Friday, 1 June 2012

I am a Racist


The following article appeared on South Africa's News 24 last week, however, much of it could apply equally to Britain, America or really any current western nation:

I am a Racist  


A South African artist called Brett Murray has been causing a huge stir since his painting of South Africa’s president titled The Spear was put up in  a local gallery. The ANC have worked themselves up into a total frothy about the painting and their biggest issue with it - It’s racist. ???????

Disrespectful, maybe. Rude, maybe. But racist???

That little word that has become the political whip with which the ANC work the masses up into angry mobs and riots anytime something happens that they don’t like. And it’s becoming really really tiring.

In South Africa, the word racist has lost it’s original meaning and now only get’s used to describe a white person doing something a black person doesn’t like. You never hear it used in any other context. You can’t say to a black CEO that he is racist because he won’t hire white people, no - he’s just making sure that only blacks get hired because of BEE. You can’t call a university racist because they won’t accept an application from a white student with straight A’s for 8 subjects - instead taking on a black student who barely passed matric. Nope, they’re not racist, they’re just correcting the wrongs of the past. But god forbid you do hire the white person or you do admit the white student, you’ll be branded racist by the government quicker that you can say “colour shouldn’t be the issue here” because how dare you choose a white person over a black person in a democratic South Africa.

Most of the time when you are a white person and you call your fellow countrymen to be held accountable for their unacceptable words and actions such as corruption, nepotism, fraud, theft, you’ll be branded a racist. 

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Hat Tip: Dina, Tinus and Laager

9 comments:

Ryu said...

A racist is the worst thing one could be today. It ranks right around pedophilia.

But I'm exceptionally proud of whites who self identify as racists. They are the bravest and most courageous men alive today. Multiculturalists do not have long to go and soon every white will have to be a racist to survive.

Mister Fox said...

There is a lot of anti-White racism from those with power. Look how they have made this innocent people suffer.

http://kitmantv.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/justice-for-charlene-downes.html

Mister Fox said...

The EU-Africa Union

We're already 20 million people over our negligible "self-sustainable population" limit. We're strained as it is, we don't even have the fresh water networks to sustain our current population adequately, nevermind flooding another 50 million people or so from Africa! We don't have the houses, the jobs, the water supply, the agriculture, the space or the economy to sustain any more people, we need to lower our population numbers not higher it.

Not to mention the sovereignty issues this union will pop up, the cultural clashes, the crime, the violence, our leaders are marching us blindly into a fullscale civil war.

Anyway back to the point, the Africa-EU is already well under-way:
http://www.africa-eu-partnership.org...ic-partnership

More integration between Africa & Europe will take place this & next year:
The Summit shaped the future relations between two continents and adopted The 3rd Africa-EU Summit declaration and the 2nd Action Plan 2011-2013.
This is the official target of the European Union for 2011-2013.
1. African unity
2. interdependence between Africa and Europe
3. ownership and joint responsibility
4. respect for human rights, democratic principles and the rule of law
5. right to development
6. coherence and effectiveness
7. strong political dialogue
8. co-management of and co-responsibility for global issues
9. burden-sharing and mutual accountability
10. solidarity and mutual confidence
11. equality and justice
12. common and human security
13. respect for international law and agreements
14. gender equality and non-discrimination
15. a long-term approach.
"Burden-sharing" rings alarm bells for me. You know what that means, an extra £30,000,000,000 a day from Britain to Africa or something along those lines, and the population of Africa will be entitled to welfare & benefits in the EU, or, more so, the UK.

The four main objectives of the JAES are:


improving the Africa-EU political partnership
promoting:
peace, security, democratic governance and human rights
basic freedoms, gender equality
sustainable economic development, including industrialisation
regional and continental integration
ensuring that all the Millennium Development Goals are met in all African countries by 2015

effective multilateralism
a people-centred partnership.
And the European Union has already stated one of its plans for Africa.. is migration. (And we all know where the European Union will be nudging the Africans to migrate to, don't we? "Keep going past Calais!"

The 2nd Action Plan

The Strategy's Second Action Plan sets out cross cutting issues and eight areas for strategic partnership for 2011-13:
1. Peace and Security
2. Democratic Governance and Human Rights
3. Regional Economic Integration, Trade and Infrastructure
4. Millennium Development Goals
5. Climate Change
6. Energy
7. Migration, Mobility and Employment
8. Science, Information Society and Space
Scary stuff, these aren't future plans, these aren't theoretical motions or policies.. this is happening right now behind our backs.

