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Monday, 31 August 2009

Officer Does Not Like anti-Obama Poster: "It ain't [America] no more, OK?"

Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Zuma to visit Zimbabwe

South Africa President Jacob ZumaYou would think that Mr Showerhead has plenty to occupy himself with in South Africa, what with all the strikes and protests (does police firing rubber bullets at soldiers count?) back home.  Or am I missing the point here?  For one I would think keeping “pikkewyndoos” Malema (penguin fanny for you Brits & Aussies; penguin beaver for you Americans – useless for man, fish and animal) under control is pretty much a full-time job.  The idiot couldn’t resist using the welcome home party for athletes to spew his usual anti-white hate crap.  Or will this be the typical African exchanging-spit-in-the-shower-get-together?  I think dear comrade leader is merely following in the footsteps of his predecessor, getting the hell out of the country when the heat is on and spending as much time arse-kissing as possible.  No white arses allowed…

From Voice of America News, Peta Thornycroft, Harare

Many Zimbabweans are looking with anticipation toward South African President Jacob Zuma's planned visit to Harare Thursday. Many are hoping that President Zuma, as outgoing chairman of SADC, will help unblock many outstanding issues in the political agreement which brought the inclusive government to power.  Just one question here – what exactly did he achieve as chairman of the SADC?

Mr. Zuma's visit comes at a crucial time for the inclusive government with many Movement for Democratic Change leaders saying President Robert Mugabe's ZANU-PF ministers and senior civil servants are blocking political reforms that stand in the way of international aid and investment.

zim flag bob In turn, ZANU-PF leaders say E.U. and U.S. sanctions, mainly travel restrictions against Mr. Mugabe and his colleagues, are responsible for Zimbabwe's dire economic situation.  But of course, it has nothing to do with Mad Bob’s land-grab operations where white farmers were illegally evicted from farms and the resulting disaster of black-owned farm production (which is actually a contradiction in terms).

But many in the MDC are concerned about Mr. Zuma's chairmanship of the Southern African Development Community, or SADC, coming to an end next month when he hands the position over to Joseph Kabila, president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, seen by many Zimbabweans as an ally of President Robert Mugabe.

Austine Moyo, MDC chairman in South Africa, expressed fears about President Zuma's chairmanship coming to an end.

"And now with Zuma coming in, getting the baton stick towards the end of the race, where he is actually to hand it over to Kabila, it is worrying, because we have a lot of confidence in the presence of South Africa currently, to be able to move things in Zimbabwe. But his time is not enough," said Moyo.  Apart from the criminal South African government intending to MOVE weapons in Zimbabwe, I am not too sure which other things will be moved.

Many in the MDC say there is no progress in writing a new constitution, or establishing an independent electoral authority or several other governance issues. MDC legislators are regularly arrested and more than a dozen human rights activists are awaiting trial on terrorism charges. Their lawyers say police have no evidence against them.

In a statement, President Zuma's office said he will, in his capacity as SADC chairman, hold talks with Mr. Mugabe, Mr. Tsvangirai and deputy prime minister Arthur Mutambara on implementation of the agreement. SADC and the African Union guaranteed the so-called global political agreement, and Mr. Zuma's visit comes just three weeks after Mr. Tsvangirai visited him in South Africa.  Read:  They will enjoy a feast of barbequed prawns and champagne they can’t pronounce whilst the citizens are panning for gold in riverbeds to exchange for kernels of corn at the local market – which won’t be there for too long either at the rate white South African farmers are exterminated.  The corn, that is, not the market.  Come to think of it, without the corn there probably won’t be too much of a market either.

Mr. Zuma will also officially open the Harare Agricultural Show on Friday. The show was once the showcase of a vibrant commercial farming sector which produced 40 percent of Zimbabwe's exports.  “Was once?”  What changed?  Let me guess, it’s those bloody EU & US sanctions again.  Chased those white farmers right off their land…

The sector collapsed with seizure of thousands of white owned farms from 2000 and now many people say the show has become little more than a flea market. Many factories have closed down during the economic crisis of the last ten years and there are few agricultural exhibits.

