In the upcoming months South Africa had plans to expel about one million white people from the country, by challenging their lawfulness presence in Africa.
One million is a lot, and the human suffering would be unbearable.
The main reasons are that white people refuse to integrate in Africa. They don’t give African names to their kids. They have not adopted local value system like Ubuntu. They don’t integrate by learning an African language and the predatory nature of their business is against African fundamental values.
The biggest issues however is where to expel them to. Most have been living there for centuries already, and they have contributed to the south African economy a lot.
One million homeless people back to struggling European economies would be dramatic. Regardless of their past involvement and benefits from criminal activities, the white in south Africa had in recent years started to claim an African identity.
How would the French welcome back the descendants of the Huguenots? Where the Boers would be settled?
Above all, the highest risk for south Africa government is the reaction of strong white countries like UK, Germany, Israel and of course the United States of America.
Economic Sanctions and possible military intervention are likely to be promptly taken.
And human rights organizations would campaign to shame and damage the reputation of all south African leaders and the country as whole. The United Nations security council would take a resolution to condemn South Africa. The Africa union would do the same, and the European Union would follow with strong condemnation.
Should South Africa proceed to expel the whites, regardless?