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Nov. 30, 2011

South Africa and the History of Treason

"Dave Meckanic" is a Canadian weapons

engineer who worked for South Africa's

Apartheid government in the late 1980's.

 He describes how elements in that government used plane crashes

 to eliminate UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold and other IMF--backed opposition,

 and how the

 IMF retaliated by assassinating the

 Prime Minister Verwoerd and sabotaging a

 SAA Boeing 747, the Helderberg in

1987.    This set the stage for the

 bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie in 1988 and the use of airline sabotage as a covert weapon of war. TWA 800, Swissair 111, Egyptair 990 are just some that come to mind. 

You have touched on something for which I have great passion, because I was there, involved in engineering national security infrastructure and special weapons programs.

I was there when the arms deals were done, when people died and when the traitor deKlerk capitulated to the UN and IMF which started the handing over of the country to the ANC.

And I left there in 1990, knowing that more blood would flow while the long night started in South Africa.

In response to the article "White South Africa Was Conquered by Guilt" by Chris de Wet, guilt is certainly a partial cause and it was driven by a worldwide program sponsored by the IMF, using the UN, but one must understand history.

hammersjkold.jpgHammarskjold (1961) and Verwoerd (1965)

The assassination of Dr H.F. Verwoerd was a response by the UN/IMF to the assassination of Dag Hammarskjold, the UN Secretary General from 1953-61, near Ndolo which was allegedly carried out by a South African mercenary named Theinus Swanepoel (or Roi Ruus - Red Russian) and his team, hopefully not the Colonel T. Swanepoel that ran Messina SMG that I did work for through the military contracting companies in 1987/88.

Dag and an aide, the only two to survive the shooting down of their plane, were killed by single shots to the head, execution style, as confirmed by two eye witnesses.

The UN/IMF were trying to infiltrate SA using external methods and illegal leverage in the early 60's, even so far as to give the requisite ultimatums, which is not a nice way to play, so South Africa responded accordingly and the blood feud began.

The investigator into the shoot down of Dag Hammarskjold's plane was Cecil Margo, remember the name, he called it a crash, how profound. The UN/IMF had decided after the Hammarskjold assassination and before the the Verwoerd assassination (1961 to 1965), that it would take a different tact in the overthrow of South Africa. Hence a quote to set the stage;

"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and he carries his banners openly. But the traitor moves among those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the galleys, heard in the very hall of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor--he speaks in the accents familiar to his victims, and wears their face and their garment, and he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation--he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of a city--he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to be feared - Cicero, 42 B.C.E."

Professor Bruwer and The Rietbok Crash, (1967)

There were a string of leaders leading up to deKlerk. The worst traitor, deKlerk was trusted. The ANC are really expected to rape the taxpayer, still traitors, but more in line with puppets and fools.

I worked mainly for the government of PW Botha (PM from 1984-89) when we were strengthening the borders and at the same time, the government was relaxing or removing many of the Apartheid laws. The blood feud was ongoing although not visible and dissenting parties always seemed to just die off under strange circumstances.

One such case would be Professor Bruwer who was trying to change the laws and practices concerning Apartheid. He died in the (1967) Rietbok crash, a SA ZS-CVA Viscount 818. Bruwer was the progenitor of a UN backed plan to enable black empowerment in the different homelands, which was met with incredible resistance by the National Party, the Church and higher echelon members

Apparently, the pilot had a heart attack but the plane was never recovered, nor the pilot for that matter which was convenient for Cecil Margo, the judge who controlled the inquiry. But, how did the ultimate in treacherous acts occur? This will take a while because one has to know what happened leading up to the "big event."

machel.jpgSamora Machel (1986)

In physics, every action produces an equal and opposite reaction. With the IMF and the UN, the reaction is generally blown way out of proportion.

Enter Samora Machel, the UN's upcoming point man and ex-president of Mozambique. The South African government was very concerned that Machel would polarize all the Marxist countries on South Africa's borders to operate as a single force. The Angolan war was bad enough but it could have spread from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean, "with a word" and of course a wee bit of bribery. Petty despots like to be paid, just look at Mugabe, problem was Mozambique was broke but the IMF could always "lend" money for a worthy cause.

South Africa decided to excise the problem surgically, with the lowest amount of collateral damage. They placed a false beacon, a mobile VOR, that had been constructed by a very large electronics company with French and Israeli backing on the border of Swaziland and South Africa near the Mozambique border south of Komatipoort.

They forced Machel's plane off course by sending out a stronger VOR signal mimicking the Maputo airport and the plane, a Tupolov 134a, receiving false readings and incorrect data smacked into a low mountain type range on South African soil. This of course also gave South Africa control of the investigation and who did they appoint as judge of the inquiry? Cecil Margo! Again? There's more!

(to be continued)