As South Africans we need to interact and talk about the South African heritage. We need to avoid the fear of discussing our past. How often do I not hear the statement, "I have no guilt, I worked for everything that I owned. Yes, most of us whites worked for everything that we owned, and the majority can believe that we were not privileged.
I lived my life in the 'simulator', fed the typical propaganda that we are still fed today, encouraging us to keep the filters that protect our brains from seeing beyond what we are programmed to believe. Yes, the system requires us to believe that we are a happy Rainbow Nation, we must forget the past, we must get on with our lives.
We are all free, we must just take advantage of the education facilities, and work, work, work, ... then we will all survive.
This concept is why we are not able to celebrate our heritage, we are programmed to exclude our inter-generational heritage in order to maintain a peaceful attitude towards one-another.
If we were allowed to open our minds to the inter-generational heritage that exists in our country, we will discover the need to fight the common enemy, POVERTY.
In order to leave a SA-Legacy that we will all be proud of, we need to support the Economic Freedom Charter.