Gareth Cliff On Everything by Gareth Cliff

By Gareth Cliff

‘Some humans imagine it a really undesirable factor to have an opinion approximately whatever. mix in, don’t make an excessive amount of noise, simply be at liberty with what you recognize and do. I can’t do that.’ South African DJ character and Idols pass judgement on Gareth Cliff loves to shoot from the hip. even if on air or judging a trembling Idols contestant, he’s continually speedy with some degree of view. In Gareth Cliff on every thing, Gareth throws warning to the wind and writes approximately all these matters that make him comfortable, unhappy or just mad.

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This is not tradition; it’s a made-up-on-the-spot fable. Since we don’t insist on the veracity of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, we must say that religion has no better claim to be considered real history than do the adventures of Dopey, Sleepy or Doc. As someone who respects the study of the human story, I consider that at least hints at some self-respect among those who seek to learn about the past. Finally, I really don’t like the idea of human sacrifice; I don’t want anyone to be murdered in my name and I won’t give up my personal responsibilities to be borne by another.

In the days of Oliver Tambo, Nelson Mandela, Walter and Albertina Sisulu and Chief Albert Luthuli, the greatest men were expected to be greater still than their white counterparts – to drive the injustice of apartheid even more plainly out of the dark corners and into the light. These men were leaders not because they had a mass of support (even though they did), but because they were right. They were upstanding. History was on their side. They could never be brought to heel by factionalism, uneducated demands for the unrealistic, or by petty union officials.

I aver that 750ml of concentrated phosphoric acid costs more than some bottles of wine but it sure as hell won’t make me want to taste some. In case you imagine that I’m being especially unkind to vintners, sommeliers and wine connoisseurs, I am not. I reserve an even greater and more especial hatred for TV chefs, and all those who publish cookbooks. The unhealthy attachment of these people (and the ones who watch them and buy their books) to their stomachs usually results in obesity, so I don’t have to actively discriminate any further when I see them.

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