Eusebius Mckaiser of Radio 702 one among other house negroes – a non-white slave

Eusebius McKaiser is a well-known talk show host on the popular, Johannesburg based Radio 702. Issie Kirsh founded PRIMEDIA and the enterprise now known as Radio 702. McKaiser enjoys a massive public following – 290K on Twitter alone. He is a published author, freelance writer and television commentator because he is articulate, and some believe, well-read on a range of topics. McKaiser is, for far too many, an outspoken and trusted source of integrity on issues of corruption, politics, racism, constitutionalism and his sexual preferences. He is, for some, an intellectual of sorts.

We take issue with McKaiser primarily because his conduct, especially as a journalist, has a direct bearing on the trauma, violence, destitution and human rights abuses that my family has endured at the hands of racist criminals who, through fraud and racketeering now claim a legal right to three words: THE APARTHEID MUSEUM. The owners of the Gold Reef City Casino Licence have sustained their violence for eighteen years which began when the Sunday Independent, on 18 November 2001, published without question the blatantly dishonest claim that: “Tycoon Solly Krok found inspiration for Johannesburg’s new Apartheid Museum while visiting a memorial to the Holocaust in Washington.”

In the year 2001 my 1990 trademark THE APARTHEID MUSEUM® (renewed in the year 2000) was recorded in Part A of the Register under Certificate:1990/03560. Our 48-page full colour prospectus, published in 1998, coincided with our Class 35 registration The Apartheid Museum® – Certificate: 1998/13337.

The lesson on the “House Negro” emerges in a seminal lecture by Afrikan American revolutionary Malcolm X at Michigan State University on 23 January 1963. Malcolm X, exploring the impact of White Supremacy, takes his audience through the psychosis of self-hate as it develops in the mind of the enslaved who work close to the White Master.

Just as Malcolm X explained the “House Negro” apart from the “Field Negro”, Steven Bantu Biko defined the conscientized Black mind apart from others he referred to as non-white. The psychiatrist Frantz Fanon, like Biko, Malcolm X and many others have contributed to our understanding of the enslaved mind: “The Negro enslaved by his inferiority, the white man enslaved by his superiority, alike, behave in accordance with a neurotic orientation”

On 03 September 2018, specialist psychiatrist, Dr Mashadi Motlana explained the impact of racism to Eusebius McKaiser on Radio 702. She spoke of “apartheid and the trauma that South Africans have been subjected to”. She explained how “these things become trans-generational”. She went on to say, “we’ve never really healed the wounds of what we were subjected to during apartheid”.

Twenty years before Eusebius McKaiser interviewed Dr Motlana, Sowetan political editor Mathatha Tsedu, after studying our prospectus, wrote an article under the headline: MUSEUM COULD HEAL OUR WOUNDS. He captured our mission and vision as clearly as any other honest journalist could have – if all were not intent on the fake, fraudulent version marketed by Gold Reef City Casino with Solly and Abe Krok as great visionaries.

“It is in this room that the genesis of what has now come to be called The Apartheid Museum was born. Mike Stainbank, originator of the concept, has been nursing the idea for over twenty years and says it is a museum of ‘our past, and a monument to our future, because it is only after lancing the abscess of colonialism and apartheid that we can understand the effect it has had on our lives. Only then can we look towards healing, towards unifying our nation. But it is not the house that Stainbank wants to turn into a Museum. He wants it to be built into a billion-rand project which would be a ‘vibrant, social, cultural, sporting and commercial concourse where our history is told interactively’. Stainbank argues that the ‘tragedy of apartheid begs the South African Nation to take a strong position on lessons for humanity”

There is little, if anything, to suggest that Eusebius McKaiser is not a decent person. But racism is savage in the manner in which it renders its victims malleable, mere appendages, used to advance the criminal thieving nature of the European mind.

