I laugh at both you and Neil Watson. At Neil trying to bend truth further than it will go and you because you see the positive side of mugging, rapes and murder.
You site is all lovely and flowery and positive, but that alone is not good. Your site has an evil edge to it which people soon see through, that edge intent on attacking Neil. At least Neil is attacking with a purpose, to expose crime.
It is time the world takes notice of the problem we have, but thanks to bunnies like you it is covered up all the time. Go ahead... be positive, even when you are hijacked and are forced to kill or be killed.
Stop attacking Neil, even though he exaggerates, and change the theme of your site to something like: "How to be positive about your wife/sister/mother being raped/hijacked/murdered"
P. CooperDear Malan, I have visited South Africa the last two Februaries for 3 weeks. I started in Cape Town, going up the Garden Route to East London and Port Elizabeth, then on to Durban. I then stayed a week in Natal, some with my cousin.As an Englishman, I have found the people wonderfully hospitable although I spent little time in Cape Town, which could be the reason. When watching schools cricket, the pupils were incredibly polite and well behaved. There do not seem to be drunken teenagers... Read more/Comment
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