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Mdluli a threat to state security - Malema

2012-05-14 14:36

Johannesburg - Lieutenant General Richard Mdluli must be removed from the police service, expelled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema said in Johannesburg on Monday.

“He is a serious threat to state security. Mdluli said I participated in the plot against President [Jacob] Zuma. My name is there, I have never been part of any plot,” Malema told reporters.

Mdluli was moved as head of the crime intelligence unit to another position last week. So far, he has had fraud and corruption, and murder charges against him, dropped.

Malema said fabrication of information was a serious threat.

“Now our phones are being listened to. When you greet on the phone... then you must greet Mdluli.”

Living in fear

He said moving him to a different position did not help.

“If we can't trust the police, who are we going to trust?”

Malema said people could not even accept police protection because then “you are driving with Mdluli permanently”.

He said people were living in fear.

“We are creating a police state. We are being policed.”

This applied only to people who expressed a different view, said Malema.

“So... if I was responsible for those things, the man must be asked nicely to resign, and then he can be offered ambassador something nice... Somalia... and then you deploy him there.”
 

Comments
  • Smili - 2012-05-14 14:43

    The whole ANC is a threat to South Africa's security! Malema, Zuma, Richard Mdluli dont deserve to be in this country! Malema is trying to change face... two faced b&stard! As if he cares for OUR COUNTRY! VIVA DA! DONW WITH THE ANC SCUM!

      Kala - 2012-05-14 14:54

      They are all going to have sore arms from all the finger pointing.

      John - 2012-05-14 15:20

      and you mr juju are anymore trust worthy, you are a fraudster, a liar and are only trying to get back into the corrupt movement well all know as the anc, thank goodness they dont want you and please take a hint you are finished.

      tshifhiwa.vandermunalisi - 2012-05-14 16:02

      Malema has and will always raise issues that many don’t want to talk about, specifically white people. Black people will vote for him to become President Mark my word.

      Comrade - 2012-05-14 17:40

      Smili,you must be mad to think the people of south Africa particularly blacks can all of sadden forget what have your people done to them,you can make all the noise because you own media,but when it comes to elections you wil be bitten forever

      sboh.s.memela - 2012-05-15 10:26

      @steen as sad as it is i have to agree with u,majority of black people are very ignorant all they see is black and white and i think politicians know this and use it to their advantage, i would rather not vote at all than to vote for the anc, i just hope that more and more black people will learn to be observant and see the anc for what they really are...a failing government

      Nigel - 2012-05-16 15:51

      How predictable - now Malema tries to gain respect with this comment. Shallow politician. a year ago he would have protected this crook.

  • Philip - 2012-05-14 14:45

    Action: Facepalm Directions: 1. Start by bending neck forward as to tilt the balance of your head. 2. Open hand and bring towards forehead making sure that hand is tilted at 15 degree angle. 3. Hand and forehead should be making contact, any slap sounds are welcomed. 4. When face and hand conncts make sure to shake head in disapproving manner. 5. Shaking should last 10seconds and longer. NB: The more of the palm covers the face the more epic it will look. Now go forth and teach this young ones.

  • kabelo.leballo - 2012-05-14 14:47

    for once, I agree with Malema!!

      Dee - 2012-05-14 17:29

      Me too.... Sadly, ANC quite right to discipline him - but did use him 'like a condom' where it suited them And sadly too - if Malema was able to use Mduli for his own self service - he would.

      Dee - 2012-05-14 17:33

      But his speach was VERY VERY funny - he is a GREAT comedian!!! I was driving when I heard him talking about 'greeting Mduli' & giving him an ambassador post .... in Somalia" and nearly crashed my car laughing :))))) He might "kill more boers" by being a comedian than being a singing politician.

  • Kala - 2012-05-14 14:48

    The cracks in the ANC are getting bigger and bigger. Our minsters are walking through the corridors of parliament eyeing each other suspiciously before entering there offices and spending the rest of the day wondering where the listening bugs are. The ANC is fast becoming it own worse enemy and whilst they are spying on each other the coutry will fall to pieces. I'm glad Juliarse is still around, his attempts at making serious comments and allegations are amusing and always bring a smile to my face.

      Archie - 2012-05-14 16:41

      ANC will consume itself.

  • Smili - 2012-05-14 14:48

    I have to admit that I lolololalot at: “Now our phones are being listened to. When you greet on the phone... then you must greet Mdluli.”

      Dee - 2012-05-14 17:34

      ME TOOOOO!!!! A fantastic line...

