Thursday, March 31, 2011

A letter from South Africa

South Africa is continually being used as an example of how African Countries govern, yet the shanties town are still there? The majority of Whites have left or been kicked out and it is the Poor Black South African who is still suffering Why? In the World cup they interviewed some people from the Townships and they said they have the vote but they were better of under apartheid! So what has happened to South Africa maybe Nelson Mandela was just another terrorist leader and not the Messiah people think he is?

This was a reply to an article, in the Natal Mercury

(last week), where the previously disadvantaged

(Blacks) stated that it's not too late for the

previously advantaged (including whites, Indians

and Coloureds) to apologize for apartheid. Check

out the reply. Just too hot and so true.

This was in the SA paper last week (Mercury). The main headline stated the following:

It's not too late for whites to say sorry for Apartheid.............

Check the email that went around responding to

the headline.

'To the Previously Disadvantaged'

We are sorry that our ancestors were intelligent, advanced and

daring enough to explore the wild oceans to discover new countries

and develop them.

We are sorry that those who came before us took you out of the

bush and taught you that there was more to life than beating drums,

killing each other and chasing animals with sticks and stones.

We are sorry that they planned, funded and developed roads,

towns, mines, factories, airports and harbours, all of which you now

claim to be your long deprived inheritance giving you every right to

change and rename these at your discretion.

We are sorry that our parents taught us the value of small but

strong families, to not breed like rabbits and end up as underfed,

diseased, illiterate shack dwellers living in poverty.

We are sorry that when the evil apartheid government provided

you with schools, you decided they'd look better without windows

or in piles of ashes.

We happily gave up those bad days of getting spanked in our all

white Schools for doing something wrong, and much prefer these

days of freedom where problems can be resolved with knives and guns.

We are sorry that it is hard to shake off the bitterness of the

past when you keep on raping, torturing and killing our friends and

family members, and then hide behind the fence of 'human rights'

with smiles on your faces.

We are sorry that we do not trust the government... We have no

reason to be so suspicious because none of these poor "hard working

intellectuals" have ever been involved in any form of "corruption or


We are sorry that we do not trust the police force and, even

though they have openly admitted that they have lost the war against crime

and criminals, we should not be negative and just ignore their

corruption and carry on hoping for the best.

We are sorry that it is more important to you to have players of

colour in our national teams than winning games and promoting


We know that sponsorship doesn't depend on a team's success.

We are sorry that our border posts have been flung open and now

left you competing for jobs against illegal immigrants from our

beautiful neighbouring countries.

All of them countries that have grown into economic powerhouses

after kicking out the 'settlers'.

We are sorry that we don't believe in witchcraft, beet root and

garlic cures, urinating on street corners, virginity testing, slaughtering

of bulls in our back yards, trading women for cattle and other

barbaric practices.

Maybe we just grew up differently.

We are sorry that your medical care, water supplies, roads,

railways and electricity supplies are going down the toilet because

skilled people who could have planned for and resolved these issues

had to be thrown away because they were of the wrong ethnic

background and now have to work in foreign countries where their

skills are highly appreciated.

We are so sorry that we'd like this country to fulfil its potential so

we can once again be proud South Africans.

The Previously Advantaged.

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