Knysna is like many other towns, controlled by a small group of corrupt people that the the Public complain a lot about but do nothing about – some apathetic, some lazy, some scared. More disturbing are the selfish who do anything to make friends with those that are evil. Some people don’t want to be anything but sheep. They’re like those that voluntary give their blood to sanguinarian vampires (a real thing). But there are those that do it for pure selfishness, unable to be successfully bad themselves so looking for crumbs. Facebook is very revealing. Despite all the evidence I’ve provided on certain individuals, it’s dismaying how many people remain their “friends”. They’re happy to associate with monsters who use child abuse as a propaganda tool. In doing so, they become monsters themselves. Those that support corruption belong in hell too.
Who controls the ANC NEC, the ANC being the ruling political party in South Africa and the NEC (National Executive Committee) their highest decision-making body? That discussion of control requires the NEC exposed. My previous opinion argued that Cyril Ramaphosa has the power to improve South Africa and that the controversies involving our embassy in Israel, ownership of the Reserve Bank and impending land grabs are part of the political song and dance he must perform well. His ability to dodge or bring together opposing factions will be affected by the composition of the ANC NEC (National Executive Committee). That … ‘Click here to read full article…’
Cyril Ramaphosa has the power. That needs to be realised louder than the uselessly negative opinions that have flooded us since his election as ANC president. The past week has been an interesting amalgamation of fear, hope, allegations, lies, tainted victories, hate and hysteria. Being predictable doomsayers will not help South Africans be effectively objective or supportive. A better future requires common sense now. THE COMING LAND GRABS As the ruling party, what the ANC decides as policy has the potential to become law in South Africa. Its recent decisions regarding land have generated controversy. All big decisions should. Shouting … ‘Click here to read full article…’
Are voters irrelevant to South African politics? Although my ‘Cyril Ramaphosa and the War for South Africa’ opinion piece on the ANC Conference (and its possible affects) was extremely lengthy, i’ve too many other thoughts buzzing inconveniently. I let some of them them fly here, rather haphazardly… WHITE COMFORTABLENESS & MEDIA FAILING It’s unsurprising how the white population, normally hysterically anti-ANC, has so quickly fitted the possibility of Cyril Ramaphosa becoming President of South Africa in 2019 into something only slightly less than the DA taking over. Unsurprising because the same biased newspapers that support the DA (whilst ignoring their … ‘Click here to read full article…’
Cyril Ramaphosa has become the President of the African National Congress (ANC), the ruling party of South Africa since 1994. Ramaphosa is closer to becoming President of an increasingly divided country when general elections are held in 2019. However, his ruling the nation isn’t guaranteed. It was a stormy road to the ANC’s 54th National Conference which was held this past weekend (December 16-20 2017). The build-up and the nature of politics carries insight into the uncertain future of South Africa. INCONVENIENT FRIENDS & CONVENIENT ENEMIES 2017 has arguably being the worst year for the ANC since its leaders were … ‘Click here to read full article…’
This is the Beginner’s Guide to Democratic Alliance Corruption that’s drowning Knysna and sending a tsunami towards politicians in Cape Town. An interested and concerned citizen took me for coffee to basically tell me that i’m all over the place, making it hard for him to see the bigger picture. I’ll admit, new readers, who haven’t travelled the past 6 years of my activism, may be confused by the more than 918,000 words on this website. In short, i exposed widespread corruption in the Democratic Alliance municipality of Knysna. I informed all local directors and politicians. I informed Premier Helen … ‘Click here to read full article…’
Watch the second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. This is different to the first as it’s a town hall debate wherein the public gets to ask questions whilst the moderators can ask follow-up questions. It begins with both candidates dodging the first question… … it should begin with viewers laughing and cringing…'Click here to read full article...'
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