SONA – one middle finger in parliament says it all

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If you translate the shenanigans in Jacob Zuma’s South African so-called parliament you need to be innovative. So spare a thought for this poor bugger.

As the events unfolded on the Parliamentary precinct before the country’s State of the Nation Address (SONA), which showed the nation that the ANC under Jacob Zuma has broken Parliament, broken the Constitution and broken the country, this poor guy had translate it into sign language.

But – as this picture proves – he mainly got it right; and hopefully he intended the sign for non other than the Zumster himself.

Meanwhile the opposition party Democratic Alliance say the violence in Parliament does nothing for the millions of South Africans still living in poverty, and without hope. They must be disheartened and appalled at the events of this evening.

Now the mission to get rid of the useless liberation movement ANC must start in earnest to save South Africa’s democracy.

The DA said the violence and disorder witnessed is the direct result of a “corrupt political party clinging onto power by using fear tactics and intimidation”.

The army and riot police were deployed to bully Members and journalists, pepper spray was used in the Parliamentary chamber, and Members of Parliament were physically assaulted and removed from the chamber.

Parliament ought to be a place where the public can engage with issues facing our nation. It is deplorable that ordinary members of the public were pepper sprayed while attending this evenings sitting.

But Jacob Zuma and his ANC planned this mayhem. Days before SONA, the Parliamentary precinct, the streets surrounding, and the inner city were swamped with thousands of police officers, riot police and the military.

The DA said they unequivocally condemn the deployment of the army and riot police inside the precinct of Parliament. “We must now take legal action to ensure that security forces are never used in Parliament again?

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