Tuesday, August 25, 2009

White South Africans threatened with "revolution from blacks"

Now this makes me angry. This statement and attitude by a knuckle-dragging inbred black biped goes to the core of the problems in South Africa. The white population is the whipping boys for South Africa's problems. Not enough jobs, whitey's to blame, not the ridiculously inflexible labour laws. Have we not chased away enough talent?! Who the fu*k wants to invest in South Africa when they are dictated to by the government whom they may hire? And who says ALL whites are employers? Just being white qualifies whites to become targets of a "revolution by all blacks" because they are not hiring blacks?! Wtf?!

At what point Mr Munista do you think the white population will say "enough" and tear you and your little black government buddies a new one? How far do you want to push us whites? Do you WANT a revolution? Is that an offer or a threat because Mr Black Useless Fuck Munista, I stand ready, willing and very able to join the fight against you and your ilk. My family is out so it's just me and you. Let's have it on. Let's get it over with. Let's tear the country to shreds and see who comes out victorious. I GUARANTEE you muddafu*ker that it won't be you! Stop threatening my people!

Related:
If you're an employer in SA, life just got tougher

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Whites threatened with a revolution by ‘all black people' if racial targets are not met.


PRETORIA (Sapa) - An amendment to the Employment Equality Act to penalise companies not abiding by racial diversification in the workplace was recommended to the labour department on Monday.

Commission for Employment Equality (CEE) chair Jimmy Manyi said government's approach of persuasion was not having the desired effect and black and coloured people were bearing the brunt of it.

Releasing the CEE 2008/09 report in Pretoria, Manyi said it would be recommended that laws governing the Employment Equity Act be revised as they did not deal harshly enough with offenders.

"This law [as it is currently] is very forgiving... the department and the commission are going to take a much lesser conciliatory view," he said.

Currently companies were given time frames to comply if they had been found lacking, however an immediate response such as prosecution had become necessary, he said.

"There are going to be a lot more prosecutions now going on. Those who are not playing ball we will name and shame."

Fines for non-compliance also needed to be reconsidered as they currently amounted to "petty cash". Manyi said the amounts needed to be escalated to 10 percent of a company's turnover, which was similar to penalties handed down by the Competition Commission.

Manyi said while progress was taking place, it was at a slow pace. Out of the over 100 JSE listed companies randomly selected for evaluation, there were "no shining examples".

There was a "shortage of recognition of black people as competent". This was also the case for people with disabilities.

Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana said the figures showed a "disturbing trend" and agreed that prosecution in the Labour Court should be enforced immediately.

"Unfortunately there are people you have to drag to heaven because they are heading for danger."

Mdladlana said the longer it took to implement employment equity in the workplace, the more negative the impact on growth and stability of democracy.

Calls to remove legislation dealing with the lack of racial diversity --a legacy of apartheid -- was tantamount to "throwing away the Constitution".

He said previously disadvantaged people would soon get frustrated with extending an olive branch to people who had formerly oppressed them during the violent apartheid era. [...wtf?!!!...which population group voted by a margin of 70% in 1992 to end apartheid? Who offered the olive branch first?]

"Comply with the law instead of manufacturing a revolution that is not going to take us anywhere... You better touch our hand whilst we are still giving it," he said.

"I want to warn them that the revolution will be a revolution of all black people.

"I am as angry as I was. I have not calmed down a bit. If we want to unite the people of this country this is the route to go," he said.

Manyi said observations had also shown "with a lot of anxiety" that black and coloured people were being given senior titles but were in fact "window dressing".

The report showed that white men represented 61 percent of top management, enjoyed 48 percent of all recruitment and made up 45 percent of all employees promoted to this level.

At the top management level black men represented 10 percent, enjoyed 13 percent of all recruitment and made up 13 percent of all employees promoted to this level.

In this category, Indian men represented five percent and coloured men four percent while white women represented 12 percent, black women just under four percent, and Indian and coloured women each just over one percent.

For the first time the study also looked at how top management in the government sector compared to the private sector.

In government 61 percent were black, 12 percent coloured, five percent Indian, 21 percent white and under one percent foreigners.

In the private sector white people had the highest representation with 74 percent followed by black people with 13 percent, Indians with just under six percent, coloureds with five percent and foreigners accounting for three percent.

Manyi said generally speaking government was closer to achieving the proportional economical active race representation targets.

"Government is trampling the private sector at every turn," he said, adding however that much still needed to be done.

Representation of people with disabilities at all levels and in both private and public sectors dropped from one percent over the previous years to 0.7 percent.

Manyi said in recruitment and promotions the trend showed that white people were generally favoured.

"The job market is pro-white people... we don't have the facts to back up the story that employment equity is anti-white."

He said companies would no longer be able to get away with filing reports that employees were being sent on workshop training.

