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ZA Elections show significant swing.
« on: August 07, 2016, 12:25:33 AM »
The cANCer lost double digit figures mainly in the economic hubs, but still retain traditional support (where they continue to BS the crowds).  :icon_eek:

People are starting to realise that this lot are not the liberators they thought they were, but a bunch of lying thieves... from day one.  :t
It just took seventy- eleventy to show them that, and now the pressures on to get rid of them completely.
Amazing what a bit of technology and 'education' can do..
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Re: ZA Elections show significant swing.
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2016, 03:31:37 AM »
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Re: ZA Elections show significant swing.
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2016, 04:10:31 PM »
@VAN - yes education is key  !

I'am reminded of an EU country which wanted citizens to study all political parties,
write an exam to test their knowledge, & only then, allow them to vote.

Should be a mandatory voting scheme everywhere - in the short term anyhow.  :greensml:

Then there's the theory that majority rule is completely flawed and therefore democracy
- re: bounded rational decision making becomes impossible. Humans are visceral creatures
that tend to put "wants" before "needs". "Us" before "them". The viewpoints are skewed
to a narrow frame that disallows descent and almost always detracts from a holistic outcome
that improves the circumstance or environment.

In a composite society, marginalized communities become further isolationist and eventually
militaristic. In essence they "feel" disenfranchised by the process of democracy. Just because
there more of the opposition than yourself  - establishes the "want" of thinning the opposition.
This catastrophe in action may be seen in action everywhere on earth. Conflict situations are
absences of bounded rational.

Were all F---ed if we keep to this thinking. Let's rule the world via assembly generated AI, and give *hutch*, admin rights. :P




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Re: ZA Elections show significant swing.
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2016, 05:21:31 PM »
You may have to be careful with that suggestion, I may end up cloned as a Rothchild zombie selling the arse of the country (for peanuts) to the lowest bidder after installing a fascist police state that tramples on all opposition, shuts down civil rights and is funded by the population to control them on behalf of the elite.
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Re: ZA Elections show significant swing.
« Reply #4 on: August 08, 2016, 05:53:47 PM »
I believe Hutch knows himself all to well...I myself could never be trusted running government,being all to human,,and human is really nothing to be trusted.Sadly. :(

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Re: ZA Elections show significant swing.
« Reply #5 on: August 08, 2016, 06:24:55 PM »
human is really nothing to be trusted.Sadly. :(

RIGHT! Where are our Martian members when we really need them?  :greensml:

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Re: ZA Elections show significant swing.
« Reply #6 on: August 09, 2016, 10:31:36 AM »
anunitu,

Its not me that I don't trust, its the pervasive level of control that massive money exerts across the western world. Either kiss our arse or we will fund the opposition in your country to start a revolution to overthrow your government and either kill you (like Gadaffi, Saddam) or invent a set of human rights abuses and send you to the NATO Hague tribunal where you will be incarcerated for years awaiting trial (and die there like Milosevic).

Just as a footnote, poor old Slobo was shafted by NATO for not kissing their arse.

ICTY Exonerates Slobodan Milosevic for War Crimes
http://inserbia.info/today/2016/07/icty-exonerates-slobodan-milosevic-for-war-crimes/

Milosevic died in captivity in the Hague after being denied medical treatment for a heart condition.
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Re: ZA Elections show significant swing.
« Reply #7 on: August 09, 2016, 06:12:03 PM »
I think the cANCer were also being manipulated with big money, but these guys are too stupid and greedy to do anything properly, so in the end stuffed up on a grand scale.
The good thing about africa, is that the west/east doesn't really understand the african mind to well  (it's like a closed shop) and things can spin out of control very quickly  :biggrin:
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Re: ZA Elections show significant swing.
« Reply #8 on: August 10, 2016, 03:48:14 PM »
@VAN:

So I heard a report this morning (10/08/2016) on the REAL outcome of the ZA elections.

It seems that before the vote the ANC was in control of 83% of the entire country's municipal budget,
as arrived at during the last elections held in 2011.

Now after this election (2016) the ANC only control 26%. So they might be in control of the country as government
but not the money ! Promptly the Rand (our currency) strengthened and economic outlooks have improved. Go figure  :greenclp:
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« Reply #9 on: August 11, 2016, 01:15:39 AM »
The good thing about africa, is that the west/east doesn't really understand the african mind to well  (it's like a closed shop) and things can spin out of control very quickly  :biggrin:

I don't get it ... Why is that a "good" thing?

BTW most of the west / east doesn't understand a d*mn thing too well, African mind included.

I hope the next crew will be an improvement but can't help thinking of an old "Who" song: Meet the new boss / same as the old boss

Good luck ... !
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Re: ZA Elections show significant swing.
« Reply #10 on: August 11, 2016, 06:16:09 AM »
Well, it just means it's difficult to bribe someone in the long term - or ' Here today Gone tomorrow'.
The downside is that africa can never really grow like it's western/eastern neighbours, which further complicates local matters.

Raistlin: Ja I heard something like that but wasn't sure on the numbers. But a great thing in any case.
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