" We Shall Make Sure That Foreigners Do Not Feel At Home"- Gayton Mckenzie Fumes After Foreigners Are Told To Feel At Home.
The Mayor of Cape Town and the National Assembly Spokesperson told Times Live that foreigners should feel at home as South Africa belongs to those who live in it. This however was not well received and one of the people who did not receive it well is Gayton Mckenzie.
Gayton Mckenzie has been spearheading the fight against illegal immigrants and legal immigrants that occupy jobs that South Africans can easily secure. Gayton has been a great help to poor South Africans that have been dealing with the immigrant crisis directly. Gayton Mckenzie and other PA members have mobilized and visited places to evict and take back what belongs to South Africa.
Gayton was angered after reading that the mayor of Cape Town and National Assembly Spokesperson had said that foreigners should feel at home and he tells them that they should not feel at home.
@Gayton Mckenzie " We have medical aid, bodyguards and jobs as politicians, we have high walls at our houses, all this makes some amongst us insensitive to what majority of South Africans are facing. We shall make sure that illegal foreigners don’t feel at home".
Gayton speaks truth, politicians and the middle class usually have security and walls that hide them from the realities of poor South Africans whom have to struggle to find jobs and even compete with foreigners for those jobs. Gayton seems like the only hope left for many South Africans.
Gayton will surely gain himself a lot of followers and votes in the next elections if he continue this way. However we have to wonder what are his plans for South African after foreigners have left.
What do you think of this issue? Do you think you will vote for Gayton's party in the next elections because of the influence he and his party has gad on the movements against immigrants?
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