Saturday, February 27, 2016

8 Videos the Media will not show you about the Democratic Alliance

My friends and family often ask why they do not see more of the positive stuff the Democratic Alliance is doing. They only see the claims of racism and what goes on in parly. The answer to this is pretty simple. Its not from a lack of trying. The Democratic Alliance have tried to tell everyone what they are doing, but it does not make interesting controversial news so the information is either suppressed by ANC connected media or ignored by other media houses for more sensationalist "clickbait" articles.

Here are eight videos I really believe you should watch to get a more holistic understanding of what the Democratic Alliance is really about. I can guarantee that unless you are in the party and can see with your own eyes what is happening, its likely your perception has been manipulated by propaganda.

Future leaders of South Africa - Go Potch! - Awesome student response

This wonderful image came across my feed today. It shows you that the violent racist thugs in our society only represent a tiny minority and that we as South Africans stand united against the racists.

Well done to these awesome students at Potch University. You guys and girls make us proud and we thank you for your effort. You are building and uniting the fabric of our society. In the picture below you see Potch students cleaning up the mess left by the racist riots earlier in the day. Together and united they are showing they can clean up the racists by working together to fix the harm the nationalists are doing to our society.

The racists nationalists think they are breaking down Mandela's dream of a rainbow nation. They are so wrong. They are making the rainbow nation stronger as we unite against the racists. We may be a very diverse people but we will unite together when you try hurt any of us. South Africans beat the white nationalists, South Africans can beat the black nationalists and corruption.

What makes me so proud about South Africans. Even though the nationalists are trying to make this out that the racial tension in South Africa is "black vs white". Its not. Its black, white, Indian, colored and every other non-racist vs black nationalist racism.

You see a lot of hate out there. Even my site has a wall of hate (which I do not like, but needs to be up as a lesson to us all). So let me show you what cooler South Africans are saying online. Not the racists you read about in the media.

Special thanks to everyone in New Political Forum 2.0 Khuluma Afrika. You guys keep talking. We need it.

Is this an example of IOL used intentionally to politically deceive people?

For those of you that do not know. IOL used to be a pretty good media house. You would get good, diverse views from it. In more recent times IOL has been bought out by people close to the ANC and a country that represses media freedom.

Sekunjalo Independent Media owns 55% of the company, the Public Investment Corporation of South Africa owns 25%, and two Chinese State Owned Enterprises (China International Television Corporation and the China Africa Development Fund) own the remaining 20% of the newspaper.

To me, IOL is a mouthpiece for the ANC and is being used to manipulate public perception.

Pretty much everyone now knows the ANC and EFF are now playing the ultra black nationalist game and are trying to demonize white people as much as possible to keep the voting population distracted leading up to the 2016 local elections.

Recently we busted a fake "race drama" story that EyeWitness News released that was manufactured to created racial tension. EWN (to their credit) later released an updated story to say the Pillay had not informed them that the account he interacted with was fake.

However, IOL picked up on the story. It was basically a rehash of the the first fake EyeWitness News story. In fact, very little attempt was made to change the wording. No attempt was made to write that the account was fake beyond reposted tweets.

I find it hard to believe the author of the story was not aware the account was not fake at the time of writing. On the IOL page about the story there is a quoted Twitter message that links back to this website about the story being fake and another quoted Twitter message where someone lets people know that the real person in the pictures is saying the account is fake.

Below is a list of screengrabs of the IOL story. Just so show you how strange this is.

Why not update the story? Why not tell the full truth in the body of the story. I will email a link of this article to Sherlissa Peters (the "author" of the IOL "Firefighter sees red over race attack" story) to try get some comment from her.

I have since spoken to the author. She said she wrote a retraction, but I am unable to find the link. My Google skills fail me. Searching IOL for "Pillay" "Firefighter" or "Joan Smith" did not bring up the retraction and there is no link from the original article to the retraction. I will update this page once I get more information.

