We at SBPDL went on record that a Nelson Mandela death prior to the 2010 World Cup would ruin the chances of a successful futbol (soccer) tournament in that downtrodden nation.
But two months away from the first kick, soccer fans everywhere are counting down the moments until their beloved nations compete for the FIFA World Cup Championship from the haven for criminality or, the nation of South Africa.
SBPDL has been reading the unworthy tome A Country at War With Itself: South Africa's Crisis of Crime, and were it not for our knowledge of the racial makeup of the nation the reader would be unaware that the crime is committed almost entirely by the liberated Black people. The writer rarely discusses race is in book, hoping the reader still maintains the view of South Africa as depicted in Lethal Weapon 2.
The author assiduously avoids mentioning the unmentionable and seemingly immutable bond between crime and race, inadvertently denying the reader the knowledge that Black people have turned the once relatively peaceful South Africa into a nation that even John Carpenter would have grave difficulty having Snake Plissken escape from in one piece.
South Africa will host the 2010 World Cup, but it will also continue to be host to a murder rate of nearly 50 people per day. Compound that shockingly high murder rate with the influx of hundreds of thousands of tourists sporting cash and other tangible goods on their person and we at SBPDL expect a 30 - 50 percent increase in the murder rate during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa (already, soccer fans from countries participating in the World Cup are afraid of the crime rate and will stay at home in droves, denying a major economic impact to not only merchants in South Africa, but looters and muggers as well, not to mention prostitutes).
Two recent stories showcase life under Black rule in South Africa. One, includes the war against White farmers that the African National Congress (ANC) has been waging since the takeover (handover) of that nation in 1994:
The Times Online of the London mentions the song Shoot the Boer, and yet another story discusses the egregious refusal of the ruling Black people to denounce the signing of this song, only further fanning the flames of racial violence by the ruling Black people against the dwindling white population whose ancestors dared to build a nation out of the wilderness of Africa:
THE gunmen walked silently through the orchard. Skirting a row of burnt-out tyres, set ablaze months earlier to keep the budding fruit from freezing, they drew their old .38 revolvers.
Inside his farmhouse Pieter Cillier, 57, slept with his 14-year-old daughter Nikki at his side. His 12-year-old son JD was having a sleepover with two teenagers in an adjoining room.
As the intruders broke in, the farmer woke. He rushed to stop them, only to be shot twice in the chest.
In his death throes he would have seen his killers and then his children standing over him, screaming and crying.
The attackers, who were drug addicts, simply disappeared into the night. Cillier’s murder, at Christmas, was barely reported in the local press. It was, after all, everyday news.
Death has stalked South Africa’s white farmers for years. The number murdered since the end of apartheid in 1994 has passed 3,000.
In neighbouring Zimbabwe, a campaign of intimidation that began in 2000 has driven more than 4,000 commercial farmers off their land, but has left fewer than two dozen dead.
The vulnerability felt by South Africa’s 40,000 remaining white farmers intensified earlier this month when Julius Malema, head of the African National Congress’s (ANC’s) youth league, opened a public rally by singing Dubula Ibhunu, or Shoot the Boer, an apartheid-era anthem, that was banned by the high court last week.
The World Cup will be a failure (here is a great, balanced, website about crime in South Africa). If Mandela dies before or during the World Cup, "Kill the Boer" could become "Kill any White Devil" in the country.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's ruling party on Tuesday defended the singing of an apartheid-era song with the words "Kill the Boer" in a row that has raised fears of increasing racial polarisation.
The African National Congress dismissed a ruling by a regional high court last week that uttering or publishing the words would amount to hate speech and violate the constitution put in place after the end of white minority rule.
"These songs cannot be regarded as hate speech or unconstitutional," ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe told a news conference. "Any judgment that describes them as such is impractical and unimplementable."
The recent singing of the song by firebrand ANC youth wing leader Julius Malema, who argues that black South Africans have not benefited enough from 16 years of democracy, drew anger from whites and other minority groups.
The lyrics of the song, sung in Zulu, translate as "kill the farmer, kill the Boer", referring to the former ruling white minority.
"Most people realise that this is a struggle song but many whites cannot help but feel that they are being targeted," said Marius Roodt a researcher at the South African Institute of Race Relations.
"The ANC needs to be sympathetic to the feelings of minorities especially if there is a perception created that they endorse inflammatory statements.
President Jacob Zuma has repeatedly stressed the importance of reconciliation in what became known as the "Rainbow Nation" after the relatively peaceful transition from apartheid.
Black people in not just America, but around the world must understand the serious implications of what a disastrous World Cup in Post-Apartheid, Black-run South Africa will mean: Black people are incapable of running anything significant; from a county in America (like Jefferson or Clayton); to a city (like Detroit); or to a nation they earned by killing every white person on the island (like Haiti); to a simple sporting event.
Sports create the idea of equality through the vast inequality of the athletes participating in the games. White people receive positive images of Black people and thus, Black people are allowed to participate in a society that would otherwise reject them.
For the sake of the future of Black Run America (BRA), the World Cup must be moved from South Africa. If not, be prepared for the destruction of the egalitarian myth that holds together this nation (and world) with the strength of badly stretched rubber band.
It's almost ready to rip apart. The World Cup in South Africa will supply the final amount of pressure necessary to cause it to break apart forever.
If Mandela passes away then "Kill the Boer" will transpire, and yet the spirit of Epic Beard Man will manifest itself with righteous indignation across the globe.
Again, SBPDL encourages the cancellation of the World Cup from the unsafe cities and stadiums of South Africa.
If not, the irony of the sporting world destroying the fragile world order it helped create will not be lost (see the film Invictus and any American movie made about race and sport).
See here where South African President Jacob Zuma assures fears of the South African World Cup are misguided.
See here where HIV will explode during the Cup.