#Idiot #Zuma: SA hasn’t dealt with past -> Impossible to live in SA, Impossible to leave

Okay of this whole article which is beyond ridiculous, the following statement is – well #IhaveNoWords

“We must make social cohesion as important as providing access to water, electricity or roads.”

1.  Zuma, you plonker, when will you realise that spending R65 million on refurbishing ONE of your houses for one of your 20 thousands or however many hcildren you currently have, and the wives, well some say 3, some say 4, I have a video of the 5th wedding, and the engagement to number 6 – and the fact that this bunch of freeloaders are a drain on an already impoverished country – will go a LONG LONG way to providing some of the basic necessities required for every day survival in South Africa.. Don’t do it for the minority – remember “We’re the ones who need to be disposed of…” DO IT FOR THE MASSES THAT VOTED YOU INTO POWER, GIVE THEM WHAT YUO PROMISED THEM, perhaps we’d have a little less violence, killing, crime, unemployment amongst those very people who are destroying what is left of this once proud country.

2.  When will you stop blaming the “past”…. the “Past” built the wealthy country that was South Africa until 1994.  The present is the result of uneducated, greedy, self-absorbed, self-important  token BEE appointments into positions of power, who have no concept – no idea whatsoever – of how to run a shebeen (which incidentally are illegal unless of course you happen to belong to the majority) let alone a “used-to-be-wealthy-country”.  The future – well there is none.. No hope whatsoever, no hope for the overburdened taxpayers who subsidise the corruption within your Houses, the MPs, Govt Departments,  and the Government; no hope for the millions you promised homes, services, jobs to – how can there be hope when YOU and MANDELA families insist that YOUR employees in the Zuma and Mandela Family privately owned Gold Mines continue to work in unsafe conditions down gold mines – without receiving their salaries for months on end?  And since the Govt is so closely related to Eskom, don’t you think that it would have been wise to have paid the Eskom Bill for the very mines you wish to savage at the expense of human beings with families?  BEFORE ASKING FOR A r29 BILLION LOAN TO BUILD A COAL MINE!

3.  This is possibly one of the MOST STUPID STATEMENTS EVEN JACOB ZUMA HAS EVER MADE – IMAGINE A MEMBER OF THE MINORITY  singing a song about the majority… would you be happy with the ruling then Jacob Zuma?:

Zuma said another sign South Africans had not “dealt with history” was Friday’s ruling by the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg that singing “dubula ibhunu” (shoot the boer) in the song Ayesaba Amagwala (The cowards are scared) was unconstitutional and unlawful.

4. Another really stupid and factually incorrect statement by Zuma:

Zuma said the country had done well since 1994, but there was a need to make social cohesion a top priority.

Zuma: SA hasn’t dealt with past: News24: SouthAfrica.

Pretoria – The controversy around the recent singing of freedom songs was a sign people had not “dealt with” the country’s history, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday.

“The controversy indicated that we have not yet effectively dealt with the issues of history and heritage,” he told hundreds of people in the Bethlehem informal settlement in Pretoria west, home to poor Afrikaners.

Zuma was referring to the recent negative reaction by political parties and some South Africans to ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema’s singing of “shoot the boer”.

Zuma said another sign South Africans had not “dealt with history” was Friday’s ruling by the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg that singing “dubula ibhunu” (shoot the boer) in the song Ayesaba Amagwala (The cowards are scared) was unconstitutional and unlawful.

Anyone found singing the song could face charges of incitement to murder.

Malema chooses jail over silence

The ANC on Tuesday said the ruling was “incompetent” and “unimplementable”.

There was no correlation between the singing of the song and attacks on farmers, the party argued.

According to The Sowetan, Malema said he would rather go to jail than stop singing liberation songs.

Lawyers for civil rights group AfriForum and farmers’ union Tau-SA intended to apply for an urgent interim interdict to stop him singing the song.

Zuma said the country had done well since 1994, but there was a need to make social cohesion a top priority.

He called for a national discussion on common heritage to reach an understanding and tolerance of culture and history. If this failed there would be an outcry every time a street or town name was changed.

“We must make social cohesion as important as providing access to water, electricity or roads.”

– SAPA

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