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Saturday, October 17, 2009

Rape: Does it Matter if your SA Refugee, is a Black or White Male?




“If Radical American, British, French and Russian Environmentalists and Eugenicists invented a disease to bring human population back to ecological sanity; it would be something like AIDS. We, the people of Proudly New South Africa, see AIDS not as a problem, but a necessary solution.” -- State v. Johnstone, Court Proceedings, 12 August 2009

“Is it not horrendous to an African, even before Black Consciousness came on the scene, for whatever reason for an adult man to rape a nine-month-old baby?”
-- Arcbishop Desmond Tutu, September 2006

“In the country's black townships gangsterism is the order of the day. Women are being abused and children are being gang-raped almost daily... Many of our young people are going down to the grave with their talents and this is partly because of their involvement in crime, drug trafficking and prostitution, and the HIV-Aids pandemic and materialism that have taken over our youth.”
-- Sibongile Somdaka, chairman of the Azanian Youth Organisation in the Western Cape


Does it matter if a Refugee, to any Western European Country; is a South African Black or White Male?

Well, if you are concerned about how the refugee is going to integrate into your Home country's cultural values, then it may matter.

If choosing between two refugees, one white and one black; and you are not too enthusiastic to import male refugees with a desire for raping your country's 'white meat' women, then you may wish to consider the possible cultural perspectives towards the issue of 'rape', that the prospective refugee is possibly bringing with him, to your Home country.

If you don't, you may end up, with statistics like the U.S. Justice Dept. cites, that in the USA, black men sexually assaulted white women over 37,000 times in 2005. White men sexually assaulted black women less than ten times. 37,000 to 10. As Craig Bodeker asks in his documentary, A Conversation About Race: How “random” does that sound to you?

Conclusion: A healthy dose of reality based (as opposed to politically correct Multi-culti dogma based) critical enquiry and vigilance may be advised.

A few quotes from the following three articles, Child Rape: A Taboo within the AIDS Taboo

"I feel sick in my stomach when I think of the number of young children who are raped by these men who claim that it will cleanse them of AIDS. But because it's such a sensitive issue with potentially racist overtones people don't want to confront the issue."

Leclerc-Madlala, who has also carried out a study on the responses of the Zulu youth to the AIDS epidemic, found that child rape is also committed as a preventive measure to avoid contracting the HIV/AIDS virus from older women.

A 23-year-old male respondent told her: "The thing is everybody over 12 years old in the township might already have the virus. So your chances of not getting it are better if you go for the six- or eight-year-olds. Not 10-year-olds - some are already pretty experienced by that time."

A 20-year-old told her: "If I have HIV I can just go out and spread it to 100 people so we all go together. Why should they be left behind having fun if I must die?"

The overwhelming silence over AIDS and the lack of real discussion about sexuality among Africans is, in the words of Leclerc-Madlala, where the real problem lies.

One child raped every three minutes in South Africa:
THE alleged rape of a nine-month-old baby girl by six men in a remote part of rural South Africa last week has focused the nation on an 80 per cent rise in child sexual abuse over a year, much of it connected with the country's Aids pandemic.

More than 67,000 cases of rape and sexual assaults against children were reported last year, compared with 37,500 in 1998. Child welfare groups believe that the number of unreported incidents could be up to 10 times that number.

Some of the victims were as young as six-months-old, a number of whom died from their injuries, while others contracted HIV. The largest increase in attacks has been against children under seven.

The 185 child abuse cases that are reported to the police each day represent just a fraction of the true number committed, according to child welfare groups. Of these, just five per cent result in a successful conviction. For those mothers aware that their children have been abused, the decision to make a complaint is rarely easy.

A quarter of SA's [black] men admit to rape and Useless Statistics & Liberal Media Bias
Mbuyiselo Botha (a Black), from the South African Men’s Forum (who campaigns for female rights) then says that women are seen as “Fair-game” and this view should be challenged.

