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Cry The Beloved Peoples: An In-Depth View of How the Apartheidizers Blame the Victims in Contemporary South Africa

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Cry The Beloved Peoples - woman mourner crying at one of the funerals of the 1976 police brutality and murder victims

Cry The Beloved Peoples - woman mourner crying at one of the funerals of the 1976 police brutality and murder victims

Funerals have become a way of life in South Afirca. It was worse when the Boers were killing  students and workers in 1976; today it more people are being buried due to AIDS, Sugar diabetes, high blood pressure, TV, Alcoholism and malnutrition induce

Funerals have become a way of life in South Afirca. It was worse when the Boers were killing students and workers in 1976; today it more people are being buried due to AIDS, Sugar diabetes, high blood pressure, TV, Alcoholism and malnutrition induce

Burial of the Sharpeville shooting victims, most of whom were shot in the back when running away from the rampaging police

Burial of the Sharpeville shooting victims, most of whom were shot in the back when running away from the rampaging police

A woman crying from having lost a loved one. Africans spend most of their time, from the days of Apartheid murders and today's AIDS going to the cemetery to bury their dead, and crying most of the time.

A woman crying from having lost a loved one. Africans spend most of their time, from the days of Apartheid murders and today's AIDS going to the cemetery to bury their dead, and crying most of the time.

Another victim of Apartheid brutality in the June Revolution of 1976 in South Africa

Another victim of Apartheid brutality in the June Revolution of 1976 in South Africa

The coming of the Apartheid regime and it's pass laws and surveillance of the African population through the Pass Laws, was the beginning of the shackling of the African population.

The coming of the Apartheid regime and it's pass laws and surveillance of the African population through the Pass Laws, was the beginning of the shackling of the African population.

A young man is stopped by the police asking for his pass book, which he was expected to be carrying on his person all the time

A young man is stopped by the police asking for his pass book, which he was expected to be carrying on his person all the time

The caption reads: Piet falls asleep with Bible on his face, Africans say: When the Europeans came, they had the Bible a. Now we have the Bible, and they have our land."

The caption reads: Piet falls asleep with Bible on his face, Africans say: When the Europeans came, they had the Bible a. Now we have the Bible, and they have our land."

 Homeless children who sleep anywhere, in drainpipes, junk yards, and anywhere. In this picture, taken at dawn, they lay shivering in a park.

Homeless children who sleep anywhere, in drainpipes, junk yards, and anywhere. In this picture, taken at dawn, they lay shivering in a park.

Victims of forced removals dumped outside with their belongs scattered all over and in shambles during the Apartheid era

Victims of forced removals dumped outside with their belongs scattered all over and in shambles during the Apartheid era

New South African Map with its new 9 provinces created since the African National Congress(ANC), South Africa's New ruling Party and ruling Government.

New South African Map with its new 9 provinces created since the African National Congress(ANC), South Africa's New ruling Party and ruling Government.

Map of Southern Africa: Genocide by Poverty, war and disease. this is the epicenter of HIV infection allowed to fester and rage and it's coming to infecting 30% of the population noted above.

Map of Southern Africa: Genocide by Poverty, war and disease. this is the epicenter of HIV infection allowed to fester and rage and it's coming to infecting 30% of the population noted above.

The Colonial Powers had no money, so each colony was charged with raising the revenue necessary to pay for all expenses, including  the colonial army and police force.

The Colonial Powers had no money, so each colony was charged with raising the revenue necessary to pay for all expenses, including the colonial army and police force.

Segregation in the 1950s with signs all over the land controlling everything that separated Blacks from Whites.

Segregation in the 1950s with signs all over the land controlling everything that separated Blacks from Whites.

The signs of Apartheid which ensured and secured segregation against the "Black Peril" as implemented by the Apartheidizers.

The signs of Apartheid which ensured and secured segregation against the "Black Peril" as implemented by the Apartheidizers.

