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Dec 02 2018

Lights Going Out in South Africa

Nothing could be more emblematic of the death of Western Civilization by moonbattery than the lights going out in South Africa.

State-owned Eskom Holdings provides most of the power in the rainbow utopia. It has announced that there could be rolling blackouts lasting into next year.

For South Africans, that means a return to stocking up on candles, mopping up thawed refrigerators and sitting in gridlocked roads around blank traffic lights. All of that became familiar in 2008, and again in 2015, when Eskom implemented months of the outages known locally as load shedding. Those cuts hamstrung the economy, limiting industrial output and hurting business and consumer confidence.

But the important thing is that no one can call you a racist after you have turned your country over to the African National Congress.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.



One Response to “Lights Going Out in South Africa”

  1. […] South Africa may not be the only place where moonbattery makes the lights go out. There, this has resulted from turning the country over to Nelson Mandela’s African National Congress. In the USA, the mechanism could be wind power lunacy of the kind on display in Virginia: […]


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