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Old 09-09-2014, 08:59 PM   #1
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I am convinced africans would absolutely kill all white men. I been chatting with a few. Zimbabway is the fault of the greed of the white man and lets not talk about that. the long in the short of my conversation with an african guy. I sensed a distint hatred of the white man. This was on fb. He seemed to want an apology from us. 2 of us did. I did not. Only one guy owed him an apology. He was out of line. You will be happy to know they prefer American tractor trailors even over the cheaper chinese. I sensed that he did not like chevron. Or what ever the oil company he said. As with the US there is a sense of doom with the future. This man was well educated and native to africa.



2. penn state. I dont think the punishment should have been lifted. I am sour that it did. What happened was wrong. the abuse of the kids was covered up by the institution- the punishment was supposed to be served- it was not. penn state is now eligible to win the big 10 games- the title.
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Old 09-15-2014, 01:04 AM   #2
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Black police officers organizing gang rapes of white men in South Africa.

Black South African police have arrested many white men of false or frivolous charges, then watched as they are gang raped by black men in a holding cell.
Horror stories are emerging from South Africa about the gang rape of white men in police holding cells. White men are arrested for crimes such as “speeding,” or “witnessing a crime.” They are placed in a holding cell with hardened black crimes. They are brutally gang raped by the black criminals, often with black police officers egging them on. The white victims are then released without being charged with any crime. Several white victims have sued police departments, but nothing has happened yet.

The following piece was written by Gayton McKenzie, a black gang member in South Africa, and published in a research paper at the University of Pretoria. He describes a young, skinny white male who is being held for Marijuana use. Source.

“Wimpie, a white boy who was dabbling with dagga, is put in our cell. I don’t know how old he really is, perhaps 16 or more, but he looks no older than 14, with skinny arms and short, spiky-crowned, brown hair. He tries to fight, and so they hit him. His resistance stops abruptly when one grabs the back of his head and smashes his face into the steel bars …The 20 men take it in turns to rape him. It goes on for more than eight hours, almost the whole night. The boy does everything he can, in his pathetic, limited range of action, to try to deter them, but he is ignored. He screams, he cries, he begs, he tries to bargain, he prays.”

“It is in the morning, though, that I am forced to see what life has coughed up before me. What’s left of Wimpie is lying in a corridor between the bunks, just in front of my bed. He is still naked, shivering in a pool of his own blood where they have discarded him. I will literally have to step over the small body to go and eat my breakfast.”

Here are other excerpts from South African news. Sources.

“An unnamed diabetic man aged 52 from Primrose, Germiston is suing the minister of security for 4.3 million after being illegally arrested twice and being raped in police custody the second time. He was put into a detention cell with 30 black inmates at the Witbank police station. He described how four men carried him around naked in the cell while the rest sang and danced. The man became so emotional, the court had to wait for him to continue with his testimony. The inmates forced him to kneel over a rolled up mattress, then they proceeded to sodomize him until he later lost consciousness. The ‘case’ against him for which he had been arrested in the first place, was withdrawn.

In March 2008 in Polokwane (Pietersburg) a young local man named Nico Bouwer , left with his bride, was sodomised repeatedly while in police custody just a few weeks before he was due to get married. He’s since lost his job due to the emotional trauma, and delivers pizzas to stay alive and keep food on the table for his family. A fundraising effort was launched by Rapport newspaper to help pay his medical bills. Bouwers life is totally in ruins after the attack. Mr Bouwer was on his way home from a friend’s house when his left tyre burst and he hit a light pole and a stoplight. He was taken by ambulance to the Polokwane hospital where he was arrested, and despite being injured in the accident taken to holding cells. He demanded his rights to a phone call but was turned down. In the cell were 25 black inmates. Eight of these black men attacked Bouwer and repeatedly raped him. Some held his arms and forced his face into a pillow while they were sodomising him. He was only allowed to call his lawyer the next day when he was finally released on bail.

In Vryheid, game rancher Etienne van Wyk was being sodomised in a police cell while the inmates were singing, the Pietermaritzburg High Court was told. Van Wyk claimed R1.2m from the Minister of Safety and Security. Van Wyk and Duvenhage were put into the Hlobane police cells after they were arrested for ‘transporting Van Wyk’s game animals without a licence”. The suspects in the cells charged with the rape were all hardened criminals predisposed to violence.The farmer did have a license and was released without charges the next day.

James Brown, a 69 year old with Alzheimers, was arrested for not paying for a candy bar. He was brutally murdered by blacks while in a holding cell at the police station.

The actions are nothing short of war crimes. Many reports include singing and dancing by the perpetrators while they inflict horrible atrocities on white victims. The black police and the black inmates work together to inflict these crimes on whites.
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Old 09-15-2014, 10:43 AM   #3
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Careful Penn

Suggesting that its always black people doing bad things to white people .........

why, that sounds a bit racist (-;
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Old 09-15-2014, 12:29 PM   #4
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Africa was more or less a British and dutch colony for many, many years. When Cecil Rhodes explored the country now known as Zimbabwe, he was astounded by the rich soils and mineral resources that could be had with proper infrastructure and investment. Same in most of the rest of Africa. The majority of their electrical and water infrastructure was constructed by either the British Empire or the Dutch. Today however, there is still a lot of legacy hatred for whites as a result of imperial mistreatment of the local populations for so many years.

The problem today is that the hatred has gone mainstream and people will not let go of the past. When all of the white farmers were ousted from Zimbabwe or killed, food production dropped so much that the UN had to start an aid mission to help feed the people. At one time, actually not all that long ago, Zimbabwe was the breadbasket of Africa and had one of the worlds largest food surpluses. Since Mugabe gave all the farms to local tribesmen, people with zero knowledge of farming, the land was left fallow, the tractors and equipment sold and metal roofs salvaged for their shacks.

Another problem is that a huge part of Africa was not modernized and lacked even the most basic infrastructure. Even today there are millions upon millions of nomads and tribesmen living in the proverbial mud hut. It takes more than one generation to go from a totally barbaric lifestyle and come in to the modern world.
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Old 09-15-2014, 02:23 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by ancona View Post:
It takes more than one generation to go from a totally barbaric lifestyle and come in to the modern world.
India and many parts of the far east were also forced to become part of the British Empire, yet they somehow lifted themselves out of poverty.
Did they get a head start on Africa or are there other factors ?
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Old 09-15-2014, 02:31 PM   #6
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There are other factors. Until it was colonized by Europeans, Africa was totally stone age. They had no modern utilities, cooked over open fires and lived in tribes scattered all over the place. It was an uncivilized backwater that was often very dangerous. Africans were, and still are, a warring people. It is part of their culture. In some areas people still go to fucking witch doctors to have incantations performed, believing completely that it will cure them. Albinos are killed and eaten for good luck, and many believe that having sex with a virgin will cure aids.

India on the other hand had a very developed society for centuries before Europeans got there. Same for China and Pakistan. There was no pre-existing intelligent society in Africa with the exception of Egypt and parts of northern, coastal Africa. Central and South Africa were prehistoric backwaters, with many millions upon millions of people still clinging to their prehistoric ways of life. One look at Somalia should tell you all you need to know. You cannot throw enough money at Africa to bring about civilization, it takes dozens of generations.
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