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Foreigners Left In Hot Water After This Was Said - Read The Heartbreaking News (OPINION)

Foreigners have found themselves in hot water as a result of what was said - read the heartbreaking news (OPINION)

Many foreigners have been subjected to xenophobic attacks in South Africa as a result of accusations of criminal activity and job stealing.

Gayton McKenzie claims that the time for 'illegal outsiders' in South Africa has come to an end, but he insists that he is not xenophobic. This, in my opinion, is blatant racist behavior.

Gayton McKenzie, the party's political decision pronouncement dispatch dispatcher in Eldorado Park, Johannesburg, on Saturday, made a number of significant promises.

It appears that the PA intends to assume control of more than a few public government capacities if it is successful in the November 1. Local Government Elections: This includes everything from dropping all obligations to restoring God to schools and expelling unlawful outsiders.

The most concerning aspect is that we are unsure of his leadership style. Such leaders are more likely to incite violence against foreigners before bringing about universal peace. His remarks about foreigners, in my opinion, were xenophobic in their nature.

Please share your thoughts. Share your thoughts on what you believe this leader is saying about foreigners, and what you believe his plans are.

https://www.citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/elections/local-2021/2680439/watch-mckenzie-says-pa-will-deal-with-illegal-foreigners-on-2-november/

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