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We can't really blame Zuma

07 November 2012, 22:14

I know this may sound odd, I am not a Zuma supporter by any means and I do think he should be asked to step down as President or step down himself but you we can't really blame him can we?

All his actions are typical of an uneducated person, he doesn't understand criticism because he is far too stupid to. This is why his only form of defence is to lay charges against people and ban everything that even slightly challenges him. I saw someone say that Zuma should learn from Obama, this will not be possible not in a million years. You see JZ is like that bully at school, you hated him but as you got older your felt sorry for him because you knew he was like that because he felt threatened by your intelligence! If this is not JZ in a nut shell then I don’t know what is. Clever leaders react to criticism by proving to everyone that they can do anything and by being witty and putting the people criticising them in their place (Obama and well most other western leaders)! People like JZ go legal because it is the only way they can stop people.

JZ before you make a complete mockery of yourself (I do fear this may be too late) and South Africa do the clever thing and step down as president, then you don’t have to worry about working or being criticised anymore and you can go live in you COMPOUND in peace.

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