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- A Stuijt
- Retired South African medical journalist, ex-Sunday Times of Johannesburg.
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Oct 12 2008 -- Following are all the points South African drivers must consider as we drive from point A to point B each day. Foreigners reading this whose only concern is whether the traffic will be heavy or they may be late for a meeting or watching out for speed traps, have no inkling of the myriad of thoughts we South Africans must keep in mind as we travel about. Not only are millions of road-users totally ignorant of any rules because they don't have licenses, they often drive at breakneck speeds. But that's not the only danger by far...
Travelling in a car, bus or any vehicle in South Africa involves constant checking of people approaching the vehicle (hard to do with so many street vendors at every intersection) plus watching for any cars following you. And one must constantly look around when simply entering/exiting one's home.
The mad dash at night is terrifying...
- This is in the daytime which is hard enough but at night it is a mad dash and worry as the danger increases.
The information below is very useful and I urge you to pass it on (click on the envelope icon at the bottom of the post).
Approaching and entering your driveway:
2km from your house strategy: Be extra alert. Switch off the car radio and concentrate solely on your surroundings.
- Remember to stop your vehicle just on the inside of the gate and select reverse whilst waiting for the gate to close. This creates confusion and may buy you a few seconds for the gate to close completely behind you.
Check your driveway and street before you leave or enter your premises.
- Make sure your driveway is well lit and clear from shrubbery where perpetrators can hide.
- Be aware of unknown pedestrians close to your residential address – do not turn into your driveway – pass and go back later.
Liaise with your neighbours – know them.
Be aware of vehicles parked close to your address with occupants inside. It might be perpetrators observing the area.
- Be alert if your animals do not greet you at the gate as usual. It might be that the perpetrators over-powered them. Phone your home and ask for someone to make sure your driveway is safe and to open and close the gate for you.
When returning home after dark, ensure that an outside light is on, or have someone meet you at the gate. Check with your armed response company (everybody in SA has one!) if they are rendering rendezvous services.
- If at any time you have to open the gate yourself, switch off the vehicle, leave the key in the ignition and close the door. Then open the gate.
HOWEVER -- If you have small children in the vehicle, take the key with you (this is the only exception). You need the key as a “negotiating tool”: The perpetrators want your vehicle and you want your children. If your children are older, it is advised that they exit the vehicle with you when opening the gate so that you are all separated from the vehicle should a hijack occur.
Parking your vehicle:
Check rear-view mirror to ensure you are not being followed. When exiting your vehicle, be cautious and aware of surrounding obstructions and shrubbery that may be concealing a hijacker.
- Never sit in your parked vehicle without being conscious of your surroundings. Sleeping in a stationary vehicle is particularly dangerous.
When approaching your driveway, be on the lookout for suspicious vehicles / persons. This is very important as the majority of hijackers approach their victims in home driveways.
- Whilst entering your vehicle and while driving, the following should be considered:
Have your key ready, but not visible.Inspect the outside and inside of the vehicle before unlocking. (Tyre, number plate, other side of the vehicle).
Know your destination and directions to it; and be alert should you get lost.
- Always drive with your windows closed and doors locked.
Make a mental note of any Police Stations in the vicinity.
When stopping behind another vehicle, leave half a vehicle length in front of your vehicle to make an emergency escape if necessary. When dropping off a passenger, make sure they are safely in their own vehicle before departing.
- Avoid driving through high crime or unfamiliar areas.Avoid driving late at night / early hours of the morning when the roads are quiet. Drive in the center lane away from pedestrians where possible.
- If possible, never drive alone.
NEVER, EVER pick up hitchhikers or strangers. (VERY IMPORTANT)
Never follow routine routes when driving; change on a regular basis.
If approached by a stranger while in your vehicle, drive off if possible or use your hooter to attract attention.
- Lock your doors, close your windows and do not have bags or briefcases visible in the vehicle. Use the boot for this. Cell phone should also not be visible.
- There are times and days that these items are visible in the vehicle.
- Try and open the window they might “smash & grab” about 3 cm, so the window can absorb the sudden impact. If you’ve left your stopping distance you may be able to escape.
Be constantly on the lookout for suspicious looking characters or vehicles and do not hesitate to report them to the SAPS. Always be on the alert for potential danger, and be on the lookout for possible escape routes and safe refuge along the way.
