WATCH: SAPS Chased By TERRORISTS In KORSTEN - South Africa
South Africa, Port Elizabeth, Korsten - Well it seems South Africa has been taken over by terrorist groups, and police are totally unprepared for what is currently happening in South Africa, but they were very quick to shoot grannies with rubber bullets in Cape Town. You can't let crime escalate for many years and then all of a sudden show up with a task team. This comes as the South African police have been threatened, in their own country by a mob of Somali foreigners, and Indians, wearing bulletproofs and camouflage. In a viral video a man, wearing a black bulletproof can be heard saying he will shoot the police and then another man with a fully covered face starts pushing and shuving police. No one appears to have been arrested here and it is obvious that this violent mob is somehow responsible for all the taxis that burnt in Korsten. How can you push a police officer around and ask a whole police force for identification, without getting arrested? This comes after the police invaded the area to investigate heavy weapons seen, during the unrest that circulated in viral videos on youtube, that saw at least 12 vehicles. Police in South Africa has lost the plot and they are no more than security guards right now. We would expect at least one arrest here but the South African police have become cowards in their own country. This violent mob should have been dealt with and arrested but it seems in this instance the police once again retreated however when it comes to surfers and joggers on beaches they are quick to make an arrest and fire rubber bullets.
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