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My wishes and dreams for 2013

07 January 2013, 07:48

I wish that :

More work and less talking and dancing will become the ANC's motto.

ANC leaders will accept that they are not above the law.

ANC-supporters will learn that incompetence , dishonesty and arrogance are not acceptable qualities for leaders.

Striking workers realize that muti does not make a body bullet proof.

All goverment departments will lock their doors between eight and  five to keep workers inside like the military headquarters in Pretoria do.

ANC spokesmen stop referring to their failures as "teething problems" as the child is 18 years old.

All ANC cabinet ministers who were allocated F-symbols by the DA , resign and new candidates must pass psychometric tests in order to be appointed.

Members of parliament do a course on their roll in goverment and are issued pills to keep them awake as well as hard seats for the same purpose.

The ANC realize that critizism by the News media is the result of their poor governance and not the cause of it.

The country gets a reality  TV program on the daily activities in our "White House" Inkandla.

Mac Maharaj runs out of lies and excuses for his master's many blunders and bloomers and resign.

Incompetent goverment workers are forced to attend evening classes to improve their skills.

Tina Joemat-Petterssen realizes that she cannot farm with the farmers and collaborate with the strikers.

The ANC tenderpreneurs contribute lavishly to their patron's building fund to keep him from raiding goverment funds.

Demonstrators realize that wild dancing ,capering , shouting and destruction of property make them look uncivilized and barbaric.

The poor get the goverment tenders to narrow the gap between rich and poor.

School girls get monetary rewards for not falling pregnant.

The president demands to get his day in court and gets it.

The ANC leadership realize that the present fairy tale cannot last for much longer and get competent people to do the job.

The ANC leaders put the country's welfare first and not that of the movement.

The ANC starts an academy to fund and train honest , moral and gifted young members for the future.

The president resigns and becomes a prosperous property developer and public speaker.

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