  • revaro.winkler - 2012-05-14 14:49

    gues whose back lokl the legend now he wants high ranking gevernmant officials to be ambasedors @ somalia

      CliveK - 2012-05-14 15:01

      Don't you get the point, Revaro? (Probably not if your spelling is anything to go by.) Somalia is in a permanent state of anarchy, so comrade Mdluli might fit in well, or perhaps even become a victim.

  • siyadyosiba - 2012-05-14 14:51

    "Now our phones are being listened to. When you greet on the phone... then you must greet Mdluli.” HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA this boy just makes my day.

      tshepo.ally - 2012-05-14 14:56

      lol.........made mine too. "people could not even accept police protection because then you are driving with Mdluli permanently."

      Farmworker - 2012-05-14 14:58

      Hi siyadyosiba and that does to you Mduli I was rolling after reading this... the wayward boy is back

      tshepo.ally - 2012-05-14 15:00

      haha. juju ain't going nowhere. back with a vangeance...out for a kill. i have a feeling he's gonna bring all these politicans to their knees.

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-14 15:07

      HAHAHAHAHAHA now that he is out he is going to be a fly in the ear to these politicians. They can't silence him. HAHAHAHAHAHA @ driving with Mdluli permanently.... WOW

  • vernon.samuel.7 - 2012-05-14 14:54

    Clearly young Juju is shaping to join an ANC faction at the party's conference later this year. Clearly it is against Zuma, who is pro-Mdluli. Let's just see whose sentiments he is echoing and we will then know which faction he will be joining. Presumably Sexwale's or Motlante's or Mantashe's. Or an amalgamation of any two of the above. Whoever it is, Juju is a poisoned chalice. Steer clear of him if you want a long future in politics.

      Murechen - 2012-05-14 15:13

      My money is on a Sexwale-Malema partnership. He clearly hasnt learnt any lessons at all - Zuma used him "like a condom" (those were JM's words) and now he seems to have signed up with a new "master", who will dump him just as Zuma did.

  • CliveK - 2012-05-14 14:57

    Well said, Julius, for perhaps the first time ever you have spoken some sense. The whole Mdluli saga confirms that we really have entered the LDC category. And I don't mean Least Developed Country. Our entire political discourse these days revolves around Lies, Denials and Cover-ups. I sincerely hope that the genuine truth will emerge eventually, but I won't be holding my breath.

  • Salani - 2012-05-14 14:57

    Now that the king has spoken mdluli will be removed,don't say i didn't tell you!

  • robert.mevo - 2012-05-14 15:06

    (i lyk ur words).u hv trueth.

  • rvbrink - 2012-05-14 15:10

    Julius Malema must be removed from the face of the EARTH not just the ANC.

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-14 15:25

      do you really mean that? I'm sure you don't

  • sakhi.TheNextKent.dlala - 2012-05-14 15:17

    When you greet on the phone... then you must greet Mdluli.” .... LOl ill try that when I get my next phonecall

  • siyadyosiba - 2012-05-14 15:23

    Lets put hatred aside and agree. Politics will never be the same without Malema's speeches though they are sometimes controvential. If Malema can shut his mouth, politics would be very dull. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA... VIVA JUJU VIVA

      Dee - 2012-05-14 17:37

      Indeed!!! He's a fantastic comedian... and nearly killed at least '1 boer' today by making me laugh so much that I nearly crashed my car :))))

  • Sango - 2012-05-14 15:29

    I couldn't agree more with you he is a threat like you are a threat to democracy.

  • TheyTookMyNickLaZynEko - 2012-05-14 15:29

    WHY are the views of this FOOL news??????????

  • Simphiwe - 2012-05-14 15:32

    Juju is always bold enough to say what people are afraid to say. He is the voice of the voiceless.Surely, his utterances are linked to the anti-zuma faction of the ANC. It should not be taken for granted that Malema's political demise or probably political resurrection is tied to the ANC faction that will take over in Mangaung.

      Marion - 2012-05-14 16:15

      @Simphiwe - I think reinstating Malema at Mangaung will definitely highlight the divisions within the ANC.

  • Vincent - 2012-05-14 15:35

    Mdluli must resign and assigned to Somalia as an ambassador...#giggles by Jujulicious

  • Marco - 2012-05-14 15:36

    Yo Yo Yo....... Eish, but hes cleever now this one!!!! "Hello..... Mdluli....oh, no ma i was just checking..." hehehehe what a bunch of clowns!!!! At very least it's entertainment. HeHe Driving with Mdluli permanently... hehe!!

  • Deon - 2012-05-14 15:40

    The comedian is back, but he won't be back in the Anc until Zuma is out.

  • Bibi - 2012-05-14 15:43

    For once I agree with Julius - definitely Somalia.

