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Watch Pakistan Man: "We Are Not Foreigners, We Are Here To Stay."

An African man has came out to the general population and said there could be no outsider in an African land, they can't be pursued away or pummeled by South African nationals. South Africans have additionally put resources into other African nations however nobody pesters them, there are a great deal of South African possessed organizations in numerous other African nations yet not so much as one day the shops have been burned to the ground or anybody that comes from the nation consumed or beaten. 

He says every single individual merits a similar regard, so South Africans should quit disregarding others since they are outside they are nations imagining that they will effectively pursue them away by calling them unfamiliar nationals and consuming them. Those comes after Pakistan nationals and cab drivers were engaged with a type of turmoil that prompted consuming of shops and taxicabs, clearly the battle began between a Pakistan public and the taxi administrator who were engaged with a fender bender. 

So presently it seems like the South Africans got tired of what happened yesterday and said they at this point don't have a sense of security around Pakistan nationals, then, at that point, that is the point at which this Pakistan public came up and said few out of every odd far off public is an awful individual or a robber. As much as there are some South Africans who carry out wrongdoing and kill ladies, however it doesn't make every one of them the equivalent so the equivalent applies to outside nationals. 

He referenced that a great deal of nations were likewise assisting when South Africans were battling during politically-sanctioned racial segregation, yet presently they have neglected and the walking out on other African nations. He says outside nationals are digging in for the long haul and they are not going anyplace, they can't be called unfamiliar nationals in an African country. What's your interpretation of this? 

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