We flatly refuse to be regarded as part of the same nation as this barbarian!

Opinion by Front National SA

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We flatly refuse to be regarded as part of the same nation as this barbarian!Photo: MC Botha
We flatly refuse to be regarded as part of the same nation as this barbarian!Photo: MC Botha

So, you still believe voting for any political party who says: “We can make the multiculturalist New South Africa work” is the right thing to do?

Let Ramaphosa, Maimane and Lekota think that!

Front National says: WE flatly refuse to be regarded as part of the same nation as this barbarian!

A rioter is seen in the photo, in Thabo Mbeki street, Zwelihle, swinging a cat seconds before it was thrown into the fire. His action was to incite the police into conflict.

We have fundamental and irreconcilable differences in culture and in views of civilised behaviour. We say NO!
We want self determination before the world starts thinking we are all like this!

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