FOREIGNER Sends STRONG WARNING To MZANSI In Viral Video "THERE WILL BE MORE WARS"
South Africa, Social Media - Well it seems South Africa has been properly invaded by illegal foreigners, since they now even have the gull to threaten South Africans with war in their own country, which means they are obviously happy with their numbers. It seems South Africans must just sit down and keep quiet in their own country while getting threatened with a worse war than apartheid, and this is no joke as it has been proven that even the police, army and even home affairs have been caught working with illegal foreigners to aid crime in South Africa. This comes as a video has gone viral of a foreigner, sending a strong message to South Africans. It is not sure when the video was recorded bit it us very good to see how grateful foreigners are to live in South Africa.In the video a foreign man can be heard saying with a foreign accent "the war they are going to see, is going to be more than the war they saw during the apartheid time, theres going to be more wars." This is just a result of the African National Congress, that has failed to secure the borders in the same country, they are begging for votes, you will never see a South African going to Zimbabwe or any other African country, and threatening the citizens of the country with war but you will see it here in SA, because illegal foreigners have become comfortable in South Africa, under the ANC government.
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