Black S. African MP refuses to withdraw ‘white boy’ remark

Economic Freedom Fighters’ Member of Parliament (MP) Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, has stuck by his ‘white boy’ remark that saw him being evicted from the National Assembly yesterday.

Ndlozi was led out by the Serjeant at Arms, after he refused to withdraw a remark that he ‘would not be monitored by a white boy’.

He was referring to a Democratic Alliance MP who had pointed out that Ndlozi was not sitting in his own seat during a vote on one of the many budget review and recommendation reports that were being adopted yesterday.

Ndlozi explained why he didn’t back down.

“It’s a representation of an attitude which is prevailing in most sections of South Africa. Which otherwise goes by the name ‘white supremacy’. So it was a rejection of that particular attitude.”

Source: EFF’s Ndlozi explains refusal to withdraw ‘white boy’ remark

2 thoughts on “Black S. African MP refuses to withdraw ‘white boy’ remark

  1. Rooikop

    When ANY standards are imposed on these people, they always call this “white supremacy”. Boggles the mind

  2. Ewald

    Another reason why the idea of a rainbow nation is wishfull thinking. Parlement is for all intents and purposes a black against white circus, even though some members succeed wonderfully to be politically correct in spite of their deep seated conviction regarding race preference.

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