From SA Diaspora dated 31.07.2008
Cool project. Post this if you dare , I call a spade a spade mate.
Reason I left:
I left in 2001 - because I was a Captain in the Cops and had seen more kak, snot , blood , brains and tears than any one person needs to.I had seen the true nature of the township beast..coming to a neighbourhood near you shortly.
I left the cops in 1998 when I could no longer rape my conscience daily to go to work and serve that septic corrupt dispensation.
I also grew sick of the whites pathetic soft cock attitude towards the absolute pure, plain and simple uselessness, (in every aspect of the word), of the South African Black majority.
The "Oh well its the new south Africa..!!" excuse. That complete capitulation. It was unacceptable to me.
Or even worse out of every Victims mouth came the inevitable..."I never thought this would happen to us/ me / him / her...!!! ( WTF..???...what made them so special compared to all the other Thousands upon thousands of Crime victims before them.)
I mean as a people how pathetic we whites had become. I could not be part of that Gutlessness of the Whites.
Too scared to start a new life for fear of failure. Yet us with the courage and balls to start again are called "vlugtelinge'' by those wimps to scared to try themselves.
Cow towing to a race that despised us and legislatively discriminated against us on a scale equal or worse than Hitler against the Jews. (lets not get into the symantecs - the same principle is applicable in both Cases,... spin it any way you want). I speak 4 "black languages" and daily overheard the derogatory remarks, threats and taunts not meant for white ears. It was obvious we "mlungu's" ( Which by the way translated means "white scum" usually washed ashore after a stormy sea) were no longer, wanted , needed or barely even tolerated.
Talk about pissing into the wind...!!
Surely at some stage one's reason and intellect has to allow you to recognize when the situation and circumstances surrounding you, hopelessly outclass you. If you cant recognize that , You're just plain Dumb or selectively ignorant.
So I woke up one day and announced ..."Me , I'm outta here...!!!" 6 Months later I was here. I have never looked back.Fishing and diving here just Rocks...!!! see the pics.
Red tape , is all on the South African side.Mainly getting Birth certificates and Police clearances ( Remember I used to be a cop) , takes long when the previously disadvantaged moron looses the forms under his or her KFC chicken bones spread all over the desk or floor - depending where it is sleeping when on duty.
Once I had the Azanian paperwork , it was a breeze and dealt with a Polite , attractive and extremely efficient NZIS case officer all the way through.
See The NZIS website at http://www.immigration.govt.nz/
Advice to those stuck in arsezania:
Get off that arse and Put the wheels in motion. Azania's is not going to get better.If you have kids in Azania and are not currently making plans to evacuate them to a place where they at least have a chance.You should be shot for blatant willful premeditated child abuse.You owe them the best chance possible in life. If you believe that chance is in Azania you're delusional and or a liberal, probably both ...!!!
In which case please stay and enjoy Azania....!! Go hang out on Friday nights at a shebeen, really get up close and personal to Africa. It'll be fun. Trust me...!!!
May I recommend any of the following - kwa Mashu , Umlazi, Thembisa , Khatlehong , Mdantsane, all offer fine REAL African Experiences.
Having said all this, I have had South Africans who arrive on my doorstep with a "jannie Jammer bal" attitude - You know , like "hey we've had it hard ek se`, you owe me a break."...
( I call it the white South African Martyr syndrome)
They find it hard to get a job , Kiwi's pick up on negativity from about 1000 nautical miles and recoil from it.
So just be upbeat and positive about your new home and how great it is and the Kiwi's will snap you up in no time.
With reference to the Martyr syndrome - Life is about choices - Choices have consequences - if you choose to subject yourself to the bafu's racism and hatred and remain in Azania , that has a consequence of being a prisoner in your own home, living in fear , uncertainty and trepidation, your real financial worth having fallen by 70 % over the last decade ,so on and so forth. It is Your choice and your chosen consequence.So expect no sympathy from me or Kiwi's for that matter. The future lies ahead and not behind you , Forget Africa , Its not what it was , It is also not Discovery channel mate....!!! It is GOD Forsaken in all senses of the word. Africa the epitome of Hopeless.The white mans time in Africa has come and Gone.
For those who bleat ,"But I don't have qualifications...!!!".....Its been 15 years since this lot took over. What have you done in those 15 years to re skill and make yourself employable over here...?? Choices have consequences hey..???
Just Do It. You eat an elephant one teaspoon at a time.
Would you assist other with contacts:
yes. But please read and take in the section above very carefully.
I should have done this 20 years earlier than I did.
Best of luck with your choice.
Catch you Later...if you dare..!!
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