‘Shoot the Boers, shoot, shoot’ are bizarre race-hating lyrics from a popular song used by radical Black groups in South Africa. The Equality Division of the Supreme Court in South Africa has ruled that the song ‘Kill the Boers’ was not a case of ‘hate speech.’ The hateful song, which celebrates the killing of Dutch settlers in South Africa, is protected by freedom of expression and must be left to the political debate within society, according to the court.
Europeans don’t realize one day they will become a minority in their own countries, warns best-selling South African writer Ernst Roets in an interview with media. Then it will be too late. He says is surprised by how open Europeans are to mass immigration. He warns that the demographic consequences will be enormous, including Europeans becoming a minority in their own countries.
When pondering the chronic power crisis affecting South Africa one is reminded of the term ineptocracy: “A system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.”
Members of the Israeli delegation were expelled from the hall where the meeting of the African Union summit in Addis Ababa was held. This is reported by The Times of Israel with reference to the representative of the country’s Foreign Ministry, Lior Hayat.
When the actor Roger Moore passed away on May 23, 2017, I felt a personal sense of loss. The Thespian is perhaps best known for his part as James Bond; others will relate better to his role in The Saint TV series.
Probably the most well-known coup staged by British intelligence since 1945 was the overthrow of Iran’s democratically-elected government in 1953, an operation planned with the CIA. But the UK has been involved in at least 41 other attempts to overthrow governments since the end of the Second World War.
The Chinese are looting resources in Zimbabwe while treating locals as second-class citizens. Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa is not taking any action against this, says Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG) Executive Director Farai Maguwu.
WASHINGTON, January 11 – RIA Novosti. The black rights movement Black Lives Matter (Black Lives Matter), in a statement published on Twitter, called for the disbandment of the police and called law enforcement officers themselves killers.
Declassified meets Kenyans affected by ongoing British military exercises, including a boy maimed by a bomb who suffers continuous endless torture and women who claim the army’s use of white phosphorus causes blindness and miscarriages.
Algeria, a nation that dominates North Africa appears to have fallen of NATO’s radar in recent years. The alliance, still gloating over the destruction of Gaddafi’s oil-rich but rebellious Libya ~ maybe busy counting the gold bars their political bosses seized, Algeria has seemingly sneaked in unobserved.