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For the sake of not getting deleted on the first day, I’ll be referring to the-illness-that-must-not-be-named as… Coldemort. Mostly because, well, it’s really funny. And this heavy topic could certainly use a bit of humor.
I pull no punches in this series of articles. I am not holding back, and I am not worried about offending you. If you want to see why I did this, and what I’m about, then visit the apologetics video at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGQaH2ETccAjIKvAktKog4dD1oGN41wpy. Also I hope you speak sarcasm.
A call for the SAHRC (South African Human Rights Commission) to take action against the Human Rights Violations of the ANC Government, and in particular Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, perpetrated during the Unprecedented Lockdown of 2020.
South Africa has the most advanced, progressive constitution in the world?
“Harvard law scholar Cass Sunstein called it “the most admirable Constitution in the history of the world.” Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a US Supreme Court justice, praised it for dealing with modern challenges when she said, “That was a deliberate attempt to have a fundamental instrument of government that embraced basic human rights, had an independent judiciary … It really is, I think, a great piece of work that was done. Much more recent than the US Constitution.””
I’m not going to bore you with the entire document, but here’s a taste of the sections that would apply to the current lockdown and Coldemort.
9. (1) Everyone is equal before the law and has the right to equal protection and benefit of the law.
(2) Equality includes the full and equal enjoyment of all rights and freedoms. To promote the achievement of equality, legislative and other measures designed in Chapter 2: Bill of Rights 6, to protect or advance persons, or categories of persons, disadvantaged by unfair discrimination may be taken.
(3) The state may not unfairly discriminate directly or indirectly against anyone on one or more grounds, including race, gender, sex, pregnancy, marital status, ethnic or social origin, colour, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, conscience, belief, culture, language and birth.
(4) No person may unfairly discriminate directly or indirectly against anyone on one or more grounds in terms of subsection (3). National legislation must be enacted to prevent or prohibit unfair discrimination.
(5) Discrimination on one or more of the grounds listed in subsection (3) is unfair unless it is established that the discrimination is fair.
10. Everyone has inherent dignity and the right to have their dignity respected and protected.
11. Everyone has the right to life.
Freedom and security of the person
12. (1) Everyone has the right to freedom and security of the person, which includes the right—
(a) not to be deprived of freedom arbitrarily or without just cause;
(b) not to be detained without trial;
(c) to be free from all forms of violence from either public or private sources;
(d) not to be tortured in any way; and
(e) not to be treated or punished in a cruel, inhuman or degrading way.
(2) Everyone has the right to bodily and psychological integrity, which includes the right—
(a) to make decisions concerning reproduction;
(b) to security in and control over their body; and
(c) not to be subjected to medical or scientific experiments without their informed consent.”
Now take a look at the stay-at-home orders that were signed into place in South Africa.
“(1) No person who has been confirmed, as a clinical case or as a laboratory confirmed case as having contracted COVID-19, or who is suspected of having contracted COVID-19, or who has been in contact with a person who is a carrier of COVID-19, may refuse consent to -
(a) submission of that person to a medical examination, including but not limited to the taking of any bodily sample by a person authorised in law to do so;
(b) admission of that person to a health establishment or a quarantine or isolation site; or
(c) submission of that person to mandatory prophylaxis, treatment, isolation or quarantine, or isolation in order to prevent transmission:
Provided that if a person does not comply with the instruction or order of the enforcement officer, that person must be placed in isolation or quarantine for a period of 48 hours, as the case may be, pending a warrant being issued by a competent Court, on application by an enforcement officer for the medical examination contemplated in paragraph(a)."
When the lockdown for Coldemort was implemented, South Africa’s constitution went out the window.
If you think this isn’t relevant to you, and the ongoing vaccine debate, then I urge you to think again. If this could happen in the country with the most advanced and progressive constitution and bill of rights in the world, then what can your government do to you, who is way less protected?
In fell swoop, without any discussion with the South African people, our rights to religious refusal, sovereignty, respect, and to make decisions over our own bodies has been taken away… and you’re okay with that?
What if the next step is that they arrive to take your kids from you, because they consider you a risk? This is already happening in the United States.
“At the behest of the World Health Organization (WHO) executive director Michael Ryan, Oregon is slated to remove children from homes and place them in ‘substitute care’ if parents are deemed ‘unable to support them.’
