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I would die defending whites - Malema

2012-03-24 08:06

Pretoria - South Africa belongs to all who live it - was the message from suspended ANC Youth League president Julius Malema after receiving the Newsmaker of the Year 2011 award in Pretoria on Friday evening.

"You must never buy the story that we are anti-white and we want whites to be driven to the sea. This is your home, your country and it belongs to all of us," he said.

"I would die in defence of the white minority - they must enjoy the same rights as Africans. But when we say we must share, it doesn't mean we are fighting - we are actually protecting you," he said.

Malema praised the role played by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela in upholding democracy, saying she was in the ranks of "Charlotte Maxeke and Winnie Mandelas of this country".

"It doesn't matter if she investigates some of us. In the secret meetings when her integrity is attacked we are the first ones to defend her," said Malema.

"Public Protector, very soon I will be bringing a complaint to your office. The abuse of the state power - it looks like we are back to those years before Polokwane where those in power abused state institutions to further factional politics," said Malema.

Despite having turned down an earlier invitation to receive the award, Malema said he had not understood the importance of receiving the award.

"You cannot be awarded for being a revolutionary. There are no awards in a revolution, it doesn't matter who says what," said Malema.

He said the decision to honour the invite was taken after being advised about the possible death of the youth league.

Malema took a swipe at the NewAge newspaper for taking sides in "the factional politics of the ANC".

Comments
  • wernervh - 2012-03-24 08:11

    Wolf in sheep's clothing?

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 08:49

      Malema, you are welcome to die but please do not do so on my behalf because I for one do not need the protection of a corrupt little boy like you.

      Jason - 2012-03-24 08:59

      Guys dont panic its just a typo by news24, its supposed to read "Defeating"

      gouws2 - 2012-03-24 09:10

      Why don't you JUST die?

      Bambanani - 2012-03-24 09:25

      white people dont need to be defended they can defend themselves.

      Janice - 2012-03-24 09:36

      Ja Ja Ja Ja JA........

      Ian - 2012-03-24 09:40

      Ja, he must wipe his mouth every time he speaks to get the s==t off his lips!!!!

      goyougoodthing - 2012-03-24 10:06

      I want Julius to prove it. :-)

      chris.debeer1 - 2012-03-24 10:06

      Jip I remember him willing to Die for Zuma now him wants Zuma to die for him very confusing I would say

      annalette - 2012-03-24 10:43

      I was there. Malema definitely wasn’t so moderate. He also repeated his racist remarks about white males, accused whites of stealing everything and again pleaded for expropriation without compensation.

      Nicholas - 2012-03-24 12:05

      Chameleon that just cannot be trusted.

      Joanne - 2012-03-24 12:07

      Probably be more useful to everyone if he just SPOKE in favour of a functional non-racist SA. No-one has to die, but we are all just trying to live?

      Ina - 2012-03-24 13:33

      Yeah, like he would die defending Jacob Zuma a short while ago? He really has memory problems, and at his age too! Tsk,tsk. As if we need his protection anyway!

      Christelle - 2012-03-24 19:02

      Bawhahahahahahahaha! do you honestly think you are going to change your support from uneducated people(and you coffers full of money from you bribing allies) to the white electorate in South Africa. You are really more unrealistic than what I thought. Again bawhahahahahahahah

      Christelle - 2012-03-24 19:06

      As an after though - "kill the boer, kill the farmer" "But we would die defending the whites". What a lot of hogwash - defending the whites from WHAT? "kill the boer kill the farmer"??????????? "You come here with your white tendencies"??? This man is more mental than his buddy Robert Mugabe!

      Jessica - 2012-03-25 08:17

      ha ha he has so many heads and every mouth has a forked tongue

      aphane.monki - 2012-03-25 08:37

      I have not grouped all blacks together, but do think your backward thinking is more compatable with the failed policies of the Mugabe regime that a phenomenally inpressive (black) government of Botswana.Your ideology is based on one of African Nationalism and socialism which has failed in every single African country that tried it.And besides although I am very sorry about your suffering under apartheid I cannot help but be impressed by how successful Indians were under that system.And then I have seen black people who became world class doctors and intellectuals who also suffered under that system but made the best of their circumstances. If whites in this country are so evil, why are there millions of illegal immigrants from the rest of Africa that want to stay here? All I'm saying is that at some stage blaming others for your problems will solve no problems.Yes apartheid was wrong, but white companies are now spending billions on social development and enterprise development.White people pay their taxes, despite not getting top government jobs or RDP houses.The resources to build Africa's most prosperous nation is there.It's all up to you to grap the opportunity or to kill the goose that lays the golden egg.you can go the Botswana way or the Zim way.It's your choice.And you know what? I love this continent and will die here.Maybe not in South Africa, but Namibia,Botswana and Zambia (a country that has no problem importing white professionals,electing a white vice-president, and giving land to white farmers to produce food for a growing population) gives me hope that one day this continent can move forward instead of not progressing because it is stuck in bitterness of the past.One last example: In 1965 Kenia and South Korea had comparable per capita incomes.South Korea became a modern state within 20 years.They are producing quality cars and electronics today.It is therefore possible to become a wealthy modern state within one generation.It is up to you wheteher the next generation will also suffer by being focussed on the past or whether they will make this nation a winning nation focussed on the future....4rm emil....good thoughts

      Randomhero6661 - 2012-03-25 10:45

      @aphane well said lad... its all about forward thinking nowadays!

      Eduard - 2012-03-25 14:43

      this guy has a Schizophrenia disorder

      Christopher - 2012-03-26 11:46

      I would die defending whites..HAHAHAHAHAHahahahahahahahahahahaha. To the National Press Association...your reputation is mud!! would never want to win an award by some organization that has a hidden agenda...you are greedy headline grabbers thats all....there is no journalistic ethics in your organization....Bunch of sorry people!

      Foc - 2012-03-26 13:19

      How do you know when Malema is lying?? His lips move .....

      Rudi - 2012-03-27 08:58

      Then why don't you? Die - not defend whites.

  • masiagwala.a.mukololo - 2012-03-24 08:14

    lmfao new strategy?..........hekekekeke:......

