Blood Diamonds

So, there me was this week sitting in a boardroom meeting with the banking committee who invited a few key people to discuss an alternative banking system to the fiat Ponzi scheme for Southern Africa and Africa as a whole;

Present was a man with a banking licence looking for a worthy moral and ethical crew to put it to good use;

Also present was a SA “king” who claims to be “spiritual” and wanting to free his people (by building 4 malls in his kingdom for starters) but then spends the next 3 hours telling us how mineral rich the DRC is and wanting to move 2000 stones worth 54 million US and about all the “investors” with un-declared funds needing an alternative banking system to move such funds; while also declaring that we are money-chasers too; little does he understand one that cannot be bought;

Now, this “king” is also supposedly part of the kingdoms that wish to expatriate from RSA INC. and govern themselves; but, of course it is clear that the poor people of at least some of the tribes could end up in a far worse position than they are in now;

It seems there is just not enough good people who truly want to do the right thing; and be moral and ethical; and serve their people; and protect their rights; and ensure they do not get screwed over; and protect the land for future generations;

If, a man is willing to reveal all these things in a meeting full of strangers then he has no scruples either; and me is not in the least interested to help free such a king; but most importantly he has no consideration for the community who suffered for those blood diamonds; the very same thing is happening to SA; we are being robbed blind too and in much the same way by our guvmint and kings;

So, we must learn to practice discernment and not sit in the company of greedy fools who think that that its “business as usual”; those days are over; the people ae wide awake and we get judged according to the company we keep;

And, it is mostly these things that are the obstacles on this long swim to freedom, from the sea to the land, from Babylon to the New Earth – finding wise elders with clean hands who will do the right thing…

Sadly, it is only when we are truly in a crisis of survival that humanity will give up its bad habits; but, usually by then it is too late to avoid serious collateral damage;  

As a result, it does not seem likely that we will be able to get clean blood-free funding (nor find wise elders) to free the kingdoms in the planned 2 year programme; for me the worst part is being the bringer of bad news to the committees; and to tell them to turn their backs on the fools;

2 Timothy 1:1 This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. 2 For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, 3 Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, 4 Traitors, heady, high minded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God, 5 Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: FROM SUCH TURN AWAY.

22 thoughts on “Blood Diamonds

  1. Hi BT

    Thanks for your feedback and discernment.
    In the middle to late 80s I worked for an OilCo and the Transkei and Ciskei fell within my Eastern Cape territory. I had direct dealings with both Matanzimas, Stella Sigcau, Bantu Holomisa!s and Lennox Sebe and a bunch of other “Kings & Chieftens”, who were part of my Client base.

    The Only One that I came across who actually took nothing for himself and stood up for his People, was Bantu Holomisa! The rest were treacherous and money grabbers. He was an Urban Legend in our Office and I see that he has still kept himself separate from the current corrupt environment.

    Sure there are plenty of good People out there, who talk the talk, but few walk the walk, as when placed into leadership and power positions, their true colours come to the fore.

    1. I admire General Bantu Holomisa and respect him for very reason you are citing here. His anti-corrupting stand. It got him kicked out of the ANC by the messiah himself Mandela…

      Interestingly, I am publishing my 3rd book titled; African National Criminals next month as part of my 50th birthday celebration and gift to myself.

      Part of the book is written from information I got from studying a few licked and published Intelligence Reports and in all of them General Bantu Holomisa is cited by many intelligence authors etc as the one that always got away and never bitten the hook. I make a point of mentioning this in my book in honour of the General as he was affectionately known and called in his days…

      I however feel he must leave politics and operate within, at least the NGO or NPO sector…

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        I however feel he must leave politics and operate within, at least the NGO or NPO sector…
        “Unquote”

        Unfortunately here I disagree with you completely!

        If South Africa is to survive this decade, then we desperately need good honest Black Leadership that is both experienced in running an honest Government and is respected by all – even the Corrupt.

        Relegating the General to the NGO or NPO side-lines is depriving RSA of a legitimate capable Leader, be it as Chief of the Defence Force or even Prime Minister/President!

        Someone needs to Clean Up the South African Government and he is one of the few that is up to the Job, (naturally with the help of many other honest and capable South Africans).

