South Africa – The Issue is Leadership for Our Common Future

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Local Election Results

The Issue Is Leadership for Our Common Future



Ramasimong Phillip Tsokolilbane

12 August 2016

The most important truth about the recent local elections is that—despite a long, vicious, and still ongoing campaign of regime change directed against our national government by foreign powers, led by the British Empire and the government of its asset, American President Barack Obama—the Zuma government remains in power. That means it still has time to correct errors in its political and economic policy. But it is running out of time and chances to do so.

While the local elections could not oust our President, there can be little doubt that the foreign regime-changers were active in using the elections platform to attempt to weaken the ability of the government to rule effectively through the ANC. Those manipulations, along with the growing unease over deteriorating economic conditions, must serve as a warning to South African patriots, and to the President himself, of the heavy work ahead required to shape the next Presidency as an instrument for national progress.

I speak for those patriots, and I speak as the representative of the movement of American statesman Lyndon LaRouche, the world’s leading physical economist—as a fighter for a new just world economic order. I will not shirk my duty to speak the truth, and say what must be done.

We must sharply identify the foreign powers that are subverting South Africa, starting with the City of London and the British Empire, and their toadies in the Obama Administration, led by the murderer-in-chief, asset Barack Obama. These are the enemies of the people of South Africa, just as the Chinese and the BRICS nations as a whole (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) are our country’s most reliable friends. The LaRouche movement has nailed the regime-changers and their murderous and genocidal intent. I have placed considerable relevant documentation before the public. (See especially the publications listed at the conclusion of my article, ‘To Stop Regime Change, Dump the British Empire!’ here: ) The Zuma government knows these facts; it must quickly make use of them.

President Zuma, and those in the ANC who back him, must declare to the South African people, loud and clear, their support for an economic development program powered by nuclear and then fusion power—the program of China’s New Silk Road and its ‘One Belt, One Road’ policy. Rather than bow and scrape to the Empress of the Brutish Commonwealth, our leaders must walk erect, as men and women, into a new just world economic order led by our BRICS allies, the Russia of President Vladimir Putin and the China of President Xi. We mean to have productive jobs for all of our people, while putting an end to the tyranny of a corrupt, dying trans-Atlantic financial system led by the City of London and Wall Street. That system is already crashing down, and is floating precariously in a sea of money being pumped out by its central banks.

To save our people, we must throw aside this money system, and cancel its mass of unpayable debts and gambling bets, in favour of the kind of credit-based system that invests in our future prosperity. The BRICS New Development Bank is the seed crystal and model for the system that will unleash an unprecedented growth in creative human productive potential.

The failure of the Zuma government to spell out to our citizens a clear vision of a future of peace and progress that can change the dismal present conditions, allows the traitors and agents of the British Empire to confuse and demoralise our people. ‘Where there is no vision, the people perish’. So warned the great American President Lincoln. I might add, that without such vision, expressed clearly and with passion, the people will follow fools made important by the money of foreign regime-changers and their media sewers. If the London Economist or the Wall Street Journal supports or admires a political figure, one can say with certainty that such a person is an enemy of the human race.

These are the times that require bold, future-directed leadership. To defeat a foreign-directed regime change, our Presidency must embody—and effectively project—vision and leadership. The recent election results reveal a restless people longing for such bold leadership. Will President Zuma and the faction of the ANC that supports him, rise to this challenge to lead? No more wasting time! We must decide now to live for and in the future, or we will likely die as a nation in the near-term present.


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