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SOUTH AFRIKA, WAS IT BETTER IN APARTHEID.
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1506230:MV8xNjMwNTU4XzI2OTMwMDM5X0EzMjMzNUJB] It makes me sad to hear that people that have never lived in South Africa make comments on things they know nothing about. I don't remember much of the apartheid era but I do know that things have gotten really bad and that South Africa is no longer the boundless beautiful country that I love and call home. From my personal experience I believe that South Africa is still caught up in apartheid (now just reversed) and it is doing irreversible damage to everything and everyone in it. Most people just want to move on and let South Africa grow to its full potential but as things are at the moment and with the people in control things may very well go the same way as Zimbabwe sooner than we think. [/quote]
you may think that the white people "tortured" black people during aparthied or that mandela was just fighting for a "better" south afrika but i'll tell you the SA was a first world country while apartheid was in motion until the "kindness" of nato turned SA into a third world country and that mandela wasnt fighting for freedom, he was a communist' terrorist and was trying to overthrow the SA government, he was a terrorist, worse than al-qeada.:
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