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The supporters of the president of the United States in South Africa waged a war they hoped to win, but were not successful.

No regime change in South Africa - Comment on 2016 August 5

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South Africa remains a full democracy and is governed by a party that seems to lay particular stress on also retaining democracy within its party so that autocratic figures are prevented to gain the upper hand. Read more:

Despite great efforts to achieve regime change in South Africa, the election on the 3rd of August 2016 has shown that the people of that country can resist the attempt to destroy their freedom.

With a majority of over 50 per cent they voted for the present governing party and therefore for its policy to remain independent of the evil influence coming from Washington.

The administration of the White House exerted an enormous pressure on that country and it failed to achieve any kind of regime change.

The supporters of the president of the United States in South Africa waged a war they hoped to win, but were not successful.

Their slogan was change and this attempt to achieve a regime change just proved them to be the useful idiots of Lenin and Stalin and Obama.

Then entire media of South Africa waged war against their own country and tried to determine the thinking of its people and the result was, again, that the people retained their sound thinking and did not let themselves be hypnotized by this war.

For decades this situation has not changed. The evil South African media launch their atheistic attempts to make South Africa become an atheistic country and their aims are again and again rejected by the voters.

This was the case under the government of the National Party and has not changed under the government of the African National Congress.

Both governments successfully managed to stay out of the attempt of dictatorial systems to gain control over South Africa.

The government of the National Party, particularly under P. W. Botha, resisted right to the last moment of the existence of the Soviet Union to fall prey to this evil system.

And this evil system of the Soviet Union was, 20 years after its demise, replaced by the evil system of Obama, and also under these circumstances the country of South Africa was well managed and very well recognized the thread it was under and handled it well and did so even without having to fall back on authoritarian methods.

South Africa remains a full democracy and is governed by a party that seems to lay particular stress on also retaining democracy within its party so that autocratic figures are prevented to gain the upper hand.

And most of the parties that voted for regime change à la Obama seem to be missing exactly this aspect of their party structures.

The other BRICS states are also under huge pressure, but South Africa seems to be the only one that was able to maintain its democratic environment.

The president and his government manage to avoid annoying Obama directly but do what is best for their country and not what Obama wants.

One example is that they simply do not let the Dalai Lama, the mouth piece of Obama scolding Putin, into their country, and do so without discussing the reasons for it in public.

Another is that they do not polemize against the Americans, but that is done by the secretary general of the governing party who is not part of the government. He declares the American embassy in Pretoria to be the centre of instigating regime change.

In Brazil this arranging of regime change was successful, as it was successful in countries like the Ukraine and Libya and Egypt and Syria and caused great suffering and still does so.

India seems to be all alright since America wants that massive market place, but Russia is under enormous pressure and China simply strengthens it autocratic system.

But the rest of the world can only live under seemingly peace by worshipping Obama, and countries, which do not fall in line, fall under the politics of regime change.

 

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