If Operation Dudula Really Wanted To Get Rid Of Foreigners Then They Would Do This| Opinion
The immigration crisis of South Africa is getting out of hand. Groups such as Operation Dudula have been formed to get to the bottom of the crisis however their strategy could take a long time before they get real results.
Operation Dudula has been marching to places where they believe has a lot of foreign nationals. They are usually accompanied by police as they try to avoid violence and do things lawfully. The aim is to get their message through and have the government enforce the laws.
It might take forever to have the government enforce the law. Instead of waiting, Operation Dudula should actually get funding from people who agree with their mission and deploy people to go and gaurd the borders just like Afriforum.
By guarding the border, they would be able to get Illegal immigrants first hand and also catch those who transport goods Illegally. There is no time to wait for the government as it keeps failing the people at all times.
The government will hit back whenever they can, just like SANDF has hit back on Afriforum for deploying guards at the border saying that it is their responsibility to safeguard and patrol at the borders. However, if the government can't protect the country then the people should.
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