The time to tolerate bullies and dictators in the ANC is over. We are not loyal to the name and emblem of the ANC but to the principles and policies we fought for.
We cannot allow the bullies to act the way they are and think they can get away with it. The ANC is the mother body of the alliance, not the SACP and Cosatu.
So Jacob Zuma and his NEC need to take a stand or give way to comrades who are willing and able to stand up to the SACP and Cosatu.
The biggest mistake we made was believing everything Zwelinzima Vavi, Fikile Mbalula and Blade Nzimande told us, which led to us to vote for Zuma in Polokwane. Now we know better.
The way they treated many of our branches during the provincial conferences, because they wanted to ensure that their cronies win, was not fair. Our comrades were used by Vavi, Mbalula and Nzimande, but that's history and will never repeat itself.
We are sick and tired of career-minded people who let citizens suffer while they enrich themselves. It is now clear why they removed Thabo Mbeki the way they did. They can't wait to reward themselves.
Mosiuoa Lekota has learnt his lesson and now knows that he is not bigger than the branches, but Zuma and his cronies seem to believe that they are bigger than anyone.
The people will govern.
Victor Luzipo, Johannesburg