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Dlamini Zuma to transfer white minority wealth to black majority if elected

Spliffcat

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#21
Racist Dude you have the problem.
Open your eyes and see who is giving you one up the naught without vaseline.

Ever heard of The Presidents Keepers????
 

supersunbird

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#22
And here we have it, I know that not all white people have this racist view about black people, but how many of the NDZ crowd will use such utterances to give credence to their rhetoric?

It is because of people like you Pieter's Gieter that the ANC got this far and will continue to govern for some time to come.
He is indeed incorrect.

Wherever the black man governs, their unsustainable corruption is soon to follow. White governments are corrupt too, just generally more sustainably so :p
 

thechamp

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#23
He is indeed incorrect.

Wherever the black man governs, their unsustainable corruption is soon to follow. White governments are corrupt too, just generally more sustainably so :p
Of course, Zuma being Zuma does not understand that you cant do the exact thing that the NP was doing in a sustainable manner if you have so many mouths to feed.
 
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Temujin

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:rolleyes: So the plan is to take all from a couple of million people and divide it into 40million+... so everyone will have an extra R100 or so to buy an extra couple of loafs of bread, only bread will them cost R100k. GG
 

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#25
and then you will need a trillion rand to buy a loaf of bread, next step, blame the west.

its sad hearing foreign africans in south africa telling me they came here looking for opportunity, but see the same thing happen here that did in their country, only in slow motion. they only realized it happened, after it happened to them, but now they can see it happen here as clear as daylight. most are still optimistic though, believe we will not let it happen to us because we are aware of it, unlike many of them back then.
 

R13...

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#27
She's copying the EFF's manifesto. The ANCWL more or less admitted as much when criticising the EFF motion the other day.
 

nightjar

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This is a scary proposition from such a high ranking anc official. I thought this communist drivel was EFF territory but this is truly scary.

Well, it has worked for them, zim has a long lasting dictatorship. did we not tell the world in 92 that these people are not fit to run a country and look what is happening now, exactly what happened in Zim? Wherever the black man governs, their corruption is soon to follow.
The whole ANC mindset was shaped by Stalinist communism and, despite the collapse of communism, they are determined to charge onwards to ruin.

It's not considered corruption but rather a part of culture that goes back to long before colonialism. The journals of travelers into the interior in the 1800s describe the need to pay off whatever chief ruled in any area. Zuma's quotes have made it clear on several occasions that nothing has changed.


“We’re not forcing people… you can support and be a supporter, but if you go beyond that and become a member, (and) if you’re a businessman, your business will multiply… Everything you touch will multiply. I’ve always said that a wise businessperson will support the ANC… because supporting the ANC means you’re investing very well in your business.” (ANC 101st Anniversary Gala Dinner; Durban; 12 January 2013)

“I said, one day, Africans are different. During our time we did not have prisons because never did we say there was a problem could not be resolved. No problem could not be resolved. Every problem can be resolved. Prisons are done by people who cannot resolve problems. Let us not be influenced by other cultures ” (Excerpt from a speech to the National House of Traditional Leaders in Parliament on 1 November 2012)

“As Africans, long before the arrival of religion and (the) gospel, we had our own ways of doing things… ” (Comment at the launch of a road safety and anti-crime campaign in KwaZulu-Natal; 19 December 2011)

“Sorry, we have more rights here because we are a majority. You have fewer rights because you are a minority. Absolutely, that’s how democracy works. So, it is a question of accepting the rules within democracy and you must operate in them.” (President’s Question Time; National Assembly; 13 September 2012)

“Even some Africans, who become too clever, take a position, they become the most eloquent in criticizing themselves about their own traditions and everything.” (Excerpt from a speech to the National House of Traditional Leaders in Parliament, on 1 November 2012)
 

evilstebunny

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I love that her tweet days one single person can’t do this...so why is she even trying?
She wants the masses to think they can help, all they need to do to contribute is vote ANC and steal from whites. That seems to be the whole ANC economic emancipation plan..
 

WaxLyrical

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#34
She has to peddle this rhetoric to generate support from supporters (shack dwellers) looking for easy money, which they're never going to see.

Explains why people still support them despite all the overwhelming evidence pointing toward corruption. Corruption thats guaranteed to keep them in that shack.

*sigh
 

Flanders

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#35
And here we have it, I know that not all white people have this racist view about black people, but how many of the NDZ crowd will use such utterances to give credence to their rhetoric?

It is because of people like you Pieter's Gieter that the ANC got this far and will continue to govern for some time to come.
As the majority, you could of course do something to change this and elect the right people and prove everyone wrong but 1/4 century later and here we are...

Or are you saying that everything is just peachy?
 

thechamp

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As the majority, you could of course do something to change this and elect the right people and prove everyone wrong but 1/4 century later and here we are...

Or are you saying that everything is just peachy?
Do something to change what? If pieter's gieter thinks that corruption is a black man's thing, its fine, not my job to go out there and mobilise to prove a racist wrong, a racist will always find something to be racist about, you are more than welcome to do something about it, unless you agree with him?
 
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Cr419

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And here we have it, I know that not all white people have this racist view about black people, but how many of the NDZ crowd will use such utterances to give credence to their rhetoric?

It is because of people like you Pieter's Gieter that the ANC got this far and will continue to govern for some time to come.
It's almost as if this stupid Zuma bitch wants to feed racists like that guys hatred. If she becomes president we will all be royally screwed.
 

Sinbad

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It's almost as if this stupid Zuma bitch wants to feed racists like that guys hatred. If she becomes president we will all be royally screwed.
Of course she does. As long as she drives racial division and gets a response she can say "look whitey still hates you and wants you to suffer, never trust the DA, they will bring back apartheid, votela anc we saved you from them"
 
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