Tag Archives: South Africa

Musa Xulu is a racist fool. Stand up ALL South Africans.

It’s time white South Africans accepted defeat

Musa Xulu
15 March 2009
Musa Xulu writes that the DA still harbours hopes of taking SA back to the ugly years of minority domination

It is time that white South Africa accepted defeat and move with the times

The title of this article was inspired in part by the recent article which was written by Mr. Thula Bopela (see here) and largely by events which I have seen unfold over the last 15 years. These events have led me to conclude that Whites in general will never accept that they lost power, especially to a so called lesser race in intellect or that they are under a Black led government which is not going anywhere, anytime soon. The veteran comrade made a compelling argument in his article whose sentiments I fully agree with hence I decided to advise my White counterparts and fellow Black people who are in their pockets that the game is over.

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Zuma’s Facebook Profile

Rumors are a circulating that Bra’Jacob has a profile on Facebook! Let’s all add him as a friend and poke him profusely!


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[edit] Zumatello – South African middle age moronic ninja turtle.

ZUMATELLO: Weapon of choice - showercap

ZUMATELLO: Weapon of choice - showercap

God bless the fine people of Slackers for this one and the SystemShock Community for creating this little gem.

PICS: Zuma’s new billboard speaks the truth!


Thanks to Kevin Jones for sending this picture in, it’s a classic.

ELECTIONS 2009: Introduction Feature

It’s hard to understand the complexity of this process without a birds-eye view. As an introduction to our Register-to-Vote campaign, get started with following feature from SouthAfrica.info.

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ELECTIONS 2009: Register to vote.

8-9 Nov.

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Kgalema Motlanthe our new president, and he’s dirty.

A man that needs some introduction.

Quoted from Wikipedia:

Motlanthe is a shareholder of Pamodzi Investment Holdings. In February 2006, auditors revealed that a total of about R2 billion in loans by the Land Bank, a government institution established to help farmers, had gone sour. Earlier, a R800 million (about $112 million) 10 year loan had been given to Pamodzi. This amounted to nearly one-third of the Land Bank’s total assets, and was a non-agricultural investment.

Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the new President of South Africa – Kgalema Motlanthe.

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