Approaching red traffic lights, stop signs:
When approaching a red traffic light at night, slow down so that you only reach it when it turns green.
Do not take anything from people standing at traffic lights or places where they gather (job seekers on gathering points). Perpetrators are usually standing among these people.
Make sure you are not followed. If you suspect you are being followed, drive to the nearest Police Station or any busy public area.
If any person or vehicle in a high-risk area arouses your suspicions, treat it as hostile and take appropriate action, e.g. when approaching a red traffic light, slow down, check for oncoming traffic and if clear, drive through the intersection.
- A fine will be preferable to an attack. Treat stop streets in the same way. Thereafter call for assistance if necessary.
- Always report these incidents to the SAPS. But remember, this is not an excuse to ignore the rules of the road. The onus will be on you to prove in a court of law that you had justifiable reason to act the way you did and this is only in the case of a real, life-threatening emergency.
Should a suspicious vehicle in fact be a (unmarked) SAPS vehicle, the Police must identify themselves by:
- Use of a blue light, loudspeaker or any other police equipment.
- The flash of a badge through the window whilst driving is not enough.
- The Police must go all out in order to let the public know who they are.
Consider the following actions:
Switch on emergency lights and put your hand out the window (if possible), indicating that they should follow you. Your intention must be very clear and understandable.
By exceeding the speed limit, you are sending out a message of suspicion, e.g. stolen / hijacked vehicle, transporting stolen goods, under the influence. Drive to the nearest Police Station or when in doubt, the nearest busy public area.
Always have your identity document and driver’s license in your possession as well as a pen and notebook to take necessary notes.
If possible, avoid driving in the dark.
Hijackers may stage a minor accident, for e.g. If your vehicle is bumped from behind and you do not feel comfortable with the individual involved in the situation, indicate he / she must follow you and drive to the nearest Police Station or any busy public area for help.
- Never open your vehicle window or door for any stranger. If a suspicious person is near your unoccupied vehicle, do not approach the vehicle. Walk to the nearest public area and ask for assistance.
If you encounter obstacles in the road, e.g. rocks, tyres, do not get out of your vehicle to remove them. Reverse and drive away in the opposite direction. Do not stop to eat or rest or change tyres on deserted roads.
- Do not leave your vehicle unattended at a filling station.
Cell phones should be carried on the body. Perpetrators will not allow you to remove your cell phone and valuables from the vehicle during an attack.
Information you should know:
If your vehicle is hijacked or stolen, promptly report it to the SAPS. Make sure you have the vehicle details: model, color, vehicle identification and registration numbers available to assist with the recovery of the vehicle.
- When forced to drive with a hijacker i.e. if you are being kidnapped, be observant without making direct eye contact and try to memorise as many details as possible.
It is important to describe the hijacker as accurately as possible. When observing a hijacker, take note of his head and face – the shape of the eyes, mouth, nose and ears. Take note of possible irregularities. Look at the hair, skin colour, complexion and possible scars and tattoos. Observe the build, sex, body movement, clothing and any conversation that may take place. Remember the direction from which they came and fled, as well as the time and place the incident happened.
Remember to make mental and physical notes immediately after the incident to ensure accurate and detailed information for the Police investigation.
It can be helpful to have a survival plan in the back of your mind should such an incident occur. It is difficult not to become paranoid about being taken hostage. However, it is just as easy to become complacent.
- One very important fact to remember when being hijacked:
- Should the conclusion of the drama be by way of armed intervention, and escape is not possible, immediately drop to the ground, remain still and obey the orders of the leader.
Do not lose your temper, threaten or challenge the hijacker.
DO EXACTLY AS TOLD BY THE HIJACKERS!
Do not resist, especially if the hijacker has a weapon. Surrender your vehicle and move away. Try to put as much distance between yourself and the hijacker(s) as speedily as possible.
Do not reach for your purse or valuables. Leave everything in the vehicle.
Try to remain calm at all times and do not show signs of aggression.
Be compliant to all demands set by the perpetrator.
Do not make eye contact with the hijacker. He may perceive this behaviour as a threat and retaliate aggressively.
Keep your hands still and visible to the hijacker, so as to give him assurance of your passive content.
Do not speak too fast (if you are able to talk) and do not make sudden movements.
Gather as much information as possible without posing a threat.
- How many people?
- How many firearms and description thereof?
