Taken from a blog we happened across. We cant confirm all the details but it looks like it is worth reporting.
A fly is killed in Israel or Palestine, the world stops. A black teen is shot by a half-white community watchman and a media frenzy ensues. A legless runner is arrested for killing his girlfriend, and the world gasps. Three white girls are savagely raped and murdered by blacks in the Rainbow Nation and no one blinks. Double standard?
This past week I had a chance to speak with a man whose daughter, a South African victim, and her two travel companions were brutally murdered while on holiday in South Africa a few years ago. We discussed the dangers non-black tourists face when visiting South Africa, and the fact that our governments have done little to dissuade people from travelling to the country.
Officially, approximately 30 times more murder occurs per capita in South Africa than in Britain. Although the United States is painted as a dangerous nation by the international media especially when compared to Western European nations like Britain, SA still has almost 10X more murders per capita than the US. Still, British and American tourists choose to vacation in South Africa, in spite of the violence being perpetrated against whites.
The question is why.
Sure there are pristine beaches, vibrant cities, stunning scenery, good food and a great climate, however is that worth putting ones life at risk for? Then there are the television programs, like ITV’s A Place in The Sun, which lure Brits into pursuing their dreams in sunnier climes, where houses cost less, and apparently lives do as well. SA is amongst the top ten destinations they cover, in spite of the crime, violence, rape and hatred perpetrated against non-black people.
We at the EKP think this is very irresponsible.
A nation that’s seen a massive spike of anti-white violence since liberal hero Nelson “Madiba” Mandela wrested power from the “evil white man” is certainly one that should be avoided, right?
Or would it be politically incorrect for me to advise people to avoid visiting a destination as dangerous as South Africa. Am I being a racist by illustrating an inconvenient truth & the shocking figures to back it up?
“The Indian government has advised their citizens travelling to South Africa to be careful, why can’t ours?” Mr Simpson, whose name has been changed for this story, asks me over SKYPE. “Indians know that they are being targeted because of their difference, yet we can’t accept that, so our lives are put at risk. That angers me.”
When political correctness stands in the way of self-preservation, you have to ask yourself if something’s amiss.
Albert Simpson has fought for nearly five years to have his government admit that the murder of his beloved daughter was racially motivated and to issue an advisory against visiting South Africa.
“It has been a frustrating ordeal for us. First losing our beloved daughter…then to know that no one cares, due to the fact that it paints the Rainbow Nation as the hateful racist state it is. And yes I am angry because my government, for whom I fought for in the Falklands, has all but deserted me…us-as they did my daughter when they failed to warn us about god forsaken ‘expletive’ South Africa.”
These harsh words are the product of years of frustration. Firstly as the Simpson family believe that the perpetrators targeted their daughter and her friends as they were white foreigners. Secondly, as both nations and the international media have all but ignored their case.
“My daughter was murdered in the most savage way possible. The brutality and hateful nature of the crime proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that these men targeted my daughter and her friends because of their race. The girls told us they had been subjected to taunting when they were out in predominantly black areas. The fact they were raped, killed and drowned in the manner they were, by men that didnt know them, tells me that hatred and disregard for their lives was a part of it. Hatred without reason other than skin colour must be racially based. I truly believe that.”
The rape and murder of the three foreign tourists received only passing mention in the South African media. It was all but ignored in Britain and the US when it occurred in the summer of 2009. Compare that to outrage over the Trayvon Martin shooting or the ISraeli teenage hikers who were killed this past week, and one sees a conspicuous double standard.
We wrote a ltter to CNN this past week on behalf of the Simpson family. CNN responded by telling us that the lack of interest in the Simpson case stemmed “from a lack of internet coverage of such events back when the murders occurred”. We are still waiting for a response as to whether they will cover the story now. Others fell that this disregard is a product of a conscious decision by members of the international media, to hide just how dangerous South Africa has become since the black ruled ANC rose to power in 1994.
Mr Simpson, continues to mourn the loss of his beloved daughter and fight for her good name, in spite of how his unpopular the story of violence in South Africa has become.
According to a newspaper clipping Mr Simpson read to me, “Jane Simpson, who was engaged to a Durban man, and Mrs Allen, whose husband and young children were due to join them on holiday, were last seen on an otherwise deserted Indian Ocean beach in Sodwana Bay. Although Sodwana Bay was the scene of another gruesome murder only months earlier, no advisory by Britain or SA was issued.”
After combing the surf for several hours, the police found a body washed upon the shore. Several hours later a second was found on an inlet about a mile and a half away. The body of their American friend was never found. At first the authorities tried to deny there was even a third victim until the family of the American arrived in South Africa with a copy of her plane tickets.
Both women were naked and their bodies were covered in wounds and contusions. Police said they’d put up a struggle before being raped, murdered and thrown into the sea. The evidence for their conclusions was that blood was found in their vehicle, some half mile away, and in the surrounding brush. Post – mortems confirmed they had been sexually assaulted and had died after a struggle.
The Foreign Office in London initially said it saw no need to revise advice given to travellers, and that in their opinion there were generally “no danger to people travelling to South Africa”. The Foreign Office stated that their sole advisory for SA – “that care should be taken after dark and in city centres at all times…and township visits a were not recommended alone,” was the best they could do to prepare others for rape and carnage at the hands of the locals. And it appears they still have not changed their tune. Even after the brutal rape and torture of another British lass and her South African beau this past year.
And this angers Albert Simpson, who believes that if there was an advisory in place, and that the daily anti-white racism on show all across SA has been exposed, he might have been able to talk his daughter out of travelling to Durban.
Although there is no direct evidence that Simpson and her friends were targeted because of their race Mr Simpson believes race played a part.
“They saw our girls as two pieces of white meat to be chewed up and spit out once they were done with them. I think they see people within even one drop of white blood as valueless. To kill someone for absolutely no reason, as is happening with South Africa’s white and non-black population on a daily basis, tells me race is always involved.”
Let me guess- the British & South African governments and their leftist allies in the international media disagree. Before you leave us, please be sure to subscribe to our newsletter at the top of the page. Once we reach 5000 subscribers, that’s it! Thanks for your time.
by G Wolf & Fab R. Kay