Pro­long­ing the peo­ple’s suf­fer­ing

The Star Early Edition - - LETTERS - Darryl Van Aswe­gen

THANK good­ness the cur­rent pres­i­dent sur­vived the lat­est vote of no con­fi­dence. This is not only a re­lief to the fat cats of the ANC but more so to the ben­e­fit of the pop­u­la­tion at large. The nar­row mar­gin of vic­tory is not a re­flec­tion on the wants of the cit­i­zens of this coun­try but rather of those at­tempt­ing to pro­long their de­pen­dency on us sus­tain­ing their po­lit­i­cal, ex­u­ber­ant and self­ish in­ter­ests.

We re­quire the “calamity of er­rors” to con­tinue to rule as pres­i­dent as his self­ish and ego­cen­tric na­ture will be the ul­ti­mate down­fall of an or­gan­i­sa­tion which we faith­fully epit­o­mised.

Ev­i­dence of his ve­nal­ity will go down as the dark­est era in our demo­cratic his­tory and of those com­plicit in per­sist­ing to pro­long the suf­fer­ing of the peo­ple of this coun­try.

I unfortunately tend to phys­i­cally vomit at the ut­ter­ances of the pres­i­dency state­ments and in­tel­lec­tu­ally in­sult­ing cabi­net dec­la­ra­tions. I pity the party aligned mem­bers who had rep­re­sented 68% of the pop­u­lace who are now cog­nisant and to­tally dis­en­fran­chised with your in­ter­pre­ta­tion of their rep­re­sen­ta­tion.

The or­gan­i­sa­tion is no longer a wounded ele­phant but the rem­nants of a revo­lu­tion of the peo­ple which now ex­ists as a skele­ton com­pletely de­voured by cor­rup­tion and de­ceit.

May you rest in sweat and anx­i­ety as the in­jus­tice you ar­ro­gantly en­act will come round and bite you. Buc­cleuch, Sand­ton

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