and 1965 Hodgson left for Moscow to receive specialist training in secretive work, returning to London Hodgson set up a workshop producing false passports, letter bombs and fake suitcase bottoms used to smuggle covert material to South Africa.
In 1969 ANC President, Oliver Tambo, addressed a personal note of thanks to Hodgson stating: “All of us have to live up to the standard you have set, and I intend it should be so on all fronts, by all departments”.
During the time Oliver Tambo was 1969 Chair of the ANC Revolutionary Council (RC). The RC was created to concentrate on armed struggle through integrating a political and military strategy. Other RC members included Yusuf Dadoo (Vice-Chair), Joe Matthews (secretary), Joe Slovo, Thabo Mbeki and Reggie September
Terrorist acts of the ANC / MK
It is estimated that the MK High Command co-ordinated over 190 acts of sabotage between October 1961 and July 1963.
Nelson Mandela underwent weapons training by Mossad agents in Ethiopia in 1962 without the Israeli Secret Service knowing his true identity, according to an intriguing secret letter lodged in the Israeli state archives. The missive, revealed by the Israeli paper Haaretz two weeks after the death of the iconic South African leader, said Mandela had been instructed in the use of weapons and sabotage techniques and was encouraged to develop Zionist sympathies.
Mandela visited other African countries in 1962 to drum up support for the African National Congress's fight against the apartheid regime in South Africa. While in Ethiopia, he sought help from the Israeli embassy, using a pseudonym, according to the letter — classified top secret — which was sent to officials in Israel in October 1962. Haaretz quoted the letter as saying:
It added that the man had shown interest in the methods of the Haganah, a Jewish paramilitary organization that fought against the British rulers and the Arab population of Palestine in the 1930s and 40s, and other Israeli underground movements. It went on: “He greeted our men with 'Shalom', was familiar with the problems of Jewry and of Israel, and gave the impression of being an intellectual. The staff tried to make him into a Zionist. In conversations with him, he expressed socialist world views and at times created the impression that he leaned toward communism.
Look at this list of evil, committed by a black man who never renounced his violence, who still sang songs of violence whilst being revered as a peacemaker in the west.
- 1981 – 2 car bombs at Durban showrooms
- 1983 — Church Street Bomb (killed 19, wounded 217)
- 1984 — Durban car bomb (killed 5, wounded 27)
- 1985-1987 — At least 150 landmines on farm roads (killed 125)
- 1985 — Amanzimtoti shopping centre bomb (killed 5 people, including 3 children)
- 1986 — Newcastle Court bomb (wounded 24)
- 1987 — Johannesburg Court bomb (killed 3, wounded 10)
- 1988 — Johannesburg video arcade (killed 1, wounded 68)
- 1988 — Roodepoort bank bomb (killed 4, wounded 18)
- 1988 — Pretoria Police housing unit, 2 bombs (wounded 3)
- 1988 — Magistrates Court bomb (killed 3)
- 1988 — Benomi Wimpy Bar Bomb (killed 1, wounded 56)
- 1988 — Witbank shopping centre bomb (killed 2, wounded 42)
- 1988 — Ellis Park Rugby Stadium car bomb (killed 2, wounded 37)
- Late 1980s, numerous Wimpy Restaurant bombs.
President Ronald Reagan and U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher both described Mandela’s ANC as a “typical terrorist organization” in 1987.
During the forty-six years of apartheid the MK killed 7,000 black South Africans according to the post-apartheid Truth and Reconciliation Commission; twice that number, over 14,000 people, were killed between 1990 and 1994 — the period during which the ANC was legalized and black-on-black violence became rampant, just as it is in South Africa today.
In a 1986 speech, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (Nelson's Mandela's wife) endorsed a grotesque method of killing political opponents of the ANC whereby execution victims of extrajudicial summary had a rubber tire forced around their neck, were doused with petrol and set on fire with matches.
These victims as what I can only perceive as sheer terror often took up to twenty minutes to die, no doubt suffering the severity of their burns in the process. The tire around their necks would melt and cling like boiling tar to their flesh. The fire would still burn on, even after they’d died, incinerating the body until it was charred beyond recognition. Occasionally, the mob would chop off their victim’s hands or tie them behind their back with barbed wire to ensure they couldn’t get away. After the infamous speech, sometime later, Winnie Mandela went on to occupy some official positions with the ANC party.
