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ANCYL - slowly dying under Malema

12 September 2012, 20:16

When stupidity reigns, we should all panic

It is with awe and disbelief that I see the current ANCYL stampede destructively on the past ground work created for it by so many dead soldiers. When did ruining the economy become an agenda to the ANCYL, when did misleading the masses into destructive behaviour become the direction taken by the ANCYL?

How did we allow such a pitiful person to represent what a leader is within the ANCYL? I am disgraced to see that savings ones political future has suddenly become more important than saving ones country, that one man can lie and manipulate thousands just so he may again ride the gravy train. Why did our president stand by and let the carnage around him get so far, what was the right time for him to put a stop in this seemingly conductor-less freight train we seem to be riding in?  Julius Malema may see himself as destined to rule the ANC, I can live with that, yet I cannot live with the fact that he wishes to harm the entire country to earn his rule.

Surely as ignorant as Malema is, somebody around him should inform him that he is playing very closely to high treason and with a few slip-ups South Africa as a country may rejoice at his indictment, in the interim we need to hear the utter garbage that spews from his dysfunctional mouth as he speak without thought, restraint nor true leadership!!

Oh security branch police... I pray your return for one last mission. 

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