OK In my previous articles about this issue, one very "learned gentlemen" said, If I was causing a genocide I would hide the figures in general crime statistics. Having taken a little time to consider his conspiracy theory I have come up with an answer.
All these okes that are out there killing white people because they are white are killing 5 non white people to cover up the genocide. This is masterful thinking, but we should be encouraging them to kill 20 instead. That will really hide the proof that there is a genocide and it would be a master stroke reducing the population, leaving more land for the survivors.
On second thoughts, The "learned gentleman" is obviously delusional. This conspiracy exists in his mind.
I think maybe crime has been ignored for too long as there are very few people protesting against the wholesale slaughter of South Africans, both black and white.
Many South Africans will lose a loved one today, tomorrow and the next day for stupid reasons including a cellphone, a wallet with R 10.00 in it and maybe even a 5 year old BMW.
I recall a shoes in the park protest in the 90's where a pair of shoes was placed empty on the grass for every murdered person being remembered. Maybe we should repeat this protest, with a difference.
Pick a venue in your town, for example the town hall and encourage every South African that has lost a family member to crime and violence to place a pair of shoes on the doorstep at a specific time and date.
Just not the police station, We don't need to prevent the brave men that are doing there jobs from getting places. I know we won't stop the lazy ones from collecting their Nandos and KFC but never mind.
What say you should we plan this properly and have a "Rainbow November" Protest? Let's tell Dan Roodt, Steve and Sunette that we care about more than just our own. Let's do something the whole country can join in on. Let's tell a new story, not of "genocide" of the few but of the suffering of the many.
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