South African tax-payers stop paying bodyguards of government officials

South African tax-payers stop paying bodyguards of government officials

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Keith Roelofse started this petition to South African tax-payers demand that government offiicials pay for own body guards. and

The Chief of SA Police Mr.B.Cele is on a mission to disarm it's citizens due to the extraordinary out of control crime rate .

This will put all citizens in harm's way while government officials are protected with armed body guards which costs the tax-payer 1 billion rand plus each year.

Citizens are killed at an alarming rate of 59 persons per day , it has escalated to this since this government came into power in 1994 and continuing to increase yearly.

This government has lost control of this country in all aspects due to corruption , murder , robbery , hi-jacking , rape and all other crimes including the killing of tourists without abatement. 

Our police "service" has had more than 20 000 of its fire-arms "lost" or stolen in the past few years as well as millions of rounds of bullets , our army is doing no better .

The criminals are ending up with these fire-arms at the end of the day .

The government is powerless or complicit in crime.

It is therefore requested by the tax-payer that all government officials obtain their own body guards at their own expense and allow these policemen to return to fighting crime on the ground as is meant to be .

A huge chunk of trained policemen are at present allocated to play body guards for government officials , whilst crime is out of control , they protect them day and night even taking their children to school and helping with grocery deliveries .

The government has failed it's people who are not getting the protection as afforded in the Constitution  , these officials get exsorberant salaries and can afford their own protection easily .

 

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