Grondbesettings ‘n daaglikse realiteit
Die leuens gaan die parlement en die ANC en ander politieke partye wat hieraan deelneem nog baie berou. Beide maak beloftes en kom nie behuising beloftes na nie. Maak toe die grense, dan sal daar beter behuising en kontrole plaasvind, maar dit gebeur nie. Wie hou toesig oor die grense – nie die “grensposte” nie, dit beteken niks as daar 2 offisiere op ‘n grens is en duisende immigrante stroom in om gratis te kom bly en alles van die beste gratis te ontvang. Dus as daar grondbesettings plaasvind dan is daar hofinterdikte wat geld kos – dus wie wen aan die einde – die regering en alles het 15% VAT op. Advokate en regters is nie goedkoop nie. Dit neem dae om so iets aan te vra of selfs goed te keur en dis die eienaar wat moet opdok aan die einde vir hierdie regs uitgawes. En wie betaal vir die ROOI MIERE – die wat onwettige strukture afbreek gaan dit beslis nie gratis doen nie. Hier is een Rooi mier doodgeskiet/maak vandag, en wie betaal hom en sy familie uit?
This is only in the Western Cape Province, this is not Limpopo or the other provinces nearby our borders. Not sure why do the ANC promised those immigrants land and houses and they can not cope, but then the problems are getting worse and out of hand. They want to make the country ungovernable. There are no control whatsoever on the borders or even any oceans.
Who is responsible for the payment of all the cost involved to give the Red Ants power to break down all illegal structures.
The following was reported by the DA province –
The City of Cape Town says it’s seen an unprecedented 74% increase in land invasions year-on-year. About 295 have been recorded between January and May. By this time last year, there were only 110. Between January and the end of June, 67,000 illegal structures were removed by the City of Cape Town. The city says illegal settlements are not catered for in its current budget or resource allocation.
The 295 recorded protests between January and May are not all separate incidents and include multiple flare-ups in the same area and centred on the same issue. Data collection company Municipal IQ has found there were 144 major service delivery protests recorded across South Africa since January. Last year, there were 173 demonstrations in total and in 2016 it was 137.
There have been 263 land invasions in the Western Cape since the start of the year. Democratic Alliance (DA) Chief Whip in the Western Cape legislature Mark Wiley has on Wednesday briefed the media on the issue. Wiley says there have also been land grabs in towns beyond Cape Town, like Hermanus, George, Thembalethu and Riebeek-Kasteel.
He says the majority of these protests are being orchestrated by individuals and groups with the clear aim of destabilising the province. “As you know, we have had a lot of these, and I just want to quantify them. We have had 87 land invasions outside the metro and 176 land invasions, that’s already increased the number of times since this report was generated.” Over the past four months’ hundreds of protesters took to the streets and torched government infrastructure. Police arrested dozens of protesters in Hermanus, Zwelihle, George and Riebeek-Kasteel.
Meanwhile, 176 land invasions occurred in the City of Cape Town and surrounding areas. The MEC for Human Settlements Bonginkosi Madikizela says local government will continue to manage the housing waiting list.
Illegals and electricity
GEORGE SOROS (HE ALSO FINANCE THE CONSTITUTION AND PARLIAMENT)
Immigrante – Immigrants – Soros