By EKP Senior South Africa correspondent, Laura Oneale and G. Vallone
Administrators and teachers at a public elementary school in Carolina, located in South Africa’s Mpumalanga province, continue to “bully and single out non-black pupils for having the white man’s lice”, a local parent told the EKP this past week.
And we’re not talking about one isolated case.
In fact recenlty we have been inundated with complaints from angry parents across the region, claiming that whites were being singled out for being ‘bearers of lice and hair insects’ – allegations fuelled by virulent black hatred, not fact.
“My daughter was told that she had lice because she was white and that it was necessary to inform other students the danger she posed.” One parent told the EKP.
Oddly, HIV is still a private matter, in spite of the fact that it kills. Insulting people afflicted with HIV is in fact all but illegal in South Africa. While lice can be washed off by a hot shower and prescription shampoo (note to Jacob Zuma), AIDS kills. Can you imagine the uproar if kids were being named, shamed and persecuted for carrying the HIV bug to school?
Still, in spite of the hypocrisy, the oppression of white school pupils shows no sign of letting up – in spite of the documented psychological trauma it’s causing the children.
“It is as though the schools are on a mission to scar white kids, through guilt, condemnation and now getting them to believe that somehow lice thrives on white children not on blacks because of their racial characteristics.” the frustrated visibly shaken parent told us.
Although the school is not segregated, and children of all races attend, the teachers are using race to make one set of students feel superior to the others in the most inane yet cruel way we’ve seen-lice!
The predominantly black teachers are instilling a feeling of hopelessness in the minds of the most vulnerable minorities present at the school – making them feel that bugs infest people with light skin and straight hair. This same sort of rubbish is behind the black belief that whites were living in caves before black civilisation.
As mad as this notion sounds, this is what blacks from South Africa to the USA are being conned into believing by the people controlling the global anti-white, anti-western Marxist narrative at our universities and media outlets. Western European civilisation, from which most of the globe’s UNESCO heritage sites have been spawned, is an inconvenient reality.
Teachers also routinely show favouritism toward black pupils, awarding the nation’s highest academic commendations to blacks, in spite of the fact that average black African IQ is more than 30 points lower than white, and 20 lower than East Indian-people that also apparently breed lice.
Maybe lice gravitate towards intelligence?
In all seriousness, deliberately disenfranchising non-black children has become common practice in SA, as has bringing shame to non-whites, in this instance because of the length and type of hair they have.
The EKP believe whites, Indians and Caucasians of all backgrounds have beautiful hair. This is why most black women – women like Winnie Mandela and Michele Obama (pictured above), in fact straighten their hair. Those that put extensions in their hair buy weaves, which are sourced from Hindu Indian temples where Indian women shed their hair for their god, before it’s sold on to the multi billion dollar black African (Afr American) hair industry-and no I promise you this is NOT a joke. I wonder if there’s lice in this hair?
Instead of filling white children with pride in their appearance, jealous teachers fill them with shame. In doing so, teachers have facilitated a culture of anti-white bullying from the cradle to the grave.
The same parent told the EKP that, “when black children push and shove white girls, teachers respond by telling the little black children to leave them alone-not because it is wrong to strike other children, but because they have lice!”
On the bright side, maybe if they quit touching them, we’ll start seeing lower rape rates!
From the following letter, we can quite easily discern, that’s not going to happen anytime soon.
Sexual Misconduct by Carolina Teacher submitted by EKP member
I want to alert you to something that is happening in my daughter’s school.
During detention children are often forced to clean up the school by picking up papers and tidying up the grounds – tasks typically supervised by black teachers.
A young white girl was forced to bend over to pick up papers. When she did as instructed, the teacher asked the black students to describe what was between her legs. The kids laughed, making sexual remarks. The child targeted by this incident was traumatized and shocked that the teacher referred to her body in front of other children.
Teachers are custodians of children during school time, and the high rate of abuse and crime in South Africa stems from a culture that sexualises children.
Please tell people what is happening so the world knows.
“In a nation where children are being targeted for sexual assault-where more than half the nation’s rapes are committed against children, this amounts to nothing short of child and sexual abuse. My guess is this sort of sexualising of innocence is directed at the local canine population as well. One need only look how that’s ended up (see dog rape story)!” Giacomo Vallone remarked, when informed of the incident.
The parents of the child concurred with our sentiments.