Traitor de Klerk, the ex-President of South Africa, and joint Nobel Peace Prize winner with Terrorist Mandela, is at it again. He's trying to convince the world that what's going on in South Africa is just normal bumps in the road and nothing to worry about. According to him all the pessimists about the country will be proved wrong. Well, the list of pessimists is growing daily, so he has some convincing to do!
Well, well, well. It must be bad enough to get this cockroach out from his hiding place, to come to the defence of the useless, corrupt, filth called the ANC.
De Klerk is a Liberal. He is also a traitor to his own Afrikaans people and the rest of the White population. In fact, he is a Liberal first and everything else second, so he will NEVER admit that he farked up. Big time. So monumentally huge did he fark up that he can't even live among his Black brothers. In a BBC interview broadcast in April 2012, he said he lived in an all-White neighbourhood. He had five servants, three Coloured and two Black: "We are one great big family together; we have the best of relationships."
He sure lives well on his 50 pieces of silver he received for acting a bigger traitor than Mandela.
According to this a-hole, South Africa has‚ on the whole‚ done pretty well since 1994. WHAT???? Seriously dude? You need to have your mental status checked out by one of those Black Sangoma witchdoctors you think are cool.
He further said that: "SA was regarded as an international model for democracy‚ constitutionalism‚ human rights and the rule of law."
International model for democracy??? Human rights???? Rule of law???????? Constitutionalism????????
He's off his rocker. There is no other explanation for this, apart from suffering from Liberalism.
And he carried on digging his hole:
“Where we score badly is in those areas of national activity that fall under the responsibility of government. We are in the bottom 20% with regard to the quality of our education system; the business cost of crime and violence; HIV prevalence; and labour market efficiency. What emerges from all this data is a picture of dysfunctional government on the one hand and a fairly sophisticated private banking and commercial sector on the other."So, first he builds up the lie and then admits to the HUGE problems which have brought the country to its knees. But, he says, there is good news! And what's that you ask? Well, according to Flat-Nose de Klerk, the useless, corrupt, half-wits in government are " increasingly aware of its own shortcomings and is in the process of adopting realistic plans to address them."
Hahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. There goes my morning coffee.
I want to see him take a nice long walk at night near one of those Black townships that he thinks reflects the success of the ANC government. Go on de Klerk. You're not a bang-gat (scaredy pants) are you?
Former SA President FW de Klerk says he is confident that South Africans will once again prove the pessimists are wrong.
“Worrying about the future is - and always has been - a central aspect of being a South African. Since 1652 visitors to our country have generally concluded that ’it is a lovely place - but cannot possibly last for another five years’. However‚ time and time again‚ experience has proved that the pessimists were wrong‚” he told the Swiss Chamber South Africa in Zurich on Tuesday.
“At the moment‚ South Africa is once again experiencing serious international perception problems. They arise from the news coverage of a number of recent and current developments in the country‚” he added.
In his speech‚ de Klerk said that it was important to retain balance in one’s assessment of the complex SA society.
“In fact‚ South Africa has‚ on the whole‚ done pretty well since 1994‚” he noted.
He said that SA was regarded as an international model for democracy‚ constitutionalism‚ human rights and the rule of law.
SA had experienced 18 years of economic growth‚ only briefly interrupted in 2009. SA produces 30% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s gross domestic product with only 6.5% of its population. The regulation of SA’s stock exchange and accounting standards are the best in the world according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report.
“Where we score badly is in those areas of national activity that fall under the responsibility of government. We are in the bottom 20% with regard to the quality of our education system; the business cost of crime and violence; HIV prevalence; and labour market efficiency. What emerges from all this data is a picture of dysfunctional government on the one hand and a fairly sophisticated private banking and commercial sector on the other. The good news‚ as far as I am concerned‚ is that government is increasingly aware of its own shortcomings and is in the process of adopting realistic plans to address them. It is doing so under the guidance of our National Planning Commission - which is led by former finance minister Trevor Manuel‚” he observed.
“South Africa will succeed - provided that we can work together as South Africans to support our Constitution; to demand the rights that it guarantees; and to achieve the vision of human dignity‚ equality and enjoyment of human rights and freedoms that it articulates. So the next time you see negative headlines about South Africa‚ I would invite you all to look a little deeper at the picture and consider the enormous potential that our country offers. I‚ personally‚ am confident that we South Africans will once again prove that the pessimists are wrong‚” he said.