Tuesday, June 7, 2011

The Cruelty of the Noble Savage

The Cruelty of the Noble Savage; And you STILL ask us why we had Apartheid?

By Mike Smith
7th of June 2011

To many outsiders from South Africa and even people who have never lived through Apartheid it is maybe difficult today to understand why we had this system.

The history of black and white interaction in SA goes back hundreds of years. From the earliest days when the Voortrekkers were attacked by black tribes, they noticed how the blacks would often hack pieces of meat from the cattle of the Voortrekkers while the animals are still alive and standing.

The barbarity of blacks in South African is legendary. And when one observes what they do to their own people or even to animals, then one has to ask…”What are they going to do to us, one day when they get the opportunity?”

Well, they now have that opportunity. And we see the results.

These past few days just showed again the utter cruelty of the South African Noble Savage.

In this incident a black mother from Limpopo threw her 14 month old baby-girl in a pit toilet and burnt her out with papers. They reckon it was because she already had five children and did not know how she would look after the sixth one…Why have so many children then?

In this reporta black teenage mom partied the night away whilst her baby was being eaten alive by rats. Neighbours said they heard the baby cry in pain in the middle of the night. By morning the baby was found dead, covered in bloody rat bites.

Over the past weekend, blacks tied a female dog (Sharpei cross) to a fence with electric wire and set her alight…while she was still alive. When she was found by the SPCA (Society for the prevention of cruelty to animals) she was standing as still as a statue, because it was too painful for her to move. Although her entire body was burnt, she was still alive. The SPCA euthanized her.

About the same time, Ventersburg (Freestate) police were involved in an act of animal cruelty. . Two cows were hit in a road accident and their legs were broken. The senior black police officer on the scene instructed his constables to drag the still alive cows behind their vehicles to the police station…so they could have a BBQ.

His name has not been released in the media, but he left the injured animals like that the whole night. People in the vicinity reported how they heard the animals cry throughout the night

When the SPCA found the animals the next morning they had severe drag marks on their bodies, broken bones and in excruciating pain. The SPCA put the animals down.

And that was just in the last few days...This shit happens daily in South Africa and is totaly under reported. What amazes me the most is that the South African liberal apologetics will still consider blacks the equals of whites, despite thousands of incidences and evidences that disproves any and all their theories.

They simply cannot see that blacks lack the compassion and benevolence to other human beings and animals that is so self evident in whites.

Any normal or sane person will be able to see that there is no way that one can class these primitive beings as equals. The only time we will become equals is if the whites willingly drop their standards and become primitives themselves. Personally I do not think it is possible. It is unnatural. Separation (Apartheid) is the only solution…as former Prime Minister of South Arica, John Vorster use to say…”The alternative is just too ghastly to comprehend”.

Below is a movie…It shows what blacks did to each other during Apartheid and what they did to themselves for the past 200,000 years.

Do not watch the movie if you are sensitive…But if you are interested in understanding why whites just had to have Apartheid then watch it. Open your eyes to the REAL Noble savage.


"Kill the White baby, kill the white woman, kill the white man."

Cops face animal cruelty charge


Bloemfontein - The Virginia SPCA in the Free State has laid a charge of animal cruelty against Ventersburg police after they allegedly dragged two injured cows to their offices, Beeld reported on Tuesday.

SPCA committee member Thea Smith told Beeld the cows were injured in an accident at about 22:00 on Sunday, but the SPCA was only called in the next day.

The cows, which had broken legs, were allegedly dragged to the police office and left overnight.

Smith said people had told of how they heard the cows "cry" the entire night.

The animals were immediately put down by the SPCA, Beeld reported.

Smith said one of the high ranking officers was upset because he wanted to braai the animals.

Initially Smith said she received opposition when she arrived at the police station, but she insisted on laying a charge of animal cruelty.

"The animals must have gone through indescribable pain and suffering. Visible drag marks were seen on the animals," Smith said.


Farm Attacks and Killings

Here is a link from News 24 about SOME of the farm attacks that have taken place in South Africa from  6th June 2010 - 6th June 2011.

It is heart breaking............


Threats Of Litigation

Jun 6, 2011 

Cape Town budget sparks threats of litigation ....

It's been less than a week since Patricia de Lille was sworn in as mayor of Cape Town and already the battle lines have been drawn between the ANC and the DA as the city budget skirmish heats up. 

 The DA won an outright majority in last month's municipal elections. 

Yesterday, the ANC moved that approval of the city's budget be postponed. 

A special council meeting is to take place tomorrow to consider and approve the budget, but the ANC wants more preparation time. 

According to ANC councillor Tony Ehrenreich, new councillors need time to study the budget proposals and fit them to campaign promises. 

"As councillors, we can't sign off on a budget without adequate time to study it," Ehrenreich said.

"We need the opportunity to file our responses to the budget so that it aligns with the other responsibilities we have to our constituents." 

Yesterday, deputy mayor Ian Neilson said the DA would not consider the ANC's proposal to postpone the budget process. 

"The budget has already been through a very extensive process as required by legislation," Neilson said. 

