Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Police Rapes: Who guards the guards?

sapgoggles-420x315What more do you need to say about the SAPS than a report is required into the number of officers accused and convicted of rape?  Considering there are officers with homicide cases against them still employed, I wish the civil servant in Community Safety the best of luck in getting anywhere with his requests. 

Source: AllAfrica

press release

Reports that two police officers in Nelspoort are amongst those accused of rape, statutory rape and sexual exploitation of four minors is most concerning and warrants serious attention. This matter will top the agenda of my meeting with the Provincial Police Commissioner on Monday.

The police are entrusted with protecting the inhabitants of South Africa and with upholding and enforcing the law. Whilst the majority of police officers are law abiding and are at the forefront of the fight against crime, we simply cannot tolerate a scenario in which certain South African Police Service (SAPS) officers are perpetrators of grievous crimes themselves.

In terms of my oversight role over the police, this matter will top the agenda at my next meeting with the Provincial Police Commissioner, General Lamoer, on Monday. I will be requesting that the investigation into this matter is properly conducted, considering that police will be investigating the police, and that the full might of the law falls on these individuals should they be found guilty.

I will also request from the SAPS a full report into:

  • the number of SAPS officers accused of rape in the Western Cape in the last year
  • the number of officers that have been convicted of rape in the last year
  • the number of these officers that are now behind bars
  • what measures have been taken to ensure that police stations are not sources of crime themselves, and
  • what measures are being taken to ensure that vulnerable minors and victims of crime are protected when they seek help from the police.

The police service is entrusted with powers to protect South Africans. We cannot allow these powers to be abused for crimes and destructive behaviour. Strong action is needed and the SAPS must be accountable to the citizens of the Western Cape.

Issued by: Western Cape Community Safety

Monday, December 26, 2011

The truth is always out there

We hope you had a wonderful time with your loved ones this Christmas.  There are hundreds of thousands of South African emigrants who were most likely far from family and friends.  I can tell you from my own experience that this is something you never get used to.  Not being able to see family and friends at a snap decision.

Rainbow NationYou can ask any citizen from any country who has gone down this route just how difficult it is.  Whether you do it for career prospects or lifestyle.  It is ten times worse when you do it because the country you have helped developed is being systematically raped and plundered, by its own government and civil servants.  Let alone the criminal elements who engage with these corrupt officials in order to enrich themselves.  It is worse, because you inevitably have to leave behind family and friends in an environment which you know is deteriorating on a daily basis.

Now you can listen to arguments all day about how things have improved since the ANC’s version of Marxist democracy was implemented in 1994.  What you have to keep in mind is that South Africa has historically been the strongest economy in Africa.  The only proof you need of that fact is that hundreds of kilometres of electrified fences had to be erected on South Africa’s northern borders during the “evil Apartheid regime’s” tenure, not to keep citizens from leaving like in the good old Soviet occupied East-Germany, but to keep keen Africans out of the country.  Africans with enough grey matter to realise being second class citizens in South Africa was far better than first class citizens in their respective black government African countries.  I dare you to mention this fact alone to the bunch of libtards and wait for their response.  Just don’t hold your breath whilst waiting.

acidThe libtards will tell you how the ANC built houses and gave utilities to thousands living in squatter camps.  They just forget to mention that the people living in squatter camps was a result of scrapping influx control.  That the government has no idea how many illegal immigrants are in the country today.  One of the reasons for numerous xenophobic attacks on other black immigrants is the fact that they obtained jobs rather than the locals, because they were prepared to work harder (or work at all) in light of their experiences in their own black government run African countries.  The libtards won’t mention that the thousands of houses and schools built by the previous government were of better quality than what the ANC provides today.  We posted some of the statistics of the previous government a few weeks ago – research done by Mike Smith.  Read it again and ask yourself what makes sense, what sounds like truth and what is propaganda.  You should know by now that propaganda is the only tool of the libtard.  The only truth you will hear from these people, is their own admission of smoking pot and using drugs, something they are usually proud of.

I recently came across a video clip of Carte Blanche, one of the few sources of some trustworthy journalism from South Africa.  Please watch it and take note of certain parts.  The fact that people are often murdered for no reason at all, like we and others have stressed so vehemently before.  That it is nothing to do with crime, but rather hate crimes against whites and also other races.  Just like farm murders have nothing to do with theft or poverty, these crimes are committed by elements which know they’ll get away with whatever they do.  That in the worst case scenario where they get caught (and you can research the minute minority of cases actually solved), there will be an official prepared to take a bribe to make a case docket disappear.

Also note how a previously disadvantaged individual compares the inferior environment his teenage children has to grow up in to what he was used to.  Note how some whites proclaim that they are prepared to work together if there was a government interested in building a country.

