IT’S OVER - CRIME AND POVERTY HAVE LOST THE WAR.

CHRIS JOHANNES
Economic Bureau
Jasper with kidADORABLE FAN: Jasper King, the genius behind Project H, with an admirer.

At the rate things are going, within the next six months the crime rate in South Africa will be zero and 99% of South African citizens will have jobs.

This is according to a survey conducted by the National Media Research Congress (NMRC AMPS) based on the phenomenal decline of the crime rate, especially serious violent crime, and the steady increase in the rate of employment all across the country since the phenomenon known as Project H was released five years ago.

The survey found that in the six months to December last year the rate of employment skyrocketed from 82% to 92% of the country’s population of 33 million adults. That means that 3,3 million people became employed within a period of six months, the fastest upsurge of employment numbers anywhere in the world.

Researches say that if this trend continues unabated it will mean the complete eradication of crime and unemployment as early as six months from now, give or take a few weeks.

This trend of economic prosperity began when the now legendary Jasper King released his pioneering creation called Project H which has left an indelible mark on South African prosperity ever since.

gangsters hugTRUCE: An amazing peace gesture by two rival gang bosses days before an expected bloodbath.

Gangs call it quits.
This groundbreaking product was first introduced to gang members on the Cape Flats in an initial case study.

The facilitators noticed an immediate overnight improvement in the attitude and emotional well being of the gangsters.

They displayed much reduced aggression and even showed remarkable sympathy and compassion not only to the victims of gang violence but also to the members of rival gangs they were in heated conflict with as recent as a week prior.

Their transformation remained constant for many months causing the news of their conversion to spread like wildfire.

Three weeks later Project H was released to the kind of feverish nationwide public anticipation that not even the most anticipated Hollywood blockbuster release could hold a candle to.

Scattering the seeds of hope
Due to the extraordinary success of Project H its creator Jasper King had numerous Project H Academies set up all across the country in disadvantaged areas run by highly specialised facilitators providing free assistance to the unemployed and the unskilled.

The results of the academies were more remarkable than anyone could have ever imagined, inspiring millions of people to improve their lives and develop their passions and life long dreams into tangible, self-empowering skills.

South Africa’s general well being significantly improved when crime levels dropped dramatically resulting in the increase in investment into the country which started the ball rolling to significant economic prosperity and job creation.

Knowledge booms!
Other good news is that literacy and education levels have improved exponentially in the past five years. Five years ago NMRC AMPS found that 14, 3% of South Africans had no high school education.

This figure has dropped to 0.5%. The adult literacy rate had increased from 94% to 99, 9% in the latest survey.

On the downside, however, a survey of the number of adults purchasing lottery tickets has decreased dramatically, from 56% five years ago to 10% - or 3, 3 million people.

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Man, I'm so deliriously happy at how awesome this. No it's wOwsome! This is bigger than any sporting event, bigger than the our rugby world cup victory, even bigger than our football world cup win last year! This is bigger than 94 and Madiba, this is HUGE!! We're on top of the world people, ON TOP OF THE WORLD!! SAY IT WITH ME - WE BE HAVING IT!!!

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John McClane (12-Jan)

Even though it's been gradually creeping up on us for the past couple of years, you still can't quite believe it, like if you step back from an impressionist painting and see how glorious it is, but up close it's been brushstroke after brushstroke building up to this masterpiece of a society. I think that what this article does. It allows us to step back and just see the wonderful work Project H has created. VIVA!

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Reggie2002 (12-Jan)

Ja mos.

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pap_snoek (12-Jan)

It is wonderful! We were poor but now we're rich. We were frightened but now we're at ease. Before I was looking for work for 5 years, but in the past couple of years I've been getting offers left, right and center from companies wanting my services, a service I didn't even know I was capable of until after I used Project H. Revolutions are always happening in the scientific worlds with breakthroughs for this and that, but we've been waiting for a social breakthrough for so long, and now we got it! And it's no miracles or divine intervention, it's a technological, (dare I say it) scientific solution.

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laugh_out_loud (12-Jan)

I laugh now at those naysayers who doubted King five years ago when he first announced his bold and ambitious plans. I suppose in the state that we were in, there would be those who would doubt, but when things start to change, you stop doubting and start believing. The problem is, people didn't believe what was right in front of their eyes, thinking because it wasn't from God it cannot be good. They so used to praying and seeing no results and believing in something that's not even there that when this revolution slapped them in the face they still refused to believe. But thankfully people came to their senses and realised it's better to believe in something you can see, something that's happening right here, right now than some fairytale they hope would come true.

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Sanity_prevails (12-Jan)

I'm so with you laugh_out_loud, I struggled to get out of bed for work, looking for every excuse not to go to work. But after Project H, I can't wait to be the first to walk through those doors ready to take on the day. All this time I was in a job that was draining the life out of me but then Project H helped to bring out my true desires in a way that was real to me and in a tangible way with a road map as to exactly how i should go about making my dreams a reality. TRULY WONDERFUL!

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Verity (12-Jan)

I'm so with you laugh_out_loud, I struggled to get out of bed for work, looking for every excuse not to go to work. But after Project H, I can't wait to be the first to walk through those doors ready to take on the day. All this time I was in a job that was draining the life out of me but then Project H helped to bring out my true desires in a way that was real to me and in a tangible way with a road map as to exactly how i should go about making my dreams a reality. TRULY WONDERFUL!

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Verity (12-Jan)

Oops, sorry about that! :)

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Verity (12-Jan)

Have you guys been hearing about those public destruction ceremonies happening. I'm not talking about just the churches and stuff, but like people coming together to burn all their security devices that they don't need anymore. It's quite a cool idea.

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Xavier (12-Jan)

Ja Xavier, theirs been quite a lot of that happening lately. I attended one of those yesterday with a bunch a buddies. People all came together with their burglar bars and security gates and stuff and were just piling it up. It made quite a big pile actually. Then some guy just torched the whole thing and the people just went wild! Very exciting! Very controlled however. Apparently you must get a permit for those kinds of things cause it can get out of hand, that's why government is urging people rather to let them handle it all in one big ceremony.

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nice&easy (12-Jan)

Naai, I soema just did my own thing, me and a few brasse went into the yard, made a galley and we burnt our stuff - just the small stuff like the our vehicle tracking devices and our home burglar alarm. Then we had a braai and klaar!

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tweede-nuwe-djaar! (12-Jan)

I LOVED seeing my steering lock go up in flames. I'm so glad I don't need that stupid thing anymore. Used to irritate the crap out of me everytime I had to park my car. GOOD RIDDANNCE!

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Shirley (12-Jan)

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