Video: DA suspends controversial MP Renaldo Gouws for his rac!st rant; Here’s the Video of everything he said

DA decided to suspend Renaldo Gouws from office due to “racist statements” appearing on social media after he was sworn in as a member of parliament.

Party claims Gouws posted the video in which he used “interesting language” that was real and not fake as previously suspected.

Gouws was dismissed pending disciplinary proceedings before the party’s legal committee.

“The DA has established that the video, in which Renaldo Gouws uses execrable language, is in fact genuine and not a fake as initially suspected. The DA Federal Executive has therefore suspended Mr Gouws with immediate effect while he faces disciplinary charges before the Party’s Federal Legal Commission.” –  the Statement reads

 

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In last night’s episode, the MP asked what would happen if a white person supported it. He heard her say: “Okay, there are two things I mean. Kill the fucking murderers, kill all the fucking niggas. ”

It was previously reported that Gouws meant in this video that “if Africa disappears from the world, no one will say ***** that” even though whites are portrayed as enemies.

The SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) said it would take action against Gouws in the Equality Court in Gqeberha on Thursday over allegations of racially motivated comments in online magazines.

“In the video, Mr Gouws allegedly used hurtful and derogatory language, calling for the killing of black people.A shocking new video has emerged of Renaldo Gouws.

In the video Gouws says “Alright so there’s a couple of things I want to say. Kill the fucking kaffirs, kill all the fucking n*ggers. That’s all I gotta fcing say. Kill all the kaffirs! Kill all the fucking n*ggers!” “This footage, which was first published on the YouTube channel in March 2010, was archived and resurfaced despite being deleted, revealing behavior inconsistent with the principles of dignity and equality enshrined in the SA Act,” he said.

 

 

Prosecutor John Steenhuisen initially defended Gouws, saying his previous comments were based on the youth’s intuition.

Gouws said the video started when I was “young and a student.” Gouws denied the accusations were racist, although he said he regretted the language he used at the time.

However, the party has now decided to temporarily recall him while internal disciplinary authorities investigate the charges against him.

Gouws is no stranger to controversy. His YouTube videos on race and SA issues often go viral, and many people reject his views.

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