From the ANC and the NPP Oudtshoorn gets nothing but empty promises – it’s the Apartheid National Party all over again!
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Oudtshoorn. 16 August 2012. 10h55. Said the then National Party Director of Information, Con (what thaumaturgical prank did the gods not spring in having this poor bastard named) Botha, quoted in the Weekly Mail, July 21, 1989: “We are not going soft on the ANC. In fact, the ball is on the other foot.”
The bloody Nats of yore.
They said things like, “The SABC doesn’t ban songs; they just don’t play them.” (Roelf Jacobs, Sunday Times, June 11, 1989.)
Ten years earlier, in June 1979, Piet Koornhof, then Minister of Cooperation and Development, proclaimed before the National Press Club in Washington that “apartheid is dead.”
Now here’s (the current ANC) Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, in the National Assembly during question time yesterday:
It is never too late to fight corruption, he said.
“It can never be too late, nor inopportune to do the right thing. So we have to tackle corruption on a continuous basis.
“In short… I am arguing that corruption undermines democracy and therefore, all of us, especially ourselves who are entrusted by the public to uphold the Constitution, must work in concert to strengthen institutions and programmes designed to free our society from the scourge of corruption.
“We must raise the bar in terms of accountability and monitoring of how public funds are used.
“We must work together to ensure that each programme of the democratic state yields quality results thus accelerating transformation, service delivery, and the building of a non-racial, non-sexist, prosperous, and democratic South Africa,” Motlanthe said.
Perhaps this clueless tomfool can start by ordering his Oudtshoorn puppets to do the simplest of things: Give effect to Council Resolutions!
And perhaps Motlanthe can whisper sweet words of wisdom into Gordon’s ear… Words like “democracy” and “rule of law”.
We curtsy, like milksops and pansies, to accommodate the poor “previously disadvantaged” who are now acting like mollycoddled minors catapulting whirligigs from their political bassinets every time they have to do anything other than dip a hand into the fudge jar.
Badih Chaaban, “President” of the NPP, has given instructions weeks ago to have Mnyimba removed.
Ag asseblief tog, man!
Chaaban’s local changelings cannot even comprehend instructions and are unable even to call meetings!
Instructions! Pur-leaze! Lies!
Either Motlanthe and his cronies are infernal liars, or they should force expeditious correcting measures in Oudtshoorn!
Here endeth the lesson.
O, but for this: Never trust a politician – they lie as they breathe.
Remember, the ANC stands for democracy; the rule of law; and clean government.
And I, portly frame and all, am a contender for Mr South Africa, six pack and all.
Ye gods and faeries.