The BBC report claims that the study is representative of “South African men” when in fact it was only carried out in two out of the nine provinces whose demographic makeup differs tremendously from province to province. The survey was carried out under 1738 mostly Xhosa and Zulu men who are only two of the about 20 main tribes in South Africa.


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Child rape: A taboo within the AIDS taboo

Sunday Times, South Africa - Sunday, April 4, 1999 Prega Govender


For every 1 000 crimes reported in South Africa, only 430 criminals are arrested. Of these, only 77 are convicted and barely 8 of these are sentenced to two or more years of imprisonment. » » » » Getting Away with Murder & Rape: RSA Wins Gold In Rapes & Silver in Murder, at Crime Olympics...

More and more girls are being raped by men who believe this will 'cleanse' them of the disease, but people don't want to confront the issue

WHEN seven-year-old Sibongile saw Baba, her 62-year-old neighbour, standing in the doorway of her house, she trustingly invited him inside.

She knew the old man well - she used to play with his four grandchildren in the sand.

But while she sat at a table in her one-roomed house, happily drawing figures on a piece of paper, he called her to the rickety single bed she shared with her mother and told her he was going to show her his "toy".

Before the Grade 2 pupil from Claremont, near Durban, could react, he pulled down her panties and raped her.

Then he placed his fingers across her lips and warned her not to tell anyone about their "game".

That night, when her 38-year-old mother returned from work, Sibongile complained of being "sore".

But it only after her mother took her daughter to a doctor did the little girl sob and blurt out her story.

Initially denying any involvement in the rape, Baba eventually told Sibongile's mother that he was HIV positive and had wanted to "cleanse" himself by having sex with a virgin.

Sibongile's story is by no means unique.

According to University of Durban-Westville anthropology lecturer and researcher Suzanne Leclerc-Madlala, it is an increasingly typical scenario, played out daily in hundreds of homes throughout South Africa as AIDS carriers target girls under eight years old for sex in the belief that it will cure them of the dreaded disease.

As the deadly virus tightens its stranglehold on South Africa, justice officials and AIDS workers say that in KwaZuluNatal alone at least five rape cases involving girls under eight are being dealt with daily in every magistrate's court in the province.

An in-depth investigation by Leclerc-Madlala, who is completing a doctoral thesis on AIDS and related gender issues, suggests that a popular myth that sex with a virgin is the cure for AIDS could be the root cause of this shocking upsurge in child rapes.

The 41-year-old American researcher was the first white woman to marry a black South African when the infamous Immorality and Mixed Marriages Act was scrapped in June 1985.

The mother of four conducted her research among the poverty-stricken rural community of St Wendolins, outside Durban, where she was forced to live for six years after being constantly hounded and persecuted by apartheid-era policemen for marrying a black man.

"I lived in a two-roomed clay and wattle hut with my husband, his two brothers and their seven children as well as my husband's 80-year-old grandmother - and 10 goats.
"Water was a 5km walk away, and there were no lights or proper sanitation. But I got to understand the locals and their myths, fears and expectations."

She became known as the white makoti (young bride) in St Wendolins.

In Leclerc-Madlala's study involving the local residents, women respondents said the AIDS-cure myth was widespread among Zulu men, particularly those from rural areas.

She notes disturbing similarities between the way in which sexually transmitted diseases were dealt with in Europe in the last century and the manner in which AIDS is being addressed today.

"According to 19th-century beliefs, sex with a child was thought to provide a cure for syphilis," she says.

"Quack doctors kept special brothels in Liverpool since 1827 to provide this cure.
"Most of the girls used in the brothels were imbeciles."

According to Leclerc-Madlala, the myth that sex with a virgin is a cure for AIDS is not confined to KwaZulu-Natal.

"Fellow AIDS researchers in Zambia, Zimbabwe and Nigeria have told me that the myth also exists in these countries and that it is being blamed for the high rate of sexual abuse against young children."

