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Separating Zuma and Malema

24 February 2014, 05:45
Zuma was not truly allied to Mandela.

Zuma was part of the people that scorned at Mandela for telling the Zulu's to throw their guns and knives into the sea.

Reconciliation is still a foreign concept to Zuma and his cronies.

Malema is exactly the same. He also does not embrace the meaning of reconciliation and also is not allied to Mandela's thinking.

Do you know how educated our Zambian neighbours are?

The Zambians are possibly the nicest race of people I met. Friendly, Humble, educated people.

To think a 10 million population landlocked could not provide work for more people back then.The minimum wage was R23 per day 12 years ago.

I befriended a resort guard and this smart, ambitious witty guy was working 30 days non stop, 12 hours a day for a bag of meal. Oh and he would walk no less than 10km to and from work.

We are all dreaming in SA if we think we stand a chance with these Zumas and Malema's,

Our broken society is more to do with established business and poor policy with shrunken investments than a racial issue.

We are less racist in SA than anywhere in the world whether you believe it or not.

Our racial awareness is a living progress, Our partial acceptance grows, Our people are all growing. Some are not.

With rotten television pumping music all night long, instead of embracing creativity and welcoming all races to contribute.

We feed the new generation with the worst possible perceptions.

Yes Malema, I am sure you will double all our wages.

But the rand will then be as strong as the Zambian Kwatcha. For 10 000 kwatcha, you can buy a tin of coke.

Seems we are desperate for more sensible people to be in  politics,

If we leave it to these dumb fools, then we will just deteriorate,

Unemployment will rise, crime will rise, 
Come on SA, Let the leaders stand up.

Where is the Humble South African men gone ?
There are still so many, 
SA can either grow, and grow fast if we are more united.
Or we will lose the chance given to us all.

Those that are so poorly educated as these 2 make it impossible to separate, They are equally hell bent on breaking SA.

They cannot deliver, they only plan to take for themselves.

Drive around and see all the land we have, there is plenty land.

Malema will break SA and Zuma has cracked us up badly already.

This is where I would like to see our locals performing their traditional justice.

Where the true leaders.

Not these people that do not understand reconciliation.

They do not understand why Mandela will always remain so famous.





 


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