Leave us to enjoy MMM while it lasts
IN response to “Basotho warned of Ponzi scheme” ( Lesotho Times, January 14, 2016), life is all about taking risks, and you need to use money to make money. Every member of MMM joined knowing all the risks involved.
They know it’s a matter of winning or losing. What most people have realised is that the government and banks are always against initiatives that help people get rich as long they do not benefit from them. So I don’t really know why the government and central bank are worried about people joining MMM.
They should be left ot enjoy the money while they can. It is not like the government is doing anything to better the lives of Basotho. Let Basotho live and enjoy this while it lasts.
Grace IN response to “Basotho warned of Ponzi scheme” ( Lesotho Times, January 14, 2016), it saddens the heart to see Basotho so ignorant and naïve. The person behind this MMM scheme was convicted and jailed for four-and-a-half years in Russia, and the South Africans have condemned the project as an illegal Ponzi scheme, yet Basotho are investing in their numbers. Some of the Basotho investing in the scheme think that the government would oppose the scheme because it does not want them to get rich. Well, I don’t know what people use their brains for instead of reasoning...
WHAT’S Lesotho Times worry? My money my rules, no one tells me what to do with it!
Tsoto Mohasoa. IS this jealousy that people are getting rich or concern that banks will fall? LOL! Let the banks fall!
WHAT is happening to Lesotho now? (“Five gunned down in suspected famo killing” Lesotho Times, January 14, 2016). I know Lesotho as a peaceful Kingdom but nowadays they are adopting the bad practices of other nations.