Sunday, 4 April 2010

South Africa is a Sick Racist Nation

The ANC and its cadres of racist, demented black thugs killed Eugene Terrablanche and the 3,000 white farmers with its vile, anti-white racist propaganda.

Yet every white liberal arse licker on the planet sucks up to Mandela.

Fuck the liberals and their racist double standard.

"Shoot the boer" ban disappoints ANC

Apr 2, 2010 11:22 AM | By Sapa

The ANC says it is disappointed by Thursday's court ruling against its youth league president Julius Malema's singing of Dubula Ibhunu (Shoot the boer).
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"Our disappointment is based on the fact that the Judge did not consider the historical context, and the purpose of the song. The Judge only considered the literal meaning of the words "Dubula ibhunu"," the party said.

"The ANC will concentrate its efforts in challenging the application by AfriForum at the Equality Court were the forum seeks the court to declare some part of the song as hate speech."

The High Court in Pretoria on Thursday ruled that Malema could not sing the song until AfriForum's hate speech application began at the Equality Court.

Meanwhile, the party would approach the Constitutional Court to challenge a separate ruling by a judge in the High Court in Johannesburg in March, also preventing the singing of the song, in favour of an application by Delmas businessman Willem Harmse.

"On the same vain, the ANC is approaching our courts, inclusive of the Constitutional Court to get the correct interpretation of the historical meaning, the historical context, the usage and purpose of our struggle songs inclusive of "Ayesaba amagwala" [which the lyrics were inserted into]. This will be done with an intention of reversing the South Gauteng [Johannesburg] High Court recent judgement which found that certain parts of the struggle song is unconstitutional."

AfriForum brought the matter to the Pretoria court after Malema refused to meet an ultimatum to apologise for singing the song at the University of Johannesburg on March 19 and several times thereafter.

AfriForum's advocate Louis Visser said the word "boer", in the context of the song, was derogatory and referred to farmers, whites and Afrikaners in particular.

"Mediation is now needed in the Equality Court to alleviate division in the national discourse," said Visser.

Meanwhile, Malema would leave for Zimbabwe on Friday where he plans to meet with President Robert Mugabe.

He was expected to have left on Thursday.

ANC Youth League spokesman Floyd Shivambu said the visit was to cement ties with the Zanu-PF for "historical reasons."

"The ANC and Zanu-PF are both liberation movements and we are linked bilaterally."

Shivambu said that Malema would not be meeting with the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) on his trip.

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Anonymous said...

Cant wait for the BBC to make a documentary about the murder of 3,000 white Boers over the last few years

but being as thsi as never bneen reported by BBc or media in general I guess they aid and abet this slaughter and that after a letter to downing street expressing my concern and a letter to the SA Embassy was assured by the former 'it as been noted' and from the latter that they have seen an increase in crime in SA and it is being 'dealt with'.

How reassuring

Ade said...

Worth a read / linking to.

Arthur Kemp's Blog

Khakjaan Wessington said...

The Design and Bed of Our Penal Colony [Today's News Poem, April 4, 2010]
“There have been more than 3,000 murders of Afrikaner farmers in remote homesteads like this since the end of apartheid 16 years ago.”
--BBC, 18:58 GMT, Sunday, 4 April 2010 19:58 UK
“With an attitude of respect and concern for other beings, we can create an atmosphere of happiness, real harmony and real brotherhood.”
--The Dalai Lama, Twitter, about 12 hours ago via web as of 2:38pm PST

White power sleeps and never dies,
It simply make a compromise.
To pause the never-ending war.
The other races seek to score
In turn. The tribal instinct stays,
For human beings will never stray
Too far from those they think as kin.
The eye, it lies. They think the skin
Has deeper bonds than blood they share.
The science (if you must compare)
Confirms that which one ought expect
To hear from self when ones reflects
On totems; such as anger, rage.
Unless one seeks to self-engage
And not excuse the whim or gene
With reason—with our great machines—
Unless we make an atmosphere
Of harmony, we make the gears
Of something that will evermore
Both dig and fill the earth it scores.