Ryan, who was criticized for stating that governments need to go door-to-door looking for people infected with coronavirus and if found, ‘Now we need to go and look in families to find those people who may be sick, and remove them and isolate them.’
Oregon seems to be complying with these orders: According to a document released and authorized by Lacey Andresen, the Deputy Director of Oregon’s Child Welfare & Practice Program, effective April 22, ‘a child will enter substitute care because their caregiver is infected with Coldemort.’”
So here you have the WHO saying they’ll come house to house, and you have governments starting to enforce it. Are you really so sure that your child won’t be taken from you?
Would you be a little more frightened if I told you that a discussion with someone who works for a state-level department of social services in the USA, let me know that she had received an email from her superiors. In this email she was told that a ‘rumour’ is going around that people’s kids would be taken away from them, and employees of the department are to refute this as a lie.
And if you still don’t believe this can happen in your country, then check out HR 6666 in the United States: https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/6666/text
“To authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to award grants to eligible entities to conduct diagnostic testing for Coldemort, and related activities such as contact tracing, through mobile health units and, as necessary, at individuals’ residences, and for other purposes.”
Here you can read up on how Denmark has made vaccines compulsory, back in March 2020 already: https://www.eutimes.net/2020/03/denmark-passes-law-enabling-forced-coronavirus-vaccinations/
And here you can read up more about how vaccines are refused around the world, and some of the problems with making vaccines mandatory: https://www.sciencealert.com/as-effective-as-they-might-be-making-vaccines-mandatory-breaks-trust-in-healthcare
Read more about vaccine concerns when it comes to the proposed Coldemort vaccine: https://lifecoachestoolbox.com/index.php/7-reasons-why-people-refuse-vaccines
Listen to a story about New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy, where he says the he wasn't even thinking about the bill of rights when it comes to controlling this population, in relation to not allowing the people of his state to meet for religious gatherings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIFh9aHkf0c
You’re wrong if you think this doesn’t apply to you… if this can happen here, it can happen to you.
Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vK361oI-S_Q
So what other rights have been taken away in South Africa?
1. There is a Smoking Ban in South Africa, ostensibly to protect our health
However recent research shows that smoking could actually PROTECT you from Coldemort.
Read more about this at https://lifecoachestoolbox.com/index.php/scientific-studies-show-that-smoking-protects-you-against-a-certain-viral-illness
South Africans overwhelmingly disagree with the ban according to these polled results on mainstream media platform, News24.
View April poll results at https://www.news24.com/vote?pId=2 & those for May at https://www.news24.com/Vote
Listen to another South African's opinion on the ban:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmlM5BXT9O0
Watch a video on how many South Africans approve of NDZ at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4hNAhVWl34
2. Financial aid is being provided based on racial criteria
“Last week, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, the minister of Tourism, said race would be a factor in deciding who to assist, sparking outrage in some quarters.
“Preference will be given to enterprises with the highest score in terms of the criteria, which serve as a pre-qualification. A panel of experts will conduct the final evaluation in terms of functionality.”
The fund is for tourism establishments such as resort properties, B&Bs, guest houses, lodges and backpackers, restaurants (not attached to hotels), conference venues (not attached to hotels), car rental companies, tour operators and travel agents.
Thoko Didiza, the minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development, also announced that B-BBEE would be a factor in allocating R1.2 billion worth of aid to emerging and small-scale farmers.
It has been alleged other government ministers would be applying the policy when providing relief in their sectors.”
“Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane said it was perfectly rational for her, as a matter of executive policy, to use B-BBEE levels as part of the process to distribute the R200 million Tourism Relief fund.”
3. Aid to white people, from private white people, (individuals and churches), is being stopped by the police
I realise there have been questions raised about the authenticity of this post, but we do know an independent party who witnessed it and verified the accuracy.
“Yesterday the police took 200 food parcels from our church, in front of the white squatter camp. They said they won’t let any food be delivered to white people. They did not even let us leave with the food, they confiscated everything and sent the church group away.
It was Lewens Lig (Living Light) that wanted to deliver food to Bonaccord squatter camp. Can we please pray that God will intervene so that white people can also get the help they need?”
