You read about the notorious ANC Youth League president Julius Malema in “‘Kill The F—–g Whites’ In South Africa—Courtesy of FaceBook.” Here the barbarian performs the masterpiece, “Ayesaba Amagwala (The Cowards are Scared), and Dubulu ibhunu (Shoot all the Boers),” in person:
According to Ms. Foul, the white crowd, there to protest (gasp) a murder, was singing “the apartheid-era anthem in the Afrikaans language.” My God; you mean to say South Africans—who settled the continent at the time Americans settled this one—had a national life, much less an anthem before black majority rule!? How dare they conjure Die Stem.
While Die Stem is verboten, “Kill The Boer; Kill the Farmer” is described as an “anti-apartheid song.”
Brenda Abrams, a 30-year-old black businesswoman [BEEE] who was at the courthouse Tuesday to support the family of the younger accused, said a “big fuss” was being made about Terreblanche’s death.
The AP article is obviously considered a correct, or acceptable, take by Drudge, who linked to it. No surprise there.