A manufacturer told VOA the show which opened to the public Monday is disappointing.

"So far business is slow, getting a few inquiries and hoping business will pick up tomorrow," he said. "Most people are coming to inquire about protective clothing but basically the numbers of people coming in are not what we expected or experienced in past years."

A visitor to the show said few people these days have enough money to visit to the show.  Really?  Who would have thought that in a country where citizens pan for gold to exchange for corn (when they’re not trying to scale barbed-wire fences for the reward of challenges in Xenophobic South Africa) not many people would have funds to visit agricultural shows.

"People don't have enough money there's a low turn out, there is nothing here, its boring, everything is very low," he said.  But don’t worry, Zuma is on his way.  Wipe those arses, they’re about to be kissed by a king…

The show runs until Saturday.

Thursday, 20 August 2009

Say no more…

fail-owned-racism-fail

Monday, 17 August 2009

Mark Levin Kicks Some Harvard Ass

Michael Savage Speaks With A Drug Addled Liberal

Protestor hit in the face at the end of speech

Thursday, 13 August 2009

Do you get it NOW?

Some people understand better when you draw little pictures for them.  Below are some for the LLLL.  Yes, it’s not the LLL anymore.  I thought Leftist Liberal Loser Lackeys described this group of delusional souls better.  But I still wonder if they get it now…

beer4

beer5

I Luv SA

Saturday, 8 August 2009

Family set alight, cops arrive 2 hours later

By Sameer Naik, IOL

page_15842935 Two adults and 14-month-old twins are fighting for their lives after a heartlessly cruel attack.
The four were tied up at a Randburg house in Olympic Street, Blairgowrie, allegedly by a gang of four men, yesterday afternoon. They were doused in petrol and set alight.

The father managed to untie himself and hit the alarm. ADT security guards who responded alerted Netcare paramedics. Together the father and the security guard tried to put out the flames engulfing the toddlers and the woman.

'The baby girl is in the worst condition as she suffers from chest problems'

The police, however, arrived only almost two hours later, despite news of the attack being broadcast on the hour by 702 Talk Radio.

Netcare 911 spokesperson Mark Stokoe said the room in which the family had been tied up had been totally gutted by the blaze.

"When I arrived on the scene and entered the staff quarters, the mattresses, curtains and children's toys were all burnt. It looks like the victim lost everything in the fire."

The tiny twins lay on a stretcher with bandages wrapped around their entire bodies, hiding the terrible burns they had sustained.

Paramedics worked for more than an hour to stabilise the woman and the toddlers before airlifting the family to hospital. The babies were taken to Chris Hani-Baragwanath Hospital's renowned burns unit.  Their parents, who are both said to be in their 30s, were taken to Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital.

'After this incident I've decided to buy a shotgun'

Stokoe was not sure of the exact condition of the victims.

"All four were burnt. However, we are not sure of the extent of the burns yet. (They were all in a critical condition.)

"The baby girl is in the worst condition as she suffers from chest problems, so we are very concerned about the amount of smoke she inhaled."

Linden police finally arrived at the scene after hearing of the attack on the radio. Officers claimed they hadn't been alerted to the incident because their police radios were not working at the time, and they were forced to communicate via SMS.

Stokoe said it was unclear what exactly happened, but police confirmed there were no signs of forced entry. "It could have been a domestic dispute or armed robbery. We are unsure of what exactly happened. The owner of the house, however, did say she did not notice anything missing."
According to the domestic worker, Stokoe said, four men entered his quarters in Olympic Road around 2.20pm, tied him and his family up, before dousing them in petrol.

The owner of the house, who was at work at the time of incident, did not want to comment last night.

As the paramedics worked, horrified residents gathered at the scene.

Neighbours said that while they were appalled by the brutality of the crime, they weren't surprised by the police's late arrival.

A family friend, Eva Ramaboea, said the area had recorded several robberies in the past month, but police were not acting with urgency.

"They take very long to get to the scene, and by then the criminals are always gone. They need to jack up because this area is becoming dangerous and police are not doing anything to put us, as residents, at ease," said Ramaboea.

