Limpopo ANC backs nationalisation

2011-12-21 10:00

Polokwane - The ANC in Limpopo on Tuesday reiterated its call for nationalisation of mines and the taking of land without compensation.

Members were convinced that ending private ownership of economic resources would help realise "economic emancipation", the party's provincial elective conference declared on its last day.

"We reiterate our call for nationalisation of mines and other key strategic sectors like Sasol and ArcelorMittal," newly-elected provincial secretary Soviet Lekganyane said at the University of Limpopo's Turfloop Campus outside Polokwane.

Reading from the declaration which was later adopted by the conference, he said: "All productive land must be nationalised. Compensation must not be paid on the land itself, but on improvements. The price must be determined by the state through the state evaluator."

Economic emancipation

These were necessary steps towards "democratising" the economy, he said.

Delegates decided that "democratic" access to economic resources controlled by the state was one of the ingredients of "economic emancipation".

ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema had been spearheading the nationalisation debate, amidst criticism from the opposition and farming bodies who feared it would, among other things, deter foreign investment.

The government has maintained that nationalisation was not government policy.

Conference delegates committed themselves to the fight against corruption. Lekganyane said the party would be relentless in fighting opportunism within and outside the ANC-led alliance. This was "based on character assassination of fellow comrades and provincial leaders".

"We call on those with information on alleged corruption to refer to relevant institutions."


The Congress of SA Trade Unions held a march against corruption two days before the ANC's conference started. This was seen as an effort at influencing the election outcome, an accusation which Cosatu denied.

The union federation had reportedly wanted Arts and Culture Deputy Minister Joe Phaahla elected provincial ANC chairperson. Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale was however voted into the post.

The conference said the national government's taking over the running of five Limpopo government departments should be used to improve "technical capacity", to restore delivery to the poor in Limpopo.

Delegates wanted the ANC's national policy conference to discuss the policy framework to guide the application of this intervention.

Discussion at the conference also centred around the autonomy of the ANC Youth League. Delegates said the league should be able to debate policy questions and leadership matters without fear or favour.

They also wanted a "political solution" to the suspensions of six ANCYL officials, including Malema, for ill discipline and bringing the party into disrepute. Such a solution would ease tensions between the ruling party and the league, they said.

ANC members in the province resolved to intensify "political education" to deal with ill discipline.

  • Sharmay - 2011-12-21 10:13

    Er, is this a surprise for anyone?

      Gerhard - 2011-12-21 11:18

      Zuma is that guy that produces illegitimate children (out of wedlock). And now he wants to teach us about christianity?

      methedex - 2011-12-21 11:27

      ANC = Retards

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-21 11:49

      @Squeegee and Gerhard - this is not about Christianity, go waffle about religion on the articles pertaining to them... The only reason the ANC Limpopo branch is calling for nationalisation is because they actually have no frigging clue what it is all about. They have NO plan on how to nationalise or how to "redistribute", there is no clear policy other than "want, want, want"..

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-21 11:50

      @Gerhard, I didn't realise one HAD to be married to have children. What, does a magic cork pop out of your willy when you say "I do"?

      Bardy - 2011-12-21 12:11

      @ PointBlank - You never read the bible did you? It's against Christian believe to have children out of wedlock! This is why Gerhard is asking why Zuma want to teach us about Christianity when he himself does not live to it.

      Juan - 2011-12-21 13:17

      Well yes I thought nationalisation is not anc policy, well apparently it is now. @Gerhard no they use Christianity to brainwash their voters into voting for them. They have no respect for Christianity just like they have no respect for anything, period. These people make me sick. I am not a devought Christian follower but their lack of respect and abuse of the public I have nothing but contempt for

      superkruger - 2011-12-21 15:29

      No surprise really. Communists have never been the logical thinking type...

  • rynhardt.ferreira - 2011-12-21 10:13

    You fools can't even run a province, but you are talking about nationalisation... What a bunch of clowns!!!

      Hans - 2011-12-21 10:45

      Malema couldn't control his runny nose, he had to go to hospital for it. What makes him an expert on running the country?

      Rob - 2011-12-21 13:13

      The cynic in me advises you to reread the announcement. Only productive land is to be nationalised. The way things are going there won't be too much of that around.

  • Elle-Black - 2011-12-21 10:13

    Oh here we go again, does it never stop?

