RAMAPHOSA’s ANSWER TO THE ELECTION FRAUD THAT CATAPULTED THE THE ANC BACK INTO POWER: HERE ARE THE OLD CRIMINALS BACK IN PARLIAMENT AGAIN.

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Article compiled and posted by: White Nation correspondent Cape Town  16 May  2019

 

 

 

SOUTH AFRICA– THE  PIRATE’s REALM DOWN SOUTH

 

 

THE 2019 elections of South Africa was a total fraud- PERIOD! There were numerous cases of election fraud, ballot paper rigging, ballot paper theft, double voting and many cases of “spoiled” ballot papers where there was no spoiled ballot papers at all. To conclude-  this farce election was one total f*ck-up and should have been called off.

But the “controllers” and the ANC were hell-bent to win- and to re-instate a corrupt and criminal pack of hoodlums back into power- and as expected were the goons running the Electoral Comission show paid off to deny any of these allegations although many pictures and videos showed the contrary of gross election fraud going around. They simply plugged their ears, donned their dark Ray-Bans...and declared the election “free and fair! Not that we expect anything else that is. And that is not all- just to show the public the more “unpleasant  side” of his furry arse- did Cyril Rhamaphosa further decide to  insult the public more by re-appointing old hoodlums and gangsters that are supposed to be behind bars BACK into parliament. That is standard ANC operational handbook-stuff- never fire a corrupt criminal- just re-appoint him into a new gravy train seat.

Following the outcome of the 2019 fake elections, 14 parties will make up the new Parliament – led by the ANC. (as usual) The ANC has dominated Parliament by election rigging since it rose to power after the 1994 elections-  but has now dropped below 60% for the first time. With a support base of 57.5%, the ANC has lost 19 seats in Parliament, now commanding 230 positions. This puts the party 35 seats short of a two-thirds majority. The ANC was not the only party to lose out, with the DA – another party with double standards- also slipping in numbers. The DA had 89 seats in the previous Parliament and has lost five of those (for a total of 84). The biggest winner is the EFF, who added 19 seats, taking its total to 44.

 

 

Among the list of published names, a few dirty stinkers  will be making their return to the seat of government, including former finance and home affairs minister, Malusi Gigaba; former social development minister Bathabile Dlamini; former mineral resources minister Mosebenzi Zwane; and former water and sanitation minister Nomvula Mokonyane. The ANC live up to their old corrupt self- re-appointing old criminals into new positions.  These dirty tramps have been mired in controversy, hailing from the Zuma presidency. Gigaba stepped down as home affairs minister and resigned as a member of parliament in November 2018, following court rulings that he had lied under oath. He was also implicated in the dealings of the Gupta family and the state capture scandal.

Zwane as also been implicated in Gupta affairs, and was widely criticized for working against the South African mining industry by pushing an anti-business mining charter. He was shuffled out of government when Cyril Ramaphosa took over as president. Most recently, Mokonyane was implicated in alleged bribery in the Bosasa saga– while Dlamini has been criticized for allegedly orchestrating the 2017 social grants crisis, and wasting millions of rands in taxpayers’ money.

Both dirty politicians kept a place in government after Ramaphosa took the helm, with Dlamini becoming minister of women in the presidency, and Mokonyane moving to environmental affairs. The ANC was called out by opposition parties ahead of the 2019 elections for keeping these names on its election lists. However, analysts have pointed out that they remain popular leaders within the party, and would have sown divisions among factions within the ANC had they been omitted. While these figures have been re-elected to parliament, it will be up to president Cyril Ramaphosa to determine if they will have a place in national government.

New parties

Among the names are representatives of new parties who earned enough votes to head to Parliament in 2019. From GOOD, the political rabbit Patricia de Lille and former bodyguard Shaun August will take the party’s two seats. Mzwanele Mayni is absent from the ATM’s representation in parliament, with party president Vuyolwethu Zungula and former Eastern Cape ANC MEC Thandiswa Marawu showing for the party. The first sitting of the sixth Parliament of South Africa will be on 22 May 2019 – with Ramaphosa expected to announce a new cabinet before the end of the month.

 

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Here’s the full list of politicians who will make up South Africa’s 6th Parliament

 

 

 

 

 

 

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