Increase in murders

2018-05-24 06:01

THE most heinous crime against humanity is murder. During the early apartheid years murder, rape, kidnapping and treason were punishable by the death sentence. Scathing criticism is continuously focused against the apartheid white Government by black South Africans for actions of the security forces on revolutionaries, aiming to destabilize the Government.

However, since the new dispensation of 1994, thousands of murders have been committed by black South Africans on their black brothers and sisters more than the security branch on alleged perpetrators of violence and treason.

How many Zulu victims were “necklaced” by Xhosas, suffering the excruciating death of burning tyres placed around their necks! Violence is persistently perpetrated by the so-called “intelligentia”, the university students, the cream of our population, who, instead of attending lectures, torch the university buildings, libraries and computer centres. Instead of dialogue to discuss and acknowledge differences, opponents are murdered.

The health department conveniently rid themselves of the mentally handicapped by inhumane acts of starvation, dehydration and hypothermia. The reputable African Feeding Scheme, instituted by the apartheid Government to provide nutritious meals to the black pupil, has been replaced by corrupt tenders providing watery gruel or contaminated food.

An affluent leader of a peoples’ party, unable to control his gluttony, underwent an expensive gastric bypass. Why must I subject myself to this aspiring president, who is unable to restrain his appetite? This statement could encompass the numerous corrupt and wealthy Parliamentary ministers, with their extensive, unsightly, bulky girth — contrasting against the skeletal-thin poor.

DR L.J. PELTZ

South Coast

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