[ read online books ] Hendrik Frensch VerwoerdSouth Africa'a Greatest Prime MinisterAuthor Stephen Mitford Goodson – Publitags.co

Marks The Half Century That Has Passed Since The Brutal Assassination Of Dr Hendrik Verwoerd In The House Of Assembly, Cape Town, On September This Passage Of Time Not Only Allows For A New Perspective, But Provides An Opportunity To Examine And Reassess Dr Verwoerd S Life And Achievements Dr Verwoerd Has Been Unjustly Condemned As The Architect Of Apartheid, When It Was In Fact The Official Policy Of Successive Dutch And British Colonial Administrations Dr Verwoerd Gave Apartheid A New Name, A Different Meaning And Dimension And Implemented It In A Far Humane Manner For The Benefit Of Everyone Separation At Social Level, Mutual Co Operation In The Economic Sphere And Scope For The Indigenous Bantu Peoples To Obtain Their Freedom And Independence At Their Own Pace, Unhindered By The Depredations Of The Super Capitalists And International Bankers These Policies Received Widespread Support Throughout All Population Groups And Were A Reflection Of An Economy Growing At % Per Annum And A Black Unemployment Rate Of % Amongst Black People Dr Verwoerd Was Accorded The Highest Accolades With The Titles Of Rapula, The Rainmaker Who Brings The Good Things In Life, And Sebeloke, The Protector Of The People Dr Verwoerd Would Not Tolerate Any Interference In The Internal Affairs Of South Africa And It Was His Determination To Destroy The Subversive Activities Of The International Money Power, Which Contributed To His Demise And The Eventual Downfall Of South Africa To Day The Country Is An Abject Colony Of The International Bankers And, Not Surprisingly, Experiences The Greatest Disparity In Income Distribution In The World


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    Stephen Mitford Goodson s eloquent biography of Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd shows Verwoerd to be a reformer and not a tyrant as he is so often portrayed by liberal South African media and the great man s cultural marxist antagonists Verwoerd reformed South Africa s economy in only 8 years and was on the verge of further reforms by levying a 40% corporation tax on the Oppenheimer s Anglo American Company it was only paying 6% corporation tax , reducing income tax as a result of taxing the commercial sector and creating financial opportunities in black traditional lands through a humane application of his predecessors apartheid policies The book delves into both the assassination attempt of 1961 and Verwoerd s assassination by manchurian candidate Tsafendas in September 1966 linking the murder to the shadowy cabal headed by Anton Rupert and Harry Oppenheimer The book makes for a fascinating read and shows the great potential South Africa has for both blacks and whites under principled, creative and industrious leadership the likes of H.F Verwoerd.