Clive Derby Lewis

2012-07-22 18:23

I was in Grade 8 when Clive had committed the unthinkable. I remember the anger of my parents at the time. He was jailed and rightly so.

Some 20 years later now that I have become along with every other white in this country, a victim of the new discriminating laws of this country, and I have changed my attitude.

Selebi’s release stand testament to the inequalities in this country. These people can cry all day long about the wealth being in white hands, but 2 decades into their governance, they are no different from the Nats.

Surely Clive has paid for his sin? If he is dying of prostate cancer why isn’t he released from prison on medical parole?

The ANC might have this super duper constitution, but in the final analysis it is as worthless as Gordhan’s words that he would prosecute the tender corruption.

We often get told on here to pack our stuff and leave. Ultimately I believe that is what will happen because white kids have no futures here. Wouldn’t it be sad to see this magnificent country ultimately fail for the very same reason the Nats had destroyed the future of millions?

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