Confusion: Pray for Malema
Some of you may be thinking why I’m writing about politics that I know nothing about, but all of these politics have a bad impact on my country.
I don’t really want to write about Julius Malema, but his actions are unacceptable. (Hope he will come to his senses one day) Everybody knows he is an influential man, a bad one. I’ve watched numerous debates and shows about voters complaining about their own leaders. These people are so confused, living with masks over their faces.
A few months after the election, the majority of the voters who voted for a specific party complained and wanted to riot. It just boggles my mind. Why vote for people that you know won’t bring change?
The newspapers are full of Malema and his nonsense that drives me insane. Why don’t they…
I do salute the AGRI Forum and the people who got to shut him up. This advertisement in Die Burger is the best I’ve ever seen. [A homeless man sleeping with the newspaper: “ Malema builds a R16 million mansion."]
South Africans will pray for the downfall of the ANC like they did with the apartheid government, Archbishop Desmond Tutu said in Cape Town earlier today.
In this world we will never get the perfect president, but we must learn to endure and pray that our hearts will stay pure.
Posted on October 4, 2011, in Life, People, politics and tagged bad, confusion, current leaders, die burger, elections, influential leaders, Julius Malema, people, political leaders in south africa, politics, pray, pure. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.