South Africa: If Things Don’t Seem Right, Just Start Throwing Chairs

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 7, 2019

Can you imagine any universe in which white people just start throwing chairs around during a political debate?


A televised election debate in South Africa erupted into chaotic violence when rival groups began throwing chairs at each other live on air.

Supporters of the Land Party and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) turned on one another during Friday’s event, though local media reports that it’s not clear what exactly sparked the huge brawl.

How is it possible that any singular person on earth can say this “race doesn’t exist” thing with a straight face?

How would they explain blacks throwing these chairs?

That they were doing it because of racism against them?

Or would they just say “wow just wow, I can’t even believe you would suggest that black people throwing chairs at each other at a political event indicates some kind of biological difference between the races”?

It isn’t even being mean to simply say: “these people are ultra primitive, and this plan to mix them all in together with whites while claiming that they are exactly the same as us in lunacy.”