Net onlangs het die ANC gepraat oor die Ingonyama en ander Trustgronde vat (nes Brittanje altyd gemaak het met ons almal) – toe het die Zoeloekoning sy mense bymekaar gemaak – hoop net hulle is bewus wat aangaan. Die Zoeloevolk moet besef dat die skippie wat gaan sink, ook die Ingonyama Trustgronde en grondeise (CPAs) gaan laat saamsink. Sou eerder paraat wil wees vir so iets as totaal en al in ontkenning leef. So ook elke ander miljoene hektaar grond wat kwansuis as “CPA-grondeise” afgehandel word en slegs kommunale lewensreg bied soos die Richtersveld en ander van die Griekwas. Moenie vir een oomblik dink Ramaphosa gaan skuld terugbetaal nie en nog minder word korrupsie vasgevat. Vertrou maar die instinkte oor die sinkende boot!!
Kan gedeeltes met Dr Buthelezi saamstem en dis nog ‘n groter rede om alle pogings in te span om totaal en al soewerein af te klim van die sinkende boot met selfbeskikking vir ons Afrikaners en Boere (blankes) as ‘n volk. As iemand soos Buthelezi dit opmerk, is dit al baie laat naby middernag. Hoop dat die IVP besef dit dat daar nie veel alternatiewe in die huidige Suid-Afrika is om hierdie land te red nie, nog minder enige provinsie waar misdaad baie hoog is. IVP se kanse is baie skraal vir ‘n reddingsboei uitsit. Selfbeskikking is ‘n beter opsie vir elke volk. Dat groter probleme op almal van ons wag is beslis nie uitgesluit nie.
The ANC government’s policy is centred around borrowing but placing little emphasis on paying back and it is one of the reasons that South Africa is sinking into an economic crisis, Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) President Dr. Mangosuthu Buthelezi said. Addressing an elections rally at a packed Winston Churchill Theatre on Wednesday, Buthelezi told supporters that it was clear the ruling party was out of new ideas that would help South Africa. He cited high unemployment, rising fuel and food prices, and poverty, which he said haunts South Africa. “The ANC has an economic policy of borrowing and spending with no plan on how to pay it back.
“That is a policy of economic suicide,” the IFP leader said, warning South Africans against voting for the ANC. He also accused the ANC of running Pietermaritzburg to the ground, and told party members that only the IFP could save the KZN capital and the entire province. “Pietermaritzburg is a strategic city, so the fact that the ANC has run this city to the ground speaks of gross incompetence. If they don’t service politically strategic places, how much are they failing smaller municipalities across KwaZulu-Natal?
“The problem here is magnified throughout our province,” Buthelezi said. He added that by voting for the IFP in Pietermaritzburg, party supporters would start the process of saving KZN and eventually all of South Africa. “If you want to rescue our economy start by rescuing Pietermaritzburg, vote against failed leadership by making a cross for integrity,” the IFP leader said.
He also made a veiled snub at the Democratic Alliance and Economic Freedom Fighters, the two biggest opposition parties, which he said had fatal flaws. “We no longer trust the party in power, but the alternatives seem unattractive. “The one is wholly focused on doom and gloom, playing on your worst fears in the hope of getting your vote. The other is capitalising on your anger. I know how tempting it is to run with the party that is loud and brash.
“But you can’t eat their promises,” Buthelezi said in reference to the DA and EFF. The IFP leader was preceded by Velenkosini Hlabisa, the party’s KZN premier candidate who promised that if the party was elected to govern, it would act tough on criminals and make KZN a working province by reviving miming and agriculture.
Hope that the Zulu people work on alternatives in this country.