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Monday, December 28, 2009

Racist White Monogamous Christian People, who practice racist concentration of wealth family planning, are to blame for Black African Poverty..





“All [young girls or women] opposing the wishes of the [ANC young cadres] were reminded, that it was every woman’s obligation to give birth to new “soldiers”, in order to replace those warriors killed in the liberation struggle. The idiom of the adolescents referred to these patriotic efforts as “operation production”. Because of exactly this reason it was forbidden for the girls to use contraceptives.” » » Africanisation of RSA: ANC's Occult “Struggle” Politics: Witchcraft and the State in South Africa
According to Sam Ditshego -- who it appears subscribes to the African Ideal of Manhood -- the purpose of women, is to act as “the Production Agents of Wealth,” by breeding large numbers of children; because allegedly “peasants adjust the number of children they have to the economic, political, juridical and ideological conditions of their lives.”

Put differently, if you are a peasant and want to be rich, then you adjust your breeding practices to include a large number of wives, so that you can breed a large number of children, who can work for you as economic slaves, sex slaves (sold into forced marriages); or if you are really enlightened, they are your old age insurance policy.

Very few African peasants consider white cultural family financial planning practices, to be conducive to an emotionally or psychologically healthy family. Why on earth would you want to save your money, work hard, study, get an education, find someone you love to marry, be monogamous, and commit to providing a loving and safe stable environment for your children; when instead you can spend your money on whores and alcohol, marry a few wives, whom you can put to work, so you can sit around and do nothing and be lazy, fornicate and breed even more bastard and/or AIDS infested children, which you can use as economic or sex slaves; or just abandon to homelessness. To an African peasant doing the former is quite simply white man's imbecilic stupidity; while the latter is a demonstration of African superior intelligence, and manhood strength. In the African Ideal of Manhood, compassion and respect for children and women, is a sign of Male Weakness.

The reason there is so much black poverty, black crime, black homelessness, etc; has nothing to do with how black Africans breed children for which they have no financial plans to provide support for; Black Poverty has absolutely nothing to do with black beliefs about procreation, black procreation behaviours, and absolutely nothing to do with African ideals of ‘manhood’ (sic). Nothing that black people do, or believe, contribute to black poverty.

Black poverty is a result of one thing, and one thing only 'white racism'. And 'white racism' has no justifications, there is nothing that blacks do, or no black behaviour that justifies any white person to have the slightest inkling of 'racism'.

The only people to blame for black poverty are white people: particularly white people who choose not to breed dozens of unwanted poverty stricken children, and who instead work and study hard, save money and resources; and thereby are capable of concentrating their wealth, due to hard work, hard studying, and refraining from breeding dozens of unwanted and/or illegitimate children. White people who are so 'racist' that they refuse to adopt black African ideals of manhood, about how to treat women and children, as economic and sex slaves.

Thankfully, a few sincere liberal white and black voices do disagree:
“But rural poverty definitely plays a part in keeping the tradition alive. Parents may depend on the bride prices that are paid, and may ask their children to go into it.” -- Political analyst Protas Madlala

“Second, polygamy is one of social policy that keeping people in poverty cycle. Right now, a Minister in the government of South Sudan is making around $75,000 to $100,000 a year about $5000 a month. But, yet most ministers remain in poverty line because they have many mouths to feed. And the reason for that is because people are married many wives, without putting into consideration the consequences of raising a large family. It’s become custom for many South Sudanese men whenever one get promoted they tend to marries a new bride, instead to invest in his children’s future and having better life with his family.”
-- Khorhok Gar, Bor, Jonglei state, Sudan

“Although polygamy itself is not a prohibited practice under international human rights law ... it tends to perpetuate women’s low social and economic status by forcing women to share valuable resources with their husbands other wives and children. In its complex role in inheritance law, for instance, it can directly impact a women's health, including her death from AIDS.”

“Polygamy has a detrimental effect on children as well as women. When a man has more than one wife, he can have large numbers of children in a short period of time. Numbers of children and wives compete for a small, finite amount of resources. Conflict often erupts among the families because a large number of children and wives are competing for a small, finite amount of resources.”

-- Vanessa von Struensee, The Contribution of Polygamy to Women's Oppression and Impoverishment: An Argument for its Prohibition


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Zuma is set for wife No 5 - wedding plans in place

Canaan Mdletshe, Sowetan
28 December 2009



South African president Jacob Zuma with his three wives, Sizakele Khumalo, right, Nompumelo Ntuli, far left, and Thobeka Mabhija, second from left. Photograph: Mike Hutchings/AFP/Getty Images

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma is set to tie the knot with his fifth wife, Thobeka Mabhija, next Monday.

Though the details of the wedding are being kept under wraps, Sowetan has learnt that Zuma will marry Mabhija exactly two years after he married his fourth wife, Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma.