Her experience in St Wendolins and her participation in AIDS education programmes indicate that the myth is more prevalent than local authorities in South Africa and AIDS educators are prepared to acknowledge.

It may also, she says, be a significant factor in the reported rapid rise in the past few years of sexual abuse and HIV infection among young girls in the province.
Leclerc-Madlala advances two arguments for the myth.

"Some say a child virgin avoids infection by nature of being 'closed up there' (a reference to the vagina).

"Many see the vaginal passage into the body as being 'sealed off' by an intact hymen. The intact hymen is viewed as a barrier, which prevents the HIV 'germ' from getting into and settling in the girl's blood.

"The belief is that a man will somehow get an infusion of 'clean blood' through this method.

"Another view offered by respondents as to why a virgin girl is believed to have special immunity against sexually transmitted afflictions in general has to do with her 'dry' vaginal tract.

"Generally speaking, a prepubescent girl is not seen as having the vaginal secretions of an adult woman.

"Her vaginal tract, yet undeveloped, is perceived as 'clean', 'dry' and 'uncontaminated' as she herself is considered morally clean."

Leclerc-Madlala despairs at what she believes has become a taboo within the AIDS taboo.

"I feel sick in my stomach when I think of the number of young children who are raped by these men who claim that it will cleanse them of AIDS. But because it's such a sensitive issue with potentially racist overtones people don't want to confront the issue."

Leclerc-Madlala, who has also carried out a study on the responses of the Zulu youth to the AIDS epidemic, found that child rape is also committed as a preventive measure to avoid contracting the HIV/AIDS virus from older women.

A 23-year-old male respondent told her: "The thing is everybody over 12 years old in the township might already have the virus. So your chances of not getting it are better if you go for the six- or eight-year-olds. Not 10-year-olds - some are already pretty experienced by that time."

A 20-year-old told her: "If I have HIV I can just go out and spread it to 100 people so we all go together. Why should they be left behind having fun if I must die?"
Nono Simelela, the director of the national AIDS programme, agrees with Leclerc-Madlala that the myth that AIDS could be cured by having sex with a virgin is prevalent thinking in KwaZulu-Natal.

"But it's totally wrong and tragic, and it's putting lots of young children at risk. People need to really understand what the AIDS virus does to the body," she says.
Ubashany Naidoo, the deputy director of Childline, says the myth is causing huge problems.

"We are seeing more and more cases of young rape victims as a result. Some of these children have been raped quite violently.

"Also, a lot of people prefer having sex with children knowing that there is a big chance that the kid may not be HIV-infected."

Dennis Bailey, the KwaZulu-Natal director of the non-governmental organisation Planned Parenthood Association of South Africa, says the myth is particularly prevalent among one section of the community in the province.

Even the courts in the province are feeling the effects of this new crisis.

Ashen Singh, a magistrate at Camperdown, in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, says at least five child rape victim cases are being dealt with every day and that "some of the accused have told us that raping a virgin would help them to get rid of AIDS".

A Stanger court prosecutor, Ayesha Bissessar, says they deal with between 50 and 80 cases of child rape a month.

"It's the same story here. Most of the alleged rapists tell us that having sex with virgins is a cure for AIDS. Some say that they wanted to avoid contracting AIDS and felt safer having sex with young children."

The overwhelming silence over AIDS and the lack of real discussion about sexuality among Africans is, in the words of Leclerc-Madlala, where the real problem lies.
For children like Sibongile, still traumatised by the rape itself, the wait has just begun.

Her mother spends her days praying against hefty odds that her daughter is not about to become just another AIDS statistic.

Source: Sunday Times
Also submitted as evidentiary documentation to: State v. Johnstone: Legal Argument, dated 11 August 2009: Encl.: Is the African Ideal of Manhood a 'Kaffir' Cultural Belief? (PDF)



Ecologically-minded liberals should also heed Dr. Salter’s work, for only when Third-World populations are made to bear the consequences of their own reproductive irresponsibility will they, and the world as a whole, establish population policies that protect the environment. Closing off the “safety valve” of Third-World immigration to the West should be as attractive to the sincere left as to the racial right.


