1. There was a man of the Government named Collins Chabane, a ruler of the Poor's. Part of the government's delegation sent to show their respects at the funeral service of 34 slave miner's.
2. The wailing crowd was angered by the government's presence, after their guard's slaughtered the defenceless rebelling slaves.
3. From the road the loud roar of a black sports vehicle could be heard. A finely suited man from the escourting vehicle, opened the door.
4. Slowly stepping forward walked a short, fat man known as Julius. The swooning crowd dropped palm tree leaves in the path of the king of the Poor's.
5. He climbed the stage, taking a break halfway up to wipe the sweat from his forehead. Approaching a visibly upset Collins Chabe, he took the microphone from him.
6. “This stage here, your government did not pay for anything. Your slave master did not pay for anything.” said Julius.
7. Lamenting on the fact that the government officials spend millions of piece's of silver whenever they have a function. Julius of course, never before partaking in sushi off the belly of a slave girl. Or drinking Moët or Johnnie Blue Label.
8. Julius thanked his 12 disciples, known collectively as the 'Friends of the youth league' for organising the funeral. And of course for paying.
9. “The reason our government is failing to intervene in the mines is because our leaders are involved and benefitting with the white people. I mean slavers.”
10. Several women got filled with the presence of Julius, and collapsed. While their families poured water on on their foreheads to revive them.
11. A father of a mineworker who was killed, Johannes Nkosabele, asked: “Does somebody get killed for demanding money?"
12. "When he is carrying a traditional weapon, and fires at you, then actually..." said Nathi Mthethwa. The minister of the guards.
13. “Today they are all here, the only reason they are here is to pose for the cameras”, said Julius. While adjusting his tie for the SABC reporter.
14. The crowd burst out in hymns and praise songs. Giving glory to their leader.
15. "This mourning service should not be about political gain, but about poor people who lost their loved ones”, a pastor yelled from the back.
16. "Jacob Zuma should resign as president of South Africa", Julius told the church leaders.
17. "This is a mining revolution. We are not going to to retreat, we are not going to surrender until the white man gives us our money"
18. The crowd cheered, and cried. The woman celebrated and mourned. And Julius climbed back into his sports vehicle, and drove back to his 16 million piece's of silver mansion.
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