Malema complains over intimidation

2011-10-24 17:45

Johannesburg - State institutions are being used to intimidate people wanting to join the ANCYL's economic freedom marches, league president Julius Malema said on Monday.

"Innocent people are being threatened. Since when do state institutions intimidate people who have different political views?" Malema asked at a media briefing in Johannesburg.

He said bus companies had had to pull out of the march because they were being told that their contracts would be terminated if they transported protesters.

Malema said the ANCYL had met with ANC leaders to discuss the march.

"Some people who think they are more ANC than the ANC leadership are saying we are marching to undermine the ANC," Malema said.

"The leadership doesn't see it like that and they say that nothing is wrong with the march as long as it is successful and peaceful."

Malema said that ANC leadership had accepted the ANCYL's explanations.

The league expected 5 000 people to participate in the march, he said.

There would also be 1 000 youth league marshals, 500 police and private security company members to ensure the march was peaceful.

"The ANC leadership told us to look out for agent provocateurs. We might be infiltrated by people with ill intentions."

Malema said the ANCYL had been told to pay the Johannesburg and Pretoria municipalities R1m each.

"We will not pay to march. We have provided all the applications. If there is an uprising, people don't apply for permission," he said.

"Our demands are clear. We have no aim of bringing down the government. [This] is a popular government... We are rising to raise our concerns with them."

The "economic freedom youth mass action" is scheduled to take place on Thursday and Friday.

Members will march from Beyers Naude Square, to Chamber of Mines in Johannesburg, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) in Sandton and the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

Malema said members were supposed to march along the M1 highway but instead are marching through alternative routes to prevent traffic delays.

"The route doesn't matter, Pretoria does. Anything that will get us there is OK," he said.

Malema said the league were marching to demand the appropriation of land without compensation.

"This is our grandfather's land, taken by force. We want that land back," he said.

"We constitute 90% of the country and the ownership [of land] should reflect that."

Ignorant investors

Malema spent the weekend travelling to townships across the Gauteng to drum up support for the march.

He visited Thembelihle, Diepsloot, Ivory Park, the Methodist Church in Heildelburg and Bantu Bonke township in Vereeniging.

"In Alex, the people stay like pigs. In Diepsloot the people stay like pigs. We want that land. Cowards are scared to speak of this issue."

Malema said marching to the JSE would not affect foreign investment in the country.

"People worry about reputation. Ask what the march in Wall Street is doing to the reputation of people there?" he asked.

"This is an international problem. Only ignorant investors won't know that."

Malema said the league would not discuss the ANC's succession debate during the march, but were preparing a document that would define the "ideal" leader for the ANC.

"We will share this document with the structures. We need to find the right person to lead the ANC beyond its 100 years," he said.

ANCYL deputy president Ronald Lamola reportedly said in Kimberley, Northern Cape on Saturday that the league was going to replace President Jacob Zuma with Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe.

Lamola said on Monday that he was "grossly misquoted".

"What I said was that deputy presidents always take over from the presidents... one day with this history Kgalema will become president," he said.

It is inevitable, but we did not say when this will happen."

The Congress of SA Trade Unions said that it would support the march, but condemned Lomola's remarks.

SA Municipal Workers Union spokesperson Tahir Sema said the union would stand by the march.

"We will be waiting on the outcome of the bilateral meeting between... Cosatu and the ANCYL, which would determine whether we would be supporting the march on the streets or not," he said.

  • SimnikiweNtingi - 2011-10-24 17:59

    “Expropriation without compensation”…that’s unfair and unethical, I don’t care how white or black you are, that’s just not AYOBA!

      africanwolf - 2011-10-24 18:17

      @ maongera let me explain it to you in a simple language if I come to your house, and tell you that from today all your furniture is mine, will you be happy? if you want to buy it from me i might think about it

      SimnikiweNtingi - 2011-10-24 18:18

      @maongera...Dude, the most decent thing to do is to buy the land and give it to people who will be able to start and run profitable farms that will create job opportunities. It’s a win-win situation if you think about it really.

