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Ramphele for president all the way !!!

28 January 2014, 12:49
The announcement of Ramphele made me tear a bit and it could well have been a long awaited excitement I have had in me Regarding real change in SA.
I hear so many cynics concerning the DA and i think they are all idiots.
The only possible way we can grow SA is with a unified Government.  
We have so much demand and we need to grow the economy fast.
Simple changes in thinking and more unity and quickly we can create an open market in SA.
50 Million folks, With many still less educated and apart from problems , we need opportunity.
We have all the minerals in the world !!!
That Government growth plan  thought our by a few impressive reputations was nothing more than garbage !

We need an exponentially  open market !
No more Dutchman thinking and no more ANC thinking,
Heavens people, OPEN MARKET !!!!
We look at the demand in any sector and determining the challenge or numbers and we create and sell licenses.
NO more Monopolies !!!
In monopoly there is only one winner, Its not workable or sustainable in real life .
The worlds system is broken and we need not be as effected as much as we are .
No more  Monopolies, If people need banks, Give them hundreds of choices hence hundreds of people sharing what only few are taking right now.
We need a hundred Electricity suppliers, Not just Eskom, 
No more monopolies, Open the market and open it fast.
Lets get change going,
No more DSTV pinching so much controlling an entire country and allowed them growth through out Africa, lets have 50 TV licenses and allow many to provide satellite reruns, We create more jobs and the money is shared.Feel the magic my backside, Even in tough financial times the few and so very few shareholders couldn't keep the price the same for even 1 year. 
While they get richer , we get poorer..
Open the market Mrs Ramphele and Zille you beauty,
Its the only way we can grow, and grow exponentially, 
I see it and I feel it,
Open market in SA, Monopoly's destroyed and many more businesses created.
Once we are growing we need to create resistance to American and British companies endorsing selling fuel at international prices  FIXED prices when we hence have our own refineries and resources.
These changes can only start in SA, and the time is now,
I pray it, I believe it and I wont stop talking about it,
Open market is what we need in SA and unity of all people will make it so much better,
Ramphele is a breath of life and a worthy presidential candidate for SA.
Wouldn't it be great when our president speaks ,we don't cringe in shame by his never ending idiocy and distortions.
I trust this woman, 
For the best !! 





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