South Africa and Consociationalism?
We is a Wikipedia link for perusal, obviously major modifications would have been necessary in the South African context, any thoughts?
The implication in my posting is that a transition period was vital in the transformation process in South Africa, the ANC have proven themselves incapable of holding positions of trust and in so doing have validated themselves as untrustworthy, hence the need for the military and police to remain under the control of the NP until such time as civilised values and morals could have been instilled in the country's African population.
There would be no intention to cling to power as you have stated, only a need to retain certain aspects of power until the majority were ready and able to be placed in a position of great trust.
The only problem being, perhaps in Africa, 30 years would be insufficient, possible 300 years?
Crime, corruption and violence in South Africa doesn't stop on a Friday.
Further to that, the concept of "answer if you so feel, ignore if you so feel", seems way beyond your self obsessed and prebuscent approach to life.
You can continue to live in denial under the pretense that there exists any form of solidarity on this internet forum (not that it matters to anyone other than those with schoolgirl mentalities), yet alone in daily South African life, it simply does not.
PS - You would make a great dictator/communist with your belief that all who do not subscribe to your train of thought to should be silenced.
Piss off, I have no time for the ignorant.