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-21 11:50

      No, not until the land is barren, the minerals plundered and all the whites chased away..

  • Piet - 2011-12-21 10:14

    This country is going to be the next Zim. At least then we will not be hounded any more by overweight JMPD officials.

  • Sharmay - 2011-12-21 10:15

    What about the land that the government already has? I think I would want to see how they use that before they start stealing it from elsewhere..

      Tc - 2011-12-21 11:01

      Sharmay, if you use somethning that you alrweady have it is NOT plundering and looting! The ANC is driven only by PLUNDERING and LOOTING! Do not fool yourself.

      Sharmay - 2011-12-21 12:45

      hahahahaha very true

      Dee - 2012-01-02 00:08

      That way they can prove how useless they are before they steal more from us. We should all stand together and get some justice somehow. Everytime I hit a pothole on the road or a taxi swerves in front of me I wish them dead and me out of the country.

  • Gary - 2011-12-21 10:18

    I love it how the ANC in each province seems to have their own agenda. There is ZERO consistancy in this circus that they call the ANC.

      Jonathon - 2011-12-21 10:27

      Anything ANC related that comes out of Limpopo is a fat screw up. I'm still yet to hear one intellegent comment from that stupid province.

      Hans - 2011-12-21 10:47

      It's an insult to circus acts to call them a circus. They are beyond funny and stupid. At least a circus is something we all enjoy seeing.

      Juan - 2011-12-21 13:32

      It's all about one trying to outmanouvre the next for more power, prestige and gravy while the country and it's people are left to rot. That's why their finances is in such a mess, essencial services are not delivered and infrastructure is crumbling

  • Deon - 2011-12-21 10:19

    Trying to legalise theft, see how well it worked in Zimbabwe.

      Dee - 2012-01-02 00:13

      Prozzies are legal now. Limpopo imported them for the world cup. The disease and stench is still hanging around. I am from Zambia and have watched Zambia, then Zimbabwe (ex farmer), now South Africa go to zilch. Very sad. Let them have it. We'll come back when they have stuffed it all up.

  • ludlowdj - 2011-12-21 10:21

    Their lack of intelligence and understanding never fails to astound or amuse

  • Paul - 2011-12-21 10:22

    This worked in Rusia, China and Cuba. It can work here.....NOT!!

      rynhardt.ferreira - 2011-12-21 10:24

      Hehheheheheh, yeah.. Those are all "SUPER" countries to live in. The people love it so much there they are all coming to our country to come and tell us just how great it is over there!!! LOL

      Chris - 2011-12-21 11:29

      How long did it work in those two countries and where is Rusia now? Don`t they know you got to have brains to run a country, now they are running it into the ground. We are on our way to be only just another African counry!!!

  • Saksak Motsepe - 2011-12-21 10:24

    These ANC people don't realise the financial cost of nationalisation. They must just keep quiet and stop embarrassing me

      Harald - 2011-12-21 10:54

      Thank you mate... but they embarras all of us by association.

      Kevin - 2011-12-21 12:01

      They are the laughing stock of the world at every dinner party. Now we have a president who mocks Christianity. Does he nor realize that there are thousands of orphans because the parents have vrekked from aids.He needs to know that there is only one religion and that is Cristianity.No shower head should comment about things so morally superior to him

      Peter - 2011-12-21 12:23

      @Saksak Motsepe...probably u are right but it could be a force of good as well depending on local demand for the resources. 1 }..In the case of South africa i would not favor land distribution because there is no local demand and the land is not as easy to use like across the border.But for mines yes i favor nationalisation because the West does it as mines should be owned by local communities black or white it does not matter.They have a choice to twin with foreign investors if they wish.. 2}Lets not believe that nationalizing resources will lead to a falling economy.It can be the opposite.Zimbabwe did not fall because of land grab...No. It was through sabotage..not paying taxes and we engineered this to try to force Mugabe out. Had we not done that , Zimbabwe would not have fallen..not that easily.

      Hunter - 2011-12-21 13:10

      @ Peter the people of Zimbabwe do not pay taxes becuase they are not commercially producing agricultural produce to gain an income. No income = no tax.