I am NOT Black, You are NOT White

With all the hate being manufactured by the EFF and the ANC at the moment it is really great to hear positive words like this.

Friday, February 26, 2016

White, Indian and colored students banned from eating by black nationalists

As you may have noticed on my website I have been writing a lot about the racist nazi-like movement (mostly supported by EFF and SASCO black nationalists). For a long time many of us could see that these were not legitimate protests like the #FeesMustFall campaign.

This was a concentrated attack by black nationalist racists against the two main white minority cultures in South Africa. This was not an attempt to improve education or the lives of students. This was pure, debase racism dressed in the guise of legitimate student protests.

Well it appears many of the students realize their legitimate concerns have been hijacked by a racist minority. I will quote directly from News24 City Press:

The burning of paintings and the racist exclusion of students from a dining hall at the University of Cape Town has started to rattle the legitimacy of the #RhodesMustFall campaign. 
Some students in residences affected by the destructive protests this week said they wanted to get on with their studies. They said they had withdrawn their support for the #RhodesMustFall campaign and feared for their lives. They were too afraid to let City Press identify them. 
Students said that members of the #RhodesMustFall movement took over the food service in Fuller Hall’s dining room. 
They barred white, coloured and Indian students from entering the hall, and served black students only. 
The meal was chicken, rice and cauliflower with gravy. After that, they removed paintings from the dining room’s walls and set them alight in the parking lot.

Its great to see students waking up and realizing that they are being used by very racist and dangerous elements within our society.


EFF member gives instructions on how to create terrorist weapons against Afrikaans people

This is pretty shocking. This EFF nazi is now giving instructions over Facebook on how to create terrorist weapons to commit racist attacks against the Afrikaans minority in South Africa.

The EFF are quickly becoming more violent and more racist in their terror attacks on minority cultures (mostly white minorities).

According to the DA Twitter feed, these instructions come from an EFF member within party structures and not just a member off the street.


To get context to this story and to see more racist Nazi attacks on minorities, please see these other posts (including book and art burning, threats for genocide).

EFF want the land their ancestors stole returned to them.

They often say that those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it while those of us who do know history are doomed to watch them continuously repeat history.

Sometimes life in South Africa feels a bit like groundhog day. In this conversation I am going to talk about an emotive issue. Land transformation.

First let me know where I stand on this. I am totally all for a complete land audit along racial lines so we can resolve this transformation problem. I want this over as soon as possible. I want the violence to end and the injustice to be resolved. But for some reason the ANC doesnt want to do a race based audit. You may have seen fabricated lies from the EFF claiming that "white people" own "80%" of the land. This is completely false. The EFF through Andile Mngxitama intentionally created this lie to manipulate the voting population.

For some reason, the  EFF believe that owning farmland is some type of magical shortcut to wealth. If this was true there would be a million millionaires in the Transkei "homelands" managed by tribal authorities. I have seen no evidence to believe anyone in the EFF has thought far enough into the future to see that most farms produce a little profit and through hard, relentless work.

If having land equaled wealth why are these EFF protesters not asking a chief in the Transkei for some tribal land like they used to have to do in the past? Their ancestors never owned the land. The kings and chiefs did, and land was issued to tribal members at the whim of the king (as was usual for kings and their subjects all over the world)

Either / or, during Apartheid, the government owned the majority of the land. Where is that land now? I really do believe we need to resolve this land issue once and for all.

Now to get onto the main theme of this conversation. That EFF members are so poorly educated that most do not realize they are the descendants of colonizers (just like white people) and their ancestors stole the land as well. So this brings me back to my first paragraph. Only those that know history can see how silly the EFF is in demanding back land they stole first.

Since I can imagine the absolute disbelief going through their racist minds (they somehow believe they own the whole of Africa), let me take time out to teach them some South African history they do not know. All the information presented below comes from a South African government website and is historically verifiable through multiple sources (including the rock art work of the Khoi and San).

