From wealth to poverty, South Africa in one Mandela

Under the fierce struggle of the black people at Home and the strong pressure of the international community, the white government of South Africa gave in. After the election, Mandela was successfully elected as the first black president of South Africa, and also became the father of the country, and is regarded as the greatest great man of South Africa in the past, present and future.

All this is because of his miracle and merit: the liberation of the black people.

Mandela led the struggle of the black people for decades in order to resist the oppression of the white people. Of course, for Mandela, he spent most of his Life in jail, but this did not affect him in any way to use his spiritual power to guide the black people to continue their struggle.

After his success, Mandela dreamed of leading South Africa to the next level and making it the quintessential perfect country with the most tolerance and love in the human world. So Mandela embarked on a radical reform of South Africa.

But, to our dismay, under Mandela’s leadership, South Africa did not take off, but instead fell into a mess, from a rich country, the pearl of Africa directly into a degenerate poor country.

Mandela gave South Africa a reputation of “greatness”, but also made South Africa synonymous with “degeneration”.

In the 1980s, South Africa’s economic growth was once 7.8%, making it one of the fastest growing countries at the Time. South Africa began to make great strides, and the momentum of development was the envy of Europe and the United States, and South Africa seemed to have touched the threshold of developed countries.

At that time, South Africa’s economy was based on industry, but also vigorously developed medical, military, financial and other fields, all of which had achieved very good results. It is worth mentioning that at that time, South Africa had successfully possessed nuclear bombs and was the first power in Africa.

After Mandela came to power, South Africa degenerated after a radical reform.

Mandela was personally held in extreme international esteem, so much so that the praise came across as somewhat perverted. With this touting, Mandela began by simply surrendering all nuclear weapons for the sake of the so-called great peace, declaring South Africa a nuclear-free country. This excited the rest of the world, who did not expect Mandela to be so well spoken.

After that, Mandela opened the country again and let all his poor brothers around him come in to share the fruits of South Africa’s labor, giving them citizenship, jobs, social welfare, etc. In this way, people liked Mandela even more.

Mandela completely opened the doors of trade in order to achieve so-called fair competition and free trade. Although South Africa’s industrial strength was not weak, it was not up to the level of competing with European and American companies across from each other.

At this time, a large number of industrial products from Europe and the United States began to pour into the South African country at low prices, seriously impacting the domestic manufacturing industry in South Africa, a large number of factories closed down and were acquired, and the manufacturing industry in South Africa was completely occupied by foreign capital.

And the opening of the financial industry, so to speak, completely interrupted the possibility of the rise of South Africa. South Africa liberalized control, allowing a large number of international capital to enter the country, allowing them to get involved in domestic banking, insurance, securities and almost all financial fields.

South Africa’s capital is obviously still unable to compare with the international financial giants, so South Africa not only lost its hard-earned wealth, but also was completely controlled by foreign companies economic lifeline. South Africa became a shell, while foreign capital dominated the fate of the country.

Of course, the most serious thing is that Mandela began to suppress the whites, restrict their investment, take back the jobs of the whites to the blacks, take back the land of the whites for redistribution, and put a large number of black employees in the government departments to squeeze the white employees.

Obviously, blacks are generally a group of people who lack Culture and have very violent tempers, so how can such people make a difference in the economy, management, etc.? Obviously it is not possible. So, the black people were driven to the shelf, said you can you can, not also.

So the tragedy happened completely, the black people took power, dominated, the white elite almost all gone, the economy collapsed, industry died, finance are other people’s. The black people of South Africa worked hard and found that what they had arrived at was just a shell, but they did not understand that this dead South Africa was caused by them.

The living South Africa and the dead South Africa are separated by only one Mandela.