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Re: Real South African News
« Reply #5 on: 05 September 2009 at 09:45 »
Police Station Turned Gun-shop

The Story is a bit old, but still worth posting.

A clerk working inside the Alexandra police station has been arrested for selling high-calibre R-5 rifles and handguns from police safes to the criminal underworld. Detectives from the Joburg Organised Crime Unit are investigating whether the weapons sold were used by syndicates in the recent spate of violent robberies at shopping malls. The administrative clerk from the station's logistics unit may have sold as many as six R-5 rifles and 16 handguns that should have been used by officers at his station and the Sandton police station. Police sources close to the investigation say the guns have not been recovered and may have been sold for as little as R3 500[$1=R7.80] for a rifle and R1 000 for a handgun. A police weapons expert said this was roughly one-third of their worth.

It's suspected the sales could have been going on since March. "We're fighting these guys on the streets and our own is arming them," one angry police officer from an affected station said on Thursday. A lot of questions about how the weapons were allowed to vanish from the safes, and why it took several months before the crime was spotted, now need answering. Mud Tshamana was arrested on Monday after it was discovered that the weapons were missing. The 26-year-old appeared in the Alexandra Magistrate's Court (previously Wynberg Magistrate's Court), where State prosecutor Adele Barnard charged him with theft and possession of unlicensed firearms. His case was postponed to the week after next and he will be kept at high-risk holding cells. During questioning, he allegedly gave police several leads that led to two further arrests.

The pair, who are civilians, were likely to appear in court today. They are suspected of either buying the weapons or helping to sell them. When asked why police had brought the docket to court after 11am, an unidentified police officer from the Organised Crime Unit - who escorted Tshamana - said the delay was because he was ordered to report first at the police's provincial head office. "It's a massive thing," he told the court. Magistrate Renier Boshoff then said : "He can probably tell you who he sold the guns to. He can probably solve a few cases if you investigate properly"[or if you persuade him with a stun gun]. A police source at the Alexandra police station said Tshamana worked in the logistics department, which sources and distributes firearms, vehicles and other equipment. He allegedly managed to order weapons from the Sandton police station for the purpose of selling them.

"He had access," the source said. "And that's why he managed to get away with it". The mud is a civilian working at the police station. He has allegedly been there for more than five years. Detectives are trying to trace the recipients of the weapons in an attempt to get them back. If their efforts to link the weapons to armed robberies at malls pay off, they could be in a position to charge Tshamana with much more serious crimes.

http://www.iol.co.za/index.php?art_id=vn20090820040535593C106339
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Re: Real South African News
« Reply #6 on: 11 September 2009 at 08:45 »
Julius Sees More Racism

It's everywhere. Zuma mini-me calls Zille a racist. Of course. Why? She dared question the acquisition of the many ridiculously exorbitant million-rand cars by ANC ministers. Our Malema is a simpleton. In that empty vessel of a mind, whites criticising blacks = racism. He is a future president in the making.

Methinks Malema knows exactly what he's doing. He speaks to the mindless unwashed masses who see everything in black and White. Whites "have" and blacks "do not have" and explains things to them in the simple terms that they can understand. Julius is the litmus test for the ANC. He puts out the crap and sees whether it takes hold. And it distracts the masses from the ANC's non performance and shifts blames to Whites who will not "share". Explain why he has never, not once, been brought to account by the hierarchy of the ANC. I say again, fear the fool who has the president's ear.

Will this nigger ever grow up ? I think not !


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Re: Real South African News
« Reply #7 on: 22 September 2009 at 09:14 »
Mad Mudlema

Malema`s back in the paper today. At first glance his comments are very funny indeed and suited to his insane antics, but when you actually consider what he is saying to his audience, and think of the quality of that audience - and by quality I mean their intellectual ability (which we know consists of an average IQ of around 67), their disaffection with da gubbamunt, and the contiuous anti-White rhetoric spouted, he is continuing a worrying trend.

