Viana Family Murder and Black Culture in South Africa
The murders so brutal they shocked even South Africa:
Couple shot dead, then son aged 12 is drowned in scalding bath;
Sobbing child was tied up and gagged before being murdered in bath 'because he could identify them';
The three men assaulted the father with a golf club and blade before shooting both adults;
Family dog had stomach cut open;
Trio worked for the family and said killings were revenge for being badly treated.
A gang of three feral black males robbed and gunned down a father, raped and murdered his wife. Then, in a final act of sickening brutality, they drowned the couple's 12-year-old son in scalding bath water. Amaro Viana was murdered to prevent him from identifying the three housebreakers who carried out the raid in suburban South Africa. The gang included the family's gardener and the son of a domestic servant. It was claimed they were motivated by the way they had been treated by the Viana family.
According to their court confession, Radebe and his co-accused Sipho Mbele, 21, realised that the couple's son, if left alive, may be able to identify them to police. 'We went to the bathroom and turned on the tap,' the pair's statement read, 'We gagged him because he was crying. We forced him into the bath face down, knowing that he would drown.'
The Viana's family dog was also killed when its stomach was slit open with a knife. Thankfully Mr Viana's daughter from his first marriage, Gabriela, was not at her father's home when the robbers struck. Despite a recent improvement in crime statistics, South Africa remains one of the most dangerous countries in the world.
Published July 26, 2012. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2179171/Walkerville-family-murders-Horrific-death-boy-12-drowned-boiling-water-robbers-raped-mother.html.
Crime in South Africa: A Symptom of Black Culture
In February 2007, the Center for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation was contracted by the South African government to carry out a study on the nature of crime in South Africa. The study concluded that the country is exposed to high levels of violence as a result of different factors, including:
A (black) subculture of violence and criminality, ranging from individual criminals who rape or rob to informal groups or more formalized gangs. Those involved in the subculture are engaged in criminal careers and commonly use firearms, with the exception of Cape Town where knife violence is more prevalent. Credibility within this subculture is related to the readiness to resort to extreme violence.
The reliance on a (black) criminal justice system that is mired in many issues, including inefficiency and corruption.
The normalization of violence. Violence comes to be seen as a necessary and justified means of resolving conflict, and (black) males believe that coercive sexual behaviour against women is legitimate.
The incidence of rape has led to the country being referred to as the "rape capital of the world". One in three of the 4,000 women questioned by the Community of Information, Empowerment and Transparency said they had been raped in the past year.
More than 25 percent of South African men questioned in a survey published by the Medical Research Council (MRC) in June 2009 admitted to rape; of those, nearly half said they had raped more than one person. Three out of four of those who had admitted rape indicated that they had attacked for the first time during their teens. South Africa has amongst the highest incidences of child and baby rape in the world.
The vulnerability of young (black) people linked to inadequate child rearing and poor youth socialization. As a result of poverty, unstable living arrangements and being brought up with inconsistent and uncaring (black) parenting, some South African children are exposed to risk factors which enhance the chances that they will become involved in criminality and violence.
The high levels of inequality, poverty, unemployment, social exclusion. This has exploded under black rule across Africa in general with the demise of white rule and the rise of the ANC. Former Rhodesia (now the ruins of Zimbabwe) was once a prosperous food exporting nation destroyed by violent and corrupt black-Marxist' rule under the communist Mugabe that expelled/murdered the white population starting in 2000.
To quote www.worldvision.org:
After the land redistribution in 2000 (the murder of whites and giving the land to incompetent blacks), agricultural exports sharply declined, causing hyperinflation and severe fuel and commodity shortages. By July 2008, inflation ballooned to more than 200 million percent. The government's removal of the Zimbabwe dollar and price controls in 2009 has helped the economy begin recovery.
Poor agricultural policies, the declining economy, and high unemployment have all contributed to the country's ailing health-care system. Zimbabwe has the eighth lowest life expectancy in the world--only 44 years--as of 2009. More than one million people are living with AIDS and more than one million children have lost one or both parents to AIDS.
Murder of white farmers in SA: Crime against commercial White (European) farmers continues to be a major problem in the country. Since apartheid rule ended in 1994 and Nelson Mandela and the ANC were voted into government, over 3000 white farmers have been murdered on their farms. This is repeating the pattern from other failed black-ruled nations. South Africa will likely go the same way as Zimbabwe as the ANC and other failed black political organizations will hunt for scape goats and implement similar redistribution schemes.
Ref. Why South Africa is so violent and what we should be doing about it CSVR 9 November 2009. Also Wikipedia.
What is troubling is these same patterns are being repeated in much of black America. Those in power refuse to address these problems, hand-wringing over unfounded white guilt, and covering it up with mindless political correctness. Blacks are the main victims of this and to ignore these facts is simply cowardice.
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