'I want to improve the lives of the working class': Meet ANC's youngest elections candidate

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And also funding hostile businesses, PIC and pension funds lost billions in Steinhoff.

Well, who decided to pay those funds into Steinhoff? The ordinary wypipol of the country or the ANC? Do you think the wypipol of SA look up to Marcus Jooste and the Stellenbosch mafia?
 

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They probably are, if this is how they raised him. There's nothing wrong with his political stance. If he wins, he gets to do what he aspired to do and have a base for his future political studies.

A win for him in my opinion.

With a useless soft political science degree that can't be used in the real world.
 

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Land reform isn't theft.

So, why don't the government give you some of their land? They're the biggest land owners. But no, you want land that is developed already so you don't have to do any hard work hey? If you take someone's hard work from them, it is theft.
 

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I wasn't aware it's prohibited or morally reprehensible.

Let me help you with some atrocity deaths in the 20th century:

Communism - About 100 million.
Nazism - About 6 million.
Pol Pot - About 2 million.
Rwanda - About 1 million.
Apartheid - About 22 000 - 21 000 being blacks killed by the ANC.

Which was the worst?
 

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But where does it say he's studying for a political science degree?
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Even worse. A degree in citizenship.
 

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Let me help you with some atrocity deaths in the 20th century:

Communism - About 100 million.
Nazism - About 6 million.
Pol Pot - About 2 million.
Rwanda - About 1 million.
Apartheid - About 22 000 - 21 000 being blacks killed by the ANC.

Which was the worst?
Granted (numbers vary greatly depending of ideological leanings of the author), but how does this differ from organised religion? Millions died due to religion and millions more were displaced.
 

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But where does it say he's studying for a political science degree?

Speaking to News24, the first year BA student in Political Leadership and Citizenship said:

Registered at unisa for https://www.unisa.ac.za/sites/corpo...-Political-Leadership-and-Citizenship-(99304)
 

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Granted (numbers vary greatly depending of ideological leanings of the author), but how does this differ from organised religion? Millions died due to religion and millions more were displaced.

We're speaking communism, which you said isn't morally reprehensible:

I wasn't aware it's prohibited or morally reprehensible.

Want to change your stance on communism instead of deflecting to religion?
 

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Registered at unisa for https://www.unisa.ac.za/sites/corpo...-Political-Leadership-and-Citizenship-(99304)
There other degree is BA in Politics, economics, etc which delves deeper in the political sciences.
 

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We're speaking communism, which you said isn't morally reprehensible:



Want to change your stance on communism instead of deflecting to religion?
I'm trying to understand how "morally reprehensible" is measured in that context. If it's about deaths, then why is organised religion not morally reprehensible?
 

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There other degree is BA in Politics, economics, etc which delves deeper in the political sciences.

All useless soft degrees too. Anyone can pass. You just have to reflect the views of the head of the faculty. You choose the university with the head that suits your views.
 

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I'm trying to understand how "morally reprehensible" is measured in that context. If it's about deaths, then why is organised religion not morally reprehensible?

You stated communism is not morally reprehensible. i demonstrated it is. Now you deflect to religion instead of answering or countering my assertion about communism. Usual modus operandi.
 

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You stated communism is not morally reprehensible. i demonstrated it is. Now you deflect to religion instead of answering or countering my assertion about communism. Usual modus operandi.
I stated "I wasn't aware it's...or morally reprehensibly.

I brought up religion to counter your measure of "morally reprehensible", pointing out religion committed atrocities that possibly dwarf those you quoted, yet it enjoys elevated moral standing. Before my words get twisted to suit particular narratives, no, I'm not in support of communism. I'm arguing a point made.
 
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