Remember , he is playing to his audience. They absolutely adore him and whatever he says is fallen for, hook, line and sinker. They actually believe what he says. When he makes these comments about Zille, to us they are so absolutely ludicrous that we dismiss them with the contempt they deserve. But not his followers. So by accusing Zille, what message is he actually relaying to his followers ? That Whites are out to get him, Whites are his enemy, that a mainly White opposition party plays foul, etc.

Sometimes I wonder when, instead of if, this powder keg is going to blow. Starting with Peter Mokaba’s well known chants of kill the Boer, kill the farmer a few years ago through to today with Mud Malema, the economy, the ANC’s persistent failure to deliver, people`s warnings about an Algerian type scenario here, etc … it cannot but not happen. All it needs is a small incident to trigger it and it will sweep through the country like wildfire. Remember the so-called xenophobic outbreaks ? Quite a few people reckon he should be ignored for the fool he is - I reckon not. There is an agenda of sorts being played out here and he definitely has the ANC’s support.

http://www.iol.co.za/index.php?set_id=1&click_id=13&art_id=vn20090922063213307C804681

Allegations that Julius Malema assaulted a police reservist who tried to break up his all-night party at the weekend were part of a conspiracy hatched by Helen Zille and her opposition party. This, and the fact that Malema did not need a police appointment card to be a reservist, were among his fiery responses to the news that broke yesterday about a house-warming party he held in Sandton.

Standing outside the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court, Malema kicked off by telling his supporters that they did not need permission to gather on the pavement. The court in which his hate speech trial was conducted was too small and they therefore had a right to be in the road, he said. "The police want permission ! What permission ?" the ANC Youth League president shouted. "No one must provoke us, otherwise next time you are saying we beat up police officers." The joke was well received, and he continued. "I’m a police reservist myself. I don’t need a letter of appointment. I know my responsibility is to fight crime." He told the crowd that a "permanent agenda' existed to undermine the ANC Youth League leadership. He said "spies from Helen Zille" were responsible for this latest scandal.

http://www.mg.co.za/article/2009-09-21-the-world-according-to-julius-malema

Malema claimed the ANC won the youth vote by making the ANC "cool". Part of that was projecting a lifestyle image that they would find aspirational. He insists that he lives within his means, but his rise to riches happened in a flash — he’s never had a job outside the ANC. Parties are held at the trendiest clubs in Johannesburg, where there is no limit to the consumption of Johnnie Walker Black Label whisky and Veuve Clicquot French champagne. He lives in a big, smart house in upmarket Sandton and is always seen in expensive cars, from BMWs to Lexus’s to Mercedes Benz’s. Very comfortable in designer labels such as Fabiani, Malema insists that his flashy lifestyle shouldn’t be an issue. "It’s not me, it is this office. When I come here they give me a cellphone, a laptop, and they’re trying to make my work easier. I don’t know which car is which one. When they come to me and say, 'chief, we are using this car today', I get in and we go."

There is nothing wrong, he says, with a flashy lifestyle "if you can afford it. We have deployed many young people in parliament, their salaries are far beyond the duties they are responsible for. They don’t have kids, they don’t have big families. So if they think they must invest their money in houses, cars, why stop them ? They are doing that legally. As long as they don’t forget where they come from and their obligation of serving the working class. The car that I drive means it meets my salary and the ANC car scheme. The house that I have, it means my salary can afford it, so I didn’t rob anybody, I didn’t take from the poor to have what I have."

Then Malema gets to the main rationale for his (and supposedly for other ANC personalities') ostentatious lifestyle : "If we are going to refuse the youth to drive these cars it means they are only good for White youth. Ours will never drive those cars. So we must sit and appreciate the good things by Whites and not by one of our own. That's what we're trying to break." In similar vein he told Sowetan in December 2008 : "We are the elite that has been deliberately produced by the ANC as part of its policy to close the gap between Whites and blacks in this country. It was the ANC that made it possible that, as part of the elite, some of us are now able to live in the suburbs."

