January 12, 2010 at 12:26 pm #10411AnonymousInactive
I think we are in for an interesting ride.
I enjoyed the posts about “sheepdogs” I would think members of this
group would fit his description (gathered by reading all the letters) perfectly.
There seems to be a very honourable spirit about this whole company you have here Damian.
I am honoured to be part of this group of people.
I cannot keep this info to myself.
You have all gathered that stuff is getting worse all over fast.
I must remind you again, if you have friends or family who intend coming
to the world cup soccer. STOP THEM. I beg you. I live in South Africa. Tourists are lunch here. 30 out of 55 of our border posts are manned. The others are empty and open. Crime is out of control, the media LIES as usual, all is not well. The roads are not ready, the accommodation is 70% in ghetto townships where drug abuse and murder are rife. In Afrikaans we have a saying “Daar is ‘n drol in die drinkwater” which means , “I smell a rat” (actually more like “someone shat in the water tank).
Here is some videos:
Nelson Mandela and friends promoting Ubuntu
Orania, ik hou van jou
The songs they sing in South Africa
Nelson Mandela sings about killing whites
Winnie Mandela calls for revolution and violence
Onslaught against the white minority of South Africa https://www.livingscoop.com/watch.php?v=MTg=
I hope y’all aint soccer fans. After the world cups chaos, things might get better. I doubt it. O well.
Love from Gunther.
January 12, 2010 at 8:12 pm #11635Damian (Instructor)Keymaster
I realize that SA is your home, but I shake my head every time I read one of your headlines. I don’t see how you can stand to live there.
I might be wrong, but if the World Cup turns out to be a wholesale slaughter house, many civilized societies might just write SA off from hosting any other world events (Olympics, etc…)
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