A Letter to the Republic of South Africa

Republic of South Africa

9 Provinces

11-12 Almost Official Languages

Democratic Country

 

Date: 27 04 1994

 

Subject: Our relationship

 

Dear  our Country

I am very happy and sad to write this letter to you. However, i would like to first  tell you what makes me happy about you and then will tell you what makes me sad about you.

Things which makes me happy about you are as follows:

Number one;        you are very beautiful, warm, caring and like to                                                 make everyone happy, Everyday.

Number two;        you make sure everyone has a chance to good                                                   health, safety and security and social livelihoods,

Number three;    you have drafted the best supreme law for us so                                               that we know whats best for us so that we can all                                             live in harmony in our backyards.

Number four;       you make sure we all cry together at the same time                                         and wipe each other’s tears.

Number Five;      you take us seriously and so do we.

Now, let me tell you the things which makes me sad about you.

Number one;       you want us to read the same one book and abide by                                      it without considerations of our diverse cultural                                              ethnic backgrounds.

Number two;      when we cry, you appear to be listening and                                                         sympathetic and keep on ignoring us.

Number three;   you wait for the damage to be great to set                                                            corrective measures.

Number four;      you seldom forget we co-exist and must make                                                    decisions together.

Number five;       you are ruining the fun, instilling fear and doubt in                                          our safety and security, smoking into  our lungs, and                                      suffocating us.

Now you listen, the Republic of South Africa, we love and we want you to know we co-exist and must make decisions together. So when are you ready to do a do-over? before the sadness takes over.

what do you say now?

Your response will be appreciated as soon as possible.  This will assure us of our current status. The letter may kindly reflect the current year date to show progress and intentions of resolving our problems.

Your truthfully & with love.

Human Police Policing Human Pty Ltd

 

 

 

One thought on “A Letter to the Republic of South Africa”

  1. Dear Republic of South Africa

    Good day.

    I recently watched the movie ‘Cry my beloved Country’ I nearly cried but for vastly different reasons.

    According to Loyisa Gola, his words paraphrased or to this effect “The President must finish his term and he must do as much damage as possible. Because he did not hide anything before being elected, he told people that he had standard five, he was facing 783 charges and he showed the people who his friends were and people still elected him President. So people need to learn and choose their leaders wisely”

    Disclaimer: The views expressed are those of the comedian and not the writer.

    Mzansi & Africa shall rise.

    Amandla!

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