The first recorded victim of necklacing happened, according to the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission in 1985. The victim was stated as a Negro woman named Maki Skosana, the appalling crime described as thus..
Necklacing was described by Wall Street Journal author Lynda Schuster as thus…
The practice of necklacing served to escalate the levels of violence during the township wars of the 1980s and early 1990s, as security forces remained too fearful to police because of the threat of necklacing. Necklacing was a fate reserved for traitors. Few, if any, white men died with a car tire around the necks. Instead, it would be members of the black community, usually ones who swore they were part of the fight for freedom but who had lost the trust of their friends. Maki Skosana’s death was the first to be filmed by a news crew. Her neighbours had become convinced that she was involved in an explosion that killed a group of young activists.
But Skosana wasn’t the first to be burned alive. The first necklacing victim was a politician named Tamsanga Kinikini, who had refused to resign after accusations of corruption. Anti-apartheid activists had already been burning people alive for years. They gave them what they called “Kentuckies” — meaning that they left them looking like something off the menu at Kentucky Fried Chicken. “It works”, one young man told a reporter when he was challenged to justify burning a man alive. “After this, you won’t find too many people spying for the police”!.
Necklacing lived on as a way of taking out rapists and thieves. In 2015, a group of five teenage boys was necklaced for getting in a bar fight. In 2018, a pair of men were killed for suspected theft. And those are just a few examples. Today, five per cent of the murders in South Africa is the result of vigilante justice, often committed through necklacing.
Legalisation of Terror
From 1979 Nelson Mandela remained on the U.S. terrorism watch list until 2008 when Marxist Liberals such as (Bill Clinton) passed a bill (which became the Anti-Apartheid Act) to make an actual law to force Mandela's removal from America's terrorist list.
Nelson Mandela was fairly tried and convicted of complicity in many murders, he also confessed to his participation in 156 acts of terror. Mandela refused his release from prison many times merely because he refused to renounce violence, pursuing political reform.
Future ANC South African President Jacob Zuma on stage with Madikizela-Mandela inciting genocide of White people by singing “Kill the Boer” whilst addressing the ANC Centenary Celebrations in Bloemfontein, South Africa, 2012…
English Translation: “Come together all the winners, we going to shoot them with the machine gun, we are going to shoot them with the machine gun. They are going to run, you are a Boer, we are going to hit them, and you are going to run, shoot the Boer, we are going to hit them, and you are going to run. We are going to shoot them with the machine gun…”.
Machine gun is a metaphor meaning inciting automated mass murder of white African farmers through an influential ANC mechanism of political governance. It should be of some relevance when considered in the retrospective of the sixty-six million white genocide starvation aftermaths from the Russian October Revolution that genocidal African communists arising from this mass-murdering motion should seek to starve their Black people by killing off White farmers supplying Africa with food production.
The Economic Freedom Fighters, a far-left political party in South Africa that has pushed the South African government to seize land from white farmers. Sometimes derisively called “Everything for Free,” the EFF is the third-largest party in South Africa, but is poised to become the second.
The South African death toll of Boers (White farmers) in 2016 reached 1,782 since the end of apartheid. The Boer is the highest at-risk group for murder on Earth … statistically 310 in 100,000 per year; in London, the yearly probability of a Boer getting murdered is 3 in 100,000.
Anti-white rhetoric in South Africa is very real and very mainstream. Here are a few examples:
- Velaphi Khumalo, a government official, stated on Facebook in 2016: “White people in South Africa deserve to be hacked and killed like Jews.”
- Ekurhuleni EFF Leader Mampuru Mampuru posted on Facebook in 2018: “We need to unite as black people, there are less than 5 million whites in South Africa vs 45 million of us. We can kill all this white within two weeks.”
- Major M.V Mohlala, a senior official in the South African National Defence Forces, said of the murder of a 76-year-old white professor: “It is your turn now, white people… [he] should have had his eyes and tongue cut out so that the faces of his attackers would be the last thing he sees.” He received a mere warning of future disciplinary action.
- The EFF’s national leader Julius Malema stated in 2018: “Go after a white Man… We are cutting the throat of whiteness.”
Banned Communist agents of LoXism…
This list of Communist terrorists were subject to banning orders under apartheid lists a selection of people subject to a “banning order” by the apartheid-era South African government. The legislative authority for banning orders was firstly the Suppression of Communism Act, 1950, which defined virtually all opposition to apartheid as “Communism”, which was superseded by the Internal Security Act, 1982.