"My word, I want this to be heard and seen around the world. Please share this and ask the family in Netherlands to do the same. How is something like this possible in any country? And yes, we’re praying…. but we can’t stay quiet!! Please share this injustice friends!!"
4. South Africans get 19 dollars in stimulus
Despite a complete lockdown of all business, and a ban on e-commerce, South Africans only quality to apply for approximately 19 dollars in stimulus.
Luckily the ban on e-commerce has been lifted finally.
5. Police brutality and violence
Watch respected former finance minister, Trevor Manuel, speak about the police brutality in South Africa.
See link to a letter to police by the police commissioner, having to remind them of what is an offense and what isn’t: https://lifecoachestoolbox.com/images/blog/sapsdocument.pdf
It’s way too long to include the full piece, but in a nutshell, it points out four pages of things people are being arrested for, that are NOT actually offenses.
6. Search & Enter without Warrant
“The City of Cape Town has published new amendments to its streets, public places, and the prevention of noise nuisances by-law for public comment.
The by-law allows for an authorised official to instruct a person to leave and remain out of an area, and without a warrant, to stop, enter and search any vessel, vehicle, premises or person.”
Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORwp5LfaTjQ
A call for the Human Rights Commission to Intervene
I’m calling for the South Human Rights Commission to intervene and launch a full investigation into Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, as well as the constitutionality of the lockdown.
Corruption in South Africa
Corruption is and has been an ongoing problem in South Africa, and the Zuma family has been in the middle of many of those incidents.
“South Africans certainly think that public sector corruption is getting worse. Transparency International's (TI) 2013 global Corruption Perception Index (CPI) shows that South Africa has dropped 34 places since 2001, with half the decline of 17 places occurring since 2009. South Africa is currently ranked at number 72 out of 175 countries and heading downwards.
The Human Sciences Research Council's (HSRC) annual South African Social Attitudes Survey shows the proportion of people who think that tackling corruption should be a national priority almost doubling, from 14% to 26% in the five-year period between 2006 and 2011.
This trend is supported by the latest 2013 Afrobarometer report, Governments falter in fight to curb corruption, released on 13 November 2013. The report, based on surveys of 51 000 people in 34 African countries, shows that South Africa is one of the countries where there is a notable increase in public perceptions that corruption is getting worse, particularly since 2008. This is in contrast with countries such as Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Senegal and Zambia, where people believe that their governments are making gains in curbing public sector corruption.”
Despite the infamous AIDS-denialism of former president Thabo Mbeki, which led to the deaths of nearly 400,000 AIDS sufferers, no family has been in corruption spotlight more than the Zumas.
“In South Africa, HIV/AIDS denialism had a significant impact on public health policy from 1999 to 2008, during the presidency of Thabo Mbeki. Mbeki criticized the scientific consensus that HIV does cause AIDS beginning shortly after his election to the presidency. In 2000, he organized a Presidential Advisory Panel regarding HIV/AIDS including several scientists who denied that HIV caused AIDS. In the following eight years of his presidency, Mbeki continued to express sympathy for HIV/AIDS denialism, and instituted policies denying antiretroviral drugs to AIDS patients.”
“South African ex-Deputy President Jacob Zuma said he showered after sex with an HIV-positive woman, thinking this would reduce his risk of being infected. This emerged as he was cross-questioned during his trial for rape. He denies rape but admits to consensual sex, and said he was ready to marry his accuser. Remarks about HIV made by Mr Zuma in court earlier this week have angered Aids educators.”
“The private home of former South African President Jacob Zuma, situated about 24 km (15 mi) south of the rural town of Nkandla in KwaZulu-Natal, commonly referred to as the Nkandla homestead has been the subject of considerable controversy. The use of public funds to make improvements to the compound, which were said to be for security reasons, which cost over R246 million led to significant media coverage and political opposition.
A report of the Public Protector found that Zuma unduly benefited from these improvements and the Constitutional Court subsequently found that Zuma and the National Assembly failed to uphold the country's constitution after he failed to comply with the Public Protector's report on the matter. Zuma finally apologised for using public money to fund his private residence and in April 2016 he was asked to resign by prominent public figures, including anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada, due to the scandal. The controversy is sometimes referred to as Nkandlagate.”
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma eclipses them all
Nkosana Dlamini Zuma (NDZ) has a long and controversial political history, with major incidents at almost every stage of her career.
