- Mar 20, 2015
Well done le Roux, for trying to bury something that would have turned the public outrage mob against a kid.
But But But the SAHRC did say that the specific utterances of a specific race group carry a larger weighting when looking at the historical context! I mean surely, as a master of historical facts, Malema can assure us that every white person in SA today can trace their heritage back to a rapist, thief and racist right?Going by this standard Malema should go to jail for 10 000 years,
A Black Member of the SGB agreed to the sanction and found it to be fitting given the offense. So what now? Even the Black people on the SGB agree that the punishment was sufficient. Yet, other people don't... SJW at it's finest.True but she was still supposed to be stripped of the prefect title. It does not make sense for her to remain a leader under such circumstances.
good grief, which school was that?In my school days, you would have been stripped of being prefect for this. You simply can't lead a school body with such attitudes.
This whole social justice thing is driven by greed and envy.Our society is a lot less forgiving these days. I think we've become a lot more bloodthirsty.
We've got all kinds of guilt that can not be expunged. Crimes that can never be forgiven.
Nobody forgives each other for their sins anymore. Anything you do can be dragged up decades later in the court of public opinion. Nobody will come to you privately and ask you to apologise, instead, they publish your name so that you cannot defend yourself. Your closest friends then abandon you, proving they were never your friends in the first place.
I don't know if its greed and envy. I think people love to see other people make mistakes. Everything is outrage media now.This whole social justice thing is driven by greed and envy.
Greed to try and get yourself stuff for free and envy at other people for the stuff they (mostly) worked for.