Wednesday, October 14, 2009

South Africa slip sliding into anarchy

For years the ANC has promised everything for free and for years the people stupidly believe that houses and free services will materialise. With the rioting, probably the idea is to jump the queue. He who riots hardest gets served first, something like that. What I cannot understand is why people with already meagre resources would choose to burn their own backyards. That's IQ67 for you.

The ANC's lies have caught up with it. Getting the sheeple's votes was easy but not free. The culture of entitlement is instilled in these people. Democracy wasn't explained to them. They understand democracy to mean that the government's role is to create jobs, build houses and maintain services, all for free. They believe that. They genuinely expect that State entitlements is a right and all they must do is demand it.

And don't talk about a recession to these people, their lives is a permanent recession. What they SEE is
guvmunt munistas buying multi-million rand cars living in fancy hotels and luxury homes so there must be money. The lies of a 'better life for all' is one thing, it was inevitable the promises could never be met but to exacerbate a false perception of what governments do by living like royalty only serves to make a bigger cross for the ANC's back. Not that the ANC elite care mind you, what matters to them now is to divert blame for their failures and pin these people's misfortune elsewhere. Who would make the perfect scapegoat? Which portion of the population won't 'share'? Enter Julius Malema and the malignment of whites. It's a plan.

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Protestors burn tyres, chanted "only Zuma can stop us now"

Standerton (Reuters) -
South African police fired tear gas and rubber bullets on Tuesday at protesters demanding better sanitation, electricity and housing in impoverished townships.

Tyres burned and rubbish littered the streets of Standerton, in the north-eastern region of Mpumalanga, and shops were closed after thousands of people marched on the township's municipal offices.

Police fired shots after the protesters tried to overturn a car, chanting "only (President Jacob) Zuma can stop us now". A police helicopter circled the township as marchers started to disperse but the situation remained tense.

Widespread frustration over poor infrastructure has prompted sporadic protests since elections in April.

Dissatisfied people in townships and informal settlements are trying to increase pressure on Zuma to meet election pledges to help millions who are still living in poverty 15 years after the end of apartheid.

Zuma's spokesman Vincent Magwenya said he had no plans to meet the protesters and that people with grievances should call a phone line set up to contact the president.

"There are avenues available to communities to engage government on challenges they face in service delivery and we encourage communities to use the presidential hotline," he said.

Zuma's hotline, launched last month, has been swamped with calls
and many people have been unable to get through.

2 Opinion(s):

Anonymous said...

The ANC told the sheeple that if they take power, then they would give houses and cars and jobs to all, for free.

The ANC told the sheeple that because the NP government wasn't giving them these things for free, that they are being oppressed.

The ANC came into power based on lies. Black oppression under apartheid is a myth. The only oppression blacks suffered was self inflicted. The type of oppression that only low IQ fools can manage.

Anonymous said...

FOOD.
FUEL.
FIREARMS.
AMMUNITION.

REPEAT...

Dig a safe room and reinforce it.

FOOD.
FUEL.
FIREARMS.
AMMUNITION.

REPEAT...

I have a six month rotating food supply. I did it by spending an extra R 500.00 per month (no Macdonalds, no steers, no movies, no fizzy drinks, no you magazines, can the dstv subscription - go watch in the pub) and buying only on specials. Every month I get a little more. In a year I will have a years worth of rotating food. If need be I have two credit cards I MAX to buy extra long term food. I keep buying small on them to rotate the credit (50 to 100 per month).

Come ON... WAKE UP WHITEY!!!