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ANCYL died when Juju removed; rise EFF rise

23 July 2013, 12:54

MARIKANA MINERS

If Nelson Mandela was still active in politics, I have no doubt that miners would have preferred him to address them too. They say ANC has lost touch with the masses and the situation in Marikana and many other protests was evidence to that. Now we witness these masses preferring Julius Malema when it comes to protests, why? It now shows that this young lion is not a sell out and is a true leader that we need. Those who rubbish him normally you find that they have bread on table and they are trying to say the masses/poor are fools and cannot think for themselves.

LEBOGANG MAILE AND THE END OF ANCYL

The same Maile is the poor guy who was rejected by the entire membership of the ANCYL and his own province too in favour of Malema. Maile together with this one who has no influence whatsoever called Buti Manamela, always resort to sexual terms while we talk politics. These poor guys will always say things like womaniser, one night stands and prostitution when we talk Economic Freedom. This shows their lower level of understanding politics because Mandela wouldn’t have done such. Maybe is because they know that one other reason Malema was removed from ANC was because he has one child and no girlfriend while Maile has more than six kids at age 33 and expecting twins. He is copying the master and so number one wouldn’t be comfortable to those who do the opposite of what he does. It is this sort of sell-out behaviour that managed to reduce the ANCYL of Madiba to nothing.

Poor guy Maile now start to say things that were said by so called ANCY NTT when he asked where the YL money is. Doesn’t this idiot know who was the treasurer at the time Malema was president or when the YL still existed? Pule Mabe, one of Zuma’s most trusted, is responsible for those YL invoices if you don’t know. At EFF we enjoy the autonomy that you idiots were supposed to be enjoying.

ANALYSTS SAY EFF/MALEMA SUPPORTERS ARE UNEDUCATED, THAT IS FOOLISH

When the young lion used to visit Universities, the halls were filled to capacity. The influence of the ANCYL was so huge and even after they graduated they followed the ANCYL and largely due to Malema. That is why is so difficult for YL to make a comeback now. Yes we might have followers from uneducated but a large number of educated followers are waiting for us unless being educated is explained in different ways.  Analysts like Justice Malala and Stephen Friedman must come up with alternative ways to create employment than criticizing all the way. To better the condition of the poor is not to criticize Julius Malema and the EFF.

LAND ISSUE AND NATIONALISATION

The issue of land shared makes sense because too much portion of land is still not used by most whites who just put a fence around it. With EFF we will differ with Zimbabwe in the sense that we want the unused land. In Zimbabwe, they took the land that was productive and some of them auctioned the equipment from the farms then it was clear the country will suffer. But I doubt that is what EFF will want to do.

They say other countries wouldn’t do business with us if we nationalise, that will be discrimination or else let them stop even now. The ANC is panicking. Today we wake up with news that it looks like ANC is trying to nationalise mines, funny they just came out of conference in December and they rejected taking over mines. Now they seem to be having another task team to take over mines, task team everywhere. They cannot think on their own. RISE EFF RISE.

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