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Monday, May 31, 2010

South Africa: Assassin wins Labour Appeal Court ruling in unfair dismissal case

THE South African Labour Appeal Court ruled on Friday that the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) had jurisdiction to hear a case of unfair dismissal lodged by an assassin who was fired from his job in 2006.

The court was at pains to point out that the judgment did not sanction assassinations, but said the fact that assassination was illegal did not destroy the constitutional protection extended to someone such as the assassin in his work.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

China has created monsters

A society that denies the existence of the God of the Bible inevitable will turn into monsters. Just recently, a baby was found alive in a box that was labeled "medical waste," destined for the fiery incinerators of the Nanhai Funeral Home in Foshan City, China.

As a worker at the funeral home was about to incinerate this box he heard a cry and discovered an aborted baby that was still alive. The baby was sent back to the hospital where he was aborted, but doctors simply left the baby in the lobby to die! That is absolutely sick and callous!

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

South African Muslims depressed about Mohammed cartoon

Before some misguided judge rules that M&G cartoonist, Zapiro, must remove the cartoon in question, here it is:


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Thursday, May 20, 2010

South African police do not take crime seriously

As I have said so many times on this blog before, the South African government just is not serious about fighting crime.

Once again, a high ranking police officer, Brigadier Phuntsi Chipu said that "South Africa was a safe country and that crime was not as big a problem as people thought." He also said, "It is safe, crime is everywhere in the world. It's no worse in South Africa." I don't know how this man can call South Africa safe and that South Africa is no worse than anywhere in the world. Maths is obviously not a qualification necessary to make it to brigadier in the South African Police Services. If in South Africa, we have 50 murders per 100,000 people (50/100,000) and in the U.S.A. it is 7/100,000, then by sheer mathematical "luck" I would say that South Africa's crime is seven (7) times worse than it is in America. Oh yes, it isn't mathematical "luck" but mathematical science!

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Tuesday, May 04, 2010

7 Reasons for Christian involvement in politics

Christians are forever between a rock and a hard place when it comes to politics. Should they be involved or should they limit it to voting alone? It isn't easy and many Christians muddy the water by playing the preaching of the gospel off against practical involvement in society. Of course the primary mandate of Christians is to preach the gospel of Christ to the nations, yet this mandate does not excuse us from being involved in society and politics. Being involved politically does not only mean standing for office. There are so many levels for involvement, from Christian action groups all the way to being president.

So, what reasons do we have for being involved in politics?

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