'F**k White People' Art Poster Is Not Racist, South African Court RulesChris Menahan
Jul. 06, 2017
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An "art poster" plastered on the wall of Iziko South African National Gallery which says "F*ck white people" repeatedly is not racist or hate speech, according to a Cape Town magistrate's court.
A Cape Town magistrate's court has ruled that an art poster with the words F*ck White People scrawled all over it is not racist or that it amounts hate speech since it seeks to address the problems caused by a white-dominated society.
“For reasons I have already given, in my understanding of Hutton, I am unable to find that what they said amounts to advocacy of hatred of [and] for White South Africans based on their race, which hatred constitutes incitement to cause harm,” the Mail and Guardian quoted Thulare as saying in his ruling.
“What we must strive for is complete dismantling of the systems of power that keep white people racist”, the Mail and Guardian reported Hutton as saying. The art student added that while some white people may be offended by the poster, they should “Learn to f*ck the white in you, too”.This is who we're dealing with here:
That's pretty much the only SFW picture I can find of this creature.
The dwindling white minority in South Africa is literally being genocided and has been forced to live in enclosed compounds and provide for their own protection with private police. Shockingly, they're not getting any special treatment, despite being "minorities."
A group called the Suidlanders is currently touring the US asking for donations to help the white minority prepare for a civil war as one of the leading new parties is openly calling for "all whites to be slaughtered."
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