CNN is trying to destroy this poor South African man for enjoying a day at the beach:
“(CNN)A video of a man making racist comments while on a beach has prompted widespread outrage and sparked a conversation about racism in South Africa.
In video apparently taken on a beach in an unknown place, the man who was named in South African news reports and on social media as Adam Catzavelos, uses a derogatory term for black people widely known in South Africa as the K-word.
The video has caused widespread outrage since a Twitter user posted it on the platform on Tuesday.
The hashtag #AdamCatzavelos has since been trending as people used Twitter to condemn his comments, with some sharing his personal and work details as well as those of his wife, Kelly Catzavelos, who South African media says works as a merchandising director for sportswear firm Nike in South Africa. …”
What did he do that was so terrible?
Spread the word!!
The racist in that video calling us Kaffirs is reportedly, Adam Catzavelos.
Let him stay in that beach. We dont want him back here!
— Kgopolo Mphela (@PhilMphela) August 21, 2018
Adam Catzavelos was a little too honest about race realism and the environment in post-apartheid South Africa. He dared to say out loud what everyone knows is true.
The South African Human Rights Commission and Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters have opened up a criminal “racism investigation” on this “entitled settler.” They want White people “to get the message” that you can’t talk about what a social justice beach looks like.
Note: It looks like we might be talking a lot about South Africa in the future.
— Economic Freedom Fighters (@EFFSouthAfrica) August 22, 2018
[WATCH] "We are hoping and praying that white people get the message… We are not going to tolerate name-calling," says EFF's @MandisaMashego as the party opened a case against #AdamCatzavelos at the Bramley police station. pic.twitter.com/W2NFkHBErD
— Eyewitness News (@ewnupdates) August 22, 2018