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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Media who Endorse Boycotting 2010 World Cup & their Justifications...




The latest media outlet to support a call for a Boycott of the World Cup, is Richmark Sentinel's editor Michael Trapido. RS Boycott is in support of gay activists, who are objecting to South Africa's foreign policy to Uganda, with the particular demand that President Zuma withdraw the nomination of Jon Qwelane as Ambassador to Uganda:
As a result acts such as supporting President Robert Mugabe, suggesting Jon Qwelane for the post of Ugandan ambassador and refusing the Dalai Lama entry until after the World Cup occasion a backlash against this country and calls to boycott the World Cup.

The Richmark Sentinel was approached by gay activists who are calling for a boycott of the football tournament pursuant to a renowned homophobe being suggested as our representative to Uganda.

Other news outlets who have previously expressed their support for the Boycott of the World Cup, include, the New York Times and Eureka Street (AU), both on the issue of Mugabe and Zimbabwe; and South Africa's conspiracy of silence:
Maybe Zimbabwe should become to the South Africa-hosted World Cup what Tibet has been to the Beijing Olympics — the pungent albatross that spoils every press conference and mars every presentation with its insistent odor.

South Africa has forfeited the right to stage the 2010 football World Cup. By supporting and sustaining the holocaust unfolding in Zimbabwe, the Government has aligned itself with the ranks of evil. It is one thing to refuse to intervene when cruelty is rife in a neighbouring country, quite another to fuel it with sympathetic words, pathetic policies and required resources.
And the Huffington Post's David Wallechinsky called for a Boycott of the World Cup last year, in objection to the ANC's treatment of the Dalai Lama:
Last week, the government of South Africa, bowing to pressure from the Chinese Communist Party, barred the Dalai Lama from entering its country to attend a peace conference, and announced that he would not be allowed to visit South Africa until the 2010 World Cup was over.
Richmark Sentinel's boycott however does not extend to the massive diversion of funds to white elephant sports stadiums and fake 'feel good' psychological masturbation parties, which don't put food on the table for the poor, only caviar on the table for FIFA's media cronies:
The Richmark Sentinel is proudly South African and stands 100% behind our bid to host the world’s biggest sporting event.
It is accordingly understandable that journalists such as Andile Mngxitama, of the Sowetan are furious with the massive diversion of taxpayer funds, from education, safety and security for South Africans, diverted to safety and security for 'colonialist tourists', etc; who in his urgent calls for a Debate on Race, said:
This explains why we are hosting a shockingly expensive Soccer World Cup for the enrichment and enjoyment of whites. The debt of the World Cup is likely to be paid even by our children.


Boycott 2010 World Cup: Truth & Justice; or Secession?

South African foreign policy occasions calls for World Cup boycott

Michael Trapido, RichmarkSentinel
Saturday, January 23, 2010



“Facts do not cease to exist because they're ignored”
-- Aldous Huxley, Brave New World
[ZA Crime & Corruption]

The South African governments previous and ongoing insensitivity in matters of foreign policy reaches audiences far wider than they believe or perhaps anticipate.

As a result acts such as supporting President Robert Mugabe, suggesting Jon Qwelane for the post of Ugandan ambassador and refusing the Dalai Lama entry until after the World Cup occasion a backlash against this country and calls to boycott the World Cup.

The Richmark Sentinel was approached by gay activists who are calling for a boycott of the football tournament pursuant to a renowned homophobe being suggested as our representative to Uganda.

The fact that it is a crime to be gay or lesbian in 38 African countries does not sit well with the international community but giving tacit endorsement to Uganda’s lethal policies by sending them Qwelane is proving to be a step too far .

Upon further investigation it soon emerged that this is by no means the only area in respect of which our policies are attracting resentment.

The government’s decision to bar the Dalai Lama from entering South Africa in order to attend a peace conference, with further confirmation that he would not be allowed to visit until the 2010 World Cup was over drew no less criticizm than that of David Wallechinsky of the Huffington Post.

“I would never call for an athletes' boycott of the World Cup; but for spectators, that's another story.

If the president of South Africa, Kgalema Motlanthe, wants to grovel at the feet of Hu Jintao and the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party, that's his choice. But if the Dalai Lama has to wait until the World Cup is over before he visits South Africa, I guess I can wait until then too.”

There are even some like Australian journalist Peter Roebuck who go a step further and suggest that South Africa has no right to host the World Cup as a result of their policies on Zimbabwe.

