Monday, 13 August 2012

Postings to this site

As must be obvious to all readers, this site is no longer benefiting from regular updates.  I’m afraid his is due to changes in my personal life.  The recent addition to my family of a treasured, but very demanding young person, together with the fact that, like most people in the current environment,  I have no option other than to hold down an increasingly challenging full time job mean that I no longer have the free time I once had to devote to blogging.

I also have a partner who has first call on what free time I have, that is, when I am not too exhausted to think! 

I am reluctant to close down the blog altogether, as I feel I still have something to contribute, and that the archive of my previous articles continues to have some value.

However, I regret that for the time being postings to this site will become occasional rather than regular.

I hope that readers will continue to visit from time to time to check for updates.

I will, of course, continue where possible to report on the ongoing attacks on the South African farming community.

A Triumph indeed, but not as they claim

 Team GB - Medal winners

Apart from the opening and, almost as ghastly, closing ceremonies, which, unlike the contests themselves, were under the complete control of the media and a tiny left wing elite and were therefore more of the same mind numbing propaganda which now passes for entertainment in this country, it would be difficult to argue that the 2012 Olympic games was not a tremendous success for Britain. At least it was a success in terms of the performance of our athletes and the behaviour of the British public.

One can not compare the 1908 games when we last won as many medals, but only 28 nations participated, with the games which have just taken place, hence it is fair to state that Britain has just had it’s most successful Olympics of all times.

However, the success has not been in the form which the establishment would have us believe. According to the opening and closing raves, the media narrative and most politically correct politicians, the Olympics was a triumph for multiculturalism. However, a true analysis of what actually happened, and, of course, of the medals table itself, tells a very different story, and one which must have been quite infuriating for those attempting to promote the official line.

Of our tally of 29 gold medals four were shared between three black athletes and one further gold went to Jessica Ennis, girl of mixed race origins.  By far the vast majority of “Team GB” medal winners, at gold and all other levels, were, as a BBC executive would no doubt describe them “hideously white”

As was to be expected, despite making up less than 14% of the winners, black athletes received at least 40% of the TV coverage and were represented in a significantly higher percentage in the opening and closing graphics accompanying any sports show during the games.  However, irrespective of how the media tried to play it, the split between the elitist fairy tale and reality has seldom been so marked.

Indeed, the multicultural fantasy did not only fail in terms the medal count, the myth that “we are all the same” was exposed as the lie it is in the events which took place.

Black athletes featured strongly, albeit not exclusively in the boxing ring and on the track where they held preeminent positions in most activities involving running, but were completely non existent from virtually all other sports.  Where were the black swimmers, divers, cyclists, rowers, sailors, tennis players, riders and shooters?  In the British team there were none.

It one were to remove the runners, boxers and the little Tiquando chap who was selected instead of the world champion on account of his colour, out of the equation then the medal winners would resemble slightly younger versions of the overwhelmingly white space scientists who recently landed the explorer Curiosity on Mars, except that there were a few Orientals among the scientists.

We are different, we excel in different things, we fail in different things, we are not the same, and the Olympic games showed it.  It also became clear that we think differently and we want different things
It was not just amongst the athletes where the difference was on display, as was clear in the make up of the crowds at particular events and confirmed when spectators were interviewed white within the crowd were there to cheer on everyone, or so they said, whereas blacks made no bones of the fact they were there to cheer on black athletes. (few ‘British Asians’ seemed to have turned up, at least not to watch the British team)  Behind the microphones, white commentators spoke of diversity and inclusion, while black  commentators stressed the achievements of black athletes.  Channel Four sports reporter Keme Nzerum, even went so far as to suggest that Britain had done so well largely because other sportsmen and women had “been inspired by the success of Mohammed (Mo) Farah and Jessica Ennis”, despite the fact that a significant number of medals had been won before either of then entered the fray.

It would be churlish not to acknowledge the likable “Mo” Farah’s achievement in winning two gold medals, he did himself and his native Somalia, where I understand his progress was being avidly followed, proud.  However, it cannot be denied, that people of his ethnic back ground and place of origin are genetically advantaged in terms of running abilities.  For that very reason alone, to include him in the British team and view his success as a “British triumph” is in itself a form of cheating.  You might as well put a greyhound in a Labrador race, and call it a fast Labrador.  He’s not British, he’s  Somali and both his victory and medal should have been awarded to Somalia.

Not everyone fell for the attempts to sell “Mo” as national hero, it must have really galled the  assembled ranks of opinion formers to discover that considerably more people tuned in to watch the wonderful Tim Daley’s life reaffirming delight at winning a diving bronze than watched Mo Farah win either of his gold medals. 

It was Tom, the incredible triathlon winning Brownlee brothers, and, of course Bradley (Wiggo) Wiggins, despite his Australian, father who really made most of the nations heart swell with the patriotic pride, so disdained by the Chairman of the BBC.

Contrary to the spin which the establishment are, and will continue to put on the 2012 London Olympics, the truth is that it was not a triumph for the multicultural dream, but an event which exposed racial differences in very stark relief.

Thursday, 2 August 2012

Another South African Hate Crime

It was just two sentences long and consigned to what is effectively the “It’s an odd word” section on page 18 of this morning’s London metro. Out of interest I measured the article and it was 1.2 inches by 2.5 inches, and that included the headline ‘Boy 12 “is boiled to death”

That was how one London paper saw fit to report the trial of the three men charged with the torture, rape and murder of the Viana family in October last year.

One can only imagine how many pages the western media would dedicate to the trial of three white South Africans accused of a similar crime. However, in this case in common with 99.9% of all such interracial murders. the victims were white and the accused black. This does not suit the narrative which the old media are determined to follow, and is therefore such cases are embarrassments, which they seek to under play or deliberately fail to report.

The three accused Sipho Mbele, David Motaung and Patrick Petrus Radebe, who had worked for the family, smiled and sniggered as the crimes, to which they have confessed were detailed.

The court heard the gang lay in wait for Tony Viana 53, to arrive home, then they attacked him with golf clubs and a panga / machete before tying him up.

Shortly afterwards Mrs Geraldine Viana and the couple’s 12 year old son Amaro returned and were also attacked by the gang. Amaro was also tied up and together with his father was forced to watch while all three men rapedd his mother in turn, restraining her by variously standing on her head or forcing a pillow over her face.

After raping Mrs Viana the gang murdered her and her husband. Such rapes and murders are now commonplace in South Africa, however, what the killers did next was what made this crime particularly heinous.

Amaro Viana had watched as his mother was raped, he has witnessed his parents being slaughtered, he knew the men who did it and could identify them, they decided he had to die.

However, they didn't just kill him, they didn't even show him the mercy of shooting him, execution style through the back of the head, as the killers of three year old WillemienPotgieter did to her after killing her family. Instead the things which took twelve year old Amaro's life took him to the bathroom, filled the bath with scalding hot water and held him under water until he stopped struggling.

As a parting act, the killers disembowled the family dog.

This was no “bungled burglary”, this was no “robbery gone wrong, this was another hate crime, but it was only a white boy they boiled to death, so hate crimes charges were never brought.


Mike smith gives his view on this case on his blog, which can be read by clicking here

Click here to hear Dr. Gregory Stanton, President of Genocide Watch, speaks at a news conference held at the Transvaal Agricultural Union in Pretoria, regarding the current situation in South Africa, on 26 July 2012