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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Blogging for Free Speech in the Media #SpeakZa

It has come to the fore that ANCYL is not a promoter of free speech in the media.

Sipho Hlongwane, of the Thought Leader website, wrote:
"It is therefore with great consternation that I observed the ANC Youth League’s latest trend of threats, intimidation, allegations of spying and outright spying on journalists perceived to be “enemies” of the youth league and its president, Julius Malema. Malema and his crony, Floyd Shivambu, seem willing to stop at nothing to protect their political and personal interests. 
"Curtailing media freedom is often one of the first steps despots use in asserting their might and imposing totalitarian rule in their countries. 
"That is why I decided to initiate SpeakZA, a social media protest against the ANCYL’s jackboot tactics against the media and journalists."

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Feminist hero, Margaret Sanger, was a racist eugenicist!

Margaret Sanger, the anti-hero
with the blood of millions on her hands!
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Sunday, March 21, 2010

Normal life in South Africa: Crime has become a way of life

Before reading the next bit of my post, first read this to get a background on South Africa and its crime.

There is probably NO person in South Africa that has not been affected by crime. So, when relating the crime that has affected my family and friends would be quite normal. It is not out of the ordinary in South Africa's de-civilized life that multiple crimes have been committed against the same people.

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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Jacob Zuma's polygamous lifestyle wastes South African tax money

Why must South Africans pay for Jacob Zuma's polygamous and immoral lifestyle? R15.5M ($2M) annually to pamper his family and run his wives' offices?

Just like in the dark ages he has several wives and cannot control himself, sowing his immoral wild oats wherever he goes. What a shame as a president in this day and age!

Basta, Mr. President!
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Friday, March 12, 2010

South Africa says "NO!" to porn channel: DSTV obliges!

Great news! DSTV has listened to South Africa in its survey on whether to launch a 24-hour porn channel or not. DSTV announced that it will not introduce such a channel since a significant amount of South Africans have spoken out against the possibility of DSTV starting such a channel.

Thank you to DSTV for listening to the moral voice of South Africa!

Read about it here.

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Cross-dressing generals? The end of American strength?

David A. Noebel, president and founder of Summit Ministries, has written a very poignant piece called Ready for cross-dressing Army generals? 

In this article he writes:
"Allowing 'gays in the military,' therefore, is misleading. Once gays are openly recruited and accepted in the military, their 'cousins' will follow suit (lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersexual, queer, etc.). Such a scenario would even make Julius Caesar, who was bisexual, blush. Among soldiers, he was known as 'every woman's husband and every man's wife' (Taylor Caldwell, 'A Pillar of Iron,' p. 697).
"The United Sates[sic] is currently involved in two wars. Is the president out to destroy our military? Can any thinking American wish to see an "open" cross-dressing homosexual Army general trying to gain the trust of his troops (or for that matter, the nation)? Have we as a nation fallen so far that we need to apologize to Sodom?
"... If you say you don't believe it could happen, you're living in a fool's paradise. Let's not forget that Obama appointed Kevin Jennings, a flaming homosexual, as his "safe schools czar." Talk about letting the fox into the chicken coop! What Jennings is keeping kids safe from is any criticism of homosexuality in the public schools, which are literally teaching it as a safe, natural and moral lifestyle."

Read the whole article here.

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

"Kill the boer, kill the farmer!"

"Kill the boer, kill the farmer!"

A slogan that has brought fear into the hearts of many whites in South Africa for decades. Of course, it is a slogan that does not belong in a democratic society where we are supposed to have civilized people in our political machinery. Yet, there it is: 'Kill the boer, kill the farmer!"

We have recently seen a spate of black-on-white racistic attacks coming to the fore, and it truly seems that the Rainbow Nation has no pot of gold at the end of its rainbow.

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Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Driving in South Africa - Pt 5

South Africa Location.Image via Wikipedia
...last time.

South Africa, at times being a 1st world country and at other times a 3rd world country, you could expect cars to be in a bit of a poor state at times. Would you feel safe driving in South Africa with a car like this on the road next to you?

This time I will not even bother writing anything. Just look at the pictures and be amazed, shocked, perplexed!

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Monday, March 08, 2010

Denmark's Killing Festival: a Sign of Manhood? Don't fool yourself!

Every year Denmark goes on a killing spree of whales and dolphins to prove that they have graduated into adulthood. How bizarre! It is absolutely laughable to prove your manhood by beating and hacking a defenseless animal to death. A real man will not give in to this barbaric ritual of slaughter and will stand against the tide of this inhumane cultural garbage!

God has given us plants and animals to eat and He also gave a mandate to look after this planet, not to let our barbaric urges loose on animals to prove a point.

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Understanding Electricity in South Africa

political electricity

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Thursday, March 04, 2010

Millenials: The New Face of America—Will Our Freedoms Survive?

As John Whitehead says in this video, this generation is one of the most educated generations in history. However, it is an education that knows little about life and morals. It is the generation of SMS, Twitter and Facebook. It is not a generation of great understanding, because its knowledge is based on sound bytes and not on reasoning from all available information.

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Monday, March 01, 2010

Stranger in our Midst

A few years after I was born, my Dad met a stranger who was new to our small Texas town.  From the beginning, Dad was fascinated with this enchanting newcomer and soon invited him to live with our family. The stranger was quickly accepted and was around from then on.

As I grew up, I never questioned his place in my family. In my young mind, he had a special niche.  My parents were complementary instructors: Mom taught me good from evil, and Dad taught me to obey. But the stranger...he was our storyteller.  He would keep us spellbound for hours on end with adventures, mysteries and comedies.

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