Jan Lamprecht – S. Africa Secession – ITEL – 7.28.18
As S. Africa lurches towards full blown Communism, Jan Lamprecht from History Reviewed came on to discuss many of the latest developments in Africa to include Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Namibia, and other nations that surround S. Africa. In addition, we discussed efforts by China to gain a foothold on the African continent which largely has been met with mixed and less than stellar results.
The upcoming election in Zimbabwe, economic corridors that will seek to bypass Zimbabwe as a commercial transportation transit route, and secret US airfields all got a small bit of air time.
In S. Africa, we discussed a very different view of the ongoing “farm murders”, and how, although the situation remains bad, the remaining White business groups have been working to mitigate the murders in such a manner as to include military intel tactics and capabilities that have reduced the number of “attacks to deaths” ratio.
The numbers remain, however, in the dozens per month.
To close the show, we discussed the latest “secession” efforts headed by “Goab” Cornelius of the Khoison Tribe, the original and recognized indigenous people of what is now the South Cape portion of S. African. In what is an effort termed “The Sovereign State of Good Hope”, the Khoisan, working with a few White people, have sought to carve a legal means by which the South Cape might be able to secede from S. Africa.
Jan discussed why the secession declaration is a non starter and why it is not expected that Whites would rally behind the Khoisan “Goab”. As Jan succinctly put it: why would Whites agree to go to war only to be led by another colored person?
Competing business interests in S. Africa, Jewish, White, and Black, with the new near US$ Billionaire President Ramaphosa hints at continuing turbulence in S. Africa as these economic interests continue to consolidate their holdings around viable political capabilities.< An interesting discussion and well worth the listen.ITEL Radio Interview – Jan Lamprecht – 7.28.18
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