Reverend not obliged to go to nude beach

2015-12-17 06:00

DISTASTEFUL and disgusting porn advertisements of women caressing their own breasts are frequently screened on TV. As I only have access to the four local TV programmes, I am obliged to view these adverts. If the honourable Reverend Mike Effanga does not wish to view nude swimmers, he is not obliged to visit that beach. He can have access to numerous other beaches along the South Coast.

Why does the honourable, Reverend Effanga not protest against immorality prevalent in our country?

All religious sects – Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism (to name a few) – strictly forbid fornication and promiscuity.

The ANC and its followers indulge in polygamy. If a white commits bigamy, he is prosecuted. Numerous unwanted and/or uncared for property result from promiscuity. According to law the age of consent is 16. Yet the numerous children, below this age, who are sexually active are “rewarded” with a monetary grant instead of prosecution.

At the Zulu ceremonies to honour the young Zulu virgins, these topless young women, who gyrated to beating drums, swing their naked breast in public. No criticism from the reverend.

Why does the honourable reverend not focus his energies on physically helping to reduce the violent and serious crime along the coast?

During the past few years, after the local music concerts, the local residents of St Mikes are confronted with unhygienic conditions and the stench of urine and faeces, in addition to discarded condoms. The honourable retained his silence.

Not that the statues-sculptures of the great Renaissance great masters are naked.

I strongly recommend that the honourable reverend does not embark on a cultural tour of the museums and art galleries of Europe –as it is apparent that he is obsessed by sexual aspect.

I would like to reiterate - the angels in the Bible­ are unclad.

El Lobo

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