Zuma support sets Malema up for conflict

2009-12-18 13:47

JULIUS Malema has been called all sorts of names due to his controversial behaviour. To add salt to the injuries of his haters, Jacob Zuma anointed him as a future president of the ruling party.

This is similar to the Biblical story about Joseph and his siblings. After the anointment, Julius’s comrades felt smaller and will try to bring him down as they see him as a threat now.

This explains the booing in Polokwane during the SA Communist Party conference. This is the beginning of many casual incidents that will happen against Malema.

Mabelane Michael
Mohlatlareng


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