“South Africa has forfeited the right to stage the 2010 football World Cup. By supporting and sustaining the holocaust unfolding in Zimbabwe, the Government has aligned itself with the ranks of evil. It is one thing to refuse to intervene when cruelty is rife in a neighbouring country, quite another to fuel it with sympathetic words, pathetic policies and required resources.”

The Richmark Sentinel is proudly South African and stands 100% behind our bid to host the world’s biggest sporting event.

It would however serve the government well to factor in the resentment and bitterness they are causing when they make these sometimes startling decisions.

» » » » [Richmark Sentinel (PDF)]




Blog in USA Calls for Boycott of World Cup 2010 in South Africa

Melanie Nathan, Richmark Sentinel
Tuesday, January 26, 2010



“In the last 15 years, over 45 000 Afrikaners have been murdered and over 90 000 Afrikaner women have been raped. How can a you have a World Cup Soccer event in a country where one of its minority groups are being exterminated?” asks Bittereinder Boer, at his Boycott 2010 World Cup South Africa Facebook Cause

African Anti-Gay Hate is spreading rapidly- When South Africa – “the new South Africa” starts disgorging its own all inclusive Constitution – purporting a return to ‘Africanism’– guess whose head is on the chopping block -Mr. and Mr. Gay and Mrs. and Mrs. Lesbian – not to forget the rest -BTQI -!

Sorry guys but I was that activist making the initial call (via www.lezgetreal.com) to Boycott the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. This was after zero ZUMA statement in response to the hate Gay Bill in Uganda and the ultimate chutzpah in his appointment of Jon Qwelane, a known gay hater to the position of ambassador to Uganda.

I know that to you South African readers it may seem as if I am running toward the goal, about to score an ‘own goal;’ But I am willing to take that risk. I also know that only a “kick in the b.a.l.l.s.” will wake you up over there!

This is a critical time for South Africans to take a lead role against oppression in Africa – to stand up for what Nelson Mandela and the ANC represented to so many of us. BUT what do you do- you place Qwelane, a known anti gay writer, like piranha to foot , into the very cesspool of pre- genocidal scape-goating.

I am not afraid to say it and it is going to go viral that unless President Zuma takes a lead role in defending the International Declaration of Human Rights, his own constitutional integrity and immediately withdraw his appointment of Jon Qwelane, we will boycott the World Cup 2010.

Now while this may seem like a threat, indeed it is just that. You see while you are all engrossed in your passion, soccer, and world cup mania, the lives of your fellow Africans are at stake, or at least threatened for now! Even though the death sentence part of the Bill has been scrapped, thanks to the efforts of US Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, the bill still provides for a life sentence to be imposed on homosexuals and those failing to report them. How much closer can you get to
Hitler-land than that!

Remember how you liked the idea of sanctions against the Afrikaner dominant Party's regime and how well it worked to bring about those final apartheid hours? Now you will be sanctioned in the same way, this time for your perceived hypocrisy. Each and every one of you, regardless of how you personally feel about homosexuality, regardless of your religion and of your cultural heritage, shall be complicit in the passing of the Uganda Bill and its consequences, through your failure to URGE your elected officials and President to at least make a good faith noise about this outrage. That is why I would have no compunction in calling this boycott.

All you have to make a stink about is 2 things:
  1. President, Zuma- uphold your constitutional oath- speak out against gay hate and tell UGANDA to withdraw its Hate Bill completely – Sign on to the UN Chief, Pillay’s request ;
  2. President Zuma – pull Qwelane now!


Send me all the hate mail you want – it is not going to save any lives! Here is my email for your pleasure.. melnathan@comcast.net . Melanie Nathan.

» » » » [Richmark Sentinel (PDF)]




Staying Away from South Africa's World Cup

David Wallechinsky, Huffington Post
Posted March 30, 2009 | 08:59 AM (EST)



“In the last 15 years, over 45 000 Afrikaners have been murdered and over 90 000 Afrikaner women have been raped. How can a you have a World Cup Soccer event in a country where one of its minority groups are being exterminated?” asks Bittereinder Boer, at his Boycott 2010 World Cup South Africa Facebook Cause

Last week, the government of South Africa, bowing to pressure from the Chinese Communist Party, barred the Dalai Lama from entering its country to attend a peace conference, and announced that he would not be allowed to visit South Africa until the 2010 World Cup was over.

