Friday, September 18, 2015

Wayne Minnaar

Metro police - for arresting 300 migrants in Johannesburg City Centre - Whoopee! I caught 3 real criminals in the process. "Those without papers will be deported" he said. I guess we will keep the criminals! Why not just catch the criminals and let the others be - the human suffering that these old Apartheid actions have, is surely something that could be avoided?

Monday, September 14, 2015

Mathole Motshekga

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Andrew Trench

for blocking comments on the News24 site. He should read this article

Grace Boroto

"Ms Boroto then ordered the EFF leader to leave the debating chamber. But Mr Malema stood his ground, after which the National Assembly chairwoman summoned Parliament’s new security recruits to remove him. Sixteen parliamentary security personnel stormed into the chamber and escorted Mr Malema out. The staff nearly came to blows with EFF MPs, who also left the House, clapping and cheering." One should be able to say anything in Parliament with absolute immunity. Where else could one speak one's mind without repercussions in SA. With all the other laws in South Africa controlling anything from hate speech to having to print lies on cigarette packets, one would hope that in the sacred halls of the legislature one could call a spade a spade if that is the way you see it - even if it is a shovel. Sorry, you fell from grace today - you should have let him say his say and then shut up, if he kept on talking, well... - then you may want to remove him for rowdy or other behaviour = but not to order him to retract what he was saying - even if somewhat misguided.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

John Robbie for falling for the scam

...and broadcasting to the world that Arnold Vosloo was killed in a car accident before checking his facts. Don't do it - I thought you were a journalist not spreader of unverified rumours. How about the story that the queen has a penis, Malema has Aids or Verwoerd was a queer and that Obama didn't deny having sex with a crocodile?

Friday, September 4, 2015


"Seftel revealed that the transport loop would remain a permanent feature once the festival was completed. “It will take another six or seven months to construct the loop permanently and then there will be only one lane for private cars on those roads.” - See more at: Is this what people want or is this what the planners and control freaks want. Seftel is acting quite poepolish with her first world public transport plans. We all agree that well run public transport systems are great. Only two interlinked provisos: do the population density and type of travellers warrant a specific public transport action will the project be sustainable (profitable). I get the feeling that this is another social engineering experiment at the taxpayers expense (similar to the flagship uneconomical Rea Vaya and Gautrain projects).