Outrage Over Pic of S African Man Wearing Alleged ‘Kill White People’ T-Shirt

Monday, December 31, 2018
By Paul Martin


Activists have gone to a famous suburb in Cape Town to protest against racism a week after a security firm ordered a group, largely black, to leave a beach there in the evening. However, the protesters have themselves been slammed for advocating violence against whites over a t-shirt one of them allegedly wore.

Allegations that one of the anti-racism protesters wore a t-shirt with the hate-inducing slogan, prompted by a photo circulating online, have been cast aside as some claimed it was a misunderstanding. The screen-shot of the broadcast by SABC featuring a participant in the anti-racism rally in Cape Town outraged many as the man seemed to be wearing a t-shirt saying “Kill all white people”.

The picture posted on Facebook triggered a firestorm online with comments like “Racism is a one-way street” or “And many deny genocide”.
“Yes please note. The racist wearing the red shirt, advocating to kill another because of their ethnicity, telling us about racism. It’s laughable”, another netizen posted.

However, one Twitter user posted a photo suggesting that the original picture did not show a full shot of the activist’s clothes. The photo, uploaded online amid the uproar, suggested that the word “people” was struck through while the original message sounded like “Kill all white supremacy”

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