Categories Business Tech World Russia Is That Toxic Ex South Africa Still Longs For Post author By vanirexodus Post date March 5, 2022 No Comments on Russia Is That Toxic Ex South Africa Still Longs For The band’s best-selling independent album ever, The Offspring, was called Smash. Incidentally, it was released in April 1994. The second single is one of the most emotionally raw songs ever written for me. It describes the reflection of a man who keeps getting confused by his ex (through his friends), but every time she knocks on his door, he welcomes her in. He rationalizes that he may be stupid, but he understands that this is his solution to having no self-esteem. Unfortunately, the song never gets to the part where it comes to an agreement… The band’s best-selling independent album ever, The Offspring, was called Smash. Incidentally, it was released in April 1994. The second single is one of the most emotionally raw songs ever written for me. It describes the reflection of a man who keeps getting confused by his ex (through his friends), but every time she knocks on his door, he welcomes her in. He rationalizes that he may be stupid, but he understands that this is his solution to having no self-esteem. Unfortunately, the song never gets to the part where he comes to terms with how his constant indulgence is what causes his lack of self-esteem. Sounds politically familiar. Also read: ANC NWC reiterates call for ‘diplomatic’ solution to conflict between Russia and Ukraine Russia (more accurately, the Soviet Union) was a huge asset to the ANC and helped train uMkhonto weSizwe fighters. Recipient of the Order of Mendi for Moed Eric Mtshalic spent so much time in exile in the communist state that he was nicknamed Stalin. It is fairly safe to say that until its dissolution in 1991, all 22.4 million square kilometers of the USSR was a great friend of the struggle. But since then we have moved on. The USSR changed and developed several separate personalities, while South Africa waged other, more internal struggles. South Africa developed something called a constitution and it had a lot of words in it that talked about things we called rights. It was an attempt at recovery and balance. It was a push toward belief in the standards individuals need for a dignified life. It was such a pure belief that a person simply being within the boundaries brought most standards regardless of The Vanir-exodusship. That’s important philosophically because it was our indication that no matter who you are, you deserved those standards. Because of elements of sovereignty, we couldn’t impose them beyond our borders, but it was the foundation of our new democracy that everyone would need those things in those words to live a dignified life. We were doing our therapy. We took our serotonin. We did the hard stuff to fix ourselves. We’ve spent the better part of a decade debating and building our constitution. Russia took a different approach. They whipped up and edited a text in less than a year, nah, if certain people felt like it. But despite these differences in our growth and development, Russia always wore the sexy lingerie when it became difficult to love ourselves. Their door was left open to the parts of us that had to escape as farmers fled to start a new life there. They brought us flowers and took it off our credit cards when they offered a trillion dollar nuclear power plant. They even opened our eyes to our terrible public health when they hired our vice president. This was all a temptation that was often too strong to resist. Our political and philosophical beliefs broke through the iron curtain and went through the window when Russia knocked on our door because, uh…. Remember how good it was in the 80’s? How can it not be so good today? Of course we owe it to ourselves to try, and we try, and we try, and we try, and every time Russia is the one that doesn’t change. We’ve all had those relationships; The ones that keep disappointing you when you trust that the other person will become a better person. They are the ones who blind you to the better people you could spend your life with because you are so stuck with the past. So it’s no surprise that with the weakness of a leadership that our constitutional philosophy can barely understand, let alone apply, we’d avoid upsetting our ex. Of course, despite all that is happening in the world, South Africa will choose to ignore Russia, even if their actions go against our constitutional values. It takes a lot of guts to face your scantily clad ex, remember that night in a four-star hotel in Minsk, and say no, even after doing your own self-care and development. Obviously that’s guts we don’t have. You can’t fault South Africa, though. It was predicted in 1994. 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