"We want training that is purposeful... the only training that we are going to accept from now on is training that is aimed at closing the skills gap," Manyi said.

25 Opinion(s):

Anonymous said...

WTF!!?

"Unfortunately there are people you have to drag to heaven because they are heading for danger."

I wonder which "Heaven" this baboon is talking about here?
A Marxist, people's-paradise, no doubt!

h said...

White business owners should start working at moving their businesses to other countries. It is not impossible to do this, it just takes the will and some time. If good white business people can do this, then the blacks in SA are welcome to build their own black businesses and employ their brothas and sistas. Again, the whites are being blamed for the stupidity and laziness of blacks. I say leave, take what you can and start over. Let them go it alone to see how far they get. This is the reason i left and in 6 months of leaving my business is now running and i have alredy started turning a (small) profit. In 1 or 2 years from now, i will be much better off than i ever was in SA bceause here i earn Euros and not the pathetic Rand. Come guys, start the 'great trek' out of SA and let it fail sooner. Perhaps your kids or your grandkids will be the ones to re-colonize SA once all the diseased blacks are gone.

Anonymous said...

How about the darkies starting their own companies? How about the unions starting companies to employ millions of useless boons ?
But this is not what parasites do.

Viking said...

well said, Anon.
There is tons of free money available to help nonwhites start businesses or even BUY existing ones in SA. This article enrages me. What 'olive branch' is he referring to? rolling out the old 'how lucky you whites are that we didn't massacre you all' routine washes with nobody.
I am slowly coming round to the belief that getting the hell out might be the only way. People, you pay too much tax. A friend of mine just handed over nearly 200k to SARS, just so some Minista can have a better sounds system in his BMW.
My visa expires next month, and that's in spite of the fact that my skills are in desparate shortage in this country. I have to leave although my company needs FOUR more of me right NOW!
I despair, completely..

Doberman said...

@ Viking, exactly, the idea that somehow we whites were "spared" retribution by benevolent blacks is utter crap. Blacks know that whites will destroy them, and it won't take many. I mean a small population kept the fuckers at bay for 350 years and it would still be the case today were it not for the traitors in the National Party and an ENTIRE WORLD putting pressure.

Perhaps we need this little civil war other African countries have had which separated fact from fiction. At the moment we have arrogant ANC pricks going around thinking they "beat" whites when they did nothing of the sort.

How much do they think they can squeeze out of a minority? And 16 years, if blacks were capable, given that they've had everything handed to them , AA, BEE, equity laws, they can't come up with their own businesses? Pathetic, blacks are pathetic.

Viking said...

@Doberman
Are they really under the illusion that they won something?? rather than having been handed a free country?

Dachshund said...

"We want training that is purposeful... the only training that we are going to accept from now on is training that is aimed at closing the skills gap," Manyi said.

It's not employers' jobs to provide skills training.

Black education is a total failure, not because enough money hasn't been thrown at it, but because Africans don't want to teach, don't wan't to learn, don't want to work, don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to don't want to

Baas said...

"I stand ready, willing and very able to join the fight against you and your ilk.
Let's have it on. Let's get it over with. Let's tear the country to shreds and see who comes out victorious. I GUARANTEE you muddafu*ker that it won't be you"

Agree

WHERE CAN I SIGN UP??

FMCLAW777 said...

I also wonder what "extended hand" he is talking about, the fact that they steal everything form us just after they killed, murdered and raped us, the extended hand that has run this country single handedly to the ground, the extended hand that doesn't listen when we complain and call us racist, the extended hand that has ACTUALLY just been a RECEIVING HAND since 94. The same extended hand that keeps on taking and taking and taking.

Correct me if I am wrong, but does an "extended hand" not one that gives and gives and helps and appreciates!!

Then my friend, let us take our extended giving hands (since 94) and shove it right up their unappreciative, racist asses. This is enough, we need to take back our money and let these asses pay their own way. I would really like to know if their is ACTUALLY someone that can be contacted regarding this blatant racist attitude of the GOV officials that spend our tax payers money and then still complain about it!!!!!

Dachshund said...

Manyi comes out with this drivel every year to justify his inflated NGO salary.

Mdladlana just goes along with it for the sake of the show. In the last nine years there were only two cases of companies prosecuted and these were both Chinese clothes manufacturers in KZN who didn't supply EE figures. They got away with fines of a couple of thousand rands.

Still, it can scare brown stains into your underpants if you're not prepared for it. And yes, it's a very strong incentive to take your skills elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

This is a black (representing a race which is unable to run businesses successfully) lecturing whites (who built the modern world as we know it) on how to do business.

What's stopping blacks from building up their own businesses and excluding whites? They would if they could, and they then wouldn't need AA and BEE. The answer is incompetence. So the only way they can get into business is to TAKE the white's positions - which is certain to lead to failure - if they can't build their own businesses how are they going to build someone else's?

