Posted on Apr 6, 2011 in General | 2 comments
In this edition of NPI Live, Richard Spencer is joined by Dan Roodt, a South African activist and writer, to discuss the current situation in South Africa and the ongoing battle between the Afrikaner people and the hostile ANC.
Let me boil it down to its most simplistic form:
Some Blacks have a hate towards Boere and rightly so, given the humiliation cast on them by Apartheid. Many Blacks have moved on and are looking towards the future, they have no racial issues with Whites, many Whites have also moved on.
BUT, for as long as you have racist minorities like Eugene (AWB), Julius Malema (ANCYL) and people keeping the racist flame alive (like this article) then racism will remain real in South Africa.
I’m not denying the statistics that the majority of crime world-wide are committed by Africans, but we have to agree that not all Blacks are like that. I personally have Coloured and Black firends whom I have a lot of respect for, and purely because of this I will keep on treating them with respect and keep on hoping that things will change by every small effort I make to help give them their dignity back.
…a dignified person with hope for his future has no reason to commit crime.
I use to be a racist, luckily I’ve woken up.
>>I use to be a racist, luckily I’ve woken up.<<
My word… perhaps you need to understand that to excuse bad behavior based on race, actually makes you the racist.
Our world of the White Gentile is dying, and you are turning away and contributing to this holocaust of the good in society. Shame shame shame…
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