"It was tabled in February, it went through a public participation process, it went through portfolio committees, it went back to the previous council after a full consideration. 

"We believe there are enough people in the new ANC caucus who were there before. They've had a presentation. I don't think there's any merit in postponing." 

The three-year budget, to go into effect on July 1, was due to be passed before the election but was tabled until the new council took office. 

"The decision not to approve the budget was considered most appropriate because the incoming council would be afforded an opportunity to revisit the budget policy direction and assess the alignment to the election promises made to the voters of Cape Town," the ANC motion read. 

The budget must be passed by June 30. 

Ehrenreich said the budget, as it stands, does not address the needs of the poor.
"When we look at the substance of the budget there is not enough allocation of funding to informal settlements," he said. 

"There's also not enough consideration given to backyarders." 

As the ANC caucus was meeting yesterday, the DA caucus was in session discussing last-minute budget considerations ahead of tomorrow's special meeting of the city council. 

Ehrenreich said that legal action might be taken against the DA if it steam-rollered the budget through the council without allowing ANC members time to study all the new adjustments to it.
Neilson said the ANC's threats of legal action were without merit. 

"It will be quantity versus quality," ANC chief whip Xolani Sotashe said. 

"The types of councillors we have here will raise issues without fear. The DA must respect their official opposition." 

George woman stabbed to death

June 6 2011 

A 29-year-old woman was found dead on her bed, with multiple stab wounds, at her flat in George, Western Cape police said on Monday. 

Sonè Romainne Lindoor was last seen leaving her workplace on Sunday morning after she finished her night shift, said Captain Malcolm Pojie. 

She did not arrive for her 5pm shift later that same day. 

“When she did not pitch for work, a colleague went to her flat to look for her and made the gruesome discovery of the body that was lying on the bed with multiple stab wounds all over it.” 

Pojie said Lindoor had sustained about 50 stab wounds all over her body. 

Investigations were continuing and police asked anyone with information to call the investigating officer Allie Du Plessis on 044-803-4762 or 082-380-0782.

Two held over counterfeit money

June 6 2011 

Johannesburg - Two Nigerians were arrested in Bramley on Monday for the possession of counterfeit US dollars with a face value of $80-million, police said. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Tshisikhawe Ndou said police, acting on a tip-off, went to a house in Bramley where the five trunks of fake US dollars were found. 

The men - aged 40 and 41 - were arrested. 

Officers seized 18 cellphones, suspected to be stolen, and seven Ingersoll watches worth R700 000.00 


Shot singer’s frantic phone call

June 7 2011

Chad Saaiman

“I’ve been shot, I’m bleeding” Cape Town singer and songwriter Chad Saaiman screamed to his brother over the phone minutes after he was shot in an attempted hijacking near Sandton on Sunday evening. 

While the Sama-nominated artist fought for his life at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital, news of Saaiman’s attack spread rapidly across the city on Monday morning. 

Saaiman, 27, who recently relocated to Johannesburg, was on his way home from a church service he attended with friend and fellow musician Loyiso Bala. 

Loyiso Bala.

Sandton police were unable to give detailed information about the attempted hijacking as Saaiman was still unconscious and on a ventilator in the intensive care unit. 

According to his brother and co-founder of their record label, Stereotype Records, Lee Saaiman, Chad was shot below his ribs and drove away from his attackers. 

During emergency surgery on Sunday night, the bullet was removed from his stomach, but damaged his liver and intestines. 

Saaiman was in a critical condition on Monday afternoon, but when his family visited him he regained consciousness. His mother, Sandy Saaiman, said: “I’m coping and I thank God for all the prayers. We are hopeful for another miracle. When I saw Chad, I held his hand and he rubbed mine.” 

According to Lee Saaiman, his brother stopped at a house in Glenhazel, one of Johannesburg’s northern suburbs, to ask for assistance after the telephone call. 

He passed out just before paramedics arrived. They resuscitated him and took him to hospital.
“He didn’t know who to call, so I started calling friends in Johannesburg to go with him to hospital. I tried to remain calm and assess the damage and find out where he was. I told him to just keep breathing and put pressure on the wound,” Lee said. 

Saaiman, who became known during the first season of Idols, is one of the most established artists in Cape Town. In 2009, his debut album, Chasing Melodies, was nominated for a South African Music Award. 

Captain Kym Cloete, police spokesperson for the Sandringham area, said they were investigating a case of attempted murder and had made no arrests. 

It is not known how many people approached Saaiman in Glenhazel.
Cloete said: “Police were called out by a resident in Glenhazel after a man approached them in his VW Polo saying he’d been shot. 

“He was taken to hospital and we will get further statements from him once he is able to talk.”
Lee Saaiman said his brother was due to go into surgery again last night and added that his condition appeared to be a lot more positive.


Dad saves son from execution

June 7 2011 

Myhendran Naidoo, who was assaulted and shot, shows where a bullet grazed his skull, right. His father, Gono Naidoo, rescued him from gunmen allegedly linked to drug dealers in Laudium.

A Pretoria father’s desperate lunge saved his son from certain death when a gunman, who is the alleged henchman of a suspected drug gang, opened fire on the young man as he tried to execute him. 