- What were the perpetrators wearing (clothing)? To which direction did they drive off? Take note of the language they use (the accent).
First phone the SA Police Service on 08600 10111. They will dispatch the medical services if needed. Other emergency numbers you could phone are 112 ANY Network (Vodacom+MTN+Cell C) or 147 Vodacom ONLY.
- Activate the vehicle-tracking device, if the vehicle is fitted with one.
The above message was posted on the website of Ford motor company in South Africa:
The one-million Swazis haven't stopped gossiping since the arrival of 35 smart French soldiers at the local City Inn Hotel...
File picture from French Ministry of Defence website: a small French contingent of 35 specialist-soldiers has landed in Swaziland to train local forces, ostensibly for the formation of an African Brigade for the African Union...
Oct 12 2008 -- Journalist Sisho Magagula of the Swazi Observer writes that 35 French soldiers raised quite a stir in the tiny mountain kingdom yesterday when they arrived at the local airport, purportedly to help train the local military.
The Frenchmen set off a spate of rumours among the Swazis after they landed at the Matsapha international airport and boarded an army truck to the City Inn Hotel in Mbabane.
There was widespread speculation amongst members of the public ranging from them being there to protect the absolute-ruler King Mswati III'... to investigate the 'recent spate of bombings in the country;'... to 'providing protection during the opening of parliament'....
Bombings Lozitha Swaziland:
Last month, a local lawyer, Musa ‘MJ’ Dlamini of the Swaziland Solidarity Network and Jack Govender of the People’s United Democratic Movement were killed by a bomb. Apparently they had blown themselves up when a bomb exploded prematurely before it could be planted under the Lozitha overhead bridge, the police claimed. The local Swaziland Times published the gruesome pictures of the two men to provide the proof that they had blown themselves up before the bomb could damage any part of the infrastructure.
However, the French military unit's leader, the Officer-commanding the French forces in the Indian Ocean region, Bruno de Bourdoncle de Saint-Salvy quelled all these rumours by saying that their visit to the country was 'in line with their mission to establish an African Brigade under the auspices of SADC and the African Union." Their central command post is located at Reunion island, where the French have a large military force.
He added that this was a 'multinational exercise and each African country from the different African regions must contribute to the African Brigade." "The local army force invited us to train the local soldiers and equip them with the necessary and modern skills of military operations. "We will share experiences with the local soldiers," he said.
- He said all the 35 French soldiers are experts in different fields of military training and promised that the Swazi soldiers would 'gain a lot from this exercise'. "Vigorous training begins at once at the Mdzimba Mountain,' he said, adding that the training would last six days.
Strangely, the local Swazi army spokesman Khanya Dlamini didn't know anything about the French soldiers at all - referring all inquiries to the ministry of defence. He probably didn't read the memo...
Picture: Swaziland is probably best-known for its annual display of virginal girls in the so-called Reed Dance to allow their King to chose another nubile young wife from among their ranks...
"They are here for the bombings" - public
THE visiting French soldiers were the centre of attraction at the city centre - with hordes of people gathered around them. The soldiers hit town around 2:30pm and paraded around in their bulky luggage before settling at the City Inn Hotel.
General speculation amongst members of the public was that the French soldiers are here in connection with recent spate of bombings in the country. At the old bus rank, a man was overheard announcing that he had received information from "reliable sources" that the country's authorities had secured the services of the French soldiers to assist in the search for the people responsible for the bombings. Asked where he had sourced such information, the man refused to divulge his so-called "reliable sources" and also refused to give his identity.
Nonhlanhla Sibandze, a commuter, said the soldiers were here to ensure that the first sitting of the House of Assembly progresses smoothly today in view of the recent spate of bombings.
Vusie Sibandze of Sidwashini, said the soldiers have been recruited to serve as bodyguards to His Majesty King Mswati III. There were other weird speculations amongst members of the public concerning the real mission of the soldiers in the country. For the entire afternoon, the French soldiers were spotted parading around town, chatting to members of the public and shopping.
Landlocked, mountainous Swaziland, with only about 1-million citizens, has only 535 km borders to protect: 105 km with Mozambique and 430km with South Africa. The country has no neighbouring enemies. However, the Swazi king is embroiled in a tribal-land rights dispute with South Africa and has lodged land-claims with the international court of justice in The Hague for parts of Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal. The UK-university educated young Swazi king wants to create a trading corridor to the Indian-Ocean coastline of East-Africa to improve the country's trading opportunities.
