New World Order and 2021

New World Order: Globalists and Classic Socialists are saying there will be no more cash, a single world government, a single world military, a single world (Global) economy and a single world currency, and, they are not saying it, but it is a given, a single ruling elite.

That is what classic socialism and corporate capitalism want, ironic that they want the same thing. Centralised control of wealth, the means of production and the market place, and a compliant and obedient population.

The so called great reset will see all debt forgiven in return for which you lose all private property and all your rights and all your freedom and instead pay rent for everything you use or possess. Well, that would be a bad deal for everyone who has ever striven to maximise their property and minimise their debt.

The NWO want a universal basic income as a means of enforcing that compliance. They want forced immunisation (against seasonal flu, which is what covid19 is). What for? Just to boost the coffers of Bill Gates and his cronies and to subjugate the population.

I am as angry as a rattlesnake and oppose these ideas en toto..

They did not invite us to Davos. They did not ask us about their grand plans and had they, we would have said no. So now we are saying no.

In South Africa we have four vehicles to express that sentiment. Doubtless there are others.

Civics Movement of SA (Cmosa) (, promoting democracy at community level, Direct Democracy Forum (DDF) ( promoting democracy at a national level, Democratic Forums (DemForm) ( promoting Democracy at an international and global level, and Rock Solid News (RSN) ( , a news service that is not bought and paid for by the establishment.

In part, these vehicles are still being built but we want their web presence up and running for early 2021.

We want to tell the establishment that we are the 99% and they are the 1%, and they should know their places.

That is my response to the Covid19 conspiracy and the plandemic and the lock-down and the destruction of our lives, our liberty and our right to pursue happiness.

Happy New Year. May 2021 restore our lives, our liberty and our right to pursue happiness.

WEF: SA’s Education Saga Continues, unabated.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Information Technology Report 2014 slated South Africa on a number of issues which were mostly ICT (information and communication technologies) related.

Some key issues were the ranking of South Africa on
The quality of SA’s education system                            146 0f 148
The quality of SA’s Maths and science education         148 of 148
Internet access in schools (3.1 of a possible 7)            116 of 148

The importance of ICT to government                           116 of 148

Admittedly these rankings are not the result of scientific or academic testing (such as from standardised tests) but are from surveys reported in the WEF’s Executive Opinion Survey. So these are opinions and not facts. But they are pretty damning opinions since they come from the market place that the education system is supposed to serve and worse still are born out by various other surveys and rankings of performance of SA school children in academic test situations such as discussed here at education again in the spotlight and here at maths in crises again and here at why low education standards, indicating that these opinions seem to be born out in more objective measurements going back some years and are even acknowledged by a ministerial task team (see here) – yet government glibly deny the nature and the extent of the problem, as reported here. Yet again, the ANC government is in denial

This report puts SA’s Maths and Science reports pretty much into perspective and coincidentally also more than less supports the WEF survey results.

There is nothing like a bit of first-hand experience to illustrate the effect of our weak maths education system, so here is a gem. Customer to till supervisor when claiming 5% discount on R200 purchased at a major retail grocery chain store – “I have R100 cash and a card. Can I purchase R100 for cash and take my 5% discount on that and purchase the other R100 on my card and take 5% discount on that?”. (Note: 5% discount is a standard arrangement for the store). Supervisor to customer “No. You can’t do that because then you would be getting 10% and we only give 5%”. True story.

One needed to remember that the quality of the supervisor’s maths education was not the supervisor’s fault but was the fault of the ANC government’s education system, which had left her badly misinformed.

The point is that for all government’s rationalisation, our maths and science and indeed many of our humanities education systems are inadequate for the task set them, that is, to educate. Things are not getting better as government asserts, but are sliding. Improved results are not a function of improved performance but of sliding standards and the till supervisor who thinks that 5% of R100 + 5% of another R100 is equal to 10% of R200, will become the norm. Not their fault. It’s the system’s fault and ultimately government’s fault, because the ANC  government have hijacked the education system for the sake of political expediency.

A Direct Democracy Forum (DDF) administration will have to undo perhaps as much as a quarter century of educational political expediency. The DDF have a structured policy to address the education crises at all levels from pre-school to post-graduate. Having said that, that education cycle is at least a twenty five year cycle and only those entering the education cycle in year one of a DDF administration will feel the full benefits of being properly educated throughout their academic career.  Those already in the cycle at that time will have to play catch-up for the remainder of their academic careers. That is not ideal but at least is better than not playing catch-up, and at least a DDF administration will be supporting them in the process. See DDF eduction policies.

There will be an enormous cost attached to this enormous effort but fortunately a DDF administration, through the application of TEAL, will have the means of paying for it without further destituting the nation. See DDF Tax policies

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