ANC created 'Malema monster'

2011-06-20 22:32

Bloemfontein - The ANC and President Jacob Zuma's reluctance to discipline ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has led to his recent comments and actions the past weekend, the Freedom Front Plus Youth said on Monday.

FF Plus youth leader Jan van Niekerk said Malema’s comments on nationalisation and that white capitalism was the enemy, would lead to race polarisation and economic instability in southern Africa.

“The ANC has raised a monster which they cannot control. The bigger it gets the less they will be able to control it,” said Van Niekerk in a statement.

He said Malema’s statements on white capitalism being the enemy and white people stealing land from blacks was nothing but racist.

“It speaks a lot of what is going on [in] the mind of the ANC voter.”

He said the ANC Youth League’s radical views on the nationalisation of mines and banks and the proposed handling of the land issue was nothing but a “Robert Mugabe attitude”.

Van Niekerk said if the ANC did not discipline Malema on his statements, the rest of the world would interpret it as party policy.

“The ANC and its leaders seem to be too scared to discipline Malema and this could have far reaching consequences for South Africa,” said Van Niekerk.

  • thinker - 2011-06-20 22:46

    In years gone by, parents raised their kids, now kids are raising their parents.

      Aish - 2011-06-21 06:42

      This is what happens when corporal punishment is taken away!!!! The youth need a good smack to make them realize where they are in the food chain.

      Lesendewakho - 2011-06-21 08:58

      No thinker! The average life span has reduced drastically! The Youth's thinking is at its maxims when they are Malema's age...

      lotus.lindi - 2011-06-21 14:59

      @thinker No. The ANC raised Malema in their little shop of horrors, and when he cries "FEED ME" he is merely trotting out the populist stuff that will ensure future ANC support from the uneducated masses, while the real ANC economic agenda - more gravy laden contracts, farms-for-friends and directorships in targetted industries all for ANC cadres - continues to be pushed behind the scenes.

      Knop - 2011-06-22 09:02

      It is a good thing julius took woodwork, he could do brain surgery on his fellow anc buddies,maybe a borer beatle in a previous life.

      Chloe - 2011-06-22 10:34

      But Malema is no longer a youth surely? What constitutes a youth? Some children have become so vile, even among the very well to do, that adults are shunning them. if corporal punishment was permitted it doesn't mean you have to beat your child to death, it's just a little back-up plan and then only to use sparingly. I saw some british teens on World's strictest parents and they were nothing but utterly repulsive and it's not their fault. It's the brain malfunctioning baby boomers' kids. Apparently baby boomers were the first to rebel against their parents and the fruits are horrendous.

      dumbbumb - 2011-06-22 13:41

      If people dont stand up and do their job, someone is going to do it, malema for president!!!

      frangelico - 2011-06-22 14:47

      @thinker the sad thing though is that they are abusing their parents,the ones who made it possible for them to live in a free society,they have no shame at the way their old folk are treated even their grandparents who helped so their parents can earn some money get treated worse than their dogs.

      Karoobloed - 2011-06-22 16:21

      Malema is the unsavory face of the ugly reality that millions of our citizens remain exluded from the South African dream. He is a living metaphor of a huge problem that will not go away. His proposed "solutions" would surely take RSA down the hole, but we would be wise to consider the utter desperation of the masses that has been fueling his rise to power.

      Enough! - 2011-06-22 23:50

      malema is merely a puppet in zumas hands. all the talk about the poor and fighting for the poor is nothing but a smoke screen to achieve zumas agenda of more power and money. nothing more and nothing less! zumas first objective was to strip the xhosa nation of their political power and influence and then the whites of all there economical power.

  • Zama.mncwabe - 2011-06-20 22:54

    Who a hell is Julias Malema???"the bigger it gets,the less they will be able to control it"well said Van Niekerk...

      jack - 2011-06-21 12:48

      The ANC doesn't do anything because he says what they are too afraid to. He is just a pawn.

      afrdick - 2011-06-23 02:08

      Jan van Niekerk, Jy is heeltemal reg! Die ANC kweek juis die monster vir hulle verskuilde agenda. vra vir jouself die vraag; HOEKOM? die ANC skep 'n persepsie gekoppel aan 'n krisis en paniek, dan gaan hulle met die goue oplossing kom wat almal verligting gaan gee, walla! Viva die ANC, en almal aanvaar die oplossing wat 'n middewegoplossing is, soos bv. as jy 2 plase het, vat ons een, as jy 'n myn het, vat ons net 'n gedeelte, die banke nasionaliseer ons net halfpad. En almal smile en vertel watse wonderlike leiers die ANC is. Terloops, Mandella was net so 'n ... soos Malema in die 60's. Hoe meer vrees Malema kan aanblaas, hoe pragtiger gaan die ANC se kompromie lyk. Dit is in elkgeval ou nasionale party taktiek. Maak jou bang met goggas en jy kruip saam weg onder die kombers.

  • John Paul - 2011-06-20 23:00

    In the early 1980's Gorbachov admitted that the Central Control does not work. He set the USSR on the path to Glashnost, Perestroyka, reformed AWAY from Central Control, the policy of Malema. In 1997 the Chinese when they got Hong Kong back they admitted to be 50 years behind. They also set on the path of reform AWAY from Central Control, the policy of Malema. Malema is either Ignorant, and/or Negligent to keep himself informed, and /or Mentally Challenged.

      Babba x - 2011-06-21 05:55

      Just dof!!Nothing else

      Kevin - 2011-06-21 07:02

      And he still had a brain. How can we control anything as our lot are brainless?

