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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Clueless In Cape Town

It's becoming more and more obvious that a independent Cape of Good Hope is a possibility when one takes a look at the political landscape that is currently evolving in southern Africa. The ANC has dreams of 50% of the white minority to vote for them, this after Julius Malema words of 'theft' and 'taking back land' yes, most of us have heard it all. Still. The ANC has indeed lost the plot sometime ago and there is no doubt that none of the minorities will back them.
The obvious question is who now?
There is no political party that truly stands up to the call.
Having a movement may make a difference however, is the word getting out there? How does one go about getting the minorities to act together? As it stands one movement has been discussing a flag for months on end. One would think that it's better to put all that energy into spreading the word as opposed to spending countless hours on Facebook belittling each other.
What will it take?
The answer is in plain sight. A leader. A person who has the qualities of Sir Winston Churchill and Roosevelt rolled into one. Someone who has nothing to gain by steering the ship in the right direction, getting the 'crew' to raise the anchor. Someone who has the courage and conviction to do the right thing and stop this madness from continuing. Someone who can lead the headless pack to direct democracy.

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