Visit Soweto with Cedric de la Harpe

Visit Soweto with Cedric de la Harpe

Visit Soweto with Cedric de la Harpe and experience South Africa, our journey through Colonisation and Apartheid, you are guaranteed an opportunity to have a look at the world around us, the   similarities that exist in our countries, the black and white issues, the class issues, the caste issues, join him on the Colonisers trail.

The similarities are frightening, the solutions are more frightening, in Cedric’s company, mental stimulation is a given, as he looks at his vision for South Africa, that requires the world to change.

Please visit our standard Soweto Visit page, as Cedric will not always be available:

The cost of the Standard Visit is R 450 per person sharing, excluding the local meals, museums, and shared taxi; approx R 150 per person.

Visit Soweto with Cedric de la Harpe

In the company of Cedric, using his vehicle in lieu of local taxi fee, the cost (departing Melville)  per person sharing is R 750, this includes lunch at the Nancefield Hostel, but excludes any Museum Fee;

Nancefield Hostel Cedric's preferred lunch venue
Nancefield Hostel Cedric’s preferred lunch venue

Cedric will cover the following visit structure;

1:     Orlando East; the oldest official Township in Soweto; 1932 to 1935;

James Mpanza, the Father of Soweto

James Mpanza's History
James Mpanza’s History

A visit to a 90 year-old Matriarch of a family, and tents numbering sixteen accommodation units;

Orlando East 94 year-old Gogo, Matriarch to large group.
Orlando East 94 year-old Gogo, Matriarch to large group.

The Junk Shop, or the more polite, Hardware Store?

Soweto Tour, our favourite hardware store

2:    Sunvalley,

Bra Peter of SunValley
Bra Peter of SunValley our hidden history

3:    Kliptown, we will briefly look at the Freedom Charter Memorial, and Museum, our focus however is the Mandela Square informal sector, the Mandela Hideout in the Lollan Home, and TamatieVlei, a community on the river.

Mandela thanking Mrs Lollan for what she did for the struggle.
Mandela thanking Mrs Lollan for what she did for the struggle.
Soweto Tour the people
Soweto Tour

4:   We swing past the Oppenheimer Tour and Credo Mutwa Village;

Credo Mutwa
Credo Mutwa

5: A brief look at the tourist route, the 95% experience groups;

Soweto tour, Hector Pieterson museum
Soweto tour, Hector Pieterson museum

And then lunch and an early sundowner at the Nancefield Hostel, the closes that you would get to Africa, while in South Africa;

Nancefield Hostel, magic lunch venue
Nancefield Hostel, magic lunch venue

Cedric and Nettie de la Harpe

 

White Economy

White Economy, the Prosecutor dispels the myth that South Africa only has one economy, presenting the historical development by the English Coloniser, as they feared the ‘disastrous consequences for the whites, as well as the natives’ 

Economy

“Sirs, our New Democracy supports the defence in that it would like us to believe that there is no such thing as economic segregation. Our New Democracy would like us to believe that there is no such thing as a white economy, no such thing as a black economy, ‘there is only one economy’, we are all equal, we are all one.”

“There was a time when we were one economy, everyone was allowed to participate, but then the whites decided that they had the intelligence, the brains, the capitalist superiority, to own the economy, to protect our economy, and they defined the white economy.”

“We quote from ‘Capital & Labour in South Africa’ – By Du Toit;”

The Council of SABRA noted with concern the large measure of the integration of natives into the white economy, and is convinced that if this situation is allowed to continue, and develop further, it must necessarily have disastrous consequences for the whites, as well as the natives.

The council therefore pleads for the consistent application of the policy of separate development as the only satisfactory measure.

“The large measure of the integration of natives into the white economy, will cause disastrous consequences, this perception remains with us in our New Democracy, establishing controls to ensure that the uncontrolled influxes are controlled, to abide with our norms and standards.”

“The 1913 Native Land Act formalised the two economies, the capitalist economy requires access to ownership of land; the lack thereof results in a socialist economy.”

“Sirs, there was a time in our country when, although we were completely different, through very different eyes, we competed with one another for space, for the economy, a time when there was only one economy, a time where the market was restricted to the export market.”

“Minerals were always part of the world economy, agricultural needs always existed. Shooting animals for profit always existed, whether it was Rhino, Hippo, Elephant, they were hunted. Our indigenous black clans participated in this economy, even if we do not necessarily give them credit for participating.”