Myhendran Naidoo is believed to have accidentally been caught up in a suspected turf war in Laudium while driving home from his girlfriend’s house on Sunday night. 

Naidoo and his cousin, Mohamed Naidoo, had just dropped off their girlfriends in Primrose Street when they were attacked. The gunman, along with several cronies, attacked the cousins moments after the two stopped when they were confronted. 

Demanding to know why they had been stopped, Myhendran was beaten to the ground. One of his three attackers then grabbed a brick and started beating him in the face.
His terrified cousin phoned Myhendran’s father, Gono, who ran from his nearby house to help his son. 

“As I got there I saw a man holding a gun to my son’s head. I just prayed and prayed as I ran. I ran as fast as I could, screaming at the man to leave my son alone. 

“The man pushed the gun harder into my son’s head. I could see that he was going to shoot, so I dived and grabbed him. 

“Everything was a blur. As I grabbed him I heard the gun go off. There was so much blood.
“I thought that Myhendran was dead, but I just pulled and pulled until we were behind a house,” he said, describing how the men opened fire on them as they fled. 

Gono Naidoo, speaking for his son who was unable to talk because of his injuries, said had he not jumped for his son and grabbed him he would have been killed. 

“It was that close. The bullet tore through his skin but thankfully did not do much damage. The doctor said if it had been a millimetre closer Myhendran would be dead.” 

The family had no idea why the two cousins had been attacked.
“All we know is that they were driving home when someone began swearing at them.
“When they stopped all hell broke loose,” said Naidoo. 

Describing the attack, Mohamed Naidoo said they were driving down Primrose Street when someone began screaming at them. 

“As we stopped to find out what was happening the man carried on yelling at us. When we got out of the car the guy along with another man attacked us and beat Myhendran to the ground.
“They would not stop. They beat him with a brick and bottles. Then one of them pulled out a gun and started dragging Myhendran towards his house. 

“I was screaming at them, but there was nothing I could do. I phoned Myhendran’s dad and when he came another man ran out from another house and started shooting at us.
“I dropped to the ground and started crawling away. When I looked back I saw a man standing over Myhendran with a gun to his head. 

“It was terrifying. We had no idea what was happening or why they were attacking us,” he said.
Gono Naidoo said they believed the attack was linked to gangs involved in drugs. 

“Although police have caught three of those who attacked our children, which we are grateful for, crime, especially drug abuse, is out of control in Laudium. 

“This is not the first time something like this has happened. 

If something is not done soon to stop it those who have been arrested will be replaced by more thugs who will continue to kill our children,” he said. 

Police spokeswoman Warrant Officer Wanda Olivier said three people had been arrested in connection with the shooting and would appear in court soon on charges of attempted murder.
Police arrested the suspects soon after the shooting. 

“Police were on patrol in the area when they heard a gunshot. When they went to investigate they found a man lying bleeding on the ground. 

“Following up on information they tracked down the suspects.” 


(This is worth a read)

I have learned that the best classroom in the world is at the feet of an elderly person. 
I have learned that when you are in love it shows.
I have learned that just one person saying to me “you have made my day” makes my day.
I have learned that having a child fall asleep in your arms is one of the most peaceful feelings in the world. 
I have learned that being kind is more important than being right. 
I have learned that you should never say no to a gift from a child. 
I have learned that I can always pray for someone when I don’t have the strength to help him in some other way. 
I have learned that no matter how serious your life requires you to be, everybody needs a friend to act goofy with. 
I have learned that sometimes all a person needs is a hand to hold and a heart to understand.
I have learned that simple walks with my folks around the block on summer nights when I was a child did wonders for me as an adult.
I have learned that life is like a roll of toilet paper. The closer it gets to the end the faster it goes. 
I have learned that we should be glad that God does not give us everything we ask for. 
I have learned that money does not buy class. 
I have learned that it is those small daily happenings that make life so spectacular.
I have learned that under everyone’s hard shell is someone who wants to be loved and appreciated.
I have learned that to ignore the facts does not change the facts. 
I have learned that when you plan to get even with someone, you are only letting that person continue to hurt you.
I have learned that love, not time, heals all wounds. 
I have learned that the only way for me to grow as a person is to surround myself with people smarter than I am. 
I have learned that everyone you meet deserves to be greeted with a smile. 
I have learned that no one is perfect until you fall in love with them. 
I have learned that life is tough but I am tougher. 
I have learned that opportunities are never lost, someone will take the ones you miss. 
I have learned that if you Harbour bitterness, happiness will dock elsewhere.
I’ve learned that one should keep his words both soft and tender, because tomorrow he may have to eat them. 
I have learned that a smile is an inexpensive way to improve your looks. 
I’ve learned that when a newly born baby holds your finger in his little fist, that you are hooked for life. 
I have learned that everyone want’s to live on top of the mountain, but all the happiness and growth occours while you are climbing it. 
I have learned that the less time I have to work with the more things I get done.

This piece was written by a very special person - whom I sincerly hope one day I have the privilege of meeting in person!