Thursday, 9 April 2009

Rooster's annual Easter message to the jewish community.

Dear Jews

As usual , this time of year , I take it upon myself to offer my message to the Jewish community . Who could forget last years “Wow , you guys sure beat the crap out of our savior” ? And I still get mail regarding my article two years ago when I asked “ Wasn't the crown of thorns a bit much? “

This year I bring a simpler , gentler message : “ Thanks for the chocolate .”
Some Christians may feel chocolate is a small consolation when you consider that , well you did sort of ,for lack of a better word , flat out murder the hell out the son of their god....but not me .

Heck ..my compassion and forgiveness can be easily bought . I don't need like for example “30 pieces of silver “ .Nope ..chocolate will do just fine for me . And every year because of the blood thirsty , malicious and sadistic nature of your ethnic group's ancestors , I get chocolate .

Thanks again , and I sinerely hope you don't all burn in hell .

Rooster (Designated speaker for the free world)

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

crime stats on a safe travel site

crime for new zealand

Theft is not uncommon, especially in tourist areas. Avoid leaving valuables unattended in hotel rooms or vehicles.

now for south africa

We advise you to exercise a high degree of caution in South Africa because of the high level of serious crime. Muggings, armed robbery and other forms of theft are common. Murders, rapes and carjackings involving foreign tourists have also been reported. Travellers have been robbed and assaulted after having their food or drinks spiked.

Crime is significantly higher after dark in the centres of major cities and in township areas. The inner suburbs of Johannesburg (Berea and Hillbrow) and the beachfront in Durban are particularly prone to crime and you should avoid travelling to these areas. As crime rates are generally high in the townships, you should only visit township areas with an organised tour run by a reputable company. You should also avoid isolated beaches, lookouts and picnic areas.

Due to the very high prevalence of HIV/AIDS, victims of violent crime, especially rape, are strongly encouraged to seek immediate medical assistance.

When travelling by car, you should keep the doors locked and the windows up. Valuables should be kept out of sight, and you should exercise vigilance in public places.

There is a luggage theft and pilferage problem at Johannesburg and Cape Town airports. Use an airport plastic wrapping service when available and avoid placing electronics, jewellery, cameras and other valuables into checked luggage.

Criminals operate out of the airport in Johannesburg, following some overseas visitors to their homes or hotels and robbing them. We advise against accepting unsolicited assistance with transport when arriving at the airport in Johannesburg. Assaults and robberies have also taken place on local commuter and metro trains between Johannesburg and Pretoria, as well as on commuter trains in Cape Town.

Hikers have been attacked on the tracks on the slopes of Table Mountain in Cape Town.

Commercial fraud scams are common in South Africa. If you receive a scam message, don't be fooled: if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. Our information on international financial scams provides details on common commercial fraud scams. If you are a victim of a scam you should not travel to South Africa to seek restitution given the risk of physical assault from the perpetrators of such crimes. Fraud incidents may be reported to the Commercial Crimes Unit of the South African Police Service in Johannesburg

big difference

cyberzealot said...

Yo, whitey, from another whitety

Your piss poor attempt is noted.

`i am currently drafting papers against your pals at i luv SA, you too are included now.

Take note:
Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act, 2000 (4 of 2000)
Chapter 2 Prevention, Prohibition and Elimination of Unfair Discrimination, Hate Speech and Harassment
7. Prohibition of unfair discrimination on ground of race


Subject to section 6, no person may unfairly discriminate against any person on the ground of race, including-
a) the dissemination of any propaganda or idea, which propounds the racial superiority or inferiority of any person, including incitement to, or participation in, any form of racial violence;
b) the engagement in any activity which is intended to promote, or has the effect of promoting, exclusivity, based on race;
c) the exclusion of persons of a particular race group under any rule or practice that appears to be legitimate but which is actually aimed at maintaining exclusive control by a particular race group;
d) the provision or continued provision of inferior services to any racial group, compared to those of another racial group;
e) the denial of access to opportunities, including access to services or contractual opportunities for rendering services for consideration, or failing to take steps to reasonably accommodate the needs of such persons.


Yours kindly

Advocate EJP Vanderveen
Advocate of the High Court of SA

Enough is enough

cyberzealot said...

Take it from a lawyer, your disclaimer is not worth the paper its written on.

I'm coming for you

You pig.

The Rooster said...

Yo, whitey, from another whitety

Your piss poor attempt is noted.

`i am currently drafting papers against your pals at i luv SA, you too are included now.

