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Our mess is Zuma's fault: When will the masses catch a wake-up?

07 September 2018, 16:46

As the current inquiry commission proceeds, it is starting to absolutely confirm what Thuli Madonsela had already told us....what the Guptaleaks have exposed...what whistleblowers have so  bravely revealed. 

Our current mess - increasing unemployment, worsening healthcare, rotten education and increased VAT - is not the fault of the current few good guys in the ANC.

The blame can now be directed directly and squarely at Zuma and his cohorts, the Guptas who arrived here with only the shirts on their backs and have since stolen an entire country.

The combination of a weak and greedy president, his corrupt sidekicks, and clever manipulators like the Guptas is now taking its disastrous toll.

Literally hundreds of billions of rands stolen from our economy - money that could have done so much to uplift the poor of our nation.

The truth now needs to be displayed on banners all over the country: ZUMA HAS ROBBED THE POOR.

Just how people can still be supporting him is beyond comprehension. Do they never see the news? At least they must probably be on social media? So how can the bare, naked truth be conveyed to the people who still support him? Who back him because he's 'a chief' or 'a Zulu'? 
Because until the truth of precisely what lies behind the rotten situation South Africa now finds itself in, is exposed, we will continue to give the crooks in our midst licence to continue plundering the poor of our nation.

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