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Foreigners ready to fight back, here is what happening Gauteng now.

South Africans are organizing themselves in a number of ways to compel foreigners to leave their towns, and the problem of foreigners in the Republic of South Africa is beginning to spin out of control. As a result, South Africa's problem with foreigners is starting to spiral out of control.

The Johannesburg Metro Police Department and the South African Customs Service have joined forces to start a clean-up operation in Johannesburg.

Adding insult to injury, footage shows foreign nationals stopping South African Customs agents and JMPD workers from continuing the Clean Up Campaign in the Johannesburg Central Business District (CBD).

This shows that people from other countries are willing to get into a fight with the police in their own country. There is a large Spaza Shop in the whole of South Africa at this point! In order to move forward, I believe we must embrace the truth that we are unable to govern this country at this moment.

South Africa is on the edge of becoming a war zone if foreigners are even obstructing government officials from doing their jobs.


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