      Grootrot - 2012-03-24 08:31

      It is not, he never said that he wanted to drive the whites into the sea, he sommer wanted to shoot them. Whites are African as well as per the definition of the AU, an African is anyone who calls AFrica home. I don't know exactly what he means with share. We share the same incompetent government, most of us pay our share to the taxman so that land restitution, to name one, can take place. Now let us see what Malema has for the Public Protector - all write down the date. If he does not, it will just add to his list of lies.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 08:56

      Sort the land issue later , lets start with the biggest FISH of them all; controls on minerals exported from RSA and the moneys from these sales remaining in this economy. Who is the richest man in African, suppose it comes as no surprise as to his ethnicity and his position, The CEO of de Beers (Custodian of old RSA values). Look at the first ten on the list, seems to be a familiar thread here...http://www.therichest.org/nation/richest-people-in-south-africa/...

      Francois - 2012-03-24 09:18

      bluzulu, very interesting point. Firstly the mineral resources of SA has been nationalised already. The mine that mine them have not, but all minerals belong to the state. You must have heard of new order rights - those are to apply or the right to mine the state's minerals. Then don't go to the wealth of the Oppenheimers, you will then need to answer questions on why the indigenous people of SA were not mining the gold and the diamonds when Cecil John Rhodes came here - and you don't actually want to.

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 09:23

      Bluzulu, Lets start with protecting white farmers.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 09:35

      If that's your first priority in RSA, Thank all that's good , you are not in government.

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 09:40

      Bluzule: The richest man in Africa is Aliko Dongate from Nigeria and he happens to be black :..Forbes 2011, He is just a cement Guy. So ?

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 09:45

      Bluzulu, I do not agree with most of the things you say but you make a very valid point when stating that the money from the sales of South African minerals must stay in the country.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 10:20

      Where is my Azanian Bro?

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 14:09

      Geez, A woman with the mouth of a Sailor. Show some class asseblief

      Johnathon - 2012-03-25 11:07

      Apliane Monki for SA's new President. I fine person who can truly think intelligently and logically. With time, let’s hope all South Africans of all colour, can think as positively as you. Viva Rainbow Nation. By the way, please will Julius be so kind as to tell us the day and time when he intends to die, so that we can all prepare for a wild party of dancing, singing, and merriment.

      John - 2012-04-02 07:54

      @bluzulu. You were wondering where your Azanian Bro is, Last i heard he was applying for a NZ work permit, he heard you were having some problems with some of the sheep in your harem.

  • Vic - 2012-03-24 08:14

    He now stands a chance of winning " JOKE OF THE YEAR" as well!!Won't be long before he is back to the same arrogant Malema!

      Louise - 2012-03-26 19:49

      Don't believe a word he says - trying to soft-soap us now that his own people are shunning him. We'd be fools to even listen to the web he's attempting to weave ... HA!

  • karen.inward - 2012-03-24 08:15

    Chameleon & comedian, Juju never disappoints.

      SaintBruce - 2012-03-24 14:02

      Sounds like FORKED TONGUE spoke here again! Maybe take out the negatives: "You must [never] buy the story that we are anti-white and we want whites to be driven to the sea." To even utter that line is incredulous! It has to come from a mind that THINKS exactly that way (with the never removed) in the first place. Who does this person think he is trying to fool? He is a rebel. He has not repented of his ways to his Masters, so he will face the consequences. Do not be fooled folks. This is the mark of desperation and he NEEDS approval from a new group. Will you give it to him or not? I won't.

  • Kolobe - 2012-03-24 08:16

    vital statement not mentioned.."if u have 1000 hectares of land, give us 800 hectares and we will be happy!"

      mariuskowie - 2012-03-24 08:23

      I am white and I don't own any land. Am I allowed to partake in the 800 hectares or am I excluded because I am white?

      Kolobe - 2012-03-24 08:32

      do you fall under the previously/somewhat currently disadvantaged?thats the criteria

      Francois - 2012-03-24 08:40

      Kolobe, what you are referring to is not sharing, it is a handout. Even if you owe 80% of the land, it will not necessarily mean that you will be happy, I think that Zim, Mozambique and Angola are good examples of almost 100% ownership that did not translate into happiness. The constitution of the country states 30% needs to be reformed and for that everyone pays taxes. If the government cannot effectively manage the resources, for example buying submarines, vote them out, get a party into parliament that will have enough votes to change the constitution and then take the 80%. Until then, stop bitching on the website.

      mariuskowie - 2012-03-24 08:53

      Kolobe, I am currently disadvantaged. I am excluded to partake in a large portion of the economy. For example the IEC's supplier auction only includes one criteria. That is you have to be PDI to be eligible. If I dare buy land now, you immediately want to take 80% of that land from me because I am white. I have never owned land in my life and because of your "criteria" I am effectively excluded from owning land. The whites who do own land is systematically being executed in the most gruesome methods imaginable. Very soon, at the rate of the executions, you will have your wish of 800 Ha to the 1000 Ha. But your demand is 800 Ha to the 1000 Ha from every white farmer. That is racist revenge based camouflaged as "previously/somewhat currently disadvantaged" Kolebe, are you member of some Black Supremacist movement? Or are you just revengeful? Or are you just greedy? Or are you all the above?

      Sharon - 2012-03-24 08:55

      Can you also split the bank loans proportionately? Say I own 1000ha, but have a loan on the property of 1m, so I keep 200ha, and R 200 000 of the loan, and give the 800ha away, coupled with the R 800 000 balance of the loan. Surely he must have thought about that! Is that why he also wants to nationalise the banks, I wonder?

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 09:26

      many generations gaining wealth while standing on our shoulders does not count. If yous had Played fair,it would have fairly gained however the game was rigged and therefore NULL & VOID. I keep seeing this nonsense regarding who built this nation, unfortunately here too, we were not given the opportunity to build this country so don't moan about the situation. If we were given the opportunity and refused then yous have a foot to stand on nevertheless this discussion fails at that point. We had to fight for the right to be full citizens in our own country.

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 09:27

      The are whites who were also excluded by their former white Government. I think all the farms should be given to Whites 95% of them, simply because We blacks are terrible at farming. Farming is something that whites do with a passion, it is in their blood.