Col. B. Bunny said...

The mind reels at the deceptive, sophomoric drivel in those lists.

Anonymous said...

The Agricultural Union of South Africa has issued a Press release today:

"We have learned of an attack on an elderly couple on their farm near Ladysmith in Natal.
This is the 53rd attack this year on a farm. In this year's attacks 18 farmers have been killed. Since 1990, 1569 farmers have been murdered on their farms.

The agricultural community still feels that to a large extent it is singled out as the community most affected by the attacks against them and the question arises is this can be part of genocide unfolding?

Therefore TAU SA supports any initiative that can be helpful in addressing the problem of farm and other murders in South Africa, ass well as the problem of crime in general. In this regard TAU SA gives its support to a march on June 19, by several artists, against violence. An appeal is made ??to TAU SA-members to support this event if possible. The vice-president and chairman of the safety committee as well as the general manager of TAU SA, Messrs. Henry Geldenhuys and Bennie van Zyl, and other agricultural leader figures will also participate."

Anonymous said...

Hello Mr. Fox I see that you are a very active Blogger. Pray tell me how did you manage to get so many words about the EU into the little comments box all in one go? Normally I have been restricted and then I always have to cut it down to size before it is accepted. Nevertheless all jokes aside your comment was very interesting and very informative. However I must confess that all the beautiful words on the EU agenda are just an eyeblind for the world to see. Africa is not known as the "Dark continent" for nothing and the items on the list have never been practiced, are not being practiced at present and will never be practiced in the future. If only the items listed could be made true in deeds and not just remain as written words on paper then that would be a grand day for Africa. In the meantime while the shallow EU show is on the go the gullible first world countries will have to play the generous and kind big brother. They have always done so in the past and they will continue to do so in the future and the African Union will sit back as happy as a pig in pooh. At the end of the day all that the EU would have achieved again in Africa is a big nothing. Yet on the other hand they know that by putting on their worthless grand show that the kind hearted big brothers in the world will always give them a big generous something. They don't only know it but also expect it. Keep on blogging Mr. Fox your information was very enlightening about the items listed on the EU agenda even though they are never going to be practiced in Africa. Have a good day further.

Anonymous said...

I am a Racist because I Believe the words of scientists and not the words of ambigious self centred politicians. I am a Racist because I believe in truth and reality and not in lies and deceit. I am a Racist because I believe in loyaly serving God and my country first and foremost before I serve my own needs. I will never serve Satan and a land of evil political fantasy. I am proud of who I am and what I am and also of what I have honestly achieved in my life. The majority of highly intelligent scientists today have no place in their hearts for politics and are not afraid to say so. Albert Einstein was one of them. Racism is used as a political tool to serve the politicians needs and not the peoples needs. Those of you who have followed the Brett Murray case/debacle in S. Africa will understand what I am saying. If you Google the name of Richard Mddluli into the search engine and look hard at his paintings past and present you will discover that he has clearly painted without restrictions. In one of his paintings he depicts Zuma and Tutu together in it and both are in very compromising circumstances indeed. He painted it in 2010 and he was also expressing his feelings in the very same way as Brett Murray did but nothing was ever said or done about it. He is a black artist you see and blacks are always only expressing their feelings but the white artist is a RACIST of the worst kind. Take a look for yourself and you will see exactly what I mean. Am I a Racist ... No but a REALIST would be a more befitting name.

Anonymous said...

Only whites are judged to be horrendous racists and are severely punished. Blacks and other people of colour are judged to be everything and anything suitable/acceptable that relinquishes them from any form of responsibility and punishment. Its a very bad and sad day when the EVIL stepson is favoured over and above the GOOD legal son and is deliberately, ignorantly and blatantly selected to be placed first in line to receive the family fortune/inheritance. Is there no shame at all with regards to these prejudiced judgements and how much longer does the judiciary intend to favour the EVIIL stepson over and above the true blood off their own kind?

Anonymous said...

I just finished watching zulu with Stanley baker and micheal Cain. When the welch sang o wept with pride in the old movies when pipes play and lads march in it gives me goose flesh. When I see fresh faced kids play and that English peaches and cream complexion I just have to smile. When I hear this iland this this England my heart swells with pride .yes I love and prefer my own and in todays world of ethnic pride and genecidal celibration that makes me aracist. A transplanted Scot white by birth. And texan buy the grace of god.