Chatting with New Wife about this and that on the way to the
liquor store gun store supermarket; and it appears that in South Africa, people running charity missions to deliver food parcels to the elderly and incapacitated were being robbed and their parcels taken by roving gangs of “teenagers”.
So the Government stepped in and had police officers take charge of the deliveries… wait, wait, don’t spoil the punchline…
…whereupon the police officers stole the food parcels for themselves.
New Wife was tut-tutting about the lawlessness of the people supposedly tasked with maintaining law and order, whereupon I added:
“Over Here, we had senior officers in the FBI — supposedly, one of the most ethical police forces in the world, whose motto is Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity — cooking up evidence to spy on a political campaign, intending to overturn a president elected in a fair and lawful election.
“Compared to that, nicking a couple of food parcels is minor-league stuff.”
And it is.
Nothing can explain the idiocy of South African government better than this excerpt from TakiMag:
So much wisdom in so small a passage. Especially the part about flip-flops. I’d vote for that.
Peter Grant talks about Africa, and the savagery that never ends except when the White man steps in to stop it. And when he gets sick of carrying the White Man’s Burden and walks away, it starts up again as though it never stopped.
Although the links Peter posts are of an earlier era, what he states is absolutely true: it’s still going on today. He’s seen it at first hand, and so have I.
And now this is happening not just in Africa, but pretty much everywhere Africans settle.
Prove me wrong.
Addendum: And right on cue, I get an email from Longtime Reader And Friend Peter B., who has the scoop on the latest reindeer games in Africa:
A Chinese factory in Zambia was set on fire. The following quotes are from the Global Times, the CCP news outlet:
The three Chinese nationals from East China’s Jiangsu Province were murdered by three local Zambians who then set fire to the warehouse of a Chinese clothing company on Sunday, outraging the Chinese community in the African country, local sources revealed to the Global Times.
According to a preliminary investigation by Zambian police, the suspects, two men and one woman, entered the warehouse and killed the victims before committing robbery, and then set a fire to destroy evidence.
The ChiComs are discovering just how much fun it is, and how much it costs, to play in Africa. Can we call it the “Yellow Man’s Burden”, yet?
Funniest news item of the day:
“Migrant neighbourhoods in France have risen to the challenge of the Coronavirus crisis by rioting and looting supermarkets.”
“A shipment of [six million] face masks, ordered by Germany to protect health workers battling the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, has mysteriously vanished in Kenya. It remains unclear whether the batch was stolen or simply misplaced.”
I’ll take “stolen” for $400, Alex. Africa wins again.
Obviously, that diversity thing is working out very well for the Danes. As it is for all the countries who are importing Third Worlders into their country, hoping (against all the evidence) that the Magic Dirt Theory will work this time. And when some of the locals in ScandiLand do wake up and smell the coffee, their governments’ response is all too predictable.
Here’s yet another reason not to have anything to do with South Africa:
There has been at least one cash-in-transit (CIT) heist a day nationally since the beginning of the year.
The report is dated Feb 14, but there’s no reason to suppose that the trend hasn’t continued. And to show that the choirboys have moved with the times:
Anti-crime advocate Yusuf Abramjee said it was worrying that CIT robbers had become so brazen, and that they were using more explosives to blow up the vans.
There’s a guy with job security. It’s like being a condom salesman during Fleet Week, only the number of ships in port grows each day. (It’s also a bullshit job; other than the criminals, who isn’t an anti-crime advocate?)
And the final touch:
National police spokesperson Brigadier Vish Naidoo said that not all the CIT incidents were categorised as heists because an incident is only considered a heist if the suspects get away with money.
That’s like being held up at gunpoint, but not characterizing it as “violent” crime because the thief didn’t shoot you.
Can’t remember who sent me the article, but many thanks… I think.