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Malema has NO skills

10 February 2014, 07:17
It's no particularly difficult to brainwash uneducated people. Who are they to know better from the right or the wrong way? Instict and logic don't seem to run through the brain of these people.
Malema says that IF he becomes president (which is not even statistically possible given the amount of majority ANC and DA have...), WHAT experience does Malema have in Land, Agriculture and even livestock? Hell, he had a cabbage farm for 3 months and he couldn't even get that right...
SO what is the guarantee that Malema COULD give you back your land (even if you never owned it before which is pracitically stealing...and before you hound me, the Zulu's invaded the Khoi san tribes and stole their land, so your ancestors actually starting doing land grabs before out white ancestors. LOOK IT UP)
Since Malema has no idea how to even manage a small farm, he can pretty much say anything to the poor and the poor will believe him. Any idiot can convince an uneducated fool to believe anything, it just is downright desperate and pathetic to prey on these people for your own selfish reasons for power.
I told a homeless man in Norwood that Kgalema Mothlante became president 2 years ago...andhe believed me! I did the SAME thing to another homeless women a few blocks away and I told her that Zuma is american...and she like "AY! AY! I CANT BELIEVE! JOH!"
T_T its not at all difficult to do what malema does. 
The reason the DA don't, can't and WON'T brainwash these poor people is because they have what Malema doesn't...INTEGRITY.
I'm not trying to sway you from voting EFF, by all means, please do, no really do, but just DONT blame us whites and DONT blame apartheid when Malema gets a 3-4 seats in parliament and he forgets about you...
Just saying.
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