      York Hunt - 2011-06-21 07:54

      @John Paul. I agree with you that Malemas'a logic is flawed. However, it my conviction that the ANC has and always will be a communist organisation. It has always been their goal to "nationalise" everything. They just can't do it overnight. Malema is impatient. He wants the ANC's policies implemented overnight. But the ANC leadership is driven by some very intelligent people. Oh yes! Like the story of boiling a frog in a bucket. You heat the water gradually and the frog won't jump out. That's the general idea. But communism is the goal! Make no mistake.

      Nelius Meiring - 2011-06-21 11:56

      Greedy is the word.

      Chloe - 2011-06-22 10:37

      Greece a modern day example. They're on the brink of collapse and now they quickly want to privatise all the stuff they nationalised a la Julius. It seems too late now.

      supporter - 2011-06-22 14:43


  • thambomz - 2011-06-20 23:03

    This is probably the 1st time I have agreed with the FF.....

      tau999heavy - 2011-06-21 00:16

      @myancmyfutur... first of all... missing an e... secondly, you obviously don't think people can change... a cynic i believe.... I would go about changing that in todays SA. i agree with thamboz... first ever time I've agreed with the FF.

      jack - 2011-06-21 12:56

      lol myancmyfutur you have no idea who this person is... let alone your nice spelling mistakes.

      battleboy - 2011-06-21 17:11

      HMMMMM creating a monster!!! maybe, but also creating white monsters that do have brains. Watch out you malema lovers, you are treading on very dangerous grounds.

      moiraine - 2011-06-21 17:43

      How do you know that Thambo lies down all day, I am sure you have never met him/her

      afrdick - 2011-06-23 02:21

      thmbomz, hang on! as you are waking up you will start agreing on many more things about the FF. please start thinking for yourself and always remember, the media has much more influence than any politition. a.o. perspectives of the march of the day.

  • andries.bezuidenhout.meatwise - 2011-06-20 23:05

    Well said Mr van Niekerk; I really think Malema's negative energy is not going to last and he will eventually hang himself! Gladiator

      onetickie - 2011-06-21 00:36

      One can only hope. He has made a mockery of all the years people like Nelson Mandela spent in prison. He's an out of control MONSTER, a self-centered ego-maniac who is only interested in himself, his imagine, money & power.

      umlaut - 2011-06-21 10:32

      @@warren@@@-Did malema tell you this-be honest now,- come clean -we need your evidence in a court of law--the ICC-we shall pay your ticket and all.We have another willing to give evidence--the more we have the stronger our case.

      umlaut - 2011-06-21 21:00

      Wayne - June 21, 2011 at 08:43 Quote--" We are the minority and even if we revolt, resistance will be futile. Best is to seek for greener fields and I heard from a immigration agency that over a 2000 people is seeking to immigrate to Australia. People are fed up and tired trying to rebuild this country when you have millions of idiots roaming the streets with the mentality of a 2 year old. Honestly I love South Africa but this is not the place where I want to raise my kids, think of the poor education, BEE and constant racism between parties. SA is really not worth fighting for and best to leave while the rand is still worth something. Just my 2 cents." Comment-- Yes wayne---what a strange state of affairs------in the news yesterday the propaganda was of thousands applying for asylum in SA from the upper countries and we are moving out to the lower country down under. We can just hope that life in SA doesn't become so dangerous that even m a l e m a decides it’s time to go down under---(or maybe some other event will assist him to go DOWN UNDER.[LETS HOPE])

      afrdick - 2011-06-23 02:32

      Andries, hy gaan NIE homself hang nie! ons moet ons fokus regkry swaer, anders hang ons aan ons eie tou omdat ons nie gefokus is nie, malema en die ANC weet presies waarmee hulle besig is. en die ouens wat so van breins praat! kom by k?rels, hoeveel breins het idi amin of mugabe of vavi of zuma? hierdie besigheid is in elkgeval 'n gees van kill the Christ! Kill the Christ!

  • Mike Hoxbig - 2011-06-20 23:09

    No, the media created the monster by giving it attention.

      Sit-hole - 2011-06-20 23:22

      Ignoring a problem wont make it disapear.

      Pickle - 2011-06-21 07:07

      @sit-hole WELL SAID!

  • Anneck - 2011-06-20 23:24

    Malema incites racism and hatred amongst whites and blacks, using apartheid as an excuse.

      Elbie - 2011-06-21 12:57

      Worse, actually, he uses colonialism as an excuse!

  • Lion - 2011-06-20 23:31

    I never thought I would respond to any article placed on News 24,let alone about malema.Then this article appeared,and I realized looking at my children today,this has gone too far.Make no mistake,this is not a racial thing,but Good against Evil.Nature is a fantastic example to all of us.Whenever you threat a wild animal,and more so its offspring,there is only one way out,FIGHT!No one threatens my children in this way and nor should anyone stand for this,does not matter what color you are.Another great example is,history.Millions of lives were lost in WW2,because one person started preaching evil,militant words and no one stopped him,till it was to late - Hitler.Then years later,we had evil,militant words,that was not reacted upon,and again we had death and despair - Zimbabwe.Wake up SA!We can no longer afford this Evil,that is malema and anyone that supports him,to brainwash millions of people.Rise up SA!Whether you are black,white,brown ,whether you vote ANC,DA,Inkatha,it does not matter.We need to fight this Evil NOW,by any means,media,social media.Boycott any business or institutions[like Gallagher Estate]that supports this evil,that is malema and anyone who supports him.Do not make this a racial thing,as this is what he wants and needs to support his evil ideology.Stand up NOW ,SA.Challenge this Evil and anyone or anything[brands and institutions] that supports him.Otherwise,we will end up with a lot of blood on our hands and laps.We need to stop him ,NOW!

