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- A Stuijt
- Retired South African medical journalist, ex-Sunday Times of Johannesburg.
May news headlines thus far:
May 14 2012: A shocking development recently in London, UK - when a handful of peacefully-demonstrating Boer exiles were targetted by a self-styled member of the ‘London branch’ of the African National Congress with the (in SA banned) hatespeech slogan: ‘Kil the Boer”- the man clearly was taking his clues from the hugely popular singing repertoire of South African president Jacob Zuma himself, who considers this song calling for the genocide of Afrikaners, his own personal ‘signature tune’…
The man on the left, who is a self-claimed member of the ‘ANC-London’ branch, told the Boers in Exile demonstrators on the right to ‘go back to Holland’ and then he said: “Kill the Boer’ … Please note: the ruling African National Congress party was ordered by two SA High Courts to stop singing this song, ruling that it was hate speech; these two banned the members of the ruling ANC from singing it; because these words were ‘derogatory, dehumanising," said judge Collin Lamont: adding that “in post-apartheid South Africa, all citizens are called to treat each other equally.” Jacob Zuma has made this specific song his ‘signature tune’ reported the BBC on 12 September 2011: quoting his spokeswoman as saying that he personally had been ‘very disappointed’ about the court ruling banning it in http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-14878102 Those two High Court orders clearly did not stop Jacob Zuma from singing his ‘signature tune’ at the ANC’s most important meeting since its founding, namely its 100th anniversary celebration in Bloemfontein on Jan 8 2012. Despite two High Court orders banning the ANC from singing this song, the president of South Africa ignored the court orders. And he’s never been brought to book by the courts for this. He was never charged with contempt of court.
“Some people do not deserve having their names uttered by ANC-mouths…
This weekend in an odd development, the country’s all-powerful KwaZulu-Natal chairman of the African National Congress, Zweli Mkhize said on Sunday in an apparent swipe at expelled ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema who popularised this song, said ‘ "We must not allow the need for public censure of individuals whose misconduct we disapprove of to be elevated to ANC songs. Some of the people are so ill-disciplined that they do not deserve having their names uttered by ANC mouths."
ANC’s dysfunctional structures slammed by party leadership:
Mkhize said he ‘noted the creativity of songs’ that were sung by delegates at the three-day conference held in Newcastle. On the opening day, before President Jacob Zuma delivered the keynote address, delegates sang songs criticising Malema. The lyrics to one of the songs sung was: "We were almost tricked into removing Zuma because we were being fooled by Malema." Mkhize said the songs “should unite members of the ANC and should reflect the struggle credentials of the party.” On Friday, Zuma made it very clear that any organisation formed by the African National Congress belonged to the party, which would have the final word on it."There are many other youth leagues... but this one belongs to the ANC. The fact stands: This is the ANC's youth league and the ANC has the final word," Zuma said. Zuma said even the organisation's armed wing Umkhonto we Sizwe had remained subservient to the ANC during the armed struggle. After Zuma's opening address on Friday, Mkhize presented his political report to delegates. Mkhize said “disrespect of ANC leadership, party structures and policy decisions was leading to dysfunctional structures.” "Even though they may not be features of the ANC in our province, they remain symptoms of an organisation beginning to self-destruct and will also have a significant impact in the future of our movement," he said, presenting his political report."There are members who have deliberately flouted rules of the organisation, persistently disregarding any guidance, which itself is rejected with derogatory remarks about elected leaders."He said this resulted in the erosion of the credibility of the leadership and the ability to maintain internal discipline.
The songs they sing – the meanings, the gestures explained:
Afrikaner exiles targetted worldwide by Zuma-brand of black-racist hatespeech:
This ANC-brand of anti-white hatespeech and activism is also spreading rapidly to other continents by (often internationally-funded) ‘black-consciousnessness groups’ (such as Blackwash, run by Andile Mnxingtama advisor of the Human Rights Council in South Africa, and the man who preaches in countrywide lectures that ‘blacks cannot be racists’.
It is often reported to us from the ranks of the more than 1-million Afrikaners who have already fled into exile to some 48+ countries, that they are often are targetted with such black-racism overseas, too; and discriminated against because they are white Afrikaans-speaking South Africans with ‘Afrikaner surnames’ . more details on:
Tit-for-tit racist hatespeech grows in leaps and bounds in South Africa of late
The atmosphere of tit-for-tat racial hatred and polarisation is growing in South Africa : black racist hatespeech with murder-threats against whites in particular is spreading rapidly these past few weeks especially on Twitter and Facebook in South Africa – with whites angrily responding. Moreover the country’s own president now seems to be exporting this personal brand of black-racism worldwide as was noted in the London incident described in the first paragraph. This tsunami of anti-white, black-racist hatespeech, calling for the genocide of whites, is also getting so much worse because it is being ignored by most of the news media. And because the country’s president sets the example for the rest of the black electorate to follow.
