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HOOR JY DIE MAGTIGE DREUNING?

Prof. Chris MalikaneNog nie, maar wel die sagte ritmiese geklop van oorlogstromme wat sporadies oral in Suid Afrika gehoor kan word! Die mees onlangse is die trom van prof. Chris Malikane van Wits Universiteit vanwaar daar al jarelank tromslaners opgelei en uitgestuur is oor die lengte en breedte van Suid Afrika.

Dit is Richard Poplak wat homself ‘n “trainspotter” noem wat Malikane blykbaar as ‘n voortstomende trein beskou in sy beskouing van oplossings vir die Suid Afrikaanse problematiek. Malikane se antwoord op ‘n vraag of hy nie dink dat die opneem van wapens die oplossing is nie, het hy onder andere gesê:   (Ons haal uit Poplak se artikel in Dayly Maverick aan)   “We must encourage the war of the black working class against white monopoly capital.” Inevitably, after undergoing the sausage-making process of corporate mediation, several of the Sunday papers ran a version of the following: FINANCE MINISTER’S COMMIE ADVISER WANTS TO KILL US ALL. Should Malikane have chosen his words a little more carefully? Hey, it’s a free country, or it is until the prof gets his Marxist utopia.    Aldus Poplak.

Hoewel Malikane die vraag ontwyk het deur te sê dat die keuse vir geweld nie by hom setel nie maar wel by die verenigde magte, is die media soos hierbo gestel egter vas oortuig dat Malikane ‘n voorstander van geweld is. Dat daar geweld gepredik word van die regime se president af, tot by die gewillige Engelse lakei, Malema en nog hordes ander wat die blankes uitgewis wil hê, is egter onteenseglik waar.

Anti nasionalle uitsprake en optredes gaan nie ‘n snars van hierdie bloeddorstigheid temper nie. Dit koop net tyd soos met die grensoorlog daar tyd gekoop is vir die verraaierpolitici om Suid Afrika prysloos aan die kommunistiese terroristeorganisasie van die ANC te kon oorhandig. Nou in ons tyd? Totdat ons almal een vir een uitgewis is?

OOR DIE VELD KOM DIT WYD GESWEEF. DIE LIED VAN ‘N VOLK SE ONTWAKING, WAT HARTE LAAT SIDDER EN BEEF!!

Die eer van die oorwinning, op welke wyse ookal, sal aan HOM toekom soos by Bloedrivier. Moet u dus nie laat bangpraat nie.

Die hoogste bod van welke politieke party ookal vir ‘n meerderheid van swart stemme, is die Afrikaners se besit en daarnaas hulle lewe! Indien daar niks is waarvoor ‘n mens bereid is om te sterf nie, behoort daar ook niks te wees wat die moeitewerd is om voor te leef nie!

Die wedywering vir die meeste getalle, waarmee politieke beheer verseker is, gaan nog baie lewens eis in ‘n land met so ‘n wye verskeidenheid van etnies- en rasverskil. Indien die verskil in geloof daarby getel word, is die AVP nie oortuig dat geld en/of welwillendheid die gepropageerde vrede, voorspoed en samewerking sal kan koop soos wat die liberales glo nie! Skreeu maar vrede! Vrede! Terwyl daar géén vrede is of sal kan wees in hierdie veelrassige(lees moerassige) reënboogfantasie nie!

Laat ons ons verdeelde huis weer heel maak! “Want geen huis wat verdeeld is kan staande bly nie!” Laat ons nie net verootmoedig met die mond nie, maar veral met die hart!

Spreuke 4:23 Bewaak jou hart meer as alles wat bewaar moet word, want daaruit is die oorspronge van die lewe.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

TRAINSPOTTER: The scariest man in South Africa – Professor Chris Malikane and the end of ideas

 

  • Richard Poplak
  • Poplak Richard

Richard Poplak

 

  • 04 May 2017 01:01 (South Africa)

 

The South African financial establishment’s current boogieman is a genial University of Witwatersrand Marxist macroeconomist associate professor named Chris Malikane, recently retained by Malusi Gigaba’s Treasury in an advisory capacity. The whole saga, which includes an episode during which Malikane is alleged to have called for the country to “take up arms”, has exposed a genuine terror of ideas – both inside the establishment, and outside of it. South African bean counters are still terrified of academic Marxist economists. And there are still academic Marxists. Meanwhile, the Finance Minister is flitting around the World Economic Forum we happen to be hosting, promising the high and mighty that we have no ideas but the ones they prescribe to us. By RICHARD POPLAK.

Indeed, all was quiet on the Western Neo-colonial Front, until Malikane went ahead and used the N-word in a public forum, which is somehow still a capital (get it?) offense in South Africa. His views – or, rather, a populist version of views he has openly professed in front of students and colleagues – were published in the Sunday Times several weeks ago. The piece largely concerned the ravages of White Monopoly Capital, and once again, there should have been nothing explosive about the subject matter, given that not a single piece of analysis was new or revelatory.

So how did all of this become an affair of national importance? Well, Malikane recently became a member of the team advising new Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, whom the establishment does not trust, and whose recent appointment invited downgrades from two of the three rating agencies currently governing our economic destiny.

Worse still – or better yet, depending on how you see these things – last Saturday Malikane attended a Black First Land First (BLF) event in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, where he addressed to of crowd of 300 regarding WMC, RET, and many, many other recently coined acronyms. If the prof was hoping to keep his head down, this was the wrong forum – among other things, the BLF are Gupta apologists committed to upholding the “pro-black” presidency of the Peasant of Nkandla. (Yes, BLF founder Andile Mngxitama has actually employed that sobriquet. And on Wednesday, he made an insurgent mini-attack in parliament, scuffling with SACP members over the specifics of a presentation called The Malikane Proposals.) The event kicked off with Mngxitama singing the struggle song “One Settler, One Bullet”, and then the mic was handed over to the professor. What the crowd got was exactly what they came for: praise for the possibilities of Venezuelan and Zimbabwean disengagement from the global capital matrix; praise for the Indian government’s ownership of the mining and banking sectors; calls for our own government to nationalise everything under the African sun. "Like Moses, I keep wondering, is there another way to get to the Promised Land?" asked Malikane. 

Which is a really good question.

But then Malikane was asked why he had not yet incited the crowd to pick up AK47s and shoot up the nearby Puma store. (Not exactly, but something like that.) “It's not for me to decide to take up arms. It's up to united forces,” the prof told his interlocutor. “Taking up arms is one thing. But building a country is another.” He also articulated a widely held shibboleth thusly: “We must encourage the war of the black working class against white monopoly capital.”

Inevitably, after undergoing the sausage-making process of corporate mediation, several of the Sunday papers ran a version of the following: FINANCE MINISTER’S COMMIE ADVISER WANTS TO KILL US ALL. Should Malikane have chosen his words a little more carefully? Hey, it’s a free country, or it is until the prof gets his Marxist utopia. As if on cue, the DA’s shadow finance minister, David Maynier went apeshit, and called for Malikane’s head.

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