      Larro - 2011-06-21 01:34

      Killing him will create a martyr, and there will always be some other dumber, more hate-filled person to take his place.

      Simpiwe Cele - 2011-06-21 05:35

      He seeks to divide a nation , our father Madiba sought to unite , Mr Malema seeks to destroy everything that Madiba worked for.......How sad for our country that after years of freedom an individual comes along with the sole intent to destroy. How sad that Africa seems to produce this kind of despot. (mugabe , idi amin , milton obote , julius malema)

      Daemos1 - 2011-06-21 07:20

      @Lion, you shouldnt eat strange mushrooms you find in the gaarden dude, seriously

      Casper - 2011-06-21 07:30

      I could not agree more. Those who think he is going to dissapear must think again because if he becomes the leader of the ANC he becomes our president and all those who think it is too much effort to vote must realise the cross on that paper is the only thing that stands between living in a democratic country and suffering under a dictatorship disguised as a democracy.

      Lab-Rat - 2011-06-21 08:13

      Agreed, we all need to stand together now and fight for our childrens futures.

      Wayne - 2011-06-21 08:43

      We are the minority and even if we revolt, resistance will be futile. Best is to seek for greener fields and I heard from a immigration agency that over a 2000 people is seeking to immigrate to Australia. People are fed up and tired trying to rebuild this country when you have millions of idiots roaming the streets with the mentality of a 2 year old. Honestly I love South Africa but this is not the place where I want to raise my kids, think of the poor education, BEE and constant racism between parties. SA is really not worth fighting for and best to leave while the rand is still worth something. Just my 2 cents.

      Samuel - 2011-06-21 09:15

      It is because he has the devil on his side. God creates. The devil destroys. In nature there will always be a detructive energy opposed to the creating and positive force. The ANC is full of negative energy and it is time that all the good people in SA stand up for what is good against this demonic being.

      genet - 2011-06-21 12:07

      I quote Socrates again. "There is only one Good, Knowledge, and one Evil, Ignorance". I agree with Lion, fight Evil with everything you have.

      AjaxFiko - 2011-06-21 13:39

      Mandela hasn't done anything to unite us, you reside in the surbubs and I stay in the townships. .that's tha crust of the matter. I don't condone Malema, I hate his guts, but let's not pretend Mandela corrected the wrongs that were a result of the white-apartheid-rule. He simply forced us to be tolerant of each other. Malema is playing on the minds that are already thinking this, he is exploiting that "anger" that sees 50 cars on the free-way (white-owned) and 2 (black owned), there might be a coloured in there driving a truck. That anger brought about by the My-citi bus, carrying 5 people back and forth whereas the masses have to ride inbetween coaches (in trains) because they are full. Also brought about by the bicycle lane to Table view, when you can hardly walk on the pavement from town to phillipi. The hopeless, the people that feel betrayed, he is playing on the people that can't think for themselves, the people that either don't care or are ill-informed of what's going on in the other countries such as Libya/Egypt. Most of these people however do not pay tax, they always want want want. That's why he's selling the idea that he'll give give give, to off-set the in-equality created by the white-apartheid-rule. The only way to remove him would be to remove the ANC, unless if the ANC changes it's ways. Truth be told, if he were to be president, ALL HELL WOULD BREAK LOOSE, FOR EVERYONE!

      Chuck - 2011-06-22 18:09

      It is predicted that there are 10 million economic refugees in South Africa; a further 14 million people are on welfare and there are only 5.9 million tax payers supporting the lot. On top of that, you have the ANC government, led by Malema, calling for Whites to be chased out of the country, or, ideally, exterminated. The only problem is that the Whites are the majority of the tax payers and the most skilled sector of the population. So, the ANC is sitting on a time bomb of invading economic, non-tax paying, unskilled migrants (mostly young males); an inflating welfare sector and a diminishing tax payer base. I'd call that the perfect storm......

  • Sadiq Malik - 2011-06-20 23:55

    Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves. Carl Jung Swiss psychologist (1875 - 1961)

      Babba x - 2011-06-21 06:00

      from this I believe you have some issues

      York Hunt - 2011-06-21 08:01

      @Saliq Malik. Thank you for that! So we must be grateful for Hitler, Stalin and Malema because they taught us stuff about ourselves? Well, thank you very much! I think you're taking Jung out of context. Irritation and downright disgust are 2 very different things. Malema is NOT just an irritation. HE is a hate-mongerer. What did Jung say about hate-mongers?

  • Karoobloed - 2011-06-21 00:17

    As much as I despise what Malema stands for, we are all at least somewhat complicit in his rise to power. The fact is that millions of people in RSA remain jobless and live in extreme poverty. Neither the old guard ANC, nor the political alternatives to the right has been providing our desperate masses with any hope. That is the vacuum that Malema has stepped into. Solution: give hope to our impoverished masses, but not in a way that raises false expectations. Make the safety and security of all RSA citizens, Black and White an absolute priority - everyone should feel safe, whether on a farm or in a township. Secure our borders, expatriate illegal immigrants. Decisively and convincingly silence the siren calls to landgrabs and nationalization. Encourage family planning and foster an obsession with education - like the Asian countries have done. Then welcome the return of the skilled that fled the country, and watch and enjoy the boom of the economy and resulting sustainable job creation. Simple eh?