      Peter - 2011-12-21 14:05

      @Hunter...{@ Peter the people of Zimbabwe do not pay taxes becuase they are not commercially producing agricultural produce to gain an income. No income = no tax...} I dont agree with you there...your point is right but i don't think you know Zimbabwe well. Let me educate u a bit: In the first 20yrs the economy was a mixture of agriculture , secondary as well as tertiary sector economy. The agricultural economy was dominated by 4000 white famers and the cash crop was tobacco circa 90% of their income. In the sector they employed about 180000 workers and these are mainly malawian and Mozambicans. I do not kno many Zimbabweans employed in farms except farm managers or specialised service providers like vet surgeons. To further correct your point , most Zimbabweans had Jobs in the secondary and tertiary sector like banks , insurance , manufacturing etc. This is were the bulk of the taxation was coming from...altho i admit , tobacco earned us pretty good foreign currency. Maybe you a judging us by the Zimbabweans working menial Jobs in South Africa to earn a living. I admit , rural Zimbabweans were affected most and they spilled across the border. If you want a better view of Zim talent just look away from Africa. Zimbabweans are the first Africans to open and manage a FTSE listed private African bank managing over £40Bn Funds, i know smart companies in nanotechnology , telecoms , software services operated by Zimbabweans overseas.This is what we have done in barely a decade.

  • mikosden - 2011-12-21 10:25

    What really amazes me is that the people of South Africa actually pay these "people" a small fortune every month to say such crap...

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-21 11:51

      Not by choice...

  • Walter - 2011-12-21 10:28

    They spill out the word "democracy" without knowing the real meaning. They are best described as "ineptocratics", which also applies to their neighbour north of the border. Introduce nationalisation and land invasion at your peril, you brainless idiots! For God's sake, lets have a new party in power at the next elections.

      richard.damaseb - 2011-12-21 10:47

      r u a voter

      Walter - 2011-12-21 10:52

      Yep, and I will use my vote wisely. Viva the DA.

      Dee - 2012-01-02 00:19

      My hon, my experience. The whites cannot stand together. That's why the ANC so strong.

  • Elle-Black - 2011-12-21 10:30

    I've always known that people in Limpopo are nitwits just never realized the depth of it

  • lebo.lathane - 2011-12-21 10:33

    Sometimes majority means that all the dunderheads are on the same side.

      Harald - 2011-12-21 10:55

      hahaha, thats very funny, thanx for making my day!!

  • jacques.koorts - 2011-12-21 10:34

    I'm not negative or anything, just thinking - If this becomes a reality, then corruption will take a new extreme, maybe so severe that civil war would be the end result.

      Dee - 2012-01-02 00:25

      I just hope I am out of here by then. Fighting the Zim war on a farm with a 2 year old kid, being 8 months pregnant and having a PATU husband in the bush 2 weeks out of 5, my friend's babe would have been same age as my daughter... bayonetted to death. We were attacked twice a month. Give it to them let them hang themselves. I'd love it.

  • Bob - 2011-12-21 10:36

    Well their aspirations just keep proving one point time and time again, they have absolutely no ability themselves to build anything….So they just conjure up ways to take it for nothing. A really sad helpless bunch of fools…!

  • Moloto Mabonchi - 2011-12-21 10:43

    Nationalisation is a good idea, but making it work is what difficult but simple. You simply need dedicated workers, which we do not have in the public sector. You also need good administration which at present is not according to talent but comradeship. You also need corrupt free state, but what with tenderpreneurship being the order of the day and provincial governments being a law unto themselves when it comes to administration of finances? I just hope to get a piece of lant if this succeeds, so that I can atleas manage to feed my family when our economy crumbles.

      Carlo Hayes - 2011-12-21 11:11

      Moloto for president!!!

      Peter - 2011-12-21 11:53

      @Moloto thats impressive. I like the way u think . The wave is unavoidable and the problem is most people are not wise.Instead of trying to stop it just shape it into something which can benefit everyone and avoid derailing the economy. My fear is RSA could be heading for the worse times than Zimbabwe not because of the wave arising but its the resistance which is costly.

  • Dave - 2011-12-21 10:44

    Here we go again. Communism has failed and we are now only left with North Korea still practising this form of governance. Europe's flirtation with socialism, communism's little brother, is coming to an end. Intelligent leadership would be looking to a viable alternative to these two failed ideologies. Then again, intelligent leadership requires intelligent leaders.

