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Where Does The Woke Movement Ultimately Lead? Suicide

by | May 7, 2019

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The “woke” anti-white movement — predominantly in Evangelical circles emanating from progressive outlets such as The Gospel Coalition and The Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission — is a gospel-less form of works righteousness that inevitably leads to hopelessness and futility. The movement, rooted in Marxist Critical Theory, is designed to be divisive and demands that white people somehow “atone” for the sin of “whiteness” through endless penance in the form of reparations and various other redistributive acts. The movement does not allow for forgiveness and reconciliation, despite its popular name of “racial reconciliation.”

The futility of the movement cannot be more clearly displayed in what took recently with a white journalist who was sold out to the movement and devoted his life and career to campaigning against “whiteness.” The following report is from The Citizen.

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Political commentator and actor Pieter Howes takes his own life

He had a significant Twitter presence, and his passing has been met with tributes from many on the platform.

Political and social commentator Pieter Howes has passed away, allegedly after taking his own life.

The news was confirmed on Facebook by his father, artist At Botha.

“I just want to let all my friends know tonight that my youngest child Pieter has passed away – I’m struggling to process it, and know that with all my FB friends, I won’t be able to answer your messages. I know you care, and that’s enough. Love, At,” he said in Afrikaans.

Howes was a South African political and social commentator who wrote for publications including US-based website The Inquisitr. He also founded The Enwhitenment Project, described on Twitter as “a social collective that aims to build awareness of all things related to Whiteness in order to bridge the racial divide.”

Before this, he was known as an actor, theatre director, playwright, and television scriptwriter under the name Pieter Bosch Botha, which he changed to Howes after getting married to his partner Craig Howes.

https://twitter.com/PieterHowes/status/864866608665292805

He was possibly best known for his large following and significant presence on social media, particularly Twitter.

He considered himself a supporter of social justice and believed that white people in South Africa needed to play a role in owning up to and addressing their role in past injustices. His views were left-wing and he expressed open support for the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).

Howes sent out a few tweets on May 3, prior to his passing, that some on social media have cited as evidence that his plans to take his own life had already been made, including one calling on people to “be kind to one another” and one saying that he was “not afraid of the moment of death”.

https://twitter.com/PieterHowes/status/1124245114401042432
https://twitter.com/PieterHowes/status/1124250138782908417

His cause of death is believed to be suicide, television reporter Thinus Ferreira reports on his blog.

His body was reportedly found in a Sandton hotel on Saturday after he didn’t return home and his husband used cellphone tracking technology to find him.

He suffered from bipolar disorder, playwright and family friend Wim Vorster told Netwerk24.

Many people have taken to social media to express grief and offer condolences to his family and friends.

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