One child raped every 3 minutes

News 24 | Last updated: Wednesday, June 03, 2009


“In communities where a witchcraft paradigm informs understandings about other peoples’ motives and capacities, life must be lived in terms of a presumption of malice.” -- AIDS, Witchcraft, and the Problem of Power in Post-Apartheid South Africa, by Adam Ashforth AIDS in the “Witchcraft Paradigm” of Power

One child is raped in South Africa every three minutes, a report by trade union Solidarity said.

A report compiled by Solidarity Helping Hand said while there are about 60 cases of child rape in South Africa every day, more than 88% of child rapes are never reported.

"This means that about 530 child rapes take place every day - one rape every three minutes," said spokeswoman Mariana Kriel. The report will be released by Solidarity Helping Hand.

Kriel said the report contains statistics and facts about the levels of child murder, rape and abuse in South Africa. "Several interviews with social workers and other employees of social welfare organisations across South Africa are included in the report, providing a unique look at the experiences of people who work with child abuse on a daily basis."


Child abuse cases increasing

Kriel said according to the report, the levels of child abuse in South Africa are increasing rapidly. "In 2007/08 in South Africa, 1 410 cases of child murder were reported - 22.4% more than in the previous year. In addition, it was found that 45% of all rapes in the country are child rapes," said Danie Langner, executive director of Solidarity Helping Hand.

"The shocking reality, however, is that these figures do not nearly reflect the true extent of the problem."

Kriel said the report also highlights the severe shortage of trained social workers and the difficult working conditions they face.

"Certain organisations, such as Childcare South Africa, work with more than two million children and their families on a daily basis. This means that the average social worker handles nearly 200 cases each year, while the accepted norm is 60."

Langner added: "For the first time in the country's history, social work is regarded as a scarce skill. There were 12 500 registered social workers in South Africa in 2007. Meanwhile the difficult working conditions and poor remuneration packages discourage people from following the career."

Langner said the report covers several issues, including the influence of gangs and drugs, as well as facts regarding child pornography and the trade in children.
'43% of cases are of sexually abused children'

"The simple fact that 80% of all children under the age of two that are helped at Childline Port Elizabeth have skull fractures, or the fact that young boys are flagrantly abused by middle-aged men at advertised places in the Western Cape or the fact that 43% of all cases in which Childline South Africa is involved are those of sexually abused children, must simply be exposed," Langner said.

Helping Hand will also launch a CD "Hande vir Hoop" (Hands for Hope) at the launch of the report. Police director Piet Byleveld, one of the country's top detectives, will also receive an award for his contribution to child protection.
– (Sapa, June 2009)

Source:: Health 24
Also submitted as evidentiary documentation to: State v. Johnstone: Legal Argument, dated 11 August 2009: Encl.: Is the African Ideal of Manhood a 'Kaffir' Cultural Belief? (PDF)




MRC: Quarter of men in South Africa admit rape

Mail & Guardian
Jun 18 2009 12:18



Given reporters' penchant for proclaiming to "tell both sides," to render all the news that's fit to print, to answer who? what? where? when? and why?, this leads naturally to the question: Why do reporters avoid the population issue so steadfastly? » » » » How and Why Journalists Avoid the Population-Environment Connection, by T. Michael Maher, University of Southwestern Louisiana

One in four [black] men in South Africa have admitted to rape and many confess to attacking more than one victim, according to a study that exposes the country's endemic culture of sexual violence.

Three out of four rapists first attacked while still in their teens, the study found. One in 20 men said they had raped a woman or girl in the last year.

South Africa is notorious for having one of the highest levels of rape in the world. Only a fraction are reported, and only a fraction of those lead to a conviction.

