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South Africa averages a somewhat higher number of total murders each year than the U.S., despite the U.S. having 5.5 times as many people. So you might think that South Africans would have a lot of local violence to think about without getting too worked up over local police blotter items in the U.S., but the fascination of winning an American-sized BLM Ghetto Lottery payout is currently obsessing South Africans too. From the New York Times news section:

A Police Shooting in Hawaii Has South Africans Demanding Justice

A Black man from South Africa was shot and killed in an encounter with the police in his adopted home, Hawaii. His countrymen want answers.

By Lynsey Chutel and Michelle Broder Van Dyke
May 15, 2021

JOHANNESBURG — A plane from Honolulu landed in Johannesburg earlier this month and offloaded a plastic-wrapped coffin carrying the body of Lindani Myeni, a South African rugby player, aspiring singer and father.

In the airport’s cargo terminal, a youth contingent from the African National Congress party waved a “Black Lives Matter” banner emblazoned with his smiling face. His widow, Lindsay Myeni, a white American from Hawaii, cradled their 6-month-old daughter and kept watch over their 2-year-old son, while Mr. Myeni’s South African family held onto one another in grief.

Mr. Myeni, 29, died in Honolulu after he was shot in a confrontation with the police outside a suburban house he had inexplicably entered, and then left,

Home invasion has been renamed “inexplicably entering.”

on the night of April 14. Unarmed, he was wearing a traditional Zulu headband with a tuft of fur at the forehead and, his wife later discovered, he had left his shoes in his car.

In the United States, this police shooting of a Black man they described as a burglary suspect did not make national news. But in South Africa, it has become a cause célèbre, intensifying both criticism of racism in the United States and a feeling of solidarity with African-Americans.

Media outlets in South Africa broadcast Mr. Myeni’s funeral and replayed the harrowing 911 call that captured his death. It begins with a terrified woman reporting an intruder and police officers arriving at the house. It ends with the sound of gunshots.

The outrage over Mr. Myeni’s death comes as South Africa struggles with violence by its own police officers. Last summer, South Africans joined in Black Lives Matter protests, condemning police brutality in their own country and the failure to prosecute wrongful killings.

By the way, which race is in charge of South Africa anyway?

But the publicized deaths of Africans at the hands of American police officers have touched a special nerve here. Mr. Myeni’s name is invoked alongside those of other victims including Amadou Diallo, a Guinean immigrant killed in New York in 1999; Ousmane Zongo, an immigrant from Burkina Faso killed in New York in 2003; and Alfred Olango, a refugee from Uganda killed in California in 2016.

“It is a sad indictment on Americans that their country continues to be associated with the senseless murder of Black people,” said Nonhlanhla Khoza, an African National Congress member who is an official in Mr. Myeni’s home province, KwaZulu-Natal.

… On their drive back, they stopped at a roadside woodcarver’s shack. There, Mr. Myeni became fixated on a large wooden fish hook, which the carver told them had once been used a weapon of war, but also offered spiritual protection. At $250, it was too expensive for them, but Mr. Myeni was taken with it.

“Even when we went home,” Ms. Myeni recalled, “he just said: ‘I feel like I need spiritual protection. Can we go please go back and get the hook?’”

Feeling uneasy, she said, Mr. Myeni went for a drive to clear his head.

At 8:09 that evening, the Honolulu Police Department received a frantic call from a woman in Nuʻuanu, a tree-lined neighborhood of historic buildings near downtown Honolulu.

“Someone entering my house,” the caller said.

“Do you know who they are?” asked the 911 operator.

“He says he’s Linden, he’s a South African,” the woman responded.

The operator asked if the man has “any weapons in his hands, like guns, bats, or sticks?” and the caller replied “no.”

In the nine-minute, 47-second call, the woman sounds increasingly distraught, and two men can be heard talking in the background. The police arrived after five minutes, by which point Mr. Myeni appears to have left the house.

“That’s him!” the woman told the officers.

In body cam footage released by the police, the woman can be seen pointing to Mr. Myeni as the officers approached him and shouted: “Get on the ground! Get on the ground now!”

Mr. Myeni shouted back either “Why? Why?” or “Who are you?” twice. The audio is muddled.

After a struggle, four shots are heard — and only then a shout: “Police!”

