The ANC’s black supremacist Radical Economic Transformation (RET) group in Gauteng, linked to Jacob Zuma, has condemned bulk buying by the mainly minority white South Africans, even though photographic evidence (pictured) suggests blacks are just as busy stocking up, to prepare & practice social distancing. Yet at the same time the ANC in Gauteng is accused of handing out soap in black areas only…
After Ramaphosa declared a national disaster due to the coronavirus, many went out on shopping sprees to stock up, in order to limit trips to the shop and stay at home, to prevent catching or spreading the virus. As a result some goods went out of stock and shop owners increased prices. One shop in Florida, JHB increased the price of masks from R10 to R50 overnight and prices of sanitiser around Johannesburg also went up before going out of stock, however this was a global phenomenon in response to the CoronaVirus and many have been stocking up long in advance, with the less prepared having to “panic buy”.
RET’s representatives Carl Niehaus and Sibusiso Hadebe said companies owned by “white monopoly capital” were exploiting the crisis to make money from the poor. They also called “on the minority of mainly white South Africans, who have the financial means to indulge selfishly in bulk buying and food hoarding to desist from doing so.”
They suggested “We will only be able to overcome the scourge of the coronavirus when we unite and live out our common humanity in the manner that we care for each other as fellow South Africans,” yet the Gauteng ANC, MEC and the National Government seems not to think we are all equal and has been accused by the Patriot for Minorities group, for providing precautionary materials and measures against the CoronaVirus in black areas only!
In a press release the Patriot for Minorities group said it is obvious that minority groups such as white and coloured people are largely ignored and that little or no precautionary measures are taken in the poorer sections of these minority groups. The group said they were aware that the Gauteng government was distributing soap, but to date has not distributed any virus combating materials among white, coloured or Indian residential areas.
They say it proves that white and brown lives are not on the majority black government’s priority list and that they are concerned about our elderly and young children and demand that white and coloured communities also be protected. They challenged the Premier of Gauteng, David Makhura, to provide examples of the Gauteng government helping white and coloured communities to combat the virus. “The next few weeks will show if the ANC are really concerned about all South Africans and not just the black majority,” they said.
Meanwhile the racebaiting ANC’s RET group went further and criticized the ANC government and ANC headquarters for using sanitisers, soaps, masks and other goods procured from white-owned companies. They were concerned that products and services from Bidvest and its subsidiaries were “disproportionately procured”.
“We demand that our ANC, as the governing party, must ensure all the products required to protect our people from exposure to the coronavirus must be procured from companies that are genuinely black owned,” they said.
However when it comes to safety and preventing the spread of the COVID-19 Virus we are sure most people will not look at the colour of money… not that anything has stopped black businesses from setting up and manufacturing things, quite the contrary, blacks have received more handouts than any other generation ever, and it is white businesses that are being institutionally and structurally oppressed and excluded from the market in many areas…