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weeklyxpose.co.za

Created onSaturday 11th November 2017 @ 06:22 PM
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This is a fanatically "Pro Zuma" portal!
To quote from an article by the particularly biased writer Clyde N.S Ramalaine:

"You can know and trust one thing about white monopoly capital they will make some good money even from a claimed 'monster'.
So apartheid whites stream to attend these book launches, they gather en-masse and with a smug have the audacity to celebrate the uselessness of blacks in charge, a narrative they have always believed, now can pontificate with a sense of stoic arrogance while they seek to feed us this in hope we too will long for a white led SA.
All this time while clever blacks boasts they have all the books when they do not read any less reading the white interest agenda at play."

If you think that this style of writing is anything less than a blatant attempt at widening the gap between the various groupings in South Africa then I suggest that you wake up - and quickly.

Maybe the site should be called "weakexpose"???

Clyde N.S Ramalaine and his bosses Sushi King and Kenny Kunene had better take note that history will judge you harshly.
It is not a question of "if", it is a question of "when".


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