South Africa Frees Criminals
Jan Lamprecht - 5/25/2005
The African National Congress supports crime and it is interesting how they go about dealing with it. In the last few months, they have freed White criminals, who really should either be executed or should be serving hard labor. Whenever they free some of White scum, they do so with great fanfare and it is splashed all over the front page of newspapers and magazines, and these criminals are treated almost as heroes. There was a White Afrikaner woman who was freed some time back. She and her boyfriend were murderers. The man was executed by previous, apartheid-era, government for the hideous crimes he committed, but she was given a life prison sentence. Now the ANC let her go - with much accompanying publicity.
I, personally, do not regard this as a "favor" to White people to see White criminals going free. I would much rather see a good number of murderers - Black and White - swinging on the end of a rope. I'd like to see the rest of criminals working 10 hours a day, 6 days a week - building roads, dams, railways, harvesting crops and doing other vital hard labor to build up the infrastructure in South Africa.
Another criminal Allan Heyl, a former Stander Gang member, was also set free. The Stander Gang was a member of one of the most notorious gangs in South African history, led by a rogue Policeman who specialized in bank robberies. They pulled off a couple of quite stunning bank robberies and were in the news for a couple of years, until the "Apartheid" Police sorted them out. Now, Heyl has been freed.
It seems like the ANC is letting a few White criminals out, to much fanfare and fame - while secretly, thousands of Black criminals are similarly freed - to no fanfare. It is a game to show ANC's "non-racist" nature, in letting Whites free, while releasing large numbers of Black criminals back into society, most of whom will be back to preying on law-abiding citizens.
One of Nelson Mandela's first "birthday presents" (yes, he used those words) to South Africa was to set 9,000 criminals free. Communists in many other countries have made a habit of setting criminals free - and in South Africa it is a never-ending process. I've lost count of the number of mass releases of criminals, where thousands were let go at a time. There is a constant flow of criminals going loose - either through technicalities or by conveniently being allowed to escape. It is a proven fact, that whenever vast numbers of criminals are set free, crime follows. This has been proven in South Africa in recent years better than anywhere else.