Mabhija has been seen at many official events with other first ladies, including Sizakele MaKhumalo-Zuma.

Msholozi paid ilobolo to the Mabhija family two years ago. Earlier this year the Mabhija family sent gifts to the Zuma family, an indication that all matters regarding the wedding, including a date, had been set.

Mabhija was born in Durban in 1973. She grew up in Umlazi and matriculated at Umlazi Commercial High School.

She studied at the Umlazi Campus of the University of Zululand where she graduated with a BCom. Mabhija then worked for Standard Bank, Ithala and Cell C.

The wedding was scheduled for early this year but had to be postponed because of Zuma’s work commitments.

It is believed that after being sworn in as president, Zuma’s busy schedule did not allow him to devote time to the wedding plans. Zuma has been at his homestead at Nkandla since last Tuesday, where he participated in the KwaZulu-Natal chess tournament. He also spent Christmas with family members and relatives and relaxed by going out walking on the family land without his bodyguards. He also unwound by shooting birds with a sling shot and by drinking umqombothi (traditional beer).

But our source in the family confirmed that the wedding is due to take place, but it will be a private affair. “The wedding is on January 4,” she said. “Only close family friends, relatives and locals are expected to attend .”

Zuma was legally married to Kate Zuma, who died in 2000, and former home affairs minister Nkozasana Dlamini-Zuma. They were divorced in 1998. The present first ladies are Sizakele Khumalo and Nompumelelo Mantuli.

» » » » [Sowetan (PDF)]


Father of 10 Milton Mbhele marries four women at same time to save money

BBC & News.com.au
AFP September 29, 2009


A MAN walked four brides to the altar, marrying them at the same time to save money and prevent cheating. Although polygamy is legally recognised in South Africa, father of 10 (others say 11) Milton Mbhele was still unusual in organising the weddings at the same time.

The 44-year-old local government employee from KwaZulu Natal pledged his undying and equal love at a lavish white wedding held in a giant marquee in a sports field.

The marriage - which is legal in Zulu culture - involves this white wedding, followed by a traditional ceremony in KwaZulu-Natal.

Paid for 33 cows lobola, to the families of his future wives, to 'purchase' their marriage.

Mbhele, who has seven children with his four brides and three from previous relationships, cited his Zulu "culture" and economic reasons for the unusual wedding.

"It doesn't help to have one wife and have 30 girlfriends that drain you so much you end up with no money," Mbhele said

He has already been married to Thobile Vilakazi for 12 years and has 11 children.

"I want her to be happy," he said of Ms Vilakazi. "I think getting married to her for the second time would make her happy since I will be taking in three other wives so this will relieve her in some way."

His "middle wives" - as he described them - are Zanele Langa and Happiness Mdlolo, both 24.

The youngest wife, 23-year-old Smangele Cele, said she was looking forward to marrying Mr Mbhele, even though it means she'll have to share him. She said the wives planned to live separately, with their husband rotating between them.



» » » » [BBC] [News.com.au]



General Shirinda is proud of his huge family

Wilson Dzebu, Zoutnet
Date: 27 April 2007



General MD Shirinda with his six wives. They are, from left to right: Mthavini, Mphephu, Doris, Modjadji, Tsatsawane and Emma. Photo: Zoutnet

Meet General MD Shirinda, a proud polygamist who has six wives and 49 children! He says his big family is the pillar of his strength in his daily life. A traditional healer and star Xitsonga musician, Shirinda (71) stays at Makhasa Village, outside Malamulele.

Shirinda, who has been a traditional healer since he was 12 years old, supports his big family through traditional healing and he says he has never made a fortune through music, although he is regarded as a legend of Xitsonga traditional music. He says he inherited his traditional healing powers from his father, Xirinda, who died many years ago. "I am the seventh candidate in my family tree’s traditional healing line."

A responsible father, Shirinda says of his children: "Some of my children are teachers, police officers, doctors and engineers. I make sure that I encourage them to take education seriously because it is the only weapon for success."

Shirinda says he has no problem in supporting his big family because he is a responsible parent. He says a bakery vehicle comes to his home to deliver bread three times a week. "We use 18 loaves for breakfast each day. I also make sure that the bread is smeared with butter and the tea has creamer on a daily basis." He added that an 80kg bag of maize meal only lasts for four days.

» » » » [Zoutnet]



Why poor people have more kids

Sam Ditshego, Kagiso, Sowetan
17 December 2009


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ON December 14 Tim Modise’s After Eight SABC radio show discussed poverty. But nobody brought up the fact that poverty is engendered by the concentration of wealth in a few hands.

Some callers said poverty was caused by high population growth. Nothing could be further from the truth. Research shows that people are not poor because they have large families but have big families because they are poor.

In the peasant sector of the peripheral economy the division of labour by sex is between production of commodities and production of use values. In towns it is primarily between production and consumption functions.

