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May 14 2019

Beaches Soaked in Sewage in Rainbow Utopia

Social engineers may have to choose between the good of the planet and other aspects of their agenda. South Africa seemed to be their ultimate triumph: a First World country turned over to communists of color to be looted and destroyed in the name of equity and social justice. However, this has turned out poorly not only for the people who produce South Africa’s food, but also for Gaia.

Earlier we learned that South African rivers have become open sewers. Now we read this:

The severe sewage discharge followed massive amounts of rubbish piling up on Durban’s streets after municipal workers went on an unprotected strike, protesting against salary hikes awarded to Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) veterans.

Envy. As Bill Whittle has eloquently explained, it’s what leftist economics boils down to.

MK was the armed wing of the ruling African National Congress, cofounded by liberal demigod Nelson Mandela himself.

It emerged last month on the eve of this week’s election that some MK vets employed by the city had received pay increases from R9 000 to R20 000. Many were employed in eThekwini’s already dysfunctional Durban Solid Waste (DSW) department. The strike, including blockades and dumping of refuse in the city centre, took place amid Africa’s biggest international tourism conference, the Tourism Indaba, taking place in Durban. Bathing, surfing and fishing have been banned in Durban due to raw sewage flowing into the water. Hundreds of thousands of litres of raw sewage are flowing into the port every hour.

Tourists, like fish, are advised to steer clear of the rainbow utopia.

The eThekwini Municipality’s health unit on Thursday ordered the City’s Parks, Recreation and Culture department to ban all bathing on Durban’s beaches until further notice. …

Diving operations, essential to the port’s ship repair precinct, as well as all fishing in the Port of Durban have also been suspended.

As William Butler Yeats might say, things fall apart; the center cannot hold.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.




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