Marxisme 'n Trojaanse perd
Marxism a Trojan horse
Communism is not a direct danger at this moment in South Africa. Communism is fought against by the government. Terrorism is our daily enemy. Communism is forbidden by law. Albeit Marxism proceeds on a broad spectrum of South African life by the influence of certain academics, church leaders and politicians. The excuse is that Marxism is to be differentiated from Marxism-Leninism. The latter is supposed to be Communism. In this way Marxism eventually becomes the Trojan horse for Communism in the South African community.
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