      Anthony - 2012-03-24 09:29

      kolobe --do u see how well ur brothers are behaving in Mali --must make u so proud to be an african

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 09:33

      @ Templeton, You are allowed your skewed observation however most in RSA would not agree

      Francois - 2012-03-24 09:46

      Bluzulu, before we go on with this (I told you not to go there, what in your definition is "fair" -please define it for us? Then please tell us how the game was rigged? Then please tell us how the people that you are representing allowed other to stand on their shoulders. Then once you have answered that, take into account that SA has a new constitution that was in essence a negotiated settlement that had written in it ways to deal with the injustices of the past - And YES sure there were great injustices. The fact is, we have a programme called the constitution, keep with it.

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 09:56

      Bluezulu: Do we have any black Agriculturalist Graduates? Yes Maybe a few, ask them, why farming ? Answer, artificial incemination. Why? Answer: we want to grow faster, sell and be rich.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 09:57

      @ Francois;Lets see; Started with Cecil John Rhodes legislating the "Glen grey act " in 1890 Then RSA progressed to Apartheid, Two of many facts Francois, Did you not learn RSA history or did you get the indoctrinated version?

      Frank - 2012-03-24 10:09

      im of british descent,im still waiting for compensation from the vikings...

      Francois - 2012-03-24 10:28

      bluzulu, do you want to tell me that the game was rigged in 1890? Sure. Please state for everyone on this page: The following: Who invented the beneficiation of gold so that one can extract large quantites of it like it was done in the Witwatersrand - you need to state the name of the African chief? Who invented gunpowder and guns? Who fought against British imperialism along with a lot of blacks in 1899 to 1902? If Africa was so aware of its moral rights and so well advanced, why did they allow other to stand on their shoulders? You need to answer these. Then 1996 ( more than a 100 years later) there is a new constitution that aims to right the wrongs, but there was a line in history 1913 - otherwise, my maternal grandfather would have retired rich as the Brits took his father's farm and business. The fact is, most of the people in SA want to live in piece and harmony. The pillars of that piece is the articles of the 1996 constitution that was accepted by more than 80% of the people of SA. It the responsibility of government to keep to that constitution and see to it that it is implemented, it does not help for anyone to demand anything else - we don't want another war.

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 11:01

      BluZulu:.. You are correct. Farmers must not forget to treat their Employees as Human, They are no longer Die Bass they are the bosses. Improve the working conditions and pay those poor people.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 11:20

      @Generaal, Think first, My forefathers were grabbed as Slaves in India and brought here by the Colonist a Slaves, Here again it speaks to the mental state of the colonist who treated us as collateral rather than human beings. people were just thrown onto ships and families never saw them again. Don't confuse this topic with other issues that you have an issue with. All I will call you is INDOCTRINATED.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 11:25

      It's Mr. Vinesh Naidoo to you, Mate. Remove the unfounded hatred in your heart like your good book says and your eyes would open to the real issues or does the good book only apply to some sections of RSA?

      Luviwe - 2012-03-24 11:58

      @Bluzulu, don't forget that this country was built by the sweat and blood of our forefathers that were exploited by the system.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 12:08

      Yes mate, I can never forget we were all in the same boat all US BLACKS.

      Ron - 2012-03-24 13:27

      Kolobe, all Whites are "currently disadvantaged"!

      Wim - 2012-03-24 13:33

      Mr Naidoo alias bluezulu, you are embellishing the facts about your forefathers alleged slavery. They came as indentured servants because their contract of debt etc. were sold by fellow Indians to a Indian labour brokers. If you were so oppressed why didn't you return to the paradise that is India, when offered free passage back by the NP government. Your knowledge of history appears to be somewhat warped. There was a time when the Boere saved your parents and grandparents from the hands of the Zulus when they were dragged from under their beds. Next time the Boere won't be there, but hopefully you will be, so that you can stand to account for the exploitation, of what your Guru, Ghandi, described as "stinking savages".

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 14:17

      @ Wim, you have your indoctrinated version and we have the facts. Please why would the English enter into contracts with their slaves. Please install some form of common sense when relaying Historical facts.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 14:24

      @ Alicia, Cecil did this on request of the Queen not the zKing as none existed at the time (Fault 1). Ever heard of the Phenomenon called the "Race for Africa". The Dutch , Portuguese , English and French were competitors in this race of GREED. It didn't matter which Indigenous culture stood in their way. This was the first mistake by Colonists, whatever issues were produced from this injustice are the fault of the Colonist. we can not forget History to ensure the same mistakes are not repeated. We are not blaming however we want some to recognize the error of their ways and then we can move on,

      Wim - 2012-03-24 15:38

      @ bluezulu. No you don't have facts, all you have is your black victim b.s. Slavery was abolished long before the 1st Indians came to SA. What are you doing in New Zealand anyway. Why aren't you building Makula/Zulu brotherhood in Durban or playing the oppressed slave in Pakistan?

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 16:19

      @ Wim, Now that you have indoctrinated yourself with Lies so you may live in your dream world accepting your forefathers behaviour , you want me to buy into it, Don't be a fool. We (Blacks) were all disenfranchised any way you slice this. Accept, Apologize and move on with Life lessons learnt.

      peter.nyatoo - 2012-03-24 18:02

      I cannot claim to be conversant with the History of SA as Mr Naidoo clearly believes he is.One point from his last comment seems to suggest that the descendants of the colonialists must apologise for the acts of their forefathers on blacks,indians, etc.He seems convinced that only an apology wld make the previously oppressed stand up and start improving themselves.Mr Naidoo seems to be still attached to the shackles of yesteryears.I believe it is only when we blacks decide not to cling on and continuosly blame the old way of things will we begin to economically and socially free ourselves.We seem to want to get everything handed down to us.We must be ready to break sweat in order to improve our lot in this country.

      peter.nyatoo - 2012-03-24 18:02

      I cannot claim to be conversant with the History of SA as Mr Naidoo clearly believes he is.One point from his last comment seems to suggest that the descendants of the colonialists must apologise for the acts of their forefathers on blacks,indians, etc.He seems convinced that only an apology wld make the previously oppressed stand up and start improving themselves.Mr Naidoo seems to be still attached to the shackles of yesteryears.I believe it is only when we blacks decide not to cling on and continuosly blame the old way of things will we begin to economically and socially free ourselves.We seem to want to get everything handed down to us.We must be ready to break sweat in order to improve our lot in this country.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 19:16

