Saturday, 13 August 2011

White Race Tax

Archbishop Desmond Tutu has proposed that a “wealth tax” be imposed on all white South Africans.
And that he hopes whites would “agitate” to have it imposed upon themselves.

In the same speech he also blamed Apartheid for violent crime, murder and rape saying it stemmed from “self-hatred” caused by Apartheid.

He went on to also blame Apartheid for littering:
“Our parents were poor but our surroundings were scrupulously clean because apartheid had not yet done its pernicious work.”

Likewise, dangerous driving and road deaths were also blamed on Apartheid:
“We show it in how we drive recklessly, inconsiderately, aggressively because deep down we are angry, and so, the appalling carnage on our roads during the holidays, horrendous statistics, we just accept.”

He said he had originally proposed the racial tax on whites when he was presiding over the 'Truth and Reconciliation Commission' (TRC)

He gave an example of how it could be implemented:
“It could be quite piffling, maybe 1 percent of their stock exchange holdings. It's nothing.” 

And now after 17 years of ANC rule and 20 years since Apartheid has ended, he calls on a racial “wealth tax” to once again be enforced against whites in perpetuity.

This is the same man who at the TRC hearings, repeatedly called on whites to accept “collective guilt” for Apartheid.
The same principle that medieval Christians used against the Jews for killing Jesus in order to justify their persecution of the Jews.
Likewise it was the same principle the Nazi's used in order to exterminate the Jews.

The concept of “collective guilt” has been responsible for every single mass genocide in human history.
The massacres in Rwanda, the mass-killings of the civil wars in the old Yugoslavian states and the murders of thousands of white farmers in South Africa all stem from so-called 'collective guilt'.

'Collective guilt' does not distinguish from individuals, their age, or whether they are individually innocent or if they even had any involvement.
Everyone is guilty. 
And everyone must pay for the actions of their ancestors.

Yet this 'man of God' readily and happily applies a concept that has led to genocide, civil-war and wide-scale massacres.

Tutu preaches collective guilt, yet he does not believe in accepting responsibility for one's own actions.

As a clergyman, maybe he'll recognise these words:

"How can you say to your brother, 'Brother, let me take the speck out of your eye,' when you yourself fail to see the plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye."

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