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dear South Africans( all of you)

07 January 2014, 07:51
dear South African citizens

I have observed a rapid growth in support of EFF by the SA youth and this really pose a real threat to the political stability in this country. here is why:

1. if you look at other countries you will notice that whenever there is a political instability it's because of the strong opposition and this results in (many cases) civil wars. I can even make an internal example. which province is highly contested in SA? the answer will be KZN and if you look at politically related murders you will notice that most of them happened here and high tensions within communities are usually experienced. 

2. now back to EFF growth: the youth is being misled by leaders who actually don't care what happens because they suffered major setbacks in their political careers and are now fighting for survival, trying to keep their loaded pockets full as they have set their socio-economic standard very high by enriching themselves through the companies they built solely to live via government tenders. they know they are going to dis-stabilize the country political and many people will die but they don't care because they(EFF leaders) already lost a lot and have nothing more to loose.

3. from what I have seen, the EFF is SA version of ZANU-PF and their policies and vision are a copy of ZANU-PF's. this tells us that SA is soon gonna be like Zim and SA will be worse of because at least in Zim there isn't as many people as here and few millions of Zimbabweans were able to flee to SA. question is: where are the South Africans going to flee to?

with the above said I will keep it short and proceed to my proposed solution as below:

as much as we are divided but I plea to all South Africans and all political parties and I mean all( including ANC and DA) to unite against EFF because( I am under the impression) despite everything and our differences we all wouldn't want to lose the political stability we all enjoy currently. I take the political stability as the start and first priority and we can always work our way up as united as never before. 

I know I have left lots of issues but that's purely because I want to keep the article short. please comment below and tell us what you think and suggest solutions too.

ciao, love you all
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