Monday, April 06, 2009

South Africa looking more like Zimbabwe

Two events in recent days show clearly what's wrong with the corrupt ANC dominated democracy that South Africa has become.

First, the South African government refused to grant a visa for the Dalai Lama. Presumably because the ANC had a long relationship with the Communist Party of China over many years. Nelson Mandela's grandson, Mandla Mandela is damning the move according to the Daily Telegraph he said "It's a sad day for South Africa, it's a sad day for Africa. We are a nation which is striving to be a leader the in African continent. I don't think as a sovereign independent country we need to succumb to international pressure". China appreciated it, Xinhua reported how the South African court said there was "no need" for the Dalai Lama to visit South Africa. No need for most things really is there?

Now the BBC reports South Africa prosecutors have dropped corruption charges against ANC Leader Jacob Zuma. It stinks of the judicial system no longer being independent from the government or the ANC.

The new Republic of Southern Zimbabwe?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

the new republic of southern zimbabwe? You don't mean Christchurch do you?

The latest from down there - spy cameras in the sky to 'shame' profligate energy users because the council's energy man has (apparantly unilaterally) decided that "the increase in the use of our energy is unsustainable and we must take immediate action to reverse the trend."

insider

libertyscott said...

Yes and the National government will do nothing to constrain local government!