- A coloured person held nothing back when he phoned into a radio show on Thursday
- Francesco talked about the media failing white farmers being murdered
- And, added the country has only been negatively impacted under ‘black rule’
A coloured man from Kuils River phoned in to the Eusebius McKaiser show on Thursday morning to express his views on white people being blamed for everything and the land reform issue.
According to the man, only known as Francesco, the show should ‘stop bashing white people’ for being who they are, especially farmers who own land and are white.
Francesco added he was irritated with white liberals apologising for being white.
“I think it’s silly and it’s cruel to those farmers who are being killed on, probably, a daily basis,” the man added.
Francesco claimed he was not saying there was no racism amongst the white farmers, but added whites were being targeted as a people and no one is doing a thing about it.
He continued by slamming the media for not reporting on the brutality of farm murders, adding he was sick and tired of the ‘it’s only a white farmer’ attitude.
After a few moments the coloured man bashed ‘black rule’, adding the current government was responsible for South Africa looking like a banana republic to the rest of the world.
“What has black rule given us? Where has black rule gotten us? Look what mess we are in.”, he asked clearly irritated with the host.
He continued by blaming the 'black government' for the issues affecting the country, which he listed as corruption, violence and the weak rand.
However, it appeared the host hung up on him, telling him to “gaan weg”(go away).
His comments followed the Australian MP visas be given faster to white South African farmers seeking to leave the country.
The immigration MP, Peter Dutton, believes white farmers are faced with “horrific circumstances” amid land reform.
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