Black to Black

Disclaimer: if you take offense to this post, good! You’re probably a black man, or women overly indulging in the oppression of the white people.

Black to black, from a black South African sister with probably an IQ lower than that of a yet still to be conceived foetus, to a black nation of South Africa – the majority constituents beings of this nation.

You’ve hopefully heard or seen the outrage of white people over your conduct and behavior towards them as ‘the minority’ group of South Africa. If you haven’t, please visit our split second daily update opinionated newspaper – Twitter. Use the hashtag Red October (one word) and you shall know exactly what you should have known.

Black people, let me start of by saying that I love you, deeply. I mean my mother, father and their parents parents are also very black, just like me and the rest of you. And I love them.

I would like to address the matter of the #RedOctober campaign. As but a black girl of this nation, I think we need to change our attitude towards white people. The oppression and abuse that white people encounter every day and are extremely enraged of needs to stop my black compatriots. Even you coloured and Indian ones, you must also listen.

My black dimes, how dare you singularly afflict white people! Don’t you know that these people are just the minority group of this country who have bigger problems to address, like choosing the adequate sun protection factor(spf) containing lotion for this damn scorching heat of this African land which their forefathers somewhat landed on?

How double dare you rape, abuse and kill only these people? Why them? Don’t you know they are also human beings who are trying to make a living which you lot, through these racist black economic empowerment deals and affirmative action policies continue to enjoy?

My black gems you infuriate the living life out of my follicles even my hairline is making its way to the grave. You selfish culprits – making the minority feel vulnerable and inferior.

Speaking of which, you need to urge your government to at least give soap and those fancy floor cleaning products on the commercials to the cleaners (if there are any) of those filthy hospitals of hers. Write an open letter, a tweet or send a fax, whatever it takes, so long as the message gets to her that the white people of the red october campaign find her hospital’s odor very unpleasant.

Those hospitals stink particularly to the white people of this country because they are the minority group whose descendants by no means benefited from the apartheid regime. Therefore they do not have enough money not to mention the facilities to enjoy the same luxury of somewhat acceptable pleasant odor of medicine that you lot get to enjoy in these overly expensive privately owned hospitals of yours.

Oh and that pathetic educational system that you keep feeding into the brains of the white people, especially their kids is particularly inappropriate as these are just young melanin disadvantaged individuals in the process of carving a better future which by this act y’all are stripping out of their hands – which vaseline serves as your equivalent of a sumptuous hand cream.

Other than indulging and sending your own kids to extremely expensive private schools who deny white kids due to their particularly uneconomical requirements, you could be more involved in certifying that the education system of this country is favourable to all beings of this scattered rainbow nation.

You could make yourselves useful, you know, creating employment opportunities which will benefit everyone member of this country regardless of their race or ethnic group. You could join hands with one another and start being a rainbow nation which your leaders preach and your constitution foresaw.

You could spend more time on those long crystal clear boardroom tables, which white people serve as cleaners, brainstorming ideas that will not only yield profits for your own overpriced BEE fast car, but ideas that will work towards nurturing and securing a future for all South Africans. Not internationally acclaimed certificates.

What y’all are doing is all forms of imprisonment worthy injustice. Why must you make the white men skeptical about their future? How could you?

Black people. I cannot stress enough the vitality of putting to a halt the oppression towards white people.

Steve Hofmeyer even mentioned that they (whites) are ‘not used to being raped by other(black) ethnicities’. I know this is a bit confusing my black cadres. However all this means is that do NOT rape white people, for they are rather used to and I guess enjoy if one of their own commits this act to them. So please my people, let’s allow white people to enjoy this one ALONE.

Dammit! Silly me. How can I be so cynical, white people don’t commit such abhor driven endeavors.

So all in all, the red october campaign specifically asks the lot of you, by means of something close to your hearts; march, banners not necessarily the red balloon part, to adhere, hopefully by force (like those beware of the dog signs) to their safety and security through understanding their anger, frustrations and needs.

I plead to you my black diamonds, let us not have white people marching in the hot skies of Africa just so they could be heard. And if you are the nanny, gardner or serve as their laundromat (I’m glad you still have some form of income), I sincerely hope you carried out your duty purposefully without the need to ask further questions of an overtime payment. Those souls have encountered enough, the least you could not do is bankrupt them.

In closing, now that you’re pissed off, I at least hope you got the message because singing, out of rage that song which Julius Malema resurrected from the past could damage the now very well tanned white people.

In the words of my black president, Jacob Zuma; yinde le ndlela esihambayo.

Black to Black
With African Black Love


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