Blaming blacks

WHILE the behaviour of the AWB's André Visagie during an e.tv interview this week leaves much to be desired, it should have been expected.

WHILE the behaviour of the AWB's André Visagie during an e.tv interview this week leaves much to be desired, it should have been expected.

Visagie lost his cool when political economist Lebogang Pheko asked him why he only spoke about murdered white farmers and not about farm workers who are in some instances killed by white farmers.

Visagie obviously reacted in tan aggressive manner because Pheko had exposed the racist nature of the campaign run by the AWB and other right-wing organisations (including Afri-forum) about murders on farms.

The silence from these organisations is usually deafening when black farm workers are assaulted or killed by white farmers. This essentially because they blame all blacks for ushering in a majority black government - which is anathema to white supremacists.

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