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Shame on ungrateful South Africans. Many of your people - AND RESISTANCE - were at Home in Africa, and not as “Foreign Nationals” during apartheid! ~Kwasi #sophic
Xenophobia: Shame on ungrateful South Africans. Many of your people - AND RESISTANCE - were at Home in Africa, and not as “Foreign Nationals” during apartheid!
Xenophobia, fear of strangers or foreigners, in apartheid south africa was, and is, a white supremacy issue. Unfortunately, We didn't record the onus of the shame of apartheid, leaving the door open for "history" to be told once again. Consequently, We find ourselves questioning where the shame should fall with regard to apartheid and resistance to hate and terrorism. Black People of African Descent innately are not xenophobic, otherwise We would have ran and hid from the europeans who came to the Motherland.
Some arguments seem to be simply for the sake of arguing. This one seems like one such argument. If i missed your meaning, please enlighten me.
The intention is for you to think for yourself, not for me to give you my answers.
Where did many South Africans and the Resistance Army find Home during Apartheid?
Were they welcomed as "Foreign Nationals" or Africans?