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Put South Africans First leader denies colonialism, he says he was not colonised & neither a slave

Mario Khumalo was born and raised in South Africa and he went to the US to do tertiary education and when he came back, he came back with an American accent after few years of living there. He is based in Pretoria. He have registered his movement Put South Africans First as a political party. Mario calls for foreign nationals to be kicked out of the country. He posted on his Twitter and denounced colonization. He doesn't think that it is important.


Mario Khumalo

@MarioKhumalo

I was never colonized, I'm a descendant of a past generation that was. I was never born a slave and never was. I'm just a victim of a corrupt, stupid, clueless and unpatriotic government.

Some people agreed with Mario because they don't want to acknowledge that colonialism happened, because if they do so, they will be acknowledging the strong impact it had on people like Mario. Mario believes that the infrastructure of South Africa that is destroyed by foreign nationals was built for everyone in the days of apartheid, not o ly for white people .

Some people said to him you are still colonised. The system that is running South Africa belongs to the colonial powers.


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@VelempiniN

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Apr 24

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@MarioKhumalo

Your kind of stupid is an insult to the Khumalo surname that you carry. I wonder what your ancestor King Mzilikazi would say if he woke and found out you are fighting your brothers from Zimbabwe while embracing people who are descendants of the people who he fought

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