It doesn’t take you much to get labeled a racist and anti-semite these days. One wrong word could get you into trouble and you may even lose your job. Unfortunately this has become the norm in South Africa for White Folk. Too many of us are getting into trouble for saying things I don’t think are racist. Hell, I wouldn’t be surprised if looking at a niggroid cross eyed is considered racist by these black clowns.
If you are an individual who finds him or herself in this situation, you must stand your ground. Whatever you do, never apologize for speaking the truth and telling it like it is. I for one will stand with you and defend you. I encourage all my Folk to do the same!
Apologizing for using politically incorrect words is admitting that you have done something wrong. Telling the truth is not wrong and I reject anyone who says otherwise.
If we don’t back our Folk and defend their speech, we will continue to be fined and thrown in jail, however if more of us start standing up for ourselves and each other things will have to change. What will the niggroid and Afrikaner jew government do? Imprison us all? Not if I have anything to say about it!
Here is a short list of White South Africans from City Press who have recently gotten into trouble for being raaaaacist. Unfortunately some of them have foolishly apologized. There are many more of our Folk I didn’t cover, but just because I did not mention your name it does not mean I do not stand with you and will not defend you. I absolutely do and I shall!
Once again, South Africans have started off a new year with a string of racist rants on social media.
In the latest incident a Limpopo man, Phillip Roodt, posted about crowded beaches in Amanzimtoti, south of Durban, calling black beachgoers cockroaches.
In the Facebook post he describes black beachgoers as cockroaches who stole money to go on holiday. He said he hoped they would drown one by one.
This comes almost a year after a similar post by estate agent, Penny Sparrow, where she called beachgoers monkeys.
With calls for hate speech law in South Africa mounting, we recount the most controversial racist posts from 2016:
KwaZulu-Natal estate agent, Penny Sparrow, calls New Year’s Day black beachgoers “monkeys”.
“These monkeys that are allowed to be released on New Year’s eve and New Year’s day on to public beaches towns etc obviously have no education what so ever so to allow them loose is inviting huge dirt and troubles and discomfort to others,” she posted on Facebook.
“From now on I shall address the blacks of South Africa as monkeys as I see the cute little wild monkeys do the same, pick and drop litter,” Sparrow added.
She later deleted her post and apologised, saying she did “not mean it personally”.
Sparrow was ordered by the Umzinto Equality Court to pay R150 000 to the Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Foundation for her post for hate speech.
She was also fined R5 000 or 12 months in prison after pleading guilty to a charge of crimen injuria.
Sparrow however has not paid the money and instead applied for condonation and for leave to appeal. She has also written a letter of apology in terms of the court order.
Days after Sparrow’s rant, economist and Standard Bank employee Chris Hart posted a tweet which many say had racist undertones.
“More than 25 years after Apartheid ended, the victims are increasing along with a sense of entitlement and hatred towards minorities”
The bank suspended Hart over the controversial tweet with Hart resigning in March.
Estate agent Vicki Momberg faced charges of crimen injuria following a viral video where she used the K-word and called some of the city’s black police officers arrogant, useless and clueless.
The rant was a result of a smash-and-grab incident she was involved in that had occurred minutes prior to police arriving on the scene.
Judge Mabel Jansen
Judge Mabel Jansen was placed on special leave by the Judicial Service Commission after suggesting that rape was part of black men’s culture and that black women were a source of pleasure for the black man. She made these comments in a Facebook conversation and activist Gillian Schutte publicised the exchange.
Jansen appeared before the Judicial Conduct Committee in October which made recommendations to the Judicial Services Commission.
Sodwana Bay guest house owner Andre Slade told a prospective guest in an email that he couldn’t house them as they don’t accept blacks or government employees any longer.
He used the Bible as justification for his actions saying that you “can’t mix an apricot and a peach”.
The South African Human Rights Commission looked into the matter as well as KwaZulu-Natal’s Tourism MEC Sihle Zikalala, who wanted Slade prosecuted for crimen injuria, tax evasion and operating an illegal business.
Zikalala promised to suspend Slade’s licence and to evict him from the tribal land he was leasing.
