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51 Illegal Immigrants Found At A Chinese-Owned Factory In Ekurhuleni

51 illegal immigrants rescued from Ekurhuleni factory, there are members of our society who knows exactly what was going on here and rescue wouldn't be the word that they usually associate with such operations because it is clear that these individuals were working in the country illegally at the factory on top of that.

So you can just imagine what is really going on and it has to be looked into so that we can find out exactly what had led to something like this, these are the types of things that do not just come up out of nowhere someone is behind this operation.

Home Affairs Minister, Aaron Motsolaedi thanked the public for providing tip-offs leading to the rescue of 51 illegal immigrants. The funny thing about this whole thing it is the fact that the big Media has categorised this operation as a rescue operation not as a situation, where illegal Chinese people were basically found inside the factory perpetrating the activities that are illegal.

Because no one knows about this operation and this factory until now meaning that whatever they were doing inside there was completely against the law they're saying that they rescued them but this looks more like a very criminal organisation that was running.

But since it is Chinese people that use the word rescue we know that if it was other nationalities we would have a word like arrested being used, it's very embarrassing that our own government does not recognise their prejudice that they are subjecting our own people in.

They were rescued from a Chinese-owned factory in Ekurhuleni, anyway this is according to the official statement but as far as we are concerned the police have basically taken into police custody people who are working illegally at the Chinese-owned factory knowing very well that their activities are completely illegal.

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