White students were forced to barricade themselves in a classroom white black 'zombies' rampaged across the campus of what we presume to be Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
The black zombies were heard shouting, "All white people get out or else we will kill you."
We can't help but wonder the state in which black South Africans would find themselves were whites to leave and take their technologies with them.
The mainstream Marxist media ignored the abject racist hatred and focused, instead, on students protesting proposed tuition hikes.
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CAPE TOWN –The situation at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) has descended into violence in the past hour, with protesting students damaging property and looting buildings at the Bellville campus.
Hundreds of students gathered at the institution as part of the nationwide Fees Must Fall protests.
In 1921 white residents of Tulsa responded to
black rascality with force after an armed black mob
descended on the courthouse.
Management has shut down the campus and police are keeping an eye on the demonstrators.
Earlier students vandalised the institution's Bellville Administration Building.
Scores of students have been protesting against fee hikes.
The #FeesMustFall Campaign has seen a number of tertiary institutions come to a standstill this week as students protest against proposed tuition fee hikes.
The protests are to show university management that there must be a zero percent increase to next year’s fees and an end to exorbitant increases to tuition fees.
Thousands of protesting students from the University of Cape Town (UCT) and the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) descended on Parliament in Cape Town on Wednesday afternoon ahead of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene medium term budget policy statement (MTBPS).
The students forced their way though Parliament's gates. Stun grenades were fired as students forced their way into the Parliamentary precinct.
Black students swarm South Africa's parliament
Earlier, the students burned tyres outside the building, as public order policing dressed in riot gear looked on from behind a police line.
ANC MP Loyiso Mpumlwana was seen chatting with some student leaders outside Parliament, who, with their peers, were heard shouting "Down with 6%, down with fees, down".
The chants were in reference to the deal struck by Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande and university vice chancellors on Tuesday after a marathon meeting in the Mother City, where they agreed fee increases for 2016 would be capped at 6%.
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