• Blackness posted an update 4 days, 13 hours ago

    M truly shocked by the amount of small talk on Twitter. The west is at it again sidetracking Africans to talk about celebrities that have nothing to celebrate when there’s serious things to discuss

    • People are easily distracted, it takes no time for them to skip from one point of focus to another. But what’s more intriguing is that people dont seem to take South Africa’s progress personally. There is no sense of citizenship at all
        • so typical of colonized people. Thy wait for someone to shape their destiny, and when it is too late they complain that the other person is evil, yet they don’t do anything to shape their own destiny. There is a price to pay for being spectators.
        • Hahahahaha the problem is the fight for freedom stops in people heads. The first issue in South Africa was this idea that everything stolen from black people would be returned. This just created a sense of complacency in the minds and hearts of South Africans. Secondly, the promises made to the people of SA by the ruling party also had an effect. The parents were promised jobs, free education, electricity, water and an extra burger. And so those parents just didnt bother to do much because they knew their kids would get everything. And so the kids dont do much because they are still trying to cash in on the lromsues made to their parents.

          And so I think a good start, is for the ruling party to hold a conference and tell people that they should forget about every promise made to the and make their on means to succeed.

          I was had a conversation with some young guy yesterday, and he says to me, the government should scrap the RDP housing program completely. And all that money should be directed to hospitals. And I couldn’t help but feel a sense of hope, because the youth are starting to see that they are being held back by ancient promises. And so I’m positive about the future of this country, it starts with one man and woman.