Not related to the BaNtu tribes, the San are descendants of Early Stone Age ancestors. Clans and loosely connected family groups followed seasonal game migrations between mountain range and coastline. They made their homes in caves, under rocky overhangs or in temporary shelters. These migratory people do not domesticate animals or cultivate crops, even though their knowledge of both flora and fauna is vast.
Unfortunately, hunter-gatherers cannot live permanently alongside a settled community and thus problems arose. When the San fought against the BaNtu, they were at a huge disadvantage not only in numbers but also in lack of weapons. With the Europeans, they were at an even greater disadvantage. The Europeans owned horses and firearms. In this period, the number of San was greatly reduced. They fought to the death and preferred death to capture where they would be forced into slavery.

If the EFF wish to claim that "whites must return the land they stole", then using their "logic", unless they themselves return the land their ancestors stole. They are hypocrites.

Before I end off this conversation I want to tackle another misconception regularly told by racists in the EFF. Some racists believe that black people can not colonize other black people. Apparently in some of their minds, the racist EFF members believe colonization is a "whites only" thing. Its not. Many great empires grew in Africa through colonization.

According to the foremost authority on the English language (the Oxford English Dictionary), the word colonialism has one meaning and it mentions nothing about being a "whites only" phenomenon.
The policy or practice of acquiring full or partial political control over another country, occupying it with settlers, and exploiting it economically

To put this into a humorous example. Imagine if the EFF belief that black people can not colonize black people was true. Using that same logic it would mean that white people could not colonize white people. Which means Europeans will be happy to hear that the colonization by the Roman and Greek Empires never happened and that Rome never colonized Britain.  As you can see, this is a pretty absurd view. Britain was colonized by the Romans. The evidence is in the letters you are reading right now. You are reading the Roman alphabet. Not the English alphabet.

One of the greatest and most feared of the colonial empires was the Zulu empire. Over 1 million Africans died directly as a result of one of the Zulu Empire biggest expansion periods known as the Mfecane (Zulu word for "the crushing"). Tribes like the Lozi that tried to reject Zulu colonialism where 'genocided' off the face of the planet. The Zulu Empire was a powerful and effective war machine and no other Bantu tribes in Southern Africa could withstand its might.

The amount of people who died due Zulu colonialism in the Mfecane is more than than all the people who died over hundreds of years through European colonial expansion in Southern Africa.

Now before you get the wrong idea, I'm not attacking the Zulus here. No Kingdom is not guilty of this same history. Almost every single human alive today is the descendant of a colonizer. Its how things worked in the past. In the past. Might=Right. You took with force or were taken by force. That was it.

Concepts like human and civil rights, equality and such are fairly modern concepts in our social evolution. We are still figuring this out as we go along.

I dont know of a single Kingdom or King that expanded his empire that is not guilty of great war crimes if judged by todays much higher moral standards. Those were different times and different ways. If you are going to judge them by our ways in our time, every single past powerful leader is going to disappoint you. From Rhodes to Shaka, from Caesar to Khan.

Black nationalists like you get in the EFF (and to a degree the ANC) try seperate black people from white people as much as possible. They do not realize how much the same we really are.

None of us have a clean record, all of us share common history. My history is your history, your history is my history. We are all human beings with a shared past, and a shared future. To not allow the black or white racist to divide us. We are all needed to make our country great. Our diversity is our strength and once we deal with corruption (something racists want you distracted from) we will make this country and all its people great.

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Troll Spotting - Busting the Libyan Paradise Lie

There is a highly dishonest meme currently being spread around the Internet by black nationalist racists who in their attempts to make anything "western" or "white" look bad have taken the suffering of Africans in Libya, and are trying to twist their suffering to score cheap political points.

These African hating, dictator loving racists do not fact check anything so we have decided to that for them. This is the lie they are spreading

This list was posted on a Veterans website. 

