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The misnomer of white capitalist monopoly

19 June 2017, 13:27

If one looks at the major monopolies in South Africa, one wonders what the ANC propaganda and rhetoric is all about.

All the major monopolies are owned by the State, like Eskom, Telkom, SAA, SABC, Transnet, Portnet, SANRAL etc.

So why is this new propaganda being used and why is the ANC eyeing the private sector “white capitalism”?

It all comes down to acquisitiveness and greed.

Now that the new ANC elite bourgeoisie have raided and stripped most of the value out of the public sector corporations, they are turning to the private sector, like the mining companies, to strip them of all their value as well.

I’m afraid that unless ordinary citizens of South Africa don’t wake up to what is going on, they are going to be stripped of all their value as well, and this includes blacks as well as whites.

Once you install a government elite that no longer cares for its people, and has an insatiable appetite for acquisitiveness, it will continue to raid its population and their resources until nothing is left, except their offshore bank accounts and their assets in foreign countries, so that they can have complete control of both resources and the population.

So where did the Ubuntu dream of Nelson Mandela go?

It has been usurped by a few who learned from the capitalists, and saw an opportunity for personal wealth creation, so that capitalism no longer funds economic activity, but becomes a means of control of all activity.

That is called dictatorship and that’s where South Africa is heading unless the masses wake up.

It is not the middle class or the elite that can change this, but like in 1976, it takes the little man to make a statement and to begin a revolution of change.

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