In Case No: 23679/2002 TPD, the deponents, Advocate Richard Moloko and the Curator, Christopher Till, authorised by the owners of the Gold Reef City Casino Licence, filed an answer and later a supplementary affidavit, after we sued the casino for infringement of our trademark The Apartheid Museum®. Packed with perjury, there is one critical averment that – under the rule of law – cannot possibly meet the demands of our constitution.

“The business known as Gold Reef City and Casino, which is operated by my company, does not trade or operate as “The Apartheid Museum”. The organisation which operates as “The Apartheid Museum” is a company registered in terms of Section 21 of the Companies Act with registration number 2001/019108/08, by the name of “The South African Apartheid Museum at Freedom Park”, which is not a party to this application. In the premises a separate application for such expungement has now been launched by the said Section 21 Company under case number 32237/2002, which I propose should be heard simultaneously with this application as the same facts are applicable to both applications.”

“Registered in terms of Section 21 of the Companies Act” confirms that it is the owners of the Gold Reef City Casino License, who, for 18 years, brought every criminal court to pretend that there was in existence of Juristic Person empowered, to sue or be sued in a court of law. There is no such company legally incorporated in South Africa. The Gauteng Gambling Board and the Registrar of Companies, read with the records of the South African Revenue Services, have since confirmed this.  When Chief Justice Mogoeng told City Press that “judges must be willing to die for the rule of law” he did so full in the knowledge that he leads a criminal syndicate of racists and non-white slaves. He was lying.   

The Kirsh and Krok families feature prominently as billionaires in the Jewish community. When Issie Kirsh of Radio 702, heard the lie about Solly Krok being inspired by the memorial to the Holocaust in Washington, he clearly did not share with his employees the PRIMEDIA proposal he conveyed to us three years earlier on 04 December 1998:

“Dear Mr Stainbank: Your letter dated 28 October 1998 regarding the establishment of the Apartheid Museum Foundation is acknowledged with thanks. We are willing to support the proposed Foundation on a value to be agreed basis and look forward to discussing this matter further with yourselves.”

Integrity is the primary tool of trade for journalists and judges alike. Chinua Achebe teaches us that; “One of the truest tests of integrity is its blunt refusal to be compromised.” Eusebius McKaiser, Chief Justice Mogoeng and many others, fail hopelessly on that score. When Eusebius McKaiser, the influencer, knowing these truths, makes himself available to appear at that racist edifice called The Apartheid Museum he facilitates moral and financial fraud against visiting tourists who believe he comes with honesty and integrity.

*17 July 2019 is the 16th Anniversary of the first fraudulent judgment handed down by White Racist Criminal – Justice Brian Southwood in Case No: 32237/2002 TPD.

Mike Stainbank

Founder: The Apartheid Museum®


TWITTER: @DefineRacism

Native life in South Africa: 1913 – 2003 – 2019

Solomon Plaatje: “Awaking on Friday morning, June 20, 1913, the South African native found himself, not actually a slave, but a pariah in the land of his birth.”

Native life in South Africa, authored by Solomon Plaatje (1876-1932) captures the introduction of the Natives Land Act of 1913, which became effective on the morning of Friday 20 June 1913. Twenty-nine years earlier, 1884-1885, Europeans gathered at the Berlin Conference and unilaterally decided on how they would divide Afrikan land among themselves. The colonisation of Afrika was formalised. The 200 odd years before 1884 were spent consolidating Europe’s need to civilise Afrikans who had never heard of Jesus and the Bible. Afrikans, soon enough, got to learn that those who loved the loving Jesus, had other means to civilise them. So it is that, as the gun stood in the doorway and the whip on the flagpole, the bible lay at the bedside. Europeans settled on Afrikan land.

Solomon Plaatje’s book, Native Life in South Africa covers what Europeans thought was their final act of total dispossession; Afrikan land, dreams, language, belief, personality, ingenuity, thought, culture and natural resources. Little did they know that Solomon Plaatje’s efforts would see him as the first Secretary General of the South African Native African Congress; later renamed the African National Congress – ANC.

