Much More Evil
What is the future of the North American Globalist Bodega on its current trajectory of weakness, appeasement, cowardice, afromania, foreign invasion, economic collapse and total jewish control? You don't exactly need a crystal ball for this one. Even if you don't have much imagination, there's always South Africa, the end game of a delusional White minority facing the soulless brown hordes. Run, hide, try to avoid the omnipresent rot you allowed because you didn't want to be called mean names by kosher communists. Let the mythical "one good one" into your White privilege fortress, I'm sure you'll be fine. Get murdered in a wheelchair.
A helpless farmer shot through the spine by robbers and left paralysed 20 years ago in South Africa was tied up in his wheelchair and cruelly strangled to death in a second attack. Neil McKay, 46, was found by his distraught mother when she visited the farm in Winterton to check on him.
A living metaphor for White South Africa is finished off by the nightmare animals. I'm sure glad we're not "racist" anymore, not like those horrible days when the awful content of their character was not allowed to run wild and our nation was as prosperous and peaceful as one full of moronic genetic aliens is going to get. After I get strangled, I bet I'm only occasionally cursed in my grave by living fossils and the kosher moloch cult.
Police investigators said he had been strangled by his captors, who had been hiding close to the property, waiting for Neil to be alone.
We need to abolish the "racist" police who routinely murder innocent "African-Americans" over the "color of their skin." Social workers will handle the mobs of bloodthirsty tar creatures hiding on your property.
His death has sparked fury in the town of Winterton in KwaZulu-Natal province, especially as his attackers were not captured after the first assault.
Some doomed Whites even said a few unkind words before resuming their slouch toward annihilation.
Alf Lees the Democratic Alliance MP for Uthukela constituency said: 'Who would murder a man in a wheelchair? A man who was unarmed and physically unable to defend himself?
Who would do this? Really gets the old noggin jogging, let me tell you. Could it be 60 I.Q. evolutionary dead-ends?
'Neil was a gentle and friendly man of peace who refused to carry or have a gun despite living on a farm where his late father made it possible for him to work from a wheelchair.
Your reward for being a good person is a pair of brown paws around your neck. You need to be armed.
|Our semitic media wasn't entirely honest.|
'It seems his attackers were keeping watch on the farm and attacked the defenceless Neil when his farm manager and staff had left and he was alone for the evening.
The Mandela Effect.
'First, they cleaned out the safe then they apparently dragged Neil to his bedroom where they brutally strangled him to death having tied him up despite being in a wheelchair.
We hold these, the truths, we're really holding 'em, c'mon man.
'He was murdered by people who don't deserve any place in our society except prison'.
I'm sure a few months in "the crib" would fix the worthless simians responsible for this vile crime. They don't deserve any place in our society, full stop.
KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson Captain Nqobile Gwala said officers had opened a murder investigation into the incident.
Don't worry, Nqobile is on the case.
She said: 'The body of 46-year-old man was found strangled to death in his wheelchair. We believe he had been tied up and murdered.'
Yeah. I think you're probably right about that one.
A family friend explained the attackers had targeted McKay so they could steal the money in his safe.
The content of their character.
'How much more evil can you get than tying up a terrified man in a wheelchair who cannot defend himself and offered no resistance and then strangle the life out of him?', he said.
Acting as an apologist for these dog turds and bringing them into White countries is even more evil.
South African police have not yet made any arrests.
I know. I was surprised, too.
|We need a lot more of this in Idaho.|