The ruling on the Love Knysna Petition is scheduled for May 24 2017. That’ll be delivered by Parliament’s Committee on Petitions & Executive Undertakings. If you’re a new reader, not knowing what this is about, view the initial ‘Trouble in Knysna’ submission.
That’s grown in size. There’s been a lot more information supplied by me the past year but owing to all the court actions against me, which i strongly believe is an attempt to shut me up and intimidate me, you’ll just have to wait until the Committee makes them public documents.
However, in the spirit of transparency and as a final plea of help for our town, i submitted those documents to the Democratic Alliance Federal Executive and Knysna Municipality.
For months, they have unfortunately chosen to continue to condone wide-scale corruption and maladministration with their silence. It would seem that it doesn’t matter how many millions our town loses so long as the Democratic Alliance gets to maintain their false image as the good guys.
Let’s not talk about the Opposition or concerned concerned coalition partners – there’s no such thing in the Western Cape!
Politics is about cliques and cronyism, not political party colours or human rights. In 6 years, all i’ve encountered across all parties, is bad guys… and let’s not forget bad girls (in politics, there’s no motherly love for our country, let alone my beloved Knysna).
I hope that Parliament shines light on the dark road i’ve travelled the past 6 years. The relief i’ve requested is that Knysna Municipality be placed under administration. That would mean our local government fully investigated whilst salaries to politicians are stopped. Thereafter, i hope that some of the politicians go to jail.
Apparently, the local Democratic Alliance has been ordered by Cape Town not to engage me online anymore. I must wonder what there next move against me will be, something worse than their propaganda and trying to jail me for doing the right thing?