      Levett - 2011-10-24 18:23

      This is going to be a historic moment. They should name it the JHB2PTA marathon for the mentally deranged youth

      Juan - 2011-10-24 18:53

      and not to mention that it's against the law and the constitution

      Alfred - 2011-10-24 19:21

      @maongera - There is a thing called the Land Claims Commission. If you have a valid claim to land that you were forcefully removed from they will help you. Contact the Deputy Chief Land Claims Commissioner, Sibusiso Gamede on (012)312 9687/9446. If you don't then you're just another self entitled free-loader looking for a handout and unfortunately all available care has already been dredged from Give-A-F*ck Bay.

      Vukani - 2011-10-24 19:26

      "A 1998 study by South Africa's Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation & the Khulumani Support Group,[9][10] which surveyed several hundred victims of human-rights abuse during the Apartheid era, found that most felt that the TRC had failed to achieve reconciliation between the black and white communities. Most believed that justice was a prerequisite for reconciliation rather than an alternative to it, and that the TRC had been weighted in favour of the perpetrators of abuse." Justice is a prerequesite for reconciliation! You can't have years and years of injustice followed by no form of justice!

      africanwolf - 2011-10-24 19:39

      @ Vukani if you want land you will have to buy it like you have to buy a car , furniture, etc.. Zimbabwe style land grab will not work in SA people will fight for their land , because they bought it. it can cause a civil war, and you know what happens to dictators, THEY END IN A PIPE

      marcelminnaar - 2011-10-24 19:48

      Listen here Little Julius puppet... The counsels want R1m cause they know your marches are never peaceful, We the tax payer have to pay for all the destruction you leave behind. And why are you marching to the JSE for what possible reason? You think you are going to get houses there? And dont you complain of people living in extreme conditions when you are driving around in a range rover. You dont give a S#!T about your people. The only thing that you and your brainwashed youth are going to do is cause heavy delays and upset people. And please give in your papers to home affairs for Land that you or your great great great ants, niece, parents dog have owned...

      Ronald - 2011-10-24 20:43

      Maongera, respect is earned through your actions, you cannot demand it. Dignity is a attitude you cultivate within yourself and reflects in your actions that will cause a gain or loss in the respect that people have for you, it once again cannot be given to you or demanded from others. The equality bit is a bit hairy, but is normally a sum of external factors controlled by others as well as yourself. This you may and should demand and you have the fullest of right to demand. Economic freedom also cannot be demanded as it is worked for. Many black bussinessmen attained their economic freedom before 1994 despite the severe limitations placed on them by apartheid laws. They could do this because they were willing to work as well as having the capacity to turn this work into success. If the apartheid laws ensured that economic freedom only belonged to the whities, then where did the poor and badly off whites come from? They had the education and apartheid laws going for them, but did not have the willingness to work and the capacity to turn it into success. The same for any other race, political system or country you care to choose. The only people that demand economic freedom are those that would and would not attain it any other way and cannot accept it.

      eric.vanvuuren - 2011-10-24 22:25

      It’s all just from power hungry people hi-jacking the public to make them self’s richer. Nothing will change. It’s like saying "after we marry he/she will change'. Look and I mean really look at all these people (Politicians). They will never change.

      Kevin - 2011-10-25 07:12

      Maongera- Simple-You come to my house and tell me you want my furniture. I take you out.

      Herman - 2011-10-25 12:50

      Wasn't it Malemmer who warned Afriforum that if they went ahead with their planned march, that they the marchers will be shot....????

  • Gary - 2011-10-24 18:02

    A final breath of another dictator trying to survive, he has clearly not learnt from Kaddafi .

      Active - 2011-10-24 18:50

      Kgagagattaa ,, what numbers, i read 5000, there is more than 50 000 000 , 50 million in case the 0's is to many for you.

