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Malema the villain, Malema the Hero

11 November 2011, 07:03
Everyone is lauding the suspension of the youth league president. Some don't even understand what's really happening.

People hate Julius Malema the person. But Malema the politician says things that most people would like sweep under the carpet.

Most people are ignorant of the plight of the ordinary poor man on the street and fitting as it is, we blacks enjoy the downfall of another black. Even if he was trying to fight a noble fight.

History will remember Malema as the champion of the poor. How will history remember you? What do you do to help the plight of the poorest of the poor?

The answer is, most people won't be remembered because they lack the balls to stand up for something. Malema stood for something, and if he goes down, he will do so with the knowledge that he tried to champion the battle for economical emancipation for the ordinary man on the street.

The media is being used to brainwash people to believe Malema is the enemy. Zuma has swapped his machine gun for the state machinery. It’s all about his survival and his sons will get richer by the day from our tax money.

Whatever money or bribes Malema received cannot be compared to the bribes, BEE empowerment deals, and state money given to the sons of Zuma. Don’t believe everything you hear or read. We being deceived and we need to see it for what it is. With Malema as president, Zuma fear for his own survival, and so do those close to him.

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