The writing is on the wall

Jan Botha, Parklands

During a briefing of the National Council of Provinces in May, a DA MP questioned Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma about an earlier statement she had made about “class suicide” in the context of Covid-19’s impact on reconstruction and development, and he asked which class she wanted to commit suicide.

She replied: “Indeed, we mustn’t waste this crisis. We must look at the economy, the structure of the economy, the ownership of the economy, the decentralisation of the economy, and that is why we are more and more talking about districts, so that every district must have a vibrant economy. The decentralisation of the economy, the broadening of the economy, the transformation of the structure of the economy, has to take place and, in the process, address some of the glaring needs that were very much exposed.”

The lockdown is state capture in overdrive to implode all white-owned businesses in particular and has nothing to do with Covid-19.

The country will be divided into districts, and the ANC will ensure that they have a majority in every suburb in Cape Town before the next election.

The homes of the minorities will be promised to the township residents to guarantee their support.

South Africa is drowning in mountains of debt, which the ANC incurred, and we will never be able to pay it back for obvious reasons.

The only way to save the Cape Province is to secede from South Africa and let the ANC pay back their own debt. The writing has been on the wall for some time already.