- John Aitchison: banned 1965-1970, 1971-1976.
- Phyllis Altman: Banned in 1964.
- Jacqueline Arenstein: Banned in 1963, 1973 and 1978.
- Mohamed Farouk Asvat: banned 1973 to 1978
- Mabel Balfour: Banned in 1963.
- Saul Bastomsky: Banned in 1965, emigrated to UK, 1966 to Australia
- Mary Benson: Banned in 1966.
- Jean Bernadt: Banned 1959 to 1964.
- Hilda Bernstein: Banned 1953 and 1958.
- Lionel Bernstein: Banned 1950 and 1953.
- Steve Biko: Banned February 1973 to 1977.
- Brian Brown: Banned 17 October 1977 for five years.
- Peter Brown: Banned for 5 years July 1964, renewed for a further 5 years 1969.
- Dennis Brutus: Banned for 5 years, October 1960.
- Neville Curtis (ex-president of NUSAS): Banned 27 February 1973; restrictions lifted 1976.
- Yusuf Dadoo: Banned 1953 until exile and death in 1983.
- Lionel Davis: Banned 1971 to 1976.
- Patrick Duncan: Banned 1961, 1962; went into exile 1962.
- Bettie du Toit: Banned in 1952.
- Paula Ensor (member of NUSAS): Banned 27 February 1973 to 31 March 1978. Left for Botswana clandestinely in 1976.
- Ruth First: Banned 1960 to 1982.
- Ela Gandhi: Banned in 1975.
- Alcott 'Skei' Gwentshe: Banned November 1952; sentenced to 9 years in prison for violating the banning order, 26 March 1953.
- Bertha Gxowa: Banned in 1960.
- Adelaine Hain: Banned in 1963.
- Viola Hashe: Banned in 1963 until her death in 1977.
- Ruth Hayman: Banned from 1966 to 1981 (died in exile).
- Sedick Isaacs: Banned from 1977 to 1984.
- Helen Joseph: Banned four times, starting in 1957.
- Clive Keegan (ex-vice-president of NUSAS): Banned 27 February 1973 for five years; left for Botswana clandestinely in 1976.
- Bennie Khoapa: Banned 1973 to 1978; went into exile 1978.
- Theo Kotze: Banned 17 October 1977 for five years.
- Sheila Barsel Lapinsky (general secretary of NUSAS): Banned 27 February 1973 to 31 March 1978.
- Philippe Le Roux (NUSAS member): Banned 27 February 1973 for five years.
- Albert Lutuli: Banned 1952 to 1967.
- Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
- Elizabeth Mafekeng: Banned in 1959.
- Mac Maharaj: Banned on release from prison in 1976; went into exile in 1977.
- Trevor Manuel: Banned 1985 to 1986, banned again 1988.
- Joe Matthews: Banned in 1953; went into exile in 1960.
- Cedric Mayson: Banned 17 October 1977 for five years.
- Fatima Meer: Banned in 1952.
- Florence Mkhize: Banned in 1952.
- Mary Moodley: Banned in 1963.
- Shulamith Muller: Banned in 1962; went into exile in 1962 (died in exile in 1978).
- Beyers Naudé: Banned 1977 to 1984.
- Sister Bernard Ncube: Banned from Kagiso in 1987.
- Rita Ndzanga: Banned in 1964.
- J. B. Marks: Banned 1950 to 1972 (died in exile).
- Barney Pityana
- Paul Pretorius (NUSAS president): Banned from 27 February 1973 for five years, but his restrictions lifted in 1976.
- Ronnie Kasrils: Banned 1962 to 1990.
- Mamphela Ramphele: Banned 1977 to 1984.
- Peter Ralph Randall: Banned 17 October 1977 for five years.
- Robert Resha: Banned 1961 (died in exile in 1973).
- Ian Robertson (NUSAS president): Banned 1966 to 1971.
- Marius Schoon: Banned 1976 to 1990.
- Jeanette Schoon (née Curtis), Banned in 1976 for five years.
- Dulcie September: Banned 1969 to 1973.
- Annie Silinga
- Walter Sisulu: Banned 1955 to 1990.
- Robert Sobukwe: Banned 1969 to 1978.
- Oliver Tambo: Banned 1959 to 1990.
- Rick Turner: Banned 27 February 1973, murdered 1978.
- Chris Wood: Banned 27 February 1973. Left for Botswana clandestinely in 1976.
- Dorothy Williams: Banned 1964 to 1969.
