Is dit só moeilik om te verstaan? Tenspyte van riglyne vanuit die Afrikaner se geskiedenis, breedvoerige debat in die parlemente van ouds, onweerlegbare verduidelikings van dr. H.F. Verwoerd, binnelands en buitelands, is die onwerkbare, vredestelende en vernietigende beleidsrigting moedswillig gekies in 1994! Miskien sal Derek Hanekom dit nou begin verstaan!
Die mees ontstellende daarvan is dat dit deur Afrikaners wat daarin omvattend geskool is, uit ‘n posisie van mag en deur uitoorlêery van die blanke kieser, implimenteer is! ‘n Volk na bykans drie eeue se stryd in wording, se bloed in oorloë vir vryheid, se genadige en barmhartige seën tot oorwinning in soewereine onafhanklikheid en ongekende voorspoed, bloedloos opgeoffer onder valse voorwendsels, aan getallepolitiek!
Die AVP se standvastige en akurate beginselstandpunt, as brandende fakkel uit die hand van ons voorgeslagte ontvang en brandend gehou deur die handhawing van die enigste werkbare beleidstandpunt, word soos by herhaling voorspel, gister 29 November 2016 opnuut deur die Zoeloes bevestig!
Nie die ANC nie, maar die meerderheid Zoeloes binne die ANC waar etnisiteit, bloedverwantskap, in kort, Nasionalisme, veel sterker en swaarder weeg as Kommunisme, partyverband of enige ander oorweging wat deur die media bedink kan word! Zuma behou en beheer die ANC en Suid Afrika bloot omdat die Zoeloes die meerderheid is!
Die rekenkundige wetmatigheid dat meer, meer is as minder en waar ‘n land se bevolking almal onderwerp is aan die Humanistiese uitgangspunt dat almal gelyk is en daarom gelyke regte moet hê en derhalwe onderhewig is aan ‘n een-mens-een-stemstelsel, is jy terug by outokrasie binne die sogenaamde “’democracy”.
Dit is sekerlik die mees suksesvolle wyse waarop inheemse volke deur die toestroming van massas immigrante eenvoudig uiteindelik bloot deur getalle oorgeneem word in belang van die geldmag!
Steeds vra die AVP aan die Afrikanervolk: Quo Vadis Afrikaner? Waar gaan jy heen? Hoe lank nog hink op twee gedagtes? Hoe lank nog strompel agter “slim” politici aan wat dink dat jy hierdie stelsel kan maak werk deur daaraan deel te neem?
Is ons steeds bang om in die bres te gaan staan vir ons volk, vir ons kinders, vir reg en geregtigheid asof ons nie ‘n lewendige God dien van wie ons Suid Afrika as erfenis ontvang het nie? Die Skepper van hemel en aarde, wat volke in aansyn roep en volke vernietig, konings aanstel en konings verwyder? Het die ganse Afrikanervolk dan ons geloof verloor?
En Ek het onder hulle ’n man gesoek wat ’n muur kan bou en voor my aangesig in die bres kan staan vir die land, sodat Ek dit nie sou verwoes nie; maar Ek het niemand gevind nie
2 KORINTIËRS 8:8 Ek gee nie 'n opdrag nie, maar ek wys julle op die ywer van ander om daardeur die opregtheid van julle liefde te toets.
ANC backs Zuma despite calls for him to go
Politics / 30 November 2016, 04:26am
President Jacob Zuma has survived the latest challenge to his leadership. File picture: Mike Hutchings/Reuters
Johannesburg - South Africa's ruling African National Congress said on Tuesday its executive committee stood by President Jacob Zuma in a debate about whether he should step down after several officials called for his resignation.
The ANC said there had been a call for him to leave his post but did not confirm media reports that this was made by four ministers and denied reports of a formal no-confidence vote during the debate on Monday night.
Political analysts said Zuma's leadership would be weakened by the challenge even though he survived the call to step down.
Since taking office in 2009, Zuma, 74, has been plagued by accusations of corruption, which he has repeatedly denied, while senior ANC officials have backed him. But near record unemployment has exacerbated discontent with his government.
“The NEC did not support the call for the president to step down,” ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe told a news conference. “This issue was debated openly, robustly and, as we said, sometimes it was very difficult for members themselves.”
In the run-up to the debate there had been speculation that the ANC would take a no-confidence vote.
“There was no vote of no confidence in that meeting... There was a call for the president to step down, and that call ultimately was not acceded to after persuasion among comrades in the meeting,” Mantashe said.
“The fact that we have not forced a president of the ANC to step down means that we affirm him as the president of the ANC and president of the republic.”
The opposition said despite Zuma surviving the call to step down, the ANC had suffered widening divisions.
“Despite the brave face and united facade depicted by Gwede Mantashe, the ANC is more divided now than it has ever been - and this will only worsen,” opposition leader and head of the Democratic Alliance party Mmusi Maimane said in a statement.
Mantashe said officials of the ANC's national executive committee who called for Zuma to step down would not be punished.
South African media reported on Tuesday, without naming sources, that Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom had proposed holding the vote to oust Zuma, Beeld, an Afrikaans-language daily had reported. Hanekom was unavailable to comment. Other media said at least four ministers had turned against him.
Separately, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa called for calm in a speech to local government officials in Johannesburg, saying “recent events within the state have raised concern in many quarters about the direction of the country.”
NKC African Economics Head of Research Francois Conradie said although it was unlikely that the ANC would act against Zuma and warned that support for the party was declining.
“If they had gotten rid of him it might have improved perception of the party,” he said.
Zuma's popularity has waned due to a raft of scandals that partly led to the ANC's worst electoral performance since it took power in 1994 after apartheid fell. But he remains in favour among the ANC grassroots and can count on the backing of large sections of the party, including the youth and women's leagues.
Zuma is expected to stand down as ANC president at a party conference in December next year, ahead of national elections in 2019 when his tenure as president will end.
Although no one has declared an ambition to compete for Zuma's post, debate over who should succeed Zuma has heated up. With its dominance of South African politics, the ANC is widely expected to win in 2019, making its next leader almost certain to become president.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, told reporters in Johannesburg that the affirmation of South Africa's investment grade by Fitch and Moody's showed that the country was doing well despite “political noise... there are good things that are happening”, he told media after meeting business leaders.
The state prosecutor dropped fraud charges in late October against Gordhan, executing a U-turn in a case that rocked financial markets and drew accusations of political meddling.
With the economy expected to grow by only half a percent this year, South Africa has been racing to avert a downgrade of its sovereign debt to sub-investment status, which would raise its borrowing costs and deter investment.