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    STOP BUILDING MASSIVE WAREHOUSES TO DISTRIBUTE RUBBISH FROM CHINA.

    Start building more factories and homes for the people of this country.

    Execute all corrupt "public servants" who steal earnings from the hard working public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by New Perspective studio View Post
    And here i am dancing around my words hoping not to offend anybody. Lol. The voters who would leave the ANC would go to the EFF most likely, never the DA ( let me stop dancing, they are probably the most realistic shot we have at some sort of order ). Im not sure if we would be better off or worse off with the EFF although im leaning towards the latter.
    The EFF will take over this country. The question is are you ready for that kind of radical change.

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    I think with the EFF, things will be worse. Don't forget they went to look for advice from Chavez, and look at Venezuela today. I think the only thing that was achieved from all those meetings, are red berets!! Lol.

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    "Do not follow a party blindly", how do you get that message to the masses? Here in South Africa, the masses do not read not listen to the news. It is so easy to manipulate them into believing the injustices veiled as truth.

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    Can someone ever be ready to be taken over by a government like the EFF? I don't even think that the people who can vote them in are aware of the Hell South Africa could become.

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    My 2c: As soon as someone becomes economically empowered:

    - The incentive to commit crime reduces.
    - They are able to educate their children (and possibly themselves) which in turn leads to better political decision making and allows an economy to grow.

    By economically empowered I don't necessarily mean be given a job. Although thats nice, I don't think its possible on the scale we require. Instead everyone should be starting and running their own business. I'm not naive, I know that this has huge hurdles, such as finding markets to supply your services or products and coming up with ideas for products and services. However if we could make it happen, it would be a huge boost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ians View Post
    STOP BUILDING MASSIVE WAREHOUSES TO DISTRIBUTE RUBBISH FROM CHINA.

    Start building more factories and homes for the people of this country.
    This I think is crucial. I have some serious doubts about a blanket open world market. We cannot compete against China when we have different rules on labour. And no I don't advocate reducing the standards for SA labour, I just don't think cheap Chinese goods should be brought into our country at the expense of competitive local suppliers. Export / Import markets should be for goods that cannot be obtained locally or where there is an uncompetitive local market sector.

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