#voice-channel-chat (Discord ID: 471436422616842241) in Willem Petzer Live Chat, page 8
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Where have they even gone? Is there a secret video chat that doesn't appear???
Lol where is it??? 🙄
lol at the bottom
I can't see it!!! 😟
its admin only
it's the new illuminati happening...
Seems pretty globalist to me, ya get me?
A bit Bilderburg and all that
specially with the snake logo... 😉
it's a mirrored six and there are three objects on the logo, so 3 sixes
Just kidding ..
and it is shaped in a triangle with one eye
Lol. Who's logo is this?
oh haha the pofadder logo
I'm waiting for jenkins to build some scripts, so I have some time to talk nonsense.
That's totes globalist
you still thinking of heading to the lauren southern steve molyneux? (or have they left already?)
I was thinking about it, but I'll pass for now
it doesn't want to toggle to on
na I got it
just listening in now
the cheaper DSTV alternative?
Renaldo sê mos die EFF gaan sukkel om 10% te kry volgende jaar...
Ek dink hulle gaan maklik 10% kry.
wat geword van al die witwolwe? ;)
hulle ook gewaai?
geen radicals meer oor nie.
en nous ons f*cked
Looks like they are wearing pineapple pajamas.
DA vat ook nou credit vir die Mugabe ruling :/
@theeChristopher Btw are you using your computer? Have your tried using app on your phone? Mic might work then
perhaps I should use the desktop app and not the webapp
Not sure. I just downloaded the app onto my phone that's what I use. Sheamus couldn't get his headset to work on comp but worked fine on phone
great will give it a try
you must get your shower doors sandblasted.
Lol all gone
everyone ran away
Into the inner sanctum
oh you were listening to his video
The EFF are the small boys, the ANC uses them
they are waiting for us to take the first step
so they can say see they hate us.
guys in the chat
have you watched the video mind of the black man?
I grew up in the rural areas and not once could a zulu explain to me the colour of grass.
Grass is green isn't it?
they don't have a word to describe it
so they will say grass looks like when the water has growth on it
and then they will refer to green.
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"My impression as to your cheap labour was soon disillusioned when I saw your people at work. No doubt they are lowly paid, but the return is equally so; to see your men at work made me feel that you are a very satisfied and easy-going race who reckon time is no object. When I spoke to some managers they informed me that it was impossible to change the habits of a national heritage."
This excerpt appears in Ha-Joon Chang's book "Bad Samaritans" and it was written by an Australian consultant with regards to Japan in August 1915. Chang also mentions Sidney Gulick's 1903 book "Evolution of the Japanese" which also stereotypes the Japanese as "'easy-going' and 'emotional' people who possessed qualities like 'lightness of heart, freedom from all anxiety for the future, living chiefly for the present.'"
I don't have details on Brazil, but I am almost certain that this "Brazilian time" is just a symptom of some completely reversible, systemic problem that is making it difficult to do business with high-technologies in Brazil.
Unfortunately can't talk
On 8 September 1834, the Boer Kommissietrek of 20 men and one woman including a retinue of coloured servants, set off from Grahamstown for Natal with 14 wagons. Moving through the Eastern Cape, they were welcomed by the Xhosa who were at loggerheads with the neighbouring Zulu King Dingane kaSenzangakhona, and they passed unharmed into Natal. They travelled more or less the same route as Dr. Andrew Smith had taken two years earlier.
The trek avoided the coastal route, keeping to the flatter inland terrain. The kommissietrek approached Port Natal from East Griqualand and Ixopo, crossing the upper regions of the Mtamvuna and Umkomazi rivers. The travel pace was slow due to the rugged terrain, and since it was the summer, the rainy season had swollen many of the rivers to their maximum. Progress required days of scouting to locate the most suitable tracks to negotiate. Eventually after weeks of incredible toil, the small party arrived at Port Natal crossing the Congela River and weaving their way through the coastal forest into the bay area. They had travelled a distance of about 650 km from Grahamstown. This trip would have taken about 5–6 months with their slow moving wagons. The Drakensberg route via Kerkenberg into Natal had not yet been discovered.
They arrived at the sweltering hot bay of Port Natal in February 1835 exhausted after their long journey. There, the trek was soon welcomed with open arms by the few British hunters and ivory traders there such as James Collis and including semi-invalid Rev. Allen Francis Gardiner (1794–1851), an ex-commander of the Royal Navy ship Clinker, who had decided to start a mission station there.
The Xhosa Wars (also known as the Cape Frontier Wars, or Africa's 100 Years War) were a series of nine wars or flare-ups (from 1779 to 1879) between the Xhosa tribes and European settlers in what is now the Eastern Cape in South Africa. These events were the longest-running military action in the history of African colonialism.[a]
The Second Boer War (11 October 1899 – 31 May 1902) was fought between the British Empire and two Boer states, the South African Republic (Republic of Transvaal) and the Orange Free State, over the Empire's influence in South Africa. It is also known variously as the Boer War, Anglo-Boer War, or South African War. Initial Boer attacks were successful, and although British reinforcements later reversed these, the war continued for years with Boer guerrilla warfare, until harsh British counter-measures brought them to terms.
The First Boer War (Afrikaans: Eerste Vryheidsoorlog, literally "First Freedom War"), also known as the First Anglo-Boer War, the Transvaal War or the Transvaal Rebellion, was a war fought from 16 December 1880 until 23 March 1881 between the United Kingdom and the South African Republic (also known as Transvaal Republic; not to be confused with the modern-day Republic of South Africa). The war resulted in defeat for the British and the second independence of the South African Republic.
