M.I.A releases new music video called “born free”


M.I.A released her new video that shocked even her fans but the music video called born free sends a strong message. We just dont know what that message is yet.

The video was banned from youtube and we can understand why but as usual her music is good. Check out the video but we have to warn you that IT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR ANYONE SENSITIVE TO NUDITY OR OTHER GRUESOME STUFF.





Siobhan Magnus says goodbye to American Idol with a shout

Siobhan Magnus will definitely leave a mixed opinion about whether to like her or not. She is like a acquired taste: you like it or you don’t, personally I don’t. There is nothing wrong with her as a person, I like her wacky sense of style but her voice just annoys me. It was really her time to go.

Siobhan Magnus – Any Man Of Mine (American Idol Season 9 – Top 6) 04/27/10

Stellenbosch woman stabbed to death on train

A woman has died after being stabbed on a train at Muldersvlei Train station in Stellenbosch. A suspect was arrested. When ER24 got to the scene the woman was already dead, laying face down on the train floor. The motive for the stabbing is not known yet.

The trains in Cape Town is not safe and tourists being used to their country’s railway lines might mistake South Africa’s railway for being the same reliable and safe way of transport like they have in their countries.



Violent Political brawl in Ukraine Parliament – video

Ukraine has had a long and troubled history with Russia and it all came to head this Tuesday at parliament when as Russia’s navy base has been allowed to use their ports for 25 years more. There was punches, hair pulling, egg throwing and even smoke bombs during the proceedings. As if the trouble was expected as soon as the pelting started the speaker was protected with umbrella’s.

Political Brawl – Ukraine Parliament Members throw Blows- HIPHOPNEWS24-7.COM

Video of smoke bomb egg fight in Ukraine parliament


Mississippi Tornado damage summary – video of tornado

This is video taken by storm chasers of the tornado that hit Mississippi. The tornado was very large and the damage quite extensive. It was much broader than a average tornado and much stronger. People has started clearing up already and is still searching for injured and missing people. So far there have been ten fatalities two of those children.

Path length: 97 miles… this length will increase as more
damage is surveyed east of today’s survey
maximum width: 1.75 miles
rating: EF4, with maximum winds of 170 mph
casualties: 10 total fatalities with dozens of injuries

A number of areas of EF3 damage with estimated winds of 150 to 165
mph were found along the path. Two areas of EF4 damage with maximum
winds of 170 mph were found… one in Yazoo City… and the other in
Holmes County.

Tornado hits Mississippi killing ten people

Saturday Mississippi was hard hit by Tornado and storms devastating the Yazoo county claiming ten lives including three children. Rescuers was seen combing the wreckage for more injured. The number of injured and the extent of the damage is still unknown.

They are unsure of if it was just one large tornado or a series of small ones, meteorologists said it is to early to tell. Storms raged across that part of America and there has been more tornado warnings in the Maryland area.




TAU or TLU SA requested for a constructive meeting with the President of South Africa Jacob Zuma. In their statement they believe and as evidence points out that there is a active ethnic cleansing going on in South Africa.

Here’s most of what they said in the statement:

Every government is subject to two cardinal guidelines:

+ The Constitution of the country

+ The Social Contract which the government guarantees before and during elections.

In exchange, the country’s citizens are dependent upon and accept the integrity of the government of the land. Citizens pay taxes so that effect can be made of the Constitution’s demands, which the government is compelled to undertake. The Social Contract must also be effected by ensuring that citizens live in security and without fear, that proper infrastructure is provided and that educational and medical needs are rendered.

TAU SA has bent over backwards – sometimes in the face of pressure from its members – to encourage productive discussions with the government with regard to problems and perspectives, and TAU SA has tried to do this in a positive and supportive manner with the government. In most cases, promises and undertakings have been made which, over the passage of time, have come to nothing.

At present the situation in the land is extremely charged as a result of tension that has been created – farmers are especially in the proverbial cross hairs and their situation is now untenable. This will automatically place the country’s food security in a serious and hazardous position.

