Ignorant, ahistorical rubbish.flags, statues, road names.. what else/next. monuments, languages, skin colours?
xenophobia is already rife and seemingly accepted, so the neighbour problem is sorted.
to hate something so much that you eventually turn into that very thing.
talking about nazis, the white people supporting all this nonsense with the idea they are being liberal and progressive kind of reminds me of the sonderkommando. aiding their own destruction.
Luckily I do what I want in MY HOUSE. If I have a hundred flags I will put them up all over my yard seeing as its MY private property.https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/what-the-apartheid-flag-judgment-means-20190821
While some would question the display of the flag in people's homes, the judgment suggests that there is hardly any space that is "private" to one race and to the exclusion of another, especially in a democratic South Africa.
It states that the display of the apartheid flag in private spaces, such as homes and schools, is therefore, equally unacceptable and offensive and "hurtful" because black people are invariably employed and exposed one way or another to the "private spaces".
Now my home isn't private anymore ? Tsek.
For me the drama and effort associated with the recreational outrage that would result is not worth the trouble. Plus it would be abused by the Leftists to further distract from actual burning issues, which is what's happening currently.Luckily I do what I want in MY HOUSE. If I have a hundred flags I will put them up all over my yard seeing as its MY private property.
A flag collector displaying his collection would be a very interesting example. Somewhere along the line, every single flag in the World has some or other issue or association with something that someone will find offensive.Luckily I do what I want in MY HOUSE. If I have a hundred flags I will put them up all over my yard seeing as its MY private property.
Just because I happen to be "white" does not mean that I therefore automatically "owe" somebody something/anything.Dear BLF, ANC, EFF and whatever other political parties that want White South African's to leave South Africa.
I will gladly with all my family leave this country if you could please do me the favor of paying for my tickets to go back home. You are welcomed to write to the Italian embassy on our behalf to ask the Italian government to set up facilities for people wanting to leave. The grass might not be greener on the other side but at least I don't have to deal with the constant threat of being killed on the basis of our skin color or economic stability. There's are a good portion of Italians that helped and still helping to Build South Africa but if our freedom and love to do so is being threatened then what's the point living here?
my 2 cents
Oh trust me, I don't like fighting, it's just when you're fighting the masses it becomes impossible to fight. It's like my family has been fighting ABSA for 12 years over millions of rands. Nobody cares until someone decides to blow up certain institutions that are supposed to protect people. (not going to blow up anything just using it as a figure of speech)Just because I happen to be "white" does not mean that I therefore automatically "owe" somebody something/anything.
Whoever comes to "expropriate without compensation" something from me that is rightfully mine had better be prepared to face some serious/fierce resistance.
I am not a violent/aggressive person, but will not hesitate to meet violence with violence.
what? so the old sa flag does not have anything to do with white oppressing black? well then, thats what some people are saying, since if you know history, it was not adopted for representation of apartheid. if you would bother to comprehend what i was saying, you would realise that i referenced a few different things that have been labelled a problem for some people, its in the very first line of my post.What does the old SA flag have to do with being white? There is a generation that grew up without this flag and could care less what would happen to it.
ah yes, the kapos, them too. probably more in line, but both were done under duress. one was just closer to their demise. i did say it kind of reminds me didnt i. today people do it willingly and think themselves heroes of some sort.Ignorant, ahistorical rubbish.
Go read up on the Sonderkommando before you imply such disingenuous tripe.
Maybe you have them confused with Kapos?
Nope. It would be however banned if it did:Unless you have Miss Soweto 2018 and Miss Thembisa 2019 there - it's banned.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed the Protection, Promotion, Development and Management of Indigenous Knowledge Bill into law.
The new act aims to prevent the unauthorised use and misappropriation of knowledge developed over time by the country’s indigenous communities.
It also promises to place these communities at the centre of the commercialisation process.
“Indigenous knowledge is a national asset and that it is therefore in the national interest to protect and promote indigenous knowledge through law, policy and both public and private sector programmes,” the act’s preamble states.
It further states that the act will “encourage the use of indigenous knowledge in the development of novel, socially and economically applicable products and services.”
I dont have a flag but will not let this government tell me what I can do in my house or how I should raise my children.For me the drama and effort associated with the recreational outrage that would result is not worth the trouble. Plus it would be abused by the Leftists to further distract from actual burning issues, which is what's happening currently.
As long as your carry on as you please with the privacy of your property, without advertising it as part of some advocacy campaign, they wouldn't even know that you exist. The more they ban/censor things, the more popular is will become as underground movements.I dont have a flag but will not let this government tell me what I can do in my house or how I should raise my children.