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Lulu Xingwana: Young Afrikaner men & Calvinistism = violence

February 27, 2013 in Gender Violence, South Africa


Really- the way you made this comment means that I will have to post on slavery and colonialism – the social-economic systems that once made South Africa the capital of family members, and yes these were Afrikaner families, and Paarl the world capital for teen pregnancies and Uitsig-Elsis River the worlds capital for non HIV-Aids related TB.

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Lulu Xingwana blames Young

     Afrikaner  men and their

Calvinist religion for violence

Yesterday, 22:22  earthwalker

The civil rights organisation AfriForum is considering bringing a complaint of discrimination before the Equality Court against the Minister of Women, Children and People with Disabilities, Lulu Xingwana, after she remarked on an Australian news programme that young Afrikaners and their Calvinistic faith should be blamed for violence against women and children in South Africa.

Xingwana made the remarks yesterday on the Australian news channel ABC News:

“Young Afrikaner men are brought up in the Calvinist religion believing that they own a woman, they own a child, they own everything and therefore they can take that life because they own it….”

“Xingwana’s remarks boil down to a blatant contravention of various sections of the Promotion of Equality and the Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act,” said Ernst Roets, Deputy CEO of AfriForum. She has discriminated on the basis of race, faith and gender. On top of that, she clearly lacks the necessary expertise to talk knowledgably on the topic.”

AfriForum has already submitted the matter to its legal team.

Click here for the interview Lulu had on ABC news Australia:…as-gun/4539450

Yesterday, 22:23 earthwalker

Re: Lulu Xingwana blames Young Afrikaner men and their Calvinist religion for violence

Lulu Xingwana’s latest corruption and theft exploits http://mikesmithspoliticalcommentary…ption-and.html

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