Or believe the propaganda of your local feathered LSD crack-head who tells you that all people emigrating from South Africa are racist supremacists.  Racist supremacists with the kind of advanced education and skills necessary to make a success in countries where even being politically incorrect isn’t tolerated, let alone racism.  Imagine that.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Dr. Peter Hammond (1 of 2) My meeting with Nelson Mandela

Dr. Peter Hammond (2 of 2) My meeting with Nelson Mandela

Sunday, December 11, 2011

ANC supports Zanu-PF

zim flag bobJust like Thabo Mbeki’s quiet diplomacy towards Mad Bob Mugarbage’s dictatorship, ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has now pledged support to him and his Zanu-PF party for next year’s elections in Zimbabwe.

Nothing says more of the nature of the ANC than this.  Like we said before, they couldn’t give a rat’s bum about the poor and “previously oppressed”.  They’re in their so-called democracy for self-enrichment and that’s that.

For those who still cannot see, we suggest you join the demented chicken, his vile lapdog and their crack-head friend’s little circle.  They openly invite people to join them in their LSD-induced fantasy trips and in that company you don’t have to worry about losing a few million brain cells.  You’ll still be the genius of the crowd.

HT: Censorbugbear

from Citipress:

Mandy Rossouw

Bulawayo – ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe yesterday pledged the ANC’s support to Zanu-PF for the national elections in Zimbabwe, expected to take place next year.

At the opening of the Zanu-PF’s yearly national conference, Mantashe said the two parties have a common history that cannot be wished away.

Mantashe“We belong together, we don’t have the luxury of thinking that we don’t,” Mantashe told the conference, which drew thousands of Zanu-PF delegates from across the country.

Zanu-PF and the ANC form part of the frontline states, which pride themselves as being ruled by former liberation movements.
“Our relationship is steeped in blood, the ANC wishes to affirm her commitment as a trust-worthy neighbour,” Mantashe said.

He pledged support for Zanu-PF for the elections, saying it is payback for the support Zanu-PF gave the ANC “when we needed it most”.

“The ANC will wait for Zanu-PF to come to us for advice about elections. Our teams stand ready to share experiences. You must do it now so that there is still time to change things before the elections,” Mantashe said, referring to the ANC’s recent election campaign for the municipal polls in May this year.

“It is important for us that Zanu-PF regains the lost ground and again represent the interests and aspirations of all Zimbabweans. We must fight the imperialist project because if it succeeds here, we are all in trouble.”

Mantashe also urged Zanu-PF to continue talking to “those who don’t agree with us”, referring to the MDC.South Africa is the mediator in the years-long conflict between Zanu-PF and the MDC.

When asked by City Press whether the ANC’s support for Zanu-PF does not complicate that process, Mantashe insisted the two processes are separate.

“That is government. We are liberation movements. The government was appointed by SADC to mediate, and we are liberation movements that have a history,” he said.

President Robert Mugabe called the Global Political Agreement (GPA), signed by Zanu-PF and the MDC, “illegal” and said elections must take place urgently to “restore democracy”.

Mugabe gave a two-and-a-half-hour-long keynote address which took the conference into the night.

He derided “imperialist forces” that want to rule Zimbabwe and took issue with the way Libya was dealt with by the United Nations (UN) and Nato.

Although he claims to be sad at the demise of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, he showed that Gaddafi was not the leader he purported to be.

“When we asked him [Gaddafi] to invest in Africa, he gave camels to some countries. Here in Zimbabwe we received four camels,” Mugabe said with a hint of sarcasm.

South African Police Farce part 5

SelebiI’ve said it before.  I admire the honest, hard working and noble individuals still doing their best, endangering their lives on a daily basis, to provide effective policing in South Africa.

Reality of course is that they are fighting a losing battle.  How can it be any different though when the leaders are setting such good examples?  One after another is suspended, in most cases with full pay, while the court cases drag on for a year or more.  At the taxpayer’s expense.  It is no surprise then that the infrastructure in South Africa is falling apart, because funds are wasted on crap like this.

I am not even going to attempt to state in my own words what Mike Smith has so eloquently written in the last few days.  I will just note the links here and you can read how two women were raped by uniformed police officers and the criminals at work INSIDE the South African Police Service.

I will leave you with a few photos taken of South Africa’s police force in action.

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Judging by the background, this photo was taken at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg








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Friday, December 09, 2011

Carbon Tax

With the COP17 currently trying to put pressure on the major polluters of the world, and the hysteria around global warming, I have to share the below with you.

It is as if all common sense is thrown out the door, and in SA, where common sense is not always displayed in abundance by the current government, it becomes even more needed to think more about some of the claims made by these wonderful people that has the well being of earth on their agenda.

And strangely enough, here where I stay, wind, solar, and nuclear power is very evident everywhere. The article made me think.

