While everyone is encouraged by the ANC regime to help build the economy, so-called governors are making the taxpayers’ contribution to the Treasury wastefully wasted.
If R750m from the empty treasury is dumped to renovate the homes of ANC ministers and deputy ministers and even pay thousands of Rands for dog kennels, it’s no wonder the country is bankrupt.
In addition to the squandering, the Union Buildings’ rugs are being replaced by an astronomical amount, which raises the question of how much corruption has been found here again.
Since 2014, the power has once again become evident with the millions of Rand spent buying luxury cars for the ministers, and endurance does not end.
On May 25, the regime’s president is inaugurated, and millions of Rand are being offered to host the event at the Loftus Versveld Stadium where dozens of African leaders will also have a seat to be seen.
As a backdrop, it is not strange that the Boer Afrikaners refuse to go to the polls, because by voting, recognition is given to the government which is not a government for our people.
The arrogant argument that non-voters should not complain too, leaves peoples cold because we will complain, and we will blame everyone who voted “yes” when we could be another free nation in our own country.
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