Take note:
Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act, 2000 (4 of 2000)
Chapter 2 Prevention, Prohibition and Elimination of Unfair Discrimination, Hate Speech and Harassment
7. Prohibition of unfair discrimination on ground of race


Subject to section 6, no person may unfairly discriminate against any person on the ground of race, including-
a) the dissemination of any propaganda or idea, which propounds the racial superiority or inferiority of any person, including incitement to, or participation in, any form of racial violence;
b) the engagement in any activity which is intended to promote, or has the effect of promoting, exclusivity, based on race;
c) the exclusion of persons of a particular race group under any rule or practice that appears to be legitimate but which is actually aimed at maintaining exclusive control by a particular race group;
d) the provision or continued provision of inferior services to any racial group, compared to those of another racial group;
e) the denial of access to opportunities, including access to services or contractual opportunities for rendering services for consideration, or failing to take steps to reasonably accommodate the needs of such persons.


Yours kindly

Advocate EJP Vanderveen
Advocate of the High Court of SA

Enough is enough



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Bwahahahahahahahahahaha

You sound almost like a grown up.Keep it up snotnose. If I took you in the slightes bit seriously I'd point out things like there is not one simple example of hate speech in my site. My site totally opposes hate speech so try and pick your battles a little more....intelligently.

Go see your doctor.. you're showing all the symptoms of late stage stupidity.

cyberzealot said...

Let me assure you, I am highly adept at the practice of
law, not an amateur like you, you have indeed broken a law,
) the engagement in any activity which is intended to promote, or has the effect of promoting, exclusivity, based on race;

Ya think, look dim wit, in front of a judge, I will watch you squirm, your pathetic attempt to loophole is over.

Time will tell.

Fool

cyberzealot said...

Like this one

. Afrikaner adults , which of course translates into a lot of overweight men in shorts and long socks , playing the song “De le Ray” from their Isuzu bakkies , wherever you go .The real crime of course is that in a cruel and unreasonable piece of government legislature , you are not even allowed to shoot them

Do you think Judges are stupid ?

Big time ?

I rest my case boy.

that would be 10 years of litigation vs your home made attempt to avoid litigation.

Tick tock

Anonymous said...

well u do bash the afrikaans and the aussies alot and south africans who say we have a crime problem so thats sort of hate speach

The Rooster said...

Let me assure you, I am highly adept at the practice of
law, not an amateur like you, you have indeed broken a law,
) the engagement in any activity which is intended to promote, or has the effect of promoting, exclusivity, based on race;

Ya think, look dim wit, in front of a judge, I will watch you squirm, your pathetic attempt to loophole is over.

Time will tell.

Fool

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Are you drunk ? It's just you seem to be suffering that magical mix of grandious dellusions and stpidity that one immedietly associates with alcohol. I don't know what advice to offer ...for you to grow up , or sober up.

The Rooster said...

Like this one

. Afrikaner adults , which of course translates into a lot of overweight men in shorts and long socks , playing the song “De le Ray” from their Isuzu bakkies , wherever you go .The real crime of course is that in a cruel and unreasonable piece of government legislature , you are not even allowed to shoot them

Do you think Judges are stupid ?

Big time ?

I rest my case boy.

that would be 10 years of litigation vs your home made attempt to avoid litigation.

Tick tock

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Christ...why use that example ? Did you miss where I suggested afrikaaners need to be recycle like the rest of the rubbish to be used as sign posts ? To a rational person with a operational sense of humour this type of thing is clearly and obviously ascerbic and satirical and intended to stimulate both the funny bone and promote critical thinking. Elsewhere you will find I propose that bio diversity is overated and in fact all the planets life forms should be obliterated except me and reon kadena. Only a very immature or dark mind would take such ramblings seriously.

For those not in on the joke , me making fun of afrikaaners is in a very real part to make fun of a big part of myself. To laugh and poke at the things I recognise in myself. It's self defeating and self critical. Almost noble one might say. Shit , we could all use a dose of taking ourselves a little less seriously in this country. But sometimes within that is a hint of the serious in that afrikaans people to tend to masturbate themselves into a ferbour of hate at any opportunity. It's pure common sense that people who only focus on the flaws of others don't spend enough time reflecting on their own. That people who focus too much on the differences in them to other ethnic groups trivialise the simularities that we all share as humans. And this is not a very healthy way to be.

The Rooster said...

well u do bash the afrikaans and the aussies alot and south africans who say we have a crime problem so thats sort of hate speach

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I also bash bio diversity , the universe, children , the aged , americans , italians , the french , god , women , cats etc etc......I'm an equal opportunity hater....I hate everyone equally.

So while I certainly do hate SOME afrikaaners, aussie and south africans that masturbate about crime , but that's my god given right. I have a well developed sense of dislike for even the most trivial of things...it's sometimes called "an opinion"....and once in a while it's called "a joke".

Anonymous said...

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The struggles of a young democracy

By John Humphrys
Today programme


John Humphrys in South Africa
Perhaps it is unrealistic to have expected all of South Africa's many problems to have been solved in a mere 15 years
It's an odd business returning to somewhere you lived when you were a relatively young man, bringing up children who now have children of their own.

