Date Posted: Sunday 25-May-2008
Not only mob and criminals but majorities of respected members of police are involved in crime against immigrants. The ANC government of President Thabo Mbeki knows all this but does nothing.
It is the ANC unspoken goal to get rid South Africa of foreigners especially Zimbabweans and whites as well. Most members of South African Police are ANC supporters. The ANC government is an utter failure.
Male police demand sex from immigrant women.
Police demand bribes from victims of recent xenophobic violence.
Police have no respect of foreigners, man, women and children.
Most of these crimes are committed by black police officers. I have encountered white police officers they have never demanded bribes from me but a lot of black police offers have demanded bribes this include a top immigration official.
If such cases are reported black police will not take the report. Only those immigrants with legal recourse can succeed in opening cases against police. But still the case will be stifled along the way. South Africa is rotten because leaders are corrupt and majority of its citizens are corrupt, xenophobic, lazy and ungodly.
If l think of ANC I’m reminded of corruption which l see and hear of every day. Why are they so many corrupt police officials? Because also some or many of their leaders in the ANC government are corrupt.
Serious corruption and violence against foreigners has been going on for years. The murder of more than 20 immigrants and displacement of tens of thousands is the climax.
Read this Newspaper report:
POLICE PUT US THROUGH HELL
They’ve been beaten and terrified to death by angry crowds…some of their homes have been set on fire.
Now these sad, scared and helpless foreigners are trying to get home with their few belonging. But their troubles are not over…NOW THEY ARE AT MERCY OF CRUEL AND THEIVING COPS!
The refugees fleeing from the violence of last week say that even as they try to get on buses and trains that will take them home…crooked cops swoop on them like vultures. It was happening at Park Station, in Johannesburg as a Sun Newspaper Team arrived yesterday (21 May 2008).
When they saw reporters, the cops who had become reporters disappeared. Their victims, many of them women and children, spoke to the Daily Sun.
They said they were threatened with arrest if they didn’t pay up in cash….or sex! Zimbabwean David Mavuta said he was thrown into a cop van along with his two kids. The police demanded R200-or they would take the little family to Lindela Repatriation Center. David said his children were crying with hunger – but this did not worry the police squad which included an inspector, a Sergeant and two constables.
David was one of those who only escaped further trouble because the Sun Team arrived… Morgan Mwachindalo, from Malawi, said: “Instead of giving us protection, we are being taken through hell by the cops. “If you come to Park Station, especially at bus stop for Zimbabwe and Malawi buses, you will be shocked to see cops beating up those who do not want to pay bribes. I told them deportation would be better because l didn’t have money for the bus. Immediately they set me free!” Morgan said.
Musa Musabaeka, of Chimanimani in Zimbabwe, lost R300 to the cops. It was money he had borrowed to get back to Zimbabwe. “I’m really scared of staying in this country,” he said.
Several women told of how sex-hungry policemen demanded favors. “I’m 41 years old,” said a woman from Zimbabwe. “Imagine a 20 year old male constable demanding sex from me? Ok, I’m a refugee, but l wouldn’t stoop so low as to sleep with a boy. “I’ve been beaten lost my valuables, have no place to go… so why should l be afraid of cop-criminals?” said the women, who only identified herself as Ma Dube.-CAJ NEWS
Help mobilise practical aid to the Zimbabwean immigrant displaced by violence in South Africa. Write to your government officials urging them to support Zimbabweans struggling for freedom and justice.
“SPEAK UP FOR PEOPLE WHO CANNOT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES, PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF ALL WHO ARE HELPLESS. SPEAK FOR THEM AND BE A RIGHTEOUS JUDGE. PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF THE POOR AND NEEDY.” PROV 31:8