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Monday, 19 January 2009

A commie deputy president for South Africa?

Several commentators have pointed out that the left-wing tail is currently
wagging the much larger ANC dog. The ANC attracts millions of votes in
elections, but the SA Communist Party has fewer than 50,000 members. The
Polokwane conference in December 2007 however amounted to a virtual
left-wing coup d'etat in the ANC, with the left-wing allies of Cosatu and
the SA Communist Party effectively taking control by means of its Manchurian
Candidate, the hopelessly compromised Jacob Zuma, an un-educated, corrupt
puppet with some very big skeletons in his closet.

The conference in question laid the groundwork for the ousting of president
Mbeki, which duly happened in 2008. Mbeki was replaced by a caretaker
president, Kgalema Motlanthe. However, it is by no means certain that
Motlanthe will be retained as deputy president once Jacob Zuma takes over
power in 2009 after the elections, as is widely expected.

There is intense speculation, including in the Sunday Times newspaper, that
another candidate is waiting in the wings. One whose deputy presidency will
be a sop to Zuma's puppet masters, and effectively the true seat of power in
South Africa, the Communist Party. The name of Blade Nzimande, none other
than the Dear Leader and Chairman of South Africa's commies, is rumoured to
be in the hat.

Is this not a truly elevating prospect? A communist deputy president. South
Africa will then formally have joined such illustrious company as North
Korea and Cuba as one of the very few Marxist states left on the planet.

The madness of the criminal ANC regime must be stopped - by force, if

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