At a news conference two days later, Acting Deputy Chief Allan Nagata said three officers had responded to what they believed to be a burglary. They used Tasers on the suspect but were unable to subdue him, he said. All three officers were injured in the altercation and had to be hospitalized, the department said.

Taser, the miracle weapon that never fails.

“They were very brave and they fought for their lives,” Mr. Nagata said. “I was very impressed with what they did. They didn’t shoot or discharge the firearm right away. This was not a case of overreaction.”

… At a previous memorial service, the dais was draped in black, green and gold — the colors of the African National Congress. Sihle Zikalala, the premier of the province, rattled off statistics on police killings in the United States and called out the names of the dead: Michael Brown, Walter Scott, Eric Garner, Rodney King, Lindani Myeni.

“What is even more tragic is that these deaths of Black people at the hands of white police go largely unpunished,” Mr. Zikalal said.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mail ran a much more vivid story four weeks ago:

Bodycam footage shows moment ‘gentle Zulu prince’, 29, who once appeared on South Africa Idol is shot dead by cops after entering random home in Honolulu, taking his shoes off and acting ‘odd’
Lindani Myeni, a married father-of-two from the Zulu Kingdom in South Africa, was shot and killed Wednesday evening by Honolulu Police officers
The shooting took place during an apparent home invasion incident in Nuuanu
Police said the black man, who lived nearby, had followed a woman into her home, took off his shoes and exhibited ‘odd’ behavior
The cops fired four shots at Myeni and he was taken to hospital where he died
Myeni’s family say his actions may have been the result of cultural differences
His American wife Lindsay said in the Zulu Kingdom it is customary to go into ‘anyone’s home’ and taking off his shoes was a mark of respect
By LAUREN FRUEN and RACHEL SHARP FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 09:55 EDT, 18 April 2021 | UPDATED: 10:38 EDT, 18 April 2021

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Police bodycam footage shows the moment a Zulu ‘prince’ who once appeared on South Africa Idol was shot dead by cops during burglary call at a Hawaii home.

Lindani Myeni, a married father-of-two from South Africa, was killed Wednesday evening by Honolulu police officers in the Nuuanu neighborhood.

Officials have released clips from two of the three bodycams worn by cops from the night of the incident; a third was not activated during the struggle.

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The clips released show three gunshots rang out before an officer says, ‘police.’

Police had said Myeni, who is black, ‘charged’ at two officers with a third cop arriving and deploying their taser before gun shots were fired.

Acting Deputy Chief Allan Nagata acknowledged police did not initially identify themselves but said: ‘They were in the fight for their lives. They were very brave. They didn’t shoot or discharge the firearm right away. This was not a case of overreaction.’

‘They didn’t identify themselves, but hey, let’s be honest. They’re in uniform, right? They’re coming there with the police cars. Although it is dark, it’s pretty clear.’

Myeni had assaulted the officers, punching one of them until the officer briefly lost consciousness, Nagata said.

He had entered a home, sat down and took off his shoes, prompting the scared occupants to dial the police, Chief Susan Ballard said Thursday.

 
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  1. Dave Pinsen says: • Website

    Somewhat related:

    • LOL: Jim Christian
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  2. Currahee says:

    “Mr. Myeni’s name is invoked alongside those of other victims including Amadou Diallo, a Guinean immigrant killed in New York in 1999; Ousmane Zongo, an immigrant from Burkina Faso killed in New York in 2003; and Alfred Olango, a refugee from Uganda killed in California in 2016.”

    Might I suggest staying safely at home?

  3. Anonymous[161] • Disclaimer says:

    God, American police just can’t stop fucking up. They’re like those stubborn black bitches behind the wheel of that Uber driver’s car who just mindlessly crashed it and killed him. No mental faculties whatsoever.

    Seriously, American police are costing this country more in riots and controversy than they are in stopping crime. Black guy steals cigarettes? Cops stubbornly hold him down for 9 minutes until he dies, riots ensue and billions of dollars are lost. Moral of the story? Just let people steal $10 worth of cigarettes.

    We have got to get these guns out of the hands of cops and reduce the police force sizes. Stop acting like a dainty bitch and tolerate a little crime for fuck’s sake. That’s what people used to do back in the 1970s before we had all these professionalized cops. Used to be you wouldn’t call the police for minor shit like this because a.) they wouldn’t come out for it and b.) people weren’t cheapskate ethnik shopkeepers back then. Used to be, you could just go to a convenience store and ask the cashier for a cig, and they’d give it to you for free.

