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By Mike Smith
16th of February 2016
The other day, an Indian fellow from Durbs asked me what I thought of Thabo Mbeki’s recent open letter where he denied a political conspiracy against Zuma when he wanted to sack him to prevent him from becoming president and if I thought Mbeki would make a comeback.
Mbeki denies political conspiracy against Zuma
After the ANC’s power struggle at their 2007 Polokwane coference, I predicted that the firing of Mbeki and the choice of Zuma as ANC president would pave the way for the ANC’s decline
The ANC has been in decline ever since and their current support is at record lows.
My exact words were: “Mbeki’s biggest mistake was to try and keep two sides happy at the same time. He was trying to tow the Liberal, Capitalist West line while at the same time keeping the Communists at bay.”
The Stalinists Communists wanted their bloody revolution. Mbeki the Trotskyite believed in the Fabian Socialist way. Slicing the Salami slowly every day so that nobody sees your end goal and real agenda.
Mbeki was too slow for the Commies who feared a counter revolution from the Lumpenproletariat in the townships to whom they have made too many empty promises they knew they could not keep. That is why the SACP, the ANCYL (with Malema in those days), the ANC Women’s league all supported Zuma.
I said that Mbeki was doing a Zimbabwe in slow-motion. Zuma would fast track it. Look at how he passed the expropriation of property bill recently.
I even predicted that Zuma would become president two years later, which he did. I also predicted that he would become a dictator like Mugabe and ditch the very people who helped him to power. All of it came true. ANC MP’s feel Zuma threw them under the bus.
The ANC MP’s feel betrayed by Zuma
My exact words in 2007 were: “There is no doubt in my mind that after Zuma wins the presidency of the ANC, he will keep the ANC going for two years until he becomes president of South Africa. After that, he will discard the ANC and become a second Mugabe, and the SACP will finally have won.”
When conservative whites said that things could not get worse under Zuma than it was under Mbeki, I laughed. They said: It was time for a change
I said: “You aint seen nothing yet. Start thinking about contingencies; start thinking “Worst Case Scenario”…Bad, just got worse!”
At the time, I was more worried about Afrikaners who fell for Zuma’s sweet talking .
The FreedomFront Minus leader, Pieter Mulder had no shame to accept a position as deputy minister in Zuma’s cabinet. Other celebrities and prominent Afrikaners went and had a braai with Zuma. They thought they could talk to him.
Tja…I felt like the lone voice crying out in the wilderness.
The thing is…you have to let people be. They must learn from their mistakes.
Today I am exonerated. People have woken up. People are shouting out, “Zuma Must Fall” and “ANC Must Fall”. Banners are erected on buildings calling for the idiot to fall. The end of the ANC is nigh.
Liberals are even contemplating bringing Mbeki back. Max du Preez: Come Back Thabo! (Almost) all is forgiven
Prof. Pierre de Vos: Can Mbeki make a comeback?
Sunday Times: 'We need Mbeki's wisdom to rescue SA', says Mathews Phosa
Yes why not. As I told my Indian friend…I fully support Mbeki’s comeback. I am a secret admirer of Mbeki.
Back in the days when he was president, he and his health minister, Manto the Bantu , with their conspiracy theories, denialism and idiotic AIDS policies killed 300, 000 blacks every year.
Wit Wolf Barend Strydom killed eight blacks on Tuesday 15 of November 1988 with a 9mm Beretta and was called a racist and white supremacist.
Mbeki killed 800 every day with Garlic and Beetroot and liberals fawn over him. They think he is a hero.
Think about it…800 a day…With only garlic and beetroot. Bwha!!! Respect. I mean you have to admire the man.
No wonder liberals cheer for his comeback.