Dan Roodt, the “Afrikaner freedom fighter” and master of hot air, is suing Die Burger for calling him a racist. Roodt wants R600 000 in damages for a letter and a column which, he argues, defamed him by implying that he regards himself as superior to other racial groups, and discriminates against people on the grounds of skin colour.
Personally, I think Die Burger was spot on, but have a look at Roodt’s blog and and other writings, and judge for yourself. A tip: he refers to President Barak Obama as “America’s half-blood prince” (borrowing from the pathetic American racist “journalist” Steve Sailer) and that apartheid benefitted blacks (by giving them free education!!).
Some evidence to inform your judgment (From the Freedom Fighter’s blog):
“…black failure and white success may be ascribed to a difference in attitude. But just like two individuals may differ in both attitude and ability, it is certainly admissable that races, too, may differ not only in attitude but also in ability. How much of the one can be explained by the other? (…) Blacks generally prefer parties and festivals because a lot of them lack the mental ability to excel at such demanding subjects as mathematics and natural science which require logical reasoning and cognitive ability.”
(See also my latest update on this issue.)