I understand the poor are uneducated and that they are easily swayed by unscrupulous politicians who promise to take them from poverty to riches but even the poor should be clever enough to realise the difference between a politician and what they promise? Surely?
Apparently not. Apparently any idiot, like Malema, can take a bunch of poor people, make them think that he will make them rich and actually get away with it – purely because... and here's the clincher – they don't think for themselves. "I am poor. Malema will make me rich". That is the bottom line.
“Can't blame them” the white people secretly think – because they're uneducated.
Just because they don't have a degree doesn't mean they can't think for themselves. That's like saying I don't rape women because I'm educated. It won't fly.
The time of being brainwashed by these so called leaders is over, and the time for taking responsibility for ourselves begins.
LEADERS: Here is my message to you. DO YOUR F'ING JOB.
SOUTH AFRICANS: Here is my message to you: LIVE YOUR F'ING LIFE.
We have survived the NATS and apartheid, we are still 2 years behind Europe and America as far as technology is concerned, and we are far too busy fighting each other when we should be looking at the rest of the world, and learning from their mistakes, and seeing how easy it would be to make this country incredibly powerful. If only we could do one thing – stop looking at the world through rage / race coloured glasses and look at the world for what it is before assuming what it is.
Me? I'll be having a laugh, stirring the pot, turning you against each other as long as I think it will make you think further than your stupidity. I've learned that no amount of reason is memorable, but if I can be unreasonable and make my point then stupid will be up all night thinking about it.
Not that anyone will get that, because everyone is too busy hating something to actually THINK.
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