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ANC, EFF Communist, you can't transfer wealth!!

14 January 2014, 15:36


To the average person on the street, one hears quite often, that left wing party’s tell the poor, we will take the wealth!!!

Eff describes even how they intend doing it, by nationalizing the mines and the banks and turning the country into a semi communist state like Zimbabwe, and you know what the poor is eating this rubbish up. The reason why people will listen to this rhetoric, is simple, nobody is coming up with a solution to the problem except Julius and his mindless followers.  

For some reason the ANC government is so obsessed about what whites have, that they lost the plot when it comes to how do we get the masses, out of poverty.

Politically this is the easiest excuse to use to explain why you as a party is under performing to the masses, of course you would blame it on the whites. They have it!!!!

Yes whites have it , we all know why they have it , because of apartheid , of course.

Now HOW DO WE CHANGE IT!!! The idea is not to take from one and then give it to another, as EFF and Communist and the ANC proclaims, this will never work because the is only so much that could go around

So in order to grow and get people out of poverty is to get the masses into jobs, HOW do we do that?

Well we have to attract investors to invest in us, putting up money to build infrastructure, if you want an idea, just look at tourism,  ask what is cape town doing right , and what do they do right in that sector .

Then look at the other sectors and see if we can do the same.

You see , with tourism we have managed as a country to attract   billions in investments, by giving investors what they want  a good return on investment, and in the proses we have created  thousands of permanent jobs that was not there before, the question then has to be asked , why have we not done this in our manufacturing industry, and all our other industries.

Why after 20 years of democratic rule do we as a nation not attract that type of interest for investment, can it be that our policies are wrong?  Well if you think about it there is no major difference in policies between the two biggest parties’ in South Africa   however there is a major difference in the way the two biggest parties’ implement these policies. This is probably why Cape Town is as successful of the world stage as a tourist attraction, and why investors from all over the world are investing in infrastructure in Cape Town.

Now think about it what does the average potential investor see when they look at South Africa. instead of the potential, they see a precedent that is apparently corrupt, that uses public money for his own gain, they see  ,people that are protesting because they live in poverty ,and because they speak up they get shot, they see a country that insist on putting a party in power even thou they want change, they see masses of people who are getting poorer , they see desperate people . Yet these masses are not willing to change, and a president that believes in witch craft .scaring the investors away


This is no longer a race black white thing it is a South Africa thing, and it involves everybody in it, only if everybody starts to put in effort will we as a nation be rewarded.

( the author is dyslexic and does not give a s#!t what you think of his writing style, however his does give a s#!t about what you think of his message)  

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