Well, I think that this says it all:

Yes, it would seem that less one in every thousand people want the Cape to be turned into France.
And who can blame the other 999.1 people who think that it’s a terrible idea?

Now, I’m not a bad loser – not ever – but it does suddenly seem like I am a very bad winner.
So, Walter Laurie and your:

Even you have to admit that Cape party support is growing, and that their push toward Cape self-rule has some credibility. No?

No. Because just when we thought it really couldn’t get any smaller, it looks to me like your already pisspoor 0.13% share of the vote in the 2009 National Elections has somehow managed to decrease by 31%.
Thirty-one percent!


But it’s not just me, it’s the entirety of the Western Cape that thinks your idea is a bad idea.
And so now, with apologies to the immortal words of Bjørge Lillelien, I say to you:

Walter Laurie, Chris du Plessis, Erecting a big wall somewhere near Port Elizabeth, John M Riggs and your racist comments, The Cape Republic, Jack Miller, Jack Miller, can you hear me? Your boys took a hell of a beating.
Your boys took a hell of a beating.

Now, let’s all look forward to the Cape Party support “growing” in numbers and credibility in the next elections in 2014.

6 thoughts on “Shhh…

  1. Well, maybe they should start building the wall. Should at least keep them busy enough to make them forget to register next time around 🙂

  2. Less than 1500 votes ?

    Don’t you need like 10 000 signatures to get on the ballot ?

  3. “It looks to me like the Cape Party are not really telling people why they will be good to vote for. They are just talking about stopping the ANC – that is stupid!”
    Said by my 13-year old after seeing the “Stop ANC Rule Forever!” posters of the Cape Party… Now if a 13 year old sees it like that, I think the party in question should have realised it too.

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