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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Dubula Trouble




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

Who is that waste of a white skin apologising on behalf of the Afrikaner. Twat!

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

Would I be correct in saying that "here comes groot kak in the land". Did you notice when malbaboon sang kiss the boer the crowd pointed their fingers like a gun and winnie the poo said the white's will see what we(blacks) are. This is very frightning to say the least. Let us not forget the white TRAITORS in South Africa, it appears most of them are afrikaners, look at the white baboon Adriaan Snyman standing there. I wish I were back in my army/border days, I would take him out one time. Read Mike Smith's article on http://mspoliticalcommentary.blogspot.com/

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

Personally, I feel that Malema and his supporters are receiving way too much publicity. What we need is some real dynamic stuff, for example: “Malema and bodyguards - taken out execution style with paintball guns,” – or something to that effect!

Tia Mysoa – writing from Langebaan, Western Cape.

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@AnonymousWho is that white guy?

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

That white arsehole should be shot as a traitor to his race! Who give him the right to apologise on behalf of anybody. Please publish his name!

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

Once more the guilt of our 1% of so-called "sins" is more powerful than the pride in our 99% achievement and light bearing.

This twat is obviously trying to get a "tendah"...

@ TIA - Unfortunately the fire discipline of these knuckle dragging thugs is probably atrocious and firing a paint-ball gun anywhere near them would be suicide. I would prefer to frag the lot at 1500m using an AGS-17 grenade launcher (It is heavier and therefore more stable than the newer AGS-30)... There will be some small collateral damage but hopefully limited to Mandela-the-Shit and the die-hard sycophants of the woodworking geniuses inner circle.

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

Intriguing stuff.
Winnie Mandela saying: "White (Africans) will see what we are"

What I see in the pictures are Black Africans dressed in western clothes wearing wigs to look like western white people

At least in west Africa they have their own style of apparel - even if it is made from western fabrics

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

I posted the name of the white dude, second comment from the top, don,t you guys read?
His name is Adriaan Snyman, it appears he also wants to kill his afrikaner/boers.

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

@AnonymousWe know the one in the monkey suit is Adriaan Snyman, we want to know who is the white person apologising on behalf of all white people and that the freedom song Kill the Boer does not offend him!!

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

@ Anonymous said... April 20, 2011 8:46 PM

Sorry about that! I was so pissed off with him, I missed your post!Just like the Boer War - Hensoppers will be there!

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

@Jamboth (Can't change the previous post)

Wait a minute! Snyman is NOT the idiot who apologised! Snyman is the security idiot. Who is the idiot apologising on the stage!?

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

I’ve searched high and low to found out who the white traitor is in the video – the chap chanting “Viva” and apologising to the k-4’s – but I cannot find a single reference to the incident, nor any mention of his name. He does look familiar though, and his accent suggests that he may not be South African.

The other traitor, bodyguard Adriaan Snyman, is apparently facing serious charges related to a botched armed robbery in which R4m was planned to be stolen.... News report here.

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