Monday, June 7, 2010

The South African World Cup: A Real Life "District 9" Situation

It starts in but four days. Once, this website dared point out similarities between the movie District 9 and Haiti.

We were wrong... South Africa is District 9.

One reader of this website asked why we spend so much time talking about South Africa and the World Cup. The answer is the same reason we discuss Detroit, Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Newark, Chicago and any city in the United States that represents the future... now.

Whitopia's represent a dream, a glimpse at what can't be for much longer. South Africa represents your future and it will be replicated in every corner of the so-called western world.

Consider, the United States ambassador to South Africa warning for Americans traveling to the World Cup:
The U.S. ambassador to South Africa downplayed the State Department's crime alert to Americans attending the World Cup.

Ambassador Donald Gips, wearing a U.S. national team road jersey, attended Sunday's American training session, which was watched by several hundred vuvuzela-blowing children brought by youth groups partnering with the embassy.

"There is no new concern about violence," Gips said on the side of the field. "South Africa does have a crime problem that they're addressing, and we want to make sure Americans are aware of that and stay in places that are safe."

On May 27, the State Department cautioned U.S. citizens in South Africa attending the World Cup to keep car doors and windows locked while driving and not to leave valuables in plain view or to wear expensive jewelry.

"Criminal activity, including violent crime, is prevalent throughout the country," the department said.

Gips said South Africa had to progress from its past.

"It is a country that is coming from the legacy of apartheid," he said. "In the 15 or 16 years since it's been a free democracy, they've made huge strides, but it's a very difficult legacy to overcome. So there are still problems that need to be addressed."

The shelf life for blaming Apartheid for continuous misrule by the Black government in the new South Africa is up. Indeed, the crime rate soared when Black people gained the freedom to act with the impetuous nature of the aliens in District 9, only when the Apartheid government fell to the thunderous applause of the international community.

The nation that Black people were handed in 1994 was a first world power with nuclear weapons, some of the finest cities, soundest infrastructure and a model for rule of law (no better metaphor for the hand over from white rule to Black can be found then Ponte City).

Crime, a horrible reality in post-apartheid South Africa, was kept in check by the only methodology that could possibly return order to America's major cities: the will to survive. However, that was long ago replaced with a desire to live a peaceful, preparatory extinction phase in the safety of Whitopia's, only delaying that haunting inevitability.

Like the aliens in District 9
, the only reason Black people were able to reproduce with such fecundity was due to the benevolence of the host population:

At the start of the year 1900, the number of African South Africans was found to be 3,5-million according to the British colonial government census. By 1954, our African population had soared to 8,5-million — and by 1990, there were a full 35-million of us — all carefully managed, closely policed, counted, shunted around in homelands and townships — and all of us chafing and griping under the suppressive yoke of the Afrikaner Broederbond’s rigid racial segregation system.

During apartheid, our population grew apace however because we also had the benefit of the Broers’ medical knowledge and their excellent agricultural skills.

Our population growth and our average life expectancy in fact showed us Africans in South Africa to be in better than average health when compared to other Africans on the rest of the continent: in the decades prior to the official policy of apartheid, (which was started in 1948), the average life expectancy of African South Africans was only 38 years.

However, during the last decade of the apartheid era from 1948 to 1994, our average life expectancy had risen to 64 years — on a par with Europe’s average life expectancy. Moreover, our infant death rates had by then also been reduced from 174 to 55 infant deaths per thousand, higher than Europe’s, but considerably lower than the rest of the African continent’s.

Now, so-called brutal methods for dealing with the rising crime in South Africa can only be achieved through re-introducing Apartheid-era police tactics:

With one of the highest homicide rates in the world, South Africa has been struggling for years to reduce the violence. Next year's FIFA World Cup soccer tournament has increased the pressure for action, amid fears that a major crime could taint the event.

So desperate is the African National Congress government to cut crime that it has been willing to water down post-apartheid-era laws that made it illegal for police to shoot to kill when pursuing fleeing suspects.

The apartheid-era police force was feared and distrusted, and now surveys indicate eroding confidence in the contemporary force, due in large part to corruption and the frequent reluctance of police to act on crime reports or visit crime scenes. Wealthy suburbs are policed by "24-hour rapid response" private security squads and farmers volunteer for rural patrols.

The Financial Times is wrong: In a recent article, that magazine claims the slide into the abyss is far from certain for South Africa. Wrong, as the overwhelming evidence of money spent protecting the fans coming to enjoy "the beautiful game" in South Africa attests.

We will continue to post stories about South Africa (remember, we are only 2 posts into our 7 part series on the South African World Cup), for no more important event in the history of the world has the ability showcase the falsity of egalitarianism like this sporting contest (save a careful reading of world history).

