Die skoen is alreeds aan die ander voet! Waar dit in die hitte van die aanslag op Nasionalisme, altyd die voorstanders daarvan was wat moes verdedig, is dit nou anders. Wanneer Donald Trump die waarheid praat, al is dit nou in kru taal, dan is dit die taalgebruik wat hom ‘n rassis maak om die klem te probeer afwentel van die waarheid wat hy praat. Deur elke bekende én onbekende liberalis en swarte, word hy aangeval en veroordeel .
Indien die Afrikalande, die “Nuwe” Suid Afrika daarby ingesluit, nie spreekwoordelik die voorkoms van ‘n rioolput verteenwoordig nie en die uitsprake en optredes van swart Afrikaleiers nie verdien om gekritiseer te word nie, in watter terme ookal, wat dan??
Moet daar aanvaar word dat dit wat ooglopend verwerplik is, gemeet aan die mees basiese norme van beskawing, bloot verdra moet word omdat kritiek volgens die liberalis, humanis en “edele barbaar” se vertolking rassisties, aanstootlik of vernederend is? Sodoende word dit dan die norm en vooruitgang van die blanke ras as onbillike bevoordeling beklad!
Die opheffing begrond uit kritiek oor foutiewe en meesal moedswillige uitsprake en optrede in weerwil van bestaande riglyne, is die aanskouingsles uit Afrika! Waarom moet ons daaroor stilbly? As Ramaphosa wil saamsing in die koor van openlike diefstal van blankes se eiendom, bloot omdat dit die politieke retoriek van die diewe, rowers en rampokkers van Afrika is, gesteun deur die vyande van die Afrikanervolk, maar in die algemeen van elke ander blanke in die wêreld, is daar veel van wat hy nog nie begryp nie!
Enige besluit wat deur wie ookal geneem word, se uitvoering het gevolge! Ongeregtige optrede se basis setel by die vader van die leuen! Om ‘n bondgenoot van die satan te wees, is om in vyandskap teenoor die Skepper van hemel en aarde te kom staan! Daarvan was Dingaan se optrede in 1838 ‘n sprekende voorbeeld! Daar is géén wapentuig óf getalle wat jou dan kan beskerm nie!
Die Afrikaner se geykte gesegde dat wanneer jy dom en onnosel optree of uitsprake maak jy ‘n bobejaan is, het doodgewoon niks met ras te maak nie! Die besluite wat die NP in 1994 ten uitvoer gebring het en wat deur die Broederbond beplan en voorberei is sedert die bewindsaanvaarding van Balthazar Johannes Vorster, gesteun deur kerkleiers van daardie tyd, beskaam soos Malema se optredes en uitsprake die intelligensie van enige bobejaan!
Vibe - 11 January 2018
MOTHER OF CONTROVERSIAL H&M KID MODEL: 'GET OVER IT'
Several people have voiced their disdain for clothing retailer H&M after a controversial creative decision for a new advertisement on their U.K. site, in which a black boy model wears a hoodie that says “Coolest Monkey In The Jungle.”
The mother of the child, however, does not see the issue. Terry Mango reportedly took to Facebook to chastise those who have criticized the brand, writing that many are “crying wolf” and should “get over it.”
“[I] am the mum, and this is one of the hundreds of outfits my son has modeled,” she wrote in the comments on the site. “Stop crying wolf all the time, [it’s] an unnecessary issue here. Get over it.”
Mango and her son are from Sweden, thus they do not share the views of the term “monkey” in reference to black people like we do in the States.
“That’s my son, [I’ve] been to all photo shoots and this was not an exception. Everyone is entitled to their opinion about this… I really don’t understand but not [because I’m] choosing not to, but because it’s not my way of thinking. Sorry.”
Public figures such as Jason Weaver and Diddy have flipped the controversial hoodie slogan into positive messages on social media.
