South Africa and its covenant of lawlessness

The king of a country, in a democracy such as South Africa represented by its president, is a reflection of the will and the psyche of its people. The king is therefore both the representative figure and the embodiment of the moral fibre of the society of the country. The king thus reflects society’s morality back to the people, asking them: Do you concur with what you see? Because what you see is how and who you are.

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