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Election result puts SA firmly on the Zimbabwe road

12 May 2014, 15:02
Now that the election is over, South Africa has woken up to the fact that a ultra left-wing party has had one of the best results that any political party has ever had in the SA political history,this after only a couple of months and with limited funds.
How dit this come about ? the answer is very clear,the ANC  caused this to happen with there total disregard of the poor and unemployed,no service delivery,a collapse of public service departments,the roads,schools,hospitals,water supply, police services,the armed forces,and most of all a system of local government in towns and villages that allows corruption to take place on such a massive scale that it defies belief.
This opened the door to a political party run by people that make such wild unobtainable statements that it sounds like the rambling of mad men,nationalize farms,mines,banks,and after doing that they will give all the poor and oppressed a piece of the pie,they of course ignore the fact that there great leader Malema has also got ongoing court case against him regarding tender corruption and tax evasion,this does not matter to the uneducated suffering masses,our president has got a history of over 400 allegations of corruption being withdrawn against him by the public prosecutor,the Nkandla saga and a host of other irregularities,this has opened the door to the EFF to advocate the Zimbabwe solution.
The only way that the ANC can stop this flood of support for their leftwing clone,is to follow the same road of nationalization of farms,mines and banks etc,they have to to do this to pacify the the disgruntled masses,who have seen nothing of the promises that have been made to them over 20 years by the ANC of this wonderful paradise that they will form that everybody will live in.
This is the same route that was taken by Zimbabwe,when that icon of democracy Mugabe realized that the only way he could stop a revolution against him,was to nationalize farms without compensation, and do the same with mines and business ,it does not matter that that country is a ruined state only surviving due to donation from the rest of the world,to stem starvation ,and to try and stem an inflation rate of over a 1000%.
So fellow South Africans be very afraid of the new kid on the block the EFF,starving jobless people do not look at logic and the character of the political party they vote for,but believe all the false promises that are made that will elevate them out of the nightmare they are living in.  
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