      @ Peter ,you are correct. I have lost it and been drawn in. Thank you for showing me the error of my way. Anyway this is all I really wanted to say; I am not oversensitive however many post here disparage our struggle and belittle our fallen heroes. This really gets my blood boiling cos' we had the Truth and reconciliation council to ensure African Euros were made aware of what their Government was up to all those years in Power yet it has made no difference. It seems many here stand on fake pedestals advocating the good of Apartheid..We built RSA,however we were allowed to participate ( believe me we wanted to) Listen there was NO good here. As you can see , I have two girls that are my life, Just image hearing about you kids being dismembered and left in drums of acid to dissolve the evidence. CAN you please imagine a Mom hearing this? Fortunately I have not lost a family member in the struggle however our family home's front door was kicked down enough times that eventually we use to nailed it shut front the inside as it was expensive replacing frames on a monthly basis. I wish we could go back in time and build this country shoulder to shoulder instead of the way history dictated what really happened. What we can do is accept (Not condone) the wrongs of the past and move on however some here aren't ready for that cos' it would be a shame. Hopefully yous are a small percentage , I suppose it's good that only a 100 folk turned up for Col. Visagie's meet and greet.

      aphane.monki - 2012-03-25 08:54

      .I have not grouped all blacks together, but do think your backward thinking is more compatable with the failed policies of the Mugabe regime that a phenomenally inpressive (black) government of Botswana.Your ideology is based on one of African Nationalism and socialism which has failed in every single African country that tried it.And besides although I am very sorry about your suffering under apartheid I cannot help but be impressed by how successful Indians were under that system.And then I have seen black people who became world class doctors and intellectuals who also suffered under that system but made the best of their circumstances. If whites in this country are so evil, why are there millions of illegal immigrants from the rest of Africa that want to stay here? All I'm saying is that at some stage blaming others for your problems will solve no problems.Yes apartheid was wrong, but white companies are now spending billions on social development and enterprise development.White people pay their taxes, despite not getting top government jobs or RDP houses.The resources to build Africa's most prosperous nation is there.It's all up to you to grap the opportunity or to kill the goose that lays the golden egg.you can go the Botswana way or the Zim way.It's your choice.And you know what? I love this continent and will die here.Maybe not in South Africa, but Namibia,Botswana and Zambia (a country that has no problem importing white professionals,electing a white vice-president, and giving land to white farmers to produce food for a growing population) gives me hope that one day this continent can move forward instead of not progressing because it is stuck in bitterness of the past.One last example: In 1965 Kenia and South Korea had comparable per capita incomes.South Korea became a modern state within 20 years.They are producing quality cars and electronics today.It is therefore possible to become a wealthy modern state within one generation.It is up to you wheteher the next generation will also suffer by being focussed on the past or whether they will make this nation a winning nation focussed on the future....4rom emil....beautiful minds

      riekert.johann - 2012-03-26 22:37

      and on that 800 h you would only breed more criminals instead of mielies. then you would go back to the boer and beg for food

      Raymond - 2012-03-27 08:25

      bluzulu, you're Indian, not black. Why do you live in New Zealand?

      John - 2012-04-02 08:54

      Kolobe, what would you do with 800 hectares? You do bugger all with the land you got. Suppose you would plant a lot of bushes so that you don't have to dump in the same place twice.

  • Zeezoh - 2012-03-24 08:18

    malemas alwayz thicks we are all stupid, and Yes, he thinks he is the clever one. Julius you ur down, pls stay der!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Karoo - 2012-03-24 08:19

    He he now I have heard it all! What is his strategy? I am scared...very scared!

      johannes.p.bezuidenhout1 - 2012-03-24 08:25

      Don't be scared man. Some secret force will remove him sooner or later.

      Adam - 2012-03-24 08:32

      He is still working for the anc and putting their new strategy forward...it is all smoke and mirrors, even his expulsion. malema is zumas tea-boy.

  • Jean - 2012-03-24 08:20

    WOW, he is desperate to save his career!!!

  • Wesley - 2012-03-24 08:23

    The newsmaker of the year party was the best this year, I think Juju was out of his bracket. Storm dronk

  • Ben - 2012-03-24 08:25

    Give the man a break. Maybe he saw the light. Maybe he is growing up. After all he says he is behind Madonsela as well.

      Ben - 2012-03-24 08:50

      Remember there is some good in every person. If he realises the whites are not the enemy, he will have a better chance to identify the real enemy and fight it.

      Luntu Mindhunter Ndiki - 2012-03-24 08:51

      whites will alwaiz b whites n blacks will alwaiz b blacks..... let us nt fool ourselves

      Ben - 2012-03-24 09:14

      Luntu, it is what is inside that matters to me, not skin colour. I do not hate anyone, but I surely despise racism.

      Anthony - 2012-03-24 09:32

      ndiki --you are so correct --do u see how well yr brothers are behaving in Mali --must make u so proud to be black --as YOU say

      Bryan - 2012-03-24 09:52

      Just like maggots crawling out of the rubbish bin in your kitchen, they head for the strongest light source too. Only thing is they have more intelligence.

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 10:04

      Maybe JM has changed his mind, if he can address the issue of farm killings, we are waiting.

      Christelle - 2012-03-24 21:21

      Templeton, where do you come from:-) You remind me of my friend who is constantly in trouble - a young guy called Vusi..........I wonder whether you get as much flack as what he does:-))

      Grant - 2012-03-25 16:51

      Ben, Malema is 31 years. Just when will he grow up? Bear in mind the life expectanct for a SA male is 54 so unless we ship him off to Robin Island for 27 years so he can escape a life of debauchery we only need to put up with him for another 20 odd years.

  • Wiehann - 2012-03-24 08:30

    I don't trust any word of what he said.

      svrutherford - 2012-03-24 08:34

      LMAO now that was the first step towards getting the award in 2012 as well!!!

  • Adil Smit - 2012-03-24 08:31

    Is it the 1st of April?

  • Frans Van der Poll - 2012-03-24 08:36

    This doesn't sound good people. Start running - black guy speak with forked tongue.

  • rudi.groenewald - 2012-03-24 08:36

    Double standards...

  • Sean.Nefdt - 2012-03-24 08:38

    He does make a valid point , that you are an African if you are born in Africa irrespective if you Black , White , Brown or Pink,and for the many following him , hope this sinks in.

      Anne-Marie - 2012-03-24 09:10

      It would be a valid point, if he actually meant a word of it. His comments are a last ditch attempt by his pr team to save him. The guy is a fool!!