Many South Africans were outraged by this decision. Archbishop Desmond Tutu said he was "ashamed," and even a member of the South African cabinet, Health Minister Barbara Hogan, called on the government "to apologize to the citizens of this country, because it is in your name that this great man...has been denied access."

I attended the last four World Cups: in the United States, in France, in Japan and in Germany. I was looking forward to going to South Africa for next year's World Cup, particularly as it would have been my first visit to the country. I have been warned repeatedly that many of South Africa's major cities have serious crime problems, but everyone I have ever known who has visited South Africa has spoken highly of the South African people. I was about to join the ticket lottery online when I learned of the South African government's decision. Now I have decided to stay home and watch the matches on television.

As an American, it made me gag when Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, on February 21, told reporters that the Obama administration would not let the issue of Chinese human rights abuses "interfere with the global economic crisis, the global climate change crisis and the security crisis." But at least no U.S. government has banned the Dalai Lama from entering the United States. In fact, President George W. Bush even personally and publicly presented the Dalai Lama with the Congressional Gold Medal.

I would never call for an athletes' boycott of the World Cup; but for spectators, that's another story. If the president of South Africa, Kgalema Motlanthe, wants to grovel at the feet of Hu Jintao and the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party, that's his choice. But if the Dalai Lama has to wait until the World Cup is over before he visits South Africa, I guess I can wait until then too.

» » » » [Huffington Post (PDF)]




South Africa no longer deserves to host 2010 World Cup

Peter Roebuck, EurekaStreet.au
April 16, 2007



“Lingering concerns that some stadiums will become empty shells that are a burden to taxpayers have threatened to take the shine off government plans to leave a meaningful post-tournament legacy. In September Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said the government faced a 2.3 billion rand ($307 million) shortfall for six new stadiums.”
[Fahrenheit 2010; Feature documentary, by Craig Tanner]

South Africa has forfeited the right to stage the 2010 football World Cup. By supporting and sustaining the holocaust unfolding in Zimbabwe, the Government has aligned itself with the ranks of evil. It is one thing to refuse to intervene when cruelty is rife in a neighbouring country, quite another to fuel it with sympathetic words, pathetic policies and required resources. President Mbeki has repeatedly defended his friend in Zimbabwe at international meetings and before his electorate.

Doubtless he is protecting his left flank, but his refusal to condemn Mugabe's murderous regime and willingness to supply it with free electricity, fuel and food used for political purposes paints him as either a knave or a fool. At best he has fallen under the spell of a cunning man prepared to kill every enemy and to destroy the country in his charge in order to sustain his invidious regime.

It is inconceivable that a prestigious football event can be held in a country that holds hands with wickedness, a country trying to turn back the human tide of misery that pours in every day from Zimbabwe, risking the crocodiles in the Limpopo and the guards at Beit bridge, in a desperate attempt not so much to find a better life as to survive another week. Nor are these refugees merely the flotsam and jetsam of a floundering nation. Many of them are teachers, bankers and other professionals reduced to despair by an engineered economic collapse. Meanwhile the African National Congress (ANC) claims it cannot interfere in the affairs of another state, an opinion that thankfully does not extend to Darfur or the Democratic Republic of Congo. Everyone pretends that recent elections in Zimbabwe were legitimate. Of course it is a lie.

Nor is there any sign of improvement. Last week Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) said that it supported the government and people of Zimbabwe. Astonishingly the 'leaders' concerned managed to keep a straight face whilst uttering these oxymoronic words. The Zimbabewean government and people have been at war for 6 years. Mbeki was appointed as mediator between the SADC and Zanu PF. It is an astonishing choice. Mugabe has been running rings around him for years.

An intimate and moving film charting the Campbell family's extraordinary courage in the face of Mugabe's relentless campaign of state-sanctioned terror.
[Mugabe & the White African]

Accordingly Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has no choice but to find a new location for the tournament. Some argue that sport and politics must be kept apart, holding them partly responsbile for the current collapse in sporting ethics. However the ANC cannot complain. Indeed, they argued strongly in favour of sport and politics being brought together whilst trying to bring apartheid to its knees. Presented with the current barbarism in Zimbabwe they will surely understand the outrage and the conviction that sporting links must be broken not just with Zimbabwe but also with its closest ally. After all, the point of boycotts is to make an impact. Mugabe stopped caring about anything except himself a long time ago. South Africa cares about its position in the world, and its role in Africa.

