Well, it's been mentioned before, but as the OP points out, "Krugersdorp" is only mentioned in passing, and I wonder about the veracity of such
Waterkloof air base is another name often heard in SA conspiracy circles, and it's not only regarded as a site of CIA activity, but also of chemtrails
aimed at weather control, and thus of rain and food control.
Julius Malema famously took a downward spiral when he called for the invasion of Botswana, because that stable country apparently planned to build a
base for "the Imperialists" (in Malema's parlance that probably means fore-mostly the USA).
Apartheid-era SA certainly had nuclear weapons, and while it gained a cultural pariah status, it was also seen politically as a major ally to First
World powers during the Cold War.
Today SA is still involved in the arms business, and despite its public overtures to China and Marxist and Islamic dictatorships, its biggest arms
trading partner is the US.
Of course only a few fat cats are benefiting, just as with our corrupt R60 Billion arm's deal.
Rumor has it that Zimbabwe's advanced secret police has been active in SA for a couple of years now.
They've been assassinating critics of the Zanu-PF for a while in SA, and they may even have instigated xenophobic violence.
At first under Mbeki the ANC was happy to turn a blind eye.
But now it seems Zanu-PF may be calling the shots.
It appears that behind the scenes the ANC and Zanu-PF are in a full-scale cat-fight:
Zanu PF, ANC at war
By Richard Chidza, Staff Writer
President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF and some secret service agents have been fingered by the African National Congress (ANC) in a sinister plot to
derail that country’s economy by fanning mines unrest.
The Daily News reported on Monday that the ruling party (Zanu PF) is on a $100 million mission to weaken perceived opponents through a raft of dirty
strategies including sting operations.
The latest allegations emerged following an ANC national executive committee (NEC) meeting in Midrand, Gauteng at the weekend where tougher action was
called against the mayhem, which has resulted in the death of nearly 50 people, including two policemen.
This also comes amid strong suspicions that Zanu PF is funding the activities of expelled former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema, accused of
sowing seeds of discontent among SA’s poor — in a futile bid to derail Zuma’s re-election and his mediation efforts to the Zimbabwean crisis.
An ANC, NEC member, who spoke to the Daily News on condition of anonymity yesterday, said tension was once again rising between his party and Zanu
“Our information is that Zanu PF continues to bite the hand that feeds it. We learnt at the meeting that some rogue state agents are deeply involved
in the unrest that is afflicting our mines.
edit on 17-10-2012 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)