Is He The Number One Doom Or Prophet Of Doom In South Africa?

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Kgotso ebe le lona Baratuwa! 

Ngiqininisle ngiqinisle ngithi, go on, take a back seat. Das right, sip (to your fill) whatever waters your throat thirst for as you read-digest the following script. Therefore, moratuwa, shall we begin this sermon by laying a foundation of a broader perspective? Yeah! Check this out. In the film Robin Hood, a vile Catholic Cardinal proclaims some of the earth-created reality of things.

“Fear is the greatest weapon in God’s arsenal. It is why the church concocted hell.”

Aaaah! Noted is your wondering ukuthi pho uCyril Ramaphosa ungenaphi? Biko-abeg-abeg! Ehe! Please turn on your reflection senses to carefully ponder the above line in bold, then the following…, Now…, The rhetoric of some politicians borrow from the speech tactics of the church or religious leaders. Hence it is not surprising the late Kenyan president, Mwai Kibaki could opine that politics and religion are inseparable. Ehe! Now, khona mhlokhapha of yesterday, we hear from a SABC report that ANC president Ramaphosa speaks like a religious leader campaigning for recruits to his church. According to Ramaphosa, without the ANC in existence and power, the country shall be a mess and its citizens miserable (as if that is not the case, to a large extent, right now).

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Check out The Death of Johannesburg –  a 113-pager PDF file of pictures circulating on social media. It is shows how -since 1994- Johannesburg got destroyed (under the watch of ANC leadership) because the majority trusted the movie-ment saying it was ready to govern. Kuphi la! Sure thing, proving the unreadiness of the ANC to administer the affairs of the state is the spike in the number of youth having easy access to life-destroying drugs, the potholes, dysfunctional public schools, load-shedding and so-on and so forth. And o! In case you missed it…, 

Under an ANC government, you can now add a newly National Energy Regulator of South Africa-approved 18.65% to your electricity tariffs.

And still with that pang of pain in the heart…, Let us get back to the SABC report, and thus we quote…,  “Cyril Ramaphosa believes South Africa has no future and the country will also be in trouble unless they continue renewing the party. The country depended on the renewal process of the ANC.”

There you are, an ultimatum. O! In case you forgot…, The ANC comes first and is the only party to (mis)govern South Africa. Therefore, it can get off lightly with spreading the spirit of -you know, terrorism and fear-mongering- of if you do not vote ANC into power…, Then, you are doomed to eternal hell. Hence Ramaphosa acts like a god of sorts. First, like some typical religious leader he drills fear into the vision and hearts of South Africans. Then with the target terrified to its knees, a salvation solution gets offered. In this instance – he and the ANC. Hang on a minute…! Think about it for a second…,  Is Ramaphosa saying if the ANC is not the custodian of South Africa, then somehow the party shall ensure the country is ungovernable? Nyan’ nyan’ uthini lotata? Is he for real like…, You know, like a boyfriend pre-empting a rebuff. So, uyafunga uyagomela of   swearing no one will have a particular woman if he does not. 

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And Ramaphosa Goes Further To Say…,

“We cannot be afraid of white men. They don’t have the power anymore.” Psss! Ninja, please!

A good contact of the writer laments…, ‘O-ho! that sell out. Ten out of ten, Ramaphosa probably thinks Caucasians are special.’ Another muntu chap tells of a personal experience. ‘While waiting to do some work needing the presence of Ramaphosa…, With our throats scratchy-thirsty and stomach growling, we waited for over an hour whilst he went up and down doing whatever. But a white woman, part of the crew, comes in, and like a smooth operator, Ramaphosa eagerly asks if she got offered tea (maybe with cupcakes). Not once did he even ask us Africans if we were ok?’

Hay’ umbhali wonyiwe. 

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