‘Black South Africans dehumanized, and turned into Lab Experiments’

Has South Africa’s entitlement culture resulted in South Africans becoming comfortable living with filth, even possibly welcoming it? Why is our government accepting, and possibly encouraging of this?

Could this affinity towards filth be part of our people’s misdirected passive aggressive protest for the horrific corruption & incompetence under the ‘post-Mandela’ era, and the subsequent precipitous decline in services and quality of life?

Could this lack of caring about sanitary living conditions and the environment be a reaction to the simmering anger at the slow advancement of our previously disadvantaged people, and coming out as resentment in this way ?

Could this laissez-faire attitude be a twisted way of trying to ‘create jobs’? After all, some misguided people feel we create more jobs because we are littering & polluting, and thousands are staying employed to pick up after us.

Or could it be another demented variation …’we were forced to pick up rubbish under apartheid, so we detest doing that now, and out of resentment we will never do anything like that again’

Or …’we don’t care’, and ‘who cares what tourists or visitors think!’

Or… ‘let’s stick it to the privileged-class and do whatever we want!’

Or …Have we been dumbed down, beaten down, and mentally shackled for so long we have lost our sense of logic and moral compass?

This mindset of ‘filth tolerance’ is clearly a direct threat to our safety and security as a nation. The ANC Government has aggravated this by their sprawling ineptness, and with the neglect of the health-system & terrible service delivery, and their undermining of the well-being of our struggling black population.

The compounded dangers of an apathetic population, and a government with sinister tendencies against its majority population, could have a knock-on effect.

The littering is a small component shadowed by deeper issues – For example sewage effluent runs in the streets and is poured into rivers. Millions of black citizens are affected by this as infectious viruses and bacteria invade food, drinking water and every vulnerable area in their bodies made susceptible by poor hygienic conditions.

When an epidemic strikes, our people pack into hospitals. Many of you will note that our state hospitals have been neglected by our ANC government in a horrific act of negligence. The government has in essence created an experimental laboratory environment where the breeding of mutated viruses and bacteria can be accelerated and imposed on our poor black citizens like rats. This environment is more toxic than the original effluent; the bacteria and viruses have easy pickings, in the weakened black petri-dish soup created by our moronic ANC government.

Mzansi – why do we allow the ANC to threaten our lives and jeopardize our safety and security as a black nation in this way?

Where is our self-respect towards everything Ma’ Africa has given us? Look at how we treat our towns, streets, water, land and ocean? Are these elements also not part of our physical and psychological well being as an African people?

If we abuse the land now, what does that mean for land we own in the future?

Let us be responsible stewards of our land, our bodies, and those of us we would call ‘vulnerable’. We must treat our environment with respect, in the same way we want to be treated ourselves…and clearly that means ridding ourselves of the primary virus affecting the health of the citizens of Mzansi.

Yes, the virus is the African National Congress – they are what ails us. They are the filth that must be quickly eliminated so we may rejuvenate ourselves, and restore health & dignity to our citizens.

Originally published by COM on Facebook.

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'Black South Africans dehumanized, and turned into Lab Experiments’ Has South Africa's entitlement culture resulted in South Africans becoming comfortable living with filth, even possibly welcoming it? Why is our government accepting, and possibly encouraging of this? Could this affinity towards filth be part of our people’s misdirected passive aggressive protest...