    The real cause of all this controversy isn’t black people’s crimes, but ethnik and modern white people (mixed ethnic) being stubborn and cheap. The police are not here to protect your filthy cigarettes, you lowlife pieces of shit.

  4. Hockamaw says:

    “a suburban house he had inexplicably entered”

    Unbelievable. You can’t even satirize that level of mendacity.

    • Replies: @Anon
  5. “aspiring singer”.

  6. I’ve seen part of Shaka Zulu on youtube, I think. Anyone who performs an Inexplicable Entrance to my house wearing Zulu clothes is likely to get a shot in his center of mass. The cops, white or black – it doesn’t matter, don’t need to get involved until the morning.

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
  7. South Africa averages a somewhat higher number of total murders each year than the U.S., despite the U.S. having 5.5 times as many people.

    Russia and Brazil have a combined population about that of the U.S. Brazil far surpasses us in homicides, and Russia kept pace until recently.

    Number of recorded homicides and attempted homicides in Russia from 2000 to 2020

    Number of homicides in Brazil from 2006 to 2018

  8. he had left his shoes in his car.

    Anton Chigurh would be proud!

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
  9. Charlotte says:

    The NYT seems to have forgotten to mention the couple renting the Airbnb have the last name of Wang. Also, Myeni was on top of the cop who shot him, punching him, according to the Daily Mail. His It’s amazing how the NYT keeps getting scooped like this!

    The attorney for Myeni family is making noise about suing the couple and the homeowner—apparently it’s racial discrimination in public accommodation to call the police over a random black man following a woman into her rental and refusing to leave for at least 4 minutes. I doubt that lawsuit is going anywhere, but perhaps the idea is to shake down the insurance company.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  10. Seneca44 says:

    “Myeli’s name is invoked alongside those of other victims including Amadou Diallo, a Guinean immigrant killed in New York in 1999; Ousmane Zongo, an immigrant from Burkina Faso killed in New York in 2003; and Alfred Olango, a refugee from Uganda killed in California in 2016”

    In 22 years for a country of 330+ million, 4 such deaths are probably statistically rarer than what might be expected. How many aAfricans were killed by such things as choking on steak in the US during that period?

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @bgates
  11. Anon[448] • Disclaimer says:

    Breaking and entering has been renamed “inexplicably entering.”

    Don’t forget that subsequently to the entering he then emanated from the premises.

    • Replies: @Mr. Grey
  12. vhrm says:

    Breaking and entering has been renamed “inexplicably entering.”

    Maybe you have more info, but as far as i’ve read on this case it’s not at all clear what was up with this guy. To me it appears he was having some sort of mental episode.
    His statement earlier that day that he felt he needed spiritual protection also suggests he was feeling off in some way.

    Given the beatdown he delivered the shooting seems reasonable to me, and almost certainly legal.

    A thing of interest is the 911 call. It is hard to understate how frightened the woman making the call sounds:
    https://www.staradvertiser.com/2021/04/30/hawaii-news/honolulu-police-release-recording-of-911-call-that-preceded-fatal-shooting-of-lindani-myeni/

  13. Anon[516] • Disclaimer says:

    OT

    I have somehow become infected with what I’m sure is a “trope” or “stereotype” that blacks seem to not be as affected by Tasers as whites are. I just seem to remember lots of stories where blacks are Tasered, and while sparks are shooting out of their nappy heads they turn around and attack the cop. Anyway, in Googling on this topic, I learned about a a new form of white supremacy bigotry: superhumanization bias. This is a major subject of research it seems. It also seems like a good example of projection.

    The present research provides the first systematic empirical investigation into superhumanization, the attribution of supernatural, extrasensory, and magical mental and physical qualities to humans…. superhumanization of Blacks predicts denial of pain to Black versus White targets.

    hundreds of participants were tasked with connecting a man’s face to body size, the potential harm a man could inflict, and whether use of force against that man would be justified in case of an altercation.

    Another study finds that black boys are perceived by whites to be larger and more adult than average … which in fact they are, as their example of Michael Brown shows.

