So the High Court in Azania ruled that "Kill the Boer, kill the farmer" is hate speech and that it incites racial hatred. Bravo you might think! That will put Julius wanktard in his place!
But hang on, none other than the ANC itself is appealing the Court's decision. So the ANC backs Julius and the youth league. What other conclusion can we draw?
What we are witnessing currently in ZA is a reversion to type. A kind of atavistic urge that seems to be expressing itself in the general black population. Before I get accused of making wild generalisations, bear in mind that the "general population" voted for the ANC. The black youth of voting age overwhelmingly voted for the ANC and overwhelmingly support the ANCYL and the ANC. So it is not a generalisation. For the sake of brevity, I refer to this segment of the population (sowing discord, chaos and anarchy) as "blacks in general".
So we find them singing "kill the boer, kill the farmer" and songs about "whites are rapists" and even the president himself is notorious for his "bring me my machine gun"
We find a story about the corrupted, convicted murderess and embittered divorcee, "petrol and matches" Winnie Mandela, who spewed her vitriol in an interview with a UK newspaper that "Madiba sold out the blacks" and furthermore "I cannot forgive him for going to receive the Nobel with his jailer De Klerk".
What is it all about?
Apartheid ended nearly twenty years ago! Am I missing something! It's over, gone, kaput, never gonna come back.
By contrast, the whites have been huge stoics. Disciplined, yet willing to change. Willing to bear their burden and move on with life. Yet every day they are faced with these threats, taunts and jeers by a motley crew of uneducated morons, backed by the ANC! The f**cking government supports "kill the boer, kill the farmer!"
Why the huge chip on the shoulder?
Could it be, now bear with me, this is speculative, so be patient, I'm throwing this in for opinion and comment; I could be wrong. Could it be that the ANC (a liberation movement, not a political party, never mind a Government) is experiencing something of an identity crisis?
Is it possible that this liberation movement has been totally unable to move on, into the future, with the rest of the country?
Even the COPE party has welcomed the verdict of the Court.
Is the ANC having a little philosophical dilemma, perhaps experiencing some existentialist angst within their collective consciousness?
Does the ANC want to go back to the struggle?
Does the ANC want to have it's blood revolution after all?
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