- Donald Woods: Banned 1977 to 1990.
A banning order entailed restrictions on where the banned person could live and who they could have contact with, required that they report weekly to a police station, and proscribed them from travelling outside a specific magisterial district. The banned person prohibited from attending meetings of any kind, speaking in public, or publishing or distributing any written material.
It proscribed broadcasters and the press from broadcasting, publishing or reporting the banned person's words. The prohibition on attending meetings meant that the banned person could not be with more than one other person at a time. The banned person was forbidden all contact with other banned persons and was forbidden to engage in any political activity. The penalty for violating a banning order was up to five years in prison.
In March 2021, a series of postage stamps called “Legendary Heroes of Africa” was released as a joint issue by the countries of the Gambia, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, to celebrate Jewish heroes of the South African liberation struggle. It portrayed 12 Jews. The joint issue explicitly recognized Jews as a people for their contribution, noting:
Terrorists returning from exile
In 1991 Reginald (Reggie) September returned from exile in London to South Africa and served in the Mandela government as an MP from 1994 until 2004. Thabo Mbeki from nine years of exile returned through the ANC's Revolutionary Council and delegated to work in the ANC's propaganda section.
Ronnie Kasrils became South African Minister for Intelligence Services in 2004, resigning in 2008 following the resignation of associate terrorist come to South African President Thabo Mbeki.
At the time of writing this, there have been one thousand seven hundred and fifty farm murders that have occurred across South Africa since 1994.
Attacks on white farmers in South Africa tend to have pitched levels of brutality about them. Without getting too lost in the weeds of the grizzly details, it’s worth mentioning some of the more grotesque attacks on farmers at least in passing:
- In 2012, a 12-year-old boy was drowned in boiling water after watching both his parents murdered and his mother raped.
- A 56-year-old grandmother was gang raped during a robbery netting approximately $2,000.
- Five men sexually assaulted a woman in front of her 5-year-old son over the course of an hour and a half.
- Over the course of six hours, a woman was tortured by having her skin cut off, raped and had her feet power drilled.
- A 66-year-old man was beaten to death in front of his wife. She escaped being gang raped by saying that she had HIV.
- Bedridden Alice Lotter, 76, and her daughter Helen, 57 were tortured to death over several hours, including by being stabbed in the genitals with a broken glass bottle. One had one of her breasts removed while still alive. “Kill the Boer” was painted on the wall in their blood.
- Knowledge Mandlazi went on a killing spree in 2014, murdering five whites and stating that “My hate for white people made me rob and kill." He held up his middle finger to surviving victims in the courtroom.
Looking at racially discriminating programs like Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and Affirmative Action (AA), targeted specifically to promote black employment, many whites are refused employment because of the colour of their skin, regardless of their skills. This has led to many skilled whites leaving the country and caused many others that do not have the privilege of leaving to end up in white squatter camps. An estimated four hundred thousand impoverished whites are living in abject poverty in squatter camps across South Africa. Recent reports state there are eighty white squatter camps in the Pretoria area alone.
International net-migration assumptions for the period by population group, 1985-2021:
A whole white generation have left South Africa in the last 35 years. Add in the fact that their children, an estimated 1 million+ have also been born outside South Africa and the net result is 1.6 million+ whites not part of the South African population.
Affirmative action created marginalization for coloured and Indian races in South Africa, as well as developing and aiding the middle and elite classes, leaving the lower-class behind. This created a bigger gap between the lower and middle class, which led to class struggles and a greater segregation. Entitlement began to arise with the growth of the middle and elite classes, as well as race entitlement. Some assert that affirmative action is discrimination in reverse. Negative consequences of affirmative action, specifically the quota system, drove skilled labour away, resulting in bad economic growth. This is due to very few international companies wanting to invest in South Africa.
Just as Jewish directed Communism eradicated white lineage from Russia through inflicting mass starvation through land grabbing, so did Communism eradicate Chinese lineage through mass starvation inflicted by land grabbing; then South Africa through the ANC became a Hebrew blend of these two previous Communist and thoroughly Jewish orchestrations of mass genocides, a template for the eradication of White people worldwide.
White Privilege is a succession of affirmative action re-branded, cooked up by the Ashkenazi Jews of the Frankfurt School. White Genocide in South Africa is everybody's business, do not forget about the ongoing plight of white people inflicted by the Black Negro murderers, the Jews behind the murderers who have butchered them by exploiting savagery.