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Singing an ANC song is so yesterday

02 December 2012, 14:47


This article is a response to an article written over the weekend by an ANC Troll named Esethu Hasane. The link to the article is:

http://www.news24.com/MyNews24/Dear-ANC-government-20121130

I won’t deal with the bad grammar but rather with the propaganda he copied and pasted from an ANC website. I want to apologise to all the readers on here on behalf of all the students around the country’s campuses. I want to stress that not all students are brain dead once they arrive as “refugees” (sorry Mrs. Zille) at UCT campus kitted out with a beanie and a Blackberry.

I must also, in this political attack, display my dismay that he publishes a trolling article, such as he did, and didn’t bother to come on here to defend his misty eyed views.

He starts his article with the following:

“Many African states have failed to maintain peace, stability and democracy for more than 18 years of gaining independence”

So have we failed miserably. The land is burning with ANC agents sent in with the deliberate purpose to destabilise the Western Cape. Why are only the farm workers in the Western Cape striking? I remember Trevor Manuel telling Mrs. Zille in a television debate that the ANC will do anything to gain the Western Cape. This is thus an openly ANC arranged riot with no other purpose but to sow chaos.

The ANC could care less if those farm workers lose their jobs because of mechanism being implemented to combat future incidents of this nature.

Another dire consequence will be land values in the Western Cape. It is a known fact that foreigners have been bringing in billions to invest in farms in the Western Cape. Are we now going to see our most beautiful best maintained province turned into another ANC wasteland like the rest of the country?

“Our South African constitution is hailed the best in the world. This constitution guarantees human rights for all, the rights to access to health, education, social security, food and water and minimum standards of life”

Oh Really?

When a bunch of tax thieves with 5 wives sit in tribal meetings wanting to ban the rights of gay people, we should hail our wonderful constitution?

Access to health?

You mean sitting at a hospital for 2 days to be turned away because the hospital has run out of medication because the Health Department doesn’t bother to pay invoices?

Education?

Read your own grammar and decide if the quality of our education makes you worthy of even having a paragraph published.

Food and water and minimum standards of life?

They got the minimum standard of living right because R25.4 Billion was stolen in the previous tax year alone that could have improved the lives of many destitute people.

RDP Housing?

Besides the large number of houses falling apart because of unscrupulous pigs obtaining building contracts, we should mention that the cost of an RDP house, on average with the inflated contracts given to the ANC thieves, is R100,000. Are you aware that thousands of these houses are sold to “refugees” from other African countries and the East for as little as R1,500 by unscrupulous councillors?

Do you realise that our tax payers are providing housing for foreigners when our own people have been waiting for 20 years for a house?

We won’t discuss the Gauteng Premier regarding the demolition of people’s houses as a milestone in cracking down on her corrupt management of the province!

You say:

“On my first year at UCT I got R 36 000 NSFAS loan and got R42 000 on my second year. I then thank you for the opportunity you have given me to study even though my parents could not afford to pay my fees. I am also happy to know that on my final year 2013 I won’t get another loan but a bursary from the government”

Allow me to correct your grammar because you don’t seem to be attending classes regularly.

During my first year at UCT I got R36,000 NSFAS loan and got R42,000 during my second year…………..”and so on.

You represent the worst investment the tax payers could make. Please note, as sobering as this may be, that it is the tax payers that are funding your party at university and not the ANC.

Your destiny in life is just another ANC parasite sucking tax payers dry. My dream for you is that your grammar and spelling on a future employment application is so bad they send you back to UCT to get a few basics right before you are let out of your cage.

Stop publishing rubbish and stop giving all of us students a bad name.

The ANC can’t even convene a basic meeting to nominate leaders, and you think they can run the country?

Singing an ANC song is very yesterday, like all their decrepit leaders with their shocking morals.

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