Unfortunately, the vast majority of the unemployed and uneducated youth that will be responsible for the coming revolution for "economic freedom" in South Africa are ignorant to the real history of Africa.
Julius Malema visited his uncle Bob Mugabe a year or so ago to learn how he successfully freed his countrymen from the "white, colonialist oppressors" in order to give them "economic freedom". When he came back from his crash course in plundering, he praised Robert Mugabe for the successful revolution in Zimbabwe. He subsequently called for "Zimbabwe - style land reform in South Africa", because it was such a great success.
Huh? Did I miss something?
There is growing discontent amongst the unemployed black youth in squatter camps in South Africa who feel that, after 18 years of freedom, nothing has changed for them. It's true. If anything, things have become worse for them. Unemployment is soaring. Food prices are increasing, inflation is sky-high. And crime just keeps getting worse. But why?
|Faraday Nkoane, leader of Uhuru Cultural Club (Uhuru is a call for war)|
|Andile Mngxitama, sponsored by the European Union to ease racial tension in SA|
Unfortunately for the white minority in South Africa, even these young people, who should be blaming the ANC, are once again blaming the European settlers that came to Africa, stole their land, stole their cattle and oppressed the black people. Yawn.
I don't think it will ever be possible to hammer the truth of recorded history into these people's heads, because they have a "struggle" mentality. They are forever victims. Their interpretation of the word history seems to be "his story", because black tribes in South Africa still prefer the history of tales being handed down from generation to generation, disregarding the "lies" that Europeans painstakingly recorded over hundreds of years in Africa.
It only takes a few ignorant idiots like Julius Malema to toss a country down the slippery slope of Revolution. But after doing a bit of research, I have found that Malema may be the least of our worries.
|If she floats, she must be a witch|
An organization that has been making headway among black students at the Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg, simply known as Blackwash, was the most worrying find. To make matters worse, I found out that European taxpayers are supporting the group organizer of Blackwash, Andile Mngxitama, as he is a paid policy advisor of the Foundation for Human Rights. This organization is controlled by the ANC and funded by the European Union in order to improve reconciliation in South Africa.
Many of these groups use Facebook, Twitter and the internet in general to spread their hate speech against the white minority of South Africa. Just like in the bad old days of Apartheid, the poor black masses are being used as puppets by the black middle class who themselves benefited from the economy that was established by Europeans in South Africa.
Propaganda Spread by Blackwash on the internet
Hatespeech by Blackwash - Struggling online
Anti-white hatespeech by Blackwash
This post by a black South African is disturbing to say the least