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Rapidly changing world

01 October 2012, 09:18

We are living in a digital age, where mathematics, scientific thinking and a rapidly changing world are the rules of the day. One of the buzzwords of all modern governments is "overpopulation". It is feared that if the world population continues to grow as it is, dire food shortages, never mind jobs, will arise.  Yet we in South Africa have a president who has twenty children, 4 wives and god knows how many girlfriends. Our president is happily tribal or middle age orientated. That we should be aiming for reasonably for smaller families, with better educated children, has eluded the good man.

We all know about Mr. Zuma's mingle twingle with the HIV positive daughter of one of his collegues. Here he just took a shower after the deed, believing that those HIV microbes, would just happily dissapear. And this as President of the South Afrcan Aids Prevention! Not a whiff of scientific thinking is to be found in his behaviour. Truley a tribal man from the middle ages

Like all big wigs from the middles ages, Mr Zuma is now set on building himself a gradious chateau in Kwa  Zulu. A gracious setting for all those splendid wives and children who live royally from the tax-payers hand.

Mr Zuma is backed by a government which is becoming increasingly supressive and corrupt. It is time he goes!!!

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