BIG changes afoot but let’s celebrate first…
The goal was 7000 Love Knysna Facebook subscribers by year end but, again, your interest has exceeded my expectations 🙂 7000 OF YOU THERE! That’s a lot of interest in our small town of Knysna.
However, this will be the last week of this Facebook page and my websites as you know it.
For 6 and a half years, my websites have given free advertising whilst my blogging about social, criminal and political matters grew. Working double days has been challenging. To do this by myself has been impossible without sacrificing other obligations and goals.
My intention has been to educate and, where possible, make a difference. That will remain the same.
For several months, starting next week, i’ll be trying something new.
Instead of the usual dozen or so daily posts, i will only post the occasional feature article. This will be about Knysna but written so as to appeal to a greater South African audience in the hope that someone steps in to make a difference.
By focusing on only a few issues, i’m hoping to reach a bigger audience about things that matter the most e.g. murder, fraud, political corruption. There is no one else tackling these things in Knysna. Our town remains one of fear. If we give into that fear, we only giveaway more of our lives.
Outside of these investigative articles, i will do the occasional piece applauding those who help our town.
Additionally, i need to spend more time preparing court cases. It would seem that the Democratic Alliance has rewarded those who have been criminally working against me and our town. The ANC remains ineffective opposition.
I can’t help but think that there are no political parties, just shifting power factions seeking to control us and serve self-interest.That’s unacceptable and must be challenged.
I walk a difficult, sometimes scary, path. Your continued support will be much appreciated.
Love Knysna, save Knysna!
Also posted on Facebook.