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SUID AFRIKA ‘N OORLOGSONE

Korrupsie in snelratDit is die gevolgtrekking waartoe die minister van polisie, Bheki Cele geraak het nadat die misdaadsyfers deur die parlement bekend gemaak is. Na 23 jaar se politieke beheer van Suid Afrika waar moord en doodslag sedert die begin van hulle illegitieme beheer onverpoosd voortgeduur het en nou toeneem, verklaar die “president” van die swartbeheerde Suid Afrika (met enkele blanke kommuniste en liberaliste se hulp), dat die moorde op blankes nie sy prioritteit is nie!

Daar het vir die Afrikanervolk net een opsie oorgebly indien ons wil oorleef en dit is om te begin terugveg! As die swartes dan oorlog wil hê, laat ons hulle dan oorlog gee! Hulle moet begin besef dat as dit in enige swarte se kop gekom het om blankes iewers leed aan te doen, hy sy lewe in sy hand neem.

Om vir 23 jaar feitlik daagliks een vir een vermoor, vermink en verkrag te word, kan nie langer gemoedelik aanvaar word nie. Daar is géén argument wat aangevoer kan word waarom ons verdien om een vir een uitgewis te word, bloot omdat hulle nie kans sien om ons in ‘n oorlog aan te vat nie.

Die immoraliteit van die swartes én die blankes wat dit moontlik gemaak het vir hulle om in beheer van Suid Afrika te kom is benede enige mens se waardigheid! Om net daaraan te dink dat jy in ‘n parlement moet sit waarin niks anders as agteruitgang bereik word nie, laat ‘n mens sidder as jy die toekoms bedink!

Kan daar hoegenaamd nog van ‘n beskawing gepraat word? Suid Afrika ‘n demokrasie?? ‘n Terroristokrasie of moontlik ‘n Kleptomanokrasie sal beter pas waar misdaad, korrupsie en doelbewuste onderlinge uitoorlêery binne die staatsbestel aan die orde is!

Bheki Cele in Cyril se kabinetCrimeStats: South Africans are living in a war zone – Cele

CAPE TOWN - Police Minister Bheki Cele says South Africans are living in a war zone where 57 citizens are murdered every day.

Cele and senior South African Police Service (SAPS) officials have released the latest crime statistics in Parliament, which show murder is up by 6.9% from last year.

Cele says the latest crime statistics are “nothing to write home about”.

Related: Cele on crime stats - Police have dropped the ball

The figures show that murder is up from 19,016 murders in 2016/17 to 20,336 this financial year. Attempted murder cases have also increased, as are the killing of women which has gone up 11%.

“I think our emphasis should be on what ought to be done rather than the crime statistics, which doesn’t give any joy.”

Police committee chairperson Francois Beukman adds: "The murder increase of 6.9% is really alarming and totally unacceptable. It’s clear, if we look at statistics, that violent crime is a danger to all South Africans.”

Members of Parliament have called for strategic interventions from the police calling for more specialised units are needed to target scourges, such as gangsterism and taxi-related violence.

(Edited by Shimoney Regter)

Regan Thaw

Eyewitness News - ‎11‎ ‎September‎ ‎2018

#CrimeStats: 50% increase in cash-in-transit heists

CAPE TOWN – Cash-in-transit heists are up more than 50%.

The latest crime statistics, released at Parliament on Tuesday morning, show that more than 200 cases were recorded in the 2017/18 financial year. This is up from 152 in the previous period. Heists are at their highest rate yet.

Meanwhile, Democratic Alliance Member of Parliament Zakhele Mbele who sits on Parliament’s police committee quizzed Police Minister Bheki Cele on the issue of inadequate police resourcing. Cele has conceded there are not nearly enough officers.

At the same time, Cele has told Parliament that murders in South Africa are on the rise. At least 20,336 murders were recorded nationally, which means that 57 people are killed in South Africa each day.

The total number of murders for the country has increased from 19,016 to 20,336.

The murder of women has increased by 11%, with 2,930 murders compared to 2,639 in 2016/2017. Mpumalanga and the Northern Cape have recorded a decrease in murders but there has been an increase in all of the other provinces.

Cele has bemoaned the stats, admitting that the police have "dropped the ball".

The motives and circumstances behind killings range from gangsterism to vigilantism.

(Edited by Shimoney Regter)

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