Revamp system to create inclusive society
IF YOU keep using a system that is broken you will always lose.
Our economic, political and legal systems are corrupt and rotten to the core.
It is these very systems which are rigged for the 0.01percent that are keeping us in chains of servitude.
We have become debt and wage slaves to a system which only serves the elite.
As long as you’re stuck in the zoo playing by the rules of their game you’ll never win.
Only by changing the game can we truly reclaim our freedom.
What I am calling for is an equitable and just society with no more corrupt politicians evading justice with the help of our corrupt judiciary and legislature system whom they pay with money possibly coming from elites such as the Guptas.
I am calling for a system MANY of us will be starting our new year with the aim of losing weight. I have a solution.
As a foreigner with critical skills, I’ve been trying to obtain a visa from the Department of Home Affairs since late 2014.
The majority of the delay has been due to two instances of administrative oversight by the department, the latter being receipt of a rejection letter for a type of visa for which I did not apply. in which corrupt individuals such as Jacob Zuma are put in chains.
How much longer will we allow him and his cronies to destroy our beautiful country?
Our economic system is fraught with problems and imperfections.
It is unfortunate that after 22 years of democracy the system of exclusion and marginalisation of apartheid largely remains intact.
In 2015 we saw the emergence of the #FMF student movement. This forced us as a society to realise the true horrors of poverty and inequality so many youths face.
The time has come for all South Africans to unite under one banner.
How long will we sit in complicity and complacency while the wealth of the country is pillaged by fat cat
We have become debt slaves to a system that only serves the elite
elites? There is a desperate need for change on a societal level. Our political, economic and legal systems need to be revamped in order to create a system which is truly inclusive to all.
I realise we as human beings are afraid of change and the unknown, but what we should be afraid of is a system which threatens the sanctityof life, creates vast inequalities between the rich and the poor and destroys the middle class. Bloemfontein not apply (September 1, 2016) and more recently with the director-general, to no avail.
Does South Africa want people with “critical skills”? Is the Department of Home Affairs on the same page?
The department has prevented me from earning a living for over a year. No work, no income, no food, hence dramatic weight loss.
Yours, very thin (and I was not fat to begin with), Bryanston
CROOKED? Atul Gupta at an ANC congress in Mangaung, Bloemfontein. There is need for an equitable and just society in which no corrupt politician evades justice, possibly with financial assistance from wealthy associates like the Guptas, says the writer.