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  1. They really need to modernize. There are AWG (atmospheric water generators) nowadays.

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  2. You have to pay for your water in Despatch, Uitenhage and PE. All the Whites have water meters installed. Where has the revenue gone from the ratepayers who are paying for their water usage ?

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  3. I’m open to correction so please correct me when i say i seem to remember from many years ago that only ratepayers who paid rates and taxes in P.E. were allowed to vote in the municipal elections. Non payers not allowed. Also that only the breadwinner who paid the rates for the household could vote. So in effect one vote per household.
    Okay to my way of thinking, in fairness to all and sundry, let the non payers be given a vote but the payers get 2 votes if not 3 or 4 depending on the overall ratio of payers and non payers.

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  4. The mean IQ of the Sub-Saharan Negroid Genetic Cluster is 69. Only 2.1% of these people have an aiQ over 100. Only 0.033% have an IQ over 120.

    This Globalist Unitary State CANNOT SURVIVE much longer. We warned de Klerk but he remained loyal to his Globalist Masters (the man in Johannesburg and the man in Stellenbosch).

    Now is the time to plan for two possibilities:- 1. Secession, in the scenario where mass violence has not yet occurred and 2. UDI where mass violence erupts. My opinion is that the second scenario is more likely.

    Let us stop wasting time on trying to get this unitary state to function. The cognitive disparity is far too great. The huge Gini Coefficient cannot be mitigated.

    The minorities must separate politically from the majority in a separate Federal state.

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  5. G of Africa wrote:

    I’m open to correction so please correct me when i say i seem to remember from many years ago that only ratepayers who paid rates and taxes in P.E. were allowed to vote in the municipal elections. Non payers not allowed. Also that only the breadwinner who paid the rates for the household could vote. So in effect one vote per household.
    Okay to my way of thinking, in fairness to all and sundry, let the non payers be given a vote but the payers get 2 votes if not 3 or 4 depending on the overall ratio of payers and non payers.

    I’m very inclined to favour differential votes based on a rating established by a combination of key factors. For example, an individual rating could be based on an examination of net worth, property ownership in the town or ward, perhaps measured by rates paid, IQ, educational qualifications and perhaps others.

    Another example may be a weighting for a driver’s licence, combined with a vehicle rating, so that a traffic factor might combine a driver rating with a vehicle rating, as well as a condition rating that differentiates on grounds of visibility, road conditions, wind and more; the combination of sensible factors would not have a good driver in an exceptional vehicle travelling on an open road in sunny conditions at a ridiculously low speed, applied to a poor driver using an unreliable vehicle in fog at night.

    In England, I encountered electronic speed limit signs, perhaps only on freeways, which are quickly changed, probably by a computerised traffic control system, which is fed with the basics of an incident at a particular point and alters limits from a distance, so as to reduce speed in steps, from one or both directions, as required. Even such a simple system would present difficulties and need interaction between road users or police, and system, but offer a vast improvement on roads with no such option. An ongoing analysis of traffic patterns in an AI system might handle the whole issue best.

    Such systems would face a multiplicity of problems, before they even went into operation; there’d be differences of opinion regarding the factors involved and who was qualified to decide, the policing of the whole matter and the authority to decide when disputes are unresolved or to be avoided. It’s all too complex to be adopted and would probably fail to be agreed, let alone introduced. Even a relatively simple approach could fail to reach implementation. How would the factors be decided, in the case of politicians? I imagine heated disputes or apathy akin to that in the old Port Elizabeth.

  6. PS. I believe that SA’s new political dispensation introduced a demockery, on its way from oligarchy to anarchy, which insisted that every individual of a certain adult age have a vote equal to that of anyone else, regardless of individual circumstances or ability. The ignorant masses may vote in any one of their number. I recall a joke concerning an African country that required a certain qualification before one could vote, but this did not apply for one to be elected. Unfortunately, elections frequently place incompetent people in positions of responsibility. This makes me think about how some Americans, who complained bitterly about Donald Trump, were able to elect Joe Biden, and ultimately to express their regret that they didn’t support the former.

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