Lie #1. There is no electricity bill in Libya; electricity is free for all its citizens.
This is a complete fabrication ‑ Libyans have always had to pay for utilities, including electricity.
 Lie #2. There is no interest on loans, banks in Libya are state-owned and loans given to all its citizens at 0 per cent interest by law.
This is another fiction – Libyans have always paid interest on all loans. This includes students sent to study abroad – their “grants” are deducted from their salaries after they return home. In addition, under Gaddafi many Libyan have had to borrow money from banks, relatives and friends in order to seek medical treatment abroad, typically in Tunisia, Jordan or Egypt. This is in a oil-rich country with a small population of just six million (including at least two million foreign workers).
Lie #3. Home considered a human right in Libya – Gaddafi vowed that his parents would not get a house until everyone in Libya had a home. Gaddafi’s father has died while he , his wife and his mother are still living in a tent.
This is complete nonsense. It’s true that after Gaddafi’s coup in 1969 most of the corrugated iron shacks that dotted suburban areas in Libya disappeared, but that’s hardly a great achievement in a country whose population in 1969 was just 1.5 million and whose oil revenue grew at least tenfold during Gaddafi’s reign. In fact, it’s perfectly reasonable to argue that this would have happened anyway, Gaddafi or no Gaddafi, given the phenomenal growth of income from oil. And that’s not to mention the palaces Gaddafi built for himself in every city – all paid for with the Libyan people’s money.
 Lie #4. All newlyweds in Libya receive 60,000 Libyan dinar (50,000 US dollars) from the government to buy their first apartment and help start up a family.
This is a complete fabrication. It never happened either before or during Gaddafi’s reign. In fact, a huge number of people in Libya are unable to marry because they cannot afford to rent, buy or build a home.
Lie #5. Education and medical treatments are free in Libya. Before Gaddafi only 25 per cent of Libyans were literate. Today the figure is 83 per cent .
Education and medical treatment have always been free, under the monarchy and during Gaddafi’s reign. However, under Gaddafi, and especially from the late 1970s onwards, if you were unlucky enough to go to a state hospital you would have had to (a) bring your own bedding, if you wanted to sleep in clean bedding; (b) get your family or friends to bring in food for you; and (c) put up with appalling standards of hygiene, including reused syringes. If you didn’t want any of this, then would have had to find the money to go to a private hospital.
 Lie #6. Should Libyans want to take up farming career, they would receive farming land, a farming house, equipments, seeds and livestock to kick ‑ start their farms – all for free.
This is a blatant lie. It never happened at any time in Libya.
 Lie #7. If Libyans cannot find the education or medical facilities they need in Libya, the government funds them to go abroad for it – not only free but they get US 2, 300 US dollars per month accommodation and car allowance.
Utter nonsense. See my answer to Lie # 2 above – under Gaddafi many Libyan have had to borrow money from banks, relatives and friends in order to seek medical treatment abroad, typically in Tunisia, Jordan or Egypt. This is in a oil-rich country with a small population of just six million (including at least two million foreign workers).
 Lie #8. In Libya, if a Libyan buys a car, the government subsidizes 50 per cent of the price.
Complete nonsense. In fact, you’d be lucky to find a car to buy. Gaddafi seized all car dealerships in the late 1970s and, from there onwards, only the state very occasionally imported motor cars and sold them to the public at exorbitant prices. And that’s not all. To get to buy a car at all, you also had to pay a large bribe to one of the officials in charge of selling the state-imported vehicles. And, if you wanted to import a car privately – whatever its make and whether brand new or used – you had to pay 100-per-cent import duties (plus a bribe to get the port authorities to release the car even after you paid the import duties).
 Lie #9. The price of petrol in Libya is 0. 14 US dollars per litre.
As with all oil producing countries, the price of petrol was lower than in Europe or Japan. But it certainly was not 0.14 US dollars per litre. It was equivalent to the price of petrol in the USA.
