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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

A freaking lunatic in Parliament


MAMPARA OF THE MONTH

Minister of Women, Children and People with Disability Lulu Xingwana.
File photo: Sizwe Ndingane (Independent Newspapers)

This MAMPARA is South Africa's current Minister for Women, Children and People with Disabilities. She’s been a Member of Parliament since 1994, and has held various prestigious positions in the ANC since then (view them here). She’s a racist of note, and should have been fired long ago. She should be thankful she hasn’t been declared MAMPARA OF THE CENTURY yet, or labelled by the media as, Lame Lulu!

It’s hard to keep up with all the many controversies this woman has been involved in. The latest article on Mike Smith’s blog highlights what a “nasty piece of work” she is. It seems that theft, corruption and controversy follows her, like a gloomy shadow, wherever she goes.

In 2007, in her appointment as Agriculture and Land Affairs Minister, the woman caused controversy when she accused white farmers of being cruel and inhumane towards their workers, but couldn’t come up with a single shred of evidence to support her accusations. She simply sucks these outrageous statements out of her thumb, it seems. She even claimed that farmers regularly "rape and assault" their workers, enraging many farmers in the process, including two prominent farm unions, AgriSA and the Transvaal Agricultural Union.

In April 2009, a report in the Afrikaans newspaper Rapport repeated details found by one of its readers in a three-page Land Affairs document of a special mobile toilet, imported at R500,000, for Xingwana's exclusive use while handing over land in various parts of the country. Its specifications were said to include gold trimmings, but Xingwana's spokesperson denied the claim, declaring that, although Xingwana did indeed have a specially-reserved toilet, it was no different from those which played host to the hoi polloi. - [Source]

In March 2010 Lulu Xingwana stormed out of an art exhibition that she was attending in her capacity of minister of Arts and Culture. The official reason provided through her spokesperson was that it was “immoral, offensive and going against nation-building.” - [Source]

In April 2012 Xingwana shocked fellow passengers on an SAA flight when she swore at cabin crew and used the k-word. She was furious because SAA crew wouldn’t upgrade her ticket from economy class to business class. A fellow passenger said he saw how Xingwana yelled at a white air hostess: “Shut up! Shut up! Is it because I’m a kaffir?” Passengers on the plane were shocked and embarrassed that the woman was a National Minister. - [Source]

More recently, in February 2013, she allegedly splurged R2.1million of state's funds decorating her department's head office – [Source].

Last week, Tuesday 19 February, Xingwana joined a toy-toying group of lunatics, mainly from the ANC Women's League, who were protesting outside the court at the bail hearing of Oscar’s Pistorius – waving placards and demanding the head of the embattled paralympian athlete.

The woman obviously has a vendetta of some sort against while males, and particularly the Afrikaners. I’m convinced she would not have gone to all the trouble if Oscar was a black man. Her behaviour at Oscar’s bail hearing was somewhat gratuitous – considering that she is Minister of Women, Children and People with Disability.

The latest controversy:

In an interview aired on Monday evening on the Australian news channel ABC News Xingwana stated:
“Young Afrikaner men are brought up in the Calvinist religion believing that they own a woman, they own a child, they own everything and therefore they can take that life because they own it.”

And this is a National Minister speaking!

But guess what? Most of the contentious utterances made by this crazed woman are specifically designed to fit in with the current worldview, and for the sake of Political Correctness. Sometimes they’re mixed with a good portion of truth (or what people believe is the truth) to give the statement credibility, but most of us understand – it’s the small amounts of toxin that causes the damage. The bottom line is – it is people like Xingwana who are schooled and backed by the liberal mob, and it is this same demonic liberal mob who keep them in positions of authority and power, no matter how many stupendous blunders they make.

The Australian ABC News report focused on how the Pistorius case highlighted gun violence in South Africa. “I would ask him to tell the truth. I would ask him to respect women,” Xingwana said. “I would ask him to get rid of all his guns. Because I believe if he did not have guns in his home, Reeva Steenkamp would be alive today.” Xingwana also said: “We still have to deal with the consequences of the war of Apartheid and the brutality of Apartheid that has actually affected the psyche of our society.” (Why am I yawning?) It is near the end of the video where Xingwana utters the outrageous statement concerning Afrikaner Calvinists.

The ABC News report and video can be viewed here.

Ernst Roets, the deputy chief executive of AfriForum, said: “Xingwana’s remarks boil down to a blatant contravention of various sections of the Promotion of Equality and the Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act... She has discriminated on the basis of race, faith and gender... On top of that, she clearly lacks the necessary expertise to talk knowledgeably on the topic.”

Roets added that AfriForum had submitted the matter to its legal team.

The Afrikanerbond also hit out at the minister, with a spokesman, Jan Bosman, saying on Tuesday night: “This is an extreme verbal attack on the integrity of Afrikaners. It is unwarranted, uncalled for and without any substance.
“Many non-Afrikaners, black and white, are members of Calvinist churches and her latest statement could be considered as religious intolerance,” Christian Democratic Party spokesperson Reverend Theunis Botha said today.

Zuma ‘must fire’ Xingwana (City Press) – Yes!!! And he better do it quickly before this woman causes more harm in a society that is already way too stressed-out as a consequence of experiencing one crazy tragedy after the next – nonstop.

BUT this will never happen because the liberal mob thrives on chaos, and will do whatever it takes to shift the blame. They will always blame Apartheid and will never acknowledge the fact that South Africa’s problems are largely due to a pathetically incompetent government, because it is they themselves who put these Communist-gangsters in power.

6 comments :

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

Tia, thanks for this one, really, its very good. She is a retarded mamparra moron with disabilities. That my view of this utter piece of shit, she's nothing more. As if she is so concerned about Reeva's death. She cares less than I care for this socalled minister. What a disgrace is she! Look at that F**ked face of her. A total brainfailure(cum laude).

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

Lulu Xingwana has now apologised...

"It has become clear to me that my comments may have offended some members of our community. I would, accordingly, like to retract these remarks and apologise unconditionally to them." - Source

Let's hope the Australians at ABC News are also listening.

I still think though she doesn’t deserve her position as Minister, but as indicated in this posting – there are reasons why these people are ‘kept’ in positions of authority.

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

why fire the porch monkey? it is only expressing the views of the many? In any case king zoooma will just replace it with another retard....rather take its responses as a wake up call. They dont like us, we dont like them, and THEY are in charge (at the moment).

Anton

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

Just a suggestion Tia, reveal one mampara a month. I am sure there must be some more than this one. MSM just keep on telling us that government is on track. What bs.

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

@whiteson, there are so many - it's going to be a real mission to decide who qualifies for this award ;-)

Riaan Kruiwa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Someone learnt a intelligent-sounding word (Calvinistic) and HAD to use it where many people would notice. I wonder if she has the slightest clue as to what Calvinism is, or even who the person behind the original doctrine is. ;-)

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