A businessman in Pretoria has donated a scholarship to the student who picked up the EFF litter during protest action on the campus of the University of the Free State.
Pretoria FM News reported that an anonymous businessman from Mangaung Metro saw the video of student, Eckard Binding, who continued to throw the junk back in the rubbish bin while EFF students who participated in the protest action repeatedly throws it out
The student of the University of the Free State, who in silent protest picked up the garbage scattered by students in EFF dress, demonstrated strongly the difference between this build-up and those breaking South Africa.
The video shows how student, Eckard Binding, picks up garbage that has been repeatedly taken by two members of the EFF from the rubbish bin and scattered around during a protest action. The video has made worldwide appearances and more than 1.5 million times have already been viewed on Facebook.
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The Freedom Front Plus (FF Plus) regards Binding’s behavior as commendable. It speaks of character, integrity and the need for order as opposed to vandalism.
There are parties in parliament as well as some elements in our society who want to stir up anarchy and violence and do not want to build up, restore, or create true equality or better South Africa for all the people who call this beautiful country their home.
Anarchy occurs in many forms. It manifests firstly in the way the EFF supporters in the video try to make a strong statement by scattering litter and deliberately humiliating a decent young man.
However, the only message they convey is that they are incapable of coming to power and not understanding what true leadership entails. The behavior of EFF members in parliament is an ego of poor student behavior.
A second form of anarchy is the ruling party’s overt corruption and the manner in which the treasury is deliberately plundered. The failure of local government, management and infrastructure brought our country to its knees. This makes the ANC just as bad as the EFF.
South Africa needs more people like Eckard Binding who want to build up and take a stand against the anarchists like the EFF and eventually be able to create a better South Africa for everyone by character, hard work and enforcement of law and order.
A single person has silently sent a loud message to South Africa and the rest of the world: anarchy will not be allowed to prevail over orderliness.