28 August 2000National Conference of Racism & Teen USA
apologies for being late this week. This is due to various problems with
which I won't bore you.
This week sees the first National Conference of Racism gathering in South Africa. Mbeki like a typical black African goes straight out and blame white Africans for the fact that racism is alive and well. What a fool! The problem with most politicians are that they loose touch of what's happening on the ground. Our "esteemed" President went "jolling" overseas for the first six months of this year to go beg. Beg for money, beg for better industrial relationships, beg for the dropping of all foreign debt, beg for the survival of black Africans. What a sham!
they need someone to fund the Gravy Train now that there's not that much
to be offered by the poor whites in this country. Our government has already
sucked us dry!
This government will not stop until the time when the roles are totally reversed to what it was twenty years ago. I've booked my bicycle 'cause that's all a white man in this country will be able to afford in another five years' time.
the Miss Teen USA last night on one of the local channels. Does that smack
of apartheid or what? One African-American contestant? If that was
in this country there would've been maybe two white contestants. A show
as it was last night would not have been permitted in this country.
MEC bit the dust with trying to build a personal empire in government.
These new family businesses are booming! Brothers and sisters are being
employed and paid by the public for not knowing what the heck they're doing.
Mpamalunga (the old Transvaal) admitted to overspending 503 Million Rand
during the first three months of this financial year! Where's the so-called
transparency in the whole process?
Another bomb in Cape Town. This time in Adderley Street. Again (luckily) no-one injured. Fortunately it seems that eventually all the money spent on camera equipment to combat crime might just pay off. For the first time (according to Business Against Crime) the Capetonians said "enough". All of a sudden breakpoint seems to have been reached. These people now have had enough. Fertilizer and Diesel - makes nice bombs. These bombers had to detonate a bomb on one of the busiest streets in Cape Town for the citizens to realize that this is getting dangerous, for them! About time they catch a wake-up.
then again, most Capetonians are so laid back and smoked-up that it takes
something like this to grab their attention.