Video: South Africa: Black Officials caught stealing Donations to Flood Victims

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A White woman caught some Black Officials red handed filling vehicles with donated items and stealing them. She blocked them with her car and then filmed everything. But the Blacks now claim that she had it wrong and they weren’t stealing anything! However, the White lady explains the process. She knows the process. But the Blacks no doubt will now lie in unison and cover it up. But you can watch the video and read the story and see for yourself. We’ve had a lot of rain in SA this summer and down by Natal there were some floods and I think mostly non-Whites, most likely Zulus were the ones who suffered the most damage and deaths. This White woman caught them all red handed.

Her video is the top link on this page:
https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2022-04-19-durban-woman-who-recorded-stolen-flood-aid-video-speaks/

The White woman’s video went viral, and now the Blacks and other non-Whites are now saying the problem person is the White lady and that nobody was stealing anything and that the White lady is responsible for "fake news". But the White woman stands firmly by her story. Read her story below and decide for yourself. My comments are below the story:-

A Durban woman who filmed donor aid allegedly being removed from the Virginia Airport stands by her claim that the eThekwini municipality was removing hampers intended for rescue staff without permission.

On Tuesday Ward 36 Residents Association chair Vanessa Knight told TimesLIVE she had agreed to meet with officials before the municipality issued a statement saying the aid was removed in a “misunderstanding” and she had tarnished the reputation of a municipal employee by claiming the woman had stolen hampers.

“There was no misunderstanding. If you are removing something that does not belong to you, that is stealing. I didn’t accuse the woman of being a thief. I said eThekwini municipality was stealing. Many videos were shared. It just so happened that the one with the woman driving the municipal vehicle was shared many times,” Knight said.

Knight said the aid was donated by residents and businesses for rescue teams. What was left was sent with rescue teams to distribute to victims during rescue efforts.

“We received a call from the sister of one of the rescuers based at Virginia Airport. She said people were sleeping in the hangars and needed aid. We provided beds, water, food and toilet paper. Soon businesses came on board. We decided we would package that to send with rescue helicopters because we knew they were meeting people who had no access to roads or were grieving and would need something to show others care.”

Knight was not aware Virginia Airport was a drop-off point for aid donated to eThekwini municipality.

“We did not see a single press release or post indicating Virginia Airport was a drop-off point. The entire time we were there, there was no one collecting for the municipality. However, we are now being told it was a drop-off point so our aid had to have been for the health department. The people who arrived for it said it was destined for the health department. We chose for that aid to go with rescue teams because we knew it would go to people who needed it.”

Knight claimed municipal officials arrived without paperwork.

“They pitched up and loaded the hampers. They said it was going to the disaster management centre.”

Knight said she had no choice but to park her car in front of the municipal vehicles to prevent them from driving away.

I have never encountered anything like this, where I am made to look like a crazy woman for telling the truth

Vanessa Knight, Ward 36 Residents Association chair

“No one was listening to me. Eventually the aid was returned and I agreed to meet municipal officials. In the entire time I have been facilitating donations and aid over the years, I have never encountered anything like this, where I am made to look like a crazy woman for telling the truth. I stand by my story.”

Shortly after the video went viral on Monday, the eThekwini municipality denied the allegations, saying they were fake news.

Source: https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2022-04-19-durban-woman-who-recorded-stolen-flood-aid-video-speaks/

[This is an example, just one of many, of how Whites lose their shit when dealing with all these non-Whites. I wonder if this White woman could eventually be the one who actually gets into trouble if all the non-Whites testify against her? Let me warn you, this is how life is in Africa among these people. I've had my own experiences as have other Whites. Eventually these people will make you crazy. Working with them is a waste of time. Their conception of "truth" is different to the White conception of reality and truth. Eventually, these people will just make you crazy. My own view is: Stay away from their stuff. Don't get involved in what these non-Whites do. It will just make you angry and piss you off and if you go the extra mile, this could end up biting you in the ass. Jan]
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