Right Whingers

Right Whingers

Harking back to the good old bad old days

The first things you see in the photograph are the assault weapon, the rounds of ammunition slung over the soldier’s arm, and orange. The orange of a military flag – the orange at the bottom of the old South African flag – a colour that’s been seared into a national psyche by apartheid.

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Submitted by : Frank Haas of Polokwane on 2012-07-01 16:00:41
"from the late Eeben Barlow" ?

As far as I'm aware , he is still alive and kicking.


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