Anthony Bourdain is described in the entertainment world as a, "Renowned chef, bestselling author and Emmy winning TV host…. a trailblazer and outspoken commentator who provides unique insights into food, current events, and cultures around the world."
In a recent show Parts Unknown screened on Friday on CNN International (DStv 401) Bourdain described the Boer citizen-soldiers at the famous statue of Paul Kruger on Church Square in Pretoria, as "ugly Dutch guys with guns" and "assholes". Bourdain flippantly asked: "Who are those ugly white men?" and then: "Who are those assholes anyway?" taking no time to actually find out. Meanwhile people from all races continue to pose for pictures at the statue. "They look like they're either coming from, or on their way to oppress the black man," said Bourdain. "The first order of business when I take my country back is take that shit down. Tear that down!"
See full report on www.channel24.co.za
Now imagine the uproar by the demonic liberal mob if someone had to say these things about any one of Mandela’s many statues that (dis)grace the landscapes of this once proud and god-fearing nation?!?
|One of four statues: Anonymous Boer citizen-soldier - Church Square, Pretoria.|
By the way - When Eugène Terre'Blanche pointed at the statue of Chief Tshwane at the old Pretoria City Hall and referred to him as an “apie” (monkey) which is actually the true meaning of the word "Tshwane" a complaint was immediately lodged with the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) by a Communications Department official, Panyaza Lesufi. The complaint was supported by the entire ANC mob. South Africans, particularly Afrikaners, were urged to denounce Terre’Blanche’s remarks and urge him to apologize. Terre'Blanche was later murdered by savages on his farm, on 3 April 2010. He was beaten to death with pipes and pangas (machetes), while napping.
FOR THE RECORD … The black township Mamelodi in Pretoria East was named, by the Black people themselves, in honour of Paul Kruger who had the amazing ability to whistle and imitate a variety of birds. Mamelodi means "mother of melodies" and it is the respectful name by which Black people back then referred to Kruger. Source: University of Pretoria: Mamelodi Library
The name has remained unchanged to this very day and so has the street in Pretoria CBD named in his honour as Paul Kruger Street. Back in Kruger’s days the various races of Southern Africa had far more respect for one another than we have today. The swearword “RACIST” – created by our modern-day liberals did not exist back in those days. See also: The Racist Oom Paul.
This incessant onslaught and unashamed distortion of our European-African Heritage needs to STOP!
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