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EFF, Numsa, ANC, Cosatu, DA, IEC, DJ SBU, A little bit of Agang

10 March 2014, 10:56

In the ANC, everything is taken out of context

Please remember everything at Luthuli house is taken out of context, from Malawi by Jacob to the boer statement by Cyril “Buffalo” Ramaphosa. So even the thing that they will create jobs is taken out of context, so it means they will never create jobs. Ours is to be in ANC regalia and vote EFF because we are cowards we will show true colours, red of course, after elections. So we urge those who are in ANC t-shirts and afraid to remove them not to worry and vote EFF with Zuma's face on their shirt. Even Zuma himself will put a cross next to EFF next year because he thinks that he will be cancelling EFF on the ballot paper. Not aware he is adding votes. Zuma might even vote EFF in the ballot thinking that he is giving them a vote of no confidence, I trust him on such issues. 900 360 000 (president says nine million three thousand and sixty thousand), this number might have been taken out of context by those who were listening to Mr President. NO WONDER WE HAVE TASK TEAMS EVERYWHERE, THIS IS BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS TAKEN OUT OF CONTEXT, TASK TEAMS AND COMISSIONS WILL WORK ON THAT FOR TO UNDERSTAND THAT EVEN the thing that 6 million jobs will be created by ANC might be out of context and meaning that in fact 6 million jobs will be lost in the next 5 years if we vote ANC. A GOOD STORY TO TELL WAS BOOED AGAIN, WOW I WONDER IF A GOOD STORY TO TELL IS ALSO OUT OF CONTEXT, MAYBE THEY MEAN A BAD STORY TO TELL.


Poor person got no influence, we all know but that doesn’t mean they are stupid. Now even what their number one Dj said about people from other province as all stupid, is apparently taken out of context. Out of all the killing of younger ones in Diepsloot, the raping of our women, the killing of innocent souls by police and the killings of our comrades in KZN that he can say the foolish word to, the ANC number one dj thinks poverty or being poor means you are a fool. Does he forget that we were not meant to be all djs or Mzekezeke or host the Friends like these programme or even work at radio station? So to him we must all be that so that we are showing how wise we are.

When that guy who married Nhlanhla suggests that you are a Pedi boy and therefore there is nothing wrong in calling people “bharis”, does he imply that in that province there are only Pedi people? You ANC people are so arrogant but your days are numbered, I doubt Mandela would have encouraged such and be proud of you, is only the current ANC that will think all is cool. While the former ANCYL thinks having you idiots in their organisation will help, they are not aware that many artists that I won’t say names of are EFF members but what they must do now is to milk the money you have.

DA, is it racist or not racist?

Well maybe just maybe because they managed to turn the thing of whites only to blacks only now in democracy, here is how: The march to Cosatu house followed by the march to Luthuli house then the manifesto all in the scorching sun was a bit well attended by DA members. It is obvious that majority of those in DA are white but all those 3 events mentioned, the only white person was Zille herself if not less than 15 of the other whites who attended. So black DA members must be careful and very careful on what they are taken for by the DA. Is like the message to them is you are for display purposes. Anyway there is no difference between DA and ANC and they all have something in common, copy red berets and have policies that do not help or are pro-rich.

NUMSA and VAVI issue

My best of the best advice to NUMSA is, swallow your pride. You might do the same mistake as Ramphela and Agang by miscalculating politics in SA. DON’T form a political party that will contest elections on its own, you will be shocked and surprised. You only consist of workers and not the unemployed, don’t be fooled because not all members and unions will vote for you. REMAIN A UNION, take AMCU with you and some unions in Cosatu will follow…swallow your pride and be in alliance with EFF as you all agree on the policies. Just find a collective name for all your unions while NUMSA and AMCU remain with those names. Other unions will follow you. Things that you wanted to happen in the ANC, you can easily do in EFF. Leave the EFF leadership as it is and NUMSA together with AMCU leadership as it is. Julius Malema is far much better than most politicians because if he and Zuma were to start a party tomorrow, Zuma will be very low in numbers, if we talk politics not tribalism. NO WAY current Cosatu can fight e-tolls, just pretending.

Analysts made Ramphela to believe that she is on top of her game and only to find that they were misleading her. They compared her to Julius as an uneducated someone and Mamphela as an academic who will easily give tough time to the ANC. Political wise Malema is better than the rest that you to an extent that even Vavi might not stand a chance. Julius has many similarities with Nelson Mandela which I can highlight if you want me to.

My simple question that people normally do not ask Vavi when they interview him is why instead of leading workers by example he chose to take that lady who was working at the airport to give her work at Cosatu then have relationship with her. He was one of the people I trusted. I know he would have strongly condemned other bosses for employing people for sexual needs, but he did the same thing. Vavi must just forget about Cosatu because even if he goes back, that respect he used to have might deteriorate severely and he might be surprised that even those who used to back him might turn their back while he is back in Cosatu. Now instead of praising Julius Malema for successfully coming up with alternative to ANC, he is busy telling us that he cannot associate with Julius because he don’t know how Julius got rich. IN THE EFF, VAVI YOU ARE WELCOME AND DON’T BE SHY, THERE IS ALREADY READY MADE BERET FOR YOU, MATHUNJWA AND IRVIN JIM WITH YOUR FOLLOWERS.


IEC wants R605 000 but the amount is refundable if a party gets one seat in parliament which is equivalent to 400 votes. The EFF argument is this is actually to say, the poor are not allowed to enter the elections. Well EFF is just what SA has been waiting for. My suggestion is because the money is refundable why don’t they say the alternative is you bring 400 or more audited membership or simply 1000 audited membership in case others who joined the party do not manage to go and vote due to other reasons like death for example. So in that way the number will go down but not until below 400 mark, then we will know that a party is serious and have members to be in parliament or just significantly reduce that amount and requirement be the reduced amount plus 400 or more audited membership.


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