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Friday, 11 October 2013

The 'Racist' Red October Update

And just to go beyond the fact that this was not a "white supremacy" march - which was hidden by the media by only portraying the event as a bunch of racist right-winged whites - this is how the black community views the black ladies who also marched against the murders:



And then you also have these: (I will keep updating as more come to light)





10 comments:

  1. Great stuff! I've also shared a link to this posting on the Tia Mysoa Facebook Page. Please feel free to also use the FB page to promote your blog.

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  2. SuperSport needs to be made aware of the racist attitude of Alfie Phokobye one of their managers. Perhaps they will take the same action they took with Darren Scott & show him the door with their big feet.

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    1. Super Sport has already taken action. They have issued this staement:
      SuperSport has noted a comment posted on Facebook attributed to Alfie Phokobye with regard to the “Red October” movement and also the various responses thereto.

      Phokobye is a freelance contractor utilised by SuperSport from time to time.

      SuperSport has resolved, with immediate effect, not to make further use of the services of Phokobye, pending the outcome of an inquiry into his alleged conduct.

      SuperSport does not tolerate any form of incitement to violence or hate speech of any nature.

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  3. Has anyone brought this to the attention of Super Sport

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    1. Super Sport has already taken action. They have issued this staement:
      SuperSport has noted a comment posted on Facebook attributed to Alfie Phokobye with regard to the “Red October” movement and also the various responses thereto.

      Phokobye is a freelance contractor utilised by SuperSport from time to time.

      SuperSport has resolved, with immediate effect, not to make further use of the services of Phokobye, pending the outcome of an inquiry into his alleged conduct.

      SuperSport does not tolerate any form of incitement to violence or hate speech of any nature.

      http://www.supersport.com/press-releases/news/131011/SuperSport_statement

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  4. Both the FB comments have been dealt with, Boycie knows he in crap, looking for lawyer, been told to take his case to Julius Malema of EFF, other dude well Super Sport says they will not use him again he is freelancer PENDING an investigation, not clear what needs to be investigated as that is a screenshot of his FB but ya ok we will see

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    1. We all know how it will be investigated - they will find that he was only expressing an opinion in the heat of the moment and that he was not really saying it should be done blah blah blah. And that will be the end of it and he'll be back taking their money in no time.

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  5. Very easy. That Mr. Masande on the Twitter account making threats. Someone needs to report him to the human rights commision and get the cops on his ass. This is not Zim u muntu, maybe ure the one to watch out?????????

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    1. Its a good idea in theory Johan. But you remember what happened with the last black person reported to the HRC? The model who wished all whites were killed off like Mokaba wanted? Nothing at all and that's where it'll stay. But now that we know we can actively avoid this piece of human trash.

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