      White Oak - 2011-06-21 05:55

      Karoo, that is a good plan. One question is going to do it? Isn't that the constitutional duty of the regime? Citizens are NOT allowed to raise a private army or take control of police/defence issues.In any case, life is still very comfortable for most that comment here. We have too much to lose and love our little luxuries more than we value our neighbour.

      Babba x - 2011-06-21 06:02

      Die ou (Malema) sal mos nou nooit verstaan wat jy bedoel nie

      Babba x - 2011-06-21 06:07

      Die ou (Malema) sal mos nou nooit verstaan wat jy bedoel nie

      Karoobloed - 2011-06-21 06:34

      White Oak, your last sentence cuts to the bone.

      Herb - 2011-06-21 07:44

      Looking for a job? Easy get rid of these draconian labour laws that prescribed minimum wages that no one can effort, business need productive labour und are not a welfare organisation.

      York Hunt - 2011-06-21 08:10

      @Karroobloed. You, my friend are an idealist. I agree with your solution. But let's be real. That's not going happen. Is it? Corruption is well entrenched in the seats of power. Blood has been spilt to secure power at the top. Idealistic hoping is not going get rid of that EVIL. You may well have said "feed the homeless to the hungry."

      John Jameson - 2011-06-21 08:11

      Maybe this goes both ways. We, the wealthy, are too comfortable to get involved in improving our neighbour's lot. Conversely, given a choice between the hard slog to riches and seductively easy land grabs, I believe most of the poor would prefer us not to get involved. I hope I'm wrong, but the warped theory is that we all would prefer the current path to destruction.

      Currie_Mafia - 2011-06-21 08:39

      A workable solution the implementation, there lies the difficulty..I like it, nonetheless. - 2011-06-21 08:46

      In an ideal world an ideal world..... Its wonderful that there are still so many positive thinkers out there who believe SA will "make it"....... But, the reality is what it is....crime, corruption, non service delivery, etc etc-it wont change. I would love nothing more than to be proven wrong.

  • Jackool - 2011-06-21 00:24

    The "Mal" in Malema is gonna cost SA dearly. He reminds me so much of old Idi Amin.

      Simpiwe Cele - 2011-06-21 05:36

      Idi had an enema ? :)

  • onetickie - 2011-06-21 00:31

    The silver lining for SA generally is that very soon there will be nothing left for them to sqabble or take for themselves. When the country resembles Zimbabwe (as its starting to) and the jARS insistence on taking farms/mines, they'll have production from the last crop sown by legal owners. Thereafter everything reverts "ashes to ashes; dust to dust".

      pitbull - 2011-06-23 09:22

      At least 3 very scary and nonsensical policies emerged from the ANC Youth League's Conference: 1. They wish to confiscate land from White farmers and property from other Whites without compensation. There are something like 580 out of the around 600 farms that have already been bought and handed over to Black 'farmers' now standing abandoned and unproductive, but these Cleva boys want to throw even more productive farmers off the land. We have already gone from a food exporting country to a food importing one. Banana republic? No, we cannot even produce enough bananas any more so we have to import them from Mozambique! 2. They wish to nationalize the mines. Haven't they learned anything from the Aurora debacle? Or even from the failure of the state to efficiently and profitably run the existing state enterprise, such as Eskom, SAA, Transnet (railways), Denel Arms and so on. 3. They wish the government to push ahead with building atomic power stations.After what happened at Chernobyl and at the US 3 Mile Island and now in Japan; after Switzerland and Germany deciding to scrap their existing atomic power stations, our CLEVA boys want to build atomic power stations when solar and wind are the obvious and safe way to go.

      pitbull - 2011-06-23 09:23

      Regardless of that, the idea of nationalisation is completely illogical anyway. At present the state owns all the mineral rights so between royalties and taxes it probably creams off 60% or more of the mining companies gross income. It is easy for them to increase this if they want, but too high taxation will scare away investment. Remember this good income is without investing or risking a single cent of taxpayers money. When the mines profit the government gets money, when the mines lose it doesn't cost the government a single cent out from their pocket. If the government nationalises the mines, they will become inefficient and the government revenues will be less than before. Worse than this, when the mines make a loss the government will have to pump in taxpayers money to keep them running. It looks as though we have bad times coming in RSA. Even Professor Ben Turok, a long standing senior member of the ANC, has warned that present policies are leading to a racist Black Republic rather than Mandela's vision of a Rainbow Nation.

  • M Haslewood - 2011-06-21 00:35

    Malema is creating FEAR, hatred, anger, uncertainty and so on. Fear can also make you stronger. The only problem is, are you willing to have faith in your ability to conquer fear?

      one-way - 2011-06-21 08:58

      @myanc, Would really give us something to chat about over a nice warm burning tyre.

      one-way - 2011-06-21 09:02

      One of the principles in motivating people to change ,is to make the current situation unbearable. Like starting a fire on an oil rig to get people to jump off. Don`t know if he`s shot his bolt with this one.

  • postman83 - 2011-06-21 00:39

    Thank goodness I'm in Australia!

      Jade - 2011-06-21 01:42

      Whenever I hear the latest words to come out of Mugabe Jnr AKA Malema's mouth I wish I was too!

      ZipZap - 2011-06-21 07:32

      Daemos1: supoply? When you leaving?

