Ja well, just as I thought - blast whitey some more for not "giving" these blithering fools what they want. They won't work for it - naahh - they're "entitled" - Eish! Just another word for we're too stoopid, lazy or incompetent to create our own, so whitey must hurry up and hand over. This is legalised theft... where else in the world, huh?
My earlier post about polls showing a greater hatred of whites by blacks merely underscores this post.
Black businesspeople and professionals told the ANC to tweak some of its "disempowering" policies, reconstitute the presidential international investment council, retain affirmative action, give government tenders to blacks and blasted faulty BEE deals.
They also reiterated that white women should no longer be regarded as previously disadvantaged, and that crime was contributing to the brain drain. Obviously, you bloody idiot!! And who is leaving in droves? The whites - the golden goose!!
Hundreds of black professionals converged in Sandton, Johannesburg on Wednesday night to present their problems and aspirations to the ANC.
Black Management Forum president Jimmy Manyi defended BEE and employment equity again, questioning the notion that whites were driven out of their jobs and out of the country. Uhuh! Hau! What is he smoking? Nothing - this is typical zot thinking!!
Manyi blasted black businesspeople who signed deals without thinking about the structure of the transaction and called for an ombudsman to make sure that these deals are "equitable and fair".
The Association for the development of Black Accountants of SA also decried the low number of black chief financial officers in the top listed companies. Oh jeez - the Accountants Board wants to close down the Wits Accounting faculty because their standards are so useless - now this turd makes this demand?
The Black Lawyers Association said blacks were still not considered for government legal contracts, with state departments preferring to brief white lawyers instead. Mmmhh - wonder why.. - maybe they got shit for brains?
Mthunzi Mdwaba of the Black IT Forum criticised the presidential international investment council, saying foreign investors were imposing solutions on South Africa. Aahh - I give up - this monumental stupidity never ceases to amaze and frighten me..
The council advises the president on investment opportunities and how to create conducive conditions for doing business in South Africa
"Reconstitute (the council) and include local people or review it," said Mdwaba.
Transport Minister and ANC policy head Jeff Radebe said some of the views expressed would be incorporated into the ANC's manifesto, but others needed policy review. Radebe said the ANC would ensure that there was policy consistency.
"We will keep those policies that helped us to stabilise the economy... but we need also to develop our economy further and faster.
Gauteng premier and provincial ANC chairperson Paul Mashatile told black professionals that they needed a strong ruling party to address some of their issues.
His comments and the meeting came amid of political tensions as the ANC undergoes weekly defections to the breakaway movement Congress of the People, which is targeting black professionals.
The meeting was to have been addressed by President Kgalema Motlanthe, who failed to attend because of a Cabinet meeting.