A little bit of zuma goes a long way… to impending disaster.

You know. In America a small thing like a tiny little blowjob from his secretary was enough for the citizens of USA to lose their respect for then president, Bill Clinton. Monica Lewinski became a stand up joke and the nation was ashamed of them both. Not in South Africa though. Oh no.

Our future president has minions like Julius Malema, who quotes Robert Mugabe, who threatens to ‘eliminate any force standing in the way’ of Zuma’s reign of presidency.

Our future president has been accused of fraudulent actions, rape, involvement in arms deals, has sent his business partner to prison all the while fighting the justice system to have his fraud case thrown out of court.

Our future president cries outrage when a cartoonist depicts him about to rape the justice system with his peers cheering him on. Why? Its everything he’s already done. Once you do something, you cannot expect people to ignore it. You cannot demand for ignorance or turned cheeks. You cannot undo something you have done.

Yet, according to our future president, you should be able to. And if the people aren’t willing, his crew will sing from their lungs ‘Umshiniwami’ and threaten to ‘kill for Zuma’. Or he will just fucking sue you into silence.

This is the leader the African National Congress supporters want for our country. This is the leader they welcome with rock star treatment. This is who they are trying to bully their way into Presidency. Him and his trenchman, Julius big fucking mouth Malema, who oppose Thabo Mbeki not only the country’s president, but an ANC member himself. I just don’t get it! “The problem in this country is Thabo Mbeki and his people… We don’t want him,” Malema says.

Well, hey, I don’t profess to know anything about politics, but at least Thabo and “his people” don’t sing songs involving machine guns, they don’t dance outside of a court that has just dismissed a rape case, they don’t threaten to ‘eliminate’ anyone who stands in their way.

So many people are now despondent. “Well, guess I’ll be doing those visa’s for Perth now” is something I’ve heard so much of today. “Get out while you can, this is Zimbabwe all over again” and “It’s all left to the blacks now, whites need to leave this country, they don’t belong anymore” is just one comment that had me in a fit of anger.

Why should we have to leave? Why should it be a colour thing? The way I see it is, there are two nationalities in this country: those who support Zuma, and those people who aren’t morons. Simple. I will not flee South Africa. I was born here, I was raised here and I will die here. This is my country as much as Zuma’s or Malema’s. They can move right over, because damn, I know how to sing and dance too.

We should all bow down, close our eyes and vote blindly for Jacob Zuma? I don’t fucking think so.

31 comments

  1. Wayne says:

    Tell me about it! As I said before, u think that there is a glimmer of hope and it gets snatched away before you can wipe your fucking eyes.

  2. Shebee says:

    What I don’t get is, why won’t these idiot supporters face reality?!

    The can’t seem to understand that this man has fuck all morals and even less integrity!

  3. Wayne says:

    Its like the Matrix. Having the wool pulled over your eyes. The sad part is when the finaly wake up, it will all be to late.

  4. esvl says:

    I really want to contribute by writing a useful comment but I am at loss for words as I see this place going down faster than a piece of crap in a long drop.

    That not even talking about the Media censorship they want to introduce and are not even hiding the fact that we would become the communist black hole of Africa.

    I smell a pile of dung and its not to far away.

  5. Glugster says:

    Don’t worry. I’m staying put too. I must admit though that I’m getting pretty unfazed by all these happenings. Nothing shocks me or worries me anymore.

    Maybe I’m just tired.

  6. SheBee says:

    I don’t know…

    I wouldn’t really be able to not worry too much. I mean, things have changed so much in the last ten years, what will it be like in the next ten?

    I wish we could clone Madiba.

  7. SheBee says:

    hAHAHA Gluggie.

    Bugger off man, he’s going to think you’re being serious.

    LOL.

    Freak. Why don’t you go play with that glass vibrator you told me about recently? Or in the traffic?

    Better yet, just bite me!

  8. 6000 says:

    Meh. Stop the panic. Stop the hysteria.

    And stop blaming Zuma! If the NPA had done its job properly (or if there was actually any evidence against him) then this decision would have gone their way. Sounds like a set up to me.

    As it is, you’re criticising the same justice system that you would be celebrating if the rulng had gone the other way.

    Are we doomed? Well – look at the Rand today – up against the dollar. Look at the JSE – up.
    In addition, loads of moaning, negative shits have decided to up and leave, meaning that the general mood of the country is UP!

    Be happy. This is a step FORWARD, bra!

  9. SheBee says:

    6k, my bra can flatten your bra any day. Don’t challenge me, or I’ll be forced to invite you to step outside…

    Seriously though, Zuma can kiss my ass. He’s a barbarian. Even though the NPA stuffed up, Zuma is just not the type of “family man” I want ruling the country my unborn kids need to grow up in.

  10. SheBee says:

    6k, my bra can flatten your bra any day. HAVE YOU MET MY BOOBS? Don’t challenge me, or I’ll be forced to invite you to step outside…

    Seriously though, Zuma can kiss my ass. He’s a barbarian. Even though the NPA stuffed up, Zuma is just not the type of “family man” I want ruling the country my unborn kids need to grow up in.

  11. SheBee says:

    6k, my bra can flatten your bra any day. HAVE YOU MET MY BOOBS? Don’t challenge me, or I’ll be forced to invite you to step outside…

    Seriously though, Zuma can kiss my ass. He’s a barbarian. Even though the NPA stuffed up, Zuma is just not the type of “family man” I want ruling the country my unborn kids need to grow up in.

    Wayne – mistake? Here I thought it was just a question 😛

    Glugster, please. You’ll scare my readers away…

  12. Carlo says:

    First of all, nice article. It is almost as if people are too scared to stand up for what they believe anymore, and they think that the only solution to something is to run away. I say no. Stand up for what you believe. Dont be afraid to stand in line voting, thats the only way change will happen. Lost my point that I wanted to make… Oh well, to qoute a smart, clever person: “We should all bow down, close our eyes and vote blindly for Jacob Zuma? I don’t fucking think so.”

  13. Rose says:

    It comes to me as no surprise that Zuma will be our future president. People are willing to do anything for change…. and Zuma will say anything so that people (mainly his followers) will believe him that he will change the course of their future in a positive way… Bullshit. It is amazing that a person can be so gullible into thinking that our future president actually gives a shit about us – he thinks only of himself and wants to be topdog. South Africa as a country is spiralling out of control as racism threatens to destroy us once again. For how long will we pay for the sins of our forefathers?

  14. Shebee says:

    Wayne – you are welcome to swear and talk dirty to your hearts content, one thing I can’t tolerate is racism, please.

    This are being a friendly warning.

  15. Po says:

    Hey, I just really hope that Zuma does some good for the majority of really poor people in the country. But all evidence lies to the contrary. His main concern seems to be the “evil” and “lying” media! You know that is just because he has something to hide.

  16. Po says:

    Hey 6000, I never gave much thought to whether he was racist or not, why? I am more concerned about how he treats his fellow black people when he is all rich and powerful. Power corrupts and all that…

  17. 6000 says:

    Meh – I meant raPist.
    The media (esp Mondli Makhanya) have treated JZ really badly.

    But since I wrote that comment, I’ve decided to give up on SA politics and concentrate on sleeping.

  18. angel says:

    i am so with you on this shebeeliciousness… i don’t understand why the man has so much support. then again, his party hasn’t exactly displayed good judgement when it comes to who to support have they?
    its very disheartening…

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