New Member Greetings From South Africa - Richards Bay

Discussion in 'New Member Introduction' started by zulu-X-treme, Apr 9, 2019.

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  1. zulu-X-treme

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    Greetings all, thank you for a brilliant site with valuable shared insights and great information... I reach out to you from a the coastal town/city of Richards Bay or as the 'new' government would call it, The City of Umhlathuze, in the province of Kwazulu/Natal on the East Coast of South Africa.

    I've been getting my stuff together for a few years new and, as many South African's am waiting patiently for 'it' to happen already... As has been stated by numerous South Africans on this forum, it's not about if, it's about when, it's just a matter of time.

    Great to be part of his forum!!!
     
  2. Morgan101

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    Welcome from Missouri. Good to have you with us.
     
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  3. Sonofliberty

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    Why do you guys stay? You are horribly outnumbered and reviled by the natives. I know Russia offered to allow you guys to immigrate there, and IMO you would be welcome here.
    Well, either way, welcome to the forum.
     
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  4. TMT Tactical

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    Warm Welcome from the Arizona valley folks. USA

    I think I already did this somewhere else on the forum.
     
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  5. GrizzlyetteAdams

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    Welcome zulu-x-treme! I am very much looking forward to your posts. What is happening there may happen here someday.

    I know it can be hard to relocate, and not everyone has the resources or circumstances to do it, especially if it is very expensive or if you have close family ties who cannot leave with you...I got a taste of that when I was fortunate to be able to move far away to my forever home (BOL)... But I console myself with the idea that if needed, I have a safe place for my family to run to.


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  6. zulu-X-treme

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    Sonofliberty, horribly outnumbered is an understatement... Approx. 4.5 million whites to 49 million blacks... Interestingly the majority just want to get on with their lives and live peacefully, but, a select few (puppets with the assistance of George Soros and the like) have twisted the truth and using the 'Conquer & Divide' tactic have shifted the focus from an incredibly inept government, controlled by greedy, power hungry, narcissistic psychopaths to the whites... 20 odd years later and everything is still our fault, with the sheeple being completely oblivious to the fact that they are being 'played'!!!

    Corruption is out of control, with trillions looted over the last few years, every single government institution is on the brink of collapse and the sheeple are convinced it's because of us. Having said that, I live in a middle to upper class suburb with numerous neighbours being black and we are all on the same page when it comes to what is wrong with the country. Unfortunately it's the millions of poor blacks who have seen nothing change for them since the so called 'Democracy' came to South Africa...

    As is the case in every single African country and I'm sure numerous countries throughout the world, governments are essentially big gangs with cadre employment, nepotism, cronyism, career politicians and corporations calling the 'shots'. With a populace that honestly believe that voting will change everything and that a 'new' master will make their lives better, a state of individuals that rely on government for everything and a government that uses that reliance to enforce a measure of control - If you don't vote for me you will loose your benefits etc. and a populace of sheeple who actually believe it. South Africa has become a country of folk who work for a living against those that vote for a living - True Communism under the guise of Socialism!!!

    Interesting fact - “In South Africa, about 1.7 million people (roughly 3% of the population) pay about 80% of income tax,” - "I work for a living because millions of South Africans depend on me"!!! - And the average citizen does not have a clue how dire the situation is becoming as more & more tax payers flee South Africa... And I can bet you, the 3% did NOT vote for the ruling party :mad:

    Why do we stay - There's all sorts of challenges to leaving, financial, employment opportunities abroad, age restrictions and of course the fact that we'll be leaving our home. It's an incredibly difficult decision to make :(
     
  7. TMT Tactical

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    zulu-X-treme

    I hear your pain and understand your desire and need to stay. Since you are literally at a million to one odds (4.5 million vs, 49 million) that is a no win situation. All that you have said is accurate and true but that just reinforces the very real need to get the heck gone. No outside force (nation) is going to come to the rescue. The economy is going to collapse (no nation can be funded by just 3% of the population) simple math. As more of the tax payers leave, the failure is hurried along. Even an armed revolution is not in the works, not enough population to support it and it would just be painted as White Privilege Nationalist trying to STEAL the country again. Africa will implode, you do not want to be there when it finally happens. Do not be the Jews to Hitlers Germany. Every failing nation/ government/organization needs a scape goat and it is already clear you guys are the designated scape goats. You have a choice, once you remove the emotions, BE gone or be dead!!!
     
  8. zulu-X-treme

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    Simply put, the Laffer curve shows that tax increases can only raise additional revenue up to a certain point, after which any further tax increases actually raise less money for the government. This is because the tax increase, apart from incentivising people to avoid taxes, leads to less money available to invest in the economy and therefore less economic growth. It also leads to a reduction in economic activity by making it more expensive to keep your current staff complement in the case of income taxes like the R13.8 billion announced for this year.

    https://dailyfriend.co.za/news/government-is-running-out-of-our-money
     
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  9. IBME

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    Welcome to this forum.
     
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