Battle against xenophobia is for everyone

2008-04-07 00:00

Reports of xenophobic attacks in South Africa are not new and point to a deeper problem than just competition for jobs.

The Algerian political theorist, Frantz Fanon, analysed the nature of racism and colonialism and developed a theory of violent anticolonialist struggle. In one of his books, Fanon wrote that he believed that a revolution could only be carried out through violent armed conflict, during which the perpetrators of racial violence would be killed, to allow for rebuilding without those who were seen as evil.

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