I just shook my head in disbelief when I saw Jonathan Shapiro’s latest cartoon.
Yes I know our constitution allows us freedom of expression and us whites will die fighting for it, but enough is now enough of Zuma’s genitals.
It is starting to look as if we whites are out on a drive to peeve the black population off. I for one am very grateful that 1994 didn’t turn into an extended war and if something like Brett Murray’s painting caused so much anguish, then Shapiro should have respected their culture and customs.
I’m going to defend Zuma today. So to all of Pieter Mulder fans on here, don’t read further and hit the comment section with your regular racial hatred and bitterness towards the incompetent ANC.
As a President, Zuma has on many occasions brought me peace of mind. Last year when Malema caused this country to turn around at the brink of a civil war, he did the right thing and removed an element from our political landscape that could have had us whites running for cover.
The man had the balls to send in task teams to expose the seedy transactions going on in Limpopo and we don’t give him credit for the attempt he is making to expose the corruption. His administration has at least started a process to bring the corruption to book.
Sure some of you would say he should be an example for the nation regarding his sex life. But the truth is Zuma’s sex life is none of our business. This country will benefit far more if he continues on his drive to rid us of all the corrupt tenders. Personally I would rather get the corruption under control and have him spend every night with another woman.
The time has come for the white voters to start counting their blessings in this country. Nothing has been nationalised yet and our constitution has stood the test of time and has been respected by the ANC ever since 1996. I’m not implying anybody should vote for them, but we are a minority group and they have respected our rights ever since they have come into power.
If paintings and cartoons of exposed genitals freak them out, the least we can do is respect their culture.
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