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originally posted by: Gemwolf
This is not going to end well...
And according to social media some of the protests have moved to a neighborhood about a kilometer from my office...
Pretoria - The hotel is located among embassy buildings in suburban Arcadia - and it was in this three-storey establishment that the plan to render the capital city ungovernable was finalised. The Pretoria News can reveal that hours after ANC deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte named Thoko Didiza as the Tshwane mayoral candidate at Luthuli House on Monday morning, at least 12 people met at the Court Classique Hotel to hatch the unrest.
originally posted by: GreenGunther
a reply to: Gemwolf
In which country are you living? Because you make this out to be a lot worse than it is. The pics you posted for one.. The first picture is from Somerset West (where I live). The protest happened at the top of the N2 highway just before Sir Louwries pass and it didn't have anything to do with our president. The protest was caused by a burst water pipe flooding peoples homes.
I live in the Western Cape which is governed by the Democratic Alliance, not the ANC. We do a lot better down here, things are great compared to the rest of the country.
Simply put, I don't think all those pics have to do with service delivery protests, and so what? Let them protest! Let them see what they have done! The ANC has screwed our little country over and I for one am glad that the people are screaming for change.
This was caused ny the ANC but I don't think they'll be the ones to fix it. Viva DA!
And why do you seem to think that is the case?
originally posted by: Zimnydran
I thought it was Detroit..... or Chicago...... or Atlanta....... or Philly...... or maybe it is all of them.
My White Male Guilt is in full effect because I know, that some how, some way...... it's whiteys fault
It's definitely not pc to say but I say if our ancestors took the land then unless the indigenous has the military power to oppose then they have no rights or claims to the land they were unable to defend.