This growing chorus of “Shoot the Boer” and “Kill the Boer’ genocidal black-racist hatespeech – sung by South African president Jacob Zuma at their all-important 100th anniversary of their ruling African National Congress party – has kicked off a wave of gang-rapes, armed attacks and murders of whites in South Africa: and a local criminologist website which logs only the potentially deadly attacks – maintaining updates of critically injured people and recording their deaths in hospitals afterwards - is placing all these atrocities on record; yet terrified of reprisals, these white criminologists also refuse to be identified publicly.
The censorship in the news media about violence targetting minority groups is so horrific that we even get to hear about murder attacks by organised armed black gangs against whites before the news media does: http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.com/2012/05/afrikaans-farm-wife-vanessa-stafleu.html
The independent criminology site Farmitracker also logs an increase in black-racist attacks against Asian families and also three violent, organised land-confiscations thus far this month which the ANC-controlled news media were ‘over misunderstandings’ after farmers, workers and their families were removed with considerably force from their homes and chased off the land by local tribal groups in Mpumalanga, Limpopo and northern KZN: http://www.farmitracker.com
Food-insecurity: from the original 85,000 commercial farmers, less than 11,500 are left:
The threat of chronic food-insecurity is getting ever-closer because of the large number of attacks and murders of farmers. Boer-farmers have even settled in the Congo after the country’s deputy agricultural minister Dr Pieter Mulder negotiated with that government and obtaining farming-rights to a government farm.
Meanwhile in South Africa, the organised groups of armed black-male farm-attackers seem to be focussing on dairy farmers of late:
Education levels drop to new lows:
The country’s educational levels have dropped so dramatically that the northern Cape education department recently ordered its teachers to test, test again and keep testing its pupils – outside school hours -- until they obtain minimum 60% pass rates. These test-results must be submitted to the department on a monthly basis:
Above: The educational levels have dropped to such amazingly low standards that it is increasingly difficult for South Africans to obtain work overseas: so I expect especially the white refugee-numbers to rise, even though it's very difficult for them to get off the continent with their families:
Afrikaner poverty is grinding: no food-aid, no govt benefits:
Above: The poverty of the Afrikaners is grinding: malnutrition amongst the children in the little squatter camps countrywide is rife because they are mostly denied govt benefits and food-aid: latest on that subject was published on:: http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.com/2012/05/krugersdorps-afrikaner-poor-battle-to.html
Due to the now endemic criminal violence in South Africa, it's getting just horrific for poor Afrikaners to survive: even their children are targeted by kidnapping gangs and many huddle in tiny squatter camps hidden away on marginal land-sites. Previously Afrikaner towns founded by the Boers such as Pretoria, Centurion, Boksburg, Kempton Park, Bloemfontein are becoming overwhelmingly black slums.
No job-rights for Afrikaner whites – by law:
At least 1million Afrikaners now are floating around between little squatter settlements countrywide as internal refugees; families who have lost their homes, their jobs, and are becoming strangers in the land their birth, people who are waging an increasingly desperate battle for daily survival in which only the strongest are still able to find food each day:
Above: More than 1million 'whites' have also already left the country since 1994. The ANC has made it law since Dec 2011 to bar the vast majority of whites - women, disabled whites and men - from the labour market. And if they have small companies they are forced to take an expensive black CEO on board, even if they are a very small company.
There are several new censorship laws and security laws being enacted which increasingly centralise all the power of the security forces in the office of the president's security chief. It is reported that even members of the Cabinet and senior South African Police officers are becoming terrified about this:
Ruling black elite is destroying the country’s wealth-production in an orgy of greed, fraud, corruption and looting:
And last but certainly not least – the fierce battle for the remaining 3-million jobs in the country is heating up amongst the ruling triad’s elite: the leading families in the African National Congress, the Cosatu trade union movement and the SA Communist Party have launched an orgy of looting of state-funds, massive destruction of wealth-producing enterprises such as gold mines (Aurora and others); and using state-tender frauds -- to rob the wealthiest country on the African continent of everything they can get their hands on. They are so greedy that they even this week decided to fire 7,000 police officers – the SAPS already is grossly understaffed and underfunded – as ‘cost-cutting measures’.