I find this article so amusing, bitterly so. After intervening for decades in our internal affairs and prescribing to us, British journalists such as these from the Economist, are exasperated at the outcome of external intervention in South Africa. Without foreign support for ANC terror, the current calamity would never have come to pass. We would have succesfully reformed into a federal state without the Leninist “democratic centralism” that has made this “de facto one party state” (The Economist) possible. Nowhere does The Economist refer to the disastrous effects of affirmative action either. It has driven about half of our most skilled people out of the country and prevented thousands of others from filling posts on the grounds of being white. White city engineers were fired from town councils and replaced with ANC insiders, known as “cadre deployment”. So sanitation and road infrastructure are collapsing. The ANC was as corrupt under Mandela as under Zuma (viz. the arms scandal). All one can say is: Thank you Britain, Sweden and Norway. You have destroyed our country by appointing your pet terrorists to rule us. But you won’t ever admit the mistake, will you?