Friday, June 27, 2008

South African crime and the ANC

Submitted by Loggi

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South Africa now has the proud distinction of being on top of the crime statics lists. They have edged passed Colombia to claim this top spot.

To fully understand this proud distinction, one must realize that Colombia is in an armed struggle with Marxist rebels and Paramilitaries. There are up to 10,000 members on various sides caught up in this war and yet South Africa has managed to surpass them with murders per capita.

Colombia`s senator Uribe won the presidential election on a anti crime ticket, were he wowed to wipe out the Marxist rebels. He has delivered on this promise and now in his second term in office he has popularity is at an unprecedented 84%.

The ANC government in contrast has taken a different approach to crime. To protect their thieving band of comrades they have disbanded the only effective policing force, before it may expose any further comrades, leaving the law abiding citizens out in the cold

Now we have to bear in mind that in the case of Colombia, these are jungle wars being fought by rebels in the far flung jungles of this vast country, with no impact on the daily lives of the ordinary citizens.

In South Africa however, this war is fought with unarmed civilians in their cities, suburbs, farms and homes without the support of the government and its institutions.

The Marxist ANC comrades who proclaimed equality for all have decided that they are indeed more equal than others and embarked on a quest to enrich themselves at any or all costs. Under the wonderful police leadership of terrorist criminals like Jackie Selebi and Robert McBride, this total disregard for law and order has seeped into every fibre of our police forces, to the point that we have cops blockading roads and holding Johannesburg, the economic powerhouse of South Africa to ransom.

It is these very same cops that are supposedly to be our thin blue line. How much respect can we have for these thugs in uniform or even the institution they represent after their very public display of criminality?

One can understand the fear and reluctance of ordinary citizens to stop when approached by one of these individuals.

We have all heard enough stories and seen enough evidence to know that there is almost no difference between the criminals on government payroll and those that are not fortunate enough to be issued with the tools to rob and murder you.

The ANC is rotten to the core, and no amount of fanfare in London can change the fact that each and every one of these comrades have so many skeletons in the closet that it is in their own interest to have a non functioning criminal justice system in South Africa.

And to further illustrate their commitment to change they have elected an even worse criminal to lead this once proud nation down the path of total failure.

2 Opinion(s):

Anonymous said...

Number ONE !

I always knew that we - with a little help from the ANC - could do it.
Now if we could also compete in the categories :

crumbling infrostructure
crumbling healthservice
crumbling education
police corruption
political corruption etc....

we would be assured of a shower of olympic gold !

Anonymous said...

We also have to keep in mind that these so-called official figures have been modified by the corrupt authorities in SA, making the picture even worse.