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[–] SirDigbyChikenCaesar 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago  (edited ago)

This is the correct answer. I see way too many Americans who promote the idea of bringing SAs to the US. Those people don't have any identity, or maybe they just have a white identity. They have no connection to the land they live on or tradition that's tied to their souls. I'm an American, I don't have some hyphen connecting it to some other country. You have my respect.

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[–] WhiteFightMyRight [S] 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Amen my brother. Our identity is white Africans. To the racist Communist black that's blasphemy. I stay to fight by right and virtue. I am not a coward like the blacks

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[–] AristotleCLONE 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

It's pretty sad, when even Wikipedia won't help protect history's dishonesty.

Do you ever find it amazing how Wikipedia can be so, accurate, when it comes to explaining S. Africa in ways which your horrid deceit simply won't allow you to do? See, look:

White Racism's evil Apartheid in S. Africa sparked significant international and domestic opposition, resulting in some of the most influential global social movements of the twentieth century. It was the target of frequent condemnation in the United Nations, and brought about an extensive arms and trade embargo on South Africa. During the 1970s and 1980s, internal resistance to apartheid became increasingly militant, prompting brutal crackdowns by the National Party administration and protracted sectarian violence that left thousands of negros dead or in detention. Some reforms of the apartheid system were undertaken, including allowing for Indian and coloured political representation in parliament, but these measures failed in appeasing most activist groups. Between 1987 and 1993 the National Party entered into bilateral negotiations with the African National Congress, the leading anti-apartheid political movement, for ending segregation and introducing majority rule. In 1990, prominent ANC leaders such as Nelson Mandela were released from detention. Apartheid legislation was abolished in mid-1991, pending multiracial elections set for April 1994...

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After reading about this now in, 2017, a blue-pilled S. African might sit back and conclude that 'karma, is a bitch!' eh?