  14. Anon[431] • Disclaimer says:

    He may well have been trying to say hi or something of the sort. Burglars don’t take their shoes off and introduce themselves and state their country of origin. The fact that he was a large black man in the dark with a South African accent showing up at the door of someone who instinctively feared blacks probably didn’t work in his favor. A little Zulu headband isn’t quite Shaka Zulu dress though,

    The fact that he and his (white American) wife moved to Hawaii (which for South Africans is akin to paradise and has a climate close to his hometown of Durban) probably indicates some underlying issue they were trying to deal with. That “spiritual protection” thing is also quite notable.

    The best thing, all around is for black men not to immigrate to the United States.

    As for South Africans, their BLM moment was when a group of striking savages who had hacked a few security guards to death in 2012 gathered on a hilltop and decided to smear themselves in “muti” (traditional medicine*) which was going to make them bulletproof and charge (mostly black) policemen with axes and knives, who then shot a few dozen in self-defense. The overseas media played it up, and the reaction weakened South Africa’s already hopeless police even further.

    *It’s probably worth getting cremated in South Africa (or being buried in a private cemetery with 24×7 security). It wouldn’t surprise me if newly interred bodies are dug up with the help of corrupt cemetery caretakers and turned into muti.

    • Replies: @Anon
  15. Whiskey says: • Website

    Its legal for black dudes to break into other people’s houses. Divine Right of Kangz.

  16. The police did not kill Rodney King.

    Hawaii should not even be a US state. It made little difference to me that Obama might have been born there.

    • Agree: Catdog, sayless
    • Replies: @Yngvar
  17. Anon[516] • Disclaimer says:

    The Honolulu Star Advertiser has dozens on articles on this incident and its fallout.

    For instance the 911 call is here:

    https://www.staradvertiser.com/2021/04/30/hawaii-news/honolulu-police-release-recording-of-911-call-that-preceded-fatal-shooting-of-lindani-myeni/

    Page 1 of the search results for his name is here:

    https://www.staradvertiser.com/search/Lindani%20Myeni/?s=Lindani%20Myeni

    The comments are gold, given the “diverse” nature of Hawaii; everything gets said.

    The woman is Chinese I think, and the house is somehow involved in a sketchy (per local laws) Airbnb type operation.

    Local papers are simply the best: A HSA headline today: “Leader of cult that caused Covid huff on Maui found mummified in Colorado home.”

    • LOL: Polistra
  18. But the publicized deaths of Africans at the hands of American police officers have touched a special nerve here. Mr. Myeni’s name is invoked alongside those of other victims including Amadou Diallo, a Guinean immigrant killed in New York in 1999; Ousmane Zongo, an immigrant from Burkina Faso killed in New York in 2003; and Alfred Olango, a refugee from Uganda killed in California in 2016.

    Enough is enough.

    Please get the word out to all African brothers and sisters: America is not safe for you. Do not go there!

    • Replies: @Rob McX
  19. haole3 says:

    I imagine the cop wasn’t a white cop, not in Hawaii. This hasnt been a big deal in hawaii nor in the usa. South Africans probably dont get this.

  20. ==QUOTE==
    [T]he officers approached him and shouted: “Get on the ground! Get on the ground now!” ==UNQUOTE==

    Why this persistent police hostility toward levitators?

  21. America Is the Deep Pockets of the World

  22. @haole3

    The cop whose body camera footage is in the video has what sounds to me like a Hawaiian or Polynesian accent.

  23. Anon[292] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    OK listening to the 911 tape clears some things up.

    The occupant is Asian (accent and broken English) and renting the house. A large black man, who probably speaks better English than her, but with a thick accent enters the house. Occupant is confused, first assuming he works for the owner, and is unable to converse with him because of her own poor English. He is having some kind of spiritual or mental health crisis and has wandered into what he thinks is a Hare Krishna temple (see NYT article).

    Occupant calls 911 and cops appear. It’s dark and they try to subdue the confused black fellow. He doesn’t realize they are cops and fights back, before being shot.

    Poor communication all around.

    There are numerous places where this could have been stopped:
    1) His wife shouldn’t have taken him out of South Africa. Love is blind, but he sounds like he was thriving in SA: scout leader, rugby player and skilled artisan.

    2) the occupant of the home could have been required to speak better English before moving to the US. She may well have understood what was happening before calling the cops, and cleared up the misunderstanding.

