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Make a start to take our country back.

12 February 2014, 05:30
Our country is in ruins!! Lets stop blaming everybody else and start with a simple solution.
Let the people of South Africa take the country back.

We don't need this lousy politicians. Let the people that want to work, work. Municipality workers should be fired if their work is not up to standard within 3 months. Squatters should keep their camps clean and the people may fence them in if they break into homes in their area .If they can't make an honest living, they have to go back where they came from.

I don't think we should fence ourselves in any longer. Street beggars should be rounded up and placed into workers camps where they should learn to do something with their hands and regain respect from the rest of the people out here. Thieves, murderers and rapists should serve their jail time far from us. They should stay there until they know how to live properly.

The death penalty should be back for the child killers and murderers. Close the borders of our country immediately and apply the police effectively so that we may live. Drug dealers and  should go back to their countries One leader of every culture should be in parliament to represent his people.

Some taxes should be made available for the youth to learn a trade or study. If they fail first term, they should be out of the line to make space for one that wants to learn. No more nonsense from anyone. Communities should uplift themselves in their areas and finger the law breakers. Work hard and live in peace like God wanted us to.
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