      Active - 2011-10-24 18:53

      kgaggaggaatata -- what belongs to you is what you worked for.

      SimnikiweNtingi - 2011-10-24 19:17

      @Kgaugelo...I’m not trying to be a bloody agent or something, "two wrongs don't make a right" <<<<< You must have seen that phrase a lot in news24 lately. Our fore fathers fought for freedom and democracy, by trying to oppress whites we won’t achieve true freedom. We will just be doing exactly the same thing they did to us, no one wants to be on the receiving end of oppression, that’s just not AYOBA!...let’s not let the struggle of our fore fathers go in vain. Let’s achieve true freedom and appreciate all races.

      Yar - 2011-10-24 20:49

      @ntingi You promised you were going to log off and study. You are going to fail!!!

      SimnikiweNtingi - 2011-10-24 21:22

      @Yar...I study for 60 minutes and then take a 15 minute break for facebook and commenting on news24.

      Oboa - 2011-10-25 08:24

      Kgaugelo, you are many but remember that you are not intelligent.

  • mikeangell61 - 2011-10-24 18:03

    You say people live like pigs in Alex??Where do you stay Malema??

      Tiger - 2011-10-24 18:24

      YOu are asking a wrong question, clearly the issue is not where malema stays.

      Vince - 2011-10-25 08:13

      Lives in a 6 million rand mansion witch you bought for him while you struggle! 'SOME' people are too uneducated to realize the government are only making themselves rich with YOUR money. And still you vote for them! This whole story is a bugger up! You all will suffer of hunger and sickness, bicouse you voted for this! With 6 million rand we can better the lifestyle of the poor, but some uneducated idiots still support the people that steals from them. All our lives are getting worse and the whole of SA still supports this! While others equal to all of us lives in fancy houses, drive 10 cars, throwing big party's and eating caviar and above decent meals, while you eat 'pap' if any at all. Use your brain, if you have got any at all, and use your common sense!

  • Daaivark - 2011-10-24 18:06

    The ANC having a youth league is like Standard Bank opening a new branch and telling the branch manager it's his job to bad mouth the bank, complain about it's high banking charges and undo all good advertising and reputation it has built up. Why do they allow this self destructing cancer in their own fold ?

  • Brian - 2011-10-24 18:12

    "We constitute 90% of the country and the ownership [of land] should reflect that." Only because you breed like rabbits.

      Joanita - 2011-10-26 10:27

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Brian! I couldnt have said it better!!!!

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  • barry.mcbride - 2011-10-24 18:36

    "Innocent people are being threatened. Since when do state institutions intimidate people who have different political views?" It’s actually not a hard one Malema. Possibly during the Apartheid era!

  • johannwilhelm.grobler - 2011-10-24 18:39

    Malema must stop quoting second hand statements. He is the biggest intimidator and B***S***R!!!!

  • sven.gohre - 2011-10-24 18:45

    Here are a few statistics that juliass crapspeakingmalema, might find interesting. In the 1911 Census, the population breakdown of South Africa was as follows:- Black 4,000,000 Whites 1,200,000 Coloureds 526,000 Asians 152,000 From this it is obvious that back in 1911, the black population represented 50% of the population. The White population has risen about 4 times, as have the Coloured and Asian population of South Africa. The Black population has expanded more than 10X during the same period, so I have to ask why they should now receive 90% of the land today, where their only claim is the fact that the Colonialists brought Health Care and Sanitation that allowed them to breed faster than rats and now have such a substantial number superiority. The fact that they have not contributed to the upliftment, nor creation of a modern society, I have grave misgivings of their claim to the land. Even though the original people of South Africa, the Koi, are now almost extinct, they would have first claim to the land. The Black Tribes of South Africa were Nomadic and therefore have no claim at all. The Colonialist at least improved and exploited what was there, to create the most modern society in Africa, even though places like Egypt have had thousands of years head-start and even then cannot compare. The CanylER should be reminded of the fact that they neither fought for "Freedom", nor have any claim to One centimetre of South African land.

