and who said Black South African education was limited?

After all, they know how to burn and riot:


But they really don’t seem to remember, when searching for a daub-space for their obscene comments, that a good third of those South African servicemen who died in WW2 in the Allied cause were Black!


4 comments for “and who said Black South African education was limited?

  1. john in cheshire
    February 21, 2016 at 8:08 pm

    Well there you see first hand what white people are having to put up with under a black collectivist regime. That South Africa was a good country to live in, for everyone, prior to the black takeover is of course immaterial. Who remembers Winnie Mandela celebrating the murder of fellow blacks by necklacing; having a tyre put around your neck, filled with petrol which was then set alight. That was at the behest of the great saint’s then wife. What whites need to ask themselves is would you prefer to be ruled by whites or by non-whites? I know what I’d choose.

  2. February 21, 2016 at 10:41 pm

    I lived and worked in South Africa for eighteen-odd years.

    Yes, there were unjust rules, and silly laws; but it was a good place to live, and the rules were changing, but the sacred ‘vote’ was won, Mandela the terrorist was freed, and the Nationalist Government gave in to international blackmail led by the USA; and thirty years later, what do we see? Wholesale corruption, an ANC ruling elite who know that they are above the law, and the black man? All he gets is calls to ‘kill the white man’, in place of a job and a reasonable standard of living.

    Rainbow Nation? Bollocks!

  3. Johnnydub
    February 22, 2016 at 9:44 am

    Wasn’t it the King of the Zulu’s who recently said life was better under Apartheid?

  4. Ted Treen
    February 23, 2016 at 2:03 am

    It’s “Lord of the Flies” on an epic scale.

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