      2. Dean, the system is corrupt and bought; the system needs to change; read the RDP policy framework on the Constitutional page; the remedies were established in 1994 already; it will be up to we the people;

    2. I admire General Bantu Holomisa and respect him for very reason you are citing here. His anti-corrupting stand. It got him kicked out of the ANC by the messiah himself Mandela…

      Interestingly, I am publishing my 3rd book titled; African National Criminals next month as part of my 50th birthday celebration and gift to myself.

      Part of the book is written from information I got from studying a few licked and published Intelligence Reports and in all of them General Bantu Holomisa is cited by many intelligence authors etc as the one that always got away and never bitten the hook. I make a point of mentioning this in my book in honour of the General as he was affectionately known and called in his days…

      I however feel he must leave politics and operate within, at least the NGO or NPO sector…

  2. DeanR, thank you for your comment.

    I do get what you are saying. I would agree if there was any good left within the political space in this country. If you ask me, politics are not only corrupted to the bone, but completely captured by corrupt masters both locally and internationally.

    The biggest problem with politics and politicians is that the space will never be for a collective ethical moral principle. Those whom try to be clean will be kicked or pushed out. Do you know of any one-man political success story? The good get swallowed and contaminated with evil, or chased out or killed, literally and otherwise.

    Hence our dear General Bantu cannot even retire from UDM Leadership and bring in new young or relevant leadership. This is because the moment he retires, the ethical moral integrity principle goes with him. UDM will be easily and cheaply bought just like the rest. And can’t rule from the leadership grave, as they say. So, he must retire in a coffin. That can’t be good…

    At least from a different space, he can begin to educate, train and develop young leaders on these principles and not take with to his grave. Now all he is doing is standing old-gaurd 24/7.

    SA doesn’t need another political solution. SA needs a lawfulness solution. All politicians think with stomachs, literally… We can’t trust that, not now. Politics have done enough damage. The people must reclaim their sovereignty and self determination and rights. Period. We don’t need representation. We have been betrayed.

    General Holimisa must do what Mbeki is doing. Set up a Foundation and provide education and training of leadership from a different perspective. One cannot protect and defend their children until they are 25yrs. That’s what the General is doing unfortunately. One needs to, at some stage, teach and train the children to begin to defend themselves and conquer against their adversaries. And you must do this before they are 18 at least. If you don’t, who is going to defend and fight their battles when you die?

    UDM is waiting to die when he leaves. But he can leave now, and then work from outside to teach them to sustain themselves. That’s what I mean.

    Look at Buthelezi and IFP, Lekota and COPE, EFF and Malema, GOOD and Patricia, and now Action SA. They are facing the same predicament. Hence they are establishing Kingdoms out of Political Parties. Because of stomachs and standing old-gaurd or founder-guard of what they started. No growth, but fear of collapse… At least Buthelezi is leaving, but only because of age and maybe health reasons. If not, he would just go on…

    Poor Malema is the youngest. Will he leave and embrace the principle of democracy and give way to new leadership? And do what? And survive on what? And feed ego on what? He will have to be pushed out.

    If anything, the one thing that the ANC is beating all of them on, is leadership change. And look the kind of problems that is causing the ANC. It will eventual die because of leadership change.

    With all due respect, the General must jump and save UDM from outside, or it will follow him to his grave…

    1. Dear sirblacklife

      Thanks for your explanation. I now understand your rationale and agree that your proposal has real merit.

      Currently the UDM is irrelevant and sure he could teach and mentor a new batch of leaders in the interim, but I think that he will also need to be involved in “Cleaning the Swamp” and maybe that can perhaps be more easily done by an Foundation/NGO than a political party. (for me the jury is out on this point).

      That said, when the “System gets fixed” (sic – by whom?), we will still need real experienced leaders to take up the reins and take this Country forward. I see the General as one of those that has the experience and leadership skills needed to lead us out of purgatory.

      Anyway just some thoughts.

      I would like to read your book when it is published!

      1. DeanR, I am glad you get my point.

        Maybe the General could be recruited to this initiative and course of Emancipation etc under SAJurA. But the question is will he comprehend and want to be part? Maybe he might. bt, what do you think?

        About the book, I will announce launching details here as well. Thanks.

      2. Dear SirBlackLife
        Will the General want to get involved with the Jural Assembly?

        I am not too sure. From my experience he is a serious no-nonsense type, staid in his ways and measures his words carefully and yet can be really funny at times.