      Gestoffle - 2011-10-24 19:03

      @Sven - well written! Unfortunately though, you need to use simple words and stats for these simpleton layman’s to understand. They also proved that a lot of these blacks could not have lived in the areas they did in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s, due to the tsetse fly. I don’t recall the fatal disease it carried, but it was worse than malaria or aids. So who do you think brought the cure for that disease? Not the elephants I assure you!!

      Gestoffle - 2011-10-24 19:09

      Congo trypanosomiasis is the disease BTW.

      Maggyone - 2011-10-25 09:47

      khoi san are Africans.Do i look black to you? there is no such a thing a South africa or a true south african.most landless lands were occupied by Africans from all over the continent.And where do the Khoi san come from? africans come with all shades.All this terms that you use to describe the people of this continent came up with the colonist.African continent belongs to Africas.finish and klaaar.Pink people are not Africans.nothing will change the fact that you are not the origins of this continent.

      Peter - 2011-10-25 10:28

      @maggyone - did the "african" bring development to the land?. If the "pinks" did not either, then the "africans" would still be mud huts. Oops... sorry some still are because they are on the land "they have the right to"

      Azande - 2011-10-25 21:45

      @sven, who gave you that piece of stats? I'm sure its the descendants of Paul Kruger or the forefather of Eugene Tereblanch. U just have to accept the fact that u are an immigrant in this country with granted full citizenship. U better check yo attitude dude and yo sick view and insult to black people.

  • Johan - 2011-10-24 18:54

    If i read this correct than the ANCYL got a different political view than the ruling ANC???

  • Heinrich - 2011-10-24 18:57

    "Innocent people are being threatened. Since when do state institutions intimidate people who have different political views?" Are they threatening to kill or shoot you? If not... Shut your piehole and think of the people who are really threatened.. KAPISH..

  • Alfred - 2011-10-24 19:12

    "Since when do state institutions intimidate people who have different political views?" I almost choked on my orange juice reading that. Cope members having their houses burnt down, pissed off ancestors making you ill, expropriation without compensation, vote for ANC to get into heaven etc. Any of that ring a bell Julius, you blithering simpleton?

  • rowen.loretz - 2011-10-24 19:18

    Well done Zuma on getting rid of some cabinet ministers and Bheki Cele. Now get rid of that twit , Malema

  • Martin - 2011-10-24 19:37

    malema is going to kill this beautiful country of ours which we all as work hard for.

  • Jackie - 2011-10-24 19:42

    i would march with you any day malema, but i suspect, actually, i know that your reasons behind the march is not about economic freedom. you are rallying support to show jz that you can take him on using us poor, hungry, frustrated and mostly uneducated people to further your agenda. zuma is in a bad mood this week and i suspect that you know that your number is up, last kicks of a dying horse. no, not this time im afraid.

  • antonvdwest - 2011-10-24 19:42

    OK, but let us say that all the whites (around 4.5 million) get killed or kicked out of the country and everything they own gets given to the remaining black population (40 million). Only 4.5 million black people will be able to live like the advantaged white population. What about the remaining 35.5 million remaining black population who currently don't own anything? Is taking away from a minority to give to a majority going to solve anything? The sad truth is that the bulk of the white population aren't wealthy, and only a small percentage can be considered upper middle class or rich. No real wealth has been created because of a fixation on redistributing the existing wealth among the remaining population. The sad truth is that this will not solve the problem of poverty in South Africa. If 30 billion rand had been used each year to educate and nurture the youth, we could have been in a far more powerful position economically. Modern economics are driven by goods and services. An educated, willing work force will contribute far more to the GDP than finite mineral resources. The majority of whites in this country are not wealthy (a very common misconception), and actually had to pay for everything they own.