    3) Hare Krishnas shouldn’t operate temples in residential neighborhoods.

    4) Cops need better training: they didn’t identify themselves in the dark and it wouldn’t be surprising if they were Asians and physically incapable of protecting themselves.

    A failure of multiculturalism on all counts.

    • Agree: Polistra
  24. @haole3

    The cop whose body camera footage is in the video has what sounds to me like a Hawaiian or Polynesian accent.

  25. Anon[574] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hockamaw

    Unbelievable. You can’t even satirize that level of mendacity.

    Mendacity? It’s pretty clear that his entry was indeed inexplicable. He told the occupant of the house what his name was, and his country of origin. He was unarmed and had taken his shoes off. Told his wife that he was going for a drive to clear his head. Former scout leader, Idols aspirant and stay at home dad with a toddler and a baby. Yes he was black, but beyond that nothing really out-of-the-ordinary.

    Doesn’t sound like a typical criminal MO.

    The wife’s explanation that he thought he was visiting the Hare Krishna temple next door sounds plausible, given the spiritual crisis he was suffering (more likely homesickness).

    This is the sort of thing that will happen when you have people of vastly different cultures thrown together on a dark night.

    He was probably a victim of poorly trained cops who didn’t identify themselves, a Chinese guest at an illegal AirBNB who can’t speak English, and his own low African IQ which didn’t allow him to process what was going on quickly enough.

    If only there was some way to prevent this sort of thing happening….

    • Thanks: Polistra
    • Replies: @Hockamaw
  26. @Anonymous

    Interesting angle on the topic. Certainly gets us off the usual boilerplate. Thanks.

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    , @ic1000
  27. Africans and those of African ancestry are typically innocent. There’s probably no population on Earth who are fundamentally more peaceful and obsessively law abiding than Africans. It’s just a very deep component of both their culture and ethnicity.

    Africans are simply the sweetest, most peaceful folks on the planet. They are also unusually smart and creative.

    Having spent some time in Hawaii, I’d say the people there deserve many, many Africans.

    • LOL: Gordo, bomag, new Stalin
  28. Not Raul says:

    By the way, which race is in charge of South Africa anyway?

    Which race is “in charge”, or which race is really in charge?

    Ask Ivan Glasenberg, Nicky Oppenheimer, and (if Ouija boards work) Eric Samson.

    https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/national/2021-01-21-obituary-eric-samson-the-mogul-who-made-the-nelson-mandela-childrens-hospital-a-reality/

    • Agree: James Forrestal
    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
  29. Puremania says:

    “…three gunshots rang out before an officer says ‘police’”.
    Come on, that is funny. It’s like when Amy on Superstore hits her first golf ball and then jumps up and down yelling “Fore! Fore!”
    No? Maybe I spent too much time in the hood. My humor is ‘black’.

  30. @obwandiyag

    No, we found the person with multiple theft convictions.

  31. bomag says:
    @Anonymous

    The police certainly ‘effed up a lot more in the 1970s. Maybe our criminal class should stop acting like dainty bitches and tolerate a little police overreach for fuck’s sake.

    • Agree: Ron Mexico
  32. Maybe they should make learning the song Born Free a mandatory part of Police sensitivity training. A Zulu Prince has to go where he has to go.

    • LOL: Cortes
  33. bomag says:
    @Seneca44

    And notice the dates: 1999; 2003; 2016.

    When you need to reach back 22 years to make this point, it tells us that something else is going on.

  34. What a mystery why no one wants to be around these people.

  35. Mike Tre says:

    “Unarmed, he was wearing a traditional Zulu headband with a tuft of fur at the forehead and, his wife later discovered, he had left his shoes in his car.”

    Actually, he was likely armed with a massive erection at the thought of inexplicably forcing it into some resisting white woman. He ain’t got time to put on shoes for dat!

  36. ic1000 says:
    @obwandiyag

    > Interesting angle on the topic. Certainly gets us off the usual boilerplate. Thanks.

    obwandiyag, you must be new to iSteve. Regular commenter AnotherDad has made exactly the same point as anonymous[161], dozens of times.

  37. Hockamaw says:
    @Anon

    You’re right, I’m wrong. That’s what I get for commenting without actually reading the article.

