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Why all South African should join ANC

23 November 2012, 19:26

Ok I will just go to it, Democracy only exist inside ANC in South Africa. Got that? If you are outside ANC you don’t have a say. Like Mosholozi said, you don’t have rights. In my little education they taught me that democracy equals to majority rules, and minority have the right to be heard. But you see I have problem with that, what if minority is talking sense and majority have problem with listening skills? That will mean minority can make all the noises they want, they can pass the motion of no confidence like they want and nothing will happen. Majority rules remember?

According to Stats SA, South Africa has more than 50 million people living in it. ANC have more than 1 million members, ok maybe 600000 on good standing depending how secretary general MR Mantashe sees it or feel, minus Malema of course. Those people are majority, they are your democracy and either you like it or not they are going to decide for you. It does not matter how you calculate your maths they remain majority and they are going to sent 4000 people to Mangaung to amend the rules of this country, rules that affect me and you, including choosing for president of this country.

If we all join ANC, we will have a right to choose president we like, we will have a right to question Nkandla trough branches, we will not vote Angie Motshega into NEC because of Limpopo saga. We will read and question political report on why Polokwane resolutions were never implemented and people who contests presidential position will debate on national television. I mean we can vote for anything. Hey we can also vote e-tolls out. There won’t be them and us, we will be one thing and debate issues. Mamphele Ramphele can be finally being heard if not we will just vote for her to be president, nominating her through branches of course.

And finally we can change the word ANC and call it South Africa, ANCYL will become South African youth and we won’t want any berets bought with youth development money during kissing games. Who want berets anyway? We will finally sell those arms and recover our money, let’s be honest nobody is going to fight us we can talk our way out, we did sent one man to Sudan (Thabo Mbeki) and they stopped fighting.

Still on it membership number will be changed to ID number given at birth, we will then divide ANC ((as it will be known as South Africa) into two, the ones who believe in socialism and the liberal ones. Both should nominate the president via respective branches and those should sell all members their manifestos and we will vote from there.

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