Archbishop Helen of Leeuwenhof hits George
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Drewan Baird. Oudtshoorn. 19 May 2013. 17h00. It’s a broad church with quite diverse congregations, is politics.
The DA faith is celebrated in numerous sectarian denominations.
One such service was held earlier today in George, where the archbishop, Helen of Leeuwenhof, presided.
No fewer than three lesser prophets preceded the Arch.
George mayor Charles Standers spoke on the successes of the DA controlled citlet (I think it’s a great little word for a small city!). He spoke briefly. It was a speechlet.
The deputy mayor, also the DA George chair, focussed on DA political successes in George and in the Western Cape, and looked into the future of successes in the Northern Cape, Gauteng and the Eastern Cape.
The DA candidate, Hendrik Ingo, then spoke and, I kid you not, was “annointed”. Complete with the laying on of hands.
Ye gods and faeries and ancient alien visitors to earth…
Ai, jai, jai, jai, jai, jai, jai. Jai-jai, jai, jai.
Zille spoke. But I was there no more.
Is it just me, or has politics morphed into religious scams?
One thing is for certain, and it’s not rocket science to be sure: To be elected into power one has to have the majority of the bumpkinly in the pocket.
The ANC naturally has most of those.
And the DA is gaining ground.
Who has the most chicken wings and papsakke?
Who can be most appealing to the great unwashed?
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