Foreigners Would Respect Our Laws If We Were To Do This As South Africans- SA Man.
The Immigrantion crisis also comes with disrespect from outsiders as they fail to abide by the country's laws. One person however has a suggested a way in which immigrants can respect South Africa's laws.
A guy by the name of Sakhi Njoko on Twitter shared that foreign nationals disrespect South African laws because they know they are supported. He said that if South Africans were to unite in one voice, then foreigners would respect our laws.
" It's because they know there are South Africans who support them. If we spoke with one voice like we do on the other ills afflicting our society foreigners would respect our laws. If I was a foreigner I wouldn't respect South Africans either. They have no sense of patriotism".
Njoko is probably saying this because he is aware of the debate that normally take place when it comes to the immigration crisis of South Africa. Furthermore, the media always portrays groups such as Operation Dudula as xenophobic while the EFF advocate for one Africa. There is a saying that where there are disagreements, one can rule.
South Africans need to start deciding if they are going to stand together and get rid of illegal immigrants or they will just wait until the crisis is uncontrollable and has turned into a pandemic which cannot be solved. The government needs to step up now before it is too late.
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