Monday, 9 March 2009

More hidden truths of Africa

by Ian Mosley

The wonders of multiculturalism never cease to amaze. According to a Zimbabwe-based news site, possibly the only one in Zimbabwe still functioning: “Young men are attacked and their genitals cut off while they are still alive; children’s throats are slit and their organs removed; and border-crossers are caught with bags containing human heads and sexual organs.These stories and more are contained in a horror report on the trafficking of human body parts in Mozambique and South Africa, which has unveiled a scary reality: body parts are frequently used in traditional medicine and there is a commonly held belief that such medicine is very powerful.”

Notice the mainstream media never tells us about things like this. You can add to these stories the superstition -taken seriously by many African men- that AIDS can be cured by having sex with a virgin. Predictably, this has led to the rape of younger and younger children in Africa until “baby rape” has become an epidemic. Funny how this particular story of “Diversity” has failed to make a widespread appearance in the Western press. If the truth about Africa were published, the opposition to African immigration would greatly increase.

The web site goes on: “‘Ritual killings are common here; it’s like daily bread. We do not even get shocked when a person is found dead with body parts removed,’ said one of the South Africans interviewed. Last year, 413 Mozambicans and South Africans attended open workshops and 139 went on to be interviewed. Twenty-two percent of interviewees had first-hand experience of seeing a mutilated body or separate body parts. Furthermore, researchers could not find a single case in which someone caught carrying a body part had been prosecuted.”

Remember all the headlines about “oppressed” Blacks in South Africa back in the ’80s? I guess “oppressed” means that everyone was fed and the White police didn’t tolerate voodoo killings in contrast to the rest of the Dark Continent. Liberals demanded total political equality for the Blacks and this is what has resulted. Liberals of course never admit that their policies have led to failure. The current financial crisis in the US stemmed from high-risk subprime loans to minorities that the banks were compelled to make by federal regulators supporting liberal policies. Prior to this policy change, the banks were solvent and only made home loans to responsible people. The truth is a rare commodity these days.

The article continues “According to the Mozambican Human Rights League (LDH), which initiated the research, this is because there is no legislation - local or international - that criminalises the carrying of a body part… A total of 93 percent of the interviewees believed medicine containing body parts was more powerful. One of the researchers, Matshidisho Ntsiuoa, said she had spoken to a woman who had gone to a sangoma for help to fall pregnant. The sangoma gave her a belt to wear. From the belt hung the fingers and penises of children. Although the woman felt uncomfortable about the belt, she wore it. She paid R4 000 for the consultation… Most of the medicine is aimed at making businesses more successful, and the researchers are worried that with the Fifa World Cup approaching, body parts will be in higher demand as people try to capitalise on increased business opportunities.”

Here, we send our kids to business school and have them get MBA’s. In Africa they just use a bag of body parts for success in business. I wonder if Mr. Obama might start adorning his cabinet members with necklaces made of fingers to try to fight the worsening Depression.


Dr.D said...

"I wonder if Mr. Obama might start adorning his cabinet members with necklaces made of fingers to try to fight the worsening Depression."

If he does this, it will be to help them get their fingers deeper into the money pot.

We in the West need to recognize two essential things about the actions in this report:

1) This is the natural state of these people, and there is little if anything, that we can do to change it. We have sent missionaries for hundreds of years, with some modest results, but they have not transformed Africa. We should continue to send missionaries, but we need to see this as the natural state of the black people.

2) We must recognize that bringing them to a Western country does nothing to change the person. The savage in Africa is still the same savage when he sets foot in England or the USA. A trip in a plane does not change this person, and so we ought to refuse to let these people into our countries, not limit, but totally refuse.

It is true that many of them face trouble if sent home, but better that they face trouble at home than that we face the trouble they bring us if we admit them. One by one, many of them seem innocent and harmless, but we can easily see where that has gotten us. The answer is a clean sweep to clear them all away.

alanorei said...

Shocking truth that must be told

Thank you, Sarah

Tia Mysoa said...

There was a report today (Monday 9 March) in the “Daily Sun”, a nationwide tabloid publication targeting mainly black readers in South Africa.


SEVEN out of 10 people in South Africa and Mozambique believe that human flesh makes muthi more effective!

And some believe muthi killings will INCREASE as the 2010 World Cup comes closer…. (Please have all body parts insured before coming here!)

“There’s a clear link between muthi and business,” said Simon Fellows, author of a shocking report on the body parts business in Mozambique and South Africa.

Fellows found a “deep-founded cultural belief” that body parts can solve any problem, from poverty to health issues. The research was conducted between May and September last year in four South African provinces and six in Mozambique.

Interviews showed that those who approached traditional healers for assistance sometimes had to part with more than just their money. Some were expected to sacrifice family members!

Body parts of people killed in Mozambique were even smuggled to traditional healers to help some religious leaders in South Africa increase the size of their congregations.

Phephisle Maseko of the Traditional Healers Organisation said: “I can’t speak for others, but our members would never participate in muthi killings. We heal, we don’t kill. Those who kill for body parts are witches who don’t belong to any organisation. They haven’t been trained so they do as they please!” – AENS

See also my article, "A glimpse into the daily business of savages" on my blog at:--

Anonymous said...

Hi Sarah,

This is not a Zimbabwe based news site, both references given are for the largest daily newspaper in South Africa, "The Star" which has been published in Johannesburg for over a hundred years and has a circulation of some 3 million per day.
The references for the articles given are from The Star's website and this is a black owned newspaper, now largely regarded as the official mouthpiece of the ANC communist terrorist government of South Africa - soon to be renamed Azania.