Die swart ras se metode om verskille te besleg,ten spyte van eeue se blootstelling aan beskawing, bly steeds moor en vat sonder verdienste! Die onderstaande artikel bevestig benewens hierdie stelling, ook die wetmatigheid van etniese onverdraagsaamheid en die wensdenkery van die vreedsame naasbestaan van kultuurverskil in ‘n sogenaamde reënboognasie.
Die kunsmatige handhawing van ‘n deursigtige vernislagie van “nie-rassigheid” is besig om vinnig kol-kol deur te slyt. Die blankes ervaar dit feitlik daagliks deur die wreedaardige barbaarse aanvalle waarin duisende al gesterf en nog duisende vermink, gemartel, verkrag en besteel is.
In die onderstaande artikel waar die doodsvonnis sonder verhoor of regverdiging, onderling tussen swart en swart op mekaar voltrek word, is die onhaalbaarheid van samewerking tussen blank en swart, ‘n blote hersenskim. Waar die swarte volgens die onbestaanbare gelykheidsindroom in terme van sy getalsmeerderheid die beheer verkry het, is konflik, konfrontasie, ongelukkigheid en veral verval onvermydelik!
Fears Inchanga tension could boil over
16 December 2016, 1:19pm
Siphesihle Nyandu shows where Lungisani Mchunu was allegedly shot, execution-style. Picture: Sibonelo Ngcobo/The Mercury
Durban - The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal said on Thursday it was worried that the fragile peace negotiated between members of the ANC and the SACP in Inchanga may have been broken.
ANC provincial executive committee member Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu said on Thursday soon after the local government elections, provincial leaders of the ANC and SACP had established a joint peace programme in Inchanga.
However it seems little had been achieved as ongoing tensions between alliance partners had been linked to the killings of cousins Ndumiso, 27, and Thobani, 25, Shozi on Monday.
The men are nephews of ANC proportional representative councillor Boy Shozi.
Barely 24 hours after the murders, another young man, Lungisani Mchunu, was killed in his home, by people who were allegedly looking for his elder brother, SACP activist Siphesihle Nyandu.
Simelane-Zulu said the latest killings had happened when there was hope the two alliance partners had managed to deal with violence.
“Yes, it looked like peace has been achieved," she said.
“ANC and SACP members and community had agreed to isolate criminal elements (behind the violence) and deal with political issues separately.”
She said while the ANC did not want to speculate on whether the latest killings were linked to tensions between the ANC and SACP, the party was “very worried” about the murders. “We will have to go there again with the SACP and see what is going on.”
She said ANC provincial secretary Super Zuma and his SACP counterpart Themba Mthembu would be meeting soon to discuss the issue.
Violence broke out in Inchanga earlier this year when SACP members said they were sidelined in the ANC nomination process for candidates for the local government elections.
In January pensioner Philip Dlamini, 68, was shot and killed attending an SACP meeting. ANC supporter Bongani Dladla was also killed.
SACP branch secretary Nonsikelelo Blose, 40, was shot dead at the end of August and the following day ANC supporter Xolani Mabaso was killed when he exchanged gunfire with SACP supporters.
The division between the ANC and the SACP led to former mayor and SACP provincial chairman James Nxumalo’s nephew Malombo Nxumalo contesting elections as an independent and against an ANC candidate, and he won Ward 4.
James Nxumalo, who is formerly of Inchanga, said on Thursday during a visit to the area that the ANC’s national executive committee needed to urgently attend to the complaints in order to bring peace.