XENOPHOBIA SOUTH AFRICA
If we can’t find a solution let’s us forge an alternative
- With our unified sense of purpose and a strong single belief system we can engage ourselves as true South Africans, to traverse this journey selflessly together with the sole mission and commitment to win the battle of xenophobic attacks.
- We must know upfront the challenge placed before us is not only a blessing to display our inner strength of character, but merely a test to display the power God has bestowed upon each one of us to make a life changing difference.
- I hear by take my stand this was my declaration. What is your!
GET INVOLVED TO AFFECT THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE HAPPEN!
"Call it what you like!"
There are those who fight for freedom and justice
And I call them sons and daughters of liberty
While there are those who capture and witness life goes by
I call them news reporters who record events as they unfold
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Submit Your Pledge To Support A Xenophobia Cause
- Talking about the problem did not help us win the struggle or get arrested for doing nothing. We got arrested because we were caught participating in the modus operandi that governed our intent in the political struggle for liberation before and after June 16, 1976 in Soweto.
- Talk was very cheap if you did not engage in the practical activities of the political, social or association and organization that required your input and commitment to the struggle in any form or other.
- We never had bystanders and weight watchers who promoted a lot of talk and less action. We actually got our hands dirty to get the job done. We coordinated our efforts like a jet engine airplane to execute our responsibilities. In the end we succeeded job well done.
- Life doesn’t operate like that, what you put in is what you get out. No pain – No gain simple as that.
- Every South African citizen is entitled to the project because we own the problem. Taking an initiative as individuals implies we are aware of the challenge and repercussions in the future if we pretend it will go away by itself.
- People call in with problems about everything in the country and all sorts of various topics that surround the state of the nation, politics etc. Everyone seems to talk about problems, I have yet to find or hear anyone who comes up with a blue print for the solution to the problem they face and talk about on Radio. Where is the solution? I hear silence all the way.
Declare Your Intent & Pledge Your Commitment Is The Way To Go
- You see there is a difference between talking about something and actually doing something about what bothers you. If you have a headache do you talk about it or take headache tablets? The fact of the matter is that we can talk about xenophobia until the chickens come home to roost. South Africans like talking about themselves even to a point of getting themselves into trouble.
- The same is true for wanting to commit oneself into a proactive engagement you truly believe will save people’s lives to make a difference. Taking part on social media comments and mudslinging will not do justice to any serious xenophobic cause that has placed our country and its victims into disarray.
Without forging our own “active-participation” in implementing a solutions or waiting for Government to grant us permission to do something is an outrageous after thought.
- Everyone at some point must take responsibility to do something about xenophobia i.e. take action and commit to a long-term struggle to resolve it. If you expect xenophobia to be a quick fix- think again. It is a process that requires calculated strategies and serious people. Choose your method of participation, there’s a place for every person to contribute their time, labour, money, and ideas to make things happen instead of watch chaos overtake our country.
My Declaration of Intent Against XENOPHOBIA and My Pledges To Support This Cause..