  • Nikki - 2011-10-24 19:44

    how about compensating the whites for bring technology and skills to Africa ,fat face does'nt want to mention any of the positives whites brought .If not for that he would still be running around in his animal skin trying to invent the wheel .

  • alansmart223 - 2011-10-24 19:47

    Let Mal Emmer, Zuma and all those corrupt Goverment officials take note of Geddafi's demise. What you're stealing from the poor could with time back- fire in the same way. History is inclined to repeat it self. You'r play with fire my good gentlemen !

  • Ryno - 2011-10-24 19:47

    Jus Julius Malema is a funny one.. He wants what all the whites apparently have... The irony is I would just love to have what he's got. Lets measure it up. He lives in n R13million house I still need to move out... He has got 3 R800 000 plus cars... I have 1 R20 000 car... He has a R250 000 Breitling watch I have R150 ripoff... Yes if you really want to trade with me please do that I would really not mind... Look the fact of the matter is that Julius and his naive followers and the Boeremag and their stupid followers should go and find themselves a open field and kill each other so that the rest of South Africa can actually concentrate on building up this country instead of listening to the ranting of obviously uneducated and deranged people with pointless arguments and grudges. It has been 17 years since this country elected a democratic government and still do we have racist not only on the streets but in government. All the money and time spent on having people like Malema making this country look bad and instigating racial fights could have been used to take care of the people who is in fact struggling. How many RDP houses could have been built with the money he used to build his one house.. O well as long as there are people like this in high political positions this country will go nowhere. It will die like Zimbabwe.. History repeats itself.. Apartheid was there and the whites took advantage of the blacks now we are taken advantage of... How long will it last

      Hennie - 2011-10-24 21:09

      yes, give them the northern cape and tell them the victor can enter the rest of SA again.

      Francois - 2011-10-24 22:09

      Agreed, extremism is the enemy.

  • Hennie - 2011-10-24 19:48

    Then the bushmen should march to chase out the whites and blacks and every other person in South Africa. This land belonged to someone before you came. Oh and while you are at it, why don't you chase out all the whites and blacks from America? Oh and don't forget the Chinese from half of Asia and the rest of the world. Grow up! The world is what it is and I have as much right to be here as you have. My fore fathers spilled blood to protect this land! You killed the bushmen to near extinction before Europeans were even aware of South Africa, so don't go and tell me that you have greater right to own this land.

      johannwilhelm.grobler - 2011-10-24 20:19

      I agree as Chaka destroyed most of the Nguni nation during his reign and a great deal of the Griqwa in the Drakensberg. That is why the Amasisi has such close Bushmen like facial features. Pity the Voortrekkers interupted Chaka's cleansing process.

  • lentswe.mosweunyane - 2011-10-24 20:12

    @africanwolf you know nothing about South African history, i think you should go read and come to comment again.

      africanwolf - 2011-10-25 07:41

      It has nothing to do with history, it has to do with the future. Malema is no different to Hitler, if he blames white people for everything. Hitler blamed the Jews for all his trouble, and see what happened. the world learnt a good lesson from history. I think the ones that want land for farming purposes, there is always a way to get it. the problem with Malema is he want's to loot everything like Mugabe, no one will let him do this, not the whites and not the Africans, as simple as it sounds

      channing.froom - 2011-10-25 10:10

      i dont think malema knows anything about history, so its a pointless argument, and since the blacks failed to document any of their history how can you prove that any land belongs to you .......... bring solid proof to back you argument and maybe then we would be able to sit down and talk, just cause the continent is named africa does not in any way mean it belongs solely to black people. whites, colours, Indians, Asians and blacks have all contributed to the development of South Africa !! dont turn around and tell me that everything belongs to you just because you are black !!

