Pupils must fight untruths
ARTICLES I wrote on various topics were rejected by the mainstream, commercial media, but were published on-line by the Pan Africanist Youth Congress, the PAC's youth wing.
I want to raise the issue of the history taught at schools. I mean, the white man's story on the causes of both world wars.
VI Lenin spoke of the second colonial period, which started in the 1890s with the carving up of Africa, that eventually led to the outbreak of World War I.
In 1871 grand master Albert Pike of the Freemasons predicted three world wars in the 20th century in his book Morals and Dogma .
He was in a position to know because his and other secret societies were directing world affairs in most of Europe and North America. The wars came in the sequence in which they were "predicted" - the first to destroy Czarist Russia and make Russia the "bogeyman" to further the aims of those who controlled the world and still do.
The second was engineered by capitalising on the differences between German nationalists and political Zionists. And the third would be between Zionists and Arabs, Pike said. It was prolonged by a year or two so that the Soviet Union would have the commanding presence in Central and Eastern Europe.
Franklin D Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower repeatedly held back the advance of American troops to allow the capital cities of Central Europe to fall into Soviet hands.
With Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande, an SACP leader and rabidly anti-Africanism, pupils should expect to put up a big fight to have the information form part of the curriculum.
Those who don't regurgitate the propaganda of the neocolonial education system will be punished by being failed. They must fight to be part of designing the curriculum.
Sam Ditshego, Kagiso