The offensive remarks by the ANC’s Kgalema Motlanthe regarding traditional leaders was to be expected, taken into account that who and what the ANC was when De Klerk and his henchman handed over South Africa and the ten self-governing indigenous states to the ANC in 1994.
The former president told the ANC Summit that some traditional leaders refer to themselves as the owners of the land. Kgalema Motlanthe’s also remarked “that many tribal leaders behave like village tin pot dictators.”
The ANC was originally founded by traditional leaders as a Black nationalist organization campaigning for self determination of indigenous black nations. During the 50’s and 60’s the organization was hijacked by communists such as Nelson Mandela.
The ANC consequently evolved into a communist front organisation with the purpose of subjected southern African states to communism. In order to achieve this the power and influence of traditional leaders had to be destroyed.
Traditional leaders were the victims of a campaign of slander and disparaging for decades to undermine their influence. One of the main priorities of the ANC was to incorporate the ten black self governing states, under the leadership of traditional black leaders, into the “new” communist South Africa, if necessary by violence.
Now that the ANC governs the country, they are openly in pursuit of finalising the Communist revolution by expropriation without compensation of all property, including the trust lands reserved by the former white government of the “old South Africa” as black self governing areas.
Front National follows a policy of self determination. This is a policy exactly contrary to the eventual oppressive dictatorship which is the main characteristic of states under communist rule.
The original article can be found in Afrikaans on Front Nasionaal SA