Skip to comments.Back to blackouts: SA in the dark as Eskom stumbles ( South Africa )
Posted on 12/02/2018 7:18:10 PM PST by george76
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Other countries in Africa such as Nambia and Botswana seems to be doing better while South Africa is regressing.
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Now they can't keep the lights on.
If only we could figure out what caused this disaster, perhaps we could keep it from happening elsewhere.
And this in the middle of their summer!
Can you provide a link please? Thank you.
As you wish: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0056172/
Food shortages next...
Shame on you!
Food shortages in socialist countries are called "persistent droughts."
Most of the power generation in Venezuela comes from a very large dam, which has not gotten a lot of maintenance since Hugo Chaves took over. When Venezuela goes dark, it will be like a light switch for the whole country.
Don’t these people have the riot gene in them?
But inequality is eliminated//sarc
I remember when Blacks took over the White farms in Zimbabwe often the first thing they did was sell the metal irrigation equipment and pipes as scrap for quick cash.
That shouldn't be necessary at all. They're close enough to simply run some extension cords over to Wakanda.
The cruel truth is that when blacks take over....it is over. Florida and Georgia almost got black governors and look at the one that barely lost in Georgia. This muppet puppet looking Stacy Abrams is still filing lawsuits.
The cruel truth is that when blacks take over... just look what the mocha mafia of Obama-Jarrett-Holder did. The mochas are the most militant and the worst due to inner black vs white conflicts and crazy hatreds they want/need to act out publicly.
Altas Shrugged awakens. So?...Where is John Galt?
That’s interesting, and I wasn’t aware of it.
Yet another case of common folk suffering due to the utter stupidity and/or megalomania of their ‘leaders’.
Funny you should bring it up. I just finished watching the 3 episodes of Atlas Shrugged on Prime. I can see why it took a long time for somebody to make the movie. It is not an easy one to transfer to the big screen.
My review is that the first two chapters were OK, despite the entire change of cast between the two. Some of the lines in the movie are exactly what the left is saying today. Yikes.
The third film is horrible, in my opinion. It is like they had 40 minutes of story that they crammed into 1 1/2 hours. Too much scenery, too much awful music, too much everything is perfect in paradise, ultimate solution required force, violence and guns which is what they were revolting against in the first place.
Am I glad I watched it? I suppose. Will I watch it again? No.
Interesting....My husband and I just watched movie3 of Atlas Shrugged this week. I agree. The actress who played Tagney was annoying. Too young for the part and simply could not convey the competence and authority that the character demanded. My husband commented that overall it looked like a high school video production.
Nevertheless...I’m glad though that something is on film for those who would never wade through the book.
No maintenance?....That’s a flood ready to happen.
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