Ben Sasonof from Johannesburg made seemingly racist and crude comments on Facebook about Durban beachgoers and president Jacob Zuma.
“Eh eh Wena… must have smelt like the inside of Zuma’s asshole,” he wrote. Sasonof also lashed out at one Facebook user who called him out on his post, calling him a monkey.
“Mohammed Jameel Abdulla you’re a f*ckin little idiot! Every person you tagged there is a friend of mine from school! I dated a black girl you f*ckin idiot f*ck! Stupid Monkey bastard you!”
The South African National Civic Organisation called on the South African Human Rights Commission to investigate.
Vanessa Hartley, a resident of Hout Bay, Western Cape, said too many Africans were flocking to Hout Bay and that soon there would be nothing left of it. “They [are] like stupid animals. We should tie them to a rope,” she wrote on Facebook.
The ANC in the Western Cape has called for the maximum penalty against her while she has continued to defend the statement.
Saldanha Bay mayor Marius Koen blocked access roads to the Saldanha Bay beachfront and gave access cards to residents in the area.
Despite an outcry, Koen said the move was around parking and complaints from residents, and that the matter had been blown out of proportion.
He added that he wanted to maintain law and order as visitors sometimes arrived by the taxi-load, resulting in noise‚ vandalism and drunkenness.
The ANC has called for Koen to be fired and taken to the human rights commission.
Middelburg’s Pieter Hattingh resigned from Hattech Holdings as chief executive after a racist Facebook comment relating to a farm attack. Hattingh used the K-word. The company posted a statement on its Facebook page‚ said it distanced itself from the former chief executive’s views and did not share them.
“It was a stupid of me to say and I was wrong and I am very remorseful. I was an idiot,” he told News24. Hattingh’s Facebook account has since been deleted.
Bungalow restaurant in Clifton, Cape Town, received national attention after two black patrons complained about a receipt given to them where they were referred to as “two blacks”. Many believed this to be racial profiling.
The Bungalow’s marketing manager, Micheline Leo, said a waiter inputted identification notes to help identify tables.
Mark Scott-Crossley, who is believed to have fled Limpopo after an alleged racist attack, is still being hunted by police.
Silence Mabunda, a general worker, had opened a case against Scott-Crossley in December after he grabbed and smashed Mbunda’s cellphone, before allegedly driving over him in an apparent racist attack.
Liam Christian Ferreira
Liam Christian Ferreira kicked off 2017 with a New Year’s Day rant against Muslims on the Langebaan Facebook page.
After a backlash against his comments he issued a formal apology.
“I think it’s a crime that no one is sanding [sic] up to those Muslim bastards blaring their call to pray 5 times a day over massive speakers [sic],” he posted.
“Why do I need to put up with an Arabic tradition created in the dessert [sic] thousands of years ago.”
Ferreira ends his post by declaring: “Stand up for yourselves!!! Burn it down!!!”
The Muslim Judicial Council said Ferreira had apologised.
The council’s president, Shaykh Irafaan Abrahams, said Ferreira had described his “incitement of violence as a grave misjudgment” and “a metaphor poorly executed”.
Ferreira has removed the post, and Abrahams said he was ready to meet him to talk about it.
by Ndileka Lujabe
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Not everyone on the list is worthy of being defended, however that is not the point. For instance, I do not condone the race mixing Ben Sasonof admitted to. Nonetheless I will always defend White Folk who are attacked by our enemies worthy or not.
Furthermore, I William de Hewitt will always speak my mind and reject “Hate Speech Laws” of my racial enemies no matter what. I don’t care what names they call me and I will defend myself if they dare charge me with a crime. Isn’t it strange though how our enemies can say whatever they want about us individually and about the White Aryan Race but never suffer any consequences? And they often openly say they want us dead and will kill us.
These are but two examples out of hundreds I have collected!
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me. What does hurt me is the genocide niggroids and Afrikaner jews are engaging in against my White South Africa Folk. We must not put up with it any longer and we must start to physically and Spiritually fight back by any and all necessary means…
Even if it’s the type of fighting Mark Scott-Crossley engaged in.
If we don’t, there won’t be any of us left!
Here is an article I wrote that is an excellent example of how our enemies get away with “Hate Speech” against us.