“Often social media will throw the perception that black chiefs are guilty of having sold their people into the slave market. Why should the huge profits have been restricted to the whites? The white slave trade identified the potential of buying from some black Chiefs, an asset that they owned through their culture. A debate that is maybe not important here is whether the white slave traders gave the Chiefs a false impression of how these slaves were going to be used. It was an evil business that brought great wealth to the slave traders, and represented great wealth to those who owned the slaves; this wealth would encourage the sale of slaves by some Chiefs.”

“However, these ‘slaves’ sold by the Chiefs, were, in terms of the African culture, ‘dogs of war’, prisoners taken in conflict. Baba Credo Mutwa tells that these ‘dogs of war’ as an asset to a Chief, could have been transferred, culturally, but always on the understanding that they would be returned to their original home when the dispute was settled.”

“This did not happen in the case of slaves that left our African shores.”

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Hidden Antipathy

Hidden Antipathy 

You may continue, Cedric.

“Members of the Jury, in order to present you with the impact of the economic segregation, it is my duty to present the ‘hidden antipathy’ that resides in our previously disadvantaged community.”

“Throughout the world, throughout history, no crime is addressed, if the victims, or potential victims, do not show antipathy to the crime, and encourage society to investigate and remedy.”

“The world has called for shame and prosecutions around the ‘holocaust’ and other genocide atrocities. We still call for prosecutions for World War II war crimes, seventy years later.”

“How do we rate the results of ‘economic segregation’ in our country, economic apartheid, initially introduced on a population of 4 million from 1870 to 1936, which we maintained through the period to 2016, a period during which this group were abused through restrictions, a population  now in excess of 40 million?”

“How do we compare the impact of the damage to the victims of our economic segregation, with the impact on the ‘victims and survivors’ of the ‘holocaust’?”

“Can I apply my mind to this comparison; I am not sure, thanks to the fact that our still disadvantaged community have no antipathy to me?”

“Why is there a hidden antipathy in our disadvantaged community?”

“Mainly because the white economy has the power to exclude the person who shows any antipathy towards the colonial capitalist coloniser, who still controls the wealth of the country.”

“As we produce the evidence today, we start with the period pre-1994, the period that started in 1976, and reached a peak by 1984 through to 1993. During this period, there appears to have been great antipathy towards the white regime, the abuse and atrocities that were being meted out by the white security forces, the white system.”

“This antipathy may not have been felt by the majority of the whites, but those in the Government, the security forces, the military, were very aware of the antipathy towards the abuse and atrocities.”

“Members of the Jury, we may not have seen the antipathy towards the white atrocities during the pre-1994 conflict, today, even the black who has ‘forgiven’ you, will acknowledge that they had antipathy towards the white atrocities pre-1994.”

“They are allowed to acknowledge that, we all celebrate that.”

“Members of the Jury, forget all the love that you have found since 1994, ask yourself whether it is possible for you to love your abuser; unless under duress?”

“The complainants are relying on the superior attitude of the defendants, to apply their understanding of how their children would feel, if they were on the receiving end.”

“How many of our previously advantaged children need to pretend today, in order to survive in their New Democracy?”

“This morning before I started my address, I would have told you that I felt no shame, now, having shared this with both the defendants, and the complainants, I have shame, I have anger.”

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Register and follow Consider the Verdict.

Summons Grand Theft Economy

Summons Grand Theft Economy

SUMMONS:

Issued By: Still disadvantaged South Africans.

MAIN CHARGE:  “Grand theft Economy” through Economic Segregation:

Alternate Charge:  Racism:  Apartheid:

ACCUSED: Persons who removed wealth from South Africa, through building their wealth, off any aspect, where the indigenous people, and their offspring, were excluded.

Trial Date: April 6, 2017.

Opening Statement:

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen of the jury.

My name is Cedric, and I’ll be the lead prosecutor in this case.

I have experienced life in the ‘complainants’ cage’, and thanks to the African Spirit forces, I have visited with areas of our heritage that opened my mind to the problems created historically.

You are now, part of the proceedings, where you will see and hear, evidence in the trial of persons throughout the world, who stand accused of ‘grand theft economy’.

For years you, and I, would have heard the defence’s side of the story, you will have been told a lot of things, whether you are from the white group, or the black group, you may already believe, that those accused of ‘grand theft economy’, have a good defence.

