The corrupt ANC regime running what’s left of South Africa into the ground has been open about its support for Islamic terrorism. It’s gotten so bad that the South African rabbinate has stopped praying for the welfare of the government. (Within traditional Judaism, that’s a serious step. Synagogues usually continue praying for governments even when they’re abusive and antisemitic.)
Chief Rabbi Dr Warren Goldstein in response to the South African government’s public support for Hamas, has said that Jews will pray for the people of South Africa, not the government.
The chief rabbi continued: “The [current] change is, clearly, due to the South African government’s ongoing support for Hamas. How can we pray for a government that supports an organisation responsible for the worst attack on Jews since the Holocaust – an organisation whose official policy is to murder Jews and which poses an ongoing threat to the safety of the Jewish people and the State of Israel?”
The current prayer for the Republic of South Africa was composed by the late Chief Rabbi Cyril Harris in 1994. It reflected the country’s transition to democracy, and beseeched G-d to protect and guide the president, the deputy president, and the ministers of South Africa with wisdom…
The South African ANC regime has demanded a ‘ceasefire’ under which Israel stops attacking Hamas, but Islamic terrorists continue attacking Israel. Meanwhile, it’s deploying its military against… miners.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has authorised the deployment of 3,300 army personnel to help combat illegal mining activities, Ramaphosa’s office said in a statement on Thursday.
Mining industry body The Minerals Council South Africa says illegal mining takes place at both disused and active mines and has dimmed South Africa’s attractiveness as an investment destination.
It says it costs operating mines as much as 7 billion rand annually and the economy tens of billions of rand more in lost export earnings, taxes and royalties.
According to Ramaphosa, an ANC billionaire with some mining ties, Hamas murdering over 1,000 Israelis is not a cause for sending in the troops… but illegal mining is. What is it about illegal mining that makes Cyril send in the army?
Mr Ramaphosa always kept a foothold in the ANC, serving on its top leadership body, the National Executive Committee – a position that, his critics say, gave him insider information and unparalleled access to government ministers as he built his business empire.
These accusations grew after police killed 34 workers in August 2012 at the Marikana platinum mine – the most deadly police action since white minority rule ended.
With Mr Ramaphosa then a director in Lonmin – the multinational that owns the mine – he was accused of betraying the workers he once fought for, especially after emails emerged showing he had called for action against the miners for engaging in “dastardly criminal acts” – an apparent reference to their wildcat and violent strike.
However, Mr Ramaphosa, as global financial publication Forbes put it, “stepped back from his business pursuits to avoid conflicts of interest” after becoming South Africa’s deputy president in 2014.
Even as general-secretary of the National Union of Mineworkers in the 1980s, Mr Ramaphosa was known for his lavish lifestyle.
As his biographer Anthony Butler wrote in Johannesburg’s Mail and Guardian newspaper, “Ramaphosa has always believed that education, the arts, vintage wine and fast cars should not be reserved for the rich or middle-class whites. As a union leader he always flew first class.
The ANC may have religious differences with Hamas, but they’re both corrupt terrorist organizations whose leaders are enormously wealthy.
South Africa under the ANC is a mafia state. And if the international community ought to be pressuring anyone, it’s removing the ANC regime from power before the country runs out of water and power, and millions die, while Cyril and the ANC elite feast.