The article is by an Australian for Australia, but it applies to all and everybody. Enjoy reading it.

Carbon Tax

First I should clarify, my name is Terence Cardwell. I spent 25 years in the Electricity Commission of NSW working, commissioning and operating the various power units. My last was the 4 X 350 MW Munmorah Power Stations near Newcastle. I would be pleased to supply you any information you may require.

I have sat by for a number of years frustrated at the rubbish being put forth about carbon dioxide emissions, thermal coal fired power stations and renewable energy and the ridiculous Emissions Trading scheme.

Frustration at the lies told (particularly during the election) about global pollution. Using Power Station cooling towers for an example. The condensation coming from those cooling towers is as pure as that that comes out of any kettle.

Frustration about the so-called incorrectly named man-made 'carbon emissions' which of course is Carbon Dioxide emissions and what it is supposedly doing to our planet

Frustration about the lies told about renewable energy and the deliberate distortion of renewable energy and its ability to replace fossil fuel energy generation. And frustration at the ridiculous carbon credit programme which is beyond comprehension.

And further frustration at some members of the public who have not got a clue about thermal Power Stations or Renewable Energy. Quoting ridiculous figures about something they clearly have little or no knowledge of. First coal fired power stations do NOT send 60 to 70% of the energy up the chimney. The boilers of modern power station are 96% efficient and the exhaust heat is captured by the economisers and reheaters that heat the air and water before entering the boilers.

The very slight amount exiting the stack is moist as in condensation and CO2. There is virtually no fly ash because this is removed by the precipitators or bagging plant that are 99.98% efficient. The 4% lost is heat through boiler wall convection.

Coal-fired Power Stations are highly efficient with very little heat loss and can generate a massive amount of energy for our needs. They can generate power at efficiency of less than 10,000 b.t.u. per kilowatt and cost-wise that is very low.

The percentage cost of mining and freight is very low. The total cost of fuel is 8% of total generation cost and does NOT constitute a major production cost.

As for being laughed out of the country, China is building multitudes of coal-fired power stations because they are the most efficient for bulk power generation.

We have, like, the USA, coal-fired power stations because we HAVE the raw materials and are VERY fortunate to have them. Believe me no one is laughing at Australia – exactly the reverse, they are very envious of our raw materials and independence.

The major percentage of power in Europe and U.K. is nuclear because they don't have the coal supply for the future.

Yes it would be very nice to have clean, quiet, cheap energy in bulk supply. Everyone agrees that it would be ideal. You don't have to be a genius to work that out. But there is only one problem---It doesn't exist

Yes - there are wind and solar generators being built all over the world but they only add a small amount to the overall power demand.

The maximum size wind generator is 3 Megawatts, which can rarely be attained on a continuous basis because it requires substantial forces of wind. And for the same reason only generate when there is sufficient wind to drive them. This of course depends where they are located but usually they only run for 45% -65% of the time, mostly well below maximum capacity. They cannot be relied on for a 'base load ‘because they are too variable. And they certainly could not be used for load control.

The peak load demand for electricity in Australia is approximately 50,000 Megawatts and only small part of this comes from the Snowy Hydro Electric System (the ultimate power

Generation) because it is only available when water is there from snow melt or rain. And yes, they can pump it back but it costs to do that. (Long Story).

Tasmania is very fortunate in that they have mostly hydro-electric generation because of their high amounts of snow and rainfall. They also have wind generators (located in the roaring forties) but that is only a small amount of total power generated.

Based on an average generating output of 1.5 megawatts (of unreliable power) you would require over 33,300 wind generators.

As for solar power generation much research has been done over the decades and there are two types.

Solar thermal generation and Solar Electric generation but in each case they cannot generate large amounts of electricity.

Any clean, cheap energy is obviously welcomed but they would NEVER have the capability of replacing Thermal Power Generation. So get your heads out of the clouds, do some basic mathematics and look at the facts, - not going off with the fairies (or some would say the extreme greenies.)

We are all greenies in one form or another and care very much about our planet. The difference is most of us are realistic. Not in some idyllic utopia where everything can be made perfect by standing around holding a banner and being a general pain in the backside.

Here are some facts that will show how ridiculous this financial madness is that the government is following. Do the simple maths and see for yourselves.

According to the 'believers' the CO2 in air has risen from .034% to .038% in air over the last 50 years.

To put the percentage of Carbon Dioxide in air in a clearer perspective;

If you had a room 3.7 x 3.7 x 2.1 metres the area carbon dioxide would occupy in that room would be .25 x .25 x .17m or the size of a large packet of cereal.

Australia emits 1% of the world's total carbon Dioxide and the government wants to reduce this by 20%t or reduce emissions by 0.2 % of the world's total CO2 emissions.

What effect will this have on existing CO2 levels?

By their own figures they state the CO2 in air has risen from .034% to .038% in 50 years.

