Xenophobia. Lazy South Africans Do The Unthinkable Again, Killing Fellow Africans For Being Hardworking

Xenophobia. Lazy South Africans Do The Unthinkable Again, Killing Fellow Africans For Being Hardworking

Xenophobia. Lazy South Africans Do The Unthinkable Again, Killing Fellow Africans For Being Hardworking


Despite frantic calls by Julius Malema to his countrymen to stop killing fellow Africans and blaming them for their own unemployment problems, the president of South Africa has recently beaten drums of war that echoed across the townships of South Africa and now his foot soldiers are acting.


The president Cyril Ramaphosa had earlier warned everyone without a trading license that they would not be allowed to operate in South Africa regardless of where they came from.

These sentiments with the most powerful man in the country are said to have been interpreted by the locals as a call for the expunging of all African foreigners South Africa and violent fights have been reported in Durban and other places in the past few days.

Images and videos shared on social media are very disturbing and hard to watch. Citizens from other countries in Africa are being beaten to death in the streets and their property looted or destroyed in total disregard of human rights.

According to Twitter users whose Tweets we have sampled, South Africans are generally known to be very lazy but they still blame foreigners for their the high unemployment rates in the country.

Many people who have traveled to the country depict a slow nation. One that is reluctant to wake up in the morning, and always eager to go back to bed in the evening.

Unfortunately, some South Africans have tried to justify the violence saying that locals should be given priority when it comes to allocation of business permits and employment of the workforce.
Why would a teacher kill a doctor for taking their job yet they are in two totally different professions? Only happens in South Africa.



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