Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Some advice to the fearmongers.

It's not often I give advice to the fearmongers, but I feel if I don't intervene and get them back on track I'll have no-one heads to f#ck with after the world cup. They're failing that badly.

Here's the problem and mistake they're making : They're over cooking it.

Picture this. You're a tourist coming over for the world cup and while you're looking for nice things to do you come across some of the most crazy right winged South African websites out there. Moments later you're reading about how South Africa is a war zone and how there's a "kill a tourist day" and how dogs walk around in the streets with dead babies in their mouths etc and other such drivel.

Picture that. Then imagine that tourists' thoughts when he steps off an aeroplane into Cape Town./Sandon etc

LOL.

Without a doubt the most common first words to be spoken in this country are going to "What the fuck ?" just before they burst out in laughter at themselves for having allowed some rednecks to put stupid ideas in their heads before throwing away their ridiculous f#cking stab proof vests.

You see muppets, all you do by overstating the problems in this country to the extent you do is that when people are exposed to the reality, you've set their expectations so low that the country is actually going to seem a million times better than it is. The story of the world cup is going to be so overwhelmingly positive from the perspective of the spectators and journalists given the horror they were anticipating. It would take something freakishly insanely awful for the story to not be all about "How well this world cup has gone compared with expectations and how gloriously comparitively far from a hell hole South Africa actually is in relation to their expectations."

In fact there could now be something horrible like 5 tourist murders during the tournament(will never happen) and I bet at this juncture most of the journos would shrug it off as a great success on behalf of the A.N.C. You've gone THAT much too far.

So come on. Get back in the game. At least give yourselves a chance of coming away from the world cup with some sembelence of dignity and respectibility, rather than just total white trash racist wanker revisionists. Although to be fair that does describe you lot pretty accurately. You're making it far too easy for me.

Peace and love
Rooster

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

iam not worried bout the world cup
iam more worried bout things like this

the SA Students’ Congress of a “Right to Learn Campaign”.

He said “those who have oppressed us”, should be pressed to show remorse and accept that Africans are ruling the country.

“They have rejected” olive branches extended by former president Nelson Mandela and President Jacob Zuma.

“They do not participate in anything that is of national importance, they do not observe national days, they do not support national initiatives,” Malema said.

“… They do not care about the development of this country, they are forever obsessed with whether they are going to be attacked or robbed.”

‘White males still control economy’

Malema said white people had been taught from an early age that a black person could never be trusted, that “a black person has a potential of being a criminal, a black person has a potential of being a murderer”.

Malema said the ANC had fought for a non-racial society and was building a non-racial society.
However, he said this would not be reached if national questions such as race, gender or class were not addressed.


so whats malema saying that its not rascist is blacks rule but it is for white

its not a good sign i think he is rallying the troops . how do u think hitler started


Malema said South Africa’s freedom was useless while the country’s economic power was still in the hands of white males

so we shouldbt be allowed to own things ?
sometimes i dont think za sucks r far off from the truth

Anonymous said...

found this on za sucks i have see in it on diff news reports storys that no one is coming

criticism of the cost of travelling to the tournament
South Africans banking on a flood of international soccer fans to boost the local hospitality industry during this year’s World Cup may be in for a rude awakening.

Travel packages of up to R100,000 for European and South American fans have triggered warnings that Africa’s first World Cup may not draw the numbers initially expected.

With 3-million tickets available for the tournament – which will see 32 nations compete for the ultimate soccer glory – local organisers are getting increasingly jittery amid international criticism of the cost of travelling to the tournament.

Ticket sales abroad have been fairly poor so far.

All-inclusive packages on offer by foreign travel agencies accredited by Fifa’s ticketing agency, Match, are proving to be very costly.

An England fan wishing to travel to South Africa to watch his team’s three first-round games – in Rustenburg in North West, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth – would have to fork out R60,000.

Anonymous said...

another thing on za sucks i havnet check yet to see if this is real

so i wil have ot find the link

but its not good news

The public bus service in Durban has closed down, leaving thousands of daily commuters with no way to get to work or home again. It has closed because it is insolvent. How on earth did that happen?

The public bus service was run and operated by the city municipality from 1912 until 2007. It did receive subsidies from the City, but these were recovered from the Government and not from the ratepayers. In essence the public transport system ran at a profit sufficient for it to replace its own vehicles as needed.

In 2007 the City Council decided that it was illegal for them to operate the public transport under the new Constitution – it had to be run and operated privately by someone from the previously disadvantaged community. The City Manager, Dr Mike Sutcliffe, then sold the public transport operation to a private company named Remnant Alton (Pty) Ltd for R70 million. This sum also included the route operating licenses and all the vehicles, equipment and buildings in Alice Street where the buses were garaged, serviced and repaired. So far so good.

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Anonymous said...

ha ha what the hell is that last post i sent stuff bout soccer world cup is that how is turned out ?

Anonymous said...

za sucks was posting this
iam not into the doom anf gloom but

here is the latest on the soocer world cup i tried to travel to sa for the lions rugby tour and it was pretty expensive

http://www.sport24.co.za/Content/Soccer/WorldCup/383/7c9fcf61e6ac46f6a136e8f431754875/27-01-2010-12-56/SWC_in_SA_big_mistake

Munich – World football supremo Joseph Blatter made a big mistake when South Africa was elected host of the 2010 World Cup, Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness was quoted as saying on Wednesday.