  • Karien - 2012-03-24 08:38

    Well, he is a clown so this must be a joke?????

  • Hugo - 2012-03-24 08:43

    ofcourse you would Juju we all know that.

  • BeatItOff - 2012-03-24 08:44

    Ha ha ha... iMedia sometimes... LOL There's no way Julius would spew this garbage.. Probably just some lilly white journalist, who came up with this. Parody

      dmkize - 2012-03-24 19:32

      No no no!!! Juju! what happened to u?

      riekert.johann - 2012-03-26 22:28

      BeatItOff can you also please go mow the lawn and please don't drink out of the cups.

  • Tian - 2012-03-24 08:51

    Can a leopard change its spots... You have to be stupid to believe this... A snake if you've ever seen one...

  • marz.smith - 2012-03-24 08:53

    Whahaahahaha, can you believe this mamparra ? This guy just dont know how to give up. How can you trust this man ?

  • Ronnie - 2012-03-24 08:54

    Come on people why do you always thnk that Malema is going to kill whites by singing a song, who has he killed please stop suffering frm a mind of a rat. You whites hav a special place in our hearts and we hav a lot to learn frm each other, Malema is entitled to hs own opinion just lyk any of us commenting on ths matter and it is ur ryt to do so! The main problem is nt white people per se the problem is the capitalists and their devisive tendancies, thngs lyk paying a white person mre for doing the same job as an african, closing white females on the owtsyd; what they must only teacherz and nt become ceos of companies?

      Gary - 2012-03-26 09:24

      It's funny that "us whites" shouldn't be upset by the singing of a song - in other words, you're saying that words are not that significant, but rather actions. however, when Helen Zille calls those who left the Eastern Cape "refugees", the "blacks" are up in arms over just how powerful words are. You need a) to choose a perspective and stick with it and b) learn how to write coherently.

  • Nicki.Labuschagne - 2012-03-24 08:54

    Put your money where your mouth is. How about taking the bullet at the next farm murder?

  • Ronnie - 2012-03-24 08:54

    Come on people why do you always thnk that Malema is going to kill whites by singing a song, who has he killed please stop suffering frm a mind of a rat. You whites hav a special place in our hearts and we hav a lot to learn frm each other, Malema is entitled to hs own opinion just lyk any of us commenting on ths matter and it is ur ryt to do so! The main problem is nt white people per se the problem is the capitalists and their devisive tendancies, thngs lyk paying a white person mre for doing the same job as an african, closing white females on the owtsyd; what they must only teacherz and nt become ceos of companies?

  • Ronnie - 2012-03-24 08:54

    Come on people why do you always thnk that Malema is going to kill whites by singing a song, who has he killed please stop suffering frm a mind of a rat. You whites hav a special place in our hearts and we hav a lot to learn frm each other, Malema is entitled to hs own opinion just lyk any of us commenting on ths matter and it is ur ryt to do so! The main problem is nt white people per se the problem is the capitalists and their devisive tendancies, thngs lyk paying a white person mre for doing the same job as an african, closing white females on the owtsyd; what they must only teacherz and nt become ceos of companies?

  • bluzulu - 2012-03-24 08:55

    Sort the land issue later , lets start with the biggest FISH of them all; controls on minerals exported from RSA and the moneys from these sales remaining in this economy. Who is the richest man in African, suppose it comes as no surprise as to his ethnicity and his position, The CEO of de Beers (Custodian of old RSA values). Look at the first ten on the list, seems to be a familiar thread here...http://www.therichest.org/nation/richest-people-in-south-africa/...

      Emil - 2012-03-24 09:06

      You oversimplify things.Wealth you refer to includes shares build up over several generations-which is why you will not even get many Afrikaners on that list.The overwhelming majority of Whites do not have such family connections and have to work for their money just like you. Hating the wealthy would get you and your people nowhere.They pay their taxes.You can build houses,schools and hospitals with that tax income that would enable a new generation of blacks to create wealth for rthemselves OR you can have parties,parties,parties costing hundreds of millions of rands whilst the people suffer-and that cannot be blamed on the rich.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 09:21

      @ Emil, many generations gaining wealth while standing on our shoulders does not count. Play fair and it is fairly given however the game was rigged and therefore NULL & VOID. I keep seeing this nonsense regarding who built this nation, unfortunately here to we were not given the opportunity to build this country so don't moan about the situation. If we were given the opportunity and refused then yous have a foot to stand on nevertheless this discussion fails at that point. We had to fight for the right to be full citizens in our own country.

      Anne-Marie - 2012-03-24 09:27

      You seem to forget that the British government gave 3 million pounds to the boers at the beginning of the 1900's. This was invested in the roads you protest on each day, the schools you destroy each day and the buildings that you rename as your own each day. Where would you be without white investment. #history obviously does not make up the 30% matric pass rate

      Emil - 2012-03-24 09:35

      No you don't understand the point.You can either kill the wealthy,take their wealth and then you can forget about foreign investment or you can use their tax income to improve the lives of your people.I'm not going to argue about who built this country-as that is often a very emotional and subjective matter.The point is we have the resources to improve the lives of our people.Nationalisation has FAILED in each and every country that wanted a quick-fix solution to disparities.The only solution is a responsible government creating opportunities for a new generation.Moaning about 9% of the population's wealth cannot possibly create wealth for the other 91% irrespective of how unfair it may be.In the US 50% of billionares are jews and they are only about 2% of the US population.Do you see Irish Americans complain about it?No.Because that's the way it is and every American has am opportunity to make it in life through hard work.

      Anthony - 2012-03-24 09:38

      bluzulu--do u see how well your brothers are behaving in Mali --must make u so proud to be african hey --i wonder what the top ten list in mali looks like --just a question

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 10:05

      @ Emil, We call it the re-distribution of unfairly gained Wealth on the backs and blood of Africans,

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 10:06

      Where is my Azanian Bro?

      Emil - 2012-03-24 10:33

      Yes continue with your "redistribution"...interesting that they tried that in Zimbabwe and now millions of Zimbabweans are in this country to share in YOUR redistribution.It would also be interesting to see how the wealth of 9% of the population will create enormous wealth for the other 91%...It seems African Economics and arithmatic 101 can create wealth by suddenly increasing it by 10 times.Do yourself a favour and visit Botswana.Yes that country whose president was insulted by Malema.Try to find out why their GDP per capita income is 60% higher than that of South Africa (no whites are not a greater percentage of their population).They have moved beyond an ideology of "redistribution from whites to a few wealthy blacks" and started to build a country focussed on the future not the past.Which model is rhe ideal one for SA the Zim one or the Botswana one?

