Deavmi 6 months ago
ANC 1993.

Seems like they didn't want a rainbow nation. Once a communist and terrorist group always a communist and terrorist group.

The ANC was cancer at the end of apartheid and are today. They didn't want unity, they wanted reverse apartheid.
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  • Deavmi 6 months ago
    Look up Stompi Sepei on Wikipedia @sigg3
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  • Deavmi 6 months ago
    The thing is that they didn't solve the issue really.

    Yes, Apartheid ended but fid it really. I mean they were from the beginning a communist marxist party.

    I hate them. Always have, from the beginning till now. They are terrorists, killed many innocent people and even their own.
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  • Sigg3 6 months ago
    That being said, the ANC undoubtedly played an important part in SA political history, and it's difficult (and speculative) to suggest things would have been better if someone else played their part.
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  • Sigg3 6 months ago
    I'm not an expert on SA politics, but any party that began simply as a reaction-to will often lack political platform beyond solving their founding issue.

    Take the Norwegian eco-party MDG. They solely exists to push environmental protection policies (which most people can largely agree with), but lack any real social profile or policy. What's even more confusing is that they fallback on some individual freedom bullshit and end up libertarian. (Libertarian doctrine is eco-indifferent.)
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