  • Mluu Bhele Magubane - 2011-12-21 10:47

    most of these people calling for nationalisation have not done the calculations, malema and company want to do this bcos they will benefit no the poor people. They have passed corruption course with A+ and they meet the minimun requirement for anc leadership position. Limpopo wake up or just luk at your nextdoors Zimbabwe ull c....

      Elle-Black - 2011-12-21 10:54

      Malema reminds me of that dictator pig in the book animal farm, ithink his name was napolean,if Malema and Co. get what they want then he will tyell his followers that poverty is just part of life,we cant all be rich and all people are equal but some people are more equal than others, I can see this coming

  • David - 2011-12-21 10:58

    The ANC in Limpoopoo has already nationalised all tenders, awarding them to Juju and his pals.

      Dee - 2012-01-02 00:30

      I have a business. I have seen tenders going to them. It's not the price or quality they look at............ need I say more?

  • Garth - 2011-12-21 11:00

    Repeat: `There is a human constant that extends beyond all borders, races and levels of intelligence: the propensity to repeat history, through ignorance.' Black SA please, please, please stop swallowing the outpourings of these idiots. Get off your knees and rise up! Educate yourselves out of the deep pit of ignorance where this anc would imprison you. Nationalisation has only worked in very developed societies, under strict practise, with honest distribution and decisions made by minds sound in business. Nationalisation is not a space at the trough for every snout. The head pigs are too greedy for this. Do any of you that vote for this ineptocracy think that you are going to see one cent of the `riches' of nationalisation? You delude yourselves and this is what the criminal anc is relying upon: your stupidity.

  • Dani - 2011-12-21 11:07

    VIVA! Nationalisation with out comprehension. When will these guys start realising that every time they have these brain farts that there is a direct corellation with investors pulling out, imigration and weakening Rand????

  • Ryan - 2011-12-21 11:07

    That's rich coming from a local government that is insolvent and has been placed in administration.

  • Squeegee - 2011-12-21 11:10

    Why have comments been closed on the article dealing with Zuma's attack on Christianity. Are we supposed to keep quiet when this moron attacks our faith? Retract the article News24 and admit he never said it or allow us to comment.

  • Jayen - 2011-12-21 11:10

    I dare anyone to take anything away from me...This is Malema's influence at work.... somebody please set an example and do something from a few hundred meters away, with a copper shell, filled with an explosive substance, sending of a high velocity projectile to pre determined object of flesh. catch my drift!!!

      Graziella - 2011-12-21 14:52

      What you are asking for is anarchy, what do you think will happen if you plan were to be succesful.

  • Comrade - 2011-12-21 11:11

    WHO? ...Limpopo ??? who are you....NO-BODY...fsek!

  • Carlo Hayes - 2011-12-21 11:14

    Please keep on acting stupid, in that way the anc will loose its power very soon.

  • Tshivhombela Fhatuwani - 2011-12-21 11:27

    Zim stupidity is encroaching to Limpopo.

      Peter - 2011-12-21 11:45

      @Tshivhombela u have a problem with the way you think.You hate Zimbabweans period and there must be a reason for that.South African problems are local and should have local solutions which u are trying to avoid.At least Zimbabwe is nearly out of its problems and you are just beginning...lets wait and hear your inane comments 10yrs down the line.

      Tshivhombela Fhatuwani - 2011-12-21 13:06

      I like Zimbabweans but I hate the economic transformation in Zim that pushed many Zimbabweans including the graduates who are now herding cattles in Limpopo. It is not in me to enjoy someone's hard times as I know the route our leaders have taking would lead me to the same fate. It is not everyone who suffers in Zimas it is everyone who suffers in SA, those who are politically connected benefit in both countries. The economic transformations that are likely to take place in SA are modelled from some other African states and I used Zimbabwe for proximity reasons. For your info, the comments that makes you think I hate Zimbabweans are facts based. Where I stay your countrymen hacked someone to death on his way from work around 03h00 in the morning after he found them stealing landline cables. I respect your views as much as you should respect mine.

