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Meet the chap who designed the South African flag - Mbuyiseni Ndlozi exposed that

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi took to Twitter and share with his followers the man who designed the South African flag. Mbuyiseni is a black consciousness activists. He doesn't like white laws and white Constitution. He was criticised for his stance on the burnt Parliament building on Cape Town. Unfortunately most blacks don't understand. Everything from white people for them is gospel, it can't be broken. We don't have faith in ourselves. Everything we have we inherited from the whites.

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi


Meet the chap who designed the South African flag… 

According to the government, South African government website, it says the flag was designed by Mr Fred Brownell a former South African State Herald. It was first used on 27 April 1994. It look like the man was working for the apartheid state.

all along we are celebrating a flag from none African? We sing Die Stem. We using their flag, we are in their democracy. But what have what have we done. Though someone said, the RSA flag stand for, well red- blood which spilled in in South Africa before democracy. White is peace and green is for our green land. Yellow stands our mineral,black-black power & blue-sky blue.

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Run for your life when the oppressor celebrates your victory, champions your democracy and orchestrates reconciliation, umlungu once said they are lucky black people don't want revenge. The best revenge is repossession. Soon they will Capexit

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Cape Mbuyiseni Mbuyiseni Ndlozi Parliament South African


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