South Africa Land of Thieves and Corrupt Dark Forces

South Africa

South Africa is fast becoming the land of thieves as dark, corrupt forces continue to disregard laws and international boundaries. In any other country in the world, improper actions of any military personnel would be investigated and dealt with, but not in South Africa. Everybody blames President Jacob Zuma and rightly so, as the man of the moment, in charge of turning the country into a first-world democracy, has messed up.

Everybody is intent on stealing as much as possible, and while there is a Commission of Inquiry into an arms deal, the real fallout of the actual arms corruption is not being dealt with appropriately. Entertainment between military personal and politicians never ceases to end, and it is the politicians who are seemingly at the bidding of the generals.

A new report details cover-ups, intelligence breaches and theft of military plans, as well as secret nuclear deals with extremist groups in the country. Major intelligence agencies have begun leaking top secret information which says that Johannesburg is rated as a prominent and flourishing station of international undercover activities.

Leaked information details how spies in Pretoria, a suburb in Gauteng, South Africa, hid facts about Israel’s obtaining stolen South African weapon plans. Stolen information from Denel was offered to the undercurrents of the corruption and crime world, but in 2010, two men were arrested after the police, following tips about the plan, set up a trap to ensnare the perpetrators. There has been a leak of secret communications from 2006 up until last year between South Africa intelligence staff and unsavory people around the world. Leaks detailing al-Qaeda and Islamic states, among others, were noted. Spy agencies around the world have been affected or, at least, will suffer a severe blow to secret information.

Perhaps one of the most critical leaks was that of documents about Iran approaching South Africa leadership to manipulate a way around imposed  international sanctions by Western powers. According to reports, the former president of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki, met with Iranian officials who requested help for their nuclear program. The recent leaks also detailed accounts of North Korean spies calling on South Africa for assistance.

The current report is one of the worst security leaks and can place South Africa in a precarious position, considering the international sanctions against Iranian bodies. Careful consideration is called for by opposition government parties who view the risk of South Africa being slapped with sanctions should proof of negotiating contracts with such countries be detailed. Mbeki was unavailable for comment, and the African National Congress (ANC) Presidency spokesperson, Mac Maharaj, declined to comment.

The rule of law has been compromised in South Africa, and it would appear as if the entire ANC government continues to play in the contaminated environment. The security leaks are fast becoming a situation that pervades the whole security system of South Africa. Based on the destructive behavior in Parliament last week, it would appear to the world that South Africa is on the brink of destruction.

South Africa has become a backwater infested with large groups of thieves and criminals. Criminals and thieves employed in state structures are cloaked in the law, abusing the legal system in order to steal on a magnitude seldom heard.

Various people have suffered because of the corrupt persons with insatiable appetites for stealing and an inherent laziness pertaining to work. Institutions such as the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), which has been described by retired Judge Johan Kriegler as a corrupt organization, are one of the main instigators of all these corrupt actions. It is known that documents are falsified to assist these criminals in plundering.

South Africa has, since 1994, steadily started losing its luster, and today, criminals zoom in on South Africa as it appears that criminality rules. The president was charged with over 700 charges of fraud. Zuma is a man who has been implicated in nearly every dark deed that has come to the fore. Zuma is the man to whom the African National Congress (ANC) bows. Indeed, South Africa is the land of thieves controlled by the dark forces of corruption.

Opinion by Laura Oneale

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7 Responses to "South Africa Land of Thieves and Corrupt Dark Forces"

  1. SFF   August 31, 2015 at 7:14 am

    Unfortunately all of modern day Islam has been captured by the Radical Wing war machine. Why won’t their moderated religious leaders call or order them to stop hostilities in the Middle East and abroad? Why would they as true believers of their religious elders not listen to them? Because they agree with this war-like conquering vision of their religion or they (the moderates ) have been effectively conquered and the only thing spearing them from beheadings “is their religion”. This is what unites them and this is why I say the spread of Islam is the “spread of religocide/genocide wolrd wide”.

    Look what they recently did at the Palmyra Temple in Syria, which dated back to the first and second Century and was a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They destroyed it and beheaded the 81 year old caretaker. Who needs Auschwitz, don’t need to build anything, no trace reminder of the past, no mess.

  2. Andre   February 26, 2015 at 10:37 pm

    “Besides cowardice, their principal fault is thieving, – a disposition which they never fail to evince; and nothing comes amiss to them, from wholesale robbery to petty prigging. Like the true coward, too, they are bullies when they meet those more timid than themselves.” – (Hutchinson’s Africa, Vol. II., page 22.)

  3. SA-Expat   February 26, 2015 at 12:51 am

    The quality of research behind an article which describes Pretoria, one of the three capitals and the de facto national capital of South Africa as “a suburb of Gauteng”, should be seriously questioned along with the veracity of its content.

  4. ChampCarforlife   February 24, 2015 at 5:27 pm


    • JW Appling   February 25, 2015 at 12:17 pm

      There was no people in south Africa till after it was settled by white people. The tribes came down from the North after it was settled. Maybe the Blacks should go north.

    • littlelucybug   February 25, 2015 at 11:01 pm

      this land does not belong to black or white people but to the Khoi San people who were actually here first. Read a history book for once and get your facts straight before you say something stupid. If you want land why not go back to North Africa where you came from and claim land there

  5. Nasdaq7   February 24, 2015 at 4:11 pm

    Well isn’t this what you wanted liberals? I can’t understand?

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