You’re going to be told that ‘grand theft economy’ is a victimless crime. You’re going to hear many sad stories about both black and white persons, often confusing you about who the victim is.

You’re going to find out that the victims are victims of circumstance.

You’re going to feel sorry for these persons.

Members of the Jury, at times you will feel part of the accused group, the complainants believe you are part of that group, but we leave you, the option to identify your position.

“This personal position is critical to keep uppermost in your mind, while following the evidence, I have briefly made a comment when we first met, and I wish to repeat it as part of the proceedings.”

We should be aware, ‘the assets and property of no person in our country, is secure in this state of uncertainty’.

Register and follow Consider the Verdict;

Kaalvoet Theory 4

KAALVOET THEORY

“SUPERIORITY Attitude” is the subtle essential defensive weapon, used by a member of a ‘minority group’ to protect the members’ position, in the members group, while protecting the members group, and all the groups above the member’s group.

“FILTERS OF THE MIND” the most powerful of society’s defensive weapons, is the ability to open certain Filters through repetition, allowing the receiver in the lower group, to believe the message without question.

As the weapon opens certain mind filters, so it closes the ‘contrary’ filter.

Only ninety percent of a person’s ‘filters of the mind’ open, this protects you from overflow of information that you do not need for survival, eventually your life survives on information from sources that have direct flow to you.

The filters of South Africa minds have two very distinct open / contrary  filters operating, and in order to come together, we need to tone down the flow though our traditional feed, and open the one to the contrary feed.

“SOCIAL COHESION”: a group is said to be in a state of cohesion when its members, possess bonds, linking them to one another, and to the group as a whole. 

“CHOICE”: I have a choice, is one of these messages fed through the filters of the minds, to the lower level by this defensive weapon, allowing the lesser advantaged, to believe their lives revolve around ‘It’s my choice’.

While the ‘still disadvantaged people, exercise the choices that I desire, they will never develop sufficient antipathy, towards what I did as a white, thus;

SHAME, GUILT, RESPONSIBILITY” as a South African white, I will never feel, mainly because I succeeded in removing the antipathy towards what I did, from the minds of the ‘still disadvantaged’ people.

Kaalvoet

Kaalvoet Theory 3

KAALVOET THEORY

“SUPERIORITY Attitude” is the subtle essential defensive weapon, used by a member of a ‘minority group’ to protect the members’ position, in the members group, while protecting the members group, and all the groups above the member’s group.

“FILTERS OF THE MIND” the most powerful of society’s defensive weapons, is the ability to open certain Filters through repetition, allowing the receiver in the lower group, to believe the message without question.

As the weapon opens certain mind filters, so it closes the ‘contrary’ filter.

Only ninety percent of a person’s ‘filters of the mind’ open, this protects you from overflow of information that you do not need for survival, eventually your life survives on information from sources that have direct flow to you.

The filters of South Africa minds have two very distinct open / contrary  filters operating, and in order to come together, we need to tone down the flow though our traditional feed, and open the one to the contrary feed.

“SOCIAL COHESION”: a group is said to be in a state of cohesion when its members, possess bonds, linking them to one another, and to the group as a whole. 

“CHOICE”: I have a choice, is one of these messages fed through the filters of the minds, to the lower level by this defensive weapon, allowing the lesser advantaged, to believe their lives revolve around ‘It’s my choice’.

While the ‘still disadvantaged people, exercise the choices that I desire, they will never develop sufficient antipathy, towards what I did as a white, thus;

SHAME, GUILT, RESPONSIBILITY” as a South African white, I will never feel, mainly because I succeeded in removing the antipathy towards what I did, from the minds of the ‘still disadvantaged’ people.

Kaalvoet

Kaalvoet Theory 2

KAALVOET THEORY

“SUPERIORITY Attitude” is the subtle essential defensive weapon, used by a member of a ‘minority group’ to protect the members’ position, in the members group, while protecting the members group, and all the groups above the member’s group.

“FILTERS OF THE MIND” the most powerful of society’s defensive weapons, is the ability to open certain Filters through repetition, allowing the receiver in the lower group, to believe the message without question.

As the weapon opens certain mind filters, so it closes the ‘contrary’ filter.

