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FORREAL11

FORREAL11

Please don't waste my time. Please go and live in a country where the govt prints money willy nilly.....DUDE

30/10/2017

Trog05

Trog05

Surely, you MUST be a troll. flipkart coupons for mobiles

26/10/2017

Julian

Julian

The government of a country with a sovereign currency can "print" (actually it is mostly just computer keystrokes) as much money as it wishes. So the government does not have to take it from any other budget allocation, neither does it need to raise taxes or borrow this money. Please don't call me "dude". My name is Julian

26/10/2017

Julian

Julian

flipkart coupons Trog05. Most mainstream "economists" or economist wannebees will bring up the non issue of inflation. I am glad you are not one of them. But, I tell you what, I will provide your education for free. 1. Countries with a sovereign currency can not run out of money unless the government intentionally does not authorise any more spending. That is a purely political decision and not a funding limitation (oh, and by the way, the countries in the Eurozone do not have sovereign currencies so this does not apply to them) 2. Taxes do NOT fund government spending. Get that clearly? So the taxes you pay do not fund government spending. Yes, politicians do perpetuate the untruth about government spending being funded by taxes because it suits their agenda. If you disagree with me the kindly explain how government can raise additional taxes or borrowings to cover a Nuclear Plan (a Nuclear deal as part of this already signed with the Russians) Nuclear Power has been estimated to cost about R1.5 trillion but we all know there will actually end up being no change from R 4 trillion plus. What do you think?

26/10/2017

Lydetekta

Lydetekta

Doesn't inspire much confidence in the level of education being offered there, does it? Or should I say being absorbed there? Intellect seems not to differ much from the uneducated squatters burning things in the townships.

26/10/2017

FORREAL11

FORREAL11

Govt doesn't have the money dude. Govt will have to take the money from somewhere else!

26/10/2017

Trog05

Trog05

Huh? I don't think anyone ever said that funding education fully will result in inflation. It must've come to you in a dream. Government doesn't have any money, full stop. Government takes money from me to supposedly spend on the common good, which mostly they don't. Anyway, I'm not going to fund your education. You will just have to do so yourself. Just like everybody else. Then, hopefully, you will do the necessary to pass your exams, rather than to sponge on society and do nothing.

26/10/2017

Julian

Julian

Whatever excuses are given by the government for not providing free education the following are lies when uttered by a sovereign currency issuing government. (Like among others South Africa, Japan, US, Britain. But not the countries in the Eurozone!!) (1) The government does not have the money to fund education (2) Funding education fully will result in inflation. Everyone may as well take to the streets because these 2 lies are used again and again for so many other things that devastate the country and which are intentional government decisions.

26/10/2017

RunningMan

RunningMan

Sure, point taken--and I'll add, why the hell are they still marching on UCT demanding action from Zuma? Go to Parliament, go to the Union Buildings, but UCT probably wants the fees reports published just as badly as the students and no one at UCT has any control of the publication of the report.

25/10/2017

'ed

'ed

Eish, I am not even a student, so now I come here to make trouble. It keeps me busy during the day.

25/10/2017

Truth_Detector

Truth_Detector

Without fail, that time of the year! Exam time = Protests & Rioting. Eish I dident stady, so now I musta burn de Bildings!!!

25/10/2017

Padraigin Eagle

Padraigin Eagle

The release of fleas: All going according to scam, bush colleges are the plan, colonising the curriculum, the brown stuff they thrive in, paying the Price, allowing the paint tin brigade to paint UCT red, liberalism and communism, the virus has fatally spread!

25/10/2017

Lydetekta

Lydetekta

We cannot make that choice as it is illogical in the face of all the gains we’ve made at this institution? It's not their choice, and what is illogical is demanding more for less all the time when there is clearly nothing to give. And as for the gains made, perhaps this serves as a lesson to those like Price who started all this nonsense by pandering to the students involved in the Rhodes must fall nonsense. Maybe they should be more worried about trying to pass their exams so they have a remote possibility of getting employment instead of thinking that they can get something for nothing from a morally and financially bankrupt state.

25/10/2017

Hadenuf_SA

Hadenuf_SA

for mobiles In my day, early 70's, it was called 'Little Moscow On The Hill'. Both being brain damaged Communists, with no economic success!

25/10/2017

bucklesandrings

bucklesandrings

My grandfather always refered to UCT as "the Kremlin". He was a fisherman, but what did he know

25/10/2017

IanMCB

IanMCB

Students Must Fall.

