Thought you could hide it, hey?

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Thought you could hide it, hey?
Thought you could hide it, hey? Screenshot: Front National SA

The liberal media in South Africa is now becoming concerned about the fact that the message about “genocide” is spreading.

They thought they’d be able to hide it forever.

No, you can’t. Front National told you all along – drawing a blanket over it, will have the same effect as covering doggie poo with a sieve. You might not recognise it immediately, but the smell will give it away.

To fall back on the old argument of white racism to downplay it won’t help either.

So better live up to your integrity as journalists and start reporting about what is REALLY happening in South Africa. The liberal media houses and their political leader lackeys trying to deny the fact, will eventually find that they have wasted their time and effort.

The story is out and nothing will stop it.

Read the original article on Front Nasionaal SA – blad

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