Oczywiście, jeździli do pracy do RPA, chociaż był tam apartheid. Polak ma teoretycznie takie same prawa jak mieszkaniec kraju, do którego pojechał. Murzyn/pracownik zagraniczny nie miał prawie żadnych praw, a mimo tego jechał do RPA. Dlatego pisanie "A 3 miliony Polaków w socjaldemokracjach zgniłego Zachodu." jest nietrafionym "argumentem". No chyba, że lewica (bo głównie u osób, które podejrzewam lewicowość pisze takie coś) popiera apartheid. Wtedy argument jest trafiony.
"The Apartheid regime’s immigration legislation was based on racist selection criteria, aimed at economically exploit-ing labor migrants from neighboring countries, and it also lacked a refugee policy. The Aliens Control Act of 1937 es-tablished racial criteria for the entry of immigrants to South Africa. According to this law, White (especially Protestant) immigrants from Europe were to be favored over Black im-migrants from neighboring countries, as well as over Jew-ish immigrants from Eastern Europe. The immigration of labor migrants working in the min-ing industry was organized according to bilateral agree-ments with the respective countries of origin. The recruited workers had hardly any rights. With the Aliens Control Act of 1991, framework legislation consolidating all the previ-ous laws, the immigration of White people was made even easier than before. It formalized the racist orientation of migration policy even further, in that it created a so-called “two-gates-policy”, according to which a migrant would have to fulfill different conditions and would gain different rights, depending on whether he/she was White or Black. White immigrants were welcomed in hope that they would help stabilize the power of the ruling elite. For Black people there were hardly any opportunities to immigrate legally. They were only allowed to come temporarily to work in the mines. Employers who hired migrants without valid resi-dence and work permits were not legally prosecuted, mak-ing it even easier to exploit these laborers.1" pokaż całość