Come on now, it's been a year since I posted on this blog? Yikes!!!!! can you say slacker? Okay, okay, I'll try my best to post every week but don't hold me to it, I said that to myself exactly one year ago. So I guess happy new year, happy Easter are in order? hmm? but wait o, SA, what's up with you guys? You guys feel you don't need foreigners in your country? Then why are you guys in other people's countries too. Not to brag but the fact is Nigeria is the most populous African nation and the likes of MTN, Shoprite et all need the Nigerian population and market to thrive. You don't think so, alrighty then, why did they not just stay in SA and how would you feel if Nigerians or all other African nations rounded up all the South Africans and started beating, burning, maiming them indiscriminately to the cheers of bloodthirsty spectators? The great Madiba must be rolling in his grave. The truth of the matter in my opinion is these xenophobic attacks are being misdirected. SA feel like they have been oppressed and discriminated against by a certain group of migrants that had come to their country and up till this day mistreat them but what do they do instead of directing their anger towards the offenders, hmm? I'll tell you what ? they turn against other Africans trying to make an honest living in South Africa and start 'venting' while the police and the president fold their arms and ask Nigerians to leave till things settle down? Are you kidding me? Where do we find some of these weak African leaders? If you are the head of a nation and you can't control your people then you should not wear the crown, simple as that and this is not exclusive to SA. Any leader who cannot lead his/her 'sheep' should NOT be in office and I think it would be really nice if EVERY foreigner in SA left so they don't have any body else to blame for their misfortunes and maybe, they would be able to see that their issues lie within them and existed longggggggggg before people started migrating to SA. It would also be a great idea if every African nation boycotts SA businesses for a year. It'd be nice to see how the mighty island of SA can thrive doing business just amongst themselves. Come to think of it, it would create opportunities for local entrepreneurs to emerge and be successful..... I'm done.
The foxy one