South African flag burned in Swedish
By Ofentse Mokae
24 April 2010
The South African embassy in Sweden has confirmed that members of Neo-Nazi organisation burned a South Africa flag during a protest march in Stockholm.
Newsflash reports that the ultra-rightwing group called the South Africa government a “terrorist regime”, accusing it of inciting what they regard as “genocide” against white people.
The group of about 60 members of the Swedish Resistance Movement cited the murder of more than three-thousand white farmers since 1994 and other violent crimes like rape and robbery.
They asked how the governments of the world, including the Swedish, could support South Africa’s staging of the Soccer World Cup.
In their protest last weekend, they also referred to ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema’s singing of the Shoot the Boer song.