Sunday, 30 September 2012

82000 or 13000 Handguns and Rifles missing from SA Defense Force and SA Police

In 2011 it was reported that 82,000 firearms went missing from the SA Police and SA Defence Force:

82 000 weapons 'missing'
Article By: Rafiq Wagiet
Tue, 01 Mar 2011 5:01 PM

Parliament's watchdog public accounts committee Scopa on Tuesday demanded an explanation from Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu about missing weapons.

According to a report by the auditor general, an estimated 82 000 weapons belonging to the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) and the Navy are unaccounted for.

A staggering 72 000 out of 82 000 missing weapons belong to the army.

The defence department says that it cannot say the weapons are missing or stolen because they could simply not be properly registered.

The department has a project planned to address the discrepancies within the assets registry, but it could take up to 18 months to complete.

Over 13,000 Handguns and Rifles Lost Since 2007

This year (2012) it was reported that South Africa Admits the SA Police had lost over 13,000 Handguns, Rifles Since 2007.

Then they point the finger to lawfully registered fire-arm owners for “losing fire-arms to criminals”?

South Africa's Crime Statistics a Farce

On E News Friday 28 Septemeber 2012 - clip recorded with a cell phne - in summary, South Africa's crime statistics are very questionable as 52% of victims give up after trying to go through the process....
Listen to James Armstrong's story.....
and so the white nation is ridiculed by our justice system and police, whilst the attackers walk free.

Crime not worth reporting - James Armstrong

Another victim of crime whom has given up on reporting the crime as the SA police is just not interested.

Eskom's infrastructure cost breakdown

The Eskom Success Story
03 August 2012

Recently a mining company released its cost structure and it was noted that their profit margin dropped drastically due to high cost of electricity.(Harmony)

In 2008 we experienced a major catastrophe when our power provider Eskom could not meet the power requirements of the country and we were forced to endure load-shedding at its worst.

This was due to several factors – bad management of coal supplies (cancellation or not renewing supply contracts) and lack of planned maintenance of power plants being the major contributors to the problem. We also had the loose bolt story at Koeberg, and the  conspiracy plot theory (Mr. Alec Erwin) to put up with, as well as Ms Sonjica saying that we should go to bed early to become wiser.

No forward planning of building of new power stations, as this proposal was deemed to be an unnecessary expense at this point in time. As there was an abundance of power available. In fact during the late 1990’s, and early 2000’s saw several older power stations be imploded in the Vaal area.

Thursday, 27 September 2012

Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens in South Africa

U.S. Consulate General, Johannesburg
Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens
September 27, 2012

Protesters Blocking the Motorway and Throwing Petrol Bombs at Cars at
the R21/R24 Split near OR Tambo International Airport

The Consulate General informs U.S. citizens that protesters are blocking
the motorway and throwing petrol bombs at cars on the motorway at the
R21/R24 split near OR Tambo Airport. U.S. citizens are advised to avoid
the R21 OR Tambo Highway. Trucks are reported being burned. South
African Police Service officers are on the scene.

U.S. citizens are reminded to remain alert and take appropriate
precautions. We encourage you to monitor local media for updates on
traffic disruptions, roadblocks, and potential protests. Keep in mind
toll plazas can become congested because of delays caused by strikes. It
is prudent to plan alternate routes.

U.S. citizens in South Africa should avoid demonstrations. Spontaneous
and/or planned demonstrations occur regularly in South Africa. U.S.

citizens are reminded that protests intended to be peaceful can turn
confrontational and may escalate into violence. As always, U.S. citizens
are advised to be aware of their surroundings and to monitor local media.

You can stay in touch and get Embassy updates by checking the website of
the U.S. Embassy in Pretoria.

Monday, 24 September 2012

Such a sad story - We must never forget those that still live in South Africa - This is a MUST READ

The following story comes from the Facebook page : NoWorths

Today I witnessed something which broke my heart and soul.

At a pay point at Pick n Pay in Cresta, an elderly white male, in his 70's, stood behind me with 2 packets of 2 minute noodles and a can of bully beef.
As I completed my purchase I saw in the corner of my eye him putting the can back on the sweets shelf slightly shaking his head, somewhat disappointed, looking down and I saw around R10, maybe R13 in his hand. I realised he did not have enough money, so I offered to pay but he declined with a fake smile. I took all of his items and paid for him, after which he said something which shook my existence.
"Dit is vandag my vrou se 70ste verjaarsdag en ek wil haar so bietjie treat, sy gaan nou darem baie bly wees hieroor, baie dankie."
He was neatly dressed; I could see he was not an alcoholic or a beggar, but an honest man just not able to survive.

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

"Vrees" deur Barend Buitekamer

(Main article in English - scroll down)

Jammer oor dié een mense. Ek weet dit maak seer & ek weet dit maak bang, maar soos baie ander, is ek ook gatvol vir al die praat en die gebrek aan daad. Vrees is eintlik 'n wonderlike oorlewings-meganisme. 

(FEAR staan vir F*ck Everything And Run.) 

Soos dinge tans staan, is die stryd ongewonne, maar nié tevergeefs nie. Dit is nie meer 'n verdedigingstryd nie, maar 'n stryd om oorlewing. Wie in welke geval aktief in diesulke konflikte betrokke is, moet nou kies tussen die pen of die swaard.

Ek doen nou 'n beroep op Afrikaner-Boere Kunstenaars (skilders, skrywers, beeldhouers, musikante, akteurs et al) om met "werke" vorendag te kom wat een van twee uitwerkings sal hê. Dit moet of 'n intens onbeheersde vrees by Afrikaner Boere wek (om hulle te dwing om saam te staan of saam te vlug), of om vrees by die vyand te wek.

Friday, 7 September 2012

SA se Swart Bevolkingsaanwas

Baie interessante statistiek uit die South African Native Affairs Commission Report van 1905. Die hele Suid-Afrika, met Bechuanaland en Suid-Rhodesië ingesluit, het maar 4,6 miljoen swartes gehad! So lyk dit:

Kaapkolonie 1,4m
Natal 904 000
Transvaal 812 000 met 134 000 tydelike werkers
Swaziland 85 000
Vrystaat 235 000
Suid-Rhodesië 570 000
Basotholand 347 000
Betsjoeanaland 119 000

Die teenswoordige SA het dus slegs 3 351 000 swartes gehad. Binne slegs een honderd jaar het hul bevolking met meer as 20 vermenigvuldig deur aanwas en immigrasie.

Thursday, 6 September 2012

Five good reasons to boycott Woolworths

1. The "quota system" is being abused by the government. Ultimately their aim is not to create jobs themselves so that they can be accountable for election promises and so that they can drop the 49% unemployment rate in SA. They want to say that 99% of jobs are held by blacks - irrespective of if there are 300 jobs or 3 million. They are ruining education for black people while their children are sitting next to white children in private schools and the result is that the majority of black people will not improve their lot in life - so they will use job reservation to mollify and manipulate an illiterate population. This will never help black people.

2. They can sabotage coloured people to keep them disadvantaged in areas like the Cape because jobs in their areas will go to black people who do not live in their areas but who will come from Limpopo and other areas where the government is failing hopelessly to improve conditions. Conditions have worsened there in the last 20 years. These coloured folk do not have the buying power to fight big companies. We do - at this stage as a big chunk of Woolworths' demographic clientele is still white people. In this way they can also destabilise the Cape so that they can get a foothold there as up to now their attempts with political rhetoric have failed. We have all heard their racist remarks about coloured people and the fact that they feel that they are losing elections there because "the problem with the Cape is that there are too many coloureds there" - so they want to break down their community sense.