LETTER: SA does not need a coup

2022-01-25 05:18:00 AM

LETTER: SA does not need a coup

LETTER: SA does not need a coup

Attacks on several national key points can’t be coincidental and appear to be deliberate sabotage

24 January 2022 - 16:24Picture: ISTOCKThe SA government is itself in a state of disaster. One wonders if the department of state security is even aware of this, because we have been witnessing disturbing scenes that appear to be deliberate sabotage.Attacks on several national key points can’t be coincidental; it is clear that someone is behind this. As much as the government wants to keep certain information from the public, it must take us into its confidence and convince us that it is capable of dealing with this crisis.

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South Africa certainly would need a coup, for the betterment of the country! And speculation remains speculation! Please keep up the good work, it was mind blowing when I opened my wallet and saw profit of R70k from the investment of R7600 MichaelWeldon_

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LETTER: We should welcome foreign nationalsThe problems in our country may one day force South Africans to seek refuge elsewhere Please keep up the good work, it was mind blowing when I opened my wallet and saw profit of R70k from the investment of R7600 MichaelWeldon_ Why? Are they bringing their own schools, hospitals, doctors, homes, infrastructure. Or are the competing for what the south africans have. Influx of foreigners will kill all services and opportunities for South african people. PutSouthAfricaFirst South Africans first. Illegal immigration is against the law.

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One wonders if the department of state security is even aware of this, because we have been witnessing disturbing scenes that appear to be deliberate sabotage. Attacks on several national key points can’t be coincidental; it is clear that someone is behind this. “Thank you for your love SA and our beautiful continent of Africa. As much as the government wants to keep certain information from the public, it must take us into its confidence and convince us that it is capable of dealing with this crisis. In addition, it would garner far more revenue than would result from increasing the rate of tax on the already compliant. SA has become a joke to other countries because of the incompetence of our leaders. You have been kind, loving and deeply invested. It is also clear that there is a serious campaign to unseat the president, and the two cannot be separated.   David Wantling.

SA does not need a coup, we are quite capable of choosing the government we want through elections, which have been proven free and fair over the past decades. Read the full post below: “To every contestant who stood in front of us. Our leaders need to sober up and put the interests of the country first. They must not use underhand means to fight their political battles. I don’t take lightly the act of doing that for the world to see. Our national key points should be off limits, and the government must stop playing hide and seek with us.  Tom Mhlanga . Thank you for trusting me as one of your judges.