I was in my late twenties when I first reported from South Africa. I moved here to set up a television news bureau in 1977 and lived here for three years.

Those were the dark days of apartheid when only white people were allowed to vote and the only black people you saw in the posh suburbs were servants.

I came back again for the Today programme in 1994 to watch that depraved system buried for once and for all in the first free elections. On the night of 2 May 1994, I was in the ballroom of Johannesburg's biggest hotel to join the party at which the guest of honour was Nelson Mandela - the first black president of this country.

So, 15 years later, here I am again. And what do I find? Well, on the face of it, many things seem unchanged.
I went back to my old house in the posh suburb of Saxonwold and just about the only black men I saw were walking the streets wearing bright yellow jackets with the word "security" printed in large letters on the back - private guards hired by the rich whites to help them sleep easier in their beds at night.

And in the houses - black maids, black gardeners and black chauffeurs. Nothing changed there then.

It was the same in the smart hotels and restaurants - almost all whites sitting at the tables and almost all blacks serving them.

Wrong colour

But when I left the city and drove out into the high veld towards Pretoria, I saw hard evidence that some things really have changed.

Rough squatter camps have sprung up - whole families living in tiny, tumbledown shacks with no running water and no decent sewage systems.


John Humphrys with FW de Klerk
These sorts of places have existed in South Africa for as long as I can remember. The big difference is that it is white people living in these particular squatter camps now, not black.

One burly Afrikaner with a huge white, bushy beard told me with more sorrow in his voice than anger: "Yes, it's true. Everything is turned upside down. Now it's the blacks that are on top and we are on the bottom."

He told me that people like him needed help from the government to survive. I asked him why he couldn't get a job and help himself.

He looked as me as if I were stupid: "Wrong colour, wrong skin. Ja?"

I wondered if he accepted that hard-line whites like him had it coming - that the tables had been turned and they were now getting a dose of what they had been dishing out for half a century.

He shrugged: "Ja. I guess you could say so…."

Township squalor

Their camp was a pretty squalid place, but at least it was surrounded by grassland and trees.

John Humphrys and producer Daniel Clarke interview Abigail, a squatter from the Alexandra township
New-built homes lie empty on the edge of the Alexandra township
For real, unimaginable squalor you need to go to the townships. Alexandra is home to more than 800,000 people, the majority of them living in shacks squashed so close together a rat can barely squeeze between - and God knows there are plenty of rats.

And yet, on the outer edges of this township are row upon row of brand new homes standing empty. In heaven's name why?

They may be modest but they are palaces compared with the shacks. They have plumbing for toilets, running water - unimaginable luxuries.

The local authority says they are still empty because they ran out of money to complete them. The shack dwellers say it's because of corruption - they are being saved for friends of the powerful and ANC party officials.

I spoke to a group of women who had taken over the homes and squatted there until they were thrown out by the police. They were planning another raid as I left them. They told me they would not be voting in the election.


"Why bother?" one tough old woman demanded of me.

"It changes nothing that we have the vote. If we want something, we have learned that we must take it."

She went further than that. She talked about the start of a new revolution to overthrow the ANC and give power back to the people.

I heard that from others, too, including the bishop of the Central Methodist Church Paul Verryn.

Jacob Zuma is greeted by a supporter
Jacob Zuma is expected to become president following the election
He has allowed his church to be used as a sanctuary by thousands of refugees from Zimbabwe who sleep there every night. We watched them crowding into the building as it grew dark - so many of them that they covered every square inch of floor, including the stone steps. That's where they slept, night after night after night.

And they were the lucky ones. Another couple of thousand can't get in. They have to find somewhere else to sleep. It is strange and deeply unsettling to see this expression of utter poverty in the heart of what is potentially the richest city on the continent of Africa.

Rewards of power

But perhaps it is unrealistic to have expected all of South Africa's many problems to have been solved in a mere 15 years. And there is no doubt that progress has been made - millions of new homes built, power and running water supplied to many more.


Archbishop Desmond Tutu
But the anger of the poor people I spoke to was made much sharper because they suspect that while they live in squalor, many of their leaders - the men and women who fought for their liberation - are reaping the rewards of power.

The man who will almost certainly become president, Jacob Zuma, has himself been under a cloud of suspicion for years, facing charges of corruption.

When the prosecuting authorities decided not to put him on trial there was a great deal of anger from people who suspected that political pressure had been brought to bear. He and his colleagues deny it fiercely.

I have known Archbishop Desmond Tutu for more than 30 years and I wanted to hear what he made of it all. Tutu won the Nobel Peace Prize for his part in the struggle for black liberation and has the respect of millions around the world.

