"Like it or not, the modern marvel that was South Africa – with its space program and skyscrapers – was not the handiwork of the black nationalist movement now dismantling it; but the creation of those persecuted, pale, patriarchal Protestants."
by Ilana Mercer
CNN's Kyra Phillips has led her viewers to believe that dangling a noose – an impolite and impolitic form of expression – is a hate crime; a black man beating a white man to a pulp – not so much. Being maimed or murdered, evidently, doesn't compare to being insulted. Phillips and the feminized establishment media have difficulties differentiating a felony from an affront to feelings. No wonder these wonder men and women are mum about who's killing whom in the democratic South Africa, the pride of the liberal press.
While black South African criminals are not neglecting other blacks, they are, overwhelmingly, targeting Indians and whites. According to the South African Institute of Security Studies, "Only 32 percent of all blacks questioned knew someone who was a victim of crime," compared to 66 percent of Indian adults and 56 percent of white adults.
The color of crime and its casualties both in America and South Africa is the proverbial elephant in the room – to be touched upon only if the victims can be vilified as racists.
The BBC as well as New Zealand and Australian television news networks have covered the racially motivated killing campaign Africans are conducting against the Afrikaner farmers of South Africa. Not Kyra and her colleagues at Fox, MSNBC, ABC and CBS. No wonder, then, that the orchestrated ethnocide against the entire Afrikaner people has not been brought out into the open, as they like to say on CNN.
Ethnocide, as defined by Michael Mann, a leading historical sociologist, is "state-induced cultural assimilation, through hegemony and suppression." The warmed-over Marxists governing South Africa with the West's blessing are leading the charge against the country's Afrikaner past, patriotism and institutions.
Afrikaans, in particular, has come under the ANC's attack, as the government attempts to compel Afrikaans schools to adopt English. Afrikaans-speaking universities, for example, have been labeled racist in the New South Africa and have been forced to merge with "third-rate black institutions so that campuses may be swamped by blacks demanding instruction in English," to quote Afrikaner intellectual Dan Roodt.