Only ninety percent of a person’s ‘filters of the mind’ open, this protects you from overflow of information that you do not need for survival, eventually your life survives on information from sources that have direct flow to you.

The filters of South Africa minds have two very distinct open / contrary  filters operating, and in order to come together, we need to tone down the flow though our traditional feed, and open the one to the contrary feed.

“SOCIAL COHESION”: a group is said to be in a state of cohesion when its members, possess bonds, linking them to one another, and to the group as a whole. 

“CHOICE”: I have a choice, is one of these messages fed through the filters of the minds, to the lower level by this defensive weapon, allowing the lesser advantaged, to believe their lives revolve around ‘It’s my choice’.

While the ‘still disadvantaged people, exercise the choices that I desire, they will never develop sufficient antipathy, towards what I did as a white, thus;

SHAME, GUILT, RESPONSIBILITY” as a South African white, I will never feel, mainly because I succeeded in removing the antipathy towards what I did, from the minds of the ‘still disadvantaged’ people.

Kaalvoet

KaalvoetTheory 1

Kaalvoet Theory 1

KAALVOET THEORY

“SUPERIORITY Attitude” is the subtle essential defensive weapon, used by a member of a ‘minority group’ to protect the members’ position, in the members group, while protecting the members group, and all the groups above the member’s group.

“FILTERS OF THE MIND” the most powerful of society’s defensive weapons, is the ability to open certain Filters through repetition, allowing the receiver in the lower group, to believe the message without question.

As the weapon opens certain mind filters, so it closes the ‘contrary’ filter.

Only ninety percent of a person’s ‘filters of the mind’ open, this protects you from overflow of information that you do not need for survival, eventually your life survives on information from sources that have direct flow to you.

The filters of South Africa minds have two very distinct open / contrary  filters operating, and in order to come together, we need to tone down the flow though our traditional feed, and open the one to the contrary feed.

“SOCIAL COHESION”: a group is said to be in a state of cohesion when its members, possess bonds, linking them to one another, and to the group as a whole. 

“CHOICE”: I have a choice, is one of these messages fed through the filters of the minds, to the lower level by this defensive weapon, allowing the lesser advantaged, to believe their lives revolve around ‘It’s my choice’.

While the ‘still disadvantaged people, exercise the choices that I desire, they will never develop sufficient antipathy, towards what I did as a white, thus;

SHAME, GUILT, RESPONSIBILITY” as a South African white, I will never feel, mainly because I succeeded in removing the antipathy towards what I did, from the minds of the ‘still disadvantaged’ people.

Kaalvoet

I support the evil of Populism

The two levels of Minority Rights

I support the evil of Populism, even though the world would like to decry the populist leader.

The  UbuntuFoodChain, is based on my belief that Land Reform is impossible in South Africa, unless we can free the ‘Food Chain’ from the elite. In the background to our drive, we have the very complex Human Rights protection of all minorities, which hides the most important minority protection, that of the elite group, who controls the majority of the world wealth.

For this reason I interrupt the regular posts, to get the ‘danger of populism’ off my chest, giving a reader insight into the fact that we know, just how big the problem is that we are challenging:

Donald Trump:

Watching from the shores of South Africa, I put all my money on a Trump victory, with eighteen months to go, to the election.

He was talking my language, when it comes to resurrecting the empty factory buildings, that stand as monuments in the USA, there are just as many of these monuments in South Africa.

We watched Industry close down in South Africa, during the late 1980s, we attributed it to the ‘white flight’ afraid of what the New Democracy will bring.

South Africa produced shoes, clothing, furniture, among other products, today, we import all these items, blaming the Chinese for killing our Industry, through labour abuse and cheap prices.

In 22 years, we have done nothing to re-establish Industry in South Africa, not only do we not bring manufacturing and employment to the South African, we continue to import ‘cheap goods’, including cheap chicken, causing our agricultural sector to retrogress.

As I follow the Trump protests, minority rights groups afraid of the threats, and these threats felt in South Africa, few supporters of Trump are found, completely overshadowing the need to feed our poverty group first, before protecting individuals and their minority rights.

I see this invasion of our Western Economy, very differently. The Asians were used by the ‘Western Colonising Capitalist’, to make greater profits through trading with the ‘cheap goods’, from the 1980s.

