Watch – Desmond Tutu slams the ANC

2011-10-05 08:56

Archbishop Desmond Tutu responded to the Dalai Lama’s decision to cancel his trip to the country because he had not been granted a visa with a scathing attack on the ruling party.

A selection of comments on the issue from social-media platforms

Khayadlanga: The ANC government is “worse than the apartheid government”, Desmond Tutu. He can be melodramatic.

Lavhengwa Ndivhu: Nice i hate it wen leaders and the organisation itself forget dat dey are der bcos of our votes

Hellpants: I’m proud of Desmond Tutu. I cannot say that about many people.

LuloCafe: All respect to the Archbishop Desmond Tutu but he should know that God answers to no prayers of people wishing demise on others

Terror Cele: Tutu must go to hell & leave anc in peace!

LazySwag08: The government is trying to make Desmond Tutu seem like a silly old man who’s being a diva and people are falling for it, so sad

Lawrence Bonginkosi Shabalala: In African culture making a old man to curse you makes you have bad luck, ayeye ANC

BoyceMathebula: Why is Desmond Tutu in Politics?? He should be praying for the world ... He shud go home n shut up!!!!

Kabomo: I know Tutu is upset and everything but no man, the things he is saying are not on.

Simphiwe Kenni Hambi: One day we all going to remember his words, he knows what his talking abt those who think his mad must look around, Anc is the only party in the world if not in Africa that are still in power because of liberation politics,but the quesition is until when?

Shapshak: Desmond Tutu. I say again: Desmond Tutu. Brave and fearless. Against the Nats, Mbeki, Zuma. #RealHero
Charlie_chino: Dear Desmond Tutu, wen is next bus leaving 4 heaven? Plz leave wit it, I’ll buy u the ticket.

Kwun_ell: Desmond Tutu shud just get over himself. How can Krillin from Dragonball Z not coming to his birthday, a big deal?

ShottaZee: I wish the Arch Desmond Tutu could learn the meaning of “RETIREMENT” from Mandela.

Tell us what you think.
Did the Archbishop go too far in his critique of the ruling party? Was Tutu justified in expressing himself in the manner which he did?

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