      Tshivhombela Fhatuwani - 2011-12-21 13:07

      I like Zimbabweans but I hate the economic transformation in Zim that pushed many Zimbabweans including the graduates who are now herding cattles in Limpopo. It is not in me to enjoy someone's hard times as I know the route our leaders have taking would lead me to the same fate. It is not everyone who suffers in Zimas it is everyone who suffers in SA, those who are politically connected benefit in both countries. The economic transformations that are likely to take place in SA are modelled from some other African states and I used Zimbabwe for proximity reasons. For your info, the comments that makes you think I hate Zimbabweans are facts based. Where I stay your countrymen hacked someone to death on his way from work around 03h00 in the morning after he found them stealing landline cables. I respect your views as much as you should respect mine.

      Peter - 2011-12-21 15:28

      @Tshivhombela Fhatuwani -'Where I stay your countrymen hacked someone to death on his way from work around 03h00 in the morning after he found them stealing landline cables'...and how did u know they were Zimbabweans ?...or its the blame foreigners for all the crime tactic....'Zimbabweans including the graduates who are now herding cattles in Limpopo' nice point scored there...same thing.. how did u know they are graduates...and from which university is that?? Probably University of Limpopo and no wonder. Its just the same thing we are increasingly seeing a lot of South Africans coming overseas and staying illegally and don't want to go back and they ask us for help because we are well settled..?. Do we call the immigration to deport them???...No...because we understand your situation and we don't make noise about it.And if you are already jumping off the boat now imagine when u start many millions??...God knows!!.

  • Riaan - 2011-12-21 11:32

    Hahaha....the joke continue with a name like "Soviet" what do one expect! The truth is that the ANC is/will implode soon. There is just to many chiefs wanting the top spot with very few Indians to do the actual work…i don’t even know if I made sense! Hahaha, and I want to see a farm taken away from a Ventersdorp boer without compensation, that would be the first bullet in a civil war!

  • Hansiedubruyn - 2011-12-21 11:42

    "All productive land must be nationalized” It is interesting, only the productive land will be nationalized, not the thousands of unproductive black owned farms because only one percent of black owned farms are productive with the supervision of white managers. It just demonstrate that they do not want to build their own productive farms they just want to enter and start farming as if they have developed it. This tactic will only run the country into starvation quicker and fast track SA to another beggar’s states in Africa. I have witness a few farms bought by the government for black upcoming farmers and black land claimers, there are nothing left of that productive farm lands, not even the luxurious farm houses and workers accommodation was spared by the now owners. It is no longer a productive farm and that will happen to everything left into the hands of uneducated hooligans.

  • Nyiks11 - 2011-12-21 11:47

    Calls for nationalisation were answered by having 5 Limpopo provincial departments nationalised . what is next on the list ?

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-21 11:53

      Ja, and look how they (ANC Limpopo) squealed like pigs when that happened..

  • richard.hipkin - 2011-12-21 11:48

    @Squeegee and Gerhard - this is not about Christianity, go waffle about religion on the articles pertaining to them... The only reason the ANC Limpopo branch is calling for nationalisation is because they actually have no frigging clue what it is all about. They have NO plan on how to nationalise or how to "redistribute", there is no clear policy other than "want, want, want"..

  • Kevin - 2011-12-21 11:55

    bunch of useless thieving thugs. try actually behaving and conducting yourselves like normal human beans . Try earning something. Anyway we will give the mines back once we have emptied them.We should ask the rest of the world to stop all aid and 50% of them would vrek in a year or two . You can only nationalize if you stay alive and most of them only stay alive because the kind heroes from overseas give aid money . If that stops more than nationalization will stop. Behave yourselves.

  • Trevor - 2011-12-21 12:24

    Here we go again..Julius just hiding behind, like a little boy, the Limpopo Local government. He is so useless that he now has to manipulate others to get his out dated agenda pushed through. Julius you ignorant ass, go listen to what Nelson Mandela said in the early 90's about the Freedom Charter and the future for so hung up on your personal agenda's that at any cost,to get what YOU want, not to the benefit of the poor as you "claim"..that you'll run SA into the ground...boet, emmigrate to Zim as the Bob is going to die soon and you can live out your "dream"....ass

      Graziella - 2011-12-21 14:49

      Mandela is a sellout!

  • mdebruyn1 - 2011-12-21 12:29

    Its so sad, everyone can laugh and joke about how stupid and incompetent these ideas and ruling people are, the fact is, they rule the country, the fist stepping stone to dictatorship and comunism are being laid with the secrecy bill, they aint so stupid, and at the end everyone, black, white, coloured and indian will suffer, like people suffer in a lot of our fellow african countries. This ain't funny its sad because there is a agenda and reality to all this crap. Please open your eyes. As South Africans we have a small window open to us to try and save our beautiful country, a country I truly love, I love my fellow South Africans, no matter they're colour and religion. And all of these things our goverment has planned will be extremely bad for everyone here.

