SA's position of authority lacking on world stage

2016-01-21 06:00


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IN light of recent events, particularly, politically, the ANC has proved that it is incompetent in its dealings with the rest of the world as far as business is concerned, and through its domestic actions and a lack thereof, is eating our industry like an internal necrotising disease, and the more this disease is not cured, the more our economy gets devoured by the second.
The people of this country, black, white, Indian and even pink Martians with big green eyes, are the cure to stop this juggernaut of stupidity and in plain and simple English, pure passive veiled terrorism. If we as the people do not take the reins of our future in this country, we are always going to bow our heads to the likes of Oh-bummer, that snake in Britain called Cameron, and that female Hitler pig called Merkel.
Ask yourselves this - as the people of this country, why do we need to when we were the breadbasket of the African continent? This doesn't make sense folks … not to any sane individual that is. What we have clearly experienced in this decade is that our pride and power has been swiped from underneath us, because we as a people have failed in telling those charlatans called the ANC, to step the hell down. Every nation around the world that has been successful, has always had its people, the living flesh and blood, the heart of its life, make a stand, taking the responsibility into their own hands. History teaches us this.

Therefore I propose, that the people of South Africa, my fellow countrymen of all race and creed, boycott American chicken sold in stores. I propose that government focuses on strengthening our ties with Bricks nations­, promoting stability and trade, and conducting business within its official­ circle, because as it is, the ANC is undermining our “reputation” among Bricks nations by obeying U.S. demands like the spineless chickens they want to sell us.
I propose that South Africa encourages southern African nations to join under us as subsidiary trade-states in Bricks, with SA managing them as a conglomerate, which will inevitably form the UNSA [oo-n-ser] (United Nations of Southern Africa).
I propose that government, in order to boost our economy, start heavily­ getting educated because education­ teaches us that Great Britain­ was only great because of her railway systems. You cannot have a working stable economy of any significance­ without a damn railway network. I propose that government starts spending our tax money, our property rates, which is utter blatant theft, but anyway … (what’s new in SA), in financing railway plans which cover our country with a spider web of economic veins. I propose a 50% tax cut for SA citizens, and introduce a foreign citizen tax levy on Americans, Brits, and any westernised folk by 50%, and welcome our allies (in Bricks), those who are prominent figures with a no-visa policy.
I propose that Government starts subsidiSing our farmers, Because Mr Zuma, farmers = food, and zero food = oppression, and oppression = dictatorship and not a democratic country where people have freedom and a say.
I propose that government disbands BEE because that is racist. Are we black and white or are we South Africans? You need a non-discriminating balanced system of government, not a bunch of terrorists that brainwash our youth in believing they are one level above Jesus Christ.
Importantly I advise government to focus on subsidising practical trade schools which bring back the apprentice concept in order to promote skill, competence and assurance for people and jobs down the road, because more machines start cutting jobs with automations, where dear government are these people going to find work? If you have a majority of the populous without employment, crime soars. I advise that all this be confronted now in order to prevent a burst pipe, because when you fail to prevent it now, you will not cure it later­, not with this current level of competence of the country’s regime.

"Therefore, my lords, strain every nerve for the preservation of the state, look in every quarter for the storms, which will burst upon you, if you do not see them in time." - Tullius Cicero.

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