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How the ANC became an ostrich

30 October 2017, 13:41
So today an article says not a word from the ANC on
their gangster president.
For many years now the ANC was and still is protecting Zuma.  Mountains of evidence:
state capture report, Gupta emails, reports from
churches and universities etc. etc.
Still ANC put head in sand like ostrich.
Me see nothing, hear nothing, speak nothing.
Not so long ago they were hammering slogans
like white monopol whatever.  Meantime that does not work, all these Bell Potginger tactics.
A child can by now see and know the corruptive ways of Zuma-Gupta inner circle.
A big chunk of ANC are in on it.
No two ways about it.
The small part inside the ANC that still want to do the right thing, dicide to put their head in the sand.  Too frightened of Zuma-Gupta inner
circle.  No more Mandela strong men amongst
them.  Whatever new relevations comes out,
they will keep on hiding, dodging.
So ho is gona pay the price?  South-African people.
Zuma keeeps creating chaos and havoc.
He will do whatever it takes to run away from
justice.  He will with no doubt influence the comming ANC conference.  He wants a outcome that suits him.
He never ever wants a outcome that will be
good and right for the people of South-Africa.

Right now ANC stand on the bridge of making maybe the last chance dicission to clean up their act.
If they keep on hiding, the Zuma-Gang will laugh again and the rot will keep on growing.  Then we will come to the point that is impossible to make the change.
That is the ultimate challenge the ANC are facing right now.
Will they for once stand up?
The writing is on the wall.
Looks like they will keep on doiiing the ostrich
So yess, its not only Zuma-Gupta inner circle,
also the good part of ANC are just as responsible.
They just let it hapen cause hey, they just dont want to see it.
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