South Africa: Equality Court rules EFF ‘Kill the Boer’ song does not constitute hate speech

South Africa: Equality Court rules EFF ‘Kill the Boer’ song does not constitute hate speech. By Robin-Lee Francke.

Judgment was handed down in the Equality Court, sitting at the Johannesburg High Court, on Thursday in the ’Dubul’ ibhunu’, translated as “Shoot the boer” or “Kill the boer”, case …

This matter was brought before the court as hate speech by AfriForum.

The lobby group argued that the song, which can be heard at many EFF rallies, incites violence and fuels farm murders. …

The court found the song did not constitute hate speech and found AfriForum had failed to prove the matter. …

After the judgment members of the EFF could be be seen singing the song ‘Kiss the Boer’ in celebration of the party’s victory.

Wikipedia:

Boers are the descendants of the Dutch-speaking Free Burghers of the eastern Cape frontier in Southern Africa … The name of the group is derived from “boer”, which means “farmer” in Dutch and Afrikaans.

How more blatant can anti-white racism be?

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hat-tip Stephen Neil