Assuming this is correct, the world CO2 has increased in 50 years by...004%.

Per year that is .004 divided by 50 = ...00008%. (Getting confusing -but stay with me).

Of that because we only contribute 1% our emissions would cause CO2 to rise .00008 divided by 100 =...0000008%.

Of that 1%, we supposedly emit, the governments wants to reduce it by 20% which is 1/5th of .0000008 =...00000016% effect per year they would have on the world CO2 emissions based on their own figures.

That would equate to an area in the same room, as the size of a small pin.

For that they have gone crazy with the ridiculous trading schemes, Solar and Roofing Installations, Clean Coal Technology Renewable Energy, etc, etc.

How ridiculous it that?

The cost to the general public and industry will be enormous.

Cripple and even closing some smaller businesses.

Thursday, December 08, 2011

The Evil Apartheid Regime

n45627790097_1360229_9657The following was sent to me in an email, without citing the original source.  Even though some of the statistics seemed familiar, I could not quite remember where I had seen it.

Turns out the source is Mike Smith’s “Opening Pandora’s Apartheid Box” -series of articles.  It doesn’t surprise me.  He is the type of guy who will do painstaking research into any topic he writes about.  His series on Apartheid South Africa is well worth the read.

But then I am a bit biased.  Because Mike Smith and Uhuru Guru occupy top positions on my most-admired bloggers list.

You have probably heard all the propaganda about the “oppressive” white government in charge in South Africa before the Marxist ANC regime took power.  The millions of blacks killed by the white government.  When in actual fact more died at the hands of other blacks than the government. There is no proof of that phenomena in the “new, improved” South Africa, with the astonishing crime rate, is there?

Look, any right-minded individual will tell you that there were some silly laws that required filing in the dustbin.  Some sooner than later.  But if you know anything about the history of South Africa, you will know that many of these silly laws were ditched long before the criminal ANC could implement their self-enriching, embezzling regulations from 1994.

So how about these interesting statistics about “Apartheid South Africa” then?

From Mike Smith’s “Pandora’s Apartheid Box”:

The Apartheid government built ten Universities for blacks including Medunsa, which is a unique medical university that turned out 200 highly qualified black doctors every year.  All at state costs, paid for by the white taxpayers.  It also trained paramedics and nurses.

Since 1970 the budget for black education was raised by about 30% per year, every year.  More than any other government department.

In the period 1955 -1984 the amount of black school students increased 31-fold from 35,000 to 1,096,000.  65% of black South African children were at school compared to Egypt 64%, Nigeria 57%, Ghana 52%, Tanzania 50% and Ethiopia 29%.

Amongst the adults of South Africa, 71% could read and write (80% between the ages 12 and 22).  Compare this to Kenya 47%, Egypt 38%, Nigeria 34% and Mozambique at 26%.

In South Africa, the whites built 15 new classrooms for blacks every working day, every year.  At 40 children per class it meant space for an additional 600 black students every day.

In 1985 there were 42,000 black students at 5 universities in South Africa, about the same amount at the universities of the homelands.  But many foreigners have never even heard of the homelands.

In an article called "Die Afrikaner", 11 Feb 1987, the quarterly magazine called "Vox Africana Nr 29 4/87 stated that South Africa had 4.8 million whites and 18.2 million blacks in 1987.  The whites paid 77% of the taxes and the blacks only 15%.  Despite this, 56% of the government budget was spent on blacks.

During the time of Dr Verwoerd, the living standards of blacks was rising at 5.4% per year against that of the whites at 3.9% per year.  In 1965 the economic growth of South Africa was the second highest in the world at 7,9%. The rate of inflation was a mere 2% per annum and the prime interest rate only 3% per annum.  Domestic savings were so great that South Africa needed no foreign loans for normal economic expansion.

Even Lord Deedes admitted: "White South Africa grew to become the economic giant of the continent, the other members of the Commonwealth virtually sank into poverty."

At the height of Apartheid in 1978, Soweto had 115 football fields, 3 rugby fields, 4 athletic tracks, 11 cricket fields, 2 golf courses, 47 tennis courts, 7 swimming pools built to Olympic standards, 5 bowling alleys, 81 netball fields, 39 children play parks and countless civic halls, movie houses and clubhouses.  In addition to this, Soweto had 300 churches, 365 schools, 2 Technical Colleges, 8 clinics, 63 child day care centres, 11 post offices and its own fruit and vegetable market.

There were 2,300 registered companies that belonged to black businessmen and around 1,000 private taxi companies.  3% of the 50,000 vehicle owners in 1978 were Mercedes Benz owners.

Soweto alone had more cars, taxis, schools, churches and sport facilities than most independent countries in Africa.  The blacks of South Africa had more private vehicles than the entire white population of the USSR at the time.