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August 05, 2023
Elon Musk savages NYT making excuses for a viral song calling for the killing of white people
In a week when the media is still lashing out at Jason Aldean's "Try That in A Small Town" and freaking out over presidential candidate Ron DeSantis saying he is going to "slit the throats" of the Deep State, the New York Times was quick to cape for a stadium full of people in South Africa singing about killing white people. NYT says we need to consider the context of the song. Elon Musk, who is South African, is not amused.
First the song in question. I guess there is political turmoil in South Africa again. We haven't sent them $75 billion yet (that I know of), so I'll save my bandwidth for the political turmoil American taxpayers are paying for.
The Boers are white South Africans who descended from Dutch. This is a stadium full of people calling for a race of people, in this case, white people, to be killed. The Right did what we are known to do per corporate journalismers: we SEIZED. It appears conservatives are the only of the two major political ideologies in America who think killing white people is bad.
Elon Musk, who again is from South Africa, said in a tweet: "They are openly pushing for genocide of white people in South Africa," and wondered why the President of South Africa wasn't speaking out. Since conservatives oppose something -- in this case, a stadium full of people singing about killing white people -- the NYT was quick to create content making excuses for it.
"Mr. Malema leads the Economic Freedom Fighters, a party that advocates taking white-owned land to give to Black South Africans. That has made his embrace of the chant all the more disturbing to some whites. Despite the words, the song should not be taken as a literal call to violence..."
It's a firey but mostly peaceful call to violence.
"Young people feel that it rouses them up when they sing it today. I don’t think that they intend it to mean any harm."
This one is my favorite:
Side note: The day after a stadium full of people sang about killing white people, a white farmer was murdered on his own property.
Musk said if you needed an excuse to cancel your subscription, NYT making excuses for genocide is a good one.
This latest article marks a different tone for the NYT, which last year attempted to use Musk's South African roots to tie him to apartheid.
For those of you playing along at home: A song about the middle-class standing up to progressives? Racist. A colloquialism used to describe defeating bureaucrats? A call to violence.
A stadium full of people singing and dancing about killing white people? Consider the context and the historic significance.
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