White people in South Africa seem to be having a hard time dealing with the fact that apartheid is over. Or they’re having a hard time dealing with the reality of being poor and blaming it on reverse apartheid. Similar to the cries of reverse racism here in the U.S.

Coronation Park is considered a white slum or shanty town in Krugersdorp, South Africa. Impoverished white families have taken residence in the area, and have complained about the “affirmative action” practices in South Africa that now benefit black people and leave them in the dust.

Take a look at the clip below:

“I’m sorry, it’s racist. I’m not racist,” sounds just like some white people in the U.S.

In a recent BBC report, young white people have complained about not being able to get jobs because the country Nelson Mandela created left them behind.

“My parents say it’s harder to get a job if you’re white and that I should move out of the country,” says Josh, 15.

Nathan, also white, says being free isn’t a concept reserved for just black South Africans.

“My brother can’t get into certain universities because they first take blacks and people of colour.

“I know things were hard for them in the past, but we can’t switch it onto white people. We need to work together,” he says.

Nelson Mandela was released from jail in February 1990 after years of talks

One 26-year-old white South African, who didn’t want to be named, believes the country that Mandela created and leaves behind is a “disturbing” one.

“I’ve been told in corporate interviews, we can’t let a white candidate through before a black one.

“It’s like reverse apartheid but a generally accepted one.”

After posting the video to Facebook last night,  a friend  reminded me of something Chris Rock said, “It’s just a slum with under-educated folks mad about stuff. Just like Chris Rock says “nothin scarier than a broke white dude. He’s like, how did this happen to me? I’m white!”


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  • eve-audrey

    thanks for your feed back camila. did you realized you just criticized “the blacks who are always pity themselves to achieve their goals” when the article is about a group of whites blaming “the blacks” for them being poor? of course afrikaners don’t resent british people (if your little story is even true) they blame “the blacks” when they fail instead.you made me laugh thank you. people like you are really useless.

  • Charl Edwards

    As white South African when I worked with the poor and needy blacks in 1994 to 2002, I was well accepted by both black and white people. But as time moved on, everything changed and the attitude from both sides become extremely aggressive. Blacks tell me almost daily that they do not need the help from white people, it is now their country and they now make the rules. Many whites on the other hand, say to me they are not willing to support anyone who tries to help the blacks. So those who have something to say about racism, blaming only one group, must get their facts right. Racism has never ended in South Africa, it has only become greater, and both black and white are equally guilty. Let us just look at the TV programmes, who dominates TV, black or white? Let us stop playing the evil game of colour and race, because in the end there will be no winner.

  • Leah Barnhart Tysse

    So glad I don’t live in these terribad countries with you ignorant fucks.

  • kjh64

    The best thing for Blacks and Whites and every race is total and complete separation into separate countries. That way, every race can make their own laws and run things their own way.