As Racially-Charged Violence Explodes in Powder Keg South Africa, Civil Rights Activist There Issues Stark Warning as Same Problems Begin to Show in United States

A chill from the power of a great government that wants to muzzle and manipulate its citizens is sweeping through the rioted streets where Nelson Mandela once stood tall in his quest for personal freedom.

And, according to a South African civil rights activist who has seen the devastation of globalism and far-left policies in his homeland, the US must suffer a similar impact.

“To put it bluntly, there’s a very strong anti-Western sentiment underneath this whole thing,” Ernst Roets told Tucker Carlson on Friday, according to Fox News.

Roets says a sharp mix of violence along races is taking place in South Africa and the concentration of power among the so-called free people is threatening both countries.

“That’s part of the reason why speaking out against this is controversial, because there’s an anti-Western sentiment in the US, which is sad and ironic and it’s also a state of affairs,” he said. anti-Western sentiment in Europe,” he said.

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Roets’ country has been rocked by riots following the recent arrest of former South African President Jacob Zuma, according to BBC.

Amid the raging looting, more than 200 people were killed in violent protests.

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South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa said the violence was part of the plan, not spontaneous.

“It’s clear that all of this unrest and looting was instigated – there were people who planned and coordinated it,” he said, calling the riot an attempt destroy democracy.

“If we stand together, no uprising or violence in this country will succeed,” he said. “We are engaged in a fight to protect our democracy, our Constitution, our livelihoods and our safety. This is not a battle we can lose.”

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Roets says South Africa’s troubles are deeper than the day-to-day problems afflicting its society.

“You can say [there’s] all this corruption in South Africa and crime etc. But when you start to say, well, maybe we should take a step back and ask a question, not part of the problem, maybe not is corruption and crime and all of this, perhaps not symptoms of a problem as opposed to the problems themselves? ‘ he said, according to Fox News.

Roets said the South African government claims to be a liberal while accumulating more and more power for itself so that it can be the arbiter of what is allowed and not allowed.

“And they talk about it openly. They say now we need to get to the first stage of the revolution which is to take control of the state and its mechanisms,” he said.

Then something is debunked by some above left in the US.

“The second stage is the more active implementation of socialist policies,” he said.

As Roets describes it, both South Africa and the Americas are facing a battle between one’s right to exist as an individual, and simply as a cog in a larger vision of the world. globalist governments.

“For the South African project to prosper, the natural features that humans have, you know, should be removed,” he said.

“It’s like talking on a larger scale, it’s like talking about globalism to prosper, you know, countries have to die or you have to be kind of like you can be an American and you can be an American. believe in the American dream, but only insofar as it does not hinder this project of globalization. “

As Racially-Charged Violence Explodes in Powder Keg South Africa, Civil Rights Activist There Issues Stark Warning as Same Problems Begin to Show in United States

Huynh Nguyen

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