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What have communists ever done for any country?

24 January 2014, 07:08

While the world is constantly being reminded of the ‘evil Hitler/Verwoerd’ and others, the worst evildoers of them all – the communists, are totally ignored and who have been responsible for over 160-million deaths throughout the world through torture, executions and starvation.  And the deaths still continue under despots like Mugabe and other African leaders, the late Samora Machel of Mocambique, Angostino Neto of Angola, countries like Ethopia, Eritrea, the Sudan, the Congo, etc, etc.  And don’t forget our ‘dear’ friend, Fidel Castro of Cuba…  Then, of course, we have our own precious bunch of rascals here – Mbeki, Mandela, Asmal, Blade Nzimandi, Jeremy Cronin, Ronnie Kasrils, et al – all faithful party members of this evil alliance.  Let’s look a some figures and compare them with the highly-questionable 6-million jews under Hitler, but has been proven false by no less than Jews themselves, as well as the so-called ‘murders’ of these self-same communists by the security forces of the previous regime:. 

Soviet Union – nearly 100-million; China – 50,700000; Cambodia – 2 million; Vietnam – 1,700000; North Korea – 1,700000; Poland – 1,600000; Yugoslavia – 1,100000.  Add to those figures those killed by communists in Afghanistan, Tibet, Cuba, every African country that was invaded by communists (Angola, Moçambique, Zimbabwe, Ethopia, Eritrea, Sierra Leone – not forgetting our own Heimat, the once prosperous and peaceful South Africa under Hendrik Verwoerd. Yes, those of us who were part of the population in his days will remember that jobs were plentiful – not only for whites, but blacks also had jobs; very few were unemployed – crime was at an all time low, our economy was sound and highly rated internationally, and, strange as it may sound to the younger generation, he was a much-respected man by everybody – including blacks!  And the communists did not like this state of affairs – he had to go – he was also murdered by a communist - and be replaced by weaker leaders such as Vorster, who first sold out the Rhodesians, and his successors capitulated to communist demands. 

Unfortunately I do not have the figures of those (black and white) killed and maimed by the so-called ‘heroes of the struggle’ to destabilise South Africa, but I have seen the horrors of their methods during the eighties – necklacings by young ‘comrades’ in the townships who should have been in the classrooms; black on black violence incited by young ‘comrades’ against anyone opposed to their ideals; over 400 Inkatha leaders systematically murdered for the same reason; the senseless mowing down of (if I remember correctly) 19 Inkatha followers from the rooftop of Shell House in 1993; the many limpet mines set off in schools, cafes and shopping centres, landmines on lonely roads, killing and maiming CIVILIANS consisting of men, women and children, these terrorists being too cowardly to face up to the might of our once-proud military; the brutalities of the horror camps in Angola, Zambia and other places where ‘heroes of the struggle’ like Kasrils, Hani, Modise and others tortured, starved, terrorised and murdered the inmates who were alleged ‘informers’ – need I go on?

What have communists ever contributed to the upliftment and well-being of countries under their (mis)rule?  Schools? Universities? Science? Technology?  Agriculture?  Social welfare? Communist-occupied countries are a shining example of the wars, poverty and misery resulting from the communist invaders’ ‘contribution’ to so-called ‘peace and freedom’ through the barrels of their AK47’s, generously supplied by aforesaid ‘heroes’.  In conclusion, the present communist incumbents in parliament are well trained in lies, disinformation and terror by those masters of deception, the KGB.  Their website is a shining example of brainwashing for those gullible masses who are uninformed enough to swallow their bait, hook line and sinker, but take off your rose-tinted spectacles and start doing your homework, then you might be very unpleasantly surprised at what skeletons you’ll start digging up. 

‘Heroes’ of the struggle, indeed! 

And you expect right-thinking and intelligent white SAN’s to ‘apologise’ (for the umteenth time – I’ve already lost count), grovel, bow and scrape to these cruddy scum?  I rest my case…

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