EU style Supremacy comes to Southern Africa. Do Africans even care about their own identity, languages or culture?
As time goes by it is becoming clear that the fall of Apartheid was merely the first step of a more sinister regional Supremacist Power Structure, and one which really does involve genocide!
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has announced plans to introduce a new regional EU style law which would see all SADC countries holding a common passport. Clearly this is yet another step towards regional conglomeration and the formation of the African Union into an European Union style centrist, undemocratic power structure, despite the EU currently showing all signs of failure.
In the same way that the EU was introduced using the carrot and stick method, visa free travel is first offered as a temptation to relax national boundaries and give up national identities. A decade later the local population wakes up to the realisation it was all a ruse by world supremacist, Oligarchs, Elites and Communists to merge all the countries onto one Superstate. Who knows, there might even be a mini boom to sweeten the pot of self destruction and genocide.
Ever wondered why “activists” are demanding English in Afrikaans Universities and not their own native languages? Who is paying them or giving them free accommodation?
This passport would allow for easy passage between bordering countries, and provide a single travel document for international travel, according to Traveller24. So now a passport is no longer a symbol of national citizenship, but merely a travel document? How sneaky these world supremacists are. This is largely a PR exercise and merely rubber stamping what little border control there already is in place, with millions of migrants flooding into South Africa.
This follows the already completed introduction of an AU passport for dignitaries and officials during an African Union conference held in July 2016, with the ultimate to extend the travel document to all Africans at a later date.
Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East Africa Cooperation, Ambassador Ramadhani Mwinyi confirmed that his department was working to ensure that an individual only uses one passport as an international travel document across the globe.
“The current work between member states was to integrate systems to ensure an East African national who is also a member of SADC carries only one travel document,” said Mwinyi.
The current SADC countries include:
- Democratic Republic of Congo
- South Africa
The Ministry of Home affairs had not replied for comment at the time of publication.
Meanwhile, in what seems a further cosying up between the totalitarian EU and South Africa, the department of home affairs has confirmed to BusinessTech that visa-free travel to the EU is still currently in the works, following a proposal by Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba in September 2016. Little do they realise the traffic will all be one way, as proven by all the migrant slave boats crossing the Med.
According to Gigaba, the EU was looking at the relaxation or elimination of its visa requirements for South African passport holders after meeting with European Union Ambassador Marcus Cornaro late last year.
Measures being looked at include the feasibility of multiple-entry visas for SA business travellers to the EU, as well as full exemptions for South African leisure travellers.
At the time, Gigaba indicated that the new regulations could be introduced as early as March 2017, but the process is still ongoing.
In a follow-up on the new proposals, home affairs spokesperson Mayihlome Tshwete confirmed that the visa-free travel for South Africans is still currently in the works.
Tshwete said that the department had officially submitted its proposal for the relaxed travel regulations to the EU, and that it was awaiting feedback – expected within the coming months.
The spokesperson stressed that the decision was not entirely in South Africa or the EU’s hands, but would have to be dealt with on a country-by-country basis.