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commented on Arlo and Janis
about 3 years ago
You’re right. I’ll leave too.No funny adventures with the boat.Nothing about Gene and his family.And now Ludwig walks upright as all the other comic cats.And then the comments …Shudder!
I wonder what the commentators of todays “extremly funny and witty” comic will make. The comics make less sense and the comments become weirder day by day.
I mentioned it already month ago!The only thing you can do is to leave this sorry lot.
commented on Stone Soup
over 3 years ago
Thank you for busting that dirty little ANC agitator.I knew all the time something was wrong but I couldn’t put my finger on it.A 72 years old white South African lady wouldn’t have written such youthful enthusiastic texts. She wouldn’t have written about our South Africa. Her style would have been less enthusiastic and more resigned. It isn’t her South Africa anymore. The first time she would have been deeply disappointed would have been when she heard on the radio the “Wind of Change speech” of the British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan in 1960. The second time she will have been desperately disappointed was when 1994 Mandela and his former ANC thugs won the election and became the South African government.Anyway, thanks again.
I rest my case. There will be no more comments from my side.
Thank you, sir!I don’t know who Hector Pieterson was. If he was a member of a youth gang as so many others of his age. I don’t know if he robbed and raped as so many others of his age. But one thing is sure: he was an arsonist. He was old enough to know what he was doing. As you wrote: He asked for it, he got it.
I would have kept my peace as I have been asked, but you have gone too far. This deserves a reply. So Hector Pieterson was marching in peaceful protest? Why wasn’t he at home, reading a story to his old grandmother as the police shot him? Even at that time the South African Police did not shoot peaceful demonstrators. This is a blatant lie.But thank you for reminding me. I now remember, that the learning of the Africaans language was just a flimsy excuse for the burning of the schools for black children. The black children wanted to go to the schools of the white children. They thought if they burned their schools they would be given access. For several reasons this was impossible, the educational level for example. That was the real reason why they became the lost generation. What kind of white woman are you to support such a terrible black lie, which was invented only to discredit the South African Police. I lived and worked between 1990 and 1993 in South Africa and I think South Africa is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Just before I arrived Mandela became president and the former ANC terrorists became ministers. The great majority of the black population didn’t feel any difference to the lives they led before.But when I saw in Johannesburg, in Yeoville, the young black and white people dance together in Rockey Street after the discos were closed, I had some hope for the future of South Africa.Why are you so full of hate that you have to rip open the old wounds?
commented on Starslip
over 3 years ago
I am rather full of myself than full of shit.As for NG, I don’t read Alley Oop, I am not in this apeman/caveman stuff.
The black African school children were protesting against the enforcement of learning Afrikaans as the first medium of instruction in high school. They protested by burning down their schools. That’s why they are known as the lost generation. What an achievment, what an victory over the hated white establishment.I can’t see how it could be an important day for South Africa when at that date a 13-year old boy was shot by the police whlie he was burning down his school.He committed just one of the crimes, which were committed during these years.
If I wouldn’t know your age, I would guess you are five or six years old.
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