DAILYKENN.com -- The FW de Klerk Foundation asserted last week that black South Africans are far more violent and racist towards their white compatriots than vice versa, according to IOL.com.
The foundation appealed to South Africa's Human Rights Commission to address the crisis.
To support the contention 45 social media postings were noted that incite violence against white South Africans.
The foundation added: “An analysis of Facebook and Twitter messages shows that by far the most virulent and dangerous racism - expressed in the most extreme and violent language - has come from disaffected black South Africans.
“The messages are replete with threats to kill all whites - including children; to rape white women or to expel all whites from South Africa.”
It said these “hurtful racist remarks” were posted online after “recent racist remarks made by Penny Sparrow regarding black South Africans at beaches on New Year’s Day”. Sparrow’s comments were followed by others online by economist Chris Hart and radio presenter Gareth Cliff. IOL.com
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