Monday, August 17, 2009


With the communists pulling the strings for Zuma, it's time to revisit socialism. After all, communism is a numbers game.

A single death is a tragedy, a million deaths is a statistic - Joseph Stalin

6 Opinion(s):

Anonymous said...

You are nothing but a racist piece of shit, I hope you die soon, but before you'll have to see your mama sucking big black cocks and loving it...I'll be personally glad to kill you...

FishEagle said...

Anon, you have nothing constructive to contribute!


Exactly because of black diamonds like anon at 10:10 South Africa had apartheid. Who would want to mix with such a cretin ?

Pensioner said...

Anon@10:10, Black and Red = The worst kind of racist and usually a simpleton who resorts to foul language and will kill for his idiotic cause and dumb leaders.

Anonymous said...

@ the velcrohead 10:10

Listen mister nig-nog, whitey wannabe. The computer you typed that on was invented by a white man, OK? You even speak the language of the people you hate. You couldn't even invent your own written language. White man started with loincloths, bits of wood and stone, and ended up with programmable microchips and spacecraft. If we handed you the components and plans for a spaceship, you wouldn't be able to assemble it in a million years. Why? Because you are an APE which, unfortunately for the rest of the world, developed the faculty of speech. In case you hadn't noticed, you are currently on the fast-track back to your stone age, neanderthal, troglodyte existence where your days will be spent trying to avoid getting your big black cock eaten by wild animals. Now be a good chap and beetle off to do some spear-sharpening practise, yo will be needing it.

PS - we're all racist, get used to it. You even bought the liberal white man's lie that there is something wrong with being racist. Bwahahaha.

Exzanian said...

Quote from the Guardian UK

But there are some seasoned watchers who believe Zuma is merely a figurehead and not really in charge at all. They say that the true centre of power has shifted to the ANC headquarters and its secretary-general, Gwede Mantashe. By summoning cabinet ministers to account for their implementation of ANC policy, he has been accused of blurring the line between party and state.

Mantashe is also national chairperson of the South African Communist party.

Is it possible that the power behind the throne of a G20 nation is a commie? It must be said that the ANC comrades tend to practise communism-lite. But when Mantashe gave a lecture recently at Johannesburg's Wits University, I asked him if he would describe himself as a Marxist.

"I would not describe myself as a Marxist," he replied. "I am a Marxist."

He added that he has no better conceptual tools with which to understand the world. It is conceivable then that, if Zuma continues to fiddle while the townships burn, South Africa's fate may yet depend on the prescription of Das Kapital.