Maureen Aldworth, another neighbour, said: "It's absolutely horrific to see what has happened. The people who did this must be very sick, disgusting and demented, and I hope the police arrest them soon."

Another neighbour, who did not want to be named, said he would take the law into his own hands because the "police cannot do their job properly".

"After this incident I've decided to buy a shotgun, and if any incident happens again, I will go myself and shoot the f***ers myself."

Many residents gathered outside the house said they were fed up with crime in Blairgowrie.

"There were three robberies in one week in the street I stay in, and each time the police were not on time at the scene. I hope the police learn from this incident and in the future arrive on time," said Aldworth.

Another resident said she had been living in Blairgowrie for years but had never heard of such an incident in her life.

"I've lived here for 26 years yet I don't know most of my neighbours, because everybody has their huge wall in front of their house. If we all knew each other, it could have helped in incidents such as today's."

Obama: 1 Speech, 2 Faces

Thursday, 6 August 2009

Cop moves into police station

SA Mandela Marx I found the following post by Uhuru Guru of South Africa Sucks. Only in South Africa…

Johannesburg – The commanding officer of an East Rand police station has moved lock, stock and barrel into his office.

Senior Superintendent David Matlahola has been living in his office at Ratanda police station near Heidelberg since the police stopped paying him (with taxpayers’ money) approximately R8 000 per month to stay in a guest house.

Beeld was told that staff at the police station have no option but to stand by and watch as Matlahola washes himself in the kitchen every morning.

Apparently he’s also held meetings in his pyjamas, and has sent officers out to buy his lunch when they should be working.

Matlahola has been on sick leave for the past two weeks, while still staying in his office, said Johan Bester, chair of the Heidelberg Community Policing Forum (CPF).

“Staff couldn’t get to the photocopiers and fax machines to send or receive important documents.”

Seeking government house

When Beeld visited Matlahola’s office, boxes containing his personal belongings, as well as furniture, mattresses and bedroom suite, among other things, were standing in his office.

Matlahola admitted that he’s been living in his office.

According to Bester, Matlahola, the former commanding officer at the Heidelberg police station, was suspended in 2002 after a charge of sexual harassment was investigated against him.

“Apparently he was transferred to Limpopo province, before being transferred back to Ratanda.”

A source at Heidelberg police station told Beeld that Matlahola appealed against the suspension and won the case, upon which he was offered the post in Ratanda.

Bester said the police have been paying for Matlahola’s lodging in a local guesthouse for about three months at R8 000 per month, while he was supposed to be looking for permanent accommodation.

“Matlahola insisted that he be provided with a government house, but as senior superintendent he doesn’t qualify for this benefit. About two weeks ago, he had all his possessions stored in his office and other police buildings, and is now living there.”

His private vehicle, which is broken down, is parked outside the police station.

A police official said Matlahola often sends officers to buy food for him.

Complaints

“Ratanda’s size and crime levels don’t even justify the presence of a senior superintendent. We’ve always just had a superintendent as commanding officer.”

The complaints of several outraged taxpayers and police officials from Ratanda have fallen on deaf ears, and they are now seeking help from the Heidelberg CPF, said Bester.

Matlahola didn’t want to comment any further, and referred all queries to provincial police spokesperson Superintendent Eugene Opperman.

Opperman, however, was not aware of the situation.

“We thank Beeld for bringing the matter to our attention. The situation will be dealt with internally,” was all he would say.

- Beeld

Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Michelle Malkin discusses "Culture of Corruption" on "The View"

Sunday, 2 August 2009

The truth about Apartheid

Please take a few minutes of your valuable time to watch the following video – you can even start watching at around 2 minutes into the clip.

I would also urge you to spend some time reading articles posted at I Luv SA to get a real insight into South Africa today.

 

Nobel Peace Prize winner and last white President of South Africa, F.W. De Klerk, explains what the goal of the policy of Apartheid actually was.

The truth has been suppressed for long enough, it is time for the world to hear the other side of the story.
Related:
Apartheid Myths and Half-truths
Apartheid did not oppress us
See the AfrikanerBroadcast channel for the original version.