Sunday, 24 September 2006

White Child Slavery in the New South Africa

By the Uhuru Guru of the Why South Africa is crap blog

18 September 2006

In the cruel and dystopic hell of the New South Africa, the gangrenous stench of all-pervasive decay has been wafting over the dark continent since white capitulation in 1994. The olfactory senses of scavengers and carrion eaters from as far afield as Ghana and Nigeria have locked on to the distinct odour of a beckoning feast, and have, just as in nature, descended on the huddled, terrified group of whites. Like a writhing mass of maggots, hordes of criminal West African scum have infested our cities and towns, establishing markets for the narcotic death they purvey. Formerly quiet, isolated towns like Bloemfontein & Kimberley now feature a burgeoning drug culture of crack, heroin, cocaine and other mind-altering substances.

Their modus operandi involves the handing out of generous samples to (especially) white suburban school kids as well as to the spawn of newly empowered black middle classes. Once they’ve ‘grown’ their markets and the profits roll in, they next branch into prostitution and abduction rackets. White crack whores takes a little too long to produce, so the mostly Nigerian filth then turn to kidnapping our children. A growing trend in recent years (most notably in, but not limited to the Johannesburg East Rand suburbs of Benoni, Boksburg, Kempton Park) has been to prowl the streets in vicinity of schools in search of young girls between the ages of 12 and 16. The young, largely white teens walking home from school are seized in broad daylight. They are then held at Nigerian snake pits, and are force-fed a diet of crack cocaine and intravenous heroin.

Brutal beatings, relentless assaults and the most barbarous rapes imaginable complete the job of turning them into permanently damaged zombies, after which they are put to work in child prostitution rings. For weeks or even months, these hapless, pitiable creatures are forced to work as sex slaves, satisfying the twisted sexual demands of mostly black clientele. (Nigerian pimps charge triple, even quadruple fees to eager black steamers wanting to taste white flesh, compared to what black, coloured and Indian girls earn them) Some are smuggled out of the country, usually destined for Western African locations, but most are (mercifully?) murdered when their sell-by date of approximately 3 months arrives. Most often, their bodies are disposed of and never found, but sometimes, police will find their dumped corpses and the heart-rending evidence of the very worst that Africa has on offer.

Of all the reprehensible black on white hate crimes being committed in South Africa, this is the single most surpressed and downplayed act of genocide of them all.

Teens escape clutches of sex ring

Four teenage South African girls have survived the horror of being abducted and sold into a sex ring, coerced into crime or murdered. The girls, rescued by Sunnyside police over the past three weeks, were lured from their homes in Pretoria, the East Rand and Northern Cape. The teenagers, picked up by truckers and long distance taxi drivers believed to be members of a paedophile organisation preying on the vulnerable, are the lucky ones. For the families of 22 Pretoria children, who have disappeared over the past two months, the anxiety of not knowing what has happened to their loved ones continues. This week the Pretoria News reported on the disappearance and murder of Janine Rooi, eight, whose body was found close to her Eersterus home. She is the ninth murdered or missing child the Pretoria News has reported on in the past year.

The other murdered or missing children reported on include Connie Ncube, four, whose mutilated body was found in February dumped in a river in Nellmapius; Mamelodi childhood friends Lerato Ndinisa, 18, Tsholofelo Aphane, 19, and Lindiwe Mbonani, 17, who were found dead in May in Mamelodi West; Aaron Masongo, 12, whose body was found dumped in the city centre on the Apies River bank in November; Lindiwe Magoro, seven, who fell to her death during a burglary at her parents' second floor Berea flat; Thulani Shisana, 15, who was shot dead at his Mamelodi school in May; Thulani Soyizwapi, 16, who was stabbed to death at his Olievenhoutbosch school in May; and Dineo Motaung, nine, who disappeared from her Winterveld home in March. She has yet to be found.

Despite these murders and disappearances, police have consistently declined to divulge to parents how safe children are in Pretoria, Cape Town, Johannesburg or Durban; even though crimes against children had been declared a national policing priority for the past 10 years. The reason: statistics with regard to the breakdown on the figures per city of murdered or missing children are not readily available. (Or so they claim - the truth is that the real situation is so shockingly bad, it will cause a massive backlash)

However, the South African Missing and Exploited Children's Centre (Samec), has revealed that in the past two months 44 children have disappeared in Johannesburg, 29 in Cape Town and 22 in Pretoria. Its website states that one in three girls and one in five boys suffer sexual exploitation and that nearly 2 000 children are murdered each year in South Africa.

Missing children often fell prey to crime syndicates.

Childline Director Joan van Niekerk also expressed concern about the country's child murder rate. Reports to her organisation of children in danger were on the rise. Missing children often fell prey to crime syndicates, she said, who usually ended up killing their victims. According to the SAPS annual report, 1 128 children were killed in South Africa in 2004/2005. The SAPS claim between 1 200 to 1 500 children disappear every year in South Africa.

Missing Persons Bureau commander Superintendent Fanie van Deventer, who declined to divulge figures on the number of children murdered in 2006, said the worst provinces for missing children were Gauteng, Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape. While most children who went missing were runaways, he said, problems occurred with what happened to them after they left home. "These children are vulnerable and often fall prey to criminal gangs involved in the sex trade and other criminal activities such as drug smuggling," he said.

Van Deventer said time was of the essence when it came to finding missing children. International statistics showed that "after 72 hours the search changes from finding the child alive to looking for a body". This made it paramount that missing children were reported to the police immediately. SAPS spokesperson Director Phuti Setati said the SAPS had an 82 percent recovery rate of finding missing children. There were various programmes in place to raise awareness surrounding crimes against children, he said.

Source:Why South Africa is crap blog

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