South Africa

South Africa is a country in Africa, founded in 1910, with a population of 60 million people and Pretoria, Bloemfontein and Kaapstad as capital. Its largest city is Johannesburg. It is a member of the United Nations. It is ruled by the Jesuits.

History of South Africa

400 South Africa is inhabited by Bantu, Zulu's, Xhosa and San peoples.

1487 Portugese fleet of Bartolomeu Dias, send by John II of Portugal (House of Aviz) reaches South Africa (era of exploration of the New World by the Habsburgs).

1498 Vasco da Gama (Order of Christ) uses Cape of Good Hope to reach Calicut India.

1652 Jan van Riebeeck, a Dutch colonist of the Dutch East India Company, establishes Cape Town, with slaves from Indonesia, indoctrinated with Christianity.

1795 Cape Town is conquered by the British Empire. They wage war with the Zulu's.

1814 mason Piet Retief and his Voortrekkers settle in the Cape Colony and eventually move eastwards (the Great Trek). The Boers found Orange Free State, Natalia Republic and South African Republic.

1867 discovery of diamonds and gold. Mason Thomas Burgers leads the South African Republic.

1879 the jesuits (Belgian Henri Depelchin) spread catholicism (Zambezi Mission).

1880 First Boer War.

1888 Cecil Rhodes founds De Beers mining company, financed by Alfred Beit and Nathan Rothschild (bankers of the Catholic Church). He works with the father of Harry Hay.

1890 Cecil Rhodes (British South Africa Company) as prime minister of the Cape Colony.

1893 Mahatma Gandhi emigrates to South Africa.

1897 Alfred Milner (Coefficients with Bertrand Russell, Leo Amery and Fabian Society members like HG Wells) visits South Africa, works with Cecil Rhodes and opens Milner Schools. Milner becomes chairman of zinc mining company Rio Tinto.

1899 2nd Boer War with jesuit general Francis Clery, Alfred Milner (Leo Amery as correspondent for The Times).

1910 independence from the British Empire, Union of South Africa.

1919 Milner's secretary Lionel Curtis helps founding the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA or Chatham House) with Arthur Balfour Cecil, after the Paris Peace Conference, simultaneously with the Council of Foreign Relations, to move towards world government.

1926 Ernest Oppenheimer is elected to the board of De Beers.

1948 apartheid regime (designed by Hendrik Verwoerd of Broederbond), rule of 20% white minority with secret service trained provocateur agents like ANC leader Julius Malema and Pik Botha as controlled opposition.

1958 Hendrik Verwoerd as prime minister. pm John Vorsters and Pik Botha attend Le Cercle.

1961 Charles Swart (Columbia University) as 1st president.

1962 United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid with Miriam Makeba.

1966 Hendrik Verwoerd is assassinated.

1968 Miriam Makeba marries Stokely Carmichael (Civil Rights Movement).

1980s Project Coast (chemical and biological warfare, drug experiments) with PW Botha's physician Wouter Basson.

1984 PW Botha as pm.

1985 Knight of Malta Desmond Tutu as Bishop of Johannesburg (Lea Tutu member of Alpha Kappa Alpha).

1990 As a masonic ritual (Scottish rite with 33 grades) ANC member Nelson Mandela (Order of Malta) is released from prison of Robbeneiland on the 33d parallel after 33 years.

1991 end of apartheid legislation.

1992 Mossad propaganda agent Avi Lerner founds Nu Image (later Millennium Media with Saturnian hexagon logo) with directors of The Cannon Group like Sam Firstenberg (=Fürstenberg) making films in South Africa.

1993 Mandela and de Klerk are awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

1995 Rugby World Cup media ritual with Nelson Mandela and François Pienaar.

1996 Mandela founds the fake Truth and Reconciliation Commission, a staged trial like the Nuremberg trial, with Alex Boraine and Desmond Tutu (movies like In My Country with Samuel Jackson, Red Dust with Chiwetel Ejiofor and Hilary Swank, The Forgiven with Forest Whitaker and Eric Bana), to make the population believe the government was no longer involved in mind control and torture.

Mandela plays the role of Saviour and priest of the Multiculti Church in the media industry, meets with prince Charles and Diana Spencer, Oprah Winfrey, Michael Jackson, Evander Holyfield, Pele, The Spice Girls, pope John Paul II, Muammar Gaddafi, Nicolas Sarkozy, Jimmy Carter, Margaret Thatcher, Knight of Malta George HW Bush, jesuit Fidel Castro, Whitney Houston, jesuit Bill Clinton, Boris Yeltsin, Beyoncé, Bill Gates,...

1997 Operation Delta Force (assassins with delta programming) Sam Firstenberg Ernie Hudson Jeff Fahey Frank Zagarino Gideon Emery Hal Holbrook Joe Lara (American Cyborg, Tarzan in Manhattan) Natasha Sutherland (married to Steve Hofmeyr) Chuck Norris  Menahem Golan Avi Lerner filmed in Israel.

2002 Mandela plays the role of antagonist of George W Bush, in anticipation of False Prophet Barack Obama. He appoints jesuit Farid Esack as commissioner for gender equality.

2004 In My Country (propaganda about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission) Samuel Jackson Nick Boraine Juliette Binoche Brendan Gleeson, produced by Robert Chartoff (Rocky franchise with Sylvester Stallone, used in Avi Lerner's movies) Mike Medavoy (jewish, trained at Ford Ord, OFOTCN).

2009 Jacob Zumba as president. Neil Blomkamp makes District 9 with Sharito Copley and Nick Boraine, produced by Peter Jackson for Sony Pictures. Jesuit Clint Eastwood makes Invictus with Morgan Freeman (Invictus Games with Harry Mountbatten) as Nelson Mandela and Matt Damon as François Pienaar. Clarke Peters plays Mandela in End Game.

Patrice Motsepe (African Rainbow Minerals) is the brother of First Lady Tshepo Motsepe. Patrick Soon-Shiong (Berggruen Institute) owns the LA Times.

Die Antwoord is used in the music industry to normalize satanism. Elon Musk was educated at a Milner School in South Africa.

2018 Cyril Ramaphosa as president, Tito Mboweni (Goldman Sachs, World Economic Forum, World Bank) as Minister of Finance.

Governor-general of Union of South Africa

Herbert Gladstone (Order of the Bath, son of mason William Gladstone), Sydney Buxton, Arthur of Connaught (Saxe-Coburg, Order of St John, Order of the Bath, Order of the Garter), Alexander Cambridge (Governor-General of Canada), George Villiers (Order of the Garter, Order of St John), Patrick Duncan (2nd Boer War under Alfred Milner, Order of St John), Nicolaas Jacobus de Wet, Gideon Brand van Zyl, Ernest Jansen.


Charles Swart, Jim Fouché, Jan de Klerk, Niko Diederichs, PW Botha, Frederik de Klerk, Nelson Mandela (Order of Malta), Thabo Mbeki (Order of Malta), Kgalema Motianthe, Jacob Zuma, Cyril Ramaphosa (MTN, Lonmin, WEF).

Controlled opposition

Credo Mutwa (David Icke)
Michael Tellinger (Gaia, Ubuntu)


Alfred Milner

Nelson Mandela