Laud­ing Pauw stance

Cape Times - - OPINION -

I WANT to ap­plaud you as edi­tor in de­fend­ing Jac­ques Pauw.

The me­dia needs to stand up and de­fend to the hilt this brave man for putting into a book the sad facts of the cur­rent regime.

Our leader and his hench­men could not care less about their peo­ple… he is a sad ex­cuse and a em­bar­rass­ment to peo­ple who work hard and love this beau­ti­ful coun­try and he has ab­so­lutely NO MORAL COM­PASS which is plac­ing our coun­try in a very pre­car­i­ous po­si­tion on a num­ber of fronts.

The facts should be ex­am­ined and the facts have been pre­sented and they should be acted upon – bad things carry on be­cause GOOD men and GOOD woman stand by and al­low this cor­rup­tion and bla­tant ly­ing to the good peo­ple of South Africa to con­tinue. We are morally and fi­nan­cially bank­rupt and it must stop.

We have a bright vi­brant pop­u­la­tion who have been short-changed for the past eight years.

And as you so aptly put it – Don’t shoot the mes­sen­ger, fight the scourge that is ru­in­ing our coun­try.

It’s not buses and bricks and build­ings.

Why is Zuma try­ing to get the Bela Bill pushed through? To keep the na­tion’s youth stupid and par­ents di­vorced from the ed­u­ca­tion process.

We need par­ents to be a valid part of ed­u­ca­tion In the coun­try.

By keep­ing the pop­u­lace stupid the rul­ing party can con­tinue to gov­ern with im­punity.

It is the leader Ja­cob Zuma and his keep­ers who must be taken down.

Pros­e­cute those steal­ing fu­ture gen­er­a­tions’ in­her­i­tance. Michelle Grob­ler Cape Town

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