  • Max - 2011-12-21 12:43

    I assume they are going to repeat this untill they start believing thenselves!

      Piet - 2011-12-21 12:45

      The more you repeat a lie the more truthful it becomes.

  • New - 2011-12-21 12:55

    Do these guys have no sense? Why do they have to try everything that has proved to be a total failure elsewhere in the world! OBE proved to be a failure but they had to try it! VAT has been thrown out elsewhere as it costs to much to run but we use it! Nationalisation wrecks economies ie Zim. but now they want to go for it! Truly these people do not learn from history

  • Tshivhombela Fhatuwani - 2011-12-21 13:21

    This Malema that is singing nationalism today applied for mining licence and it was not granted. Mathale already has a foot on mining industry, his wife is directly involved in the industry. All these fellows just want to expand their wealth bank throuth natinalisation. There is nothing called nationalisation in practice, the people are not going to benefit, the mines are going be sold to China and we will never see where the money is going. Let's simply call this Chinalisation!

  • Graziella - 2011-12-21 14:46

    This is understable because despite the mines in that province, those reponsible for running these mines have done little to uplift the mining communities there.

  • Michael Laski - 2011-12-21 16:47

    Lol, off course it's easier to takedown Etching then to create something. This mentality is the norm in SA, especially in Limpopo, the labs of intellectuals

  • Thabo - 2011-12-21 17:29

    Nationalisation and land expropriation are going to be realised in our country through thick and thin.We want to share or take from the defeated white minority.Political power without economic power is meaningless.Let us all support the economic change.

      glen.e.huysamer - 2011-12-21 17:49

      South Africa in 1994 had 300 000 farmers of which only 30 000 commercial farmer now remain. There are huge tracks of land available for 'new' farmers to come in and take over the farming, but nobody does. Many land claims have now being handed over and ninety percent of the fully functional farms have completely stagnated and are now producing nothing. Have you not seen the increase in food prices over the last two years. As you continue to rub your hands in anticipation of corrupt politicians making you promises they can't keep. Let me tell you now, so that you can know, by the end of next year there is going to be a major crises in South Africa with regards food supply. Prices of food necessities by March next year will be up over 40%. You will be slave, all of South Africa will be slaves because the ANC could not do the job of governance correctly. We will be slaves to other nations for their food. Freedom comes through work and production, not through political grand standing and false promises.

  • glen.e.huysamer - 2011-12-21 17:29

    This Limpopo province is sounding like a colony of Zimbabwe. It is time for the ANC to nip this talk in the bud. Best we make Zimbabwe slave to South Africa and not the other way round. This call for Nationalism sounds like old man Mugabe's utterances drifting across the borders. Wake up ANC!

  • Cheryl - 2011-12-21 19:14

    R260 BILLION!!!!! THIS IS WHY NATIONALISATION CANNOT BE ALLOWED- THEY WILL STEAL: R260bn missing in Angola’ 2011-12-21 14:54 Human Rights Watch says Angola’s government must account for $32 billion (about R260 billion) missing from State coffers. The New York-based organisation says that money should be benefiting the people of the oil-rich southern African state, who mostly live in poverty. The rights group said today the missing money was identified by the International Monetary Fund in a December report and is believed to be linked to the state oil company Sonangol. It includes $7.1 billion transferred into escrow accounts overseas and $24.9 billion that appear as “an unexplained discrepancy in government accounts”. The IMF said the money disappeared between 2007 and last year. The rights group previously identified more than $4 billion in oil revenue that went missing from Angolan government accounts between 1997 and 2002. - Sapa - AP

      glen.e.huysamer - 2011-12-21 19:23

      The IMF can and should find this cash, put a block on all these accounts and return the money to the people of Angola with immediate affect. All companies and banks that are involved in aiding this pillage should also be held accountable. Maybe it is just easy business for them as well, it all falls in the same category as cash from blood diamonds.

  • Nikki Bodenstein - 2011-12-21 21:21

    Of course they back it! Just another way to corrupt our country.

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