      Currie_Mafia - 2011-06-21 07:44

      Watch out for snipers ! - 2011-06-21 08:37

      @postman83 - I always get the impression that the "ex pat bashers" on this forum are just SOOOO jealous of those who have had the guts to leave this crimeridden, corrupt, doomed [with malema being touted as a future president? of course SA is doomed!] country! and with malema's latest tirade I think MANY MANY more South Africans, black and white, cant wait to leave!! Lucky you!

      umlaut - 2011-06-21 19:44

      MALEMA IS COMING TO VISIT YOU TO DRUM UP SOME SUPPORT-- oh sorry I got it wrong------------------ he is going to go DOWN UNDER--!!! (HOPE ITS SOON)

      umlaut - 2011-06-21 19:48

      Strange a certain Wayne commentator disappeared here----comment to Wayne Yes wayne---what a strange state of affairs------in the news yesterday the propaganda was of thousands applying for asylum in SA from the upper countries and we are moving out to the lower country down under. We can just hope that life in SA doesn't become so dangerous that even m a l e m a decides its time to go down under---(or maybe some other event will assist him to go DOWN UNDER.[LETS HOPE])

      mark - 2011-06-22 06:54

      Good on you mate! It must be satisfying to know someone like malema will never be allowed into Oz, as they have a fantastic points system which curbs the "intellect" problem. You need to be educated to be able to move to Australia. Fantastic!!

      JusticeMan - 2011-06-26 13:43

      Postman, then what are you doing on this blog, longing for home ha???

  • Poloyatonki - 2011-06-21 01:36

    It's peanut butter jelly time!

      Simpiwe Cele - 2011-06-21 05:39

      convinced you not a proud black African

      White Oak - 2011-06-21 06:19

      Polo, cheering up the people on this forum will take more than pb&j...we need good governance!

      tut - 2011-06-21 08:38

      Yip, the stuff pouring out of Juju's disgusting foul mouth!Maybe you should keep a roll of toilet paper handy for your rectum impersonating Juju.

      Poloyatonki - 2011-06-21 14:33

      I am a monkey and so are you, welcome to the South African zoo!

      BLACKFRUIT - 2011-06-22 09:39

      Do you people know what polo is? LOL

      Simpiwe Cele - 2011-06-22 20:03

      You're ok Polo :)

  • John D - 2011-06-21 02:21

    I am really battling to distinguish any idealogical differences between the ANCYL and the AWB, they both espouse radical policy changes as well as promoting racial tension. Is a black racist any better than a white one? The sad thing is that Malema is making promises to the masses that he cant keep, there is absolutely no chance that he will make any difference to the living standards of the poor and the only beneficiaries from his proposed changes will be himself and his cronies. - 2011-06-21 08:29

      Yes, both are racist [ancyl and the awb]. Neither should exist if SA wants to progress to a future EQUAL for ALL!!! The awful thing is that malema seemingly has the power to act on his racist war talk and therein lies a VERY real danger. A gloomy scenario awaits SA when despots like malema has the following he has...........

      allie - 2011-06-22 09:50

      There is a big difference between the AWB and the ANCYL. The black youth supports the black ANCYL.The white people rejects the white AWB.

      AjaxFiko - 2011-06-28 12:58

      @ allie, I think the crust of the matter is their existence and implications, not their support base. AWB also has a fair number of support, as much as it can have. We (the youth) don't all support the youth league and what it stands for. I think News24 users should have a little faith in the abled thinkers and rational beings, things aren't always what they seem, it'll be evident in 2014, I promise you.

  • Pieter - 2011-06-21 03:24

    Julius Malema is Hendrik Verwoerd reincarnated as a black man.

      York Hunt - 2011-06-21 08:17

      @Piete. You don't know your history. Verwoerd may be hated (wrongfully I might add) just as much as Malema, but to say Malema is Verwoerd reincarnated just shows you're not very well read. Sorry. Do yourself a favour and go and objectively educate yourself a bit. Then re-assess your statement. - 2011-06-21 08:26

      AND Hitler reincarnated AND Idi Amin reincarnated.........ALL of them just plain evil!

      TheUgly - 2011-06-21 08:30

      Which explains why he's so pissed off for being black. Isn't the idea of reincarnation to come back as higher being?

      Pupuzela - 2011-06-21 08:44

      Oh, is Malema building schools and libraries for white kids?

      realist03 - 2011-06-21 10:36

      Fact,,,malema will take over,its inevitable,,the cp and other factions will revolt against malema,he will crush them and beat them into submission,,in the mean time malemas henchman will be evicting all whites from farms,,this is when all whites and any race,who want true democracy and freedom will have to move to the western cape,as they want to drive us to the sea where we came from,its been their policy since the 70s,,except thats where we will take our final stand and make the cape independent,,the international community will make sure this happens to avoid mass refugees flooding to holland and the UK,so what can i say ,arm yourselves and start moving south people,,the clock is ticking faster than imagined.good luck and be safe

      Pieter - 2011-06-21 10:53

      @York hunt. It's Piete(r). Regarding your comment; you are right, I don't know too much about Verwoerd, but I know the one very important thing, he's the FATHER OF APARTHEID. The reason we have a Malema, BEE, and all the other nonsense resulting from it; ultimately leading to white oppression and elimination of his own race, my race, from the country that I, and hopefully you, love. Verwoerd was the first divider; Malema is his second coming...

      White Oak - 2011-06-21 12:16

      Pieter, wrong again boet! HFV was NOT the father of apartheid.You should really follow York Hunt's advice and do some research before posting else your contibutions won't be valued as much as it deserves.

      Pieter - 2011-06-21 12:20

      @White Oak - Do you know what google is???

      York Hunt - 2011-06-21 12:23

      @Pieter. Go and have a look at Dingaan and how he murdered Piet Retief and the other peaceful settlers. Then you will understand why the Afrikaner had to "separate" white and black. THAT was the first divider! Malema is more like Josef Stalin reincarnated. And if you don't believe in reincarnation look at Van Riebeeck. He came back as coffee.

