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Opinion - I FORESEE KINGDOM OF ZULU NATION STAND ALONE AS THE STATE OF ORANIA IN South Africa

I FORESEE KINGDOM OF ZULU NATION STAND ALONE AS THE STATE OF ORANIA IN SA TO BE FOLLOWED BY OTHER PARTS OF THE COUNTRY

South African Apartheid Forces are losing STRENGTHS in preserving SUBJUGATION through the ANC Shipping Repressive Systems. Their plannings worked keenly, killing the real Mandela Character in the eighties to manufacture a fake one in order to destroy African Ideology and its Emancipation Combatants apparently on Mkhonto Wesizwe Disarmament which laid the innocent blood of HANI leaking to infiltrate the Blacks Stolen Land.


The Zulu Nation being known as strong Nation in the World, are proclaiming emancipation through standing alone to rule their FOREFATHERS LAND without oppressive Systems seeming to have gained massive support by the Stellenbosch Mafias who Captured the fake State of South Africa. It's undoubtedly many more parts of South Africa are divided, left by the ANC JOBLESS, LANDLESS, FRUSTRATED OF MAN MADE VIRUSES AND TURNED SLAVES OF WHITE MONOPOLY CAPITAL THROUGH ANC GOVERNMENT.


It's time, Black People should learn to know this LAND was stolen and as long the ANC of Mandela, Mbeki and the CIA M SPY CYRIL MATAMELA RAMAPHOSA is in control, they shall be modern slaves to death. The Zulu Nation having said, they stand alone away from whitish demonic influential repressive systems, the very same whitish demonic power is sleepless to destroy his majesty MisuZulu Kingdom. This emerging young man King, is following his father's DREAM to set free his people from Apartheid Forces and Destructions.


The Mpumalanga Province is given a devotional prayer to stand up United and cut away the whiteman's hand on their purified LAND of Water and Minerals.

Being Born and Bred here in Mpumalanga, the Province of Pioneering Spirit, we call upon young lions beyond all odds and pains of poverty, inequalities, sufferings kept as children of peasants LANDLESS AND IMPOVERISHED BY THE RUPERTS AND OPPENHEIMERS WHO DUG UP TO STOLE OF OUR TREASURES FROM OUR RICH SOIL WHILE WE POOR AND CHAINED TO WEAR MASKS. STAND UP AND FIGHT!


LET US UNITE TO FIGHT OUR LAND


By the blood of our brother SOLOMON KALUSHI MAHLANGU THE NYAMAZANE, his blood is boiling in Pretoria of anger, the ANC has made us slaves of whitish kingdom. His blood is about to flourish the fruits of his DREAM to see us FREE from White People who hung up his heart right through an eye of a needle.


The Mfecane (a Zulu word which translates to “the crushing”) or Difiqane (a Sotho word which translates to “forced removal) was a series of Nguni and other Zulu wars and forced migrations from the 1820s. The Mfecane is characterised as a revolutionary period and over a period up until the 1830s its’ influence spread over a vast area, stretching from the Cape Colony to East and Central Africa. Some historians argue that it was set off by the rise of Zulu Kingdom under King Shaka Zulu (that formed part of the Mthethwa Chiefdom). While other historians argue that there is too much emphasis placed on the role of Shaka as the Mfecane began prior to the reign of Shaka. Some historians refer to the competition for control over trade and resources from the 1810s as the start of the Mfecane.



In the east: break-up of the Ndwandwe kingdom and rise of the Zulu state and its consolidation under Dingane


As a child, Shaka Zulu was in exile from the Zulu kingdom while his father, Shaka Senzangakhona ruled the Zulu kingdom. Shaka Zulu lived with the Mthethwa led by Dingiswayo. Shaka Zulu grew up in the court of Dingiswayo and became a soldier in the Mthethwaamabutho. On the death of Senzangakhona, Dingiswayo provided Shaka Zulu with the aid of the amabuthoto overthrow Shaka’s brother, Sigujana, from the thrown. Yet while Shaka Zulu became the new king of the Zulu kingdom, he remained a vassal of Dingiswayo.


In 1817 the rival Ndwande chiefdom defeated the Mthethwa and raided their cattle. According to Zulu oral tradition, the Zulu retaliated in 1819 when they attacked the Ndwandwe, destroyed Zwide’s capital and broke up the kingdom. More recently, historians argue that internal conflict also led to the fragmentation of the Ndwandwe Kingdom. Disagreement among the Ndwandwe about whether they should fight the Zulu or focus on the trade in the north (with trade links to Delagoa Bay) led to internal divisions.



Those who disagreed with fighting the Zulu moved to regions nearer to Delagoa Bay and established independent groups. Zwide moved northwards into a region which is now known as southern Swaziland. There Zwide established a smaller kingdom. Thus the area further south of the new kingdom was left open for Shaka to take control of. Shaka ordered the amambuthoto raid other smaller chiefdoms in order to expand the Zulu Kingdom. Some historians claim that these were bloodthirsty raids where 50 000 of Shaka’s men killed almost one million people.


Historians oppose the argument of Shaka solely using violence as an expansion tactic, but argue that peaceful diplomacy was commonly used in persuading chiefdoms to join the Zulu Kingdom. If a chiefdom was not a threat, Shaka would accept its’ independence and he offered protection in return for their loyalty

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