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Friday, 18 July 2014

How Blacks Really Feel - Part 2

Almost a year ago I did this post about the real feelings of black South Africans... In keeping with my theme of tracking the lovely feelings of black South Africans on Facebook, here is a crop of the latests. Much of it is repetition but it does seem to cover a very wide selection of black people...































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  1. GG, I mean that is it. They do not like us. We don't like them. That's final. Never ever will that gap be bridged, never. Why some whites try to be nice or human with these failures, I will not understand. We have one big problem ahead of us. Some time these creatures will chimp out. That day we, as true whites must be ready. Enough of everything, bullets, food, courage, everything. They do not resemble any human remotely. They are animals. Why some people classify these creatures as humans is beyond any reasoning. Well, if you read what they say and wish for, it's clear that no talks with them on any level will bear fruit. So the right thing to do is to get ready. Really ready. Prepare yourself on all levels. Thereafter we will talk again. And yes, for a very open headed person like you, thanks, this will be posted far and wide. I think every white, conservative, liberal left winger , must be informed about their true heart feelings about us. Keep up your very good postings. We are more than proud to have you.

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    1. I agree whiteson. One day things will snap here and we will have pandemonium - its been a long time coming really. No one really wants to think about it and those of us who can see the writing on the wall are called all sorts of nasty things. My response to them is simple - your words don;t hurt me, but the pangas and sticks and stones could. Lets hope that more and more people start coming to their senses as soon as possible.

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  2. Saying ISIS represents Islam is like saying the KKK represents Christianity.

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    1. I mentioned ISIS in this post? Please tell me where? I believe that this post relates to how BLACK people in SOUTH AFRICA feel about WHITE people. Someone didn't do well in English comprehensions did they?

      And considering ISIS literally stands for ISLAMIC STATE, one can automatically assume that they do represent Islam - especially seeing as the Muslim community CONDONES it all through silence.

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