September 24, 2015

#CulturalGenocide: #Afrikaans language under ATTACK: Remove Die Stem (Afrikaans version) from the National Anthem – EFF

FILE PICTURE: EFF national spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi. (Photo by Gallo Images / Sowetan / Tsheko Kabasia)
FILE PICTURE: EFF national spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi
The EFF has again called for an excerpt of Die Stem (Afrikaans version) to be cut from the National Anthem.
In a statement to mark Heritage Day, the party’s national spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said Die Stem was a heritage of oppression and indignity.
“It is a song of oppressors, racists and mass murderers. Nkosi Sikelela must be sang in the same way as our people did when they were praying for a land free from oppression during colonial and apartheid years,” said Ndlozi.
“National anthems are songs of collective pride and we cannot be proud of the songs of mass murderous regimes,” said Ndlozi.
He said all colonial and apartheid symbols which still occupied places of prominence must also be removed.
This included the statue of Louis Botha and Queen Victoria in parliament.
In addition, one of the country’s biggest international tourist destination, the Kruger National Park, must be renamed.
This was because “Kruger was a colonial racist who engineered and presided over the Boer Republic that was a foundation for apartheid systems,” Ndlozi said.
“There must be no public celebration and valuation of racists who presided over the oppression and mass murder of the black majority. If South African heritage is to be given any dignity land must be redistributed and all colonial and apartheid symbols must fall,” he said, http://citizen.co.za/785546/die-stem-should-be-cut-from-the-national-anthem-eff/#.VgPAfaX_BBA.twitter


Also read:

● How to Spot Truth in the Sea of Lies, Rumors, and Myths of APARTHEID in South Africa  Myths told about South Africa under apartheid


● Legally there is nothing wrong with singing Die Stem

Here is Die Stem and below it Mandela singing about killing whites. You tell me which one is more offensive to whom. 


This is NOT a “struggle song” — the Cabinet during the struggle was made up of Boers — this is a MODERN song
Zuma sing "shoot the Boers & EFF leader Julius Malema in full swing: