Mashe from South Africa suggests there is more to the South African secrecy bill than meets the eye and wishes us to be aware of it.
I’ve just logged on to the the 2012 Scenario website and I came across the South Africa secrecy bill topic.
I don’t think the situation in South Africa is as easy as it seems. You need to reside here to understand exactly what is going on on the ground.
The media in South Africa is controlled by corporate (Illuminati) interests and is very manipulative. They hide behind press freedom to advance their masters’ propaganda and confuse the people.
This country is a very fragile country considering were we come from (a very brutal history) and the media in this country are not doing anything to help. They play a more divisive role and people are buying it.
Now I urge you to go to the ground and take a deeper look into South Africa and its politics without any fear or favour and you will realise that there are a lot of problems that need to be sorted out to better the future of this country and the media is not playing that role.
I am not against press freedom, but I am not surprised that this bill was passed by the South African government.
A lot of work still needs to be done to put South Africa in the right direction, e.g. racial equality, wealth redistribution, quality of life improvement. The South African government is also failing its people on many fronts but things will get better at some stage.
The media needs to act responsibly and stop targeting certain racial groups and spreading doom and gloom about this country that I have come to love so much. It has so much potential but not whilst it is controlled by those who don’t like to see change and accept that Apartheid is over.
Drawing parallels to this bill and Apartheid is a gross exaggeration of the situation by the media that is itself guilty of being in bed with the apartheid government in the past, we need to move beyond this manipulation and the ANC government needs to rethink their position on restricting media freedom, but the media in South Africa also need to rid themselves of manipulation by Illuminati and those who use them as a proxy to advance their interests.