How to destroy a country

Jamie McKane

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How to destroy a country

South Africa is on a path of destruction and is on its way to becoming an “unhappy country” like Zimbabwe and Venezuela.

This is the view of Efficient Group founder and chief economist Dawie Roodt, who was speaking at an event hosted by the Free Market Foundation.
 
had this argument with a few of my colleagues today,
just like Zimbabwe and other African countries.

we see nothing wrong with the current state of affairs, the white man decided on these rules and were judged unfairly.
I just decided to keep quiet, enjoy the good things, and try to not look at the impending sh*tstorm that's about to happen here in SA.

maybe its because I have a secondary passport already, and just along for the ride,
 
  1. Destroy the existing capital in the country.
  2. Frighten the taxpayers by continuing to increase taxes.
  3. Scare savers by targeting their money.
  4. The country tries to inflate itself out of debt.
  5. Give the country to the ANC to run.
 
The ANC currently has no other option but to collapse the economy. It can no longer be fixed. Unfortunately for them, they also found that this is not a fast and easy task to do. Nonetheless, they are on the right path.

All I can say is that each and every person who do not want to live in poverty and oppression should ensure that that they have a second passport or at least permanent residency elsewhere so that they can flee the day when this is needed. It is not expensive, just be sure that you have around R80k if you are single or around R130k for a family of any size. This will at least buy you permanent residency when needed and you will get most of it back when the residency is issued.
 
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What South Africans should do
Roodt said there are four things which people who are staying in South Africa should focus on.
  • Become successful
  • Be profitable
  • Put yourself first as an individual
  • Pay as little tax as possible without breaking any laws
He added that people should assess their risk correctly, which includes taking money out of South Africa.

The first 2 don't make sense.
 
About some things, yes. Time will tell what the future holds but he is always doom and gloom all the time

I'm interested in what things he is wrong about. I also only see doom and gloom so could do with some positives.
 
had this argument with a few of my colleagues today,
just like Zimbabwe and other African countries.

we see nothing wrong with the current state of affairs, the white man decided on these rules and were judged unfairly.
I just decided to keep quiet, enjoy the good things, and try to not look at the impending sh*tstorm that's about to happen here in SA.

maybe its because I have a secondary passport already, and just along for the ride,
Do you see nothing wrong with the current state of affairs?
 
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