17 February 2016
By Mike Smith
18th of February 2016
Yesterday the black rampage at the University of Cape Town continued. It was a full on chimpout by the university’s beloved Noble Savages they nursed all these years.
Historical art and pictures of white people were burned. Slogans screaming “Fuck white people” and “Fuck black exclusion” were spray painted all over campus. A Jammie-shuttle bus providing free transport for students was burned out along with cars. The Vice Chancelor, Max Price’s, office was fire bombed.
UCT protest chaos in pictures
Amongst the eight people arrested was the “underprivileged” son of millionaire Brian Molefe, CEO of Eskom. Itumeleng Molefe arrested at UCT
Brain Molefe’s salary and full remunerations are R15million a year
The ironic thing here is that the perpetrators are all privileged blacks, when in fact it should have been done by underprivileged whites.
“Fuck black exclusion”???
I had to laugh when I saw that. UCT has an extreme racist policy of WHITE EXCLUSION. If anything whites should be on the rampage seeing that they are fully in their right to protest unjust policies and laws that discriminate against them.
Bar still raised for white students
But UCT is not the only university. In the four years from 2005 to 2009, all four universities in the Western Cape (UCT, UWC, CPUT and US) radically increased the percentage of black students accepted and decreased the percentage of white and coloured students admitted.
Not only that. Under the Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) laws, Companies dealing with UCT are scored based on the quota of black ownership, senior managers, training, as well as suppliers. These scores then translate into their ability to compete for tenders.
Further, under the Affirmative Action (AA) laws, UCT operates a quota system policy for hiring and promotion of lecturers and admin staff. Positions will be left unfilled if the appropriate demographic candidate cannot be recruited, even if another qualified person is available.
They made the biggest mistake any authority can make when faced with protests: They caved in to #RhodesMustFall and therefore created expectations.
P.W. Botha made the same mistake when he created the Tri-cameral parliament by including Coloureds and Indians. What did it bring him? Protests in the townships, including coloured townships, INCREASED, not decreased.
When you study revolutions everywhere, French, Russian, South African, Egyptian, etc...you will see that the moment the guys in authority make concessions, want to negotiate and give in to demands, they have lost. They raise expectations and the protests increase until everything is burned to the ground and anarchy reigns. Same with UCT.
UCT should never have started with any racist policies let alone cave in to black racists, but yes...liberals always know better. If UCT burns to the ground...check the worry in my eye.
Update: ”There is extreme hatred of whites” – UCT student