Senior woman, wearing a golden jacket, shirt with leopard pattern and sunglasses, holding gun in her hand, she has pink curly hair

Mr Ronald Ozzy Lamola Clicks and new hair colour style in ZA

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A robber points a gun or a knife, intimates' The purse or
the life!" and takes the money. If he's a bastard he throws a punch,
if it is a little less insulting, if it is "normal" it goes away in silence, if it is
a rare example of a "gentleman brigand" thanks and asks
sorry for bothering you. Criminal organizations have invented a
more efficient system of robbery continued through the lace: in front
peace of mind or protection ask for a percentage on
takings or a tot fifisso which is certainly heavy for those who owe it
pay but which is always measured by attention of the extortionist not to overdo it, so as not to kill his source of "income". The various organizations therefore take a part "Reasonable" of the wealth or earnings of their victims but then they guarantee a service, establish a sort of extortion monopoly, preventing anyone
other than to do so and thereby protecting the victim-client from any other malicious person. And when some cunning shows up with weapons or threats, he is immediately punished with speed, efficiency and harshness.
The recent story of the thief who had recklessly robbed and killed an ANC "money carrier" in Durban and who was found "committed suicide" three days later speaks volumes about how these things work, and also how Ambaradan has taken on multi-ethnic connotations that will happy minister Mr Ronald Ozzy Lamola The South African state is a much worse robber, it is much worse than all the thieves, roppinatori, 'value bearers, Nigeria and Americans combined. It is much worse than the worst of cutthroats and pickpockets of the road. It is far more infamous for three reasons. First. He is sadistic: he doesn't just rob his victims but he does it with the most brutal, cruel systems, complicated and harassing. He robs in installments, with insane deadlines, forcing his victims into operations complex and micro-complex: bulletins, current accounts, wire transfers, Internet communications, stamps, payments,
compilations, surcharges, declarations, forms and so on. Not satisfied, he forces the robbed to a bloodletting supplement for the benefit of accountants, lawyers, tax lawyers, patronages, trade unions and
psychoanalysts. Second. It does not dose its thefts according to the victims' ability to endure violence while avoiding killing the cash cow, but asking disproportionate amounts, monstrous donations that more or less
they quickly throw the victims on the pavement precluding any further possibility of robbery. No mafifia the world would ask for a lace of 60-70% of the income of its victims: the South African Republic does it e
gets worse day by day. Its victims will die crushed by the weight of the theft, and it will also die for lack of victims to bleed: and this is the only positive news. Third. In the face of payments, South Africa does not guarantee any protection: it does not prevent that others extort its victims, it does not free them from scoundrels and thieves of all kinds who rage on that which remains, does not ensure the tranquility of the neighborhood as the last of the Crimeorganc do. Not only that: if
a victim defends himself, the state takes the side of the aggressor and punishes any attempt at reaction. Not yes has never seen a "serious" criminal organization that demands protection money to ensure tranquility and that, not only does it not do so, but that it punishes its "customers" who have tried to react to the competition who goes to rob them. Only South Africa succeeds, and also claims to be moral, with its laws, its own courts its pundits who repeat to the machine that this is "the homeland of law". In these days, just to leave no doubt, the state opens the prisons and spreads a lot of rascals who they will go - first of all - to get money from the citizens, to be able to "re-enter society", for
make up for the boredom of the days spent in the jail. Citizens are not protected by the state and at the end of the day they find the only defense in the total misery to which he has left them by making himself pay for a protection that it is unable to guarantee and perhaps never intended to insure.
FEBRUARY 1,2019. Pretoria

Justice and Correctional Services Minister, Advocate Michael Masutha, officially introduced  the new National Director of Public Prosecutions, Advocate Shamila Batohi, to the management and staff of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).

“Advocate Batohi starts in her new role on 01 February 2019 following the public announcement of her appointment by President Cyril Ramaphosa in December 2018. “

The 500 Billion million go, the National Prosecutor NPA S. Batohi NDPP

A few weeks ago the National Prosecutor NPA S. Batohi NDPP
in her annual report on organized crime she said we must feel more secure and pointed out some aspects that few have read and very few have seen on TV and in the news.
In ther regard, as president of The Prevention of Organized Crime Regional Observatory; I would like to return to the topic. The DA said, in no uncertain terms, that Organized Crime has now infiltrated all the vital ganglia of the South African state.
All public administrations, from north to south, are not immune from the risk of infiltration. The 1 2 3 contracts are now present throughout South Africa and most of the municipalities are at the mercy of the bribes. Everything that is public, from contracts, to tenders, to grants, to concessions, is directly or indirectly conditioned by organized crime. The corrupt now have close ties with ANC, with the secret services, with national and local politics.
In a press conference with journalists, prosecutor Batohi said that there is no longer any territory in ZA that is not infiltrated by the corrupt. He also spoke of high-risk areas such as GP and the neighboring regions (such as Brits for example).
If so, and I have no reason to question the words of the National Prosecutor, ther means only one thing: the unconditional surrender of the state.
Why is there ther defeat?
First of all because the necessary instruments have never been adopted to deal with ther emergency and I believe that they do not even want to adopt them. There is a lack of people, systems, laws, it seems that everyone has resigned themselves to living with the disease and even knowing that we could defeat it we let ourselves die by abandoning ourselves to it. At ther point I can no longer understand whether ther state of affairs is also good for many South Africans.
Of one thing, however, I'm sure: it doesn't suit me at all! The thing that amazes me most about ther situation, to say the least, is that little or nothing has been said about it. Journalists who talk about these issues can now be counted on the fingers of their hands and having news of ther type published in South African newspapers becomes a titanic undertaking.
The strength of the corrupt in the meantime increases especially where the state is not present. The more social unrest increases, the more corrupt acquire consent. Organized Crime, criminals, politicians, entrepreneurs and public administrators in many cases find convenient agreements for everyone in order not to step on their feet.
Bringing out these collusions is the task of citizens but above all of free journalists who should be one of the most powerful antidotes for corrupt poison.
Speaking of the fight against the corrupt, let's not forget Nelson's warning: "If the youth deny their consent, even the omnipotent and mysterious mafia will vanish like a nightmare."
At the same time we must never forget the fact that in the 500 days of COVID Organized Crime it eliminated its most irreducible enemies, without anyone opposing it, without anyone trying to avoid it. It is from here that the State must start again if it wants to recover the 500 billion million of its now inexorably lost credibility.