VIDEO FOOTAGE: "Ban Them, Kill Them, Shoot Them" - Owner of JCS Office Support, Belinda Migor, revealed as the woman who she and fellow white racists rant over pitbulls ban on WhatsApp group KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, November 24, 2022

VIDEO FOOTAGE: "Ban Them, Kill Them, Shoot Them" - Owner of JCS Office Support, Belinda Migor, revealed as the woman who she and fellow white racists rant over pitbulls ban on WhatsApp group

This is Belinda Migor, the owner of JCS Office Support, a bookkeeping company in Benoni. Belinda is a woman heard in a WhatsApp Group saying “Kill all the black men, Shoot them, and cut out all black women’s uteruses, and their ovaries so that they can't procreate. (Read More Here).

In defence of Pitbulls that are killing people daily, Belinda Migor said “Kill all the black men, Get all the black women & cut out their uteruses & ovaries so that they can't procreate, because they will all turn out the same because they are all the same.”

Owner of the Pitbull that killed a 1yr old in East London, says she will cooperate with police, but she takes no responsibility for what happened. 

She's saying her dog saw another dog nearby and tried to jump the yard, reaching the child.

In another news, The floods have also caused flight delays at King Abdulaziz International Airport, school closures and blocked the road to Mecca, Islam's holiest city, state media reported.

According to Saudi Arabia's National Center for Meteorology, the rainfall in Jeddah’s southern area between 8am and 2pm on Thursday, which stood at 179 millimeters, was the "highest" ever recorded. It exceeded the amount of rainfall registered in 2009 when dozens of people died in flash floods.

Images posted to social media on Thursday showed cars being swept along streets through raging torrents of water.

The official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported before dawn that schools in the city would be closed, as rains were forecast to continue throughout the day. 

Schools were also closed in the nearby towns of Rabigh and Khulais "to preserve the safety of male and female students", SPA said. 

The kingdom's schools are in the middle of final exams, yet schools had already been closed nationwide on Wednesday after King Salman declared a holiday following Saudi Arabia's shock victory over Argentina in the World Cup.

Jeddah, a city of roughly four million people located close to the Red Sea, is often referred to as the "gateway to Mecca", where millions perform the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages each year.

Winter rainstorms and flooding occur almost every year in Jeddah, where residents have long decried poor infrastructure. Floods killed 123 people in the city in 2009.

In November 2017, Jeddah police received 11,000 calls in one morning following heavy downpours in the city.

Last year, a plunge in temperatures in Saudi Arabia also resulted in floods in many parts of Jeddah. Saudis used the hashtag #جده_الان (Jeddah now) to share videos of the extreme weather conditions, and the same hashtag was in use on Thursday.

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