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Missing Malema

20 November 2012, 22:02
Expelled ANCYL president Julius Malema has played a vital role in the society, his name has been on everyone's lips ever since he became the president of the youth and still today he's been missed when a week passes without him appearing on the newspapers.

Malema is known for speaking his mind despite the consequences and has challenged many in the government without fear.

Many would agree that Malema has been the worst politician South Africa has ever had, he's a leader whose not afraid.

"In politics you don't have enemies for too long and you don't have friends for too long" said Malema when he was expelled from the ruling party.

Malema has been a harsh critic of both the Zuma and Mbeki government respectively, irrespective of his position in the party.

Malema has been an example of 'no fear' to the youth of this nation  and thank you God for giving the nation a person of such criteria, South Africans have enjoyed reading the newspapers because of him.

Malema became worse after he was expelled because he now has nothing to lose since his membership has been taken away from him in the ruling party and now he can't be disciplined by any union except the judicial system of this country which itself follow a long procedure which takes more time to reach it's conclusion which gives Malema more time to prepare and fuel the fire where possible.

Malema is a blessing in disguise, most people hate him but they enjoy reading about him in the media, he's been a funny character who always cracks a smile on everyone's faces and also make them angry.

Malema in our lifetime, no one can supersede comrade Malema, he's proved to many that he can't be stopped when he wants to do something, he does that without fear or favor.

What a human being in our lifetime! 

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