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I have conspiracy theory. Now that I'm 'red-pilled'. I WONDER if my country of birth, South Africa, was systematically used as a testing ground for the 'cabal' for the past few decades? Considering it's history and similarities to the US (and by extension Europe) in terms of racial dynamics it makes sense in the same way that Australia, Canada and the UK are currently testing grounds. Even more credible when you do some cursory digging into how many of our ruling party's members have DEEP communist ties. Even Nelson Mandela never publicly denounced his. Once I get the time, I MIGHT try investigate and see if I can dig up any timeline correlation with more recent events. Specifically pertaining to the dismantling of our military (used to be one of the most highly respected in the world), farm murders, student and racial (BLM + Antifa anyone?) protests, dismantling of statues, the erosion of our education system,"de-colonising science" (yes, that IS a thing!!! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9SiRNibD14) and land redistribution. But, I'm starting to think that white South Africans were made the original "white male guilt" scapegoats for a reason. Seriously, I can tell you first hand it's a little un-nerving to admit that I'm a white male South African. It's a tough gig.. Share and let's get a conversation started if you want. I'd be REALLY interested to hear anyone else's thoughts. Especially @CorbettReport, @branditx and @DaveCullen if they ever read this. Anyway.. it could all be nothing. It could all be a baseless conspiracy theory based on 'coincidences'. Or, as I'm more inclined to think lately.. maybe there's more to it than meets the eye. I don't believe in coincidences that much anymore.
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I have conspiracy theory. Now that I'm 'red-pilled'. I WONDER if my country of birth, South Africa, was systematically used as a testing ground for the 'cabal' for the past few decades? Considering it's history and similarities to the US (and by extension Europe) in terms of racial dynamics it makes sense in the same way that Australia, Canada and the UK are currently testing grounds. Even more credible when you do some cursory digging into how many of our ruling party's members have DEEP communist ties. Even Nelson Mandela never publicly denounced his. Once I get the time, I MIGHT try investigate and see if I can dig up any timeline correlation with more recent events. Specifically pertaining to the dismantling of our military (used to be one of the most highly respected in the world), farm murders, student and racial (BLM + Antifa anyone?) protests, dismantling of statues, the erosion of our education system,"de-colonising science" (yes, that IS a thing!!! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9SiRNibD14) and land redistribution. But, I'm starting to think that white South Africans were made the original "white male guilt" scapegoats for a reason. Seriously, I can tell you first hand it's a little un-nerving to admit that I'm a white male South African. It's a tough gig.. Share and let's get a conversation started if you want. I'd be REALLY interested to hear anyone else's thoughts. Especially @CorbettReport, @branditx and @DaveCullen if they ever read this. Anyway.. it could all be nothing. It could all be a baseless conspiracy theory based on 'coincidences'. Or, as I'm more inclined to think lately.. maybe there's more to it than meets the eye. I don't believe in coincidences that much anymore.
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