In under two hours, Gayton had cleared out the Pakistanis from a historical landmark. When it comes to fixing South Africa's immigration problem, nobody has been doing more than Gayton Mckenzie. He has often stated, with sincerity, that he will not stand for lawlessness or disrespect from illegal immigrants.
Gayton warned on 28 June 2022 that the Pakistanis who had moved into a historic building and begun remodeling it will meet a sudden and painful end. It was about 2:17 at the time. "When I heard that Pakistanis had moved into a historic building and begun repairs, I knew that the mayor of Beaufort West would have to take fast action. To be continued... stay tuned ".
Two hours later, at 4:57 p.m., he updated the status, writing that two stores had closed. Want to thank those involved, we ain't playing here, we're cleaning our towns; owner arrested; two stores closed; on to the next two stores; we shall not accept lawlessness in Central Karoo.
Some were impressed, with one noting, "If it were the ANC, they would be claiming, 'The problem is under investigation,' and then 10 years would pass without anything occurring.
Gayton, for one, is not on the field to idly wait for something to happen; rather, he is an aggressive player. Why is it that the ruling party can't get things done quickly if politicians like Gayton Mckenzie can? What exactly is stopping them? More leaders in South Africa should follow Gayton's example and do more than just talk the talk. Votes are the only way to give politicians like Gayton the authority to do their jobs.
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