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

It appears to be that still the Somalians after their desplay on power with respect to one of South African town they stay unapproachable and nothing is being done with regards to it. The parts pf Gqeberha in the KwaZulu-Natal it appears to be the battle that occured during that time it was about a Somalian and a few cabbies as they faced him and consumed his Audi vehicle. 

That is the point at which the situation spun out of control and the Somalians participate to protect and battle for one of their on. Here is an image of the post as South Africans have lost confidence in their life's and they nolonger have a sense of security in their own country, they currently consider the Somalians the untouchables. 


The battle that occured brought about 8 cabs burned to the ground and one somalian shop likewise caught fire the extent that the news go no capture have been made because of the disturbance and defacement of properties. The municipality of Gqeberha which is possessed by 90% of somalians as they are road sellers and their shops general stores is the thing that make up the municipality. 


On the recordings moving the Somalians were spotted conveying folks that are far more unnerving than what the South African polices convey. 


They have taken control one of the South African town and they are outsiders, it appears to be more difficulty will in any case mix in despite the fact that there is harmony at the roads as the police are stilll watching tye region. South African individuals battled for their opportunity during the politically-sanctioned racial segregation period now it appears to be their nation is being demolished and constrained by outsiders South Africa won't ever be free. 


After the image was posted on twitter here are the remarks that followed on twitter.

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