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 10:37

      RSA is not Zim, It's amazing how blacks are all grouped together when one does something wrong....THINK Siblings in the same family with the same genes from their parents are different people.....See the facts

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 10:51

      ZULU: We are heading the Zim way, even Zim's economy is starting to boom. Mugabe refuses to be controlled by the likes G8 and the World bank. Where do you think we got the R1.06Trillion, it could be a loan and how are we going to repay? i am telling you we are gonna see trillionairs come this financial year.

      Emil - 2012-03-24 11:47

      Bluzulu, you are oversensitive.I have not grouped all blacks together, but do think your backward thinking is more compatable with the failed policies of the Mugabe regime that a phenomenally inpressive (black) government of Botswana.Your ideology is based on one of African Nationalism and socialism which has failed in every single African country that tried it.And besides although I am very sorry about your suffering under apartheid I cannot help but be impressed by how successful Indians were under that system.And then I have seen black people who became world class doctors and intellectuals who also suffered under that system but made the best of their circumstances. If whites in this country are so evil, why are there millions of illegal immigrants from the rest of Africa that want to stay here? All I'm saying is that at some stage blaming others for your problems will solve no problems.Yes apartheid was wrong, but white companies are now spending billions on social development and enterprise development.White people pay their taxes, despite not getting top government jobs or RDP houses.The resources to build Africa's most prosperous nation is there.It's all up to you to grap the opportunity or to kill the goose that lays the golden egg.you can go the Botswana way or the Zim way.It's your choice.And you know what? I love this continent and will die here.Maybe not in South Africa, but Namibia,Botswana and Zambia (a country that has no problem importing white professionals,electing a white vice-president, and giving land to white farmers to produce food for a growing population) gives me hope that one day this continent can move forward instead of not progressing because it is stuck in bitterness of the past.One last example: In 1965 Kenia and South Korea had comparable per capita incomes.South Korea became a modern state within 20 years.They are producing quality cars and electronics today.It is therefore possible to become a wealthy modern state within one generation.It is up to you wheteher the next generation will also suffer by being focussed on the past or whether they will make this nation a winning nation focussed on the future..

      Anne-Marie - 2012-03-24 11:48

      @bluzulu: blacks are grouped together because that is the way the blacks request it. Same as black people don't refer to whites as British or Italian or German... Just whites # becarefulwhatyouwishfor. Oh and by the way, there would be many black people on the rich list if only we could find out exactly where they had embezzled the money and how much

      Anne-Marie - 2012-03-24 11:48

      @bluzulu: blacks are grouped together because that is the way the blacks request it. Same as black people don't refer to whites as British or Italian or German... Just whites # becarefulwhatyouwishfor. Oh and by the way, there would be many black people on the rich list if only we could find out exactly where they had embezzled the money and how much

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 11:58

      I am not oversensitive however many post here disparage our struggle and belittle our fallen heroes. This really gets my blood boiling cos' we had the Truth and reconciliation council to ensure African Euros were made aware of what their Government was up to all those years in Power yet it has made no difference. It seems many here stand on fake pedestals advocating the good of Apartheid.. Listen there was NO good here. As you can see , I have two girls that are my life, Just image hearing about you kids being dismembered and left in drums of acid to dissolve the evidence. CAN you please imagine a Mom hearing this? I wish we could go back in time and build this country shoulder to shoulder instead of the way history dictated what really happened. Live in Africa as Africans first then life would be clearer.

      Emil - 2012-03-24 12:59

      Look bluzulu, the TRC exposed a lot while I was in High School.Some things really shocked me, and I felt so ashamed that at the start of my promary school career I had to be indoctrinated into a system of Chritian National Education.But on the other hand, my dad worked in black hospitals and could tell many horror stories of blacks being necklaced by the ANC.I remember the horror when I was in Standard 6 and saw on TV how APLA has attacked a multiracial church (I think it was the St James masacre) I remember how PAC youths killed a white lady Amy Beal(?) in 1993.The point being that in war there are no good side and bad side.Gross Human Rights violations in time of war is a fact, on all sides. Apartheid was wrong, but we were brainwashed to believe that that is what is needed to protect our western way of life.We were brainwashed to believe that every "nation" should govern itself, and should develop in its own way.Now on paper that looks like a wonderful ideology.I remember in 1984 a black man working for my grandmother came to her house after being beaten by the police.It upset me terribly, I knew something was not right, but I was to little to understand. Then in 1994 things changed, and I was proud and relieved about the miracle that unfolded before our eyes.For the first time in history a dramatic revolution has taken place in a peaceful democratic way.Mandela delivered a speech during his inauguraztion-partly in Afrikaans where he said "Laat ons die verlede vergeet"

      Emil - 2012-03-24 13:14

      It is much easier to forget, than to remember that you belong to the "bad people"...It is difficult,but whether you like it or not, whites are a TINY AND SHRINKING minority.We CANNOT uplift the overwhelming majority through our "wealth".We must create new wealth to uplift all our people, and the wealth of 9% cannot take 100% forward.MAYBE IT IS UNFAIR AND UNJUST, the point is a minority cannot uplift a majority.If whites were 91% of the population and blacks 9% and every white could pay R10000 a year for ten years in order to redistribute the wealth it would have been easier for all of us.But all we can do now is accept that this country has serious problems.And we must find a way to take hands so that the ship does not sink.Our country has brilliant white engineers in their 60's that can help with math education so that we can create a new generation of black kids who have opportunities to be anything in life, but first we must stop hating, stop living in the past and start looking at the future.I had a great-grandmother who as a kid survived an English concentration camp.At some stage in her life she decided that hating the English for burning their farm,and raping her mother is not going to make life better.Her children were never taught to hate English people, and lived together with English people in peace and harmony.I do not want to be sorry for being White for the rest of my life.My grandmother was a lovely person despite believing in the NP.We were brainwashed.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 14:35

      @ Emil, I totally understand that there are good people of all cultures continuing the good work of building RSA. I myself as a Civil engineer will return to my home once I have completed my responsibilities to my girls. You seem like a reasonable person, just for second put yourself in our shoes and our struggle and have to read some of the ridiculously callous statements posted here. I have disgust for these people and not all African Euro's. Many such as yourself are doing a sterling job at building our Economy . We love our AfroEuro Brothers and lets not forget the Sisters as well.

