Woke Twitter forwarded to Cape Town, Africa, the prejudiced assertions made by Penny Sparrow, Chris Hart and Justin van Vuuren last Sunday.
Reverberation of the racially motivated discussion in Twittersphere was perceived throughout the universe.
This incited Chris Hart’s suspension as analyst by Standard Bank and all three individuals have,charges of discrimination initiated against them. Woke Twitter has become a fastidious operation which deserves scrutiny. Woke Twitter is indicative of being culturally and nationally cognizant. This phrase surfaced by global developments #BlackLivesMatter in the U.S. and #RhodesMustFall crusade activated by Twitter.
The definition of “woke” means seeing through the extensive publicity and becoming keenly attentive to “real issues” as well as confronting sex and gender held criticism, and expands further past the race boundary.
Woke Twitter attacks social media users who deem to exhibit modes of racism or gender discrimination. Their directive is renouncing sequential reference of the country as a Rainbow Nation, and conclude radical process must take place against those who stand in the path of conversion.
Twitter assemblage is becoming more extensive with hash bags that link hundreds of thousands of users to current issues. These Twitter advocates are creating real world effects with objectivity not only for confronting public affront, but even face the fear of losing their jobs.
The constitution defines that everyone has the privilege to exercise their human right with the stipulation,that the rights of others are not breached.
According to prominent legal analyst Brenda Wardle, Penny Sparrow’s right to freedom of speech encroached on the basic right to human decorum. In other words,she unlawfully flawed and tarnished the gentility of black people using racially abhorrent verbal terminology.
Brenda Wardle is a respected South African legal analyst and author. She possesses three law degrees and others. She is a deemed authority on human rights with justice for all, and she has been highlighted in various publications.
She wrote a novel that is broadly based on her life and impressive legal career. She is set to release the book entitled To Kill A Fragile Rose, which is based on The State’s Case Against Oscar Pistorius.
She is frequently invited to participate in speaking in front of colleagues and law students to share her immense knowledge and expertise in law.
Brenda Wardle continues to hold the esteemed position of COO at the Wardle College of Law where she is cementing her legacy of excellence.
Watch Brenda Wardle discuss the Oscar Pistorius trial