The WHOLE thing is a setup for FAILURE, with 100% certainty. Not positive news, I'm afraid. Make your plans now, before it is too late.

Black Coffee said...

Is there any possibility that Manyi is speaking the truth in this article? Just a question.

Loggi said...

Maybe, just maybe this will shake a few whites out of their slumber.
I just have too many friends that keep telling me about another murder in their neighborhood and then sending me a picture of renovations on there Plett home.
The glory days are OVER. Get your money out and stop supporting this regime with your taxes

Islandshark said...

I agree - STOP PAYING TAXES!!!

Don't pay your TV licence, utilities, etc. You'll bankrupt the municipalities and utility providers in less than 3 months. The government won't last much longer...

Viking said...

@Black Coffee

I have no doubt personally that he is speaking the truth - eventually if the 'masses' perceive that change is not happening quick enough they will revolt, and the government will have a ready made scapegoat: the white sheep of the family.

Anonymous said...

I live close to a Black owned BMW dealership. When my lights are off his are on, because he bought and paid for his own sub station.(he has faith in EShKOM not)Funny how most of the people working for him are white. Why is the govenmunt not forcing this rich black man to employ more of his own kind? Even the black business people don't want to hire lazy people who just steal the air we breathe while expecting to be paid more than the people who earn their salaries with productivity. Nuff said

Anonymous said...

It's about time blacks started apologising and making real efforts to stop polarising the races. Before we can put it all behind us, I would like blacks to do the following:
1) Apologise for always playing the race card
2) Get the chip off the shoulder
3) Apologise for BEE and AA - And admit that Bee and AA in effect degrades blacks because they were appointed soley because of the colour of their skin
5) Stop blaming apartheid!
6) Wash with lifebouy soap on a fucken DAILY basis!

Anonymous said...

@BC: Your questioning the truth about ANC's racist discriminatory laws is as stupid as questioning the truth about Nazi's racist discriminatory Nuremberg Laws.

Black Coffee said...

Anon 9:19 and Viking - let me elaborate. What I question is whether ANC's laws are indeed discriminatory. In the article Manyi argues that only between 10 to 13% of management positions in South Africa's private sector are held by blacks. Is this accurate? If it is, it should be clear to anyone who is not racist that in a country where blacks form roughly 70% of population this is a problem. Is all of this caused by racism, or does much of disparity go back to lack of skills by blacks? If it is the latter that goes back to legacy of education, both under apartheid and after. From my study of history I learned there have been some blacks in management positions during apartheid, since the mid-1970s when many companies, American and South African, tried to look like they implemented the Sullivan Principles. My query is - if the numbers Manyi cites are correct, why is the percentage of blacks in management positions so low relative to their percentage of South Africa's population? And why is this the case 15 years after the 1994 election?

FishEagle said...
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FishEagle said...

Black Coffee, it's because the blacks aren't competent or intelligent enough.

Islandshark said...

@FE: I do believe you will get into a pointless argument with BC.

He'll have ten excuses why the majority can't possibly be incompetent, corrupt or just lazy - even though the facts of darkies in charge of SA and other African companies speak for themselves.

Let's be honest - look at Obongo in the States (who's supposed to be a step or two above his African cousins left behind) and the people he surrounds himself with - radicals, anti-white hate preachers, thugs, criminals (organised crime, tax evaders ,etc), not to mention Obongo's own true self which emerges the moment the teleprompter is switched off.

And the cousins left behind would be more responsible, accountable and mature HOW?

yehuali said...

I am not a south African. I stumbled upon this blog accidentally and I read the comments. I am extremely surprised by the amount of hatred that are thrown at black south Africans. I always thought of them as the most forgiving people in the world since after all that happened, they still live with the descendants of the people who oppress them for so long on their own land. And now, I am totally aghast at the kind of things you people are saying about them. Affirmative action is a normal process that is being used everywhere in the world to redistribute wealth and jobs and education opportunities. It is used to support women , and other disadvantaged groups like blacks and native Americans for example. what I found most disturbing is, you guys still talk as if it is not your country, but as if you are the colonizers. It is as if your are negotiating that you still want to stay on power. very sad.

Islandshark said...

@ yehuali:

After what happened? Your opinion of what happened in South Africa prior to 1994 or the Marxist propaganda crap you were fed for decades (and you gullibly swallowed down like a mindless puppet) by the Carters, Kennedys, Jacksons, Sharptons and endless lists of communist thugs of this world.

The fact that you even use the word "colonizers" in relation to South Africa discloses what you actually know about the history of SA.

Which is just a tad more than your capacity to think for yourself, but being a puppet unfortunately still amounts to less than bugger all.

Vanilla Ice said...

@Yehuali. Are you acquainted with sub-saharan Africa and it's people? I bet not. Do us all a favour and get acquainted before commenting.