Donald Trump please help make South Africa great again VIDEO

On the day of the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States of America, South Africans held a pro-demonstration calling on the new president to help the white minority of South Africa.

At the main entrance of the US Embassy in Pretoria around 13:00, the National Conservative Party (NCP) held a peaceful demonstration calling for assistance in South Africa. The leader of the NCP, Willie Cloete, Wessel Basson the Deputy Leader, Marius Coertze the Chancellor, Trevor Stumke, the secretary and Barend Daubern the youth Leader were all present during the demonstration. Holding posters calling on Trump to make South Africa great again and build an ANC wall, the demonstrators ask for Trump to consider the plea of the white minority who are oppressed.

On a lighter note, some of the posters said “ It’s Trump’s Time and “America had Obama, we still have Zuma” and “Trump you can govern SA anytime”. Seriously the white minority need assistance and since the affirmative action policies, brutal farm murders, and other horrific incidents have created widespread disaster for the white people, the demonstration was all about getting support.

There were a low police presence and the NCP a conservative party believes that the New American president Donald Trump will assist the white minority gain self-determination. The NCP believes Americans are conservative people and that the white people of South Africa are in solidarity with the Americans.

Donald Trump please help make South Africa great again – Image – Barend Daubern Youth Leader – NCP


Donald Trump please help make South Africa great again – Image – Barend Daubern Youth Leader – NCP
Donald Trump please help make South Africa great again – Image – Barend Daubern Youth Leader – NCP

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