* “Health Department
After the first all-inclusive South African elections of 1994, Dlamini-Zuma was appointed as Minister of Health in the cabinet of President Nelson Mandela, where she continued the work of previous Minister of Health Rina Venter to racially desegregate the health system and broaden state anti-tobacco measures.
Dlamini-Zuma introduced the Tobacco Products Amendment Bill in 1999, which made it illegal to smoke in public buildings.
* HIV/AIDS and Sarafina II
In August 1995, against South African Communications Services recommendations for "cheaper and better" HIV/AIDS awareness programmes, the Department of Health awarded a R14.27m contract to Mbongeni Ngema, a "good friend" of Dlamini-Zuma's, to produce a sequel to the musical, Sarafina!.
Investigations into Sarafina II revealed that Dlamini-Zuma had lied to Parliament about funding for the project coming from the EU, and had ignored proper bidding procedures.
Following criticism of the poor financial controls and commissioning procedures in a report by the Public Protector, the play was shelved.
Dlamini-Zuma was also criticised for supporting Virodene, a "quack remedy" for HIV/AIDS, which was in fact a toxic industrial solvent rejected by the scientific community as ineffective.
* Foreign Affairs Department
Dlamini-Zuma served as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1999 to 2009, under both President Thabo Mbeki and interim President Kgalema Motlanthe, during which tenure she was criticised for her "quiet diplomacy" in response to Zimbabwe's violent land invasions and anti-white racism.
* Home Affairs Department
She served in her ex-husband Jacob Zuma's 2009 presidential cabinet as Minister of Home Affairs from 10 May 2009 until 2 October 2012. She was lauded for turning around the grossly mismanaged department and achieving its first clean audit in 16 years.
* Presidential Run
She ran for the office of President of the African National Congress in 2017.
She was defeated in her campaign by Cyril Ramaphosa at the 54th National Conference of the African National Congress in December 2017, despite being heavily favoured to win. She lost by only a few hundred votes, with 2261 to Ramaphosa's 2440.
* African Union
In January 2012, while still heading the Department of Home Affairs, Dlamini-Zuma contested the position of Chairperson of the African Union Commission.
In doing so, she broke an "unwritten rule" that major African powers do not put forward candidates for AU positions. This angered many AU states, leading to a deadlock in the first election, despite Dlamini-Zuma's backing by the fifteen states comprising the Southern African Development Community.
As a consequence of the failure to secure a two-thirds majority of the vote, incumbent Jean Ping's term was extended by six months, until a second election on July 15 at the nineteenth session of the Assembly of the African Union elected Dlamini-Zuma to the position. The vote was largely divided along language lines—Francophone states against Anglophone states.
Dlamini-Zuma was unpopular and disliked among AU officials for her apparent disinterest and aloofness, and her absenteeism. Her leadership as chairperson was considered a disappointing failure, although she was acknowledged for the managerial improvements she made.
* “Rubbish" tweet
On 7 April 2017, Dlamini-Zuma received scorn for labeling protest marches against Jacob Zuma as "rubbish" and for characterising them as examples of white privilege.
Her verified Twitter account posted "This is what they are protecting ... hence some of us are not part of this rubbish. They must join us for the march for our land they stole...” and deleted the tweet shortly thereafter. Dlamini-Zuma referred to the missive as a "fake tweet" afterwards.
* Allegations of connections to cigarette smuggling organisations
On 5 November 2017, the Sunday Times newspaper published photographs linking Dlamini-Zuma to senior figures in cigarette smuggling organisations operating in South Africa.”
More on the NDZ cigarette smuggling links
For many years now, NDZ has been linked to the illegal cigarette trade in South Africa. Introducing her draconian laws will have made her affiliation to that trade very profitable.
Ostensibly, her decisions about tobacco have been in the interests of our health as South Africans, but as you can see in this article, science shows that smoking could very well protect us against illness.
Read more about how smoking could offer protection against illness: https://lifecoachestoolbox.com/index.php/scientific-studies-show-that-smoking-protects-you-against-a-certain-viral-illness
However, since cigarettes have made it up to R1300 per value carton on the illegal market, where before they were R100… the profit incentive for the smoking ban is plain to see.
