2007: The Songs they Sing: Why are you fueling racism? – Blacks singing about killing Whites

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Original Post Date: 2007-07-31 Time: 00:00:00 Posted By: Jan

The MK Songs you are talking about in your articles were sang in the apartheid era when blacks were under the vicious control and domination of the white minority. Why are you misleading people, if you can attend an anc rally today you will hear that those songs are no longer sung because they have lost their relevance.

Zuma’s song means that he wants his machine gun to fight the unjust way he feels the ANC and his comrades are handling him. White people are the furthest thing from his mind when he sings this song (Give me my machine gun is supposed to be a metaphor, intelligent people should know that it is not to be literarily translated)

The person who wrote this racist article should just pack up and leave if they do not want to be part of a united South Africa. It’s people like you who are fuelling the spirit of racism in South Africa.

JAN Replied:

Thanks for your post about the Songs they Sing. I don’t think you’re being honest with me.

You say such songs are no longer sung. What does Amandlha mean?

You say I fuel racism – and yet the ANC Govt said it was not racist to say: Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer.

Re: Zuma.
I think my friend you’re lying about Zuma. He’s been singing that song for a long time – even before Mbeki fired him.

I’m not fuelling racism. I’m merely pointing out what racists you blacks are.

Source: http://archive.africancrisis.info/?p=15530

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