South African Broederbond Members and leadership in 1918. From left to right: D.H.C. du Plessies, J. Combrink. H. Le R. Jooste. Seated: L.J. Erasmus, H.J. Klopper, Ds W. Nicol, J.E. Reeler

South African Broederbond Members and leadership in 1918. From left to right: D.H.C. du Plessies, J. Combrink. H. Le R. Jooste. Seated: L.J. Erasmus, H.J. Klopper, Ds W. Nicol, J.E. Reeler

Dr. Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd the architect of Apartheid and the man who caused so much misery to millions of Africans in south Africa. Like Hitler, he came up with the Final onslaught against Africans- Bantustans

Dr. Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd the architect of Apartheid and the man who caused so much misery to millions of Africans in south Africa. Like Hitler, he came up with the Final onslaught against Africans- Bantustans

African Miners working in harsh conditions underground

African Miners working in harsh conditions underground

Beyers Naude who left the Broederbond and wrote a tell-all about the the Boederbond

Beyers Naude who left the Broederbond and wrote a tell-all about the the Boederbond

Solomon "Sol" Thekiso Plaatjie was the first African South African to write a novel - Literature in South Africa, and was the first secretary general of the then Native National Congress in 1912, now known as the African National Congress(ANC)

Solomon "Sol" Thekiso Plaatjie was the first African South African to write a novel - Literature in South Africa, and was the first secretary general of the then Native National Congress in 1912, now known as the African National Congress(ANC)

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The Aftermath of the Sharpeville massacre in South Africa where people were shot in the back by police. Verwoerd was the prime Minister then.

The Aftermath of the Sharpeville massacre in South Africa where people were shot in the back by police. Verwoerd was the prime Minister then.

Nelson Mandela casting his vote for the first African government  in south Africa of which he became its first ever African President after 27 years in Robben Island Prison.

Nelson Mandela casting his vote for the first African government in south Africa of which he became its first ever African President after 27 years in Robben Island Prison.

South Africa's leading role as a regional economical superpower as gleaned from the Financial Mail 27 September 1985.

South Africa's leading role as a regional economical superpower as gleaned from the Financial Mail 27 September 1985.

A carry-over of housing from the Apartheid era, still prevalent in today's South Africa. South African democracy was born in Chains.

A carry-over of housing from the Apartheid era, still prevalent in today's South Africa. South African democracy was born in Chains.

One of the tenets of Total Strategy was to "win the hearts and minds" of the African peoples in South Africa. The resistance to that formula took many forms, like demonstrations, guerrilla war, and economical war by Africans.

One of the tenets of Total Strategy was to "win the hearts and minds" of the African peoples in South Africa. The resistance to that formula took many forms, like demonstrations, guerrilla war, and economical war by Africans.

Intelligence Oversight Committee created by the new ANC Government

Intelligence Oversight Committee created by the new ANC Government

Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, and was targeted by the Apartheid regime and General van den Bergh, BOSS' spy-master.

Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, and was targeted by the Apartheid regime and General van den Bergh, BOSS' spy-master.

White South Africans Reaction to African Rule by the ANC

White South Africans Reaction to African Rule by the ANC

Dr. Johan Koekemoer, Basson's former research manager at Delta-G Scientific, was caught with disgner drugm Ecstasy. Investigators were looking into the Drugs manufactured in a factory, and what the South African defense Force did with them- Populatio

Dr. Johan Koekemoer, Basson's former research manager at Delta-G Scientific, was caught with disgner drugm Ecstasy. Investigators were looking into the Drugs manufactured in a factory, and what the South African defense Force did with them- Populatio

The poisoning of the beer Botha was talking about has long been an ongoing process in killing-off Africans in south africa. This battered woman is drinking the "Beer" made by the Apartheid regime and displays the slow poisoning  effects  over her.

The poisoning of the beer Botha was talking about has long been an ongoing process in killing-off Africans in south africa. This battered woman is drinking the "Beer" made by the Apartheid regime and displays the slow poisoning effects over her.

After taking several swigs of the beer, the woman is seriously inebriated and she does so with a baby on her back.

After taking several swigs of the beer, the woman is seriously inebriated and she does so with a baby on her back.

