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    found this rather interesting...and if so many people feel like this why are they getting away with it????

    maybe we need the fifa organising committee to come back and get this country moving forward...they did a great job with the world cup...maybe they could help us move in the right direction and get rid of all these so called corrupt officials.

    my staff complain all the time about the skelms in the townships...because they are scared of them yet the majority of people dont want them around why is a minority of people ruling this country again (crimminals)

    havent you had enough...i certainly have and would be prepared to stand up and say enough is enough.

    maybe people should raise a unity flag a specific colour like just a plain white one a sign of peace and put them on cars etc like we did with the world cup to see how many people have had enough and are prepared to do something about it.

    this is no longer a racial issue its a survival issue for all south africans.

    they need to stop the disrimination against white males in this country and we all need to build the country together...if they gave us half a chance and let everyone get work according to merit we would all be able to build it together...white males have years of experience and knowledge and the qualification to assist and make it easier.
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    Thanks for the link. Gareth Cliff is pretty articulate. I don't see it stopping the plundering though.

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    Hi Murdock - many people are feeling like this. One of the things I decided to do as I cannot change it, is simply to continually raise awareness and ask questions on forums and face book and all the areas that I can...sometimes as a result of a DA initiative..but primarily because I think politicians across the world have become way to full of themselves and I do not think that ANY political party should have absolute power, because with that power comes corruption. It is estimated that 75% of all the governments in the world are corrupt..WTH?!

    So in essence what I am saying is that should the DA walk away with an overwhelming majority at the 2011 election, I will immediately vote ANC..until then...


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    then i read headlines in the mercury a day or 2 ago...and there some person saying that the team is not south african enough does this mean we are not south africa...instead we are from the queen...europeans or somthing to that effect...this is disrciminating against white people isnt there a constitutuion...that says you cannot discriminate against anyone in this country or is there a clause in the small print that says only whites male and female can be disriminated against...come on people lets more forward...when are all south africans gonna be refered to as south africans...or should we do as the africans in america...calling themselves african americans...

    maybe we should label ourselves euro africans then we can start a struggle and have the rest of the world feel sorry for us...

    this country will only start improving when we all work together...

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    7. Don't think you'll be in power forever. People aren't as stupid as you think we are. We know you sit around laughing about how much you get away with. We'll take you down, either at the polls - or if it comes down to the wire - by revolution (Yes, Julius, the real kind, not the one you imagine happened in 2008). Careless, wasteful and wanton government is a thing of the past. The days of thin propaganda and idealized struggle are over. The people put you in power - they will take you out of it. Africa is tired of tin-pot dictators, one-party states and banana republics. We know who we are now, we care about our future - and so should you.
    This sends a cool chill down my spine. I have predicted that this may very well occur if matters continue as they are.
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    I consider myself a 'SOUTH AFRICAN' I may be a bit 'slim shady' and definitely 'age inapropriate'
    I totally agree with Debbie, vote for the opposition until they get into power, then weigh your vote until they stop performing, then vote for the new opposition, the only way to keep any government honest be they nationalist, liberal, socialist, communist, conservative or whatever (conservative:- the best option if they are conservative in the manner in which they interfere with the day to day running of the country or the people, efficient services like safety, health, education etc. not in having a mother grundy conservative moralistic outlook)
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