Women are production agents. Children are thus raised as production and protection agents and incorporated into the labour process of small land holdings.

Peasants adjust the number of children they have to the economic, political, juridical and ideological conditions of their lives.

Among these conditions the economic structure ultimately tends to be the major determinant behaviour, especially at low-income levels. Individual economic rationality does not exist in the abstract – it is conditioned by the social position of the household relative to productive resources and to the social division of labour.

Since having children is often the only means to secure access to additional resources, more children are raised to increase the labour applied to a fixed piece of land so that it will not fall below subsistence level.

So those with the least land need the most children.

» » » » [Sowetan]



The Contribution of Polygamy to Women's Oppression and Impoverishment: An Argument for its Prohibition

Vanessa von Struensee
Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law


Polygamy Exacerbates The Impoverishment Of Women

Financial dependence created from a lack of resources can pressure women into entering polygamous marriages.[11] Polygamy exacerbates the impoverishment of women by limiting their access to financial resources during the marriage and upon divorce or death of the husband.[12] Polygamy is widespread in Asia and Africa among both Muslims and non-Muslims.[13] Polygamy has a detrimental effect on children as well as women. When a man has more than one wife, he can have large numbers of children in a short period of time. Numbers of children and wives compete for a small, finite amount of resources. In countries with population control policies, women’s rights are curtailed but one has not seen a proposal to ban polygamy,[14] which is viewed perhaps as a man’s right. Conflict often erupts among the families because a large number of children and wives are competing for a small, finite amount of resources.


Law can urge greater equality, but banning harmful practices such as polygamy, or even educating against them offers only one line of defense until women can turn to themselves for security and sustenance. Where economic development improves the situation of men, without bettering the situation of women, poorer treatment of women might become even worse in a community. [15] This was noted by a researcher in the development of irrigation projects in Sudan, where the projects were structured with male heads of households in charge of family labor.[16] This state of affairs can correlate with increased female circumcision where the increase of male economic power could lead to an increase in the practice of polygamy, a symbol of male status.[17] When adopted, polygamy has the potential to encourage stricter circumcision practices as a result of competition among wives to please their husband sexually. [18]

Today, “sub-Sahara Africa has incidence rates between twelve and thirty-eight percent compared with less than two percent for China, between one and seven percent for the Muslim countries in North Africa and the Middle East and less than ten percent for nineteenth century Mormons.” [19] In Kenya and parts of Uganda, female circumcision occurs when a girl becomes a teenager, as a rite of passage into womanhood before she is married. [20] In Sudan, Egypt, Nigeria, Eritrea, and Somalia, female circumcision occurs at a much younger age.[21] The goal in many of these communities is to protect a girl’s virginity,[22] which is vital to ensuring her prospects for marriage. [23] In communities where polygamy is prominent, female circumcision is also intended as a tool to curb women’s sex drive, thus easing the pressure on the husband to satisfy all of his wives sexually. [24] While there is no uniformity in law across Islamic African countries there are a significant range of shared social and legal problems confronting women's economic, political, domestic and social activities. Although the current legal and political framework in each African nation varies considerably, most of them demonstrate some similarities, in each country the legacy of a colonial western legal structure is coexistent with Islamic and indigenous legal frameworks that reflect local customs and religious practices with the result that contemporary legal practices are complex and there seems to be a need for evaluating the role of the laws drawn from these religious, customary, domestic, international and regional legal models. This article will present legal arguments for banning polygamy in the context of Africa.

» » » » [Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law: The Contribution of Polygamy to Women's Oppression and Impoverishment: An Argument for its Prohibition, Vanessa von Struensee (PDF)]


» » [Sunday Tribune: Rural development, a key to reduce poverty in South Sudan (PDF)]
» » [Times Online: The rise of Jacob Zuma; polygamist, ‘Zulu peasant’ and president in waiting]
» » [BBC: Jacob Zuma, his 3 wives & 19 children]


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Racist White Monogamous Christian People, who practice racist concentration of wealth family planning, are to blame for Black African Poverty". This is the most blatant racist lie I have ever heard.

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

I guess you did not bother to read beyond the headline?

Too eager to accuse someone of being a racist?

What about:

According to Sam Ditshego -- who it appears subscribes to the African Ideal of Manhood -- the purpose of women, is to act as “the Production Agents of Wealth,” by breeding large numbers of children; because allegedly “peasants adjust the number of children they have to the economic, political, juridical and ideological conditions of their lives.”..

Put differently, if you are a peasant and want to be rich, then you adjust your breeding practices to include a large number of wives, so that you can breed a large number of children, who can work for you as economic slaves, sex slaves (sold into forced marriages); or if you are really enlightened, they are your old age insurance policy...............

did you not understand?

Are you only here to read the headlines, and you can't be bothered with the content?

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

or perhaps you don't understand the concept of 'irony'?

writer's licence to encourage 'critical thinking'?

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