Perhaps if the International community had not imposed a sports boycott on South Africa prior to Black rule in 1994, a peaceful and monumental World Cup could have been held in that nation long before 2010.

Alas, that scenario is the stuff dreams are made of.

Now you understand why the World Cup must covered with the same ferocity of a London Tabloid (God Bless The Daily Star) at this website.

We might not like soccer and find it insipid to watch, but only in dreams could a scenario unfold like the one we will soon see in South Africa.

Regular posts will continue, but detailed looks at the World Cup will become much more frequent.

This world we live in is due to the power transformative power of sports, and through this same power will it finally end.

Haiti isn't District 9. South Africa is though, and the World Cup will show the so-called civilized world that truth.

Remember: one game changes everything.

This World Cup was forced on South Africa by Disingenuous White Liberals within FIFA, at a time of great unrest with the Black governments performance in that nation - not to mention the murder of a man who could have led a civil war against the ANC in 1994 happening but two months ago.

If SBPDL was in the film Inception, this would be the scenario extracted from any dream dreamed.

This is why the World Cup will be kicked around a little longer at SBPDL.


Anonymous said...

A lot of blacks think when Whites become a minority (now predicted in 2042) they will suddenly achieve some kind of Utopian state. In reality they will be worse of then ever.

Anonymous said...

Let’s face it: integration is a complete failure for both Whites and Blacks. Everyone is unhappy with the results. Whites do not want to be anywhere around the blacks. Wealthy whites (liberals) voluntarily segregate from them because they are financially able. Other whites are forced to live among the blacks because the government mandated it. Many people at the time of this policy change, knew this was a major mistake. It would not work. Yet they were forced to go along with this plan. Like communism, on paper to some, it seemed like a good idea. In practicality a disaster! Everyone says it in private, but is afraid to say it in public because of the Red Guard of political correctness.
The reason SBPDL is silenced is not because they speak falsely, but because they speak the truth. This is because if SBPDL spoke falsehoods, their own words can be used against them; while if they speak truly, there is nothing which can be used against them -- except force.

Anonymous said...

7 entries on the World Cup is way too many. It's already getting stale to read about.

It's in Africa, but it's so heavily financed by FIFA and tourists that it is in effect white-run.

Yes, you will see a few chimpouts like when the Nigerian soccer fans just stampeeded the ticket gates for an exhibition game and injured 15 South Africans (look it up, it just happened) but overall the World Cup just isn't worth the effort.

Hardly anybody who reads this follows soccer and it there is the off chance that you could be wrong in your predictions of colossal failure since you are writing about future events whereas all the other articles are written after the fact of the event in question.

Look, I love your blog and black people are obviously savages but 7 articles is too much for one topic. Plus, you need to write after the fact or they read like pre-game scripts before football games (i.e. filler to hype something up... in this case "anti-hype")

Stick to flashmobs and maybe do a feature on Ice Cube's selling out to white america. There's stuff to cover but black people can't "not like" something they won't watch or care about in the slightest (the World Cup).

Anonymous said...

"The shelf life for blaming Apartheid for continuous misrule by the Black government in the new South Africa is up."

I disagree. If the blacks in SA play their cards right they could easily milk this for another 40 to 50 years. Just look at how blacks in America blame their problems on the legacies of segregation and slavery. Slavery ended 145 years ago!

But I don't think white South Africans will will stick around much longer so it is probably a moot point.

Great article though, this one reminded me of why I like SBPDL so much. Razor sharp commentary and hilarious irony. Keep em' coming.

Anonymous said...

They tried to pull this same smoke and mirrors charade in Atlanta for the Olympics in 1996. Unfortunately they forgot to look in the mayor's office! lol.

Anonymous said...

Love the footage of the cop in the truck working that shotgun,.....beautiful

Fayette White Guy said...

Keep up the great work! Love the entries, each and every one.

I just can't wait for the actual World Cup to be over. I can't stand soccer...

I hope the scenarios you're laying out don't come to fruition, but I can definitely see it being the case. At any rate, a lot of people are going to be victimized by black South Africans, that I can guarantee. And yet the DWLs will continue to praise post-apartheid South Africa.

Like I said, keep up the good work!

Lime Lite said...

SBPDL - keep these posts coming. You do a good job of exposing the truth. I also don't care about soccer but it could just as well be about any sports - it's the message that counts and how people will sell their soul to be PC.

Jack Burton said...

Notice the language of the blacks there, "we are waiting for the government to give us houses."

Hey, Tin Can Town is an upgrade from Mud Hut Town.