Why there is xenophobia

This is far from over. ‘We have travelled the world and have not

 found one country that allows the floods of

 humans across its borders as South Africa is

 experiencing. Even in wartorn part like Syria,

 Ukraine, Yemen and Somali.


We were 7 million people in Johannesburg

 City in 2011; today we have an estimated 13

 million. Of course our infrastructure and

 services must collapse.

 If you were quite prepared to disrespect the

 first Law of the sovereignty of our country

 why should you respect the rest of our

 laws?


We have just come out of an oppressive

 bloody Apartheid system while you North of

 the Limpopo had been enjoying freedom

 since 1960, 1975 and 1981 respectively.


We remember those proud milestones. But

 we are all still developing countries and our

 development must be impeded with so

 many strangers and illegals in our midst.


In Johannesburg alone you have taken over

 entire suburbs: Yeoville, Berea, Bez Valley,

 Turfontein amongst many. You have even

 moved into rural parts of our country that

 have 80% unemployment; and there are no

 visible signs that you have jobs either. But

 there are signs of drug-dealing, prostitution

 and other criminal acts that you conduct-

 sometimes in cahoots with desperate locals.


Your presence at this moment in our history

 is most destructive and destabilising to our

 country and our citizens.

 Yes, we want to be proudly part of the

 geographic construct called Africa but we

 are as different from one another as

 Kenyans are from Nigerians, Ivorians from

 Chadians etc.


We recently received a story from the

 archives of teachers at a school in Cape

 Town. During the World Cup a group of

 primary school kids from different African

 countries north of the Limpopo were

 having a bloody fight in a suburb in Cape

 Town, South Africa/Azania, over a soccer

 match and one was stabbed to death and

 some others hospitalised. Those were kids

 between 9 and 11 years. They disliked one

 another’s countries and at the same time

 felt that they did not really belong in SA.


We are pleading with you to return to your

 home countries- as our King Goodwill and

 many other great leaders have asked. Go

 and build up those countries so that we can

 all live in economic, social and political

 prosperity and peace -as neighbours. The

 genocide in this corner of Africa will be far

 worse than what happened in Rwanda in

 1994. Then the entire continent will be

 condemned to ashes. Is that what you

 want?


Our people built this country with their

 blood and tears, but built it we did. For you

 to come here and take jobs at cheaper

 rates, use and abuse our scarce resources

 (schools, hospitals, shelters, clinics, parks,

 streets- even our churches and shacks and

 open spaces to live in while shops are

 literally running out of food) and further

 add to already high crime rates, IS WRONG

 and IMMORAL. South Africans not fully

 employed or who were found guilty of

 crimes, were recently repatriated from

 Nigeria and rightly so.


Our people are preparing for war against all

 foreigners (from Bulgaria to Pakistan and

 Bangladesh to Africa north of the Limpopo)

 and we are all very scared. Please GO HOME

 and BUILD Africa. Millions will die if you

 don’t. This we can guarantee.

 Good luck with your return’


 Patriotic Movement

 Pan Local Forum

 Unemployed Workers Forum

 Anti-Crime Movementby

News And others.

s will not happen. There are undercurrents from authorities in all this. This is just some damage limitation but mark my words, its far from over.

More news by clicking here http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-32332744

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