Margaret Thatcher and PW Botha.

Margaret Thatcher - Comment on 2013 April 8

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At Margaret Thatcherís time as politician communism was still in full swing and was still very much everywhere striving for domination. Margaret Thatcher was basically the only leading politician at that time who resolutely and single-mindedly pursued her aim to fight this scourge of mankind. Read more:

A lot is written today about Margaret Thatcher, 13th October 1925 to 8th April 2013, and I want to emphasize here this politicianís effort to combat atheism.

Now the worst forms of atheism have been National Socialism and communism.

At Margaret Thatcherís time as politician communism was still in full swing and was still very much everywhere striving for domination.

Margaret Thatcher was basically the only leading politician at that time who resolutely and single-mindedly pursued her aim to fight this scourge of mankind.

She fought that scourge of mankind in her own country very successfully, and liberated her country form the crippling effects of communism.

But she did the same on a worldwide scale and did this very consistently, especially compared to other leading politicians of her time, who rather acted in conformity of what they thought the spirit of the age was demanding and here I think especially of Reagan and Kohl.

Communism was waging wars all over the world. The cold war was called cold war because it was a cold war for those people who framed this expression. For the rest of the world it was often a very hot war.

I will take Africa here as an example. There were several wars going on in Africa. People were fighting for their freedom and tried not to become slaves to Moscow. In South Africa the government successfully managed to remain free from being dominated by the Soviet Union.

The Soviet Union collapsed at the beginning of the last decade of the previous century and that was exactly the time until the South African government under PW Botha managed to keep its country out of the reach of this evil empire.

The presidency of PW Botha lasted until 1989 and 1989 was the year when the wall in Berlin came down and communism lost its credibility on a worldwide scale. PW Botha fought just up to the right moment. And South Africa remained a free country and its people remained free and that was because now, 1989, the power of the Soviet Union was broken und could no longer enslave people. PW Botha was the real freedom fighter of that country.

And he did not just achieve the freedom of his country and its people, he also achieved the freedom of those people who followed him in governing that country. Had the Soviet Unit continued to exist after that time of change in South Africa, a purge would have taken place among those people who now govern South Africa and all those comrades who refused to toe the line determined by Moscow would have been eliminated, killed, sent to labour camps.

The leaders of todayís South Africa are quite aware of this real freedom fighter of South Africa and when PW Botha died 2006 they honoured him, and the president of South Africa at that time was present at the funeral of PW Botha.

The best way to picture from what South Africa escaped is to remember all the agonies countries like Angola and Mozambique went through.

Margaret Thatcher supported that freedom fight of South Africa because she was able to see the whole picture and act in a way that facilitated freedom in a specific region and therefore everywhere. She was a free person herself and did not succumb to people who are atheists or their ignorant followers.

Reagan was a man who thought it necessary to support the effort of the Soviet Union to enslave South Africa, and Kohl did the same and despised PW Botha, but he even was quite happy with the enslavement of his own people in his own country and instead of doing something to liberate his own people behind the iron curtain, he fostered good relationships with the slave masters, who at that time were still sending tanks into the Baltic states to suppress uprisings against them. Kohl, the hypocrite, became a hero of German unity, but only after it no longer hurt his friends, the slave masters.

Kohl, the hypocrite, called upon the German people to resist dictatorships, and that was on the 20th of July 1994, 50 years after Stauffenberg, and in the same month he rolled out the red carpet for the leaders of the largest dictatorship in the world, a dictatorship that still today enslaves the largest nation.

Margaret Thatcher was quite a woman.

 

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