Tuesday, December 13, 2011

South Africa - receding into a pit of hell?

The preparations involved with the drafting of the previous posting, dealing with the current explosive situation in the DR Congo, took up most of my Friday as well as my Saturday afternoon. In-between I’ve been attending to other personal issues. I have thus, since Friday, not been keeping up-to-date with all the latest news in South Africa, and neither have I been paying much attention to the concoction of weekly news dished up by Sundays National newspapers.

After I’d cached-up with most of the news by Monday afternoon, and thoroughly examined all the content that was delivered to my e-mail inbox over the weekend, and sorted the ‘average’, ‘remarkable’, ‘exceptional’, and ‘bizarre’ from the ‘trash’, I’m more than ever convinced that South Africa has become a fully-fledged satanic hellhole.

There are so many stories that exemplify this fact, that I’m at a loss which ones I should use as a focal point for my next article. Stories related to corrupt and incompetent cops have been so plentiful lately that my mind automatically dumps them into a mental folder marked, “The Norm in SA”. Incidentally, this blog already contains more than 30  articles that highlight this problem… Type “SA Police” in the search bar to find them!

Some of these stories (minus the corrupt cop stories), which occurred over the weekend, are as follows:

 …. and so on.

However, my hairs stood on end, after reading the story about an alleged police "hit squad" operating in KwaZulu-Natal under the command of the province's Hawks boss, Major-General Johan Booysen. 

My immediate reaction was to start drafting an article related to this story, but the little bird on my shoulder, who helps me out of trouble now and then, instantaneously warned me not to deliver an opinion at this point in time. Besides the fact that some of the older white officers who appear to be involved in the matter were, many years ago, former acquaintances of mine, the Sunday Times is known to make groundless accusations from ‘evidence’ they’ve obtained from dubious sources.

All I’m prepared to say right now is that IF these allegations uncovered by The Sunday Times are true (which I strongly doubt), then I’m afraid some of South Africa’s most courageous and most experienced detectives have fallen under the spell of the devil. Their minds have thus deteriorated to the same immorally-depraved level of terrorists.

This sort of thing unfortunately happens in all countries were socialist-communists have taken power, but it should not affect honourable men of standing. Only those who remain sober at all times and who are acutely faithful to their God can survive working and living for an organisation controlled by demonic forces. Even then there is no guarantee they’ll survive, as most men working under hazardous conditions sometimes forget what god(s) they must pledge allegiance to.


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