25/10/2017

Hadenuf_SA

Hadenuf_SA

Then the Mahindra/Ford Electric Kuga will catch fire each time it starts!

25/09/2017

Debra Olivier

Debra Olivier

Fantastic pic's and what a happy ranger! Will def put a trip to your reserve on my bucket list! What a leopard pic!!!

29/05/2013

Ed Camilleri

Ed Camilleri

I'm not so sure Lyn. Some countries like Namibia do offer old animals like rhinos for hunting, but others like Zimbabwe not. Also Zambia offered many animals including lions for hunting, without any selection- but now this abhorrent practice was suspended, I hope permanently

22/09/2017

Lyn Peel

Lyn Peel

I share you disdain for this practice but it's my understanding that only very old and incapacitated animals are allowed to be the subject of these trophy hunting shoots. Perhaps if it really is true that the trophy shoots finance a substantial part of the rest of the park it is something which ultimately helps protect the more healthy animals?

22/09/2017

Christian Boix Hinzen

Christian Boix Hinzen

Excellent, enjoy your travels and looking forward to hear from you when its time to plan your next pilgrimage to Africa.

19/09/2017

Schroederville

Schroederville

Thank you, Christian! I am traveling to South Africa in May of 2018, so it may be some time before I can make it to Botswana, but I really want to. I'd love to spend my money where the killing of animals for trophies is NOT allowed or glorified! Thanks so much. I'll keep your contact for later.

19/09/2017

Christian Boix Hinzen

Christian Boix Hinzen

Hi Schroederville, Christian Boix here Director of Travel at Africa Geographic. We would love to assist you with your plans to visit Botswana next year, so please feel free to inbox me whenever you are ready (christian@africageographic.com) and what better way to celebrate and support Botswana's valliant hunting ban.

18/09/2017

Ed Camilleri

Ed Camilleri

How I would like to see the world sharing your views on hunting! It's becoming beyond disgusting, a rich individual pays a large sum of money to kill a healthy animal, instead of using part of same money to enjoy wildlife in a safari.

17/09/2017

Schroederville

Schroederville

That's what I thought. I was confused as to where the country borders were according to that map. I'd like to see ALL hunting of apex predators stopped.

17/09/2017

Simon Espley

Simon Espley

Hi Schroederville, Botswana no longer permits hunting - Google maps are outdated.

17/09/2017

Schroederville

Schroederville

This looks amazing! I would love to see Botswana and the Okavango Delta. The whole expderience looks beautiful. Maybe next time. My trip to South Africa is approaching and we already have it booked and planned. I have to say, It's a shame to see the hunting areas in that map. I HATE trophy hunting, it is a vile old holdover from colonial days and we need to be PROTECTING animals now, not killing them. Killing is NOT conservation, don't believe the LIES that the hunting industry tells. I regularly see photos of pathetic rich old bastards holding up dead animals, often endangered ones, like leopards, and grinning like they made some sort of manly conquest. It's abhorrent and sick.

17/09/2017

Afrikanus

Afrikanus

If it wasn't so tragic, I would have started bursting out with laughter now. The inmates are running the assylum now, that's for sure.

21/09/2016

Desmond

Desmond

gee grens /muur/reels/wette/common sense/drade/persoonlike ruimte...kan `n afrikaan uithou hy is soos `n swam , ja `n bosluis ...hy klim op die een se bloed wat hy wil suig al hardloop die teen 60km/h

21/09/2016

Anton Schutte

Anton Schutte

13ft? a doddle for the average "refugee"...Make it a 20 ft wall with razor wire, guard towers and searchlights, add a few AA guns and some angry locals, and the problem will be solved...permanently

20/09/2016

Guest

Guest

Maybe fooling the Missus over there in Germany? I've seen rioters scale 2m pallisades like light-footed fairies in order to escape canine incisors.

20/09/2016

Afrikanus

Afrikanus

Hahah, very funny, but you haven't seen how high a South Arican burglar can jump with a TV under his arm, they can set all records while scaling a wall with barbed wire and an electric fence on top of it all :-) That Calais wall - thats like putting a plaster on the wound instead of removing the problem itself. Ridiculous. Who do they think they are fooling?

20/09/2016

Guest

Guest

No worries. It's scalable:

20/09/2016