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E -Toll Rape!

08 November 2012, 15:16
I do not think they heard us. WE ARE NOT PAYING! FINISH AND KLA! And the reason for no proper financial study being done to pay back the money, is because they do not intend EVER paying off the R20 Bn loan, it is a scam, and due to compounding interest, R20bn will become R30 bn and then R50 bn and the debt will be impossible to pay back.

It is a ponzi scheme, ask Argentina, they know all about these schemes made famous by the IMF, easy loans and years of compounding interest that bankrupts a country, and the same ponzi scheme is planned with the Nuclear Power stations. The end result is to put South Africa into a total debt situation like Greece and eventually we will have to sell off our land and resources to pay it back, like Greece is being forced to sell off their Islands. This is the real crime in all of this. Bottom line, Toll roads are NEVER paid off, they are on going ponzi schemes making money for nothing and a drain on the tax payer.

Since the massive arms deal, announced in 1998, to re-equip the South African military forces  from manufacturers in France, Britain, Italy, Germany and Sweden South Africa has turned into a ponzi scheme haven. . Within one year, the cost of the deal had skyrocketed from R29.9bn to R43bn (US5.5bn)— an increase of more than 42 percent. The same will happen with the E Toll and ALL Toll roads.

Since Mandela left ANC government has taken "kick-backs" and are funnelling lucrative contracts to companies in which they or their families have a personal interest.The E toll is one of them, so are the proposed Nuclear Power Stations, all ponzi schemes benefiting those in power and off shore Oligarchs with their crony , colonial capitalism ponzi scams.
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