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Good Ambition
15th August 2007, 10:25 AM
Before the transfer of power from white minority to black majority under Nelson Mandela in South Africa, the Oppenheimer family conrolled something like 80% of the companies on the South African stock market and they owned the gold, the diamond and other mining industries on which the country depends. They also controlled the media through various frontmen.

Then came 'massive change' as Nelson Mandela was released and the blacks were given their 'freedom'.

Now, after this blow for democracy, the Oppenheimers still control something like 80% of the companies on the South African stock-market, they own the gold, diamond and other industries upon which the country depends, and they control the media via frontmen like Henry Kissinger's friend, Tony O'Reilly, the Irish billionaire.

So what's the difference between the [New World Order]Brotherhood's control of SA before and after the 'changeover'? One thing and one thing only: no-one is complaining anymore because overt control has been replaced by covert control. When there was a white minority dictatorship the global condemnation could be heard constantly: "IT'S NOT FAIR" the robot radicals would scream, "IT'S RACISM, IT'S DICTATORSHIP. OUTRAGEOUS." And it was. But now the rallies and the protests have stopped while the same people go on controlling SA as they did before, although now without a word from the heart-on-the-sleeve, wave-your-banner merchants. :roll: The shanty towns and corrugated iron ghettos are still there in Soweto and in even more places these days, but they're not on the daily news anymore because everyone knows that SA is free.

The ANC government is just as controlled and corrupt as the white one it replaced. Shell Oil, the Brotherhood oil company controlled by people like Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, gave a whole tower block to the ANC at the time of the changeover, and it is apparently common knowledge among journalists worth that name that Mandela took no major decision WITHOUT CONSULTING THE OPPENHEIMERS. :aagh:

In 1993, Mandela spent Christmas at the Nassau holiday home of Tony O'Reilly, who, in 1994 bought SA's biggest newspaper group.
Oops, COULD I be questioning a global hero? :ooh: Slap my wrist.

In fact, Mandela is quite probably a genuine guy who has simply learned the realities of where the real power lies and he can't summon the strength nor the desire to openly challenge the system anymore. But there are many truly corrupt blacks like Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe, who are only too willing to take the money and play the frontman for the Brotherhood at the grotesque expense of the people. Only in this way can overt control operate behind black faces and there are reptillian bloodlines among the blacks as well as the whites.
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The above quote was taken from the book "The Biggest Secret" by David Icke (p.134). Although the book was published in 1998, I'd venture a guess that things are much the same. See www.davidicke.com/content/view/595/62 for a bit more info.

"Free" Nelson Mandela? I think it'd be a good idea. :?