Monday, April 21, 2014

The biggest problem in this country…


According to an anonymous commentator on this blog, SOUTH AFRICA’S BIGGEST PROBLEM is the fact that,


The paradox of it all is that this anonymous critic begins his/her absurd comment by stating that, “Whites (sic) south africans (sic) are the most racist around the world, I lived in England and California but never experienced racism like I do in south (sic) africa (sic).” This buffoon goes on to state that he/she will support Malema, whites must hand over their land and leave, that he/she will rather starve like Zimbabweans than leave (sic) like foreigners in their country of birth. The comment ends with his /her regret that there never was a white genocide in 1994.

The comment was made on the posting titled: ‘Honeymoon is over for white people in South Africa’ – EFF.

Now let me (Tia Mysoa) tell you what the biggest problem is in South Africa: 
There are way too many uneducated and half-educated people in this country who share the exact same dangerous psychopathic sentiments as this idiot-commentator… And that, my friends, sums up South Africa’s dilemma in one sentence!



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

'n Mens se mond hang oop vir hoe mense (soos die kommentator) hulle naam met 'n plank kan slaan! Eisj!

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

Yes TIA, this kind of rhetoric is the order of the day nowadays. I agree that the single and biggest problem is the uneducated and half educated morons. Always threatening whites and riding the Apartheid horse like mad. In fact they do not know anything. It is just pure hatred for the Whiteman, that's the only thing they have a lot of knowledge of. If he thinks that we will wait for them to come and slaughter us at will, maybe he must try to think again. It's true that they are slaughtering us today. But the magnitude he is wishing for, that's something else.

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

This idiot, like many other idiots with this kind of "opinion", make the assumption that with their "genocide", we will just accept it as it comes and not fight back or do anything about it.

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

Hello TIA

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