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Welcome to our beloved mafia state

29 May 2017, 13:28
After the reports from the churches and universities and leaked emails the people of South-Africa knows whats going on.
The looting process from Zuma, Guptas and cronies is going like a charging bull, in overdrive.  And what can the people of South-Africa do accept from being super frustrated?
Looks like we got to sit it out.
Zuma is angry with the ANC NEC.
He does not like to be challenged.
They got to do their so called ANC party job,
that is walk in the line like ducks.
And then, he can do some more he he he.
Yeah, so pathetic.
Once there was a ANC, with people like Mandela, Biko, Tambo, Stofile, Kathrada and many more ho had the goal to achieve good for all people of South-Africa.
Once there was Mandela who worked towards
the most beautiful goal South-Africa ever had:
The Rainbow Nation.
Now there is Zuma, one goal, looting.
Of course, for his goal he used once again the right tactics.  Get angry.  Talk about foreign
forces against him.  So funny, old dodging tactics. Did anyone think he would come out and say oh I'm so sorry?  Nah, he and his cronies and Guptas will not give in.
They will carry on until, well, ho is gonna stop them?
This last meeting with ANC NEC, by far most supported him. Reason? Only one answer:
Too many of them are in on the take.
For people used to this extra big Bucks, they are addicted to that.
So, coming times will be massive dodging, scapegoating and stooges play.

Somebody said its good that Zuma stays in power, so that they can lose the 2019 elections.
Wrong. This mafia cancer is growing and spreading in a big way. By then they will have so much power that a election wont help a lot.

Yeah, the only people ho got reason to be angry is the normal parson on the street.
To see and know whats happening, while the corrupt ANC politics got the country in a dead-lock.
Like the proof from the reports we know South-Africa is already a Mafia state.
A new challenge is born.  First there was the apartheid challenge. Now we got the dodging mafia challenge.
This could carry on for some time, cause ANC
is sold out.
Let's hope the people wont give in.
We got to put in enormous effort to bring upon the change. We got to do that today, don't wait for tomorrow.

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