      Pieter - 2011-06-21 12:33

      @York Hunt - I have a question for you; if, whoever the father of apartheid was (according to white oak it's not ?Verwoerd?) [age old trait of shifting blame], never implemented the Apartheid policies do you think we, as white South Africans, whould've found ourselves in the same dilema we're currently finding ourselves in?

      TheUgly - 2011-06-21 12:43

      @York Hunt - I agree completely. White people just wanted to be safe. Which is why it was crucial to seperate the differing cultures at the time.

      York Hunt - 2011-06-21 13:04

      @Pieter. Honestly I can't tell you. Now if I comment, don't construe my comments as defending Apartheid. I'm not defending a system that denied basic human rights to people based simply on colour. That is unfair. Nevertheless, Apartheid allowed for self-determination. Yes, under apartheid, each of the 10+ ethnic groups had areas (many of them wealthy in natural resources and minerals) that they could develop and live in - without interference. But Malema, or the ANC for that matter, does not advocate self-determination. He really is pushing for something between Mugabe's internal lqand policy and Stalin's policy of collectivisation (wiki it). This policy does not have anybody's but the state's interest at heart. Whites in SA, not the NP government, voted to remove apartheid. We voted for equal rights. The idea was not to have apartheid in reverse (which is where we are headed very rapidly indeed). The idea was we could all get along with equal rights. Now 17 years on, unfortunately, it's obvious the only way the ANC can stay in power indefinitely is to disenfranchise minorities and foster racial division amongst South Africans of different colour. Did Apartheid cause the situation now? It may explain Malema's actions but it does not excuse them. Minorities in SA are living in perilous days indeed!

      White Oak - 2011-06-21 14:10

      Yes Pietertjie...Google is a controlled internet search engine and not a good research source.Same goes for wikipedia.You will not find one good thing on either of these 'sources' that have anything good to say about the white South African. You should really try some researched papers and published books to get a balanced view. This is not an attack on you, just some (un)wanted advice.

      Pokkel - 2011-06-21 16:20

      @York Hunt - Very good answer!

      umlaut - 2011-06-21 18:28

      sorry not possible-then baby brain would have had distinctions in all his subjects.

      afrdick - 2011-06-23 02:46

      Jou gat Pieter!

      WarPig - 2011-06-26 19:04

      No my son....HFV was an intelligent man.

  • NewsICON - 2011-06-21 03:25

    I think that this is a brilliant strategy being used by the ANC. The main body of the ANC appeals to the moderate citizen and may also appeal to the 'undecided' voter. The Youth League on the other hand appeals to the radical and even militant population. Come election time, both sections of the population vote ANC... SMART!!

      Gazza69 - 2011-06-21 11:53

      You hit the nail....!! The ANCYL keeps the black youth anti-white, because the current schooling is bringing the two together. ANC relies on votes from the past opressed. New generation youths growing up together are seeing past the colour barrier. This is not good for the ANC.....

      Jo - 2011-06-21 12:20

      I wonder how that works out for SA workers while investment dries up and skills vanish - both black and white skilled South Africans who have the qualifications to work in safer societies. I'm not sure how winning an election in a struggling country is a victory.

      Dee - 2011-06-21 14:22

      I say give the dog a longer lead. Let him bark all day about things he doesn't understand. Let him snarl, snap and growl at the neighbours. Let him urinate all over the gravestones of those who wrote the Freedom Charter. Sooner or later, his owners will realise that he's nothing but a lazy thinker. A fascist, backward racist with typical bully-boy bravado. They'll kick him out, along with all the others who tick the lazy thinker, fascist, backward racist blocks. Either that, or the thinking majority will leave him and his ilk in the ANC. Either way, that would mean that the rest of us can get on with solving the many problems we have, and start building a real future for everyone. Rainbow Nation can still happen, people. For now, let's just focus on keeping all the colours together...

      umlaut - 2011-06-21 18:46

      @newsicon@@--If so then the anc is playing a game to win all the time and not to rule for the prosperity of SA. So they are enjoying a sick evil joke every time the votes role in. In a way I do believe that eventually every evil will open up like a sore festered to its full ripeness and the anc will release its last stench before the world is rid of its existence. May the world be aware of the crap that they supported and may their end come soon.

  • Boleh - 2011-06-21 03:26

    Helen Zille tweeted this yesterday "I have rec'd a tweet tsunami re Julius Malema. My response is: don't worry. He will be a catalyst for the political re-alignment SA need". She may have a very good point...

      nvl - 2011-06-21 07:24

      the catalyst??...hmmm.. isn't that a linkin park song? Goes something like this... God bless us everyone We're a broken people living under loaded gun And it can't be outfought It can't be outdone It can't out matched It can't be outrun No ...Just a thought :)

  • PappaBear - 2011-06-21 04:31

    Shitole - a diploma?? You come on here bragging about a diploma?? Lol, get your degree and come back and try again....

  • Simpiwe Cele - 2011-06-21 05:21

    and the world is listening to this clown JuJu and assuming he speaks for the ANC leadership and their policies. Mr Zuma will I think know the meaning of "Et Tu Brute" soon

  • guytom - 2011-06-21 06:14

    Juliaas is a retard, the people that follow his rants are the same. Racist to the core

  • 106SA - 2011-06-21 06:18

    Malema saga???...too late for SA!!!!From now onwards it'll be hate;take;rape;'suip';and escape!!!

