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The untouchables of South Africa, Dear SA your country is gone.

Despite the fact that they were defeated in a power play on the part of a South African municipality, it appears that the Somalians have remained untouchable and that nothing is being done to change this. It appears that the conflict that occurred during that time was between a Somalian and a group of taxi drivers, who accosted him and set fire to his Audi car in the KwaZulu-Natal province.

That's when all hell broke free, and the Somalians came to the aid of one of their own, rescuing and fighting for him. Given that South Africans have lost faith in their own lives and no longer feel safe in their own nation, they have begun to refer to Somalis as "the untouchables" (untouchables).

As far as the news is concerned, no arrests have been made as a result of the disruption and vandalism to property caused by the fight that took place. Eight taxis were destroyed and one Somali shop was also completely destroyed. Gqeberha is made up of the township of Gqeberha, which is owned by 90 percent of Somalis, most of whom are street vendors, and their shops, which include supermarkets and other businesses.

Somalians were seen carrying men who were significantly scarier than the men carried by the South African police, according to videos that have gone viral.

Due to the fact that they are foreigners and have taken control of a South African town, it appears as though further unrest will erupt even though there is peace on the streets and that law enforcement officers are still monitoring the region. South Africans fought for their freedom during the apartheid era, and now it appears that their country is being ruined and controlled by foreigners. It is likely that South Africa will never be free again.

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