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Who is really to blame for ANC and EFF mayhem?

05 December 2018, 15:53

It's one thing for a political party to propagate good polices, but another thing altogether to implement them and ensure they succeed. One is judged by one’s actions not by one’s speech. The track record of failure or success speaks for itself and based purely on their dismal and unenviable track record which the whole world can see, the ANC and its thuggish lout creation, the racist EFF, are the worst political parties to have ever appeared in South Africa.

These parties have become havens for dubious, unemployable characters whose main aim in life is to not to serve the people of this marvellous land, but to rise through the party ranks as quickly as possible in order to attain great heights of wealth, prestige and power. 

So why have we been cursed with parties that make the devil look saintly? 

Look no further than our mediocre and dysfunctional education system where it suits the ruling party to keep the masses illiterate so that they remain malleable and pliable to propaganda (lies) and in their deluded state think that casting a vote for the corrupt ANC (Rama or Zuma faction – both the same) or its feeble offspring and dubious brain child the uncouth and infantile EFF, was the right thing to do. 

Lies, like a vote for the non racial opposition will bring back apartheid. That is why the majority of voters are at ease with supporting parties that have brought SA to rack and ruin. They have fallen for lies. Lies, like the majority want land when in fact the majority want jobs, not land. They want a living wage and a decent life style. 

The youth of South Africa are angry, just like they were in 1976 at the apartheid government. They are now angry at the mis-ruling party because mandated service delivery has failed and endemic corruption has set in whereby billions and even trillions of Rands of poor people’s monies have been lost to plundering, state capture, incompetence and gross arrogance, greed and stupidity. 

Yet most of these same angry youngsters and their families will continue to vote for the ANC or its hideous offspring the EFF; this of course being the definition of insanity. 

Confused governments like the ANC and aspiring communists ones like the EFF are notorious for their outdated and failed idealism that leads to nowhere but ruin. Most of the world’s economic basket cases have been communistic and most of them have dumped it in time and are now prospering. If communism is a total failure why would it work here? 

It won’t, and with the ANC/EFF “time machine” stuck in reverse gear just like the ones in Zimbabwe, Venezuela, Cuba, etc. it will take us back to the Middle Ages unless we dump them. Communist Russia killed off hundreds of millions before seeing the light. Cuba hasn’t fed itself in 40 years. China starved half its population before it embraced state capitalism. North Korea is a dungeon of torture and starvation while South Korea is the world’s 11th largest economy. Basket-case Venezuela can’t feed or employ its people and millions are leaving for the USA. Zimbabwe has no currency and is the skunk of the world. 

So the first thing our people should do instead of rioting and burning down university buildings, town council buildings, blocking roads, closing stores etc. is to vote for a non-racial, progressive, competent and accountable free market government. 

Then there are our Churches. 

The majority of South Africans profess Christianity which is synonymous with good civilised morals. Yet our Churches support the ANC. When last did you hear a minister of the cloth kick out an ANC thieving cretin? Nope thieving politicians are welcomed with open arms and smiling faces to our pulpits across the land. 

What kind of Christian supports the ANC? 

And please spare me that sanctimonious speak about we all being sinners and need prayers for salvation. We don’t need prayers we need action. Kick out the cretins in your Church, encourage your congregation to do the right thing at the elections and then let’s talk.

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