“Know Your DA” – tweets on the DA’s “Untold Story”

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Drewan Baird. Oudtshoorn. 20 April 2013. 08h00. Readers already know my scorn of the DA’s “Untold Story” – click here for my views in the matter.

Twitter now has a hash for this “New SA History” – the umpteenth version of what was as we know it but never realised since 1994: #KnowYourDA

@chestermissing: “Are YOU DA positive? Protect your family, and get tested.”

@KgaboWaAfrika: “Did you know? DA is the only party that belives that white ppl didnt benefit from you knw what.”


“SA history would be outrageously amusing & funny if it was narrated by the DA. Hilarious #KnowYourDA.”

“Shaka Zulu was born in Amsterdam in 1747.”

“Simon v/d Stel was a 2nd cousin to Shaka’s dad Senzangakhona.”

“Dingaan killed white Afrikaner Shaka ’cause he wanted the Zulu Empire to merge with the Natalia Republic.”

“Ray Charles of Ulundi is a descendant of the Boers, nobody doubted his opposition to apartheid.”

“In the upcoming weeks you’ll learn that @helenzille was banned by ANC govt in 1958 and went to Zambia as a refugee.”

@Murrayingram: “The X in Malcolm X was actually a symbolic gesture to the DA – if he could’ve voted for them he would’ve.”

@DrewanBaird: “Eschel Rhoodie is not dead, but kept artificially alive in Argentina to advise ANC on secreting money away.”

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