Yes, there is a low-key genocide going happening as we speak. There is however little actual proof, other than the murder statistics... And good luck
finding accurate statistics. All we have is social media and word of mouth to really understand the scale. And the fact that crime is happening all
around us - in our neighborhoods. Creeping closer and closer. Most South Africans (black and white) have been affected by crime directly, or
indirectly. Most white South Africans knows someone, a family member or a friend that has been murdered in an apparent robbery, burglary or
hi-jacking. The murderers are rarely caught. If they are caught, they are released in bail and are never seen again, or they spend a year or two (if
that much) in jail, because the jails are filled to the brim. And I speak frankly about the very violent murders, because it is no longer "news". We
are no longer surprised by toddlers being raped and killed or people being burned alive or kids being shot in broad daylight for a cellphone. Constant
situational awareness, self-protection and suspicion has become as natural breathing. I asked some of my ATS friends from abroad what they hear about
SA in the MSM - and it's clear that the media abroad don't tell you half the crap that's going on here...
Racism against white people is rife and acceptable. I can give you endless examples, but let's just take one from this week:
Helen Zille (white) previous leader of the opposition party and premier of the Western Cape earlier this year Tweeted "For those claiming legacy
of colonialism was ONLY negative, think of our independent judiciary, transport infrastructure, piped water etc."
People's brain's started melting, she apologized, several times but was finally, this week, fired - in not so many words... (She "will vacate all
positions she held on decision-making structures, including the federal executive, federal council and provincial council.")
The President of SA - Jacob Zuma (black) - on the other hand has been accused of rape (and was found not guilty despite overwhelming evidence of
guilt). Zuma has 783 pending corruption charges against him - since 2004 (these have been hanging in the air for years now, can't tell you why it's
not progressing). There is clear evidence that Zuma have been doing favors for the rich for years (see Schabir Shaik and the Gupta mafia family state
capture) for kickbacks and political gain - also hanging in the air. He has fired not one, but two finance ministers (that opposed him) in the dead of
night causing the stock exchange markets to plummet costing the economy billions and billions of Rands. Zuma used tax payer money to do work on his
private residence, lied about it, was found guilty by the courts of lying and had to pay back a portion of the money.
He has 4 wives (current), 2 ex-wives and at least 20 children (the exact number of legitimate/illegitimate children is unknown).
He once said "When I was growing up, a homosexual would not have stood in front of me. I would knock him out.
He sang the anti-apartheid song "Dubul' ibhunu" on several occasions. This basically means "Kill the white farmer
". This was at least as recent
Yet. He is still president.
Julius Malema (black) the one guy in the OP video also said:
To a white BBC journalist: "Rubbish is what you have covered in that trouser that is rubbish. You are a small boy, you can’t do anything.
Bastard, go out, you bloody agent.
" - chasing the person out of the media conference.
“We are not calling for the slaughter of white people‚ at least for now".
“Black people, you are subjects of white people, even under ANC and democracy. You are servants of white people. No white man will be served by
me. I am here to disturb a white man’s peace, the white man has been too comfortable for too long ... we have never known peace.”
Malema has been found guilty of hate speech by the court. Twice.
Yet, Julius Malema is still the leader of the EFF.
If you browser (South African) Twitter or YouTube you'll find endless examples of how much hate there is towards white people. Last week a SA town,
Knysna was nearly completely destroyed in a fire. Thousands of people lost their homes and livelihoods and "black Twitter" rejoiced:
And it goes much further than that. Previously:
But white people dare not say anything. If a white person is even remotely racist then their lives and careers are completely destroyed (see Chris
Hart and Penny Sparrow as examples).
I can go on and on. The bottom line is, there is an all out war against white people - openly on a psychological level. Not so openly on a physical
level. Apartheid is still a pretty much thing. But now it is white people being discriminated against. "Affirmative Action" and BEE laws makes it
impossible for white people to get a proper job - at least at senior level - or to do business in the open market...
Yet, most white people - myself included - are not racist. They have nothing against black people. They know, understand and believe that the color of
a person's skin doesn't matter. They just want to be left alone and go about their business. But it's hard to stay friendly, neutral and liberal if
all you face is hate and "white guilt" on a daily basis.
It's 27 years+ after Apartheid - yet, any problems politicians face, are blamed on Apartheid. I kid you not! White people are still being blamed for
apartheid, yet many adults were not even born by the time apartheid was abolished. Those that created the apartheid system are long dead - but the
next generation now has to carry the burden of guilt.
Yes, South Africa is a mess. But we make do. We survive and adapt. But it's not just in South Africa. ISIS attacks on Western and European
countries... we don't have to deal with that kind of terrorism. The Black Lives Matter movement in the US - there is obviously racial tension in the
US, and many other parts of the world. Trump is no less a clown or less controversial than the South African president. We live in a crazy, violent
world. South Africans have to deal with crap, just like everyone else. Our crap is simply a different consistency, shape, smell and color.
edit on 16/6/2017 by Gemwolf because: (no reason given)