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Articles written by Veli Mbele

The Reconfiguration of The South Afrikkan State

The reduction of the executive (cabinet) to 28 ministries by President Ramaphosa, is actually a reversion to the Mbeki administration. The Mbeki administration also had 28 ministries. What qualitative impact did this configuration have on the socio-economic reality of the indigenous?

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They Are Capturing Our Young

They are being groomed to strengthen the muscle of whiteness and for Blacks in particular, to become more emotionally attached to whites, view them as benevolent and not see the validity of holding them collectively accountable for the depressing state of Afrika.

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To Vote or Not To Vote

Don’t they know that abstaining from an election is NOT unconstitutional, illegal or a criminal offence in South AfriKKKa? Do you want to tell me they don’t know that the Bill of Rights of the South AfriKKKan constitution protects the right of every citizen to “free political choices”, which includes the right to “campaign for a political party or cause”?

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On Hating Your Enemy

The main reason for our horribly falsified consciousness and status of as the eternal captives of whites (and other non-Black groups) - is because we continue to look at the self and the world through the eyes of our race-enemies.

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Depression & The Black Condition

The issue of depression has become very much topical lately in South African media (traditional and new), and the unfortunate passing of our Brother and Motswako icon, Jabulani Tsambo aka HHP, just brought the issue of depression into even sharper public focus.

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The Nyaope Of Whiteness

I have never come across a phenomenon that is as all-consuming, behemothic and pulverising as whiteness. Whiteness doesn't just reduce Black people to hallow entities that epitomise dizziness, emptiness, absence, invisibility and nothingness.

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Diego Garcia: A Story Of Untold Black Erasure

The major reason why our Black kin in Diego Garcia and other parts of the world remain a brutalised and racially abused people is because, while the British and the AmeriKKKans (who are essentially the same people) are acutely aware that what they are doing is wrong, criminal and inhumane - they however don’t fear any consequences because they are also aware that, Black people, don’t have a global political or military body whose business it is to ensure that whoever abuses or harms Black people, in any way - is held accountable and made to suffer the necessary consequences.

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