South Africa: Hundreds flee ‘cursed’ Kimberley army base
In case anyone didn't know, Black Africans are superstitious.
That's why they're so easy to manipulate. Just a whisper here and a whisper there and before long they're out burning someone accused of being a witch.....or something.
So, around 700 hundred Black "youth" gathered at an old army base for a four-month "character-building" programme known as the National Rural Youth Service Corps (Narysec).
Hundreds promptly fled a few days after arriving when weird "supernatural" events started happening. According to these geniuses, a snake kept terrorising them and some of the youth lost consciousness for unexplained reasons.
You need to keep in mind that anything "unexplained" happening is blamed on witchcraft by Blacks.
One youth claimed to be a witch and warned them not to eat the food as she'd poisoned the food. So they stopped eating. She also claimed that one of the youth would die - one died on the way to the base.....That must have raised her shares as a witch!
HOWEVER, the real crux to this story is what all these youths, arriving from all across the country from Black townships only, are really doing at this military base.
Well, let's get it from the horses mouth:
"They also raised complaints that, although they had gone to 3SAI Military Base for a character-building (non-military training) programme, they were in fact subjected to rigorous military training."
That may explain why some of the youth were losing consciousness, eh geniuses??
In any case, these geniuses have let the cat out of the bag. The ANC has always denied that the Narysec programme was a military training programme. According to the ANC, the Narysec programme key objectives are:
- To recruit unemployed youth in rural areas
- To train the appointed youth through Further Education and Training programmes linked to the identified developmental community projects in rural areas
- To develop youth with multi-disciplinary skills through civic education
- To increase the number of rural communities receiving support in their self-development through the CRDP
Do you see the words "military training" listed????
And here we have the truth - unwittingly told by the youth themselves who are more interested in witchcraft than keeping their mouths shut.
The ANC must be going blue in the face.
See, they don't want people in South Africa to put two and two together and arrive at four. These youth are being trained by the ANC for military purposes, much as Hitler trained German youth to be part of his Brownshirts.
And one of their purposes is to attack farmers on their farms, and ultimately be part of taking over the farms on behalf of the ANC - much like Mugarbage is doing in Zimbabwe.
Most farm attacks are being committed by young Blacks. Narysec was founded in September 2010 and since then farm attacks, rapes, murders and tortures have skyrocketed.
So, there you have it.
Yes ANC, I'm not so stupid as your followers or the media in South Africa. My nose is working just fine. So are the hairs on the back of my neck!
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Mass hysteria among hundreds of young students participating in the National Rural Youth Service Corps (Narysec) saw them fleeing the 3SAI Army Base and seeking refuge at the Roodepan police station.
When the DFA arrived at the police station on Tuesday morning, close to 200 students were gathered in the station premises. Some were also walking from the military base to the station.
The students also complained about eating stale food at the military base.
Nziweni denied claims of witchcraft at the military base.
“I do not know how the students, who believe in witchcraft, have experienced it but I have no knowledge of witchcraft at the base. But it is interesting that 105 of the 380 students who wanted to leave the base have come back,” Nziweni said.
He denied that the students were being given military training and that they were eating stale food.