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EFF emphasis that Indian people in Phoenix are indeed racists


In the light of all this, the EFF deemed it fit to reiterate its position by saying that the Indians who live in Phoenix are definitely racist and state that they are not willing to apologize. Without fear or intimidation, it is the difficult reality to be confused.

The EFF responded to the events in connection with the DA regarding the Phoenix poster. This was after the DA told KwaZulu-Natal that the poster that created tension in the region would be taken down.

The DA tried to make sure that Indian voters were voted in Phoenix but it wasn't too well for the party from the perspective. The party excused us, but we know it's not genuine at all. They're only showing it. We know that because of the conduct from the problematic position of DA members.

John Steenhuisen's and Dean McPherson's behavior has revealed people in South Africa not worried about blacks. McPherson claimed himself that the DA does not care for the black folks, they care just for Indian voting. It doesn't matter to lose 50% of the black votes. as long as 50% of DA Indian voters are retained

The question of racism is still a fierce one, and so long as we do not confront it and always have to coat it with sugar, then we will always have such an attitude. Racism can never be rooted out, but always be inspired by the kind of disdain when it happens. You can't simply state that people have to stop being racist and expect the next day to be sorted out.

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