I HAVE BEEN following the news and social network since the December ANC Conference and I am not impressed by those who are calling for the recalling of Comrade President Jacob Zuma. After the Polokwane, the biggest mistake that was done by the ANC is to recall Comrade President Thabo Mbeki.
We cannot repeat the same mistake again. The CR17 and the NDZ17 have gone with the conference now we have a united ANC. I have never support Cde Cyril Ramaphosa before the conference but I respect the decision taken by the branches by electing him, he deserves to lead the oldest revolutionary movement in the continent.
The ANC president Comrade Cyril Ramaphosa will lead this country after the current president finishes his full term. I’m happy Julius Malema who made a lot of noise and threaten to drag Comrade President Thabo Mbeki out of the Union Buildings is out of the ANC, he would have cause more brouhaha with his lack of political tolerance.
Now the ANC is healing after the conference which elected its leadership democratically free and fair.The recall of the Comrade Zuma will reopen the cracks and divide the revolutionary organisation. The fish and chips political parties like the DA and its youth wing the EFF will be singing celebration songs because they are planning to take this country through the back door as they have done to our metros.
There is nothing wrong having a state president who is not an ANC President. Comrade President will continue to deliver the promises of the ANC to the people .Comrade Ramaphosa is now the Commander in chief of the ANC and Cde Msholozi knows and understands that, so why some people are making unnecessary noise. If we allow the president to be recalled, the same thing will happen to Cde Ramaphosa, he will never finish his term.
Comrade Zuma is going nowhere until he finishes his term, we don’t care what the White Monopoly Capital thinks.
I am surprised by some clergymen who want the president to be recalled, what they are preaching to their congregation?. The Bible is very clear on our role with seeking revenge. In Romans 12:19, God tells us to never take revenge and to leave it to the Lord. God is the ultimate judge and when we seek revenge, we are taking His place. When we become overwhelmed with what others have done wrong, we become filled with anger and find ourselves focused on hate. God’s love and forgiveness is seen in our ability to love and forgive. Read this Bible verse about revenge to better understand the life of freedom that God wants for you!
An eye for an eye will leave the whole country blind.We cannot afford to have another president being recalled to settle old scores.
It is time to unite the African National Congress reclaim not only the metros but also the Western Cape which is being run like an imperial state by Zille and her gang. firstname.lastname@example.org