Smart speaks outThe new Social Movement Against Racist Tendencies (Smart), founded by, among others, education department spokesperson Panyaza Lesufi, said it was not surprised by Visagie's behaviour. "The latest outburst by the General Secretary of AWB confirms our long held view that racists are handled with kids glove (sic) in our country, just imagine if it was Julius Malema who behaved like this," it said in a statement. Smart said the media was "glorifying racists". "eTV as been glorifying racists since the death of Eugene Terre'Blanche and chickens have come home to roost." Smart's Panyaza Lesufi claims they already have 5000 members, among them "socialites, politicians, musicians, lawyers and professionals". He said Smart was briefing its legal team to "urgently" lay charges of intimidation against Visagie, as well as apply for an urgent interdict to stop displays of the old South African flag at Terre'Blanche's funeral in Ventersdorp on Friday. Smart would officially be launched on 16 June, Lesufi said.