I saw the tweet depicting the hijackers being forced to s##xually assault one another, and all I can say is:

The reality is that South African men saw rape as a punishment or a solution to a problem, which is why our rape statistics are so high. How do individuals ever come up with the notion of “letting them r@pe each other”?

You’ll be seriously shaken by the logic used by some guys in this nation. All around the world, rape is seen as a punishment by men. Not just in SA, though. Because of this, during the Civil War, they would plunder a hamlet, murder all the males, and r@pe all the women and children.

Throughout history, having intercourse with another m@n has always been a means of power. It is intended to degrade and demean him.

Others may put up an argument that:

These thugs have no problem taking over a vehicle, locking the boot, driving to a remote location, and raping your wife or your daughter in front of you. Because azina nembeza le zinja, I don’t care what punishments offenders receive after being apprehended.


Others may say :

If you’ve ever experienced having your car taken from you in front of your eyes while being held at gunpoint, you would also want to humiliate those men to the fullest extent.
I have no sympathy for the hijackers because some people have died as a result of them.

Whatever perspective you want to take, they deserved that penalty. Nearly every day, hijackers take the lives of innocent people, and this must stop.

The link to the tweet


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