Cartons of "Bantu Beer" littered all over the grounds where men were drinking it. This was sold by the government and was called "Bantu Beer", and has been poisoned over the decades, not as Botha claims was to be done from 1985, but done from the1950

Cartons of "Bantu Beer" littered all over the grounds where men were drinking it. This was sold by the government and was called "Bantu Beer", and has been poisoned over the decades, not as Botha claims was to be done from 1985, but done from the1950

Maternity Ward in South AFrica and due to a shortage of beds, a pregnant woman about to give birth lying on the floor. Botha was right, they were not paying people to bring Black children into the world.

Maternity Ward in South AFrica and due to a shortage of beds, a pregnant woman about to give birth lying on the floor. Botha was right, they were not paying people to bring Black children into the world.

Patient care is part of what the Apartheid regime did not care much about and even today, the patient get negligible care and there is a shortage of beds, and medicine to go along with poor care.

Patient care is part of what the Apartheid regime did not care much about and even today, the patient get negligible care and there is a shortage of beds, and medicine to go along with poor care.

Lack of beds meant that patients have to sllep on chairs; not that the Apaartheid government could not afford it, but they were implementing part of their Total strategy over the decdes of the rule by covertly attacking hospitals and maternity wards.

Lack of beds meant that patients have to sllep on chairs; not that the Apaartheid government could not afford it, but they were implementing part of their Total strategy over the decdes of the rule by covertly attacking hospitals and maternity wards.

Children were living in hospitals under crowded conditions and were under constant attack by the Apartheid regime s Botha has pointed out in his "Why we hate Blacks" speech within the Hub.

Children were living in hospitals under crowded conditions and were under constant attack by the Apartheid regime s Botha has pointed out in his "Why we hate Blacks" speech within the Hub.

AIDS victim and patient in a hospital in South African hospital. This picrue has be icluded in this gallery to show the stte and seriousness of HIV/AIDS and the people it is Affecting in order the world would be made aware of the genocide happening.

AIDS victim and patient in a hospital in South African hospital. This picrue has be icluded in this gallery to show the stte and seriousness of HIV/AIDS and the people it is Affecting in order the world would be made aware of the genocide happening.

AIDS Slows South African Population  growth. Over a one-year period ending June 2009, the population rose 1.07% compared with 1.1% during the previous 12 months.

AIDS Slows South African Population growth. Over a one-year period ending June 2009, the population rose 1.07% compared with 1.1% during the previous 12 months.

Map of Africa colored according to the percentage of the Adult (Ages 15-49) population with HIV/AIDS

Map of Africa colored according to the percentage of the Adult (Ages 15-49) population with HIV/AIDS

Priest holds service for AIDS victim in soweto, South Africa, 2003. It is estimated that about one thousand people or more die each day from this pandemic.

Priest holds service for AIDS victim in soweto, South Africa, 2003. It is estimated that about one thousand people or more die each day from this pandemic.

The statistics of the Composition by Rank, race and gender still showed the disparities of rank that were retained from the Apartheid era.

The statistics of the Composition by Rank, race and gender still showed the disparities of rank that were retained from the Apartheid era.

African Leaders rarely talked about in today's history of South Africa and Africa as a whole. the  one who is still well-known, alive and talked about is Bishop Tutu. Sobukwe was the most intellectual powerful and capable African leader.Tiro and Biko

African Leaders rarely talked about in today's history of South Africa and Africa as a whole. the one who is still well-known, alive and talked about is Bishop Tutu. Sobukwe was the most intellectual powerful and capable African leader.Tiro and Biko

Children, poor, hungry and crying, although this was in the sixties, the situation has not changed for many children today in South Africa. By the year 2014, there will be 5 million children homeless and without parents because of AIDS and so on.

Children, poor, hungry and crying, although this was in the sixties, the situation has not changed for many children today in South Africa. By the year 2014, there will be 5 million children homeless and without parents because of AIDS and so on.

A child stands next to her home which was bulldozed through 'forced removals' of Africans from places the Apartheid regime dubbed "Black Spots"

A child stands next to her home which was bulldozed through 'forced removals' of Africans from places the Apartheid regime dubbed "Black Spots"

Hector Petersen, one of the first victims of June 1976, being put into a 'volksie' by Mbuyisa Makhubu after being shot; Winnie Mandela, in the earlier days in front of their house in Orlando Wet Soweto, in which she had lived with Nelson Mandela.

