5 WTH moments of the week

Number 1: 

Some idiot shoots a juvenile raptor – killing it

Photo: Mcgills Bird Photography

Some sad individual lifted a pellet gun  and fired a shot at this magnificent young and innocent bird.

There are actually not enough words in the English dictionary to describe this pathetic kind of person.

You caused this raptor pain and suffering. You are a miserable human being!

WTH – what is wrong with people like you?

Taken from the South Coast Herald’s Facebook page.

I really hope someone comes forward with some information and YOU are exposed.

Read more: Cash reward offered for information on shooting of Tweni raptor

Number 2:

Julius Sello Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, speaks out about the ‘crook’ (Jacob Zuma) who continues to violate the constitution.

Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters. Photo: Werner/Citizen

Love or hate him – sometimes (and not always) this man makes a whole lot of sense.

I really don’t get the red Valentine outfit, Julius, but without a doubt, you and your comrades continue to make headlines around the world – long after the State Of the Nation Address (Sona).

It could be considered either a clever (or desperate) way to bring attention to the country’s growing problems, but arguably it is kind-of working for the man in overalls.

I had to chuckle at the Huffington Post’s headline which read  – Sona 2017: Fisticuffs, The F-Bomb And Radical Economic Transformation.

Yip, that’s my country! So proud (sarcastic me, WTH).

So this week, Julius told the media that they (EFF) are not going to be debating Zuma’s speech because it’s not worth their time. He also described the president’s SONA speech as ‘redundant, and without any legitimacy’.

At least someone in this country is blunt enough to tell it, how it is.

Then, he lobs the ball back into our (South African) court and asks us to ask ourselves the question: what happens to a person who breaks the highest law of the land?

Posted by Avimedia on Tuesday, 14 February 2017

P.S  I don’t know what’s up with the background music on this video clip.

Number 3: 

Hell hole in Japan at the destroyed nuclear power station at Fukushima.

New readings at Fukushima have recorded the highest radiation levels seen since the triple core meltdown that occurred in 2011. Radiation levels inside a stricken reactor at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant have hit a record high, capable of shutting down robots.

Even more disturbingly, most of this radiation is being washed out to sea and it is quite quickly destroying the Pacific Ocean and much of the life in it. WTH!

Yip, we are killing ourselves and nobody seems to really care.

Number 4: 

The cold-blooded murder of our country’s farmers

Photo: South Africa Today

  • Four foreign national – two Nigerians and two Mozambicans – were arrested on Wednesday in connection with the murder of a man, his wife and both his parents at a farmhouse in Modderbult.
  • Underberg farmer Trevor Rees‚ who was brutally attacked last Friday‚ has died in hospital. Rees had been shot twice‚ beaten and tortured during the farm attack. Three men were arrested by police.

According to South Africa Today the first two weeks of February, there were eleven farm murders, generating by far as one of the bloodiest months for the country’s farms.

Not enough has been said about the gruesome murders of our farmers, those who offer us food security.

It makes me sick to the core.

Number 5:

teeny tiny baby hamster nibbles a pumpkin seed

While the world keeps throwing WTHs at you, a hamster is videoed munching a pumpkin seed.

Very cute, indeed.

Tiny Hamster Eats Pumpkin Seed

Just a baby hamster eating a pumpkin seed almost as big as him!

Posted by UNILAD on Thursday, 16 February 2017



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