xenophobia banner logo2

XENOPHOBIA SOUTH AFRICA

HOW LONG ARE YOU GOING TO

REMAIN SILENT OR STAND ALOOF

BEFORE YOUR COUNTRY IS REDUCED TO

RIVERS OF BLOOD AND MOUNTAINS OF DEAD BODIES!

CITIES BECOME HAUNTED GHOST TOWNS AND SUBURBS BECOME GRAVEYARDS

00:00

DOES XENOPHOBIA IMPLY SOUTH AFRICA NEEDS TO INTRODUCE & IMPLEMENT THE "GREEN CARD" LIKE THE USA?

 

Let Us Find A Solution Together

 If we can identify the causes of xenophobia we are better equipped to deal with its consequences than to fight fire by assigning the blame to someone other than ourselves.

IF WE CAN’T FIND A SOLUTION LET US FORGE AN ALTERNATIVE.

 

My declaration and allegiance to this project is in the message “Call It What You Like”. My pledge to fight the scourge is supported by the message “’Cause not everyone feels the same way”. “Call it what you like” ©2015 – is my proposed theme to kick-off this project going forward.

 

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!

 tech app22_a

"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
2015© I. Khonjelwayo Copyrights Reserved.

My Involvement In This Project Is Inspired By True South Africans Who Made Me What I am Today... I would like to PAY it Forward!

This Is Bra Ike

00:00
ideas xchange faces-426077_640

My Pledges

  • Auction my Paintings raise funding and co-ordinate xenophobia education and job creation projects for our local communities.
  • Record a Music CD raise funds to support other people’s pledges and campaigns.
  • Sell my Poetry book i.e. “Call it what you like” to create the DIDAXW project “Declaration of Intent Directory Against Xenophobia Website” of peoples’ intent.
  • Create Pledges Support Apps raise funds to print the DIDAXW hard-copy book distribute it to International and African Embassies to grant our South African member Pledges immunity and amnesty for their causes.
  • I see my major role as the Secondary Donor and plan to be a big local and international fund raiser for “Pledged Projects” co-coordinator and implementation director.

Make Your Declaration In Writing! "Don't Just Talk About Xenophobia - Act Against It".

Declare Your Intent & Pledge Your Support

Call it what you like cover

 

The “Catch” For Participating In Project XSA:

xenophobia banner logo2

start blueIn order to separate serious players from time-wasters and cheap talkers, I think there is a catch to participate in this Project XSA. In the past during the struggle individuals volunteered something to make a difference.

star redTalking 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.

Submit Your Pledge To Support A Xenophobia Cause

In order to separate serious players from time-wasters and cheap talkers, I think there is a catch to participate in this Project XSA. In the past during the struggle individuals volunteered something to make a difference.

  • 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.
The same is true with this Project XSA, this means your declaration of intent and your actual pledge separates you from the example I have mentioned above. You either declare your intent to practically offer your volunteer services and pledge your allegiance to do something and contribute, rather than stand by and expect results for doing nothing.

  • 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.
I always listen to Radio 702 and enjoy and respect the John Robbie and Redi Tlhabi talk shows. These guys are awesome and proactive; they’re incredible presenters of great caliber South African has ever produced in the communication industry.

  • 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..

00:00

 

Remember our Motto Going Forward: “Talk Is Cheap Actions Speaks Louder Than Words”.

 

Committing to a declaration of intent and a pledging of tangible support separates you from non-serious people who want to hijack events and make a mockery out of every incident. Whereas, if you feel you’re ready to make things happen it’s your opportunity now to proof to yourself that your existence is worth the air you're breathing.

Your name will go down in history as someone who saved the day! – You know like “Spiderman”, “Superman”, or the “Fantastic Four”.

Life is too unpredictable to assume it will never happen to you or your family anywhere. What goes around comes around; history has a peculiar way of repeating itself. Where everyone’s role is switch around reversed by the laws of Nature to pay back what we failed to rectify in close encounters with other people.

Think about it, “You Could Someday Be a Foreigner Somewhere” and your family in dire straits seeking the help these foreigner yearn from your compassion. Take a stand and pledge your support, make sure your intent is honest and are comfortable with the options or decision you make.

Your pledge should be as important to you as the cause is to our mission and vision, think about what your contribution will do to the lives we trying to touch. Do not leave this for too long time wasted is never regained. Good luck!

by Isaac Khonjelwayo.

xenophobia declare banner2

To get more information about Xenophobia Intervention Challenge! Enter your Information to receive our Project XSA participation Action Plan. If You're A Business call me for a Business Presentation..@ 076 312 3826

 
xenophobia benefits3

Frequently Asked Questions - How To Put Together Your Declaration & WHY!

00:00

S.A. Your Humanity Is Challenged To Rise To The Occasion

The only reason why I am taking this bold stand to voice my discontent about our countries fate, is that our Parliament has lost credibility and respect by suppressing voices that represent our people. Opposition parties have completely lost their purpose to deliver their mandate in serving us.

Now, I would like to exercise my freedom and choice to stand up against any evils perpetuated against other people in the form of xenophobia. Project XSA is the platform to help you do the same.

If you want to share my cause and goals to do something to correct the ills of our society and deteriorating moral values of our country. Please subscribe to get more information towards finding a remedy to the challenges our country is facing. Sign Up Today

bra ikearrow

 

We respect your email privacy

©2015 Project XSA:

With Compliments From: Isaac Khonjelwayo