Hector Petersen, one of the first victims of June 1976, being put into a 'volksie' by Mbuyisa Makhubu after being shot; Winnie Mandela, in the earlier days in front of their house in Orlando Wet Soweto, in which she had lived with Nelson Mandela.

Making the Victim and Blaming The victim

An Overview on Historical Talking Points

A casual look and perusal on the History, Media and information systems in South Africa reveal a very well orchestrated effort to blemish the image of African South Africans who are Victims of

Apartheid in the eyes of the world, to that of a Tyrannical Majority as has been promulgated through the Web. It was well and good that Mandela was freed from prison and became the first African President of South Africa. But what has happened since then is what has been billed as Rainbow-type of social relations that have manifest themselves as a "new" reality to South Africa. In plain and simple language, the strategy is to criticize African rule as being incompetent, corrupt and tyrannical have become the buzz-words of South Africa today.

Some of it is true, the other is propaganda. The democratically majority-elected ANC has been assailed by the minority former assets of the white intelligentsia who are also hurling all types of accusations their way; and, it is that type of dialogue that is presently found and is dominant on the Web and internal newspapers and radios/TV in South Africa today. What has happened in South Africa to Africans under Apartheid has not really been told in its full Historical narrative from the point of view of the victims, yet.

The Apartheid regime saw to it that during their rule, they erased "most" of the horrid and degrading practices, history and memory on the Africans and what and how they did it by fully utilizing their Censorship Board, Security Apparatuses, Draconian Laws, Shredding of Evidence, and looting and seizing information from the African Press

Some books in the libraries had pages excised or plastered-over with hard glue and carefully cut newspaper pieces, blackened out pages and the like, from through some Health for African South Africans, segregated Sports, separate Social living, dilapidated Poor Housing, sparse Social services, unequal land Inferior Education, One sided Economy, separate Religion and divided religious practices; unequal allocation of the country's wealth, and unfair land allocation and distribution, permeation and entrenchment of racist attitudes, Inferior foods, Intensive and torture, intimidation, frontline wars murder and plunder and human degradation and dehumanization, in a word or so.

The erasure of African history in the past 50-plus years of Apartheidized rule and victimization and genocide of Africans, is now being worked on and restored as the new communication of Internet Medium makes possible access to the world easier and practical.

Genocide in Random House Dictionary is defined as: "The deliberate and systemic extermination of a national, racial, political or cultural group." The continued deaths among the people of African descent in South Africa from AIDS, TB, Cholera, Dysentery, Poverty and joblessness,Drugs, Crack, Mandrax Pills crime and lack of medicines and poorly staffed hospitals and so on, has been recorded in some books, and now it needs to be talked about more in the Web.

One of the main problems of the many is that the past of Apartheid has not still been properly confronted, justly and fully addressed. Corruption and racism are deeply embedded deep within the present society. Both these social evils are working in tandem to conceal, effectively, the many tears that had been shed from the murderous and insane abuses of Apartheid onto the souls and society of Africans. Many of the core apartheid machinery's most senior functionaries still remain within the army, the police, the secret services and the civil services.

The present ANC leadership is beholden to its former masters and are compromised because they too still harbor secrets and abuses which leave them open to blackmail and manipulation. They are fully in cahoots with the past regime in a myriad ways. The collusion between the former Apartheid Masters and their present oppressed ANC government need to be put into a much more clearer perspectives in the future. Apartheid has and is alive and still decimating the African population through one of the most horrific racist social engineering techniques of modern times in South Africa.

In the middle, between the Masters(Apartheid Regime) and the Slave drivers(ANC) , are the poor and repressed, depressed and oppressed African Masses crying and in a schizophrenic way, give loyalty and support to their detractors — more specifically, the ANC government: which, and leaves the people are now wondering about as to what type of government they have put in power, which during its 20+ year rule, the ANC has been foreshadowed by time constraints, managerial shortcomings, bungled social engineering efforts, corruption, inefficiencies.

