Eastern promise

Eastern promise

Has Zuma been taken in by China's seductive purr, or a fearsome predator?

Money, money, money! is the mantra recited by lobbyist/facilitator M K Malefane, when promoting the China-Southern Africa trade fair scheduled to open in Johannesburg in mid-May. China has already overtaken Britain, the US and France as South Africa’s single biggest trading partner. According to Malefane, the current trade fair or “expo” could result in “one of the biggest injections ever” of Chinese money into the region.

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Submitted by : Donovan Jackson of Weltevreden Park on 2011-04-29 00:30:30
The 'elite' don't care a fig for the poor anyway. It matters not that China may rape and pillage Africa in ways that make Apartheid look like a birthday present, so long as there is a distinctly pyramid-shaped hierarchy with the usual bunch of hyenas at its top.


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