In addition, despite public outcry, and a promise to lift the smoking ban, NDZ u-turned at the last minute, keeping the smoking ban in place. This only served to increase demand for illegal cigarettes.
Additionally, since the writing of this original opinion piece, the South Africa Government has moved to further extend the lockdown cigarette bans:https://m.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/lockdown-dlamini-zuma-pushes-for-tobacco-alcohol-ban-to-continue-until-level-1-20200522
Clearly the longer the ban goes on, the more NDZ stands to profit from it personally.
While South Africans are struggling to eat on R350 a month, NDZ has no issue taking all their money from them, to line her pockets. While using her undemocratically obtained government position to enforce laws that support her business interests.
We also know of South Africans that have been pulled over by police for smoking in their vehicles, and had cigarettes confiscated from them.
The argument is that anyone who still has cigarettes must be getting them illegally, despite the fact that there are people who stockpiled ahead of time, and/or have been rationing.
Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB8y5y5H5ZE
The NDZ agenda is personal
You don’t need to be a legal eagle to see that the NDZ agenda is personal.
Despite how much NDZ protests that she has our best interests at heart, her best interests seem to be passing legislation that supports lining her pocket.
It becomes even more insidious once you look into the Disaster Management Act signed into law on 25 March 2020 - the same one mentioned above which strips us of natural and constitutional laws, and puts NDZ in charge.
NDZ signed this into effect too. Surely that would have been a job better suited to the president? Especially for an issue as unprecedented as this?
A call for NDZ to be removed from Government
This controversial, and universally disliked woman, has been at the centre of too many scandals.
Watch the video on the future of Black Lives Matter at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZXRW6Ktvxk
Her behaviour is embarrassing and unbefitting someone who represents a country. Clearly her personal agendas outstrip her actual desire to do the best by people who are just trying to live their lives.
Like many countries, South Africans are given a false democracy - we elect a party, and the party elects officials. Ideally, a democratic government would see elected officials.
And if we’re to call ourselves the most advanced democracy in the world, then surely we have the right to question the validity of a government official? Especially one with such a sullied background.
Considering the current unhappiness at the lockdown situation, we call for Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma to be suspended from Government duties until the end of the entire lockdown. Upon this time we call for a full investigation into all her activities to be undertaken, in a completely transparent public manner, by the Human Rights Commission. We furthermore call for NDZ to be held personally liable for any civil claims that South Africans wish to lay against her for damages as a result of this lockdown.
In addition, full power, answerability and responsibility for every decision to do with this virus should be placed back into the hands of the president, and all documents, discussions and the like should happen in the public forum.
Furthermore, in light of our skewed democratic voting procedure, I further ask that the ANC party, it’s members jointly and severally, and all officials elected by the party, be held personally financially liable for any claims as a result of damages or loss of income incurred by South Africans because of the lockdown. If a party has the audacity to elect our officials, they should carry the burden of responsibility for their blunders too.
We were not given a choice about participating in this lockdown, and many South Africans disagree with this course of action from the outset. We have however, been compromising and compliant, willing to give up liberty in favour of protecting the populace.
There comes a point where enough is enough, however, and that time has come.
Visit this link to see and sign another petition asking for the removal of NDZ from Cabinet:https://www.change.org/p/cyril-ramaphosa-remove-nkosazana-dlamini-zuma-from-cabinet
Visit the How to Take Action article if you would like to take action against NDZ: https://lifecoachestoolbox.com/index.php/yet-another-disappointing-failure-of-leadership-shown-by-nkosazana-dlamini-zuma
Watch a video about how you can take action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THp8_6cAkJc
How does the South African Constitution measure up in light of events in 2020?
In this video series we take a walk through the South African Constitution, and investigate how it measures up during current events in 2020.
The South African Constitution is meant to be the best in the world, and is meant to be easy for a normal person to use and understand.
Please note that this a lay person's perspective on the Constitution. Please consult an attorney for legal advice.
Watch the video discussing how the constitution measures up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ1b5DWX4w0&list=PLGQaH2ETccAjJpEjOwkgCEg6jZBF2nVPN
Watch part 2 of this series at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGvuycne1Mk
About the Author
Read more at Am I a crazy white supremacist? (TL;DR: No): https://lifecoachestoolbox.com/index.php/am-i-a-crazy-white-supremacist-tldr-no