Paradoxical Irony
All Shouters are Invited to make a stand

 
More than 2000 people, led by ANC Youth League leader, Julius Malema, marched through Johannesburg on Thursday and Friday, demanding jobs, a greater share of South Africa’s riches, land claims without compensation and calling for the nationalisation of mines. Do you think these measures will help people obtain economic freedom?

AS long as the ANC are in charge - people will remain uneducated, exploited, robbed and leave little room for economic or societal growth. I am not sure anything will help as long as the ANC remains in power. I pray that the DA gains more popularity - and on that day South Africa will then be ready for a change for the better. 

Check link for video: http://www.mweb.co.za/general/?p=video
  1. More than 2000 people, led by ANC Youth League leader, Julius Malema, marched through Johannesburg on Thursday and Friday, demanding jobs, a greater share of South Africa’s riches, land claims without compensation and calling for the nationalisation of mines. Do you think these measures will help people obtain economic freedom?





    AS long as the ANC are in charge - people will remain uneducated, exploited, robbed and leave little room for economic or societal growth. I am not sure anything will help as long as the ANC remains in power. I pray that the DA gains more popularity - and on that day South Africa will then be ready for a change for the better. 


    Check link for video: http://www.mweb.co.za/general/?p=video

  1. 13 notesTimestamp: Sunday 2011/10/30 1:11:00ANCDASouth AfricaJulius MalemaEconomic FreedomExploitationequalityprotests
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