  • Mangena1 - 2011-06-21 06:39

    I don’t see anything wrong with Malema statement, he was just telling the truth. Why is organizations like AfriForum, FF always get angry when Malema wants to address issue that will benefit us equally. They are against all things like BEE,AA, land redistribution. You will never hear AfriForum, FF comment about things like the ill treatment that the farm workers are experiencing on daily basis. Where is the fairness in those right wing organisations? Every time when Malema touches such issues, they say that is racism. But when is racists like Steve Hofmeyr making comments, they he just expressing his feelings.

      Felix - 2011-06-21 08:18

      Same could be said for Verwoed. If you were racist yourself of course.

      Lab-Rat - 2011-06-21 08:39

      It couldn't be any further from the truth. You just like the idea of not having to work for anything in life.

  • KMK1 - 2011-06-21 06:42

    Malema speaks the truth. We have achieved a political freedom. we can freely associate and move around in our own country. Land reform is not negotiable. We still have the highest number of unemployed black graduates in South Africa. The government must revise their BBBEE policies and make them truly beneficial to blacks.

      Mangena1 - 2011-06-21 07:04

      @KMK1 : You are correct. At the moment im working at one biggest companies in South Africa but the white management is still doing as they whish. Recently they have brought some white interns with no qualifications in the IT department whereas there many black people with qualification sitting at home without any job.

      Felix - 2011-06-21 08:21

      Hey Mangena, does your company know you spend your time on chat forums instead of working? Try look at it like this, you want more blacks to have jobs. How is that any different from your company hiring whites, you are both thinking the same stagnated way. Wake up.

      Lab-Rat - 2011-06-21 08:51

      No, blacks must just start doing things for themselves, stop breeding so much and start educating themselves as a priority then you guy's wouldn't have the problem that you have. Stealing from people isn't the answer and won't make your life or your childrens life any better. All it's going to do is show the rest of the world that the anc is a criminal/racist organisation and that the majority of the people in this country are racist criminals who want to steal everything they have and never have to work for anything. It's thats how you want your fellow citizens and the rest of the world to see you, then so be it.

      apie - 2011-06-21 09:13

      You are in the majority by far. If you still do not have anything then YOU are doing something wrong. Shares in major companies are for blacks only, jobs are reserved for blacks only, bursaries are for blacks only. What more do you want? Maybe its time to blame yourself.

      IdiAmin - 2011-06-21 13:29

      the white lads commenting on this post Stop lying maan, @Lab-rat you say: "Stealing from people isn't the answer and won't make your life or your childrens life any better" your grandfathers stole first and look how well you turned out, who are you fooling? you people act all holly on us preaching about us being lazy and not wanting to do things for ourselves, what did ya'll do? you inherited huge sums of money from ur stealing parents, & u claim to have build this country, hell yeah you did with our moneys just remember that..

  • anti crime - 2011-06-21 06:42

    ANC has a hidden agenda...focus on malema and JZ is left to other shady dealings behind the screens...will a war break out sometime? i donno but surely whites will get fed up soon....what do u think?

      apie - 2011-06-21 09:15

      Yes, the whites are gatvot. The writing is on the wall for a civil war.

  • anti crime - 2011-06-21 06:43

    ANC has a hidden agenda...focus on malema and JZ is left to other shady dealings behind the screens...will a war break out sometime? i donno but surely whites will get fed up soon....what do u think?

  • Kevin - 2011-06-21 06:49

    The anc allows this disgusting creep to talk about the West who all give tens of millions of rands for aids to keep his flock alive. There are charitable organisations giving millions from Europe,Britain and America and then fat boy tells the flock to align themselves with African leaders like Mugabe.The anc cannot be such a bad government that it will allow this ar#e to run down the countries that give so much to the needy and doomed.Lets face it,if you have got aids ,one thing for sure is you are going to die. The medicine aid received extends the lives of these people,Perhaps they need to be more friendly to the WEST. The rest of Africa has only ever given us trouble,no aid

  • Fanie Joubert - 2011-06-21 06:54

    Racism in SA is stronger than before 94.

  • Kevin - 2011-06-21 06:57

    Is the anc's inability to stop fat boy's racist comments because of fear on Zoomer's side or is it because fat boy reflects there policy on racism? Let's see how the old toppies handle the middle aged ar#e

  • Ross - 2011-06-21 06:58

    We will drop the voting age to 16. Julius will be our next president.

  • marco - 2011-06-21 07:04

    Malema brings nothing intelligent to the political "table" whatsoever whe you listen to what he preaches and yet he gets all this attention from almost all of's major news bulletin.All he ever says is he is "standing up for the poor or fighting for the disadvantage",the Nationalisation garbage he keeps blurting out day in and day out of which he does not have a ****ing clue what and how the long term implications of such a move for the nation really will play out or what's really entail in it,his “war on policy shifts” whatever that means,his shoot the boer rhetoric now beng downplayed by News24 as not being meant the way it sounded K@K etc.He get's votes for the ANC I'll give him that much but that's all.Has anybody really make any headway as what he stands for this guy,really honestly?What are his policies?Is it to reduce everybody to poverty,and once we are all there,then there is going back is that what the ****er ultimately wants from all South Africans,black,white,coloured and indian?

  • WoodworkPh.D - 2011-06-21 07:08

    Yes the ANC created him. Deliberately

  • Vince.York - 2011-06-21 07:12

    Radio 702 political commentary recently identified this youth league has approximately 300,000 members! This minority group are seemingly dictating to the rest of 54 million people through simplistic populism as did Zuma. Any opposition is eradicated by coercion or alternatively bribery and largesse, or finally brutal death. This minority seemingly have never worked but are funded by the main political party and are completely unaccountable. It is clear, that this minority of 300,000 comprising the youth league are paid by the main party comprising 900,000 members, as part of a political agenda, or otherwise the funding would have been curtailed a long time ago and these few sent out to work amongst the youth as 'employed' youths. The recent cartoons of Heil Malema and this minority gang of 300,000 are a close parallel to the start of Hitler's Waffen SS (SchutzStaffel), and Mugabe's ragged land invaders and even back to the Apartheid youth leagues.

