The giant midget: That's a terrible thing for the owners and the economy.
Stab the gangs that are looting,kill one by one so it's not to noticeable
Motati: The most terrible thing that I have ever seen. The following week some people who looted came back and queued for hand outs. What kind of people do things like that.
Motati: Democracy here is misunderstood. It's perceived as lawlessness, corruption, looting, entitlement, high unemployment rate, welfare mentality, turning people into beggars, running down all government institutions, jobs for pals, cadre deployment, forever blaming apartheid and colonisation when leaders are running the country down the drain. All that is democracy and it has to be celebrated.
Where in the world do you see politicians get into offices as church mice and leave or die as multi millionaires or billionaires. South African politicians have joined other African leaders, they have mastered the skill very well.
So so sad.
(Edited by Motati)
The giant midget: Welcome to Democracy
Thank all the Gods and Goddesses that you don't live in Canada.
Canadaian government past 7 years have written the book on corruption that is being used by other world leaders around the globe
Motati: Kevin Carter, a South African photojournalist took a picture in Sudan of a vulture and a little girl. He became a recipient of Pulitzer Prize for his photo that depicted famine is Sudan. He committed suicide at the age of 33, 2 months after receiving the prize. I guess the picture of a starving toddler and the vulture haunted him.
In all this mess the evil political leaders are still glorified and didn't take any responsibility whatsoever. They continued to live large. That's how cruel corruption is.
This is one of the saddest story that remains vivid in my mind whenever I see what corruption does.