THE CHINA PIG DISEASE
WE CANNOT AND WE SHALL NOT ENFORCE THE GOVERNMENT’S UNJUST DECREE
The government has decreed the prohibition of gatherings exceeding 100 persons. Without the application of their minds, the governmental authors of this decree have acted irrationally. The irrationalism is the effect of panic and failure to understand the reality of the development of the disease which has been baselessly proclaimed a ‘pandemic’. If this disease is indeed a ‘pandemic’ despite the fact that not a single death has hitherto been recorded in the country, then what appellation should be given to the MURDER EPIDEMIC of 60 killings daily in South Africa?
What measures are the government instituting to combat this ruthless epidemic? Has the president called a Council of War to declare war against the Murder-epidemic and the other deluges of crime which assign the China Pig Disease into the realm of oblivion? For the edification of the government we present the list of epidemics in which the country is burning. It is a vast uncontrollable conflagration of which the government is oblivious. And its obliviousness is intensified by the deflection created by the mirage of the China Pig Disease. The attention from the real epidemics has been totally deflected.
While thousands are murdered annually in South Africa, the government reacts paranoically and acquits itself as if the country is being attacked by an enemy state. It gives the impression that the country is in a state of war. The entire pantomime saga is full of sound and fury signifying nothing.
It is necessary for the government to understand that we cannot and will not act as policemen to ensure compliance with the haraam decree of 100 persons.
We are in no position to enforce this decree. We lack the coercive power for its implementation and even if we did, our religion prohibits this injustice. Our Jumuah (Friday) prayers will not be valid if any Muslim is debarred from participation. If the government has in mind embarkation on oppression in this regard, then it should post guards/police outside the Mosques and count the Musallis. It will be left to these atheist guards to prevent the 101st musalli from entry.
It is not our job to enforce the oppression by preventing Muslims from entering the Musaajid. The government will have to do this dirty act of oppression.
We are Muslims. We are not hypocrites (munaafiqs) such as the MJC shayaateen, the Quds Temple kuffaar, and the scoundrel trustees of the Johannesburg Mayfair Musjid. Nor are we of the likes of the Grave Worshippers who have closed their Musjid in Pietermaritzburg. We have no right over the movement of Muslims. They are free to come to the Musaajid. Only oppressors believe that they have such a right – the right to prevent worshippers from entering the Musaajid to pray to The Creator.
We urge Mr. President and his Cabinet to apply their minds to understand the irrationality of the 100 limit decree. Thousands are allowed to gather in factories for work. Thousands gather in municipal markets and in the malls, and at taxi ranks. Yet the government most illogically permits such gatherings whilst banning the once a week prayer gatherings at Mosques which are venues where cleanliness is the hallmark. But gatherings of thousands are allowed at other venues where dirt and filth predominate, and where in terms of satanic theory the environment is more conducive for the flourishing of ‘contagious’ diseases.
Those ‘muslims’ who are spinelessly truckling at obsequiously lapping up just any and all the bunkum advertised regarding the China Pig Disease should understand that they are Munaafiqeen destined for Dark-e-Asfal Fin Naar (the lowest level in Hell-Fire).
SOUTH AFRICA’S EPIDEMICS OF SERIOUS CRIME
|Sexual offences discovered as result of police action||6 701||7 976||+19.0%|
|Commercial crime||73 277||83 823||+14.4%|
|Arson||3 869||4 083||+5.5%|
|Sexual Offences||50 108||52 420||+4.6%|
|Attempted murder||18 233||18 980||+4.1%|
|Common assault||156 243||162 012||+3.7%|
|Murder||20 336||21 022||+3.4%|
|Stock-theft||28 849||29 672||+2.9%|
|Assault with the intent to inflict grievous bodily harm||167 352||170 979||+2.2%|
|Common robbery||50 730||51 765||+2.0%|
|Malicious injury to property||111 492||113 089||+1.6%|
|Robbery with aggravating circumstances||138 364||140 032||+1.2%|
|Robbery at residential premises||22 261||22 431||+0.8%|
|Burglary at non-residential premises||71 195||71 224||0.0%|
|Robbery at non-residential premises||20 047||19 991||-0.3%|
|All theft not mentioned elsewhere||302 656||300 457||-0.7%|
|Truck hijacking||1 202||1 182||-1.7%|
|Carjacking||16 325||16 026||-1.8%|
|Theft out of or from motor vehicle||129 174||125 076||-3.2%|
|Burglary at residential premises||228 094||220 865||-3.2%|
|Shoplifting||62 180||60 167||-3.2%|
|Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs||86 160||82 912||-3.8%|
|Theft of motor vehicle and motorcycle||50 663||48 324||-4.6%|
|Illegal possession of firearms and ammunition||17 558||15 736||-10.4%|
|Robbery of cash in transit||238||183||-23.1%|
|Drug-related crime||323 547||232 657||-28.1%|
22 Rajab 1441 – 17 March 2020