Black South African politician urges followers to ‘kill whites’, saying: ‘We will kill their children and their women’

Thursday, December 13, 2018
By Paul Martin

Andile Mngxitama says for every one black person killed we will kill five whites
The BLF President even claimed cats and dogs owned by whites should die
He claimed the taxi industry was ‘killing’ black people before a cheering crowd
He defended his remarks which were in response to billionaire Johann Rupert

13 December 2018

The leader of a South African political party has called for the killing of white women and children in a row over the taxi industry.

Andile Mngxitama, president of Black First Land First (BLF), was speaking at a rally on the weekend in Potchefstroom near Johannesburg when he made the violent comments.

He tells the cheering crowd: ‘For each one person that is being killed by the taxi industry, we will kill five white people.

‘For every one black person we will kill five white people.

‘You kill one of us we will five of you. We’ll kill their women, we’ll kill their children, we’ll kill anything we find in our way.’

Mngxitama then beckons the crowd: ‘For every one of them, we’ll kill how many?’

And they chant back: ‘Five,’ Mngxitama repeats, ‘For every one of them?’ and they respond, ‘Five.’

This back-and-forth is repeated several times until Mngxitama continues his rant and even calls for the deaths of dogs and cats owned by white people.

He says: ‘We’ll kill their children, we’ll kill their women, we’ll kill their dogs, we’ll kill their cats, we’ll kill anything.’

Mngxitama has since claimed that these comments were taken out of context and that he was responding to comments recently made by billionaire Johann Rupert about the taxi industry.

Rupert, a supporter of the taxi industry, alluded to the far-left EFF party in a recent interview with Power FM where he stated if ‘those red guys come’ they should remember he had his ‘own army,’ according to City Press.

His friend is Jabu Mabuza, chairman of the South African Black Taxi Association, and was one of his first partners in Business Partners, a group set up by Rupert to support small businesses in 1981, Times Live reports.

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