  • lesebane - 2011-10-24 20:17

    ANC politics is eroding and reached a cross road,will either turn ANC politic way or ANC ethnicity politic way. What a core incident, Blade Nzimande, Nathi Mthethwa,Sdumo of cosatu oppose to the ANC youth League march. Are they consumed by capitalism or is there any valid reason to do so. The system of capitalism is more stronger in S.A than political system. It has to be challenged and warned, capitalists to feel intimidated to be decisive in addressing the challenges of the country, I mean South Africa.In South Africa, Democracy means those who are rich get more richer For example, If your name is listed at credit bureau, you cannot enter into any contract were you accumulate more assets e.g. purchase on credit of Furnitures, cars,houses and get loan from any bank. You can enter into contracts to reduce your assets or gain less e.g. insurance policies,Matshonisa . Forward with the agenda of intimidating the capitalists forward. Lets support the march Comrades and Friends. It is not about being against the people 's government, but against capitalism

      francois.rauch - 2011-10-24 20:50

      lesebane .... you should study economics bro seeing that you have a real interesting misunderstanding of economic structures in this country. You have been in power for nearly 17 years idolizing capitalism! Wanna go back to communism or socialism? Ain't working bro. Do some homework before commenting! lol!

      Dewet - 2011-10-25 01:01

      lesebane Do you understand that you probably don't actually understand very much?? I feel sorry for people like you, because we do live in a very complex world, which has very, very complex structures, rules and laws, for good reason, mostly. In order to survive today, you need to learn the way the game works and play the game in order to live in comfort, peace and stability. I can safely say, based on your comment, that you have no chance of making it the honest way, as you are too far lost in terms of intelligence. You remind me of someone who wants to be a professional football coach, but but unfortunately, due to intelligence malfunction, in what we capitalists loosely refer to as the "brain" ( it's where understanding happens- or not), he can not understand the rules of football, after 30 years of playing football

      Rob - 2011-10-26 14:25

      Your understanding of assets is severely lacking: furniture (especially on credit) is not an asset, cars are not assets, and a loan from a bank is definitely not an asset. The only real asset you mention is a house. Your non-asset list is also wrong - some financial institutions allow you to list insurance policies as an asset, and the only other area where you are right is that Mashonisa is definitely NOT an asset. This plain ignorance (not stupidity) results in you being poor, and the truth is unless you take time to educate yourself, you will remain so for the rest of your life.

  • steventhomasmclean - 2011-10-24 21:02

    shame my heart bleeds for him!!!!!frigging insane fool!!!

  • David - 2011-10-24 22:17

    500 Policemen?!?! that's a good use of resources.

  • Brad.Kopping - 2011-10-24 22:42

    so let me get this straight, julius' mentality is this: if you're against the anc you're either a white nationalist, an agent, a racist or member trying to undermine the party. if you're against malema you're a racist. if you don't beleive in the ANCYL's proposals you're a nationalist, a communist, a racist and a domogague. yep, malema is one dumb wanker.

  • Brad.Kopping - 2011-10-24 22:44

    "In Alex, the people stay like pigs. In Diepsloot the people stay like pigs." yet malema lives in a R16MILLION rand mansion. do these people not see the big gap here or are they just mentally retarded?

  • OliversNZ - 2011-10-24 22:45

    Funny that - now that the shoe is on the other foot - who is crying - Malema biggest bully of all!! Build a bridge

  • Chris - 2011-10-24 23:39

    And of course Malema can prove all he says?

  • yummyhamster - 2011-10-24 23:44

    it is ironic how the dumb followers of julius as hole malema cant see that he is doing nothing but trying to inritch himself... and it will be at their expense in the end. they vote for him and he decides when he is in power to be like mugabe and let the people who put him in power die of starvation and sleep on the streets. all this idiot wants is votes. and his followers are so damn stupid to fall for his tricks.yes please i dare anyone to call me a resist to my face because i will kick their ass... besides i a m dating an Indian girl i wan to marry ,, malema deserves the same fate as GADAFI except for other reasons.. F U MALEMA

  • bjanks - 2011-10-25 03:50

    We should be calling it the Zanu PF youth party and not ANCYL from now on! Look at Zimbabwe, are they happy? Is farms there that have been taken away productive and feeding the nation! You idiots! There were 120 000 farmers and now only 30 000 remain. Chase them away and you can kiss your food goodbye... They might of been farming on that land for hundreds of years but they have been providing food for the nation! Black, White, Pink whatever can only benefit from productive farming... Why don't all the people who want free land go to Zimbabwe? Ow wait the Zimbabwe people are coming to South Africa for food and work... Fancy that...

