Milestone reached: 250 000 (a quarter million) words posted on www.KnysnaKeep.org. Thank you to my readers for sharing this period with me! I had no idea that trying to get the truth from Knysna Tourism would lead me down this rabbit hole where maladministration and corruption is far too often the rule of the day. As said previously, i hope to give this up one day and focus on charity but the guns are out for me so best i fire back for a while. Truth matters! Where there are secrets, there’s more chance of corruption breeding.
‘Dear Helen Zille, My Disappointment’ was sincerely written with the hope of addressing corruption in my town of Knysna. I believe it to be representative of what’s happening in other towns too. It became the most shared post on Knysna Keep which is undoubtedly why the Knysna DA had it removed from Facebook (lying that a single photo was copyright and ignoring the thousands of words supporting my case). There was a small group of outraged protestors on Facebook but i took them with a pinch of salt because NONE addressed a single issue in the letter. They were willing … ‘Click here to read full article…’
As expected, Part 1 of Dear Helen Zille, You’re My Disappointment, enraged some who were loud on Facebook. It’s telling that not one commented on the letter itself. It shows bias. And playing me instead of the political issues is an easy way to pretend that i never said: “If you are DA, i ask you to strive towards making your party more honest so that you vote for what you believe in rather than against what you are scared of.” Small town factor also comes into play i.e. it’s sometimes whose friends or neighbours with who rather than a … ‘Click here to read full article…’
ATTENTION KNYSNA! This article will likely decide my little future but i’m hoping that it encourages a bigger future for all of us. No matter what political party you belong to, we all live in Knysna and want better lives that are safer and honest. Please give this your full attention! We have to stop Knysna falling apart. Politically, i’ve tried (and failed) alone. You and i cannot change the status quo overnight. South Africa is in a free fall. Knysna, for example, has one of the worst murder rates in the world (when compared to the murder ration in … ‘Click here to read full article…’