The mother of the little boy from the #h&m ad has spoken out, she said y'all need to stop crying wolf #terrymango
Eyewitness News - 13 January 2018
MALEMA: WE MAKE NO APOLOGY FOR WHAT EFF MEMBERS DID AT H&M STORES
JOHANNESBURG - Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) leader Julius Malema has defended the EFF’s protests at H&M stores around Gauteng and the Western Cape, saying the humiliation of black people should not be allowed to continue.
Addressing the EFF ground forces forum in Westenburg in Polokwane, Malema says the protest has taught the store a lesson. No one should make jokes about the dignity of black people and is left unattended to. We make no apology about what the fighters did today against that store called H&M.”
He says no one must be allowed to humiliate black people because of their skin colour. “We are not going to allow anyone to use the colour of our skin to humiliate us, to exclude us. We are black we are proud, we are black we are beautiful. We are black and we are not ashamed of being black.”
A large group of protesters dressed in EFF regalia have stormed the H&M stores in Gauteng and other parts of the country, with Sandton and Menlyn Park and the East Rand Mall being the most affected by the vandalism. This follows an advert in which the retailer had used a black child to model a sweatshirt with the slogan "coolest monkey in the jungle".
Police will remain on high alert at shopping centres across Gauteng on Saturday afternoon following the protests at H&M stores. Protestors went on the rampage inside the store at East Rand Mall earlier and police responded with rubber bullets.
Iavan Pijoos | News24
News24 - 13 January 2018
H&M STORES ARE CLOSED BECAUSE THEY CALLED OUR CHILDREN BABOONS – MALEMA
Johannesburg - EFF leader Julius Malema says H&M stores in South Africa are closed, "because they called our children baboons".
Malema was addressing what they call "Ground Forces" on their 2018 programme in Westernberg, Limpopo on Saturday afternoon. "We are teaching them [H&M] a lesson, we are not going to allow anyone to use the colour of our skin to humiliate us, or to exclude us. We are black and we are proud. We are black and we are beautiful. We are black and we are not ashamed of being black."
The retailer came under fire after it showed a black child in a sweatshirt with the words "Coolest monkey in the jungle," printed on it. H&M has since apologised and removed the image as well as the sweater from retail. A large group of EFF supporters stormed H&M stores in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town on Saturday, trashing the stores in an apparent protest of an online ad that has been labelled racist.
Gauteng police confirmed that they had used rubber bullets to disperse protesters at the East Rand Mall in Johannesburg.
'They went because they wanted to go' Police spokesperson Colonel Lungelo Dlamini said protestors had managed to gain entrance to the H&M shop in the East Rand Mall and steal several items.
“Police had to intervene and dispersed the group of protesters by firing rubber bullets,” Dlamini said. Malema said they did not send EFF supporters to thrash the stores. "They went because they wanted to go. To say people were sent, it means you are undermining black people that they cannot think on their own. Malema would never put a gun on anyone to go to H&M," Malema said.
Malema is not the Holy Spirit, he can't be everywhere all the time, he said.
PR and communications manager for H&M South Africa, Amelia-May Woudstra said stores in the country have been temporarily closed. "What matters most to us is the safety of our employees and customers. None of our staff or customers have been injured," Woudstra said. She said they would continue to monitor the situation and would open the stores as soon as everything was safe again. "We strongly believe that racism and bias in any shape or form, deliberate or accidental, are simply unacceptable. We stress that our wonderful store staff had nothing to do with our poorly judged product and image."
Malema said they were hoping to build a powerful organisation that would put a roof over the heads of African children. "No African child should go to bed hungry where there is a branch of the EFF or where there is a councillor of the EFF," Malema said.
He said leaders should always be humble and be a servant of the people. "You cannot be the servant of the people when you suffer from arrogance. Every time you want to be noticed that you are president. Sometimes it helps to arrive and keep quiet and leave without being recognised."
“Sometimes you don't have to be in front to be called a leader, you can lead from behind with your ideas,” he said. "Never be ahead of your people when you are a leader