'An indictment of South Africa': whites-only town Orania is booming

Jabulani22

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You don't make sense.
If group A does action 1 before group B does action 1 , then group B could be said to have learned from them if they watched group A perform action 1.
If group A did action 2 after group B did action 2 but group A did it on a huge scale while also improving on it then if group B watched group A do action 2 better and similarily improved , it could be said that they learned from it .
 

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Muslim only areas in England? Really? Where. Give me the exact location.
Lots of areas like this all over Europe, into which even the police & emergency services don't have the balls to venture, and non Muslim citizens can get stuffed if they need help from the law.

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Lots of areas like this all over Europe, into which even the police & emergency services don't have the balls to venture, and non Muslim citizens can get stuffed if they need help from the law.

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Again since it's lots of areas like this it should not be hard to find one, posting an 8 years old pic doesn't prove a point
 

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I'd be interested to see if anyone can point to anywhere else in the world where such places exist. A lot of vague pointing thus far.
Doubt will actually happen.
 

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Lots of areas like this all over Europe, into which even the police & emergency services don't have the balls to venture, and non Muslim citizens can get stuffed if they need help from the law.
Name one. There is no equivalent place like orania for muslims (or any other community) in UK/Europe. There will be concentrated areas but nothing like Orania where only certain people (language - wink wink) can inhabit.
 

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Dont forget who taught them slavery and did it way more , the barbary slave trade/ME slave trade , also dont forget who outlawed it in the end and who does it today.
Now if only the Persians had taught them how to use spices, instead of slavery...
 

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Now if only the Persians had taught them how to use spices, instead of slavery...
I dont think they needed to be taught about spices , they once sailed across the world for tea .
But yeah less slavery and more spices would have been ok too.
 

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eish. afrikaner hatred for british seems quite ingrained.
Eish... The feeling is mutual. No love lost between these two groups. That's why Paul Kruger told the crown to take a hike. Britain is still pissed that the Afrikaners denied the empire their "rightful" loot.
 

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I've said this before. Freedom of association is for better or worse a human right. This is the worse part of it. I oftentimes wonder if it would not be better to grant these people their little enclaves and just let the rest of us live in peace. Too much is being made of culture, religion and race. The only important thing is which economic system you prefer.
 

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I've said this before. Freedom of association is for better or worse a human right. This is the worse part of it. I oftentimes wonder if it would not be better to grant these people their little enclaves and just let the rest of us live in peace. Too much is being made of culture, religion and race. The only important thing is which economic system you prefer.
The British do not believe in Freedom of Association. Hence the reason for talk and stories like this.
 

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Eish... The feeling is mutual. No love lost between these two groups. That's why Paul Kruger told the crown to take a hike. Britain is still pissed that the Afrikaners denied the empire their "rightful" loot.
Well, like the apartheid apologists here say that they built roads etc, one could say british built trains etc (in India for example) ?
 

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Well, like the apartheid apologists here say that they built roads etc, one could say british built trains etc (in India for example) ?
India and Africa where doing just fine before the British and Europeans rocked up. Oh what the world would have looked like if India, Africa and the Americas where left to thrive on their own steam.
 

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If group A does action 1 before group B does action 1 , then group B could be said to have learned from them if they watched group A perform action 1.
If group A did action 2 after group B did action 2 but group A did it on a huge scale while also improving on it then if group B watched group A do action 2 better and similarily improved , it could be said that they learned from it .
Lol. Using your logic, Shaka learned murder and anarchy from the British since they carried superior weapons that could decimate humans quicker and relatively efficiently.

/PhuzaThursday.

Try again tomorrow after lunch.
 

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Also Orania is not only for whites , some whites are excluded , its for a certain niche market.
Alarmist headlines chomping at the bit for clicks vs the same old same old xenophobic attacks daily.
The first question an Orania interviewer ask:

 

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Lots of areas like this all over Europe, into which even the police & emergency services don't have the balls to venture, and non Muslim citizens can get stuffed if they need help from the law.

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You know that ended up disproved as a hoax, it was an idiot called Abu Izzadeen putting stickers up.

An article from the UK tabloid paper "The Daily Mail" is circulating that discusses Abu Izzadeen, an Islamic extremist who lives in the UK. The article discusses Sharia Law zones in the UK.

The headline of the article reads “As Islamic extremists declare Britain`s first Sharia law zone, the worrying social and moral implications” and judging by the number of queries we are getting it appears that many are only briefly reading the headline without fully digesting the article and wrongfully assuming that Sharia Law controlled zones are actually being set up in Britain.

Sharia Law is the religious law that followers of Islam abide by. Amongst many other things, it includes various forbidden items such as alcohol and cigarettes.

However if you read the full article (which was published back in 2011) then it becomes clear that no such zone has actually been created at all, and the story centres around Abu Izzadeen, a Muslim extremist who has performed a series of controversial acts whilst living in the UK, one of which happened to be sticking up posters in a London borough that told passers-by that they were in a Sharia Law controlled zone, despite no zone really existing – and it was this event that the Daily Mail opted to focus on.

Abu Izzadeen has been arrested and jailed on multiple occasions for supporting, inciting or glorifying terrorism.

 

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Lol. Using your logic, Shaka learned murder and anarchy from the British since they carried superior weapons that could decimate humans quicker and relatively efficiently.

/PhuzaThursday.

Try again tomorrow after lunch.
Yes /phuzathursday .
Also given the examples , this clown of an example you gave would mean 1)The Brits(A) sailed to SA and conquered the xhosa(1),then after watching this happen the zulu(B) sailed somewhere of similair mileage and did the same to another population(1) .
or
2)The zulu(A) sailed to another population and conquered them after witnessing a previous Brit invasion(2) , the Brits(B) noticed the efficiency of the zulu and then improved by dominating an even bigger population(2) using lessons learnt.
As you will see , this fictional universe you describe didnt happen , so stick to the easy stuff.
Some people learnt from others .
 

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No go you say ?
Not to derail and posted from front page of googledevice.
https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/657520/Europe-no-go-900-EU-areas-police-lost-control
https://www.thenational.ae/world/europe/police-on-the-beat-in-sweden-s-so-called-no-go-zones-1.767444
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-43667367
https://www.foxnews.com/world/angela-merkel-admits-that-no-go-zones-exist-in-germany
Nevermind the places where you have to wear special clothes to visit if you are female , oh and the places where international organisations have to change their symbol to be in country at all.
 
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