Our children will be enslaved by foreigners who are not legally residing in the South African." One final warning has been issued by the President of the People's Action Party (PA).
In South Africa, Children of South Africans will likely be seen as second-class citizens in the next 20 to 30 years. Immigrants selling narcotics to suburban youngsters will be compelled to live with residents of the townships.
Their presence in South Africa is illegal, and they are a tremendous drain on the country's resources. On illegal foreigners in South Africa recently dropped a bombshell by Gayton McKenzie, the Patriotic Alliance leader, warning that they will one day rule over young South Africans if action is not taken quickly
"Unless we remove all illegal immigrants, they will rule over our children. A number of our political parties are being financially bolstered by illegal immigrants, many of whom are substantial contributors to other parties. Deportation should begin immediately!" Gayton posted something on Twitter. Do you have any ideas? Please feel free to add your thoughts in the space provided.
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