        (Sidebar – For his size, he was quite a good rugby player and really enjoyed the Game.)

        With that said, he is all about the People and Law & Order, so possibly with the right approach he could be brought onside, but more from an education point of view, than participation.

        He is his own man and tends to walk alone, as many true leaders do!

      3. The General, with all due respect, must consider SAJurA. He must consider! If indeed he is for the people, and if he is indeed for Law&Order. Because that is what SAJurA is. Actually, he needs SAJurA. He is becoming so irrelevant, and so fast. SAJurA would revive his stance and revive what he stands for. Well, that’s what I think…

        However, the challenge with SAJurA and all it stands for, is that it is not for the lazy and rigid minds. It is not for the ignorant and irresponsible minds. It is not for people believing there is no other option outside what we already have. It is not for those still believing in politics as we know and have been taught them today.

        Now, that can be tricky for the General. He has been a political leaders his entire life. Asking him to turn his back on politics would be like asking a bird to cut its wings. But he can surprise us…

        I left the ANC in 1997! I saw this mess coming then already, and told those within earshot what I thought and what I saw coming. The ANC never did anything correct from day one. Never! And it there for all to see. Many chose to look the other way and hope for things to change. I said, we are in charge, it is for to change things, not to do wrong ourselves, and then hope for change. It is for the sane reasons I am also not a christian. Most Christians wake up to not do anything, or do wrong, and then pray and hope for correct things to happen.

        What has become a famous or even a notorious quote from me to my ANC peers then was; “If we are going to Cape Town, then what are doing on the N1 North and continuing north?”. Many would say but Bra Les, it too early to dismiss things, and I would answer, no matter what time of the day it might be, when one is going to Cape Town, they don’t spend 100% of their time on N1 North and continue driving north…

        So, SAJurA found be already on this journey of independence and fighting this system, and outside of the system. Now, for the likes of the General and many others, who believe in fixing from within, this is too radical and so not practical or even achievable. They prefer to argue about going to Cape Town, while the car is moving at 200km/h on N1 North going north… That’s stupid if you ask me, and that’s what I told many in 1997.

        They hated me and called me names. Today, many can’t even look me in the eye. Many are eating humble pie and ask me; Bra Les how did you? And I answer; don’t you know where Cape Town is? Didn’t you know where Cape Town was? If you knew, what the hell are doing in a car going to Limpopo?

        We need the likes the General, even though he contributed to the damage, the former Chief Justice and many others. I just don’t his christian stunts, religion is another mental slave production tool if you ask me… Oh, he is a member of the BAR. Shit! I forgot that…

        Anyway, General Bantu Holomisa is my man to help us convince people of our course…

      4. Greetings Sir Black Life, me enjoys your anecdotes immensely :); yes, in 1994 we took a “short left”; we have to revisit the RDP and Freedom Charter; and go back to 1994 where we left off; the only way south back to cape town is to turn back!

        Am sure we can sway him; can meet early january;

      5. Thank you.

        We must revisit a lot, not just 1994, RDP and Freedom Charter, but a lot. I am still working on securing funding for all this, and it will not be from a Fiat Currency / Money source.

        Then I am going to make a formal submission on what exactly we need to revisit. For example, we know “Republic” is owned by the Crown, just like BAR, so why go with Republic still? We must change the whole thing, turn the table up side down. We have options; Azania, Kermet, Alkebulan etc…

        Why re-enslave ourselves by still naming our land SAR? Unless if there is a reason in law (Estate etc) that we need to reclaim first using the term “South Africa” and or may even “Republic” to achieve what we need to achieve before we effect a complete change.

        The Freedom Charter itself was already diluted and corrupted anyway, but it may still serve as a departure towards the drawing board.

        And what about the Indigenous African Calendar? Why are we using the Western and or European calendar? Don’t we know we are in the South? Why are we using North as our reference to what we do and who we are?

        So, there is a lot that needs revisiting. I am glad we have reduced the speed with which we were traveling. We can now think clearly and consult and do the right things.

  3. Yes, Words of a Prophet, that’s the book. I qouted him in my previous book titled “Call Me Kaffir! and revisiting some thoughts from there in my new book coming…

    Azania my land! Azania my soul! Azania my people!

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