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Eff MPs to give

22 May 2014, 22:15
Parliamentarians earn around R75 000 a month. I should expect eff MPs to shed R25 000 each every month for the duration of their stay in Parliament to the poverty relief and progressive fund. Which will be used to assist desperately poor and needy people; that is people with education needs, business support, etc, especially eff members who assisted in myriad ways to get them where they are today.

That makes R625 000 a month. And R7 500 000 a year. Now we talking.

I want to see who will not agree with this proposal in all eff MPs... real test. No rhetoric or media parade.

This is real test. There was Malema trust where members of eff contributed to the assistance of them. Now its there turn to lead by example. I'm serious about this.

That is mos what Sankara. One of the Champions of our ideals did. Then we are wasting time here if this obvious wont apply.

We are seriously wasting time. We leave you with straight 50grand that was never there in the first place and that you earn as a result of the people and you can't even bring yourself to shedding that for the benefit of the same people that made you earn that much and not only that and gave you the limelight.

I Give up if this would be difficult. We are really wasting time. This fighting for the poor will only be a rhetoric and grand standing stunt.

Mara come to think of it. You were earning plain nothing, Suddently you earn 50 grand. not only one month. every month for the next 5 years with perks...come on!!! Not on qualifications, but by being on the list of MP's...come on. This is the only sensible thing to do.
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