The Ubuntu Party and Michael Tellinger tried to win an election based on the lie of free electricity. I exposed them in Knysna and was pleased to see them fail hopelessly across South Africa. But that hasn’t stopped Tellinger from finding new schemes to raise money, money whose accounting is invisible. Now he’s posted bullshit on their Facebook page, clearly showing that his organisation preys on the gullible. Accompanying a video ‘showing’ the mystical powers of Dynamo Jack a.k.a. John Chan, Tellinger said: “We are all creators with the power to create infinitely – slowly but surely we are waking … ‘Click here to read full article…’
I can’t force the public to read what i most want them to read so i’m going to have to settle for this list. Of the 280 Knysna Keep posts i made in 2016 (more elsewhere), these are the 33 i most want you to read. I hope that you explore these articles (and their associated links), understanding that’s what’s happening in little Knysna is relevant to South Africa, especially regards the ongoing, frightening corruption of the Democratic Alliance (DA). We seem to have no one to turn to except ourselves. Please bookmark this page. MOST IMPORTANT ARTICLES 2016 Into … ‘Click here to read full article…’
The Ubuntu Party failed BIG in the South African 2016 municipal elections! “IT’S HARD TO ACCEPT THE TRUTH WHEN THE LIES WERE EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANTED TO HEAR.” In my home town of Knysna, i slammed the Ubuntu Party for their election campaign that promised free electricity. I considered it fraud. Being a small town, my criticism cost me relationships but that which delivers truth must be considered worth it, something the Ubuntu Party should have practiced before presenting their eco-friendly, hippy-loving version of communism. It’s justice that they only managed to get about 80 voters here (population 68 000). … ‘Click here to read full article…’
The DA has won Knysna, taking 6 of the 11 wards. However, they will need to gain 5 PR seats to control the Council outright. COPE may have fallen apart elsewhere in the country but grew in Knysna. Not only have they won Ward 6 but stand a chance at a PR seat too. Elrick van Aswegen, the leader of the party, must be complimented (but he was quick to pass on the credit to his supporters). As big an impact is Velile Waxa, an independent, defeating the ANC in Ward 6, the nearest poor area to Knysna Central. Like … ‘Click here to read full article…’
There’s political madness in our town. The ANC hate me. The DA hate me. The Ubuntu Party really hates me… you get the picture. Life as an activist may have its challenges but i finally figured out who to give my Ward and Council vote to. I show you how i decided it… over breakfast before i left for the voting station 🙂 PS: Apologies to Mark Taylor, the independent for Ward 10. After i finished the video, i found his name tag had been left behind on my desk.'Click here to read full article...'
The Ubuntu Party is stupid and dangerous and stupid and dangerous and stooopid! At their meeting in Knysna, South Africa, i felt like i was at the beginning of a cult. Hippies & conspiracy nuts sacrificed intelligence and the well-being of our town to their intergalactic leader, Michael Tellinger, who soaked in the blood of their worship. Meeting Tellinger was an absolute disappointment. He relies on charm and, where that fails, arrogance. He was unable to provide practical answers supporting the Ubuntu Party’s manifesto. THE ‘FREE ELECTRICITY’ ELECTION LIE Running the election on a “Free Electricity” campaign that he can’t … ‘Click here to read full article…’
During 2013, i tried to broaden Knysna minds with newsletters from other organisations such as the DA, ANC, AGANG and NewERA. The latter is particularly admirable as they’re a non-profit tackling South Africa’s impractical and cruel financial system which holds our country in bondage. It takes serious balls to be up against the powers that be! So hats off to NewERA for their hard and incredibly brave work in 2013…and here’s their latest newsletter: We are activists, pure and simple. And what a year it’s been for our little Non Profit Organisation… We helped blow the lid on the most … ‘Click here to read full article…’