  • Jean - 2011-06-21 07:12

    It seems as if you all fail to see that what Malema sais is in fact ANC policy. It will be implemented if not stopped. I really hope to God above that something happens and this vermin that is Julias Malema get struck down and all his followers have a change of heart. We as South Africa do not need this kind of hate mongering.

      apie - 2011-06-21 09:18

      The anc will not change.

  • Bheki - 2011-06-21 07:13

    juju for presidant we will take back our sandton homes and nice cars and our mines all built with our sweat and our banks sjoe i cant wait hahahahah VIVA

      Pieter - 2011-06-21 07:55

      Hou jou Bheki!

      anita.nortje - 2011-06-21 08:46

      A lot of blood is going to be shed.... soon

      Lab-Rat - 2011-06-21 09:08

      You've probably never done an honest day's work in your life. You virus.

      Kleinjan - 2011-06-21 10:15

      Bheki, we designed it and you built it. why? Cause that's all you can do.

      Janine - 2011-06-21 23:01

      You do realise that houses have bonds that need to be paid back to the bank and that most cars are financed and also need to be paid on every month. If you "take back" your things who is going to pay for them? Not me, that's for sure!

  • tanyasmith21 - 2011-06-21 07:14

    Everyone can see this (How Malema is making a hell of a mess in this country), except the ANC!!

  • Zooma Lema - 2011-06-21 07:15

    This is 100% correct. What Malema says in public is what is going on in the minds of the majority of black people. They want, but they do not want to work. If they cannot get they want to steal, rape and murder. Not understanding it is the white mind and committment to hard work that vreates wealth. Luckily this monster will swallow himself. They call it greed.

      Molop - 2011-06-21 16:18

      you are indeed a piece of sh*t , you have an audacity to insult black people in that way , you white trach .

  • Daemos1 - 2011-06-21 07:16

    Shame on the media, they're as responsible as the ANC, Julius went from a punchline to a monster overnight thanks to press coverage.

  • AdolfHitler - 2011-06-21 07:16

    I think you should go and re-look all of what you said; a black man invented not one of those things. All was white; these blacks usually had just a small input in the whole invention. Please do yourself a favor and read more on all of what you said, Google it, Wikipedia it, check history books, Like I have, and you will understand and learn more about the world. And do your self another favor Copy and Paste this links one by one and watch the clip, maybe you will get more light in your life. Now they just want to go and steal everything the white man built so hard on for years and years, the thieves they are they just steal, and they are supported by the ANC and Police, because the ANC and Police are also practicing theft and robbery, crime and corruption, fraud and everything for a while now, and now they want every black man to follow in their footsteps stealing. A black man is to blind to see this and they are brain washed..........

  • Mnumzane - 2011-06-21 07:18

    Malema is here to help us get back what was rightfully ours. We claim to be the original citizens of this country but we do not own what is the basic commodity-Land. Black pple nee to own more land in this country than any other pple. Save us Malema because even Mandela failed to solve the land issue.

      Felix - 2011-06-21 08:26

      Ask your government, they already own most of the land. You idiots are so f***ing stupid.

  • Ten Ras - 2011-06-21 07:19

    Well the apartheid regime created him. I support Malema all the way

  • ZipZap - 2011-06-21 07:28

    Let this retard become your president. Watch this country fall further.... I wonder how many tax payers will leave if/when he gets voted by the sheepies into power... count 1 here.

  • muzuzsecond2 - 2011-06-21 07:30

    Viva Julius Viva!

  • York Hunt - 2011-06-21 07:33

    It IS ANC party policy!!! Not "it will look like party policy."

  • Bheki - 2011-06-21 07:37

    malema will rule longer than mugabe as he is just as grate and a true intelctual viva viva

      Lab-Rat - 2011-06-21 09:10

      ROFL - "true intelctual", just like yourself huh?

      Jan - 2011-06-21 09:24

      LOL! NO! he's a grate intelctual!!!

      Kleinjan - 2011-06-21 10:20

      Bheki, I should have flushed the toilet. How did you manage to get out?

  • gypsy - 2011-06-21 07:37

    The Real Witch.... Keep shouting it out Love. I signed the petition and will share to help spread it around. Greetings from the USA

  • Currie_Mafia - 2011-06-21 07:42

    Malema's political aspirations have been fuelled when Zuma became president. If Zuma can become president, then Malema feels he can also do the same.. In his cocoon of limited intelligence, anything is possible. The spineless serial groom JZ must agree with the kindergarten cr@p by not disciplining him. C'mon Tokyo, Cyril, Tito, Trevor and the other 'brains'...Stop This IDIOT, Now !!!

  • York Hunt - 2011-06-21 07:46

    What we have now with the ANC, is reverse racism. So all this is doing is polarising SA. But the ANC will NEVER allow Western Cape secession. Oh no. NEVER! Creating a homeland for the minorities in SA like Verwoerd did for the black minority WILL NEVER be allowed because the minorities in SA are the tax cash cows that support the majority, see? Now be good little cash cows and support all these social parasites!

  • vangraan - 2011-06-21 07:51

    does FF+ HAVE A Youth wing????? very strange news indeed, wonder what AWB will say next.