      Hugo - 2012-03-24 14:51

      Dankie Bluzulu

      Emil - 2012-03-24 15:42

      People get emotional when confronted with what can be perceived as racism.We should all be careful what we say and how we say it. I will never know what it feels like to be oppressed under apartheid, and I cannot even try to understand it.I believe I have done nothing wrong,and cannot be blamed for the wrongs of the past. One should honour your heroes but also honour people who were your enemies for what they have done to reach out to the other side and reconcile.Capitalism is a game that is not always if ever played on a level field.But oversimplifying its shortcomings in terms of race stirs sore emotions.It would be like me making a statement that Jews are more dishonest than Afrikaners because they have more wealth,despite never having had political power.As a persom of Indian descent you should know that what Idi Amin did was wrong,and that stirring the same emotions here is also wrong as it may lead to a similar situation here. Capitalism is not fair,but at the moment there is no alternative to it,but simply trying to be more humane,and to reach out to others so that more people can enjoy its fruits.Our concern should not be what the race of the Oppenheimers are,they were a family who were at the right place at the right time.Rather focus on what opportunities we can create for all South Africans to have a decent standard of living, and access to decent basic education.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 16:26

      You see heres my issue....It ain't "your heroes" It is our heroes (you and me, Black and white) These freedom fighters brought democracy to ALL South Africans, not just Black South Africans. Mr. Oppenheimer and friends of his Ilk will get whats coming to them,Peace out.

      Emil - 2012-03-24 23:24

      I am sorry, but I don't easily see a person as a hero.Standing up for your rights and fighting for the rights of others does not make you a hero.It should merely be seen as an essential part of being human.The way some of these "heroes" have turned out proves that in many cases they worked primarily for their own interests.A hero makes sacrifices for others not eventual personal gain. But there are also true heroes.And yes they are from all races and all political persuasions.FW is a hero.Constand Viljoen (ff) is a hero.But Nelson Mandela and Buthelezi are heroes too.Albert Luthuli and Gandhi were heroes in their time but Jan Smuts(their opponent) was a hero and statesman too within the context of that time.all heroes from all groups must get equal recognition.Even the fact that the late Eugene Terreblance said that his best friend in jail was a Tshwana man and that he changed should get recognition and illustrate that sometimes even the people from whom you expect it the least can show rumourse and must be given another opportunity to change things for the better. Paul Kruger was a South African hero, but Shaka was one too,and I think all south africans of all races can appreciate the qualities of both.

      Felix - 2012-03-26 08:57

      Scumbag bluzulu, accuses others of grouping and generalizing while doing it himself.

      sophie.basil - 2012-03-27 16:31

      BROTHER!! You have stumbled beyond the Boerewors Curtain of the internet! BAHAHA!! git the fck outta there and fuhgeddaboudit son! Why are you wasting your time?? (ps, you wrote; "I hope you're a small percentage"..... HAHAHAHAHAHAHHA THAT'S FUNNY!!! Not Malema funny, but i still laughed) Man, Jules's antics are hilareous!! Good to see my favorite tjatjarag still kickin on from the grave.

  • Manaputjoe - 2012-03-24 08:56

    Good People, this is called politics, the statement 'S A belongs to all who live in it' is from the freedom charter, and if you listen to all his speeches he does quote from it, yes he sings about 'kill the boer', and he can die protecting whites, now not all whites r boers, try to understand that before u all get too excited.

  • Manaputjoe - 2012-03-24 08:56

    Good People, this is called politics, the statement 'S A belongs to all who live in it' is from the freedom charter, and if you listen to all his speeches he does quote from it, yes he sings about 'kill the boer', and he can die protecting whites, now not all whites r boers, try to understand that before u all get too excited.

  • Russel - 2012-03-24 09:04

    The sad part is that their are people who actually believe this chap. Why does the news media not stop reporting about this mad man.(Hitler)

      Anthony - 2012-03-24 09:47

      luti--do u see how well your brothers are behaving in Mali --must make u proud to be african hey

  • tumi.naks - 2012-03-24 09:06

    Finally the superhero that every white person has been waiting for, thanks Juju. hahahaha

  • John - 2012-03-24 09:07

    He was also going to die defending Zuma..... The boy didn't take his beetroot and garlic this morning I see....

  • Muhammed - 2012-03-24 09:08

    Was his chapter not closed??

      Mojalefa - 2012-03-24 11:30

      He is trying to open it again

  • Hermann - 2012-03-24 09:08

    Guess who is preparing the ground to find a job in future.

  • Jayson - 2012-03-24 09:09

    Come on people. Read between the lines. This is his last ditched attempt to save himself from the inevitable. We all know what he stands for.

  • Anne-Marie - 2012-03-24 09:13

    Julius, would you like a napkin?? There appears to be bs around your mouth.

  • Bambanani - 2012-03-24 09:21

    hello

  • Charl - 2012-03-24 09:21

    How can he say that he will die defending whites if it is the same man who just a while ago said that land from whites must be taken without compensation. typical a racist seeking sympathy from the people he previously insulted in public.

      Tony Lapson - 2012-03-24 10:50

      He is a two headed snake, trying to look like a visionary and a peace keeper, but is incapable (at the moment) of keeping his opinions to himself. Do not be surprised when he masters his mouth and actually ends up winning a nobel peace prize later on in his life.

  • Isabel - 2012-03-24 09:22

    Malema - Joker of the Year!

      ameen.qulu2 - 2012-03-25 15:12

      i agree with u isabel

  • Charl - 2012-03-24 09:25

    Bull S.................. he is a racist and will never change.

      Robby Zee - 2012-03-24 09:46

      oh shame on you julius kwekwekwe rwaaak

  • Tony Lapson - 2012-03-24 09:34

    The Winnie Mandelas of their time advocated necklacing of non-ANC supporters. Incase you didn't know, necklacing involves binding a person and placing a tyre filled with fuel around the neck of the victim, then setting them alight while crowds cheered and sang as the person burned to death.