We, the ‘Western Block’ signatories to the Human Rights Declaration, do not want to be seen as labour abusers, our Colonial heritage, needs to be forgotten, we never did abuse black people. Instead, to achieve maximum profit, we take advantage of the huge profit potential, offered in the guise of the Asian economy, at the expense of the blue collar workers, finding employment.

The Asian & Muslim and African groups, controlled the worlds wealth pre-1400, then, from the ‘Age of Discovery’, the European countries drive to get around the horn of Africa, funded by the White Christian groups, accessed this wealth though Colonising Africa, bringing with it, xenophobia, racism, and Islamophobia.

The Colonisation process, following the 1948 Human Rights Declaration, related to Africa, is never mentioned.

Today, the power of the Asian and Muslim groups, is a threat to Western Economy, strangely thanks to the Western Capitalist, who from mid-1980s, elected to buy cheap items produced through child labour abuses, making greater profits, rather than protecting the job opportunities, of the majority.

Backed by the Asian groups, the Muslim Refugee groups are finding their space in the Western Economy, and even Donald Trump is feeling the impact on his pocket.

I support the evil of Populism.

The media and minority groups reaction to the Trump victory, has caused my mindset to move back and forth, keeping my mouth shut, reading and listening, researching, drafting, afraid to comment, as both black and white in South Africa, take the anti-Trump route, my social activism, goes through a period, during which I am only going through the motions, of driving the populist revolution.

My African spiritual force, directs me to break the shackles that hold me, the fear of being excluded from society, from the economy, through the perceived attack on the minority groups, the woman’s liberation, the supporters of the death penalty, the supporters of abortion, the gay rights activists, the disabled, the child, the prisoner, the Boer, and all of those that I have not respected, sufficiently, to identify in this blog.

Robert Sobukwe, when launching the PAC, April 6, 1959, made it very clear, that he did not support minority rights, as a minority right, never allows for a united country.

As the Brexit and Trump surprise results, shocks the world, I reflect on:

Prince Charles has this to say about the rise of many populist groups:

“The suffering doesn’t end when they arrive seeking refuge in a foreign land,” he said. “We are now seeing the rise of many populist groups across the world that are increasingly aggressive towards those who adhere to a minority faith.”

Populist attracts my attention, and also ‘minority faith’.

Minority faith on the surface looks confusing, is he referring to the numerous ‘minority rights’ groups that are protesting, fearing the direction of the new President?

No, I am of the opinion that he is concerned about his ‘minority faith’, the wealth that he worships.

My Google search also brings the following article into play;

Kenneth Roth,  Executive Director,  Human Rights Watch @kenroth

The Dangerous Rise of Populism;

Global Attacks on Human Rights Values

Populism;  support for the concerns of ordinary people;

This definition is too simple, it can’t possibly be what Kenneth Roth understands as ‘The Dangerous Rise of Populism’.

I Google again, and find this extract from a FORBES blog, hoping to give balance to my biased emotions;

What is populism?

There is disagreement on this point, but we can define it in broad terms. At the root of populist movements is a delineation between “normal folk” and “the elite.” For example, “We” are the people and “they” are the ones who cheat, control and subjugate us, along with their supporters. These concepts are impossible to define in clearer terms because they don’t reflect objective realities. More than anything else, the divide is grounded on identity and emotion that stem from making a sharp distinction between friend and enemy.

Here, the elite is defining Populism, exactly as described above,

support for the concerns of ordinary people;

What is the Human Rights issues, that the Human Rights Watch, Executive Director is warning us against? (Quotation in italics)

1:    Human rights exist to protect people from the government abuse and neglect. Rights limit what a state can do and impose obligations for how the state must act.

I accept this comment in its entirety;

2:    Yet today a new generation of populists is turning the protection on its head. Claiming to speak for ‘the people”, they treat rights as an impediment to their conception of the majority will, a needless obstacle to defending the nation from perceived threats and evils.

I will not comment on Trump, rather use Julius Malema, and the Populist South African calls from other leaders, their calls for ‘land invasion’ ‘mine and bank nationalisation’. According to Human Rights Watch, this is nothing more than these Populist leaders, conning the  concerned ordinary people, the majority, into voting for them, because, the elite know, the UN knows, these leaders will never be able to meet their promises, thus, the people will perceive government abuse and neglect, resulting in anger, and a potential revolution, against the elite.

3:    Instead of accepting rights as protecting everyone, they privilege the declared interests of the majority, encouraging people to adopt the dangerous belief that they will never themselves need to assert rights against an overreaching government claiming to act in their name. 

