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Schooled to Hate , SA we have a Problem

“ We talk equality but we implement  differentiation, so in reality we have a two-tiered school system"ChallengesPDF


Main Stream Media Blame Game says Blame the Anger on the lack of Money, -

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35883919
"Last year saw a temporary fix and the government's budget, tabled in Parliament in February, will extend these stop-gap measures. But until the financial causes are addressed, the crisis will continue to escalate, with significant long-term consequences.
Protests have taken different forms. At the University of the Western Cape, students joined forces with trade unions to protest about debt and low wages. At the University of the Free State, a rugby match erupted in violence as spectators attacked student demonstrators.
At Pretoria University, students clashed violently over the policy for the language of instruction, and a shortage of student housing at the University of Cape Town led to a bus and artworks being burned and raw sewage t…

SA BE AWARE, MILITARY HIDDEN AGENDA NOT ONLY IN US ,ELON MUSK SPEAKS OUT!

Elon Musk Exposes The Biggest Trick Played On The World article curtesy
http://thefreethoughtproject.com/elon-musk-exposed-billions-corrupt-pentagon-spending-weapon-monopoly/




Lockheed Martin and Boeing continue to hold an unnecessarily costly monopoly on the Defense Department’s space program, despite an alternative that would spare taxpayers no less than $250 million — each time a space launch is conducted. Government favoritism for the United Launch Alliance — an alliance turned monopoly between Lockheed and Boeing — has left Elon Musk’s SpaceX out in the cold despite enormous potential savings.
As a report from Politico revealed, each space launch conducted by the ULA comes with a whopping $350 million price tag, and though SpaceX can promise the same for less than $100 million, ULA’s chokehold on the program will perpetuate the Pentagon’s wasteful spending for years to come.
Worse, as Politico explains, “ULA is under investigation by the Pentagon for possible corrupt bidding pract…

Our Comrades Marathon to Underworld: Human Energy blood spill

Trawling the Farm for Human Energyarticle curtesy freedom articles






In many ways, living on Planet Earth is like living on a human farm. We are being trawled for our “human energy”. I was starkly reminded of this the other day when I saw someone walking around with a Chevron t-shirt which sported their logo and new motto: human energy. How ironic. For most people, the motto probably seems harmless enough, or maybe even benevolent, showing a kindhearted corporation caring about its employees and the world, or recognizing the importance of the people running its operations. Yet if you understand the occult foundation of corporate logos, you’ll know that Chevron’s logo is really a pyramid (2 levels of the corner edges). The pyramid is favorite image of the New World Order, because it represents a tiny hierarchy at the top being held up by a large majority at the bottom, and symbolizes the compartmentalization of knowledge the further you go up. Just like its logo, Chevron’s m…

Our Comrades Marathon Guide to the Underworld : prt 1

What are we doing to our land? Preparing it for the sacred nesting ground of the Phoenix or the unholy ISIS ,Either way you are still going down the hall of the Underworld To understand what the COMRADES MARATHON is , The Comrades Marathon is an ultramarathon of approximately 89 km (approx. 56 miles)[1] which is run annually in the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa between the cities of Durban and Pietermaritzburg. It is the world's largest and oldest ultramarathon race.[2] The direction of the race alternates each year between the "up" run (87 km) starting from Durban and the "down" run (89 km) starting from Pietermaritzburg.
The field is capped at 23,000 runners, and entrants hail from more than 60 countries.[3] In all but three runnings since 1988, over 10,000 runners have reached the finish within the allowed 11 or 12 hours.[4] With increased participation since the 1980s, the average finish times for both genders, and the average age of finishers ha…