Media Matters Slams 'Far-Right' Journalists For Covering Anti-White Racism In South AfricaChris Menahan
Mar. 07, 2018
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Covering the growing epidemic of anti-white racism in South Africa is racist, so says David Brock's Media Matters.
"Far-right activists and trolls have seized on proposals to expropriate land from South Africa's white minority (including Dutch-descended 'Afrikaners' and other people of European descent) to advance a myth of so-called white genocide," Media Matters tweeted on Tuesday.
They linked to an article titled, "Far-right activists are teaming up with South African white supremacists," which shows an illustration of Lauren Southern and Katie Hopkins.
As they were busy writing this piece, the leader of South Africa's Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema, was giving a speech about how his party is "cutting the throat of whiteness."
Judging by the responses to Media Matter's tweet, their article isn't going over very well.
According to Media Matters... yes, yes, it is.
There's no way to spin this other than an endorsement of EFF communist leader Julius Malema and his plan to "cut the throat of whiteness." Malema was the driving force behind the push for land expropriation.
This guy nailed it:
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