They don't come more ebullient and charismatic than Tutu. His dynamism, energy and enthusiasm is infectious and his chuckle is enough to bring a smile to the stoniest face.
But he was strangely subdued when I met him. He once said - after Mandela came to power - that he expected to spend his old age sitting on the sidelines because his job had been done - democracy would do the rest.

Instead, he is clearly concerned that Zuma has not stood trial and faced up to the allegations in a court of law.

When I put that to one of the most senior figures on the ANC executive, she got very angry.

It was typical, she said, of the colonial attitude people like me bring to a country like South Africa. Her message was clear - we foreigners should keep our noses out of her country's affairs.

So, for my last interview, I went to see the man who made democratic elections possible - the last white president of South Africa, FW de Klerk.

It was he who freed Nelson Mandela and brought about the constitution under which he became president. Mr de Klerk, too, is clearly worried about the consequences of a Zuma presidency.

He hopes the elections will result in a sharp fall in support for the ANC which, he believes, is too powerful. But he told me he is not pessimistic for the future of South Africa.

Both he and Tutu believe democracy will survive. And so long as it does, there is hope. That, for what it's worth, is the message I take away from my visit here too.

Maybe I'll come back again in another 15 years and be proved wrong, but I hope not.

The Rooster said...

What rubbish. Recently while through this recession I starting cold canvasing in port elizabeths townships and was extremely shocked at what I found. Just 6 years from when I used to frequent them to visit schools to do ivestment seminars things have dramatically changed. Motherwell is now for the great part full of very livable vastly improved houses adorned with satelite dishes and car garages and filled with the friendliest and most charming people you could hope to meet. For every house I stopped at I was greeted warmly as is the african way ...children greeted us in english and smiled and waved. I did this for three weeks...found loads of business and I could say the same for at least 3 other traditional P.E "townships". Now very functional uplifted places where people live very comfortable lives. As for the ideas that there are whites living there I find it very hard to swallow as I did not see one other white person there. But even if they were living there I would not see the drama as they seem like a perfectly decent place to live if you can get past your prejudices. But then again I wouldn't hang around to find out what goes on at night because they do nestle close to some pretty empoverished areas.

The white employment rate for white south africans is estimated at around 96.6 percent in some studies. For whites I know it's around 100%. I don't buy the "I'm white so I can't get a job because of affirmitive actions" bullshit."

An uneducated lazy black person is far less likely to get a job that an uneducated lazy white person still in this country. Stop playing the victim and get out there and sort your shit out. Of course with the current job shedding there might be a slight case for struggling to get a good job right now be sure the economy is shortly due to recover.

The Rooster said...

What rubbish. Recently while through this recession I starting cold canvasing in port elizabeths townships and was extremely shocked at what I found. Just 6 years from when I used to frequent them to visit schools to do ivestment seminars things have dramatically changed. Motherwell is now for the great part full of very livable vastly improved houses adorned with satelite dishes and car garages and filled with the friendliest and most charming people you could hope to meet. For every house I stopped at I was greeted warmly as is the african way ...children greeted us in english and smiled and waved. I did this for three weeks...found loads of business and I could say the same for at least 3 other traditional P.E "townships". Now very functional uplifted places where people live very comfortable lives. As for the ideas that there are whites living there I find it very hard to swallow as I did not see one other white person there. But even if they were living there I would not see the drama as they seem like a perfectly decent place to live if you can get past your prejudices. But then again I wouldn't hang around to find out what goes on at night because they do nestle close to some pretty empoverished areas.

The white employment rate for white south africans is estimated at around 96.6 percent in some studies. For whites I know it's around 100%. I don't buy the "I'm white so I can't get a job because of affirmitive actions" bullshit."

An uneducated lazy black person is far less likely to get a job that an uneducated lazy white person still in this country. Stop playing the victim and get out there and sort your shit out. Of course with the current job shedding there might be a slight case for struggling to get a good job right now be sure the economy is shortly due to recover.

Anonymous said...

You are so ill-informed. The idea that all Jews are to blame for Jesus' death is a toxic fiction that has poisoned Judaeo-Christian relations for two millennia. If anything, Rome nailed the Nazarene to the cross, eager to quash a political revolt in the far-flung province of Judaea. But it is so easy to perpetuate the idea of the blood-libel. Your brazen anti-Semitism would be funny if it weren't so tragic. (I'm a Christian, just for the record.) I wonder how many other groups you marginalise and hate. And you claim to be proudly South African - South Africa, that melting pot of cultures, languages, faiths and opinions.

Unless, of course, you're pulling a fast one on us a la Jonathan Swift in his "A Modest Proposal" to end the famine in Ireland by eating children. For such is your logic: sad, hurtful, and unnecessary. Instead of praying that the Jews "do not end up in hell", why not take some of your own faith's words and judge not, lest ye be judged.