Burning down the house
IF there’s no service delivery, take your frustration out on the innocent motorists, blockade the road with burning tyres and stone their cars.
If you do not have a job, why worry? There are opportunities galore in the theft and fraud industry, where you can earn a comfortable living by becoming a thieving entrepreneur, a scam artist or a doctor who can make money vanish before your eyes and cure all ills and evils — copper wires, car parts, watches, jewellery and cellphones, fake driver’s licences and matric certificates, get-rich schemes, bring back your philandering lover — the list is endless.
If you cannot pass matric, which is given to you on a plate, no problem. You can buy a certificate on the street.
If you cannot pay your university fees, why be idle? Trash the colonial campuses and bring down the fees.
If your school fails you, torch it. Two schools were set alight in Pietermaritzburg and Msinga because they had failed pupils.
If your train is late because some enterprising thief has stolen the copper cables, don’t worry, set it ablaze and watch with glee as millions of rands go up in smoke.
What will you do when you expropriate white-owned farms without compensation? Burn down the farms if the crops fail?
And when election comes, fall hook, line and sinker for the promises of the sweet-talking, wily political orators and give them another ticket to enjoy another four year, all-expenses-paid ride on the gravy train.
It’s called empowering the masses, the ANC way; the only way to heavenly bliss, prosperity and a better life for all.