 Lie #10. Libya has no external debt and its reserves amount to 150 billion US dollars – now frozen globally.
That’s true, but why should a country of vast oil revenues, six million people and almost no public expenditure have a foreign debt? In Gaddafi’s 42-year tyranny hardly any new infrastructure was built and existing infrastructure, such as roads, hospitals and schools, hardly received any investment at all. It’s also worth noting that, despite several contracts with Russian, Ukrainian and Chinese railway companies costing approximately 40 billion dollars, Libya has no railway at all. As for the reserves of 150 billion US dollars, that too is hardly surprising given the vast oil wealth and almost zero public investments. Almost all of these reserves were managed by Gaddafi’s son, Saif al-Islam, who spent the money in corrupt private dealings. The defunct dictator’s other son, Mutasim, also dipped into the country’s reserves, spending by his own admission two million dollars per month on gifts and parties for his girlfriends.
 Lie #11. If a Libyan is unable to get employment after graduation the state would pay the average salary of the profession as if he or she is employed until employment is found.
This is a complete lie. It is estimated that at least one-third of Libyan graduates are unemployed – none received anything from the state. And Libya has no social security, so these people, like all other unemployed citizens, had to rely on family and friends for support.
 Lie #12. A portion of Libyan oil sale is credited directly to the bank accounts of all Libyan citizens.
Rubbish! It’s simply not true.
Lie #13. A mother who gave birth to a child receive 5,000 US dollars.
Another figment of the imagination of Gaddafi’s pimps. It never happened. Ever!
Lie #14. Forty loaves of bread in Libya costs 0.15 dollars.
Bread has always been cheap – even in impoverished countries like Egypt. But the price of one (repeat, one, not 40) loaf of bread in Libya in December 2011 (i.e. before the people’s revolution) was about 0.20 US dollars.
 Lie #15. Twenty five per cent of Libyans have a university degree.
More or less true – and 30 per cent of them are unemployed!
 Lie #16. Gaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project, known as the Great Man-Made River project, to make water readily available throughout the desert country.
That’s true. This is a prestige project that cost three times as much as originally estimated. It would have been much cheaper to develop desalinated water plants. And what happened when the “Great Man-Made River” was completed? They connected it to the country’s ageing water pipes which blew up all at the same time because of the huge increase in pressure, leaving millions in Benghazi, Tripoli and elsewhere without freshwater for months. And why weren’t the pipes renewed before connecting them to the “Great Man-Made River”? Well, money had been allocated to do this but the job was never done ‑ not one pipe was renewed? And why was that? Because Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and his brother Mutasim pocketed the money. All of it. Ten billion us dollars, in fact!
 Lie #17. According to the United Nations Development Programme, Libya ranked first in Africa (53 globally) on the Human Development Index ‑ ahead of Saudi Arabia at 55, Iran at 70, South Africa at 73, Jordan at 82, Egypt at 101, Indonesia at 108, India at 119, Afghanistan at 155.
Go and tell that to the families of the hundreds buried alive in underground prisons in Libya, or to the loved ones of those locked up and left to die in shipping containers in ambient temperatures of 45 degrees Celsius. Or to the relatives of the 1,200 political murdered in three hours in Abu Salim prison in 1996. As for ranking 53 globally on the UN’s Human Development Index, big deal! Onlt 53, in a country of immense wealth and only six million people? Why not ranking first globally? This is an indictment of Gaddafi, his thieving family and his murderous regime. And ranking first in Africa – is that a great achievement, considering that the overwhelming majority of African countries are either super poor or ultra-corrupt?
 Lie #18. According to the US Energy Information Administration, “Libya has the largest proven oil reserves in Africa”.
It is a measure of the intellectual calibre of Gaddafi’s pimps that they cite Libya’s oil reserves as an achievement of the defunct tyrant. Well, let me surprise them: the size of a country’s oil reserves is determined by natural phenomena spanning billions of years, not by human intervention.
