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DIE (DOODS)GEVAAR VAN GETALLEPOLITIEK BEGIN SY KOP UITSTEEK!

Stem deur hande opsteekDie halstarrige weiering van die liberalis om uit die lesse van die geskiedenis te leer, het ook sy onmiskenbare gevolge. Met die ondersteuning van die magte van die duisternis wat weet hoe om gebruik te maak van onreg, wetteloosheid, grensloosheid en in die algemeen die afbreking van alles wat met orde en dissipline te maak het, ploeter hulle voort met allerhande akademiese en geestelike fabrikasies van menseregte waarom hulle benadering dan nou beter sou wees as die “onreg” van ‘n bedeling wat werk!

 

Die verantwoordbaarheid vir verval, agteruitgang en lewensverlies, word dan telkens afgemaak as ‘n nagevolg van die nasionalisme. Die dodelike gevaar van die afwyking van beginsel waaruit beleid geformuleer word, is in Suid Afrika se geval tewyte aan die een-mens-een-stem benadering. ‘n Politieke benadering wat onvermydelik onmiddellik, ongeag die noodsaaklikheid vir kundigheid, eerlikheid, integriteit en ervaring, die meerderheid aan bewind plaas en daar hou solank as wat hulle die meerderheid bly.

Dit verskuif die norm van beskawing na agter en verdring dit met die oerbeginsel van krag waarmee alles onderwerp word wat die geringste teken van verskil openbaar met so’n mag. Ons voorspelling was deurgaans dat daar geweld onder die swartes sal begin wat later sal oorspoel na diie blankes.

Zuma in beheerDie stryd om Zuma nou te vervang begin reeds duidelik grense trek. Die vrees waarmee getallepolitiek sy greep behou, is sekerlik een van die duidelikste lesse wat ons uit Afrika moes leer, maar is deur ons vyande se strategie oorbie met die beeld van ‘n bloedbad, “too ghastly to contemplate”! Swakkeling politici, ontvanklik vir omkoopgeld en faam, wat steeds ondersteun word deur die liberale faksie in Suid Afrika, het verkrummel voor hierdie aanslag sonder koeëls en gekapituleer voor die “totale aanslag” waarteen ons gewaarsku was en in die weermag veral opgelei was!

Let op die eerste sin van die artikel hier onder. Die poging om die hof te gebruik om geheime stemming af te dwing in die parlement, wat ooglopend daarop gemik is om ANC lede wat ook nie van Zuma hou nie, die geleentheid te gun om ongemerk van hom ontslae te raak, bekommer die sittende regters tot die dood toe!

THE DANGERS OF THE BENCH

JOHANNESBURG - Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng made a startling, yet coded, revelation that members of the judiciary face unspecified threats.

In a throw-away comment during Monday's Constitutional Court hearing, Mogoeng suggested judges face dangers more serious than the risk of losing their jobs, for taking unpopular decisions. Mogoeng's veiled suggestion was in response to Advocate Hamilton Maenetje.

Related: ConCourt considers Secret Ballot - When politics and the law collide

"Judges take their position to serve the public to serve justice and take an oath, but we accept that they are human beings and in order for them to give unpopular decisions they need security. And that is why the constitution guarantees judicial independence by providing security of tenure so that sitting as justices you're enabled to make a decision that you'd otherwise not make had you not enjoyed the protection, and I say so with great respect," Meanetje said representing the Institute of Security Studies.

Mogoeng gave no specifics of the dangers he was alluding to, but his comments were preceded by his office issuing a statement asserting that the judiciary will remain fearless in promoting the rule of law.

"Well, no. that presupposes that the only danger out there is being removed from your position. There are more serious dangers believe you me," the Chief Justice said. Western Cape's Judge Bashier Vally recently faced intense pressure and political criticism after he ruled that President Jacob Zuma needed to disclose reasons for his recent Cabinet reshuffle. Mogoeng's office was also mysteriously burgled. (AVP beklemtoning)

PARLIAMENT’S PREROGATIVE TO SET ITS OWN RULES RAISED IN CONSTITUTIONAL COURT

JOHANNESBURG – United Democratic Movement (UDM) senior counsel Dali Mpofu found himself under fire on Monday as Constitutional Court judges inquired whether it was not up to Parliament to determine its own rules, including whether to vote openly or through a secret ballot.

Justice Chris Jafta asked Mpofu whether those who drafted South Africa’s Constitution allowed Parliament to conduct its own business as per the Constitution and to draft its rules.

Mpofu; 'This case is not about separation of powers, nor is it about the court encroaching on anything' #SecretBallot

— Thulasizwe Simelane (@ThulasSims) May 15, 2017

“Section 55 says the National Assembly can determine rules and procedures…doesn’t this tell us that the Constitution drafters have left that duty to Parliament?” asked Jafta.

The authors of the Constitution took into consideration the importance of the rules of Parliament, he added.

Very strong sense that Justices not convinced by UDM argument that #SecretBallot required in #NoConfidence vote.

Karyn Maughan (@karynmaughan) May 15, 2017

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng interjected.

“All the jurisdictions you have referred to, Parliament has itself determined its rules on how things were going to be done. Botswana, Zambia… Germany prescribed own rules for secret ballot, not the Constitutional Court,” said Mogoeng.

Ngcukaitobi; 'We're dealing with clash between party mandate & members of parliament's duty of oath of office' #SecretBallot

Thulasizwe Simelane (@ThulasSims) May 15, 2017

“It was left to Parliament to decide.”

Mpofu said a decision on a secret ballot in the countries he cited “could have been decided by Parliament or [the] Speaker.”

“Rules say, at the direction of the Speaker, a procedure to be adopted will be imposed. In the case of Korea, the rules do not even deal with a secret ballot.”

Ngcukaitobi says Speaker "clearly wrong" to argue she doesn't have discretion to allow #SecretBallot

— Karyn Maughan (@karynmaughan) May 15, 2017

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