Saturday, October 31, 2009

Pot. Meet. Kettle

Talk about unbelievable gall. This comes from the same individual that strung along his corruption case through the courts for eight years with taxpayer money into the millions whilst also pulling VIP protection to the tune of R1 million monthly. One leads by example and others pull the same flim-flam because they can. These people just cannot connect the hypocrisy dots between what they say and do. You can't make this shit up.

Cape Town - President Jacob Zuma said corruption cases should be handled faster to avoid a situation where people are suspended on full pay for long periods.

"I'm of the view that the manner in which we deal with corruption may take too long," Zuma told the National Council of Provinces.

"We need to change the manner in which we deal with the problem, because if we don't then people might take the law into their own hands because they might be knowing the people."

He said though all allegations of corruption must be tested, he was concerned that "people are suspended for a long time without the issue being handled because at times it is very difficult to handle".

Zuma said corruption had frequently been cited as a cause of service delivery protests.

As a democrat he firmly believed people had the right to protest "because they should be free to express themselves", but warned he would not tolerate violence - SAPA

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