So, Ramaphosa Must Go. Aye Kwini?

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Look at Ramaphosa, look him nice, ne. 

Now, should you look closely, in due course you might see…, Haay maan Juju. Not the bootiful nose of the president. We are serious here. So, in front of you, in him, that will be Ramaphosa…,

Yes. You might behold, among others, a garden tool that could be very useful to capital. Of ngi rongo bangani? Just in case you did not get the memo. Explicitly speaking, President Cyril Ramaphosa is the best black thing to have ever happenned to South African whites since 1652. Better than Nelson Mandela. Someone suspects on the 17 November 1952, the birthday of Ramaphosa, makgoa burst into that A King Is Born Christmas song. JUBILANTLY so. The father Christmas wabelungu. He turns seventy this year. 

Heee…he, please turn the nine up-side down in year 1952, don’t you get 1652?

Anyway, the former unionist…, 

Hee-e! akenimeni. With his supposed revolutionary beard back in the day, did Ramaphosa mislead workers into taking his as their father Christmas? Above all, did he even fight for the workers to begin? Well, perhaps suggesting the contrary is the Sibanye-Stillwater ongoing workers strike in addition to the murder of Marikana workers. Just to mention a few.

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RAMAPHOSA IS GOOD BUSINESS FOR SOME PEOPLE

You see…, 

Moreover, where big money speaks, the rest got treated as balder. Kanene, what is that saying about money talking and bullpoo making a stink as it walks? 

Of course, the rest will be this writer and you, the #Ramaphosamustgo campaigner. Askies ne. Ane. That is if uhlabekile. 

Anyway, Ramaphosa is profitable, a great return on investment for underground chamber massive monies people. In 2019, just before he got selected to preside over affairs of the country, itchy fingers began a sentence with – Money Has Spoken. Yes, it continues to speak.

Haa! Unamanga wena, bowungazi ukuthi serious money people, desperately wanted Ramaphosa to win the 2019 elections, not the ANC per se. Thula ngutshene ke. The Economist magazine decreed as follows:

“Cyril Ramaphosa is the rainbow nation’s best bet, despite his rotten party. South Africans should back him.” 

Furthermore, Ramaphosa got described as a good man belonging to and leading a criminal organisation. Nizwile! The divorce between the ANC and Ramaphosa got done on his behalf and for him by money. So, sealing the CR17 bank statements was favour returned. #Ramaphosamustgo people nizoba strong. Yazi nizoba.

MZANSI DARKIES, YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN

It is certainly not owing to the love of South Africa and its people that money, more especially from the West, is happy with Ramaphosa as president. John Pilger, the Australian investigative journalist, spills the beans to spoil in his book, Secret Agendas. 

He says it was, for the most part, owing to the efforts of Ramaphosa that the pre-1994 election compromises got reached, leaving economic power in the hands of the corporate-white elite.

Bakwethu, Ramaphosa is married to money. In his world of dealings, South Africans, the black majority, got taken for granted like an uncared for side chick.

MORE WRITINGS ON THE WALL

In a piece published by Business Maverick, Sasha Planting told of ‘Goldman Sachs making a bet in 2017 that Cyril Ramaphosa would emerge the victor at the ANC elective conference. Following his ascendancy to the Presidency – he would implement market-friendly reforms that would drive economic growth in South Africa. JOBLESS GROWTH!

With this in mind, the investment bank applied for a South African banking license.’ Who are the Goldman with sacks?

In his book Human Race Get off Your Knees, David Icke references Marketwatch columnist Paul Farrel saying Goldman Sachs rules the world. The Rolling Stone Magazine described Goldman Sachs as a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity. Then wena you want to #Ramaphosamustgo.

OHO!

Your president is probably singing like that chick in the Doc Sheleza song Ebumnandini. He would be going something like…,“Iyo! kumnandi la, angiyi ndawo.”

To conclude. Please read, AGAIN, the memo. Would you. Money people that invested in Ramaphosa, making him a wealthy man, all these years still want their return on investment. 

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