Sharpeville Incident: What do you know about the Cato Manor tragedy a few weeks earlier? There the police obeyed the order not to shoot. The crowds overran the police station and four white and five black police officers were viciously killed – their bodies dragged through the streets by blacks, with their penises cut off and stuffed into their throats. It would also have happened in Sharpeville if one frightened policemen did not open fire first as hundreds of blacks started throwing bricks and rocks at them (The Police). Cato Manor was swept under the carpet by the press as it was not inline with the liberal press’ communist agenda of the day.
Nelson Mandela the worlds Saint: You seem to believe that Nelson Mandela was an innocent man who was jailed because he merely wanted “freedom.” Not so. His trial was attended by representatives of most Western countries and closely followed in the rest of the world. Documents in his own handwriting eventually convicted him. In those he praised the Communist and Marxist systems in the Soviet Union. The present ANC is simply fulfilling the ideals for which Mr Mandela was incarcerated.
Our democracy is turning into a dictatorship. I was always very protective of my country. If anyone ever said to me we would end up like our neighbour Zimbabwe I would voraciously shout them down, however it looks more and more possible as each day passes. The government is starting to question and control the judicial court findings, it is starting to question the freedom of the press, these are all signs. Our government has aligned itself more with fellow dictatorship regimes around the world than democratic ones. Our very own President is not respected amongst the western world; we are seen to be a corrupt nation on the brink of civil war again. International law is blatantly disregarded. Suddenly I am scared, people are scared both black & white, as what or who is going to save us this time?
Your Parents Weren’t Wrong. They remembered the Church Street bomb, the landmines on farm roads, Amanzimtoti mall bomb, etc. The ANC never discriminated as far as their victims were concerned. Many Blacks died in their bombings. Even more were burned alive and necklaced. Trust me, the legacy of the ANC is far more bloody and frightening than anything that came before.
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Lord Where Are You?
How much less, will he listen when you say that you do not see him
that your case is before him and you must wait for him, Job 35:14
Have you ever tried to sit and watch a seed sprout? You can’t, can you? It stays in the ground until the time is right for it to emerge. There’s a lesson here. God has planted certain things within you, and you must wait for them to take root and grow. And the unresolved issues of your past can undermine this process. Often it takes prayer and counselling to bring these issues to the surface so that you can effectively deal with them. With God, a delay is not a denial. When speaking to Job, his friend Elihu said, ‘It is wrong to say God doesn’t listen, to say the Almighty isn’t concerned. You say you can’t see Him, but He will bring justice if you will only wait’ (vv. 13-14). What great advice! Charles Trumbull said, ‘God knows when to withhold or grant visible signs of encouragement. It’s good when He sends confirmation, but we grow faster when we’ve trusted Him without it. Those who do, always receive the greatest visible evidence of His love.’ God answers every prayer; it’s just that across some He writes, ‘The time is not right yet’. Job asks, ‘How long will this trial last? Why doesn’t God answer?’ Because it takes as long as it takes—and usually feels uncomfortable the whole time. But there’s good news. Eventually your prayers become less about getting answers and more about connecting with God. By letting Him work: 1) you begin to realize that He is with you; 2) you develop a deeper level of intimacy with Him; 3) you discover you can trust Him for the entire trip.