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Racism in government

11 June 2013, 15:01
I wrote this article specifically as a response to Malema's announcement that he would be making his own party. South Africa today is not in the shape it should be, with better governance after the end of Apartheid in 1994 South Africa could have been a economic world power.

Instead today South Africa is in shambles, the economy is as low as it has ever been, crime is at its highest as it has ever been. Corruption is common place within all government departments. The economy is suffering hugely at the hands of the unions and the ANC. All this is the result of racism in the system, by favoring one people over others and granting them special treatment the ANC has successfully led to the degradation of the people and the nation.

Constraints on who can and who cannot work have caused the economy to take a severe dip as skills that people learned are not able to be put to use because of their race.

Now Julius Malema proposes to worsen the issue by further dividing the people of South Africa, and punishing those who have worked hard to get where  they were today. Not only that but he intends to go on a rampage that will most certainly doom South Africa to never becoming the success it could have been. This man is sick, not only is he a criminal but a vehement racist and hypocrite. He has failed the people on numerous occasions both through criminal activity and sheer incompetence. It still amazes me that such filth can be outside of jail and still be able to talk about politics.

So now we come to the solution, simply all I ask you as citizens of South Africa, is to think and to see the corruption and racism that surrounds you. The ANC and Malema will not offer a better life but a worse life for all so that they may fill their pockets with your money.

Be sure to vote in the upcoming elections you need to voice your opinion vote for anyone AGANG and DA are both good choices as they both serve to see South Africa grow. All I hope for is that one day we will be united as a people rather than divided through the hatred that is in our government.
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