Want A Zuma Free Internet? Chrome Has Your Back

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Practically all news media lately has been filled with news of South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma as he manages somehow to flit from one scandal to the other without blinking or breaking a sweat. Just last week, the controversial President was almost forcefully resigned but managed to escape when the opposition could not garner enough votes to impeach him. So President Zuma has not fallen but you could still get a little comfort with a Zuma free internet.

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While the fact that his impeachment was not successful may be good news for Zuma and his supporters, it also almost guarantees a front row seat to even more madness as one can be sure that we have not heard the last of Zuma. So expect the debates to continue, while the accusations fly and the opposition and scarred populace continue to shout how Zuma must fall. It will probably get tiring, but once again, the internet has shown that it is concerned about your eyes and ears.

Zuma Free Internet

Google Chrome being South Africa’s most popular web browser having a 48% market share is providing a neat tool. Digital artist; Mitch Said has developed the ‘Fallen Zuma’ extension for Google Chrome that will remove all mentions of the President from the internet.

The description on the extensions website states;



“Corruption allegations, Constitutional Court rulings and popular outrage have all proved powerless – until now. Finally, state-of-the-art technology has revealed a method to remove President Zuma (from the internet)…Add this Chrome extension for guaranteed Zuma-free browsing, and live in online world where Zuma has already fallen”.

Even If A Zuma Free World Seems Like A Dream, A Zuma Free Internet Is Achieved

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By employing the extension, all mentions of President Zuma across all platforms you use on Google Chrome would be excluded. You would no longer be assailed by pictures of the President or sensational headlines touting his latest indiscretions. Zuma would in essence drop off from the face of your world. We have one little worry though, with the activation of a Zuma free internet, what would we all do for fun and who else could we possibly stay this angry at.

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