Sho, but we are an angry bunch, aren’t we?
The previously disadvantaged are angry about being currently disadvantaged, and their children are angry about being underprivileged. The not-really-underprivileged are angry about the situation of the actually-underprivileged, and angrier still at the actually-privileged for failing to do anything about it. The actually-privileged are angry about everyone else being angry. Racists are angry with each other; and non-racists are angry about the racism. Our criminal president, who’s bad with finance, watches on as our finance minister is labelled a criminal, while pulling South Africa out of the International Criminal Court, no less. Unrest is becoming our default position and blame is catching faster than the flames of a burning educational institution. And to make matters worse, the Springboks are up to sh*t.
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