“Blade Runner Killing And The Media Blackout” is the current column, now on WND:
“After decades of indifference from America’s infotainment industry, imagine my surprise to hear TV anchors like Megyn Kelly of Fox News allude to the killing fields of South Africa.
South Africa should be in the news every day. It isn’t. Scant few among the West’s Yellow Press care to chronicle the country’s favorite blood sport: murder. The Afrikaners, in particular—arguably that country’s founding people—are being killed off at genocidal rates with nary a murmur from the media—although the same crowd is on the scene to report on Nelson Mandela’s every wheelchair-bound move.
According to Genocide Watch, South Africa under the African National Congress is now at stage 5 of the 8 stages of Genocide. However, were it not for a little-known, heroic Internet journalist (cited in ‘Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South Africa’), few would know who the victims of this racial onslaught are and how they die.
Soon jurist Alan Dershowitz was chiming in about ‘how dangerous’ life in South Africa was. Dershowitz even denigrated the country’s judiciary as ‘a very politically correct judiciary,’ ‘filled with people from the ANC and supporters of the ANC'; most certainly ‘not one of the finer judiciaries in the world.’
A subject that had been submerged since 1994—the ramshackle state of post-apartheid South Africa—was suddenly being raised, if in veiled terms.
The reason for the heightened awareness among the criminally comatose is Blade Runner Oscar Pistorius’ run-in with the law. The Olympian amputee killed his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp, in what he contends was a case of mistaken identity. …”
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