As a result certain matters can no longer be ignored and, for the sake of food security and good neighbourliness, urgent discussions must now take place where clear cut answers must be supplied with regard to the following charges which TAU SA lays before the President of the country, his cabinet and the governing party:

+ There is bad faith, because matters are twisted to suit ideological standpoints, such as the fact that the song “Skiet die Boere, Kill the Boer” doesn’t really mean that the farmers must be shot and killed!

+ Neglecting to take action against those who cause unrest. How long must the country’s head of state wait before his remarks that these inflammatory mischief makers will be charged, bear results? Nothing has been done and this has resulted in even more incitement from the rabble rousers.

+ The unreliability and insensitivity of ministers with whom appointments are made on important matters and who, at the very last moment, cancel the appointment. Farmers are also busy people with busy schedules, and the impression is given that the farmers’ standpoints are not really very important. Everything else is more important than a meeting with a farmer or an agricultural organization.

+ Broken promises – for example, the commando system was abolished with a promise of a substitute agricultural security structure. Sector policing that was put forward as a replacement, failed, and farmers are still being attacked, murdered, injured and burgled.

+ The exaggerated pursuit of quotas. A survey by Solidarity revealed that in some government departments, the Affirmative Action quotas have actually been exceeded. Does this mean that the land reform quota of handing over 30% of land to black owners until 2014 will also be exceeded?

+ Reckless statements by ministers.

+ TAU SA demands that every minister who declares that farm workers are illegally evicted from farms must prove this with facts such as the names of the persons, the dates, the time and the place, and also provide the case number where this illegality has been reported and investigated, and they must give the results of this investigation.

+ Any minister who declares that farm workers have been badly treated must also provide the necessary details as mentioned above.

+ Any minister who declares that squatter camps exist because farmers have dismissed their workers must provide the necessary statistics about the nationality of the squatters, given that it is well known that because of pathetic border control, these camps are so full of foreigners that even English is not spoken or understood.

+ The waste of public funds on failing or failed projects such as the land reform project where more than 80% have failed, at great cost to the taxpayers. Food security is now at risk.

+ With regard to this, TAU SA has had no reply to a very simple question: what is the percentage ground which the government has marked out for land reform –
30% of the total land of South Africa or 30% of agricultural land?

+ TAU SA is on record that the murder of farmers is nothing more than ethnic cleansing. Your silence on this can be seen as an acknowledgement of this fact.

+ The lack of political determination to uphold the integrity of the country’s infrastructure.

+ Farmers experience increasing problems in getting their products to market as a result of the terrible state of the country’s roads, while they pay for licences and are burdened with petrol price increases. Farmers receive very little in return for their payments, especially with regard to the maintenance of roads and the most basic of services.

+ The collapse of water purification installations has resulted in the pollution of rivers and underground water sources, which makes these sources unusable for farming. Farmers suffer losses, and less food is produced as a result of government neglect in this regard.

+ The government’s neglect to give attention to the security of the country is bordering on the transgression of human rights.

+ The commandos have been withdrawn, so farmers are left on their own to defend themselves.

+ The citizenry as well as the farmers are intimidated into handing in their firearms while hardened criminals with illegal firearms have made the land unsafe and in places, ungovernable.

+ When farmers make application for a new firearm licence, it takes sometimes months to obtain this licence, which means that while waiting for the licence, the farmer is without self protection.

+ Farmers who were given the green light to create their own self-protection structures are now becoming targets for prosecution, while they should be regarded as people who are trying to uphold the law as supporters of safety and security.

+ The government is in cahoots with organized trade unions against the farmers via making labour legislation difficult to uphold and, in some cases, making it impossible to sustain. To listen in to Parliament where ridiculous statements such as the farmers are themselves responsible for the lack of safety on farms, and that they steal their own stock, makes one ask: is it possible that this verbal rubbish can come out of the country’s highest body?

+ The government’s indiscriminate and uncritical support for its alliance partner COSATU’s loud and ungrounded statements about the living standards of farm workers on farms.

+ The government and COSATU’s focus on farm dwellers rather than farm workers. The farmer as an employer has no contract whatsoever with others who stay on the farms whether as sojourners under particular legislation, or as family members, or whatever.

+ The fact that the agricultural sector is made an exception as the only one in the total economy of South Africa. The land owner is expected to have a 24/7 obligation to his workers, over and above the fact that legislation already obliges the farmer to further and further relinquish his property to fulfill abode legislation with regard to his workers.


