03 February 2016
Blacks and liberals and their nostalgia for Apartheid
By Mike Smith
3rd of February 2016
As the ANC’s misrule, theft and corruption increases on a daily basis, so the Nostalgia for Apartheid is rising exponentially.
I see the MSM regurgitated an article about Emeritus Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu who scolded and warned the ANC a year ago and told them that the ANC was worse than the Apartheid government.
Desmond Tutu says Jacob Zuma and the ANC worse than Apartheid government
Of course this is nothing new. From 1995 to 2013 the amount of blacks saying Apartheid was better doubled - a result which analysts attributed to crime and unemployment.
In 2013 a study was conducted by Afrobarometer in September and October on behalf of the Institute for Democracy in South Africa, Ghana's Centre for Democratic Development and Michigan State University, which found that one in five blacks gave the Apartheid government the thumbs up. In 1995 only one in ten blacks approved of the Apartheid government.
More SA Blacks Are Saying Apartheid Life Was Better
Experts like Professor Bob Mattes of Afrobarometer are talking about “a large minority of blacks who felt abandoned” and says the state should be worried at a growing "de-linkage" between ruler and ruled.
"They are not looking to go back to apartheid, but as time passes you tend to forget the negative things and emphasise the things that you had then and don't have now, such as law and order and jobs. Apartheid was a harsh, repressive, but seemingly efficient government which made the trains run on time."
Further…In 2013 the leading black academic Prof. Rabelani Dagada, PhD shocked attendees at a debate at Wits University when he declared ” It (Apartheid education) was far better in terms of quality than the education that our kids are receiving nowadays”
Of course he would know seeing that he got his education during the Apartheid era and none of the black academics and professionals in SA who got their degrees under Apartheid Education will admit that their education was “inferior”. Quite the contrary. They are extremely proud of their qualifications.
But it is not just the opposition to the ANC that says Apartheid education was better. The ANC themselves admitted it.
In a candid affidavit during a court case in 2013, the head of the Eastern Cape education department (Mthunywa Ngonzo) has admitted his department is an utter failure, with no decision-making capability, poor leadership and no financial controls.
Nothing works – Eastern Cape head of education
Due to the ANC’s rubbish racists policies of Affirmative Action, which Prof. Rabelani Dagada calls “Anti-white racism”, there were more than 7000 teacher vacancies in the Eastern Cape, of which about 2000 were filled with temporary teachers, some of whom were not paid last year.
But it is not just the recent critics of President (yours not mine) Jacob Zuma who says that Apartheid was better.
The liberal twat and Polezno Idiot extrodinaire, Helen Suzman, said in 2004, when Dear Thabo was Prez, that democracy was better under Apartheid than under the ANC
Said Black Sash Helen…”This government spends 'like a drunken sailor'. Instead of investing in projects to give people jobs, they spend millions buying weapons and private jets, and sending gifts to Haiti."
Fortunately for her she never saw Zuma at the helm, because she died on New Year’s Day 2009. Zuma took office in May of that year. I wonder what she would have said today.
And then who can forget the illustrious ANC puppet Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini who said two months ago that Blacks are destroying South Africa
King praises Apartheid regime
“The National Party, he said, had built a powerful government with the strongest economy and army on the continent, but then came “this so-called democracy” in which black people started destroying the gains of the past.”