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A black man in Africa

28 January 2014, 19:44
The black man in Africa is the only man in the world who is seen as violent whenever he fights for what's his. They are encouraged to sign peace declarations, which just continues to encourage the black to quiet every time a white men is taking all his wealth. 

The so called BEE shareholders in these companies' are just puppets paid to oppress the black on the ground and have that black suffering peacefully. These BEE's are there to teach the black on the ground to defenseless, that's what they mean by being peaceful. 

The BEE today knows that in order to make it in any industry where the white man rules, you just need to ditch your own feelings, concerns and the culture of being you in order for to blend in, because in their minds personifying the white men is seen as perfection. They are in fact the oppressors, economically or otherwise. 

When a black men raises his concerns, he's loud, uncivilized, Boisterous, low class, uncontrollable and lazy and yet these are the hardest working people in all industries. You don't see a white man paving the ground, digging in the mine or hanging on top of a 2 km building painting the wall (where does lazy come from. then). 

This is just another way of keeping a black down, making look stupid, snatching the confidence in soul. The black men is peaceful, he obedient and patient but the BEE with the powerful greedy over-wealthy few up there do not honor that or the promise they make to keep strikes down.

What is R 12 500 pm for a miner who spends hours 20 km underground? What is that to a company that gives one shareholder R 20 million every year? First of all the mines don't last forever, so to pay these hard workers high amounts is the only bite that will cut the bread.

Racism here is not an issue here, greed is. Unfairness is. Oppression is.
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