Kenneth Meshoe is the leader of South Africa’s largest Christian party, the ACDP (African Christian Democratic Party). He has been its head since 1993 and became a member of parliament in 1994, making him one of longest standing members of parliament in post-apartheid South Africa.
I am no fan of democracy (and, by extension, voting in national elections) for a variety of reasons and I recommend listening to my conversation with Etienne de la Boetie, but if I were a fan then Kenneth’s party is one for whom I’d possibly give my vote.
As far as I can tell, Kenneth has been the only South African political leader taking any kind of vocal stand against the “Covid” tyranny.
God bless him.
Not even the official opposition has taken a stand other than some wishy-washy statements.
I absolutely love Kenneth’s energy, passion and humour and get the feeling that he is not just a politician. He is genuine, politically incorrect, full of love and has much traditional wisdom to share.