After his expulsion from the party the other day,did Julius Malema beg the party that created him to get back into their good books again? One moment he tells everyone he is gonna take his appeal against expulsion all the way to the ANC Conference to be held in December later this year,and the next comes out makings what looks like a very a surprise public apology and on his hands and knees begging to be allowed back.
This fat renegade "Hugo Chavez" of Africa seem to have multiple dysfunctional personalities crisscrossing each other each time he opens his mouth. One thing you can be sure of is that we white folks are still waiting for his public apology to be made to us for sowing racial hatred.
In his contrite interview he seems to realize finally how stupid he has become ever since his ANCYL Presidency took off in 2008 and now his usual defiance gets tempered with remorse.Malema says if his expulsion is upheld that he would continue with his studies, pursue business interests and continue cattle farming. At 31 should you have a B.S.decree of some sort by now? What are you still studying that you never seem to graduate from?
Should he,Malema,be focussing on the police investigation into his business dealings,whereby he is accused of using his political position so as to influence the awarding of government tenders to his cronies? He said no court of law has found me corrupt. He probably right no court of law in South Africa that is. Outside of it you'll be sitting in hellhole by now,thinking you'd been ****ed by a train or by sodomizers.
For someone so incorrigible,socially awkward and an ultimate village fool,it would be best if he'd just give up and move on out of here permanently.Poverty,inequalities and unemployment remains very serious issues in South Africa along with all other important matters,but these issues need not to have a spokesperson who is as destructive and hypocritical as Malema was.
Young people in South Africa needs a better and well respected youth role model,not one that is uneducated and misguided as Malema is. His distorted and at times outrageous leftwing credentials are now in a shambles because of his brazen outbursts. A self-appointed spokesman for the poor that lives like a king was only ever motivated by his own self-enrichment and nothing else.
Mass black youth unemployment is a ticking time bomb in South Africa,and expelling a troubling and disruptive alternative like Julius Malema won't solve South Africa's 50% unemployment rate sadly. At least it shuts him up for now. South Africa high poverty is not reducing its inequality dilemma.
Someone that embodies and articulates some of the confusions and contradictions of black Africans on the continent has been taken of the air for now hopefully. Maybe there still is a dramatic twist in this which is the South African soap opera called the "Julius Malema show".
1.The Guardian Newspaper.
2.BBC News Channel.