My new philosophy

I was quite disturbed the other day by a comment made on one of the news articles about a farm attack. One of the peanut gallery members said that it’s a white problem and white people must sort it out or leave the country. At first I got very angry but now a couple of days later I’m thinking he might have a point.

You see, as white people we try so hard to prove that we are not racist that in the process we are losing our own rights. And no our rights are not being taken we are allowing them to be taken. I’ll give you some examples of what I mean.

University quota’s, fewer white students can go for tertiary education because they have to make space for more “previously disadvantaged” students. But that’s just the beginning because to get the “previously disadvantaged” students through high school we have to drop the school standards so low kids learn more watching cartoon network than attending class. Well I either I missed the white people fighting this or we seem to be OK with it.

Affirmative action, less and less jobs become available for white people but we better not say anything. So we stay quiet and start our own business trying to create work for ourselves and we are confronted by the BEE monster.

Everywhere I hear white people saying “you can’t do that it’s racist”. We have become so scared of being labelled racist that we basically bend over backwards to accommodate the masses. No wonder people tell us that farm murders are a white problem. They know full well that well rather watch our people get slaughtered than to speak up and be called a racist.

We need to wake up and realise if we don’t stand for ourselves no one else will. There was a lovely quote made by Sir. Arthur Conan Doyle “Take a community of Dutchmen of the type of those who defended themselves for fifty years against all the power of Spain at a time when Spain was the greatest power in the world. Intermix with them a strain of those inflexible French Huguenots, who gave up their name and left their country forever at the time of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. The product must obviously be one of the most rugged, virile, unconquerable races ever seen upon the face of the earth. Take these formidable people and train them for seven generations in constant warfare against savage men and ferocious beasts, in circumstances in which no weakling could survive; place them so that they acquire skill with weapons and in horsemanship, give them a country which is eminently suited to the tactics of the huntsman, the marksman and the rider. Then, finally, put a fine temper upon their military qualities by a dour fatalistic Old Testament religion and an ardent and consuming patriotism. Combine all these qualities and all these impulses in one individual and you have the modern Boer." and this by Field Marshal Bernard L. Montgomery, Commander of the Allied forces during WWII "Give me 20 divisions American soldiers and I will breach Europe. Give me 15 consisting of Englishmen, and I will advance to the borders of Berlin. Give me two divisions of those marvellous fighting Boers and I will remove Germany from the face of the earth."

What has become of our pride as people? Why do we suddenly cower at being called racist? It suddenly sounds as if these people were talking about a completely different nation.

I have arrived at the following conclusion; many people have called me many names before does that make any of it true? I don’t think so. So when some random person calls me a racist does that make me a racist? I don’t think so. Does having pride in my heritage and my culture make me a racist? I don’t think so.

Being a white person does not automatically make me racist, if that is what you believe then fine it’s your choice but I am no longer going to cower away from this label and be walked over not in my own country of all places.  

Siebert Mazus 2014-08-15 01:35:53 PM
I've become used to being called a racist for the sole reason that I'm an Afrikaner. Somehow a lot of people don't see the irony in calling me a racist just because I'm an Afrikaner...
No Ohno 2014-08-15 02:27:57 PM
> We have become so scared of being labelled racist that we basically bend over backwards to accommodate the masses. Can't agree with you more. I just said to my wife the other day after that Tukkies student dress up drama, that before 1990 I actually heard very little about racism, and racists. So, 1994 was suppose to remove it permanently, yet, from 1994 SA can't get enough of it. It is the favorite topic always in SA. I agree with you, it seems all whites must walk on egg shells all the time. I am actually amazed at how many whites want to buy in into that. Good posting.
Colleen 2014-08-15 02:30:06 PM
Well said. Unfortunately, most of those stalwart South Africans, true to their strong, fearless, pioneering nature, have left these shores. By the sheer weight of numbers, the voice of the few whites still here will never again hold sway. So, for many whites in this country, fear of consecquences makes them bend over backwards to be seen as not 'racist'. Personally, if farm murders are being done solely by blacks, if armed home invasions and murders are a black speciality, when it is revealed that the majority of our black government are corrupt, thieving crooks and when those black citizens who are also victims of these criminals and those who are not victims do nothing and say nothing with their vote to make it stop, and my saying so out loud makes me a racist - so be it.
Bruwer 2014-08-15 02:32:12 PM
We have been downgraded and inducted by the liberal media as scum of the earth. With people like Lisa Vetten from Africacheck telling the world white people is also responsible for farm attacks. And that British MP Harriet Harman who recently on a radio show called white South Africans racist bastards.