16th of April 2016
I see that political analyst, Dr Somadoda Fikeni, said on Thursday that the Guptas, had an amateurish, grotesque, and in your face, corrosive approach” and “they became way too excited about their proximity to the president.”
Gupta family are amateurs says political analyst
I tend to agree with him.
See, money and success changes people. Billionaires have a different mind-set and a different view of the world. Friedrich Nietzsche called it "Der Wille zur Macht" or "the will to power".
Billionaires don’t stop when they have made a few million or even a billion. They never stop. Most billionaires are working very hard, but don’t see it as work, rather as a labour of love. They work from 05h00 in the morning until 22h00 at night seven days a week. They hardly ever take any breaks. To them there is no difference between “job” and “private life”. There is no difference between “work colleagues” and “friends”. It is all the same. It is all one big merged passion that drives them.
Problem is they become so rich and successful that they feel themselves equal to God. That is the point where they become all philanthropic, socialistic and want to better the world. They feel the world cannot function without them and actually worships them. They feel untouchable and if they own the world.
Then you get a bunch of corrupt criminals like the Russian oligarchs or the Guptas who also became billionaires albeit not through hard work, but rather through theft. They also start to think they are equal to God and are untouchable, but mostly they believe that THEY own the world and can do with it what they want.
And so it came that the Guptas started to believe that they own South Africa and could do with it what they wanted. This pissed of a few REAL billionaires; the ones who REALLY own South Africa (and the world for that matter). The Guptas became too big for their shoes. They had to be put back into their place. It was time to whack the mole.
Suddenly a few strings were pulled in the background that set a machine in motion; a machine so powerful that it made the little Guptas look like Kindergarten children and wannabe upstarts who got their peepees whacked.
These REAL world powers, (Rothschilds, Rockefellers, CFR, Trilateral Commission, Royal Institute of International Affairs, et al…) , disappointed by the happenings in SA and who expected “a better show” dispatched their agent (Johann Rupert) from England and sent him to South Africa to sort out the naughty boys like the naval officer who arrived on the island in “Lord of the Flies” and quickly reduced the powerful, savage boy Jack Merridew to nothing but a sobbing child.
Suddenly, synchronized and almost like one man the banks, the auditors and the stock exchange sponsors turned their backs on the Guptas in South Africa. Wouldn’t touch them with a barge pole.
I mean “State Capture”? What were the Guptas thinking? Don’t they know who really owns South Africa? The Guptas learned their lesson quickly and realized their place in the bigger scheme of things.
Like overconfident amateurs they tried to play in a league far above their own. Then reality replaced bullshit fantasy and they realized who they were really up against. In no time they were reduced to sobbing little boys who ran away with their tails between their legs.