XENOPHOBIA IN SOUTH AFRICA

esther atosha
Posted September 4, 2019 from Democratic Republic of the Congo

 forest burns the leaders speak .normal! A man burns, others coldly aback it is radio silence.

silence in  the face of unending #atrocities in South-Africa is CRMINAL. it is desguisting , unhuman , crual 2 burns alive just because they are forigners . south -africa leaders should be brought to justice condoling such thing.

I invite all African countries to withdraw all partnership with South Africa until they put an end to these atrocities against their African brothers.

I STAND WITH THE VICTIMS

SHAME TO MANDELA'S COUNTRY . YOU'VE DESTROYED HIS LEGACY .

 

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Jill Langhus
Sep 04
Sep 04

Hi Esther,

How are you? Thanks for sharing your powerfully, poignant post and for bringing more awareness around this issue. My heart can't take on more turmoil:-( I hope and pray that a ray of light will soon emerge from all this darkness enshrouding our beautiful planet.

XX

esther atosha
Sep 09
Sep 09

hi jill,
this ray of light will come out if you and I make a gesture for our planette.
xx

Jill Langhus
Sep 09
Sep 09

Indeed:-)

XX

Lisbeth
Sep 04
Sep 04

Hi Esther,
I am glad you brought this issue up here. I thought about writing something on it today but you have covered it haha.
It's so sad indeed! We pray for the best for the victims. I am not taking side but I do believe that whatever issue it might be as claimed, they should be able to solve it peaceful, so all parties will be content or happy.
Have a good day.

esther atosha
Sep 09
Sep 09

hi lis,
xenophobia is a problem that requires respond . Glory to God some African countries are already talking about it. our great wish is south africa to find an adequate solution.
have a good day too!

Hello, Esther,

This is horrible. I'm lost with words. :(

esther atosha
Sep 09
Sep 09

hello keren,
yeess!

Hugs, dear.

Oluwatoyin Olabisi
Sep 06
Sep 06

Yes I understand your aggression but do not support SHAME TO MANDELA'S COUNTRY . YOU'VE DESTROYED HIS LEGACY .
Love u

esther atosha
Sep 09
Sep 09

hello olabisi,
i've say that because what south-africans are doing was not Mandela's wishes . theiy ve destroyed it .
much love

Beth Lacey
Sep 06
Sep 06

So sad. South Africa has a lot of work to do

esther atosha
Sep 09
Sep 09

hi beth,
yeees

kabahenda
Sep 07
Sep 07

Thank you for raising your voice on this horrible crime that is taking place in South Africa.
All peace-loving people on the world, and especially women on this forum, should send messages of protest to the following organisations, the African Union, the government of South Africa, and South Africa's Human Rights Commission.

It is indeed a shame that this is happening in Mandela's country! I hope and pray that this mandes will stop and the sonner the better.

esther atosha
Sep 09
Sep 09

thank you kabahenda for your comment,
I like your suggested procedure. I also think that this process should be implemented as quickly as possible.

Tamarack Verrall
Sep 07
Sep 07

Hi Esther,
How do some fall into this unspeakably cruel violence. It is encouraged by the government's lack of determination to stop it. Your strong stand and Kabahenda's suggestions of where we can create international pressure, are good places to start.

esther atosha
Sep 09
Sep 09

hello tamarack;
you've said it dear.

kenyasue smart
Sep 07
Sep 07

Greetings

Please could you post some history on these genocidal actions. It my view this is reminiscent to what happened in Rwanda, the causes revealed after & only the past 2 years coming, to truth. .
On the surface we see unexplained violence & mass genocidal murders. The role of the leadership and law enforcers come into question as is lacking in duty of care.. Also the impacts for women , are women and girls also being massacred like this, and If so where is this reporting?
United Nations and African Unions response is telling....the silence deafening.

Look forward to hearing form yourselves

Peace

Sistar KenyaS

esther atosha
Sep 09
Sep 09

Dear Kenyansue, I offer you this link for more information on this subject

https://www.france24.com/fr/20190905-afrique-sud-johannesburg-violences-...

in waiting we promise you more updates on conserning issue.

Anita Shrestha
Sep 15
Sep 15

HI
It is great sharing

esther atosha
Sep 18
Sep 18

hi anita ,
thank you

Anita Shrestha
Sep 18
Sep 18

Thank you dear