Certain individuals in the ANCYL want farms. That's what all their noise about so-called land reform is all about.
They don't even know or realize that the vast major portion of the land has probably already been taken up by blacks - however defined. We need a proper land audit that will at least lend some honesty to the current land ownership issue and economic activities taking place on land. Let the resultant shocks revealed by the audit sink in.
We city dwellers and other landless will not get anything resembling land from the ANCYL and their so-called leaders and we may have to be satisfied with taking up our lifelong ambition to become labourers of the new land owners.
But it will not quite get to that stage.
Start taking over land and the whole country will either have to take strong corrective and extremely unpleasant measures against the instigators or everybody will either lose their jobs and everything else of economic value (including the steady supply of food) or start fleeing to neighbouring countries like the Zimabweans were forced to do while the few elites took what their eyes saw.
Luckily we South Africans know we have nowehere to go to. And we know where to find those little bad gnomes who fancy themselves as instant millionaires at the expense of the rest.
No clemency or mercy will be shown.
Let's see how the population really loses all self-control once the food provision dries up and the local grocer or supermarket runs out of food and other essentials while those in the ANCYL live it up. And of course all those mothers working as cashiers lose their jobs and incomes.
Can't wait. REAL justice will be served.