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Protesters have attacked the South African consulate building in Auckland in response to the shooting dead of 34 striking mineworkers.
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5/09/2012 5:46:14 p.m.
ssemwanga isaac wrote:
our hearts are sunk as fellow blacks about the tragic marikana massacre, blood bath and killings zones..let zuma & his government come up with a broad approach to this...apartheid stills reins in the black country....let measures be taken on lonmin and wage increament to the mine workers....God bless south africa
2/09/2012 11:06:19 a.m.
These protestors are lucky that they are unlikely to be shot. However imprisonment would be a deserved outcome for their vandalism. The murderous mobs in South Africa should be charged with murder. You cannot take lethal weapons on a protest, charge police, and not expect an outcome. John Minton may work hard as a protestor, but for many years he was on a "sickness benefit", whilst actively promoting civil unrest in NZ and South Africa. He should be held accountable for the untold misery he caused in South Africa.
1/09/2012 9:12:02 a.m.
Its a pure evil acts that need demolishing once and for all, we don't need anymore evil criminals in our world..
Who is to blame but the murderess evil carnival themselves..
Whoever involved in this masscacre should be shot dead on the spot..
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