  38. The Zulu warrior’s wife was a Christian missionary-ette.

    I’m confused: why does SA need Christian missionaries? Isn’t it already pretty much converted to the faith?

    Also: am I the only one who thinks that white missionaries who go to Africa are suffering from an especially virulent sort of missionary complex?

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
  39. From the DM article:

    But Myeni’s American wife has described her husband as ‘gentle’ said he was not a violent person. She has suggested his actions may have been the result of cultural differences after he moved to Hawaii in January.

    Of course, who doesn’t respond to moving to a Polynesian paradise by invading someone else’s home and charging the police? I’m baffled.

    Yawn. Next.

  40. bgates says:
    @Seneca44

    How many Africans were killed by such things as choking on steak in the US during that period?

    How many Africans murdered Americans in the US during that period? I couldn’t remember the name of the one who murdered 22 in nursing homes in Texas, so I googled “houston african immigrant murdered” and found him (Billy Chemirmir), a Nigerian who stabbed his fiancée to death, and another Nigerian who murdered his wife. That’s 24 murders by Africans just in Texas in a ten second search.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  41. Odd that a black man from South Africa would willingly move to the “Most Racist Country in the World”.

    Maybe he should have learned that fighting with cops in America often results in death…..if only there were thousands of tv shows and movies showing cops shooting those that resist arrest….

  42. AndrewR says:
    @bgates

    Lmao I love how the journalist thinks it’s some gotcha to point out that the serial killer was not “undocumented.” If anything, he’s a strong argument to restrict legal immigration.

  43. mmack says:

    Steve,

    Aloha and a slightly off topic post, which is related to this post with subjects like:

    – Hawaii
    – Immigrants
    – Crime
    – Police shootings

    I found this story at Happy Acres Twitter feed.

    https://www.mercurynews.com/2021/05/09/micronesians-feel-hatred-in-hawaii-decry-police-shooting/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

    I bring you the case of Iremamber Sykap. The late Mr. Sykap stole a car, led the Honolulu PD on a car chase and it ended badly for him:

    “Police say Sykap was driving a stolen car when he led officers on a chase through oncoming traffic after a series of crimes including an armed robbery and purse-snatching.”

    But the life of a sixteen year old criminal isn’t important.

    “After the shooting, some local media outlets reported about Sykap’s criminal history as a juvenile.

    “I want to press people on why his past matters when he’s a child,” Ongelungel said.”

    Nope 👎🏻. What’s important is Micronesians in Hawaii face . . . racism:

    “Some in the Micronesian community say the April 5 shooting of Iremamber Sykap highlights the racism they face in Hawaii, a place they expected to be more welcoming to fellow islanders.”

    So for those of you keeping score at home:
    16 year old kid commits felonies, not an issue
    Native Hawaiians are “racist” and don’t like Micronesians, End Of The World.

    I’m going out for a walk.

  44. Anonymous[730] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    I don’t blame the police for outcome of these interactions with blacks. It is the fault of the blacks for committing crime in the first place and then “keeping’ it real” by refusing to obey the police and often escalating the violence. The mainstream media also deserves much of the blame for biased reporting which helps to rile up the black community.

  45. @Anonymous

    True, people should just kill them themselves.

    That or publicly flog people for crimes, rather than kill them. Equality, huzzah!

  46. Yahoo! One less. Free Derek Chauvin and Jason Van Dyke.

  47. The solution is obvious- we need a population exchange. We send them all 44 million blacks. They send us all their whites (5 million or so). It’s more than fair. They get to build Wakanda, we get our country back and 5 million right-wing voters. Heck, we could buy every South African a farm for free with what we’d save in black social and criminal costs alone!! Throw in the Whites in Rhodesia and it’s a win-win all around!!

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  48. @Paperback Writer

    If they get the “Amy Biehl” treatment I simply shrug.

  49. @Achmed E. Newman

    I’ve seen part of Shaka Zulu on youtube, I think. Anyone who performs an Inexplicable Entrance to my house wearing Zulu clothes is likely to get a shot in his center of mass.

    Speaking of rubetoob and Zulus, what if the loony S.A. guy performing the inexplicable entrance had had both a Zulu traditional cowhide shield and that magical, carved wooden fish hook that had “been used as a weapon of war” during his ingress and the subsequent fight with the po-lice, which tragically ended with the fella’s death.

