An opinion published in The Star newspaper titled Trump’s Alt-Right coming to SA by Ebrahim, a foreign editor for Independent Media, stated that the Trump administration is targeting South Africa as a destination in need of its Alt-Right ideology. If Trump decides to send South African Joel Pollak, the editor-at-large of Breitbart news as the new US Ambassador to South Africa, then the agenda of the White House in South Africa is clear.
The primary reason to send one of Trump’s most valuable ideological weapons to South Africa would be the perceived need to overturn a ruling party, which is a pillar in the world of progressive left wing and inclusive politics.
This will not be bad at all, as the ANC government is corrupt… Racial laws against whites, farm murders, rise in crime, escalating poverty and exclusion of whites from the workplace by the revolutionary black empowerment laws.
Pollak’s main competitor for the job of US ambassador to South Africa is said to be Mike Cernovich, who is known as the alt-Right’s social media firebrand. He has been vocal in his ambition to influence South Africa’s foreign policy on race relations and to counter its support for Palestine. One of his infamous tweets was that “the white genocide in South Africa is real.”
The white genocide is real and not reported on by mainstream media. It is the same as with the way President Donald Trump was and still is treated by the media.
In the first 14 days of February, eleven people were murdered on farms in South Africa. It is shocking that the ANC government refuse to acknowledged the aggressive killing of whites.
If the DA is the only viable vehicle for right-wing politics in South Africa, then its coffers are destined to be injected with cash, with an elusive paper trail that leads all the way back to Washington. This is juxtaposed against the ruling ANC which has become sidetracked and pre-occupied with its internal political succession battles and struggles against corruption, leaving it vulnerable and unprepared to counter and overcome sophisticated attempts at regime change at the ballot box.
While the DA might be the choice of the Alt-Right Trump agenda for South Africa, it is an opportunity for the white minority to have some “Trump Protection” and an ambassador who will be sympathetic toward the current situation. There is no reason for Donald Trump to resort to bribing a political party in South Africa to get the necessary results. This bribing “political” actions was the trademark of the previous US administration.
While the ANC are embroiled in their revolutionary radical changes and stripping the country of its assets, they will have to make a radical turn away from corruption, and focus on what is right for all peoples of South Africa. Prosecuting the guilty of corruption, including top ANC members, service deliveries, border protection, and accountability. For once, the ANC must realize that apartheid is history, and can longer be blamed for the 22 years of destructive governance by a party that holds its own interest at heart. Under an Alt-right Trump ambassador to South Africa, the ANC will have to make revolutionary changes within its own party if they want to remain part of a democratic country.
Whether Joel Pollak or Mike Cernovich are positioned as the US ambassador to South Africa, both would make a difference to South Africa. Pollak has in the past referred to the ANC as dangerous, believes affirmative action is disastrous and the ANC parliament is weak. Of course, through a long-standing diplomatic agreement, the “Host Government” must accept all ambassadors. Will the ANC reject either one of these two Trump choices?
(South Africa Today – South Africa News)