WARNING: This article is filled with so much stereotyping and easy-to-understand generalisations (as seen on the internet) that most South Africans, even you, may understand it. Also, NO names have been changed to protect the innocent.
One day an angel descended to earth... and landed in SA. "Today, people of SA", said the angel in an authoritative voice, "we will have a meeting to decide who this country truly belongs to and who should govern this land. All groupings must meet at noon under the big baobab tree near Musina".
The Khoisan people were too drunk to attend.
The coloured people were to busy fighting turf wars and practising gang warfare to attend.
The white Afrikaners were too divided to decide on which Calvinist should lead them to the meeting, to attend.
The black people decided not to attend because there would be no free 'eat-as-much-as-you-like' buffet.
The Indian folks were too suspicious of this infidel event to attend.
The white English people could not attend, because Helen Zille was not available to represent them on the day.
(There, I think I've offended just about everyone).
The only people who attended were;
A couple of Mozambicans, a horde of Zimbabweans, a shady looking collection of Nigerians, three rhino poachers (of unknown colour and nationality) and a Chinese chap named Sam Sung (who works at the Apple store in Sandton).
"WTH?" (for the politically correct/easily offended), said the angel. "Are you the only ones who bothered to show up? You can have this country!”
Moral of the story: People of SA, we need to start “pulling finger” in order to save this country. Let's rise above our differences and realise that we have more in common than what divides us. Good luck to us all!
T&Cs and DISCLAIMER (read this part out loud and really fast): This article is not xenophobic in nature; it merely serves as a reminder that there are lots of people out there who will take this country if we don't want it or don't look after it.
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