The tragedy in our country is that Africa never, but never takes responsibility for its own shortcomings or failures. Something or someone else will always be found to blame.
In just over 25 years, a godless, communist government has managed to “rule” a once prosperous country to the brink of bankruptcy.
What is even worse is that crime has become out of control, that little if any state department is really working properly and that local authorities are unable to guarantee service delivery to taxpayers.
Now comes the blame shift. “Apartheid is the cause of the moral decay and social illness of the country”. It was the words of the ANC’s national executive committee member, Mathole Motshekga, during a “social cohesion and moral regeneration” information session.
Now comes Ramaphosa and wants to set up an inter-faith gathering to address the decay in the country. By doing so, he wants to reverse the negative influence of apartheid. According to the ANC, Ramaphosa’s undisputed moral character is one of the factors that will affect the turnaround. It will also continue to make the study of decolonized history compulsory in schools. See the further indoctrination of our youth.
Barbarian figures such as Jan van Riebeeck, Vasco da Gama and Paul Kruger will be replaced with “warriors who challenge white colonization”.
Do we still dare to watch everything go wrong? Is there still a spark about the Voortrekker striving for self-determination? Will our nation knowingly enter into an election knowing that its outcome does not, but no, benefit the White Afrikaner Farmer?
Dr Sakkie van der Merwe
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