 Lie #19. On 21 February 2011, five days after the Arab Spring broke out in Libya, Gaddafi launched a new programme to privatize all Libyan oil to every citizen of Libya, initially providing 21,000 US dollars to every Libyan from a total of 32 billion dollars in the Year 2011, so that the health, education, transport and some other ministries could be abolished and individual Libyans could use the profits of their own investments, including from oil ownership, to obtain the relevant services. This, Gaddafi said, is the best way to eliminate corruption, including the theft of Libyan oil by foreign oil companies, and to decentralize governmental power.
I’ve heard this story from Gaddafi’s own mouth before ‑ in fact, once every three years or so, the last time being in early March this year, shortly after the people’s revolution began. It’s a cheap attempt to tempt people, but never materialized at any time following promises along the same lines from 1979 onwards. Besides, after 42 years of Gaddafi rule Libya is still 97 per cent reliant on oil revenue. So much for development! So, even if Gaddai were serious, what will Libyans do with all that money. The answer is simple: with zero domestic output, it would mean a several-hundred-per-cent increase in imports. We already import everything. As for the theft of Libyan oil by foreign oil companies, well, who gave these companies control of Libyan oil in the first place, and who pampered them and gave them and their staff preferential treatment over Libyan citizens? Every Libyan knows the answer to that question but let me spell it out for Gaddafi’s intellectually-challenged pimps: the answer is Gaddafi and his corrupt sons.
 Lie #20. The Great Man-Made River Project, begun in 1984 by Gaddafi, has been called the Eighth Wonder of the World. It supplies fresh water to the cities of Tripoli, Benghazi, Sirte and elsewhere. The US threatened to nuke this “chemical weapons factory”. Foreign companies covet the fresh water.
See my answer to Lie #16 above: This is a prestige project that cost three times as much as originally estimated. It would have been much cheaper to develop desalinated water plants. And what happened when the “Great Man-Made River” was completed? They connected it to the country’s ageing water pipes which blew up all at the same time because of the huge increase in pressure, leaving millions in Benghazi, Tripoli and elsewhere without freshwater for months. And why weren’t the pipes renewed before connecting them to the “Great Man-Made River”? Well, money had been allocated to do this but the job was never done ‑ not one pipe was renewed? And why was that? Because Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and his brother Mutasim pocketed the money. All of it. Ten billion us dollars, in fact! As for foreign companies coveting the “Great Man-Made River’s” freshwater, what exactly would foreign companies do with this water?
Lie #21. Muammar Gaddafi seized power in 1969 in a bloodless coup by overthrowing King Idris of Libya ‑ Idris achieved power with British backing in 1949.
If we’re supposed to conclude from this that Gaddafi is a peace-loving man who only does things bloodlessly, then the defunct tyrant’s pimps are stupid beyond our wildest imagination. Gaddafi’s dismal, murderous human rights record in Libya is a matter of public record and is beyond doubt. Likewise, his murderous actions abroad are almost unparalleled. Just think of his sponsorship of drug-crazed limb amputators in Sierra Leone and Code d’Ivoire, his arming and funding of Charles Taylor’s gangsters in Liberia and his decades-long bloody meddling in Chad and Sudan, to mention but a few. Also, staging a bloodless coup in Libya in 1969 can’t have been a very hard job. Gaddafi’s colleagues arrested the crown prince and three army officers and seized the radio and TV station – one building. That was it! And there’s a sting in the tail here too. One of Gaddafi’s coup colleagues – Muhammad al-Mogaryaf, who was murdered by Gaddafi in 1972 ‑ related that at the crucial hour when some of his colleagues went to arrest the army chief, Gaddafi panicked and hid for a full four hours. Mogaryaf paid for this comment with his life. By the way, Libya’s population at that time of the coup was 1.5 million, in a country six times the size of the UK. It must have been really hard to stage a bloodless coup in such a tiny country with a super weak regime!