Also, lacking-in-experience in governance and a myriad of other failures, cronyism, nepotism and with this has drawn towards itself attack form their former masters as they, too, cover their atrocities which they have dealt the African society, and now the African society has been left to its own means — meanwhile sustained criticism is consistently laid on the Door of the ANC administration and all those that voted them into power.

South Africa's Hidden War Within

In the paragraph above, the definition for genocide has been cited from the — Random House Dictionary to be able to unveil the curtain of what is called the political miracle that is the "New South Africa" is like, and this will be helpful in putting into perspective the hidden history of the Apartheid's past and unstable and horrible concrete reality faced by the African masses.

The release of Mandela from prison in Robben Island did not end Apartheid, nor was he becoming the First African President of the country since the coming of the European Settlers meant that the African people were free; his release merely sub-ducted the Afrikaner past and atrocities into the underbelly of turbulent contemporary South African society. A lot is known about the previous Apartheid regime when it was in 'plain sight,' as a regional power and a government, but as to how it got there, what did it do in the waning days of its last gasp and where it is lodged now, is a very hard thing to do, and simply less known. It is important to begin by looking first overall Apartheid's Total, as a desperate measure applied by the regime in various stages and areas of social endeavors, throughout the South African Social life and within the African milieu.

The collapse of the Portuguese colonial empire in Mozambique(now Maputo) and Angola in 1974, and then, six years later, the minority regime in Rhodesia(now Zimbabwe), made way for independent African governments. The leaders of these countries were committed to opposing Apartheid and to giving all possible support to the Majority Africans within and outside South Africa. Inside South Africa, police repression had been so harsh that it successfully eliminated all African opposition to apartheid.

In the mid-sixties, ANC had launched a series of moves trying to infiltrate some guerrillas into the country but they were crushed in what got to be known as the Wankie wars; in this case, Ian Smith played a very crucial role in intercepting the fighters as they tried to pass through the then Rhodesia(Zimbabwe). But the police shootings of the youth protesters in Soweto, in June 1976 helped to swell the ANC ranks and the onset of guerrilla attacks within the country.

The challenge to white domination emerged at many levels - African protest and guerrilla activity at home, the new African governments opposed to Apartheid on its borders, and intensified international pressures through sanctions and boycotts, made it necessary to conceive of a strategy.

The total strategy doctrine conceived and applied by the Botha government was an attempt to counter each of these multi-pronged attacks on it , that they relied heavily on their military machinery and also on the intelligence and police apparatus. Botha's government decided to implement a strategy by which modifications in the structure of Apartheid were to be carried out behind a shield of aggressive military and various other covert and overt means which set the stage for systematic oppression that has lasted to this day. This was orchestrated and managed by the Broederbond and other state apparatuses

The Broederbond, Military, Police and the Security Forces

The National Party that came to power in 1948 was a vehicle of Afrikaner Nationalism, the political expression of the interests and attitudes of a large majority of Afrikaner workers, farmers, businessmen, lower-level civil servants, and Professionals. After the defeat of the Afrikaner Republics in the Anglo-Boer War, at the turn of the century, and their incorporation into the united South Africa, Afrikaners found themselves in the bottom ranks of White society. English-speaking whites, who were generally better educated and trained, and with their ties to British capital, dominated the social and economic structures.

The leaders of the National Party embarked on a campaign to weld the Afrikaner Volk together and thereby regain political power. Under the guidance of the Broederbond, a secret society of select Afrikaner leaders, ideological cohesiveness to promote the Volk through the National Party was provided by linking Afrikaner churches, cultural organizations, and trade unions. A populist tone was adopted, reflecting the subordinate economic and political position of Afrikaner among Whites.

Local English-speaking capitalists and their allies, foreign investors, were castigated both for exploiting the country for their private gains and for promoting the "Black Peril" — the threat of whites being swamped by Africans. After World War II, the issue of the "black peril" took on greater urgency. The United Party, then in power with General Jan Smuts as prime minister, was seeking a means whereby the African urban population could be incorporated permanently into areas of the country which had been reserved for whites and become a settled labor force. This did not sit well with the Afrikaner public, and they rallied the base for the 1948 vote.

The Broederbond - The Hidden Boer Warlords