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Malema and his 1 white Pal...

22 January 2014, 05:30
Has people noticed how lazy our local Journalists are? 
Malema ,with all he lacks gets so much limelight and publicity.
If he wanted my vote he would need to understand who the real enemies are.

40 000 farmers are not the enemy, but should be praised since they provide essentially what we couldn't do without. Rather initiate 100 000 more farms and then we can drive local food prices down and increase our exports.

Enemy No 1) Dirty thieving banks, They charge us more each year and they advertise all day long with our money and lend money above prime up to 3.5%, Barclays could be the biggest criminals on earth, if you have an Absa account just see how they charge!

Enemey No 2) Sasol. How nice for a company that was grown by South Africans, Uses our resources and sells it at international prices to us. Cleverly sold off to pig shareholders that couldn't give  a hoot how much we pay for petrol. Then they profit even more by supplying exports only to profit them?

Enemy no 3) Cell Phone companies and dirty Ministers that charge us so much for airtime it makes me mad. How is it possible that MTN and Vodacom was allowed license in SA, they charge ridiculous rates, Grow themselves right through Africa using cash flow they made from us and we all sit like monkeys giving once again pig shareholders money that leaves our shores.
Enemy no 4 ) Checkers , Pick & Pay , Spar and the dirty thieving Woolworth s.When last have you filled up a trolley? I filled 2 baskets yesterday at a pick & pay and it cost me R1500 I swear it on my life. 2 baskets,? Then I forgot my airtime and spent more ?
Do you ever hear any of these established businesses complain about petrol prices? No , never, they just lift prices up when it suits them and not to compensate for petrol, they make more now than ever before. They smiling all the way to the bank.
Enemey No 5 DSTV MNET or mutichoice , Since they own the monopoly and ZERO competition and also another example of establishing themselves in SA and then using our  money to grow throughout Africa and we all pay 10 % more each and every year. Why are they not forced to make less profit? Why are we paying more than R200 per month ?They making Billions upon billions , Its madness? real them in, fight for the citizens of SA. Lets get 3 more operators and let multi choice go suck it, Look how they treated us when so many of us support them ? Its criminal.

Lets stick together in SA, Racial tensions are silly, We need to fight the real enemies, I'm all for profit and endorse capitalistic thinking but there must be a limit and there must be giving back. 
established businesses laugh at us all, they make the money and we cant pay our bills.

So Mr Kotze and Malema,  If you want to share, why don't you 2 take a lekker Jacuzzi together and if you want to fix SA, lets all stand together and fight against established business. Force companies to be SA friendly,
Make less off us citizens and allow money to spread more, Banks and cell phone companies and Sasol and DSTV are taking too much money away from us.

I will Vote for anybody that is willing to fight the right fights..




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