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The lumpens aparently stole the name of the ' MK Foundation' and were funded and rented a mob to go to Mapaila house to threaten him.
They think that the apartheid tactics of threatening and silencing critical and constructive voices with revolutionary content will make us stop confronting the rot that has engulfed the country and movement. Read more The South African Communist Party (SACP) in the Western Cape has learnt with absolute disgust, that a group of hired lumpens hijacking the name "MK Foundation" went to intimidate Comrade Solly Mapaila, our Second Deputy General Secretary and his family at their residence in Johannesburg.
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But, as much as we can put politics aside, it’s clear one decision each campaign made certainly helped the winner and hurt the loser -- the slogans. It’s a rallying cry, really, akin to Nike’s “Just Do It.” Not only does it give you a general sense of the themes of the campaign -- America isn’t great right now so I’m going to be the one to do something about it -- it involves the voters in the mission. Related: How Trump Won Using Strategic Branding, and What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Him “Stronger Together” was designed to be inclusive, but it wasn’t a call to action.
Yes, people are stronger when they are united, but the slogan seemed like a suggestion to tie all the lifeboats together and ration out the remaining hardtack and water.
The South African Communist Party (SACP) Free State Province strongly condemns the intimidation and threats by MK imitators at the home of our Second Deputy General Secretary Comrade Solly Mapaila yesterday.
These individuals said to be acting in defence of President Zuma, sought to intimidate and silence the SACP by silencing Mapaila from expressing what in fact are the views and decisions of the SACP.
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