Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Zuma "Baffled" By Destruction

President Jacob Zuma praised the National Youth Development Agency for its work in improving the lives of young people, but remained baffled by people who torched public buildings to complain about services.

"It is still baffling as to why someone would torch down a clinic because they do not have a school or destroy a library because the water taps have run dry," said Zuma in a speech prepared for delivery on Youth Day in Thulamahashe, Mpumalanga on Wednesday.

He said it was much easier to destroy than to build, and that every facility was an investment for future generations.

Zuma doesn't get it. Once you create a monster, it's not so easy to cage it again.

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3 Opinion(s):

Jim Beam said...

"He said it was much easier to destroy than to build"

Coming from the ANC I can only laugh!

Max said...

Zuma, you rule by the sword you die by the sword. This same crap that is happening now, is what the likes of you taught your people. The snake has now turned and bitten you on the arse, next will be your jugular.

Max said...

Zuma, you rule by the sword you die by the sword. This same crap that is happening now, is what the likes of you taught your people. The snake has now turned and bitten you on the arse, next will be your jugular.