Officially Swaziland is described as 'poor' because 70% of the population survives on subsistence agriculture. However these subsistence farmers also sell huge quantities of untaxed export crops which have a very high cash-value: their world-famous homegrown marijuana is smuggled out through the Indian-ocean ports of Mozambique and South Africa and sold at high prices in Europe.
- This underground cash-crop culture, together with their long history of working in neighbouring South Africa, keeps the Swazis well-funded: for instance while the country has 44,000 land-line telephones, its 1-million citizens also have some 500,000 cellphones. The country spends 4.7% of its annual $2.936 billion GDP on its military expenses and has a proportionally overly-large contingent of civil servants.
Their military, the Umbutfo Swaziland Defense Force which also has a small air wing, is conscripted from the male population from a rapidly-shrinking pool of about 122,000 able-bodied males who are still deemed fit for military service: the country suffers from a high level of AIDS-TB.
12 Oct 2008 : http://www.sapa.org.za/public/browse.cfm
Note the Zuma t-shirt this hate-speech sloganeer above is wearing...
Following is a summary of only some of the registered rural murders in 2008 -- targetting South African whites (and to a smaller extent, also ethnic-Indians) who live on smallholdings and farms. Many were highly skilled people, often they also were leaders of their communities. Police claim these are all 'only armed robberies' - however the ferocity of these murders and the fact that so very little is ever looted, belies this claim. CLICK HERE FOR FARMS OF FEAR
Also see the previous years' murder-lists by clicking here, and here, and here... and here: and here:
and THAT THIRD SA NOBEL 'PEACE PRICE' WINNER, NELSON MANDELA SINGS OF KILLING WHITES:
SUMMARY OF 2008 FARM MURDERS, SOUTH AFRICA:
Pictured on the left are the murdered Afrikaans missionary Rianna Henning and her husband Abri, children Marcelle (2) and Anika (10 months). This young mother was murdered execution-style on Oct 10 2008 at a Honeydew smallholding while the Fisherman's Village Christian Mission was being attacked by a large group of black men who had held the missionaries inside the protected compound at gunpoint. See the story and picture on their website: http://www.fishermansvillage.za.org/
20081009 Hansie Spies, 75, farm Gravelotte, Harrismith - dead in hail of AK47 bullets
20081008 Farmers Stefanus Kotze killed, Nick Engelbrecht injured in Garies farm attack
20081001 Heila Pienaar, 41, axed to death at scrap-metal yard, Waldrift smallholdings
Oct 01 2008 Beeld journalist Sonja van Buul reports from VEREENIGING that this young Afrikaans girl was lying for hours, bleeding from a fractured skull, next to her dead mom at the family's scrap-metal yard at the rural Waldrift smallholdings near Vereeniging after the women were attacked and their skulls brutally crushed in. Mrs Heila Pienaar, 41, was axed to death and her daughter Charmaine, 18, was critically wounded and now a paraplegic. She was able to give an identification of the attacker at the hospital.
20080701 Roy Munks, 65 was stabbed to death by attackers on Hoedspruit farm - not killed by a buffalo
Hoedspruit Sept 21 2008 - Rapport newspaper wrote that an initial 'accidential-death' ruling by a local inquest court has been changed to murder. Initially the court ruled that East-Rand businessman Roy Munks, 65, had been killed by a buffalo on his Hoedspruit farm. However, two robbers -- arrested while breaking into a house confessed during questioning about another crime that they had killed Munks in July this year. The two alleged robbers who had 'spoken out of turn' during questioning by police, are now charged with Munks murder.
20080815 Minister Dale Roberts shot - kneeling in prayer at Divine Connection Ministries,Uitzicht smallholdings
August 15 2008 - JOHANNESBURG, South Africa. Religious minister Dale Roberts (50) has died in a kneeling position inside his "Divine Connection Ministries" church while he was shot dead by black criminals. The church is located at the Uitzicht agricultural holdings in the west of Pretoria was attacked by a gang on Wednesday night. Roberts was shot in the shoulder and bled to death. Police called this a 'robbery' but only a kettle and some teabags were 'robbed'.
