The munista has time to read websites? Maybe this blog (only kidding but you never know). That explains a lot. Hey buddy, how about getting stuck into actual work?
This tool is part of the organising committee that fucked up a display recently and looks like he is looking for scapegoats already to blame the monumental fuckup that will be the WC 2010. Forewarning us, is he?
Let me see. No whites are allowed to bid for any of the work on the contracts related to the WC. Everything must be based on BEE and affirmative action in order to get in on the action.
Obviously, this is causing problems and delays because by the time the backhanders are dished out to the ANC bigwigs and semi-capable blek candidates are found, a lot of time has passed besides the problems posed by employing people incapable of performing the work.
Let's face it, if these tossers can't organise a display for goodness sakes, what are the chances they can put on the biggest show on earth? This is a time when the country should be united but the ANC wants this to be a blacks-only show.
In order for this to be a truly South African event, you can't exclude a whole race of people - so in that respect the munista can go f*** himself if he thinks whites give a shit over something they have been deliberately excluded from. Not our problem arsehole, not our problem.
Some white South Africans would like to see the 2010 Soccer World Cup flop, says Essop Pahad, Minister in the Presidency. - - - - -
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Pahad is a member of the country's 2010 Local Organising Committee.
"Although they may be in the minority, there are still many white people in South Africa who do not support Bafana Bafana.
"They also do not really care that the Soccer World Cup will take place in South Africa.
"All you have to do is to read their sentiments about it on websites," Pahad said.
He conceded that the majority of whites support the democratic processes in South Africa.
Pahad said the tournament should be used for nation building.
"My task is to ensure that the South African public buys into the idea that the World Cup belongs to all South Africans," he said.