President Mbeki and his cohorts must accept some of the blame for a viciousness designed to keep a sick and spiteful old man in power. Mbeki has bought into the anti-colonial furphy. Doubtless he is contemplating some distant vision of an African renaissance but millions are dying or fleeing and a fine country is turning into a cesspit. Mbeki's influence is clear. He has persuaded Mugabe to hold the next Presidential election in 2008 and not 2010 in order to avoid clashing with the World Cup.

Mbeki's discrete diplomacy has been a dismal failure and his reputation has not survived his association with the old warhorse to the north. The common man came to him and was met with aristocratic disdain. He says that he feels Zimbabwe's pain. It is not Zimbabwe that is in pain, but the men and women who have been betrayed by its ruler.

Brutality is rife in Zimbabwe. Mugabe will kill and scare as many opponents as he can before the 2008 elections and will then argue that the vote was not rigged. Recently 15 men and one woman bashed Sekai Holland, a brave woman protesting about her government. Her beating, carried out by drug-crazed youths supported by the dreaded and ubiquitous CIO, was merely the latest example of the nastiness of the regime Just in case the rage expressed in this column seems too raw let me quote from the latest medical report on this indomitable woman:

"Sekai has had further operations to put pins and a plate in her broken arm, they have reset her broken leg (that had pins and plate inserted in Harare), and has had skin grafting on one leg to repair flesh destroyed by a whip used by her torturers. She is in excellent spirits in spite of her injuries, knowing what an impact this appalling brutality has had on the outside world, and that she faced down the 15 men and one woman who brutalised her without once begging for mercy."

Bear in mind that Sekai Holland's case is known because she is known. Imagine what is happening to the more obscure of God's creations who speak out against tyranny. Recently a journalist was abducted and killed. Another was sacked for asking an awkward question at a press conference. Opposition activists are being hunted down by CIO agents driving around in cars, hiding behind dark glasses, consumed by evil, pouncing upon those daring to defy tyranny. Local outrage is needed. Sometimes it is heard, though seldom on the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) which has become a tame mouthpiece of the government. Meanwhile inflation rages, starvation and sickness are widespread, repressives rule and Africa fiddles. And it is all Mr Blair's fault? Mugabe has been in power for 27 years.

The only course of action available to the rest of the world is to take the World Cup away from South Africa. Otherwise the grim prospect will be faced of an educated, warm, fundamentally decent people being forced back across the border to face further savagery even as Brazil and France play the beautiful game in a well furnished stadium. It is situation intolerable to those those who care more about humanity than political theory, those who refuse to be misled by silver tongues and demagoguery. It is a state of affairs inconceivable to those who care about sport.

» » » » [Eureka Street (PDF)]




Soccer 1, Mugabe 0

Peter Godwin, New York Times
Published: June 24, 2008



Image: Grady White, NY Times

IN these last few weeks, the full nature of Robert Mugabe’s repressive regime in Zimbabwe has been cruelly exposed. With his increasingly brazen resort to torture and hit squads to terrorize his own people, Mr. Mugabe has crossed a moral line. Some United Nations lawyers now say there is enough evidence to charge him with crimes against humanity.

Morgan Tsvangirai, the leader of the Movement for Democratic Change and Mr. Mugabe’s opponent in Friday’s runoff presidential election, had little choice but to pull out of the race. (Mr. Tsvangirai has taken refuge in the Dutch embassy in Harare.) Proceeding with elections would have ensured the murder of even more of his supporters. Any middle ground in this conflict has disappeared.

Standing amid the ruins of Zimbabwe looms the vacillating, dithering, morally compromised figure of Thabo Mbeki, the president of South Africa — hitherto the point man in the region — who was supposed to help ensure a free and fair outcome in the Zimbabwean election. Even at this late stage, with death squads on the move, Mr. Mbeki is still trying to persuade the Movement for Democratic Change to participate as a junior partner in some sort of Kenya-style unity government.

» » » » [Excerpt: New York Times (PDF)]

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» » [The secret race war in South Africa that threatens to overshadow the World Cup]
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ETV's Controversial Interview: 2010 World Cup vs Criminals



An interview with the two self-styled criminals on the private television channel eTV caused uproar with both Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa and Commissioner Bheki Cele condemning the station.
[Black African Criminals document Racially Motivated Death Threats to 'Colonialists (White)' World Cup Fans; televised on ETV News.. , via Nation of Cowards]

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