    It’s odd that there haven’t been any rubetoob videos that demonstrate the stopping abilities of a cowhide shield. Reckon it could be defeated easily with my dad’s old pocket knife — let alone a .22 or better — but one never knows! It’s that magical wooden fish hook that scares me. Maybe it can cause conventional bullet trajectories to alter… well, magically. That’s a $10 million DARPA grant right there.

  50. Mr. Grey says:
    @Anon

    It’s a black thang, you wouldn’t understand.

  51. Rob McX says:
    @AnotherDad

    Please get the word out to all African brothers and sisters: America is not safe for you. Do not go there!

    You should have sent the word out 400 years ago.

  52. Anonymous[239] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charlesz Martel

    we get our country back and 5 million right-wing voters. Heck, we could buy every South African a farm for free with what we’d save in black social and criminal costs alone!!

    Considering that they’re the most pro-illegal/cheap labor group in South Africa, you’re in for a nasty shock. Sure they’ll dump on the blacks (or Moslems or whatever minorities are left in the US after your population exchange), but will be ardent supporters of the Central Americans who they hire.

    Someone needs to do the actual farming while the “baas” is off playing golf.

  53. He wanted the money for that wooden fish hook. So, he followed the lady into her home, in hopes of robbing her. And since he’d already be busy with that, why not rape her, in the bargain?

    When the police tell you to get on the ground, you get on the ground.

    This guy was a threat to murder at least one cop.

    Note, too, the fake new york times list of black “victims” of American “police killings,” including even Rodney King!

    For the White, American wife to start playing “cultural misunderstanding” games is shameless, but then again, she married the felon, didn’t she?

    For me, the question this incident immediately raises is: How many other women had he previously robbed and/or raped here, and in S.A., the reported rape capitol of the world?

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  54. @Nicholas Stix

    The white woman married him so that he could leave Africa. It happens a lot.

    This guy could have had any black African woman he wanted and been an admired man, but he let a white woman ‘save’ him and take him out of his element.

    The result is a terrible malaise of the soul, which can only be mitigated by reasserting himself as master of his own destiny.

  55. Rob McX says:

    Mr. Myeni’s name is invoked alongside those of other victims including Amadou Diallo, a Guinean immigrant killed in New York in 1999; Ousmane Zongo, an immigrant from Burkina Faso killed in New York in 2003; and Alfred Olango, a refugee from Uganda killed in California in 2016.

    There must be quite a few people in Sub-Saharan Africa living high on the hog off the money paid out for these victims. And I bet a lot of them will use it to get into America.

  56. “HAWAI’IAN SHOT DEAD BY POLICE”
    Cues the chant of “No Justice, No Peace”.
    Peace we’ll never obtain
    Till the Black grows a brain.
    We shall wait a long time for release.

  57. @Dave Pinsen

    Don’t forget the Gupta brothers.

    Hmm… Did the Oppenheimers ever get busted by the Guptas’ security personnel at the Guptas’ very own private terminal at the busiest international airport in Africa?

    https://mg.co.za/article/2017-02-19-exposed-the-guptas-and-the-box-of-gems/

    On April 13, a Gupta business jet with tail number ZS-AKG was preparing to depart Fireblade Aviation’s VVIP (very, very important person) terminal at OR Tambo International Airport when X-ray scanners picked up something suspicious inside a suitcase belonging to the departing party.

    Probably not — because the Guptas don’t have their very own private terminal at OR Tambo, and the Oppenheimers do.

    Fireblade, the Oppenheimer family’s aviation company, built the terminal on premises leased from Denel.

    Sounds like the Guptas’ man, Jacob Zuma is a very atypical African leader in that he’s highly “corrupt” — at least according to the Sulzberger Blog:
    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/12/opinion/jacob-zuma-gupta-corruption.html

    It’s hard to say why they would back an Oppenheimer over a Gupta, but the Gray Yenta has always been pretty enthusiastic about the Oppenheimers’ “squeaky clean” front man, Cyril Ramaphosa:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/27/magazine/could-cyril-ramaphosa-be-the-best-leader-south-africa-has-not-yet-had.html
    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/15/world/africa/south-africa-cyril-ramaphosa.html
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/07/opinion/south-africa-election.html

    How’d that work out again? Oh yeah:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Zuma#Succession_and_resignation

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