I may sound dramatic in this video but I’m being honest. This strongly feels like the endgame for me. I want it to be that. I want the past 9 years to be over, rather as a winner but, if necessary, as statement.
VICTORY OR DEATH
Given the money, I’d extend my life as long as I can – whoosh, I’d be in another country writing the second ‘Same Shit, Different Government’ book, and giving our Government more time to correspond with me and meaningfully investigate the corruption I’ve exposed.
But without money, I soon return to South Africa, self-delivered into the hands of bad people. I refuse to allow them to control that situation. It would be non-strategic to fully explain my options but that old battle cry, ‘Victory or death!’ is appropriate.
I’m in contact with our Government but, considering history, the odds of something significant happening between May 21 (when Parliament reopens) and May 31 (when I return) are slim. Nevertheless, some avenues are open and one Member of Parliament (MP) has promised a substantive motion on my behalf.
I’ve learned the hard way to never rely on anything but will pursue every avenue I can these last 19 days. I’ve been sick but slowly mending. I’m thankful for being in Swakopmund in Namibia, an incredibly beautiful place I wish I never had to leave. But leave I must. I’ve a job to do. Expect much from me.
PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA IS RESPONSIBLE
I’ll settle for nothing less than President Cyril Ramaphosa accepting responsibility for the crimes of the Democratic Alliance, committed under his watch and protected by the ANC. That includes punishing the politicians, cops and Public Protector who’ve been shielding them. And I’ll never forgive our biased Media.
If you haven’t downloaded my book for free, or read my affidavit to the Hawks and complaint to the Public Protector or why I’ll never receive a fair trial, you’re unwanted here. This isn’t a popularity contest or an entertainment channel. I’m uninterested in selfishness and shallowness. This is the fight for a better South Africa, a fight we’re currently losing. If you’re unwilling to play a part, support the few that do.