The study into rape and HIV, by the the Medical Research Council (MRC), asked men to tap their answers into a PDA device to guarantee anonymity. The method appears to have produced some unusually frank responses.

Professor Rachel Jewkes of the MRC, who carried out the research, said: "We have a very, very high prevalence of rape in South Africa. I think it is down to ideas about masculinity based on gender hierarchy and the sexual entitlement of men. It's rooted in an African ideal of manhood."

Jewkes and her colleagues interviewed a representative sample of 1 738 men in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.

Of those surveyed, 28% said they had raped a woman or girl, and 3% said they had raped a man or boy. Almost half who said they had carried out a rape admitted they had done so more than once, with 73% saying they had carried out their first assault before the age of 20.

The study, which had British funding, also found that men who are physically violent towards women are twice as likely to be HIV-positive. They are also more likely to pay for sex and to not use condoms.

Any woman raped by a man over the age of 25 has a one in four chance of her attacker being HIV-positive.

One in 10 men said they had been forced to have sex with another man. Many find it difficult to report such attacks to the police in subcultures where the concept of homosexuality is taboo.

The government has been repeatedly criticised for failing to address the crisis. Only 7% of reported rapes are estimated to lead to a conviction. Jewkes said: "There's been a lot of concern about the way the criminal justice system works, because it's still woeful."

"The findings highlight the very high prevalence of rape in South Africa and the high prevalence of HIV in the adult population," said the executive summary of the report.

"The prevalence of rape has similarities to that found in other studies in South Africa. The very high prevalence shows that generally rape is far too common, and its origins too deeply embedded in ideas about South African manhood, for the problem which can be predominantly addressed through strategies of apprehension and prosecution of perpetrators."

Jewkes told the Mail & Guardian Online on Thursday that while the survey had only focussed on two provinces, there was no evidence to suggest the findings would be different if it had been run countrywide.

The report said a much broader approach to rape prevention was required.

"This must entail intervening on the key drivers of the problem which include ideas of masculinity, predicted on marked gender hierarchy and sexual entitlement of men. Efforts to change these require interventions on structural dimensions of men’s lives, notably education and opportunities for employment and advancement," it said.


Political leadership

Before his election as president, Jacob Zuma stood trial for the rape of a family friend. His supporters demonstrated outside the court, verbally attacked his accuser and sang "burn the bitch, burn the bitch". Zuma was eventually acquitted.

Jewkes added: "The social space for debating these gender issues is now smaller than it was a few years ago. We need our government to show political leadership in changing attitudes. We need South African men, from the top to the grassroots, to take responsibility."

Anti-rape campaigners said the shocking figures demonstrated the need for reform. Dean Peacock, co-director of the Sonke Gender Justice project, said: "We need to make sure the criminal justice system is held to account. We have lots of discussion in this country, but not enough action is taken to ensure that perpetrators will face consequences."

Peacock added: "We're at a complicated moment in South African history with revived traditionalism and there's a danger of gender transformation being lost.

"We hear men saying, 'If Jacob Zuma can have many wives, I can have many girlfriends.' The hyper-masculine rhetoric of the Zuma campaign is going to set back our work in challenging the old model of masculinity."

Carrie Shelver, an activist with People Opposing Women Abuse, said: "Generally there's a deficit of understanding and commitment to women's rights by the leadership of this country. It's simply not on people's agenda."

A report published by the trade union Solidarity earlier this month said that one child is raped in South Africa every three minutes, with 88% of rapes going unreported. It found that levels of child abuse in South Africa are increasing rapidly.

Source: Mail & Guardian, via SASucks: Useless Statistics & Liberal Media Bias
Also submitted as evidentiary documentation to: State v. Johnstone: Legal Argument, dated 11 August 2009: Encl.: Is the African Ideal of Manhood a 'Kaffir' Cultural Belief? (PDF)


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