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Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Some home truths about South Africa

Warning: 1hr 23 mins long

I've given you the above warning to give you a chance to bookmark it until you have the time to watch this extremely interesting video.

As most already know, the Bantu came into South Africa from the North, around the 15th/16th Century and killed off nearly all of the indigenous population (the Bushmen and the Hottentots) the survivors now live in or on the outskirts of the Kalahari desert. The whites then came in in the middle of the 17th Century.

This video covers the history from the mid 17th Century, the political scene from 1940 through to 2015, including education, crime and politics.

It is a very educational and fascinating video and I recommend it to whites and blacks in South Africa, providing you are not a communist, or a white liberal. Both of which will find it too uncomfortable to view.

It is by Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio in the United States, Stefan has a reputation of being factually honest and is hated by Liberals throughout the West for drawing people to uncomfortable truths. He has lived in South Africa twice, once when six and longer in his late teens, where his father worked under contract there.


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1 comment:

Porgy Tirebiter said...

Thank you for an excellent video! The comparative statistics certainly provide a better understanding of the many issues.