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Non-racist, multicultural TUKS students show the EFF racists they stand united

In all this manufactured racist perception that the ANC troll factory is going out of its way to manufacture in its attempt to create a race war to distract voters, there is this beautiful glimmer of hope in our future that I really do believe has to be shared here.

In this midst of all the racial tension intentionally manufactured by the ANC:

We get this more true reflection of what really our beautiful South Africa society stands for. Here is a group of diverse TUKS students standing together in their diversity against this racist onslaught manufactured by the ANC that is gripping our country. 

Well done to these students showing the racists how it should be done. These are real South Africans and future leaders. Not the Nazi-like thuggery we see from the EFF. 

News24 reported the following:

On Tuesday, 23 February tens of students at the University of Pretoria formed a human chain and began to pray for unity and peace on campus. "Jesus is Lord over our nation," they chanted. We will stand together, black and white, coloured and Indian, and unite in one purpose," said a prayer leader.
"Yes," replied students, their heads bowed in prayer. Some nodded in agreement, while one student raised a hand to the sky. The religious group's actions follow violent confrontations on campus over the institution's language policy and fee increases. Watch the full video above.

Troll Spotting 2. Violent racist attacks on a minority

So for those of you who have been following my blogs you will notice that the violent racist attacks against the white minority are increasing. This is being stoked and fueled by the ANC controlled government that wants a race war to distract people from their incredibly high levels of corruption.

Please see the other videos on this series to get context:

Well today it escalated again (thanks to the EFF and the ANC racists). Right now the ANC troll factory is in full swing. They have taken an incident they started and tried to be professional victims and make it out to everyone that it was uncalled for white on black violence. 

This is the cherry picked video they have decided to "prove" that white people are "causing" "racist" fights. With comments like "white people beat black people like slaves". This is how the racist EFF manipulate people. 

However, everything has context, and what the Nazi racists do not show you is a bunch of racists attacking the white students first, and targeting a female (which they decided to hit).

These racist Nazis are such pathetic cowards that they only way they can exert force is to hit a woman. They ran away from from all the men they challenged. I have never met a racist that was not a coward and this reinforces that belief of mine.

This is what the racist EFF and ANC racists will not show you.

This is not a fight against black racists and white racists, it looks like a fight between black racists and South Africans fighting against racism.

Another video of the incident.

According to the Herald Newspaper (a newspaper owned by someone connected to the ANC)

Security was tight at the University of the Free State (UFS) as it entered the first of a two-day shutdown after violence gripped the campus.
Workers were reported to be protesting outside the gates of the main campus on Tuesday hours after UFS announced via SMS that “UFS Bfn Campus closed 23-24 Feb 2016 due to strike and protest. Safety of staff and students our priority.”
Violence erupted on Monday when a group of protesters invaded the field where a Varsity Cup match between FNB Shimlas and FNB NMMU Madibaz was in progress.
“Members of the UFS Protection Services gathered around the protesters but were outnumbered‚” a university statement said‚ and “after a few minutes‚ spectators ran onto the field”.
“The protesters were chased off the field and beaten by the spectators.”
UFS senior leadership condemned “in the strongest terms possible the violence against the protesters”.
Fears of racial violence dominated social media‚ with some saying Monday’s actions were a declaration of “war”.
saasa ‏@SpicesGp simply tweeted: “War declared #university of free state”‚ but Kgagamatso ‏@Nator_Da felt that point had long been passed: “What’s happening at the University of Free State is past civil war … Its ‘ a part of hate’ you know ‘apartheid’ ”
A dispirited Curiosity Locksmith ‏@CuriousityLocks posted: “As for University of Free state‚ a civil war is looming. Those grounds are no longer safe for anyone‚ sad reality”.
Escobar Senior ‏@IAm_Yise expressed his fear of reprisals: “I’m Afraid of How Black People Are Going To Stage a Retaliation In Their Numbers @ University Of Free State #UFS”.
UFS’s statement on Monday warned that “nobody has the right to take the law into their own hands”‚ and an “urgent investigation is underway‚ using footage from the event”.
“No stone will be left unturned to identify those who acted violently‚ whether students or not‚” it added.
It also pointed to outside influences‚ claiming: “It is clear at this time that both the protesting group and the spectators included non-students in their number.”

Please read this article on how non-Racist TUKS students are combining together in their diversity to fight back against the hideous racists.