It is ten years since Graham Michael Lesch passed away and his history from the other side has become a crucial testimony for those who seek an honest and accurate account of the politics that shaped South Africa’s past and present.
Some of the quotes helping the great South African truth movement currently underway :
Lesch writes, “Ever since the abolition of slavery, all nations scarred by inexplicable deeds, have revolutionised the ideological errors of their forefathers, creating a civilisation, where human beings of whatever colour, race or creed, should be born with equal privileges, of the fundamental human rights, as established by the League of Nations. Surly this cannot be seen in P W Botha? And if the beast was discovered in Adolf Hitler and the Anti-Christ in Mussolini – evidently this can be seen in presidents Botha, Vorster and Malan. Hendrik Verwoed paved the way for these Tsetse flies to place British mentality in their Statute books. Those same men were the reincarnation of the Anti-Christs for which humans paid the price. Along came FW De Klerk covered their crimes by financing Inkhata and now these Tsetse flies hold the honours for all the inhumanities without any shame, and so the victims passed through the bowels of Christ.” From the book Shadows of Justice.
ousting the criminal … In the book Shadows of Justice by Graham Michael Lesch, there is a long list of crimes since 1985 and the perpetrators are known. In the chapter “False Profits” Shadows of Justice follows the theft of funds from the injured and disabled in 1997 by “comrades in the struggle.” Zuma said, “he would remember his friends.” Lesch said, “Birds of a feather flock together.” …
Lesch writes : “In 1620 two ships of the British East India Company called at the Cape…declared it the property of the British crown. Dutch followed and landed in Table Bay April 6th 1652 … there ensued a devils dance seldom paralleled in human history … ”
Lesch writes “The real fight today is against inhuman, relentless exercise of capitalistic power. The present struggle is for social and industrial justice. The same foreign powers that supported the Nationalist government are the same sources behind much of the skullduggery.”
As South Africans we stand united in an accurate telling of history so that we may have peace on the present and a prosperous future …