Monday, April 12, 2010

MySASucks has Permanently Shut down!


It appears that the blog site mysasucks.com has shut down for good. A backup blog will be activated soon at
http://boerboel1.wordpress.com/

One of their old commentators, known as Mike Smith, is currently reporting on political issues at http://mspoliticalcommentary.blogspot.com/

9 comments :

He of Difficult Days said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Gonville has issues with friction between whites. I was tossed off that blog because I dared to mention that afrikaners cant stand together. Gonville doesnt have the stomach to tolerate a difference of opinions amongst whites

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Well, it's a real pity, -- 'cause Gonville published some excellent articles, which I really enjoyed reading.

Shannon said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@HODD

I had wondered where you disappeared to.

@Tia

Thanks for the heads up on the back up site. I have to agree with you. From reading the last of Bantu Education's comments he was clearly ticked off.

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

It is over for the Boers; in fact it was over a long time ago. Face up to reality and emigrate while you still have a chance. The black.. brown wave is unstoppable!

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

no actually he was wrong.I pointed it out to him.we could pick on blacks, indians, coloureds, christians, muslims, hindus,hell even pick on us ol afrikaaners, but lo and behold you could not speak about the JEW. he would get into a hissy fit. why is that? are they superior to the boer/afrikaaner/christian? hell no.those thieves were kicked out of 80 countries(you people sit on the net so long check it out)all mostly euro countries. are you saying their hosts were bad? never. something was wrong with them.the important point to make is they started the bolshevik revolution, also capitalism. first they are the enemy. read an artilce on www.vho.org. search for it on south africa. about how the afrikaaners got screwed. during cecil john rhodes time. check jewatch.com. every ism is to be blamed on them, but unfortunatly one would hear a white (by the way jews regard themselves as a seperate race, they wont tell you that to your face.)say I have good jew friends. dont we have whites today saying I have good black,indian,coloured friends? many people pointed out to him as to who owns the press. and one last comment the people you cannot talk about are the ones in power, reread the first paragraph again. please people with tears in my eyes wake up, you are already slaves, wake up.

ek borsel my tande terip teraps.

Concerned South African said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ anon

The fat lady still hasn't sung for the boers yet. I wouldn'd count them out.

As for the black and brown wave being unstoppable. Well, I believe that once people know what this black/brown wave is and dismiss it with the contempt it deserves. It will be stopped. Your wave contains no force inside its own. All its power is given to it by traitors from within the white's rank. Once these traitors are spotted and eliminated, your wave will die off from starvation and disease and be nothing but a blot on history.

CSA

John Phoenix said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

MSAS is back up and running, well for the most part, 300 hits in one day. Lets keep this going, so that the fat lady never sings on what UG/Gonville and all the other dedicated readers/admins/regulars accomplished.

The link again:
MySASUCKS

He of Difficult Days said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Hey, Jew Hating Boer. I took your advice and Read what Kemp has to say about the whole Jew thing. First thing I read on his blog was how Marx (a Jew) was actually against the Jews and hated them

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

To He of Difficult Days,

To whom exactly are you addressing this comment?

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