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How informed are South Africans as to the real state of this planet?

06 November 2011, 23:20
I would like to ask the following:

1. WHat do our politicians intend to do to prevent multi-corporate facisim both within this country and from "investment" from offshore,WALL MART being a current example)  from turing our country from a democratic fee market economy into a soceity enslaved as is the case in the USA and Europe today? Personally I am of the opinion that all companies opperating in this country should be 51% South African owned, and if listed on a stock exchange, should be listed on the JSE, and no where else.

2. What are our polticians policies in preventing large corporate banks from entering our ecomony and causing havoc as has been done in Iceland for example? Do they intend our banking system to remain in South African hands, or part of the slavery of a New  World order bank which will take away our financial independence as a nation?

3. What are our politicians doing to prevent Codex Alimentarius from dictating our health and food policies, a system that is clearly criminal?

4. What are our polticians doing to inform the public and prepare them for natural disasters of epic proportions, and have they done anything to prepare for rescue operations?

5. WHat are our politicians doing to inform the public of American Military black ops who have space craft technology similar to UFOs? And, what are they doing to prepare the public for the fact that we have alien visitors on and around our planet?

6. What are our polticians doing to help prevent invasions to South Africa and the rest of Africa by colonial minded counties who seek to disrupt this continent with wars and political upheaval in order to aquire our resources for their own benefit? The Congo being a prime example and recently Libya.

I have included a number of links that I think highlight my concerns as to the safety of our country and the madness that is going on in the rest of the world. All are frelly available on the internet and I have not enfringed on copyright laws. to the best of my knowledge. They are as follows:

The Corporate Bankers and their plan for a fascist NWO control
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_trilat11.htm

How these bankers regard other nations as NOT entitled to the benefit of their own resources:

" September 11, 1973, when the U.S. succeeded in its intensive efforts to overthrow the democratic government of Salvador Allende in Chile with a military coup that placed General Pinochet's brutal regime in office. The goal, in the words of the Nixon administration, was to kill the "virus" that might encourage all those "foreigners [who] are out to screw us" to take over their own resources and in other ways to pursue an intolerable policy of independent development. In the background was the conclusion of the National Security Council that, if the US could not control Latin America, it could not expect "to achieve a successful order elsewhere in the world." It appears that they have the same agenda for Africa.

http://chomsky.info/articles/20110906.htm

The ex Canadian Minsiter of Defense talking about UFOs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEM1Zs2Kq_k

The disgusting implication of Codex Alimentarius on our health and food production.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2D4-noTiCg

An indepth talk on Space technology.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAFeah-FvUY

The sad state of the Congo, a situation in which many African countires could find themselves in the future, including us.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLV9szEu9Ag&feature=player_embedded

I am deeply concerned for our future. None of these things are discussed on regular news bulletins, nor in the press and it appears to me that the South African public is totally ill informed and unprepared . I am even more concerned that our government and our leaders might be as ill informed and as ill prepared to deal with, what clearly is going to be a very difficult future.

Regards
Gail Evans.

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