Hoeness told the local Muenchner Merkur daily that he will not travel to the June 11 to July 11 tournament which faces new security concerns and low ticket sales.

“I was never a friend of a World Cup in South Africa and Africa as long is the security issue is not 100 percent solved,” Hoeness said.

“Mr Blatter had to have his way, I always considered it wrong. Now you have to make the best out of it (but) I am convinced that deep down Mr Blatter has realised that giving the World Cup to South Africa was one of the biggest wrong decisions he ever made.”

Security has always been a key issue around the World Cup, but it was raised again after three men died earlier this month when gunmen attacked the Togo team at the African Cup of Nations in Angola.

However, South African officials insisted that everyone will be safe at the World Cup.

Poor ticket sales for the World Cup have also been reported, with a news conference on the issue scheduled for later on Wednesday in Johannesburg.

The Rooster said...

To above poster. The "I just got this from zasucks , Do you know if it's true" spiel is getting fucking old fast. You're agenda is crystal clear and always has been to be.

Regarding your post go get a fucking map and look up where Angola is and then where South Africa is.

Anonymous said...

i dont think the world cup is going to be a success if no one iscoming

its expensinve to travel and ithink people r worried bout crime but i doubt that would keep them away people travel to sa all year round

Anonymous said...

taken from za sucks

Cape Town – South Africa is dealing with a “Haiti like situation” every day with squatters around the country enduring floods, fires and disease, Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale said on Thursday. (…well, welcome to Mandelatopia!)

“We are dealing every day with a manmade disaster,” Sexwale said during a briefing to Parliament’s human settlements committee. (…failing to say ‘black’ before “manmade”)

“It is Haiti every day. The earth broke there. Here the earth is not broken, but consequences are the same. It is a disaster.” (….take a bow, LIBERALS!)

Sexwale said that in 1994 there were around 300 informal settlements in South Africa, while today there were more than 2 600. The growth of informal settlements was not the fault of the government, he said. (…HAU!…let me see..Apartheid = 300, Mandelatopia =2600….me not doing the understanding now?!)

“People have run away from many push factors.” (…falling to add ‘black’ before “push factors


- SAPA

http://www.news24.com/Content/SouthAfrica/News/1059/99ebedddadc54c5eb7784ac8e88e1b2e/28-01-2010-02-07/SA_in_Haiti-like_situation


is he educated enough to deal with these kind of problems

i would say comparing sa to haiti is a bit much though

The Rooster said...

Cape Town – South Africa is dealing with a “Haiti like situation” every day with squatters around the country enduring floods, fires and disease, Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale said on Thursday. (…well, welcome to Mandelatopia!)

“We are dealing every day with a manmade disaster,” Sexwale said during a briefing to Parliament’s human settlements committee. (…failing to say ‘black’ before “manmade”)

“It is Haiti every day. The earth broke there. Here the earth is not broken, but consequences are the same. It is a disaster.” (….take a bow, LIBERALS!)

Sexwale said that in 1994 there were around 300 informal settlements in South Africa, while today there were more than 2 600. The growth of informal settlements was not the fault of the government, he said. (…HAU!…let me see..Apartheid = 300, Mandelatopia =2600….me not doing the understanding now?!)

“People have run away from many push factors.” (…falling to add ‘black’ before “push factors


- SAPA

http://www.news24.com/Content/SouthAfrica/News/1059/99ebedddadc54c5eb7784ac8e88e1b2e/28-01-2010-02-07/SA_in_Haiti-like_situation


is he educated enough to deal with these kind of problems

i would say comparing sa to haiti is a bit much though

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Lol. What rubbish. You clearly are out of touch with South African history. People used to live in homelands in mud huts. "Informal setlements" is semantics which you have loaded with prejudice. Wanker.

Anonymous said...

Well, you certainly got a point there Rooster........
Buggered if I can figure it out.

Anonymous said...

tch tch tch Rooster, dear Rooster, your pathetic little blog has been overrun by spurious anon comments and you are stupid enough to publish them, and retarded enough to rebutt...

The Rooster said...

tch tch tch Rooster, dear Rooster, your pathetic little blog has been overrun by spurious anon comments and you are stupid enough to publish them, and retarded enough to rebutt...

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Always has been over run by idiot comments. Nothing new there. I make a point of posting the idiotic comments as they go far to expose the racist muppets for what they are.

Anonymous said...

Lol. What rubbish. You clearly are out of touch with South African history. People used to live in homelands in mud huts. "Informal setlements" is semantics which you have loaded with prejudice. Wanker.

well they arnt my comments
Minister Tokyo Sexwale said these things

the link is there

dommetjie said...

Hey Rooster...You say, "...how South Africa is a war zone and how there's a "kill a tourist day" and how dogs walk around in the streets with dead babies in their mouths etc and other such drivel."

Drivel???

So what is this then? Dogs eat baby in Gugulethu Township (Cape Town)