Hmmm... Interesting... You don't have time to read other people's posts, but you expect them to read yours?
I suggest perhaps you read through the thread... and if you still feel the way you do, then we can discuss it?
My guess is you 're not going to return to this thread, but let's respond anyway:
The "example with evidence" (On 27 April a list with 10 grievences [sic] was to be handed
...) is a biased experience with preconceived
notions of the situation. It's also interesting that your description also left out important details, such as the year. Was this on 27 April 2007 or
27 April 2004 or 27 April 1984? It makes it difficult to crosscheck the event, and get different opinions. In the picture we can see the red T-shirts
worn by those controlling the crowd showing the "10 Years democracy" logo, which leads us to believe that it may be 2004? The fact that there are
also people wearing these similiar T-shirts, and controlling the crowd leads us to believe that this was actually an organized gathering, and not just
a random "riot" as the paragraph would like us to believe.
There were "more than 1,000" black people after 10-15 minutes
"? Did you count them? Also interesting that you heard them "chanting and
singing Umkhonto weSizwe [sic] songs
"... Do you know all Umkhonto we Sizwe (the supposed "terrorists") songs by heart?
Where's the actual video the "photographic evidence" is taken from? Why put up a few nonsensical photographs if you have a complete video? All I
see is protesters doing what they usually do... The "chopping arm" move is so typical of this sort of "toi-toi"-ing crowd; it's not even funny.
(It was also a move popular with ravers in the 90's
As for "Siener van Rensburg"... His prophesies are the same as those of Nostradamus. Open for interpretation, and only accurate "after the fact".
One of the very few interpretations are those of Adriaan Snyman, and the "believers" hang on to his interpretations, and his interpretations only,
never mind how biased they may be. Have you ever asked the question what makes Adriaan Snyman the expert and the authority on deciphering
"prophecies"? Or should we just believe him because it's what he does?
As for the video of "Farms being destroyed"... A farm was BOUGHT by the government and given to black owners to continue a successful farming
business. The new owners had no farming or management skills. Yes. That's a very sad story, and the fault lies clearly with the government. But it's
a very far cry to use as "evidence of Uhuru".
As for this theory: "What happens to rumours? Some people believe them! So what? If you have 40 million black people of which half have heard
"the rumour" then you have 20 million. If on 1 in ten believe it you have 2 million who believe it. Let's assume only 1 in 10 of that remainder
then are prepared to execute the plan... that gives us 200 000!
That's some pretty wild assumptions. Is it based on some sort of static or one or other sort of calculation? I understand the point you were trying
to make with "crowds grow", which is true in many "cases" but no rule of thumb.
You just said that only 1 in 10 is willing to execute the plan... Did the rest of the "growing crowd" now change their mind? And you're forgetting
the important logistics of the whole "scheme"... In such randomness the whole (supposed) "Uhuru" would fail because we're not certain who's in
with the scheme and who's out?
So, in the end, your page (or at least the page you wish us to read) shows NO evidence of Uhuru. Just half-truths twisted to fit your ideas and
I suggest that if you're planning to convince people that Uhuru is real, you should do some more research, and that you don't just cause fear, but
also give some sort of "solution". What your site is doing now, is causing panic. You don't give a solution. If your solution is to join the
right-wing "Boere Afrikaner" Yahoo group, then there's still not much hope, because they just continue the fear mongering. Perhaps Afrikaners
should stop feeling sorry for themselves, and talking fear into each other? All they can do at "braais" is talk about how bad the situation in the
country is, and get each other even more depressed, spiralling down to the slump some Afrikaners is in right now.
What now South Africa?
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may help you, or
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