1910 Union of South Africa, mostly British Favoured rule until 1948
1948 Start of Apartheid (Afrikaner favoritism)
1976 Soweto Uprisings (Led by the black consciousness movement and SASSO)
Soviets saw the ANC becoming irrelevant and took them for further training in Vietnam
1980s-1994 People's War (ANC consolidating power against competing black african political organisations)
cape town, johannesburg, durban
Check out @BevHillsAntifa7’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/BevHillsAntifa7/status/1021290174599213057?s=09
@AltCapRight here is the kangaroo court happening right now https://twitter.com/Klipkop12/status/1024238897285537792
this girl was probably born in the 90s
@Klipkop (Clip-Cop) great idea, how about a 2d map of africa with growing territorial borders over time
Can you also do a map showing Wakanda? I wanna go there
I’m just listening In, I’m busy driving
Will prob be home In 30mins
You shouldn't be texting while driving
@AltCapRight Early conflicts
First war (1779–81)
The First Xhosa War broke out in 1779 between Boer frontiersmen and the Xhosa. In December 1779 an armed clash started, the war was resulted by allegations of cattle theft by Xhosa people. This led to Adreaan Van Jaarsveld capturing a large number of cattle from the Xhosa and claiming to have driven them out of Zuurveld by July 1781 
Second war (1789–93)
The second war involved a larger territory.
Start of British involvement
Fourth War (1811–12)
The Fourth War was the first experienced under British rule.
Fifth War (1818–19)
#question was Zuurveld White land that blacks immigrated to and then were driven out?
Did any of the wars above result in border expansion?
If one of them did, did the war start because of White aggression or not?
Dutch and Serbs
note how uncontroversial the height comment is
18 in Cape Town
ja I'm cold
@HoppeanSnake_ZA you should know the island, its where the Boers were sent, St Helena is where Napoleon was sent
My signal is bad. All of us are very aggressive, we are so angry and have to keep it inside and it wants to explode
We have generator, but we've been lucky so far
"Keep this in mind as you watch the news and browse your social feeds.
Also keep in mind that "the powers that be" intentionally and perpetually feed you information that will keep you angry with other Americans. #DivideAndConquer " Brandon Adams
I did not realise there was this massive statute of Mandela here:
who is murdering their mic?
Pop into voice!
Haha okay, but only for a bit. Currently working on videos 😃
The General Chat channel?
fucken ping !!
Added Youngsta CPT - We Go Bos (Official Music Video) to the queue.
radio is going to kill us
"Before long, Zimbabwe faced its first ICSID claim, instituted in 2003 by a group of Dutch nationals whose farms had been seized. In 2009, an ICSID tribunal awarded the claimants US$ 10.6 million (plus 10 percent interest compounded every six months). The unpaid debt, after applying interest, stood at US$ 25 million by the end of 2015, when a US District Court authorised the claimants to execute the award against the US assets of several Zimbabwean state-owned entities.
In 2015, another ICSID tribunal upheld a claim against Zimbabwe by Swiss and German landowners and awarded them compensation (including moral damages) totalling over US$ 195 million. The Tribunal also ordered Zimbabwe to bear the claimants’ legal costs (about US$ 20 million), as well as the Tribunal’s costs (US$ 1.3 million). Zimbabwe’s own legal costs came to almost US$ 2 million."
R/$ 13.197 I think they announced after market close
if it's for real it will be R14/$ tomorrow noon
exactly, their logic is ANC not ABC
@Rendier what do you think about the chances of the DA winning the next election, or at the very least improving on their current vote percentage?
The hearings were only heald to show you how they sharpen the knife 😫
Papa Petzer destroyed me, no lies
I agree, the economy will fall so quick
Foreign capital is going to flee from this country ASAP
ja bra want hy is a poucher
ek wonder dit nog alteid!
Petzer is a master.
Statistics is king
my game is CS:GO
"Will go ahead to put forward the process through parliament" ..... "to define in more detail when and under what conditions"..... -> geensins die toon hoe ek BusinessNews se weergawe lees nie.
will still take a while to play out.... gives me more time to build up 'stock"
"de-hydrated mieliepap" 😃
what's the occasion everyonwe?
They just hanging out, not formal topic
"Will go ahead to put forward the process through parliament" ..... "to define in more detail when and under what conditions"
read sometime after elections
might be a ruse, they don't do EWC but they get more central control after elections(which they rig)
R/$ 13.197 I think they announced after market close
if it's for real it will be R14/$ tomorrow noon
I am glad there is talk about real subject matter and not another talk about computers.
and waist more money
on court cases.
I think the exchange rate will tell the tale, years in court doesn't matter with hyperinflation if the investor sentiment change
I have a good feeling about Republic of Natalia
I live in a muslim neighborhood ☪
allah akhbar motherfuckers
and parts of the freestate
Economic Freedom Fighters
Are you trolling me
Never in the same place haha
Edinburgh, Glasgow. Perthshire
Where you in SA?
Cool. I'm Glasgow 😂
Haha ... the chances
Cool Rob. Are things bad there ?
@Guss you can do some radiotelescoping to confirm/deny deejay's Flat Earth theory 🤣
depends what you mean by bad... I took this photo on Sunday that's our central train station
and that's the second time in a week
Aye so... stick that in the “not great” category ?