‘Struggle’ brought in illegal weapons

2015-11-11 06:00

DURING the so-called “struggle”, the ANC was a banned terrorist organisation and smuggled thousands of weapons into this country. These weapons were then distributed to the MK and all their comrades, even Nelson Mandela was issued with a weapon and uniform, which he buried in the backyard of his landlords house in Johannesburg.

The “modus operandi” of the ANC was to smuggle weapons - AK 47s, hand guns and explosives hidden in the floor boards of their tourist vehicles into South Africa via Botswana and other neighbouring states.

A proper inventory of receipts of these illegal weapons was obviously not kept because this country is saturated with assault rifles, etc.

Just look at the cash-in transit heists, where gangs, consisting of up to 12 to 15 members are armed with assault rifles - this speaks for itself.

So please do not cry now, it’s too late for tears, you caused it so solve it. If you do not believe what I have just mentioned then contact the SABC - it has a documentary on this very subject.


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