Jan Lamprecht – ITEL PT – 1.11.20
Jan Lamprecht, without a doubt my favorite and most trusted source of information coming out of S. Africa, started off the guest list for 2020 with, well, updates on the latest shenanigans ongoing in S. Africa. As we all know, the entity that “was” S. Africa, a European managed and run nation that boasted on the highest standards of living on the planet for its citizens, has been overrun.
In short, S. Africa, in reality, no longer exists other than in name only. What is S. Africa today is not much different than what happened to former Rhodesia, the nation hewed from the wild into what was at one time the bread basket of the African continent. Rhodesia, too, was overrun, but at least those doing the overrunning had the decency to change the name to Zimbabwe.
A name change for S. Africa should have been in order after the surrender of their nation to the hordes and Communists, Jews and others, who finally wore down the once proud nation.
It has been over 25 years since the fall of the S. Africa and the creation of the current nation which is called “S. Africa” was formed. To this date, the new country has been in a state of decay as Jews and their black political stooges have looted the nation, spread corruption to the four corners of the nation.
The primary face of S. Africa’s decay is in the state of the electrical grid. The state carrier, Escom, is a completely bloated, inefficient operation.
The new country cannot seem to manage anything that the current government inherited from the former country. The electric grid is failing. Water supply is in disarray. The national airline carrier has been bankrupt once and is on the verge again.
Meanwhile, Whites and Jews are seeking to disengage from the larger social fabric that is African tribal culture.
Best to give this a listen…
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