Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Welcome to the Police State – South Africa

Why has the world gone silent?

With the South African municipal elections around the corner on 18 May 2011, I’m sure we will be seeing many devious communist tricks coming from the ANC’s quarters. This happens every time when elections are held in this country: The ANC loads masses of their sheeple on busses to be dropped off in voting districts where they do not even reside. It’s an age-old trick they’ve been doing since April 1994!

In most cases there is always insufficient or scant evidence to prove ANC treachery, in other words, there is always smoke but not enough fire. The fire always seems to get smouldered by the interfering madness of the liberated fools who, for reasons that completely boggle my mind, appear to be totally blind to all this fraud and treachery going on under our very noses. How can any sane human being call this a democracy? Where is the international media – why aren’t they here in their busloads… oops I almost forgot - they’re owned by the International Judaic, the vipers who started all this chaos!

The recent incident at Midvaal, where a private citizen (73) attempted to record evidence of this treachery, and who then got assaulted and arrested by these ANC maniacs, boils down to a mild form of terrorism. It is what these scum communists do best! Their conniving tactics will never change – not in the next 100 years!

ANC member assaults DA member. DA member arrested
Kate Lorimer - 07 March 2011

Onside cops offside says DA

The actions and wrongful arrest of Edward Wenger, a DA supporter in Midvaal this weekend, seem to indicate that members of the SAPS are not playing an impartial role in the electoral process. A 73 year old DA supporter who suspected electoral fraud on the part of the ANC, due to the arrival of a busload of ANC supporters, allegedly from outside the municipal area, at a registration station in Midvaal, was assaulted by an ANC member when he took photographs with his cell phone.

When SAPS members arrived, Mr. Wenger was arrested and placed in a police vehicle which took him to the Meyerton Police Station.  The ANC member who had assaulted him was allowed to drive to the police station in her own car. The SAPS are now denying  that  they arrested Mr. Wenger, which is unlikely to be the case.  If Mr. Wenger had not been arrested, why was he placed in a police vehicle and not allowed to drive himself  to the police station just like the ANC member?

I call on the Provincial Commissioner, Lt. General Petros, to immediately suspend the SAPS members involved and conduct an urgent internal investigation.  Members of our police service cannot afford to be seen as being partial to one political party.  I will also be laying a complaint with the Internal Complaints Directorate. Police neutrality is crucial to underpin a free and fair electoral process.  If it is absent, that process may be in doubt.

Statement issued by Kate Lorimer DA MPL, DA Spokesperson Safety & Security Gauteng, March 7 2011

Here’s an interesting comment someone made on this posting at www.politicsweb.co.za:

Don't look for justice from Provincial Commissioner, Lt. General Petros!

He is the guy who gave instructions for the falsification of police records concerning the drunken driving arrest of Tony Yengeni -- the crook whom our Speaker of Parliament helped to carry into jail shoulder-high, only to be hospitalised and released like Shabby Shaik.

You can't beat that mafia in their games of corruption!”

Source: www.politicsweb.co.za


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