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Who Is Helen Zille: Biography, Wiki, Racist Cartoons – The School Teacher That Want To Bring Back Slavery


Who Is Helen Zille

Thoughtful Massages Shared On Social Because Hellen Zille’s Comments on slavery

Helen Zille spews racist crap about Africans & pretend to be shocked when people react, aim is to gaslight; The purpose is to normalise the racist diatribe by claiming those calling it out are “fake outraged”; She’s trying to create space for her & her kind to be racist freely.

“She is trying to trivialise land dispossession of Africans by painting every black man as rapist of white women; Apartheid was systematic&benefited all whites,there’s no system of rape Africans created for whites, in fact any African accused of such gets highest sentence”. said by one of tweeps

Black people have been subjected to poverty in Africa since the arrival of white people until now…the wealth blacks lives under strict conditions to deny that fact to rainbow nation hence they know the truth white people have never been good to us. They even changed our culture.

That same massage could have been conveyed in a more thoughtful and dignified manner considerate of the pain caused by apartheid and land disposition, coming from a leader, this is disgraceful but what do u care about the many suffering of blacks still evident todate

Social Because Hellen Zille’s Comments on slavery

Helen Zille spews racist crap about Africans & pretend to be shocked when people react, aim is to gaslight; The purpose is to normalise the racist diatribe by claiming those calling it out are “fake outraged”; She’s trying to create space for her & her kind to be racist freely.

“She is trying to trivialise land dispossession of Africans by painting every black man as rapist of white women; Apartheid was systematic&benefited all whites,there’s no system of rape Africans created for whites, in fact any African accused of such gets highest sentence”. said by one of tweeps

Black people have been subjected to poverty in Africa since the arrival of white people until now…the wealth blacks lives under strict conditions to deny that fact to rainbow nation hence they know the truth white people have never been good to us. They even changed our culture.

That same massage could have been conveyed in a more thoughtful and dignified manner considerate of the pain caused by apartheid and land disposition, coming from a leader, this is disgraceful but what do u care about the many suffering of blacks still evident to date.

Stop tweeting Helen. Your tweets are more often than not, irresponsible, insensitive and border of ‘white supremacist arrogance’. Cease and desist! – Fulela Wenetha

The cartoon isn’t anti-racist by any stretch of the definition of anti-racism. Settlers, their descendants, refugees escaping from the holocaust and their descendants who are accused of land theft are all “White” in it’s loose construction. – Chukwuerukeh Okumbor @chukwuerukeh

Ronkedoor @Ronkedoor10

Apartheid was not about hate, it was about whites protecting themselves, unfortunately it had unintended negative consequences.
Most of the relations between Voortekkers and Nguni tribes were peaceful, you don’t know this because only the bad incidents are reported on.

Read Her Story Below!!

Helen Zille found herself trending on Twitter on Monday morning after sparking yet another controversy on the platform by sharing a cartoon by cartoonist Jeremy ‘Jerm’ Nell.

The cartoon depicts a man in Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) regalia – it is unclear whether it is meant to be party leader Julius Malema or just any member of the party – talking to a white person.

“You should give back the land you stole,” says the EFF member.

“You should be jailed for raping my wife!” the white person responds.

“But I didn’t do that,” says the EFF member.

“Exactly,” the white person responds.

“This aptly captures the fallacy and racism behind race generalisations,” wrote Zille by way of a caption.

The cartoon, however, caused outrage.

Multiple users interpreted the cartoon – and Zille’s decision to share it – as implying that “all black people are rapists”.

Zille has strongly denied this, with the apparent intention of the cartoon being to use an analogy to show how accusing all white people of having stolen land is the same as accusing all black people of a crime they did not commit, with rape used as an example.

She has responded to several users who read the cartoon as a generalisation regarding black men and rape by questioning their “comprehension skills” and accusing some users of wilfully misunderstanding her.

Commenting on the backlash, she told The Citizen: “It is to be expected from the woke mob, but it is still astounding. Anyone with basic comprehension would see I posted a tweet to show how WRONG and HATEFUL all race-based generalisations are.

“To then accuse me of making race-based generalisations can have only two explanations. 1) Either the problem of reading-for-meaning is worse than we thought or 2) this is just wilful misrepresentation. I suspect the latter. Entrenching a culture of outraged victimhood is the pre-occupation of a growing number of social media users,” she said.

The Citizen has reached out to the cartoonist and will update this article with his comment once received.

Zille has been the source of outrage on Twitter before, most recently with controversial tweets on the topic of “black privilege” in May this year.

Before this, her views on colonialism landed in hot water back in March 2017, when the former DA leader tweeted: “For those claiming legacy of colonialism was ONLY negative, think of our independent judiciary, transport infrastructure, piped water etc.”

Despite the scathing response she received on Twitter at the time, Zille continued to justify her view, making further reference to “specialised health care and medication”, which she said would not have been possible without the “colonial influence”.

After an uproar, she apologised “unreservedly for a tweet that may have come across as a defence of colonialism”.

She has, however, since suggested that the outrage surrounding her tweet was driven by “fake accounts, bots and sockpuppets, driven by a kind of Bell Pottinger network”.

The DA took disciplinary action against Zille due to the tweet, with federal chairperson James Selfe telling News24 in April 2017 that she had been charged “with having broadly brought the party into disrepute and damaging the party”.

This resulted in Zille being suspended from participation in party activities, although she has since been elected to the important position of the party’s federal council chairperson.

She has repeated her view that the legacy of colonialism is not solely negative on Twitter several times since, most recently saying that “the very concept of a state is a legacy of colonialism” in April this year.

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