It’s unnatural that corrupt South African politicians can bounce off poop like it’s a trampoline!
It’s been a shongololo decade for me. I still await trial, as part of the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) effort to silence me, but promise to keep fighting until the 2021 elections, no matter what that costs me.
Thank you to the almost 2,400 people who downloaded my book about DA corruption. You can still get it for free from the links below.
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JUSTICE REMAINS 6 FEET UNDER
A year later, my book remains relevant because no one has been brought to justice and the overwhelming ‘liberal’ Media has maintained its bias for the DA. I’m so disgusted at what liberalism has become that I’ve stopped calling myself a liberal. I’d rather be a realist free of ideology that only electioneers for the benefit of a few who treat us as a servant caste.
The Hawks, SALGA and the Office of the Public Protector have actively protected the DA. The lies of the Human Rights Commission make it as guilty. Although I will do my best to reach Minister Justice Ronald Lamola, a likely candidate for the Presidency, it’s undeniable the mess our country is in.
Instead of justice, Helen Zille returned to power, Alan Winde and Eleanore Spies got promoted, and Anton Bredell kept his job. John Steenhuisen has no intention of tackling corruption in his party. He’s as successfully an immoralist as Mmusi Maimane.
It seems that the only colour that matters at the top is the colour of money. Citizens who think that racism matters most are helping greedy political parties maintain their hateful power over us.
ESCAPE FROM KNYSNA
In Knysna, where my fight for justice began, chaos still rules. This week, there was spectacular upheaval when the Municipal Manager, Chief Financial Officer and a DA Councillor quit in a cloud of unprofessional conspiracy theories.
I miss my town. It’s the prettiest in Our Land – there’s lots of people I want to hug or drink coffee with again. But its rampant corruption and imploded tourism-based economy ensures that few will settle there for years to come. Sure, some retirees may get bargains but the young will continue to flee, businesses will close, the middle class will drown in debt and the poor will become poorer. It’s like watching your beloved dog die – a part of you dies too.
The coronavirus is only a fly landing on something that was already wickedly smelly.
The journey to repair, if it ever begins, will be long.
Recovery requires an honest admission of the state she’s in. Maybe I’ll try prompt that by writing the nastiest truths to see if any dare confess. Maybe a title such as ‘Why you’d be a fool to invest in Knysna’ will work. I’ll probably be accused of destroying the town (again) but pretending poop is a flower will never empower the purchase of poop-scoops. An army of citizen cleaners is needed.
CORRUPTION IS THE GREATEST THREAT TO OUR LIVES
Do you understand that corruption is the greatest threat to our South African lives? If so, please stop supporting it by standing on the sidelines.
We can’t do much about national politics, and we only add to the mess when we blindly support a political party.
In our communities, we have to fight for our rights. If children are in danger because our municipality fails to install speed bumps, we need to shame them or protest. No party should receive our silent permission for them to rob or kill us.
Believing we matter isn’t enough. We have to show we matter. We have to set an example until the next generation takes over. If we’re able-bodied but unprepared to fight for our lives, then we deserve to be harmed. Only moaning on Facebook whilst those before us have gone to war makes us pathetic. Voting once every 5 years is laughable. We have to stand up every day.
We must act as if this is Our Town or Our Country – because it is!