20080820 Chris and Andre Bam, dairy farmers, Doornpoort smallholdings Pretoria
KOPPIES, Free State, August 20 2008. The Volksblad newspaper reports the death in hospital of Chris Bam, 57, a retired local dairy farmer who was injured in an armed attack in which his son André also was killed at their smallholding in Doornpoort, Pretoria on July 28 2008.
Chris Bam died of gunshot injuries at Akasia Hospital in Pretoria where he was under treatment since the armed attack and taken to Koppies for burial - as had been his son, who had played for the Griffons northern-Free State rugby team. The father and son had farmed in Koppies together and when the father decided to retire, the son also moved with him to the Doornpoort smallholding they had bought. The men were attacked there three weeks ago. Chris Bam, like his son, also was a sportsman, gaining his northern-Free State colours in cycling. Survivors are wife Veronica, daughters Adelle and Lindy and son Derik. http://www.news24.com/Die_Volksblad/Nuus/0,,5-83_2379758,00.html
20080301 Florist Willie Slabbert murdered on Meyerton farm
03/03/2007 Johannesburg - African National Congress deputy president Jacob Zuma, left, visited the relatives of an Afrikaner florist murdered on a farm in Meyerton, south of Johannesburg after reading about the family's tragedy...something which was never done by fired SA president Thabo Mbeki - ever. The Afrikaner florist was found stabbed to death on his kitchen floor last Tuesday. His niece Daleen Kruger died of a heart attack shortly after hearing the news. Kruger's brother Theuns is a quadriplegic after being shot in the neck and back in 1999. Earlier that week Zuma also had a visit with Afrikaner singer Steve Hofmeyr, who has launched a campaign to help impoverished Afrikaners, and talked about what frustrates Afrikaners. "Zuma feels about the Zulus, the way that I feel about Afrikaners," Hofmeyr is reported to have said after their meeting at Zuma's home in Johannesburg. Zuma also twice visited a smallholding near Pretoria housing an Afrikaner squatter-camp. It would all have been much more effective if that guy writing the Kill the Boer Kill the Farmer slogan featured on top of our story, hadn't been wearing a Zuma-tshirt...
20080802 Emilio Couto, 67, Doornpoort Pretoria smallholder, shot dead, armed gang
July 4 2008 - PRETORIA. Virginia Keppler reports in Beeld that the unarmed 67-year old Portuguese-South African smallholder Emilio Couto was shot dead by a group of armed men at 2:20 Saturday-morning inside his Doornpoort homestead. Emilio's wife Couto, 59 - whose mother Delores de Freitas was also murdered by black armed farm attackers 18 years earlier -- was desperately trying to push close the bedroom door while the attackers were firing shots through the door.
20080728 Afrikaner vegetable-farm worker Frik Coetzee, (ex-cop), shot dead on Barberton farm;
20080726 Charles du Plessis, 62, dies from injuries after Sterkspruit farm attack , Nelspruit
Brother Hans, pictured here, miraculously survived - attackers gun failed to fire:
20080717 Ret. Brig. Willie Rousseau, 76, killed on deserted farm road Hopefield
July 22 2008 -- HOPEFIELD. The family of retired prison officer brig. Willie Rousseau, 76, of Jacobs Bay, described his murder on a deserted farm in the northern Cape as 'senseless, barbaric and humiliating.
"We don't forgive those responsible for this gruesome deed," said daughter Amanda Singleton.
He had been strangled.The GPS in his robbed bakkie showed it was in Malmesbury and police very quickly arrested two men travelling in it. One has confessed and took them to the old man's body, said superintendent André Traut. Accused are Cedric Lottering and Ricardo Petersen, both of Saldanha Bay who appeared in the Circuit Court in Velddrif. A third man is still at large.
20080715 Jan-Daniel Venter, 21, law student, shot dead in farm attack, Blikkor, Komatipoort
'July 16 2008. ' KOMATIPOORT, LI. 'His wounded boerboel-dog was found stretched out and snarling cross his murdered young master Jan-Daniel Venter, 21 who was killed on the farm Blikkor near the Strydomblok Road outside Komatipoort. Venter lived there with his dad Jan, 50 and the two worked as contractors at a nearby farm, but Jan-Daniel was also a fulltime law student. His mom is police superintendent Elarda Venter, who heads the Modjadjis/Duiwelskloof-police station nearby. She was taking their other son Elardus, 17 back to boarding school after the school holidays and Jan-Daniel and his dad were watching the TV-programme Sewende Laan in the living room. Three armed men with a 9mm police revolver gunned the young man down and injured his boerboel-dog.