The farmers of South Africa will do whatever they must do to farm and to provide food for everyone in the country and even in the region. Indeed, they will farm so that you, Mr. President, can enjoy your daily meals. But the above-mentioned matters are making it difficult for the farmer to farm. Indeed, it is becoming impossible. The farmers and the citizens of this land can no longer afford this government.

Their loyalty is being stretched to the limit, and their patience as well. And what TAU SA experiences is indifference from the government, even enmity.

Therefore we request an appointment with you, and all relevant ministers, and we await your reply within 14 days from date of this letter.

Russians stand up for Boers in Moscow

Moscow, Russia – We all know about the Swedes protesting to end Boer genocide in South Africa but there was another big march going on for the boers in Russia. The Russians took to the streets to bring attention to the silent Boer genocide happening in South Africa and to honour Eugene Terreblanche.

Members of the Russian Nationalist party (DPNI) also delivered a letter at the South African embassy in Moscow asking for protection and representation of the White SOuth African minority.

They also delivered a letter to UN Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon calling on the UN to address discrimination and attacks against white South Africans by the ANC led government.

This all happened on April 17th.

South Africa added to Genocide watch

 Cape Town, South Africa – Genocidewatch included South Africa in the places to keep an eye on and to fight genocide against. The Boers are a small nation of white people living in the most southern part of Africa. They are under heavy persecution, their language is under attack and their culture is under attack.

South Africa now joins the list of danger countries on Genocidewatch 


Genocide Watch April 2010




7-Current Massacres



DR Congo


Women, civilians, Congo Tutsis

Ex-Rwandan genocidists, LRA



Darfurese, southerners

Sudan army,

Arab militias



Opposing clans

Al Shabaab



Gov’t supporters

Taliban, Al Queda



Gov’t supporters

Taliban, Al Queda

North Korea


Gov’t opponents

Korean Army



Shan, Karen, Rohinga, democrats

Burmese Army



Gov’t opponents

Tigrean Army


6-Potential Massacres





Ethnic, religious

Ethnic, religious 



Falun Gong, Uighers

Chinese army



North Yemen

South Yemen



Gov’t officials

Drug gangs, FARC

Equatorial Guinea


Bubi minority

Gov’t police



Acholi civilians

Lord’s Resistance Army




Sudanese raiders

Central Afr. Rep.


African farmers

Arab militias







Kurds, Shia, Sunni

Ethnic, religious



Bahais, Sunnis

Revolution Guard





Sri Lanka











Guinea Army




Uzbek Army







Luos, Kikuyus

Kikuyus, Luos

Côte d’Ivoire







Tutsi Army




Angolan Army




Algerian Army



Gov’t supporters

Abu Sayyef, Moro



Christians, Druze




Bosnian Muslims









Hindu Extremists





South Africa



Black racists




Russian Army



Countries at Risk of Genocide, Politicide, or Mass Atrocities in 2010


Copyright 2010 Genocide Watch


FEMA Publishes New Flood Risk Maps For Desha County Ark.

 DENTON, TEXAS — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is presenting preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) to communities and unincorporated areas in Desha County, Ark. The FIRMs will help county officials and local residents identify known flood risks and will be used for insurance and development decisions.

Preliminary maps revise and update information on the existence and severity of flood hazards in every community in Desha County as well as unincorporated areas. They are based on detailed ground elevation models, decades of rainfall and storm gauge information and current topographic data.

Residents, business owners and property owners who believe the flood maps contain errors have from now until July 13, 2010 to appeal by submitting scientific or technical information. Appeals are submitted through communities to FEMA. Once all appeals are resolved, FEMA will notify communities, insurance companies and residents of the effective date of the final maps.

"Flooding is the most common disaster in the U.S. and I urge Desha County residents to look at the preliminary maps and be familiar with flood risks in their community," said Tony Russell, FEMA regional administrator. "These maps can help residents make informed decisions about flood insurance and flood protection." 

FEMA encourages residents to contact their local floodplain administrator to determine if they will be impacted by map changes. Floodplain administrators in each community have copies of the maps available for public viewing. Map information is available atwww.fema.gov/plan/prevent/fhm/bfe.

