South Africa Collection No.3: Response to 'Black and Gold' by Anthony Sampsom


Powerful parallels are drawn between the Jew and Nazi, Black and Afrikaner. The emergence of perinatal dynamics in social process is noted at the boundaries of complex racial and political groups suffering resource lack, and external threat. International capitalism drives and reinforces the bifurcation in wealth distribution which cuts even more deeply than apartheid into the South African culture, so calling in question the potential contribution of big business and multi-national corporations. Afrikaner religious ideology justifies a regime which has become an intra-national mirror of inter-national dynamics. Systemic interventions in psychodynamic and ideological levels are likely to have a more profound and long-lasting positive effect than can ever be achieved by revolutionary confrontation.