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What is the difference between Malema and Zuma?

13 July 2013, 15:30
Dear South Africans, if we are not wise enough, we will find ourselves in the same position as we are now after next year's elections. Zuma was voted president of South Africa whereas there was a baggage of crime and corruption, he became the president of our country and we are reaping the result of irresponsible voting. Today we have his former son starting a party and is getting so much thumbs up from many South Africans, more especially youth. Malema is currently being investigated and loosing his possessions due to corruption, and he is contesting for presidency in next year's elections.

What is the difference between Malema and Zuma? I see none. Zuma kicked forced Mbeki out of leadership, and today Malema is fighting Zuma out of leadership. Regardless of how we look at it, Malema is a clear replica of Zuma, hence many agree that Zuma is reaping what he sow. They (Zuma and Malema) stabbed each other in the back and the smart one came out top, now the dumb one is fighting back by starting his own party. The most disturbing thing and most dispeakable is that in their hunger for revenge and power, they are using innocent citizens who are just following them without thinking about the reasons why they do.

Dear South African Youth, you are the future of this country and the decision you make today will surely shape your future. If we are happy with voting corrupt people into leadership then we are shaping a corrupt future. Think rationally not emotionally, fight injustice with justice, fight corruption with incorruptible people. Stop following the noise but follow the good conduct of a leader. I would be happy to follow EFF if an incorrupt person was a leader.
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