Tensions are high in South Africa
Wednesday, March 17, 2010 - 12:52
Cape Town, South Africa - There is a dark cloud over the rainbow nation, today tension is on the rise. White people have been persecuted, murdered and discriminated against and it seems if you read the comments and forums on South African sites conflict is here. While Julius Malema advocates the murder and genocide of white South Africans white South Africans are getting more angry at the way they are being treated.
The time where the word "racist" made white South Africans put their tails between their legs is gone, after 20 years of being persecuted they are now standing up once again.
One comment on a South African site said that for every white person killed, 1 000's blacks should pay the price while other comments are cheering on Julius Malema and they want white people dead saying the usual "Kill the boer, kill the farmer", especially on Facebook.
The ANC obviously chooses the side of Julius Malema including the president that stands behind the ramblings of Julius Malema and his call for genocide making nothing of the issue. Political parties are contacting human rights and the UN for some help.
On the other side the masses that voted for Jacob Zuma are getting more and more angry, claiming they voted for a dud while the party spends millions on parties. They want their free houses, free electricity, free water , free everything while tax and the cost of things are on the increase.
Journalists are in danger, just yesterday a Eyewitness news photographer Tshepo Lesole had to delete his photos from his camera because he took a photo of Jacob Zuma's blue light convoy.
Anc Youth League spokesperson Floyd Shivambu also threatened journalists from various news organization to make their personal details public.
The worst news is that the word "nationalization of farms" is in the air and farmers want answers of who said what and they want to know what is the future of farmers in South Africa.
South Africa is about to erupt and this is not good news because the 2010 World Cup is just a bit more than 80 days from now.
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