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Malema is supposed to be a taxpayer

23 February 2014, 09:18
Dear Poor people
This is to inform you that Julius Malema is the reason why you don't have houses and water and electricity.
Water, electricity, RDP hoouses and all public services get paid by tax payers money. If people don't pay tax, you don't get houses. Malema is supposed to be a taxpayer. Malema owes the South African Revenue Service, the agency that collects our taxes so that you can have RDP houses, R16 000 000. This is why the revenue service is now taking his house and farm and everything he has. And that, poor people, means Malema owes you R16 000 000. If a RDP house costs R55 000 to build, then the number of RDP houses that the money that Malema stole from you can build 291 houses. It means he owes 291 of the homeless amongg you a house. It means he owes you 16 prefab schools if a prefab school costs R1000 000. It means he owes 14 500 of the pensioners amongst you one month's old age state pension. It means he owes 66 700 of your unemployed mothers one month's child support state grant.
Is Malema going to give you those houses or those schools or the old people their money or the mothers their money? Is he going to give back to you what he stole? No. 
By asking you to vote for him after he stole your money is kind of like he's spitting in your face isn't it? It's an insult, isn't it?
I hope you found this useful.
A taxpayer who pays.
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