Apparently, South Africa is about to re-enter the "terrorist" domain, and this time it will be Al-Qaeda, according to Cwele. I refer to the Times Live article :
Terrorism threat in Africa significant: Cwele
Now I have a big problem with this. Because the more you look into it, the more it becomes apparent that the term "Al-Qaeda" has some very dubious associations which lead ever more not to an independent group of Muslim fanatics intent on Islamic fundamentalism spanning the whole of the Middle East and North Africa, but a group who are manipulated, bought and paid for by an unholy alliance of three supposedly disparate groups.
The Nazi Neo con CIA, the Zionists and the House of Saud. This has become blatantly apparent since the overthrow of Gaddafi, with funding for the "rebel freedom fighters"and military support as well as the support and funding for the "rebel freedom fighters"in their attempt to overthrow Asaad in Syria.
Now hang on a minute, I thought these Al Qeada were the enemies, not the friends of the unholy alliance? And yet these heart eating, head chopping off, chemical weapons bunch are being funded by the very people who declared them to be enemies in the first place.
So the question Africans really need to address, is this:
Who the Blerry Hell is "Al Qaeda"really working for in Africa?
Because as things stand, they look like a group of covert agents dressed up in drag in order to delude the world that they are fighting for one thing when in fact they are covertly working towards something else entirely!
And by the way, now that Libya has been returned to the dark ages thanks to NATO bombing during the no fly zone, and their resources are in the hands of the BIG OIL companies, what has happened to Libya's Gold? And will it ever be returned to that country for the benefit of the people of Libya, which is what Gaddafi intended? Besides all the other plans he had for the African gold dinar ... and while we are about it, what about the lies about "Weapons of mass destruction,"and Iraq's gold? Where is that now? And Afghanistan with continued military occupation to support a $100 billion herion industry controlled by the CIA?
Which brings me to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and our armed forces fighting the M23 "rebels." Are they also dressed in drag in order to delude the world that they are fighting for one thing when in fact they are working towards something else entirely and are funded by sources "unknown?" Do you remember this?
"On Tuesday morning South African police said they had arrested 19 suspected Congolese rebels, including two senior members of the M23 rebels, on suspicion of running an illegal military operation in Limpopo province. "
"A group of 19 alleged rebels from the DRC, which included a United States citizen, appeared in the Pretoria Regional Court on Thursday to face charges under the Foreign Military Assistance Act."
I have to ask this you see, because this was reported last year, now read it and think about it, because it has worried me considerably ever since: BAIN CAPITAL and AFRICAN TERROR
"Their task, as South African intelligence indicates, is to buy up South Africa and take over the rest of Southern Africa through running terrorist groups out of the DRC or Democratic Republic of the Congo. On their list is Kenya and other nations.
Their method of operation is to finance themselves with blood diamonds, sent through agents to Tel Aviv, money to be handled by Bain Capital/Romney, then to China where arms are purchased and shipped to terrorists in Africa, “Al Qaeda, Boko Harum and UNITA.
The details of the deal were set up a month ago. Currently, UNITA is having difficulty coming up with their end, the $1.2 billion a year in diamonds they promised.
On the Israeli end, Romney, while traveling there with Las Vegas casino boss, Sheldon Adelson, met with diamond traders at what was supposed to be a/an (illegal) fundraiser. It was something else, putting together one link in the diamonds, terrorism, money, narcotics trade which, working with Bain, the Bush family, Mormon groups in the CIA and the Mossad, meant to take over all of Africa. "
Did you see that? "Al Qaeda, Boko Harum and UNITA." That is what Cwele said, though he did not mention UNITA. So, according to this report these people are working for Bain, the Bush family, Mormon groups in the CIA and the Mossad ... do you see what I am getting at here?
Cwele also went on to say that :
"While the Constitution guaranteed South Africans' rights to gather, picket, and protest, violence should never form part of such actions.
"Let us be upfront and loudly state that in terms of our laws, it is a crime to incite or participate in acts of violence during protests," he said.
Organisers of and participants in violent demonstrations would face the consequences.
"We now have a plan and are ready deploy the full capacity of the democratic state to identify, prevent or arrest, and swiftly prosecute those who undermine our Bill of Rights by engaging in acts of violence," said Cwele."
Now if I did not know any different I might suspect a "third force" of infiltrating legal protests and inciting violence, some people will do anything for money, even when it is to the detriment of their own society and country. One could also speculate that a lot of the violent protests on the mines have also been infiltrated by "third forces," possibly somebody is hoping that the mines will become totally bankrupt and then they can buy them out for peanuts!
Should such acts of violence occur, which no sane South African would ever instigate, the result would be two fold. Destabilisation of the country and the tightening of security laws, in effect the move towards a police state.
If there is one thing all South Africans, no matter their religion, culture, language or race group can join together to protect at all costs, it is the one thing that unites us all. Our Bill of Rights and Our Constitution.
Reference: Al Qaeda and the “War on Terrorism”http://www.globalresearch.ca/al-qaeda-and-the-war-on-terrorism/7718
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