Wednesday, December 30, 2015

ANC complains: Western Cape is turning into Orania

White South Africans work too much and earn too much money. They need to stop that.

There is an indigenous community in South Africa that, unlike most of the nations, isn't in the grips of violent crime and corruption. The community called Orania. All residents there are white Afrikaners.

Crime in Orania is so low that the town has no police officers.

A member of South Africa's African National Congress (ANC) political party is complaining that the Western Cape is turning into another Orania — as if that were a bad thing.

In the mind of Tina Joemat-Pettersson the word white is synonymous with racist, and that, ironically, actually is racist.

Joemat-Pettersson complains that white South Africans are undermining the nation's democracy, then immediately complains about the true democracy in The Western Cape. She tows the classic Marxist line that wealth redistribution is the ultimate expression of morality while prosperity is the essence of evil.

In reality white South Africans are weary of their nation being mismanaged by the incompetent and corrupt ANC. White South Africans are finding a means to better themselves and their progeny.
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The Western Cape is turning into an Orania filled with racists who have moved from Gauteng and other provinces because they did not believe in black majority.

So believes African National Congress National Executive Committee member and Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson.

Speaking at the ANC Western Cape Provincial General Council held on Saturday in Athlone, Joemat-Pettersson said white monopoly capital had moved to the  province.

“Those who do not believe in black majority rule, who still want to perpetuate white minority, have moved from Gauteng to the Western Cape. Have moved from Northern Cape. Those who still want to be racists have descended on your shores. You have new Jan van Riebeecks here.”

At the provincial PGC, which is in preparation for the ANC National General Council taking place between October 8 and 11 in Johannesburg, the minister said the racial issues in the Western Cape are not publicised.

“The only thing that is articulated here is that there is an influx of the rural poor from the Eastern Cape.

“It is never mentioned that there is a coalition of white anti-left and anti-progressive forces here. The province is systematically not moving towards federalism, they are moving to an Orania, an independent state of the Western Cape,” she said.

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