Awaking on the morning of Friday 20 June 2003, as a native South African, I did not consider myself a slave, nor a pariah in the land of my birth. Exactly 90 years after the introduction of the Native Land Act, I made my way to the Pretoria High Court. Nine years earlier, Solomon Plaatje’s political party had entered into an arrangement with European settlers. In this arrangement of 1994, came the promise of constitutionalism and the rule of law which guaranteed, equality, freedom and much more.

In the court room I met three European males. Justice Brian Southwood was on the bench and Advocate Owen Salmon had Donald Lindsay MacRobert as his instructing attorney. Salmon and MacRobert, had come to get Justice Brian Southwood to bring judicial credence to a blatantly dishonest report that appeared in the Sunday Times on 02 December 2001.

“The Apartheid Museum as a concept was conceived four years ago by business tycoons Solomon and Abraham Krok, as a carrot to be dangled before the Gauteng Gambling Board in the hope of securing a gambling licence for the Gold Reef City Casino”.

The Jewish Times of last week, 13 June 2019, still tells warm stories about the Kroks:

It was 90 years ago that Chai Sora lay in the delivery room of the Queen Victoria hospital near Hillbrow in Johannesburg. Much to the surprise of the doctors in the maternity ward, when Solly Krok popped out, the labour was not yet over. Nineteen hours later, Abe made his appearance and the legend of the Krok twins was born.”

When I asked GOOGLE to tell me about significant events on 20 June 1913; the search engine responded: “It was Friday under the birth sign of Gemini; the sign of the Twins”

The case of Hollywood Curl vs Twins Products (1988) tells the story of an Afrikan American entrepreneur, Vide Kannike Martins who registered the company Hollywood Curl (Pty) Ltd, while the Krok twins held exclusive rights to the trademark HOLLYWOOD. The Kroks brought in Advocate Brian Southwood, with Owen Salmon as instructing attorney. Their legal argument whipped Ms Martins, the descendant of enslaved Afrikans. The Appellate Court, in providing three statutory reasons, set a binding legal precedent for all to follow:

“It should also be borne in mind that the protection afforded by Section 10 of the Company’s Act is additional to, and not in substitution of, any statutory protection of trademarks and the common law remedies relating to passing-off. Hollywood Curl (Pty) Ltd will be prevented from using that name to describe its business and goods. For these reasons I conclude that the judge a quo correctly found that Twins was entitled to relief under s 45(2).”

Don MacRobert is no slouch when it comes to intellectual property law. He enjoys an online presence through which he lectures thus: “A trademark registration is useful to prevent third parties from registering companies which may have confusingly similar names.”

In Case Number 32237/2002 TPD, before Justice Brian Southwood, the Applicant that came to expunge my trademark was a “company” with the name: The South African Apartheid Museum at Freedom Park, Registration Number: 2001/019108/08. It was, according to Gold Reef City Casino, “incorporated” on 14 August 2001. In August 2001, I owned two registered trademarks: The Apartheid Museum® (Class 41 and Class 35) standing of full force and effect on the Trademarks Register. After 18 years in litigation, there are over 25 Court Judgments, through all Superior Courts, in favour of a “company” that, according Messrs Southwood, Salmon, MacRobert and Krok and  the SCA, cannot possibly exist as a Juristic Person, with a legal right to sue or be sued in a court of law.

On 28 November 2014, in Case Number 37609/2014 JHB GLD, Acting Judge Raylene Keightley sentenced me to a term of imprisonment because I flatly refused to apologise to anybody for disseminating material that exposed criminality and racism in the judiciary and among all those who conspired with the Registrar of Companies to break the law.

Solomon Plaatje, the author died on 19 June 1932 – 87 years to the day that I began to write this story. Completed exactly 106 years after Afrikans were dispossessed of their property, I have now been made to understand that I am enslaved. Denied equality and the right to property, I am, as Solomon Plaatje so painfully lamented, a pariah in the land of my birth.

Mike Stainbank

Founder: The Apartheid Museum®


TWITTER: @DefineRacism1