Mudlema admits that patience is no virtue for him. He describes his leadership style as "down to earth" but impatient with change. He uses the words militant, radical and revolutionary a lot in describing himself and his organisation. "We are radical, impatient with change, if you want to see things happening they must happen now. So that’s what characterises who we are." Malema may be tactically clever and politically street-smart when it comes to the disaffected youth, but he is definitely not one of the greatest political theoreticians in the ANC. For instance, he refuses to read newspapers. When Crwys-Williams asked him about this during her interview with him on Talk Radio 702, he said : "I’ve listened to people who read papers. They replace political education through editorial comments. I don’t want to suffer from that illness."


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Re: Real South African News
« Reply #8 on: 01 October 2009 at 15:19 »
No one is safe. Not even in your home, let alone on the street or in a shopping centre. No matter how much money is spent on securing homes, malls and neighbourhoods, criminals will continue to kill and maim - unless you take responsibility for your own safety. This was the message from the country’s top criminologists as another three Pretoria families were ripped apart last weekend by violent criminals hellbent on wreaking destruction. With hijackers and house robbers committing an average of 105 offences before they are caught for the first time, criminals, according to Unisa criminologist Rudolf Zinn, are becoming more and more daring and violent.

Nearly 2.1-million serious crimes were reported to police in South Africa in the 2008/2009 financial year. Of these, 18 148 were murder cases and 18 438 house robberies. Business robberies increased by 41.1 percent to 13 920, while house robberies increased by 27 percent. Hijackings increased by 5 percent to 14 915. In Pretoria 582 residents were murdered, 1 205 motorists hijacked, 953 businesses robbed and 1 719 families attacked in their homes.

Pretoria University criminologist Dr Christiaan Bezuidenhout said the government’s recent change in attitude towards crime had to be bought into by all South Africans. "The police cannot operate without intelligence, which is why we need to be their eyes and ears [then give us back our tax money and we`ll secure ourselves ... we pay your salary asshole !]. It is a 50-50 partnership with communities needing to play their part, especially as criminals are born and created in our communities [no ... in niggers communities and in ziMUDwe]. There are many people who are aware of criminals and their activities, but do not become involved in the fight against crime because they are afraid, which is ridiculous."[what is ridiculous is that the police can`t do their job because of niggers infesting the force with an IQ of 10].

Unisa criminologist Professor Anthony Minnaar said that no matter what security measures were in place, a determined criminal would get through them. "While we can delay and detect criminals with security systems, the ultimate answer to security and personal safety is vigilance. People need to be aware of their environment and surroundings," he said. "Attacks often occur because of human error [crap ... they occur because we have 50 million niggers in SA]. If you do not lock your doors and put your alarm on at night your security measures are useless and will fail to keep you safe," he said.

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« Reply #9 on: 10 October 2009 at 13:24 »
Malema : You Stole Our Land :o

Johannesburg - The land in South Africa has been stolen from its people, ANC Youth League president Julius Malema said on Friday. "At the negotiations, they said to us that for them to agree we must accept the willing buyer-willing seller idea," he told the annual conference of the Black Management Forum[sound racist ?] at Midrand. "But now we must say we can't buy the land from you because you stole it from us," he said to laughter from mud delegates.[Stole ? No, the Boers kicked your ass in countless kaffir wars to obtain the land; you stole it from us after the `94 "election"]

The nigger said political freedom meant nothing if the people did not control the means of production. "The means of production are still in the hands of white males - not even females." He said this did not mean Whites would be driven into the sea. "We must live together in harmony, but whites must open up a place and let us participate. They must allow us to be equal partners." Malema also had a message for those leaving the country : "Don't leave before you transfer your skills."[It cant be transfered ... it needs grey matter to stick !] The mud said freedom should not be reduced to satisfying service delivery demands or changing street names. "We didn't fight to change the names of the streets. We fought to control the economy of this country."

Source : http://www.news24.com/Content/SouthAfrica/Politics/1057/c7c923333a4b41779ddb10187a940715/09-10-2009-10-09/Malema_You_stole_our_land


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