18h UTC; SUNDAY, 15 DECEMBER 2013: As the war of words continues between Roman Catholic Pope Francis and prolefeeders seen by themselves to represent the Voice and Conscience of "REAL AmeriKKKa" (as in the Luscious Glory of "poor whiteism" who can be easily manipulated to fit the need of the hour, especially patriotic such) vis-a-vis the former's remarks about the blasphemy of His Name and Majesty to excuse rampant laissez-fare ekonomesie vryheid met Amerikaanse eienskappe seen, in and of itself, to excuse gross socioeconomic disparity and contempt for the Lower Classes as one with Christian Love and Duty, Your Correspondent continues to wonder about just how low the blasphemy can go when such prolefeeders seek to push the concept of Christelike Ekonomesie Vryheid as the Last and Only Hope for Saving the Chronically- and Habitually-Government Dependent From Themselves, and to present such as one with Christian Duty and Service.

Especially where the "Mission from God" angle can be deployed as an agency of seeking coercive or cooptive control among the Moronic Underworld. The same "Mission from God" which Afrikaner Nationalists down South Africa way used to encourage especially the ranks of "poor whiteism" among the Afrikaner Volk, forever to be seen as God's Chosen People Upon Africa by His Will and Command, to rally round, consider joining even, the Reddingsdaadbond movement as one with empowering the Afrikaner out of "poor whiteism" through:
  • using capitalism to serve the Luscious Glory of the Afrikaner Volk by essentially reinventing capitalism along a more "people-centred" ideal (Volkskapitalisme) as sought to emphasise jobs creation and training over mere wealth creation, itself expected to collectively benefit the Afrikaner Volk above all else;
  • leveraging (and constantly) the otherwise "idle monies" of the masses unto "productive capital" as would serve the Luscious Glory of the Afrikaner from everlasting to everlasting; and
  • channelling Afrikaner Unity and Identity (Volkseenheid) into an agent of national and cultural identity, especially through "sovereignty within our own sphere" (alias apartheid).
Not to mention being expected to see the sixpence monthly subscription for Reddingsdaadbond members as an agency of Christian Duty and Service, especially the tuppence therefrom as went into a group life insurance and burial plan on behalf of its membership (itself underwritten by well-connected Afrikaner entities Sanlam and AVBOB, to further reinforce the belief that "like does best with like" out of ethno-national solidarity). And it seemed to have worked: At its zenith in the mid-1940's, it had some 70,000 dues-paying members divided among some 370 local chapters across South Africa, sponsoring industrial and business training schools for its members, providing scholarships and bursaries, operating a jobs exchange, providing investment advice and promoting Afrikaner Kultuur and Identity; by 1957, the movement was wound up.

But then again, some historians have suggested that the Reddingsdaadbond may have been more of a "shell game" seeking to promote essentially crony capitalism at the expense of lower-income Afrikanerdom falling for their message of Afrikaner National and Socioeconomic Empowerment, ultimately benefiting the Afrkaner Broederbond in the end (as insisted on secrecy being essential to their role as the Guardians and Conscience of the Afrikaner Volk).

So, how do we know this ideal of Christelike Ekonomesie Vryheid isn't really being structured as a shell game not unlike the Reddingsdaadbond was in its time, thereby leaving the so-called "REAL AmeriKKKan" to suffer needless disappointment in due time?

"Another small house is finished in the next block"
(to Engrishfy the closing remarks on every episode of the "slice-of-life"
radio series Vic and Sade through the years)

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