20080714 Dr Paul Mouton shot dead Roodepoort rifle-range
Jul 14 2008 -- 74-year-old Dr Paul Mouton, dentist of Parkview, was shot dead at the rural Roodepoort Durban-deep Rifle Club shooting range. His own grandson Jonathan, 22, who arrived on the scene working as a Netcare 911 paramedic, still tried to save the well-known dentist's life.
He was shot dead with four shots in his back during his weekly target-practice. Police capt. Lydia Mtila-Dikolomela said the only 'stolen' item was the Colt 9mm-parabbellium he probably was shot with. Mysteriously -- his other three handguns and his wallet were left behind at the scene.
20080421 At and Katerina Deysel killed on Lichtenburg farm
20080419 Johan Myburgh, 33, assassinated, Rietfontein farm, Groblersdal NW
20080419 NW farmer Lien Gronum stabbed to death, Geluk, Brits - 2 workers gone http://groups.msn.com/crimebustersofsouthafrica/farmattacks.msnw?action=get_message&mview=0&ID_Message=4620&LastModified=4675669739510123354
20080418 Bronkhorstspruit farmshop-keeper Ivy White shoots robber with his own gun
20080405 Farmer Pieter Heynecke, 68, stabbed to death, Ventersdorp homestead
20080405 Smallholder Albert Johnson, 85, beaten to death, two blacks arrested
20080407 Wool-farmer Mrs Moki Makinana, 49, murdered on Ugie farm, EC
20080402 Phillipus Theunis Engelbrecht, Geluksvlei, Bethlehem shot dead
20080330 Ex-cop Marius van Greunen shot 7 times, Kameeldrift smallholding Pta
2008310 Hendrick vRensburg and grandson murdered, Bronkhorstspruit farm
20080320 Kobus Marais, 59, Bapsfontein smallholder killed, 'hungry murderers'
20080307 Shirley Taylor, 65, killed at Alberton smallholding,
20080304 Ben Jansen van Rensburg, 58, murdered, Uitzicht farm, Pretoria
20080302 Alleyne Ross, 22, killed in Midrand smallholding attack by three blacks
20080820 Cassandré van Rooyen, 17, murdered, smallholding, Tarlton, Krugersdorp
20080218 Farm wife Bertina Genis, 58, missing after armed attack Messina
20080203 Afrikaans mom Elize Havenga raped, strangled, Rietfontein smallholdings
20080127 Indian-SA farmer Daya Moodley, 62, Port Shepstone, found torched in car
20080115 Retired farmer Danie Roos, 79, murdered in Balfour garden
20080115 Susanna van Zyl, 77, murdered Aberdeen smallholder selling meat
20080107 Farm attack victim Dieter Hinz, 42, shot, tied up, Krugersdorp farm
Link to GRUESOME SA Police forensic video with commentary in Afrikaans as the police examine the bodies of a four-member rural Afrikaner family -- including two children in their uniforms -- who had been hung on the rafters of their homestead in a vicious farm attack during which nothing had been stolen.
And then there are the increasing number of foreign visitors who are being murdered in the holiday resorts, and the many whites who are being murdered in the towns and cities of South Africa in very similar armed attacks, where often, very little of any value except a cellphone is ever stolen: (click on pictures to enlarge them and read the captions...)
FOR ALL THE DETAILS SINCE 2001 OF THE MANY MURDERS AND ARMED ATTACKS TARGETTING ALL THE ETHNIC-MINORITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA SEE THE FOLLOWING ARCHIVES: http://groups.msn.com/crimebustersofsouthafrica
THE MESSAGE IN SOUTH AFRICA IS BECOMING VERY CLEAR!
THE MESSAGE FROM BLACK SOUTH AFRICANS TO WHITES:
WHY ISN'T ANYBODY RAISING THEIR VOICES AGAINST THE WHITE GENOCIDE IN SOUTH AFRICA?
...BECAUSE THE ANC'S HATE-SPEECH IS BEING SPREAD FAR AND WIDE ACROSS THE GLOBE IN THE POPULAR MUSIC CULTURE - and NOBODY DARES TO SPEAK UP IN DEFENCE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN WHITES...