I don't think we will ever go the way of Zimbabwe, but people are concerned.
I represent all the enlightened people in this country, and that's a fine thing to be able to do. It infuriates my opponents when I say this, but it is true.
The employment laws are completely unrealistic. You cannot overcome that in only 10 years. It will take at least another generation before young people are properly qualified.
That's my life in there. It would never be possible today to ask as many questions as I did.
All these stories are grist to the mill of the government because they build up a very useful war psychosis.
I am provocative, and I admit this. It isn't as if I'm only on the receiving end, a poor, frail little creature. I can be thoroughly nasty when I get going, and I don't pull my punches.
I stand for simple justice, equal opportunity and human rights. The indispensable elements in a democratic society - and well worth fighting for.
For all my criticisms of the current system, it doesn't mean that I would like to return to the old one.
I used to be a fan of proportional representation, but I am not at all now I have seen it in action.
I can say unequivocally that the boycott does not work. It's never complete enough to have impact unless it's backed by force, and I don't think anybody in America seriously proposes that.
My own electorate, which I represented for 36 years as an anti-apartheid politician, had a considerable number of Jewish voters supporting me throughout my career.