South Africa owes a huge debt of gratitude the great revealer of dirty state secrets, Paul O'Sullivan, and now even more so because it was O'Sullivan's intervention that opened a can of festering worms and exposed them to the burning light of these enquiries. These enquiries are delivering such jaw dropping findings, can we get any more shocking stories about Jacob Zuma and the depths of treason that was just another day in our young democracy's downfall Shock and horror and now we await the warrants Will they come Or do we have to wait for the elections before we get our justice And will we get any of the money back We need housing, sanitation, education, not pot bellied multi millionaires who continue to corrupt and bribe and maladministrate. Their names are popping to the surface like apples in a barrel of water. It must be so embarrassing, or are they all just laughing at our sense and sensibilities Knowing that they are untouchable and nothing will ever come of it.
The State Security Agency and the Special Operations unit have been exposed in a high level review panel report as Zuma's influence took hold and transformed this vital state organ into his plaything. The report says, "Due to wide-ranging resource abuse, the SSA became in effect a 'cash cow' for many of its members and external stakeholders,"the two agencies were on a rampage. Zuma has come out saying that the damning report was written by apartheid spies. It is comical, a real laugh a minute.
Meanwhile it was happening everywhere, and still is, one Eskom executive is alleged to have channelled an R800 million contract to his daughter's company that then produced substandard work on the Kusile power plant, that will now cost us, the people, again.
Julius has a wonderful solution, get the white's to offer baleta to African women, that will definitely sort out all our problems. If that doesn't work then resort to violence as Julius displayed when he threatened another attack on the deputy speaker of parliament, turning what is supposed to be the most honourable house of our country into another circus act.
Company fall out and Aspen the drug and pharmaceutical company is shedding value faster than my dog is shedding hairs and he sheds a rug a day. Aspens shares have plummeted like a lead balloon, losing R19 Billion in a matter of a few hours. Bad news for our economy with the Government Employees Pension Fund owning more than 12% of the fund and the ramifications keep ramming. But Cyril is steaming ahead, promising more universities.
Big Pharma has other problems too, with some estimates saying that medical marijuana could cost them as much as over $18 Billion if all 50 states legalise medical marijuana.
Wising up to the world chess game and China now owns 10 times the amount of Australian land it did last year, notching up 14 million hectares, which is two and a half per cent of all agricultural land. I wonder how much African land China owns. Google that why don't you
America is squeezing its will onto Venezuela while playing both sides in the India Pakistan conflict. The U.S. has spent six trillion dollars on wars that killed half a million people since November the eleventh 2001.
But never mind nuclear war between India and Pakistan, the climate will get us in the end. As we spew out billions of tons of garbage, wehave now reached a point where there is so much CO2 in the worlds atmosphere that there isn't enough space on earth to plant enough trees to solve the CO2 problem. The trees cannot save us anymore.
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