09 July 2012
ANC organising the Lumpenproletariat to make the Western Cape ungovernable as part of their Second Transition
By Mike Smith
9th of July 2012
Currently we have seen terrible gang violence and wars erupt seemingly out of the blue in the Cape area. 130 Gangs from all over the Cape Flats and Atlantis are involved. Helen Zille of the liberal DA is sitting with her hands in her hair and do not know what to do.
In a typical knee-jerk reaction Zille now wants the army to be deployed in the gang infested Cape flats townships
Zille said yesterday that drug-related gangs were now "beyond the capacity of the South African Police Service to control" and that the army had to be called in for support.
Army must fight gangs
In gang ridden Hanover Park residents have called on President Zuma to declare a State of Emergency …now wouldn’t he just love to do that?
Some idiots, some gangsters and some ordinary people believe that the gang wars are about revenge
What laughable speculative junk.
…Now let me explain to you what is REALLY happening in the Cape and I will prove it…
Over the years many authors have exposed the various tactics of Communism to take over and remain in power forever. Their techniques have no limits, no rules and no conscience. Anything goes, because the end justifies the means.
History showed us how the Communists’ favourite technique has been artificially created famines by most notably Stalin and Mao. But they also used forced labour camps to work people to death and terror campaigns to purge people out of the countries of their birth.
They also used false criminal charges to make people disappear forever without a trace, but the most effective technique in recent years in countries such as Zimbabwe and South Africa was the now famous “People’s War” as Dr Anthea Jeffrery describes it in her book by the same name.
It was based on the North Vietnamese general Võ Nguyên Giáp’s adaptation of the Mao principle of People’s War and used in various countries such as Peru, Northern Ireland and South Africa.
It is a broad based strategy of using an urban terror and fear campaign of kidnapping and brutal murder of opponents combined with vicious propaganda and subversion against the population to seize power and remain in power.
One of the tentacles of this monster is the tactic to disguise and hide political assassinations and murders as “ordinary crime”. For this they would use the Lumpenproletariat (or ones disguised as them), those totally unproductive members of society such as street gangsters, junkies, prostitutes, drug dealers, former convicts, etc.
Under this “fog of war” many political assassinations can take place as “ordinary crime” and the legitimate government who were made to look inept to control the situation, would be blamed for everything. One has to acknowledge that it is a brilliant strategy and one that is not easily countered.
The so-called service delivery protests in South Africa are just one tentacle of this strategy.
A few month ago in Grabouw in the Western Cape blacks and coloureds took each other on in a virtual mini racial/civil war Madness in Grabouw…At the time the ANC vowed to make the Western Cape ungovernable in order to take it back from the DA who has run the province for nine years.
In May the suggestion again came up that the Western Cape should be made ungovernable. We should make the WCape ungovernable
The DA leader knows the score. She knows exactly what the ANC is trying to do…Is ANC trying to make Bitou ungovernable? - Helen Zille
She even discussed the ANC’s threats extensively with the police
‘Ungovernable’ threats: Zille and police to talk
This is nothing new. In March COMMUNITY Safety MEC Dan Plato has accused the ANC of conspiring with gang bosses, and even going so far as to bring in criminals from other provinces, to destabilise the Western Cape. ‘ANC is plotting with gang bosses’
Dan Plato based his allegations on a secret file he possesses with claims made towards the end of last year by disaffected former ANC supporter and businessman Jeff Franciscus. In the dossier, Franciscus – who (very conveniently) died in a car accident in November – is recorded as claiming the ANC in the Western Cape was bent on making the province “ungovernable” by the ruling DA.
In particular, Franciscus is recorded as fingering Marius Fransman – now deputy minister of International Relations and Co-operation – as conspiring to destabilise the province.
Back then I wrote two articles about it. Warning about People’s War and the ANC agenda behind service protests. You can read it here.
ANC in cahoots with gang bosses
Behind the riots in the townships…is the ANC agenda
At the time, some of my readers even disagreed with my analysis and that is fine.
For people who know the ANC Marxist terrorist scum and their tactics, it is quite clear what is going on here. This sudden surge in gang violence is not “normal crime” it is a carefully planned and organized campaign of destabilization that goes back as far as May 2011 when ANC leaders, gangster bosses and even Evangelical Pastors with underworld links had secret meetings and conspired to oust the DA through a campaign of gangster terror.
Classical “Problem, Reaction, Solution” tactics.
The ANC creates the problem. The people demand something must be done (the reaction) and the DA, who is unable to do anything, bows out as the ANC enters to “solve” the problem they created.
They did exactly the same in the run-up to the 1994 elections. For about three years prior to that the ANC orchestrated a terror campaign where they threw people off trains and burned them with tires and petrol in the necklace murders…all masked as ordinary violence by discontented civilians…Then suddenly all the violence stopped. Suddenly we never heard of necklace murders or people being thrown off trains anymore. The violence before the elections was blamed on the mysterious “Third Force” in the Apartheid government.
The ANC and the Communists was the Third Force. The tactics is as old as Che Guevara at least who would dress up his soldiers as the opposition and kill some towns people and rape a few so he could come back the next day to ask them “Who did it?” and then win their support against the opposition.
Now that one of their councilors, Wandile Mkhize, has been murdered, Jacob Zuma is again blaming it on some Dark Forces
Who says they are not again killing their own in order to blame it on whoever they see as the enemy so that they can use it to attack them?
No, ordinary gangsterism and gangster violence has not suddenly hit the Cape. That I can assure you of…The Second Transition has come to the fairest Cape.