Category Archives: International

Watch: Stefan Molyneux – Facts on the current state of South Africa

The mere mention of South Africa in a discussion provokes deep images of institutional racism, discrimination and horrific violence.

Stefan Molyneux

Stefan Molyneux

I’m Offended by this Potato!!!

TRIGGER WARNING: during a discussion earlier today, someone posted this meme, I suppose in an effort to make light of the perpetual outrage and offense that permeates our culture these days. But I think, instead, this heartless and callous individual only demonstrated the need for the PC police.

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THIS WEEK’S GUEST: JACK SEN – Say the wrong word… you’re politically dead… or, worse. Don’t miss this riveting interview!

We pull no punches in this hour long interview with Jack Sen, Activist, and the consequences of what happened to Jack Sen have direct implications for what can happen to you if you decide to stand up to Global Communists.

Intellectual elitists, each more equal than you, populate media, beaurocracies, massive corporations seeking to flatten competition and governments.

SA is sinking deeper into violence red zone

Increases in violent crime and protests have resulted in South Africa sliding down 14 places on the Global Peace Index.

The cost of violence to the South African economy, says the index, is the 21st-highest in the world and the 43rd-highest per capita. File photo Image by: STR / AFP

The cost of violence to the South African economy, says the index, is the 21st-highest in the world and the 43rd-highest per capita. File photo
Image by: STR / AFP

Sudan’s Bashir leaves South Africa despite court order

President’s plane leaves South Africa as court continues to hear case on whether he should be arrested.

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Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir came to South Africa for the AU Summit in Sandton, Johannesburg [AP]

FIFA scandal: Blatter’s deputy ‘paid £6.5m in bribes to FIX South Africa’s World Cup bid’

THE DEPUTY of Fifa president Sepp Blatter allegedly paid £6.5 million in bribes to a football official who was arrested last week.

Jerome Valcke reportedly made the payments in 2008

Jerome Valcke reportedly made the payments in 2008

Jerome Valcke, the secretary general of Fifa, reportedly ordered the money to be wired into accounts controlled by former vice-president Jack Warner.

How the left and radical Islam are working toward the same ends in the West

Just a couple days ago two radical Jihadist “known-wolves” living in Phoenix drove 1,000 miles to Garland, Texas; locked and loaded, to commit mayhem on a free speech event featuring a contest for cartoonists to draw Muhammad, a forbidden act in Islam.

Breaking News – Boko Haram is in Zimabwe en Route to South Africa – Ziminsider

Zimbabwe’s Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) has communicated an intelligence report that says the Nigerian militant group Boko Haram is in Zimbabwe en route to South Africa.

Boko Haram - Nigeria

Boko Haram – Nigeria

Bogus SA cops rob Zim visitors – Bus Hijack horror

Zimbabwe travellers on an Intercape bus were held up and robbed by armed men “dressed as police” near Hammanskraal, Gauteng, before dawn on Tuesday.

UNDER ATTACK: Hundreds of foreign nationals wait by their belongings before boarding buses heading back to Zimbabwe from a temporary refugee camp in Chatsworth, south of Durban on Sunday. (AFP)

UNDER ATTACK: Hundreds of foreign nationals wait by their belongings before boarding buses heading back to Zimbabwe from a temporary refugee camp in Chatsworth, south of Durban on Sunday. (AFP)

We live here legally, say foreigners

Tegan Scales heard the fears and frustrations of ordinary men and women, many with small children, living in a refugee camp.

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Policemen and Enforce Security officials crowd the entrance of a city-owned property at the end of a quiet road in Greenwood Park’s residential area.