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10 July 2013, 09:08


After arduous and successful efforts made by both our current and late South African heroes and heroines, to bring freedom and better life for all South Africans, the current government system of administration led by the ANC, which have been mainly characterised by mal-administration and corruption, is doing nothing but leaving multitudes of ordinary South Africans mainly, poor of the poorest, destitute and stranded.

Instead of seeing strides in the current mediocritic situation caused by this mal-functioning system in our beloved country of South Africa, we unfortunately likely to see it deteriorates and becoming more and more acute and tense. This ugly, dirty and unneeded  mischievous behaviour from our top elders, that are supposed to be our role models as youth, has unfortunately filtered down into ordinary  South Africans on the ground, who lately has too tended to be negligent,  irresponsible and engaging themselves into gruesome and petty activities that are adversely impacting our beautiful society of the rainbow nation.

Candidly speaking, there are no indications whatsoever that,  the current bleak atmosphere in our country will clear up any time soon, as our current incompetent head of state will still be in power even in the next five years. People are fed up and I am fed up too. Workers have lost patience, faith and hope in unions because, instead of seeking solutions to social and national problems, our leaders are busy infighting for positions and engaging themselves in their favourite activity called “corruption” which has now became a norm and a culture to our society.

The recent “Gupta family” saga....Marikana massacre and an uncontrollable social unrest really indicates the chaos and dissatisfaction of people in our country.

Assisted by week, too lenient and inappropriately implemented foreign policies, even foreigners are also making the situation worse by taking advantage of this much hated situation, flocking in big numbers into our country, engaging themselves into drugs dealings, human trafficking and other unacceptable dealings of some sort.

This is the few to mention which is bad in our hard fought for democracy. The worst part of this is the fact that, it is happening in presence of the anti-apartheid icon, revolutionarist and a former Nobel Prize winner, Honourable Former Nelson “Rholihlala” Madiba Mandela, who is currently reported “critically ill” but stable as we speak (wishing him speed recovery), who would not be silent had he still been himself so to speak, whom his unforgettable sterling leadership style was deceptively promised to be adopted by our current poor president Jacob Zuma, trying to win hearts of many suffering South Africans so he can embark on his current  project of self-enrichment .

ANC’s government has dismally dismayed and failed South Africans. The majority of us are really disillusioned to this government. His continued reneged promises are goading more social unrest than the one we are currently experiencing. Our government, who acted like an old Moses in the bible and set us free from the previous ruthless governance regime called “Apartheid” so to speak, has in these years changed its vision, purpose and dream about this country. I am not trying to be cynical whatsoever but the government has gradually turned our country into a barbaric and kleptocratic state.

Our leaders, because of the failure to control themselves, have drastically transmogrified themselves, through evil deeds, to be the real Anti-social monsters and dregs of the society, as a result we are not safe in this country, we have no hope that one day we will get the better life that we were promised, and therefore because of that, we need an alternative government.

In the meantime, in your little corner “paddle your own canoe” and “put your nose into a grindstone” decisively, for the better of yourself and the people around you so to speak, and stop wasting your time waiting what will never be delivered to you.  I am not saying that they must be 100% perfect in all their deeds because no one is perfect in life however,  their ugly tendency to corrupt and fight for positions,  really has heightened up to a level which is unacceptable and their everyday dogmatic stance on the issues of the country, which  is continuously obliterated  by nice and vigilantly planned rhetorics and speeches, so we cannot notice what they are doing, is resulting us to nothing but to seek some alternative government and I know none can dare this assertiveness

“They are the real anti-social monsters and dregs of the society”.

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