 When alleging that the Populist, is not accepting rights as protecting everyone, who is the South African Populist excluding?

In South Africa, those excluded from the Populist political calls for transformation, are the white minority, the property owners, the bankers, the shareholders of the conglomerates, the wealth of the World.

Therefore, this Populist drive is a great danger, the Populist leaders, without a structured plan, will never achieve the removal of the wealth from this group, resulting in the threat of a revolution, due to the failure of this ‘populist leader’, to meet their promises.

4:    This dangerous trend threatens to reverse the accomplishments of the modern human rights movement. 

In it’s early years, that movement was preoccupied with the atrocities of World War II and the repression associated with the Cold War. 

The United Nations Human Rights Movement, initially was, in my opinion, a ‘West versus Communist East’ movement. Setting standards of Human Rights, clearly defining the protection of the woman, children, race, gender, sexual orientation, and other minority groups, separating states into satellite groups, all protected from Abuse from their Government.

This Declaration will allow the powers of the Western block, to be able to attack any state, who did not comply with their definition of ‘Human Rights’, whether they were signatories or not.

Importantly, with regard to South Africa, is that they Abstained from signing the 1948 Human Rights Declaration, and Africa in general, as not part of the UN, did not participate.

South Africa’s Human Rights Abuses, between 1948 and 1990, was ignored, just as the Western block, presently ignores the Asian Labour Abuses, in the Interest of huge Profits, and wealth, generated by the Western Block.

The African and Pan African struggle for Freedom in South Africa, ended in a victory for Human Rights, and the 1948 UN Declaration of Human Rights, as the South African Constitution, brought the structure of Human Rights protection in our Constitution in 1996, that ensured the entrenchment of Economic Segregation, not seen as an abuse, by the United Nations.

Our Constitution, brought the ‘Minority Elite’ protection, protecting the wealth that the Coloniser had stolen, this minority right will be protected by all other minority groups, in the name of the UN Human Rights Declaration.

I question why, Africa, in general not signatories of the UN Human Rights Declaration, 1948, is not Governed and Judged by the;

AFRICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN AND PEOPLES’ RIGHTS

My answer is quite simple;

A change in our Constitution and local bye-laws, will free the wealth trapped and protected, by the UN Human Rights Declaration, 1948, which protect the minority elite, the hidden minority, who own the majority of the world, and manipulate all other minority groups, as they shout the message;

The Danger of Populism:

As they use the media to attempt to discredit the populist leaders, all minority rights are protected at the expense of the poverty, in the protection of the elite.

UbuntuFoodChain promotes changes to our Constitution, based on the “African Commission on Human and People’ Rights”, making special provision to permit the Food Chain to be freed from the control of the elite, and placed in the hands of the people.

This process will bring Land to the People, will bring economic freedom to all minority groups.

Cedric de la Harpe.

UbuntuFoodChain

Dear Eusebius an open letter;

January 24, 2017

Dear Eusebius,

Your discussions regarding the #GraceBibleChurch yesterday, requires me to make comment on two issues.

You know both my partner, Bheki Gumbi and myself, and that i have strong feelings about the damage done to our people, by the Coloniser.

Bheki Gumbi, a leader of a black religious group, has his principles regarding Gays in his community, and yesterday, the two of our were listening to your program, the two of us being driven further apart, as, in his eyes, I represent what the ‘New Democracy’ has brought to South Africa.

I needed to switch the car radio off, twelve years of honest interaction between Bheki and I, could not be sacrificed.

You comparisons with racism, has merit, maybe you will address the anti-white racism, where, although the white wealth is protected in our constitution, the rest of our minority rights, are not.

I refer you to two incidents;

1: White evicted from the WWPAC convention, for being white;

Here, a group of black PAC believers, evict me for ‘being white’.

2: A Keynote address by a Deputy Minister, that shook me, the white hate and racist comment that caused me to walk our of the convention.

The SAHRC ruled that “the Commission has therefore not been able to establish that the Respondent’s alleged statement constitutes hate speech, and thereby unjustifiably violated your rights to equality and dignity”.

Based on this ruling, it is my opinion that you should not adopt the role of the Commissioner, when addressing very delicate topics, that cause people to split into two camps.

Kind Regards

Cedric de la Harpe