29 July 2012
Olympic Gold and a World Record for South African swimmer Cameron van der Burgh
By Mike Smith
29th of July 2012
Apparently…allegedly…I have heard that “White men can’t jump”
OK, I will admit it, seeing that Basket Ball is not very big in SA, but also, we have to remember that no South African blacks ever made it big in basketball either.
White men can’t jump
Blacks in South Africa are not very good at Football (soccer) either seeing that they are ranked 68th in the world.
Apparently blacks can run marathons, but in ultra marathons they can only win by crooking as it has been shown by history in the Comrades Ultra marathon.
Bruce Fordyce a white man won the Comrades Ultra Marathon a record 9 times without doping
Today the Female side is dominated by ultra marathon Nurgalieva twin athletes from Russia.
But then came along the scandal of so desperate black runner Ludwick Mamabolo who won the 2012 Comrades, the first South African (and a black too boot) since 2005…He tested positive for steroids afterwards.
What an utter disappointment to the liberal multi-culti gangbangers.
Shock over Comrades doping scandal
Apparently…white people can also not dance white people can also not dance …but like I said. You can be the judge.
Another terrible disappointment to blacks is that whites can play their beloved traditional instrument, the Marimba (named after the goddess of music) also known as the Xylophone better than them.
White Europeans showing blacks how to play the Marimba
And do not let us get to speak their languages like Zulu, Xhosa or Tswana that we learned from them, taught them how to read and write their own languages and in many cases can speak it better than most of them themselves.
You should watch them cringe into servitude when a white man can speak their language better than they can. Hehehe…Classic. Yenalo! Wena azi kuluma lo English? Hau? Die baas Mike hy praat hom die isiZulu! Gegehe!
Anyway… we are digressing; it was about how good blacks are at Rugby, Cricket. Not? So what are they good at? Show me one thing…Dug-out canoe racing?
Oh. Apparently once there was a sport called boxing. I used to like it very much until one night I saw a TV interview with Don King and he said that his four years in prison was his college education. He came out of there a career criminal rigging boxing matches. After that I never watched a boxing match again. From what I believe some German Ukrainian white guys called the Klitschko brothers are nowadays dominating the sport.
Lost my interest in 1993 when Real Fighting came along in the form of the UFC and MMA.
Actually I once loved Football. I was a Liverpool supporter in the 1980’s. I still have many scouse friends. Until one day I discovered that our South African goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar was fixing games for them.
Then I switched my attention to the “Gentleman’s Sport”, Cricket….Until old Hansie Cronje (South Africa) and Steve Warne (Australia) were caught out fixing matches.
Then I heard some key Springbok Rugby players like Victor Matfield and Bakkies Botha would occasionally play “lazy games” where they would do the bare minimum on the field because their lawyers and agents had key contractual issues with the Rugby board.
And we as idiots were cheering them on. Really hoping that they would win games for us.
Come Monday night, Kobus Wiese, Joost vd Westhuizen and Errol Tobias would give us a detailed analysis of what went wrong. And we swallowed it all like a two dollar whore.
When will we realize it is all bread and circus? Numbing down the Volk?
The fuckers will cling to Rugby and ignore the realities of their fellow countrymen being murdered.
Come Saturday the proud “Boers” with their fake bull horns strapped to their fake mining helmets will fill Loftus stadium again to the tune of 80,000 losers. Ask them to demonstrate against the murders of five Boer people and less than a thousand rock up.
Sometimes I honestly ask myself why do I still care?
Anyway. Let us be glad that Cameron van der Burgh, the Boer swimmer from Pretoria, at least showed the noble savages how to swim and that we can numb our senses for five minutes longer...
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