Home and business owners who purchase flood insurance prior to the effective date of the new maps may be able to grandfather the current flood zone, thereby saving money on flood insurance. Home and business owners should talk with their local insurance agent to discuss their options. More information on flood insurance is available at www.floodsmart.gov.

When the flood maps are finalized and effective, some flood insurance policy holders may see changes in their policies.  Russell recommends that all policyholders contact their insurance agent or company to ensure that they have adequate coverage and that policies account for new flood risk information. More information on flood insurance is available at www.floodsmart.gov. 

FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.


Maps – Earthquakes in Johannesburg area and the rest of South Africa

 Johannesburg, South Africa – Some people were shocked yesterday when the news spread about 4 earthquakes hitting Johannesburg. Well that is nothing new, at least not according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

These maps show the earthquake activity since 1990 and on the 14th of February they recorded a 4.3 Magnitude earthquake that was much bigger than the one we all buzzed about yesterday.


Police minister Nathi Mthethwa says again that farm murders are not political

Cape Town, South Africa – Farm murders continue in South Africa and the Police minister Nathi Mthethwa insists that it is only crime and not political without giving any evidence.

First of all many white South Africans suffer war crimes under the ANC government, about 400 white people yearly, especially men are targets of police, they get locked up especially over weekends and then they are raped by other inmates, mostly black inmates to “teach them a lesson”. White people are constantly abused and assaulted by police and trust for the police is at a extreme low, no one trusts the police.

Today Nathi Mthethwa said that “We have dismissed these criminal activities as racial or political.” when he was speaking about farm attacks.


” The time has come

to take the war

to the White areas”

– ANC Manifesto


The fact is you cant just dismiss something people are blaming on government without evidence, especially if you are part of that government being blamed. After all Julius Malema and the Nathi Mthethwa are part of that same political party which calls for “Kill the boers”. Sure Julius Malema is being set in order but not for singing the song but for being arrogant against the ANC’s instructions.


We’ve heard countless times at rallies about killing the whites, about shooting the boers about how white people are to blame for bad service delivery, the list goes on.

” I have beaten the Colonials

– and I am going to

beat the children

of the children

of the Colonials”

– Julius Malema

So can anyone believe what the police minister is saying about farm murders not being political? What about when they take the blood of the victims and write “kill the boer” on the walls of their victims houses after murdering them?

What about when they shout “Viva Julius Malema, kill the boer”  (in their language) when attacking farms and homes like they did with the Commando member?

Now without addressing the real issues of farm murders the police minister said that  “We are faced with crime and we are doing all in our power to deal with crime….. we really discourage this racial tone on issues of crime because not going to help anybody. ”

He then continued to say blaming farm attacks on racial issues would “feed polarisation”.

Here’s further evidence that farm attacks are racial:


The war against white South Africans


Is there a silent Genocide in South Africa?



” You must not steal from blacks- rather steal from whites”- Willy Madisha




1 Year old baby tortured in South Africa by criminal savages

Randburg, South Africa – Police are on a manhunt for savage robbers that are on a mission to destroy the lives of those they rob and steal from. A one year old toddler was seriously assaulted in her parents Robin Hills home on Thursday by robbers. Instead of just stealing what they want they tortured and beat the little girl blue and unconscious.

After tying up the domestic worker they assaulted the little girl. When the mother of the child got home after work she found the child unconscious and full of blood. The security company they are members off took the child to hospital. The baby stopped breathing a few times on way to the hospital.

The little girl is in serious condition in Medic clinic in Sandton.


Higher Education and Training Minister Dr Blade Nzimande calls for compulsory African language

Pretoria, South Africa – Blade Nzimande the Higher Education and Training Minister of South Africa today called for a compulsory African language in schools and universities. 

He challenged universities and other learning institutions to "consider" making an official African language other than English or Afrikaans compulsory.

"It would be beneficial to all the students, help strengthen the African language departments and raise the status of African languages," Nzimande said on Thursday at the Higher Education Transformation Summit.

"Strengthening them is a central strategy in developing the languages of the majority of people, in particular because of the role these departments can play in producing African language teachers and developing African language literature, something that can help in developing a culture of reading among children and young people," he said.