From Volume 7, Issue 28 of EIR Online, Published July 8, 2008
Africa News Digest

See InDepth for an evaluation of two recently published books on South Africa: After the Party: A Personal and Political Journey Inside the ANC, by Andrew Feinstein; and Thabo Mbeki and the Battle for the Soul of the ANC, by William Mervin Gumede. Reviewer David Cherry writes:

"In the accelerating crisis of London's worldwide economic and financial system, greater control over populations and raw materials is an imperative for the Anglo-Dutch oligarchs. South Africa is not only a target in its own right: It is also a key to controlling sub-Saharan Africa as a whole, and represents a potentially powerful center of independent development on the continent.

"These books by South Africans are propaganda for the British plan to seize control over South Africa through a "slow-motion coup." Author William Gumede, who works for the London Economist Intelligence Unit and BBC World Service, has patronage of the British-linked Oppenheimer interests. Author Andrew Feinstein, now living in London, wrote his book with Rockefeller Foundation support...."

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