Category Archives: Joseph Secrève

Hendrik Verwoerd

Verwoerd’s echo from a dead man talking

by Joseph Secrève What do Hendrik Verwoerd and Ray Jasper have in common? At first glance this question may seem a bit peculiar, with Verwoerd being the well-known and much…

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Nihilism: South Africa’s new religion

By Joseph Secrève. What does nihilism mean? That the highest values devaluate themselves. The aim is lacking; “why” finds no answer. – Nietzsche. I’ve recently perused an old interview dating…

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Apartheid and Black Consciousness: An unexplored angle

by Joseph Secrève The late 50′s and 60′s were interesting times worldwide. Dramatic shifts took place and people of various nations and convictions were busy experimenting with new identities and…

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Mandela, Obama and the end of democracy

  One of the best means of enslaving an entire people is to weave them an illusion that they are free. Significant cornerstones in achieving this grand illusion have already been…

20 May 1983, Civilians killed in Church St bomb attack, with the help of Britain, The Netherlands and Sweden

The West’s slippery slope to sadism

by Joseph Secrève If one were to take a bird’s eye view of the changes that took place in Western nations over the past sixty years, one could only muse at the rapid…

Anders Breivik the white Mandela

by Joseph Secrève It’s been a week since the most notorious modern day mass murderer on Norwegian soil has been sentenced to 21 years, the maximum sentence the Norwegian state…