  • Michael - 2011-10-25 07:26

    Well he does have a point if they are indeed placing obstacles in the way. Fact is that we live in a democratic society with freedoms that were fought hard for.

      Matthew - 2011-10-26 20:41

      Not free to steal other peoples land..

  • Tony - 2011-10-25 07:30

    malema you are a inconsiderate bastard that should have been behind bars a long will meet your fate one think that you can just call people names like that reporter but i tell your standard of education has much to be desired you bloody idiot

  • Harlem - 2011-10-25 08:21

    Juju went through all of the trouble to get 5000 idiots to march....don't we have a population of 50 million....they must catch a wake up......

  • donald.perumal - 2011-10-25 09:29

    @Malema Its NOT your grandfather's land:the kand belongs to the Khoi San and your grandfathers intimidated then and pushed them into the desert.This whole grandfather story is being used as emotional blackmail(no pun) to save your political hide. I don't think the Indians are going to be at the march:they might as well work hard and realise their dreams.

  • melanie.askeland - 2011-10-25 09:30

    Economic freedom. He should try looking for a job and prove it!

  • Jason - 2011-10-25 09:41

    There would also be 1 000 youth league marshals, 500 police and private security company members to ensure the march was peaceful - Wonder who's payong for this??

  • Deon - 2011-10-25 10:07

    Try working, it might be a new experience. Theft will never be legalised.

  • Annetjie - 2011-10-25 10:19

    Where is all the Youth League monies ???? Why cant Malemas' millions be spent on building hostels for his unemployed youth and the same millions be used for education?? Hows your piece of land to be made available to these homeless people ??? Afterall the monies in your trust account is for the S A Citizens and not for your flashy lifestyle. Please do not say you earned it. I think Ju Ju is causing chaos so that the poor can forget the millions in his bank account. Go and loot his trust account it is suppose to be for your benefits.

  • Michelle - 2011-10-25 11:06

    I wonder how many of them fought in the Boer wars for this land!!!

  • Malcolm - 2011-10-25 11:56

    Nandos, KFC, Macdonalds,Coca-Cola and the chinese Tee Shirt makers are all going to have a field day. Viva the Colonialist & Chinese business entrepreneurs. Hope its a stinking hot day. Hope that fat mongrel Julius does a few kilometres of marching in the heat as well.

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  • Mia - 2011-10-26 09:14

    @Vukani; what will happen to the farms after they take it????? NOTHING! If you don't know anything about farming, why would you want it????

  • Fanie - 2011-10-26 09:55

    Mr malema is in a trance, he can noe distinguish from left to right. Your land grabbing inniative is typical of barbarism and savagery. Kindly produce your title deeds of your grandfathers, uncles and all family to which the land belongs. You are too lazy to plant one mealie, how can you expect your brainless followers tyo utilise farmland for prosperity.The reason there are so many blacks is to be blamed on the apartheid regime, that allowed the breeding of the masses.

  • Daemon - 2011-10-26 20:34

    agent provocateurs!!!!bloody agents. There is one around every corner comrades. We must route these rats out. Turn on your brother or sister, keep the revolution going. I support the poor, even though I enjoy the lifestyle of our oppressors, even though nationalizing the mines promises huge kick backs to myself and a lifestyle matching my ex comrade in arms Gadaffi and my roll model Bob.

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