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" It wont end well for those who are burning taxis, " Ra warns people who are supporting violence

Ra sangoma is worried about what is going on at Johannesburg CBD and he says he the government does not act fast to this matter, things will be bad.

According to Ra,"I am warning people in JHB CBD who are burning the taxis that it wont end well. It will affect the whole of South Africa and civil war will rise and it will be hard to stop it. The people who are doing this have been bought to push an evil agenda in the name of distraction."

"I'm afraid this is not gonna stop . Civil War its already closer to us . This is the time to say hallo to your neighbors and be united. Lets stop buying from foreigners and open our own spazas before we eat poisons. How many times people buy expired food from them?" tweeted @Manyaka

"Taxi industry is the most and highly armed industry in SA, the moment they realise that they were used and want to fight back,it'll be too late cos the killer machines (US solders) would be waiting for them. That's one of the reason belethwe eMzansi labo.sifela ukuthanda iMali" tweeted @Celive

"This will lead to telepathic revolution which will causes mass awakening (black unity) so don't worry this is victory for africa" tweeted @Siruis.

"The ANC leadership is deterioting JHB CBD. The area is plagued with vast lawlessness, hijacked buildings, illegal dumping sites, widespread violence, harboring fraudsters and abuse offenders.As residents of JHB we must vote them out and install Action SA to work in our metro."tweeted @The great Venda

"You can take responsibility. As much as human beings are rational beings, they're also largely irrational beings. That's why we have authorities to keep that behavior in check. When those authorities fail to put appropriate measures to deal with irrationality, must we keep mute?" tweeted @The great Venda


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