      Nicki.Labuschagne - 2012-03-24 09:56

      Exactly. I would love to see the people who comment about white cruelty respond to this. I would also like to hear their justification for throwing newborn babies into a cesspit - happened more than once in our area recently. And no excuses about desperate women please. There are hospitals, orphanages and police stations to take innocent children to. Instead they are treated like garbage and dicarded without a thought?

      aphane.monki - 2012-03-25 08:00

      From my knowlegde those who were set alight were da spy's an they infiltrated data to da colonies......and you tried to colonise SA but there was no success of that because our national language is now english ...lol

      nokuthandwa - 2012-03-26 15:11

      @Nicki, there is no excuse or justification for that but lets not forget that there are alot white people who arent exactly "kind" to children. Don't make what these women do a race issue, I'm here because my mom didn't throw me down the toilet, I have a beautiful 4year old girl who I would do ANYTHING for so don't paint the cruelty these women do with the colour black. I'm black and would never do such a thing and guess what, I'm proud to be black! I work for a living, pay my taxes, still paying off my tertiary education, I pay rent and my childs day care centre. I dont know why you would think blacks get freebies from the government. I have never benefited from the previous government and am not beneniting from this one but you know what, I'm happy and live my life!!

  • Hannes Bosman - 2012-03-24 09:36

    wait... didn't Malema say a couple of months ago at ancyl rally that he want whites to be his domestic staff to impress the ancyl crowed and now after winning the award... it sounds like he is trying to impress the whites??? wake up ppl!!! he is a little boy with a strong tendency to be a dictator!!!

      michelle.kirsten - 2012-03-24 11:28

      I'll be his domestic any day! Just think of all the fancy booze I can steal...not to mention whatever he is smoking! JOKE.

  • Gerhard1Marais - 2012-03-24 09:39

    Genade ek glo regtig nie een woord nie. Julius Malema ek glo nie die st8 woordeskat wat jy gebruik. Ek hoor jou op die radio en weet jy wat ek self sal jou persoonlik aanvat. Nee dis nie spesifiek net n agresiewe stelling wat ek maak nie. Baie wit suid afrikaners voel so!!! Jy is n antagonis en n probleem vir ons!!! En die ding dat NEWS 24 info versamel is n probleem.

  • Nyandeni - 2012-03-24 09:39

    I don't know why you people are shocked..Malema never really means anything he says it's all just a front..he's just a typical incompetent politician..I can't wait for my generation to take over so we can clean up this mess all you grown up people have made..

      Anthony - 2012-03-24 09:52

      its your ANC nyandeni ---u elected them --now u saying they not doing tooo well lol lol

      tobydt - 2012-03-24 10:01

      Hehe, R10 you voted ANC dude.

      tobydt - 2012-03-24 10:14

      What about all the 20 year old whites that had no part to play with apartheid? You seem to think that all white people are 40+ years old :P

      njabulo.steven - 2012-03-24 10:19

      This is 21st Century let just move on people,talking on behalf of youth "malema is a nonsense so don't you ever think we taking his side "yes we did heard what happened years ago but it past tense let move on and focus on the future *i know our african teenagers are not in this nonsense it only you old people and this bad habit"malema" I so wish u can all be positive and not mind this dumb Malema 'his already fired**peace in Africa**

      Tonja - 2012-03-24 23:17

      I love the way you think! Just as long as your clean-up includes a better life for ALL in this beautiful country! Blue, white, pink,black,yellow,brown and so on and so on ;)

      Nyandeni - 2012-03-25 09:25

      Im 100% sure 20 year all whites would side with me...you people as our elders are failing us

  • tobydt - 2012-03-24 09:39

    Hehehe, I think Julius is going to approach the DA for a position next :P

      Louisa - 2012-03-24 18:00

      n your dreams...he will never join the Desparate Party.

  • eugene.briel - 2012-03-24 09:40

    This man speaks with "FORKED TONGUE" when the situation arises he will say anything to make himself look good.

  • Anne-Marie - 2012-03-24 09:42

    Ha ha! Be careful Julius. Your "amazing" pr team will be asking to photograph you serving food at the white squatter camps next ....... #wewerenotbornyesterday

      Nyandeni - 2012-03-24 09:51

      White squatter champs? Lady be realistic..we don't have those here

      tobydt - 2012-03-24 09:57

      http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/07/poverty_within_white_south_afr.html

      Anne-Marie - 2012-03-24 11:43

      @Nyandeni. Have you been smoking your socks??? Your wonderful Zuma visited the white squatter camps recently as part of another ANC pr campaign. You would like the world to think that they don't exist though, because you would like the world to think that the apartheid regime still reigns in sa and that the black people are the only impoverished ones. # get a life

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 11:56

      Nyadeni, we do, Whites have shacks and Rdp houses, are you South African? we even have white beggar, white street kids who sniff glue.

      Jenny - 2012-03-24 22:00

      Nyandeni, don't you ever read a newspaper? There are thousands of poor whites living in squatter camps. Google it and try and keep up in future. Another sad truth you should know is that not many white South AFricans are wealthy. The rich are only a small percentage of the rest of us who battle to pay our bills every month - just like you and the rich are that way because they have taken risks and worked hard, just like your own rich people. Way of the world.

      Jonathan - 2012-03-25 13:41

      Nyandeni. Open your eyes and stop believing your own B.S. White squater camps are all over the country. Wake up sunshine, you are living in your own make believe land!!!!!

  • Anne-Marie - 2012-03-24 09:42

    Ha ha! Be careful Julius. Your "amazing" pr team will be asking to photograph you serving food at the white squatter camps next ....... #wewerenotbornyesterday

      esther.badenhorst - 2012-03-24 12:32

      Imagine that! Haha

      Felix - 2012-03-26 09:06

      Anne-Marie, although I agree with everything you've said - #pleasekeepyourhashtagsontwitter

  • marksmixo - 2012-03-24 09:43

    Malema that flling you having now make.s you lose ur game and you gonna fall down like a dead rat.. U contradict urself comrade

  • Colin - 2012-03-24 09:47

    Of coarse you would Julias, we would put you right out front. Then we would all shoot at you. You flippin idiot!

  • daviyd.viljoen - 2012-03-24 09:47

    Thanks Malema for taking ous place. We won't bury you! Blerrie dom donner! lol

  • Grant - 2012-03-24 09:49

    I blame the media, sites like news24, for empowering this p***k. As of now he has no platform to address the people unless the media gives him one. Then again, controversy is popular so what the heck...