The government has been caught with its hand in the till. The Dutch / ICC did the worst thing they could ever do.... embarrass a black. Retribution (payback) is required - its a cultural thing.
This again goes to prove that the international community has no idea how Africa works. They have this concept from a black that was educated in their own communities, and achieved. They look at Martin Luther King, Bill Cosby, Oprah Winfrey and have decided ALL are the same. Well, hello Cyril, they're not and never will be.
If you actually look at these 'leaders' that are the pinnacle of black success they in turn failed horrendously:
Martin Luther King wanted black freedom - he was actually hoping to convert them Islam (real reason for assassination)
Has Bill Cosby ever been to South Africa, and chugged down with the bro's? He won't even do that at home!!!
Oprah Winfrey starts a school here and leaves it in the hands of the locals - who abuse the children.....
Whitney Houston opens a racially endorsed company - Pepsi - to help the community. It only employs 30-odd workers, AND goes belly-up due to gross mismanagement and fraud.
You cannot believe the quantity of fraud by the local leaders of success. On top of that, they would rather have a R50 million (US$10 million) wedding, a R800 000 party than alleviate the poverty of their own, but I digress
As it is, they are trying to implement a complete media clampdown, under the auspices that the media constantly misinform the public, and have no internal control. The actual reasoning is that the media constantly asks the same questions on huge criminal(ist) activities that never get resolved, or wiped away. Things never get done, or take forever, or are resolved underhandedly.
The media was clamped in 1996/7/8 insofar as reporting on crime in the country and black on white crimes specifically. Their limits were put to a percentage of the actual value, and even more limited on a national scale. A LOT of crime does get resolved - but these are basic crimes - armed robbery, fraud, murder, ATM bombings, hijacking, illegal gold and diamond business, drugs etc. These are 'general' crimes. Hate / Race crimes, leading to genocide are a different story. the numbers for the resolutions are excessively poor - Example : Take 2 000 murders, arrest 300 suspects, charge 50, sentence 8. 8 out of 2 000 equates to 0.003%. Ludicrous!!!
Now there are TWO bills being promulgated before parliament. They are both media clampdowns on the "truth".
The first is the initiation of "classified" information in regards to the Judicial system. Any embarrassing criminal activity coming to the fore for the ruling power and its cohorts, can and will be muzzled immediately - fraud, genocide, hate crime, rape, etc. This clampdown will also go as far as protecting personal information i.e. - the president marrying wife number 20, any of his peers buying a new limousine, going on expensive overseas holidays, hijacking companies etc.
The second bill be based on the distribution of information relative to the government directly and the armed forces. The media will not be able to tell the public that the SWC 2010 cost them R60 Billion plus, or that the nuclear power project failed - even though it cost us R9 billion, that we have three subs costing R5+ billion each, and no staff to run them, that the defense force has no money for fuel, that white AND black staff are resigning left and right.
One of the countries loudmouths (mentioned in previous blogs), has called for the closure of Twitter due to people using his name and making a mockery of him. This is a CIVIL action, and should not be used as a tool against the public by the government. But alas, I can see it happening, and even against FaceBook, Digg, YouTube etc. I wouldn't be surprised to see the Internet being shutdown in its entirety.
Let this be a warning to the rest of the world. You scratched in stuff you knew NOTHING about. You were appeased. You refuse to scratch now, short of making statements that cause problems. You better be appeased by the stance of the oppressed minority.