I can’t help it, I hate the Guptas
HATRED is an evil emotion and is responsible for much of the violence around the globe. It often consumes the very person harbouring it. But I cannot help it; I hate the Guptas.
They have done so much harm to the country and given the Indian community in this country a bad name. Julius Malema thinks we are all like the avaricious Guptas.
Our forefathers were brought like cattle across the foreboding Indian Ocean in creaky sailing vessels to work on the sugar plantations, the mines and the railroads.
Undeterred by all the hardship, they broke their backs in their struggle to uplift themselves from serfdom. Future generations inherited those good qualities and we are now the envy of the country.
Smelling easy pickings here under the crooked Jacob Zuma administration, the three Gupta brothers and their families flew over to South Africa in their luxury jets to set up several businesses here.
Rotten to the core, they made a fortune robbing and plundering the country’s wealth and resources, and have now flown away as easily as they came, before they could be brought to justice.
But they cannot get far. They are Hin- dus and believe in karma. They will not find inner peace and contentment.
All that stolen money will hang like an albatross around their necks.
Sooner or later they will be choked by avarice. But I wish I could lay my hands on them before then. I would wring their bloody necks. The Editor reserves the writer to edit all letters. All letters must contain the writer’s full name, address and contact number for record purposes or they will not be published. Wellwritten topical letters under 220 words will take preference. does not guarantee to publish all letters.