  • Hudayfah - 2012-05-14 15:51

    lol im sorry i could'nt help but to laugh for the somalia part . .thats a good one julias. I don't think Mr. Mdluli finds that as funny though. You mister are gonna have to look over your shoulder.

  • Lourenzo - 2012-05-14 15:51

    Guess who is back?

      salani.hulela - 2012-05-14 15:58

      None other than jujuman!

  • Sam - 2012-05-14 16:04

    who is this? anyone who knows him

  • lwazi.sibiya.10 - 2012-05-14 16:05

    Juju, u ve made my day \now you have to greet and also say hello to Mdluli\ lol kwaaaaaa

  • Marion - 2012-05-14 16:09

    For once I agree with something Malema says. Although a lot of it was garbled so I can't say if I agree with those bits.

  • Ntando - 2012-05-14 16:14

    you've got to admire this malema boy. He's got balls. Next m.t.n tag-line. Phone rings- 'yellow summer, yellow mdluli baby' lmao.

      Dee - 2012-05-15 02:18

      Screamingly funny ... I'm still laughing at 2am!!!

      Ntando - 2012-05-16 06:18

      @ dee. I'm still in stitches. I always feel like i'm being followed. Lmao.

  • Ntando - 2012-05-14 16:17

    next time u get into your car, don't forget to ask mr mdluli to put on his safety belt. Lmao. When u at yo local bar, get a bells for mr mdluli. Hahaha. Welcome back juju.

  • Ayanda Excellent Mpisane - 2012-05-14 16:18

    Juju im fully i gree with,that man must resign hou are there members of the police going to do their job they will continue commititing crime because their boss is no clea yet.

  • WhiteNut - 2012-05-14 16:22

    The law allows for bugging of phone calls by certain state's institutions, as long as proper procedures ar followed and th relevant judge permits it. Crime intelligence of which Mdluli was th head, was/is within its scope to intercept your calls. Most of us have been or are still being tapped with or without our knowledge. If you have evidence of illegal interceptions motivated by political influence...why not lay a charge? Don't you think crime intelligence has huge interest in your finances..hence th interceptions?

  • Sello Mashile - 2012-05-14 16:25

    Hahahaaaaaa Ambassador to Somalia, u finished my hectic monday in style JuJu the men...

  • jrsifiso - 2012-05-14 16:29

    I hav 2 agree with juju man, the guy is a threat to state security and now 4 the 1st tym I cannot trust police. Its better if he accepts a golden hand shake, he has done 2 much damage and they mst strip him the powers indefinitely. Where there's smoke, there's fire. Is he a mute? Evrytym he appears quiet on newz... Loool.

  • joemols - 2012-05-14 16:36

    Mhm,my leader,you are so wise,'Deployment'.

  • WhiteNut - 2012-05-14 16:38

    Even the president's calls are intercepted..that's the way it is! Why cry foul if you know you have nothing to hide? Think of it this way, that whoever obtained the permission, approached the judge with some compelling evidence against u, nd the judge was left with no option but to grant permission! Lol

  • collen.masetla - 2012-05-14 16:41

    PLEASE COME AND LEAD US JUJU, WE NEED YOU, MANDELA IS ANGRY.

  • spha.m.zungu - 2012-05-14 16:42

    did watch Mdluli' s interview on SABC 1....he looks like a mob leader........bt again Juju is not an angel either

  • Singatha - 2012-05-14 16:53

    For once I agree with the boy.

  • Comfido Nziyane - 2012-05-14 17:12

    my comrade has a point, mdlhuli an ambassador 2 somalia# what aperfect match# juju has spoken

  • marcanthonytaylor - 2012-05-14 17:41

    I think Julius would be a brilliant acting public protector

  • Antwahn - 2012-05-14 18:47

    Julius Malema for President! UuuH... Wait this smacks of pandering to the public 'cause SARS and the ANC give him a hard time. Phew, that was close. He neearly had me going there. (Would not smaak Floyd as First Lady anyway.)

  • Sikanyiso - 2012-05-15 15:29

    QUITE CORRECT THE MAN SHOULD BE REMOVED AND WAIT FOR THE OUTCOMES OF INVESTIGATION. How on earth can a person under investigation be given a public responsibility.

  • siphiwom - 2012-05-15 16:08

    i agree with Malema Mdluli is a serious treat to the Police Ministry.

  • Serame - 2012-05-16 10:13

    Welcome back Golden Boy...U're the only one who calls a spade a spade..and not a spade a fork.. without any fear..I admire your wheel power..Where do u energise??U're a good politician..South African political lanscape is dull without you..But on a very serious note..JUJU is 100% right..Mdluli must resign with immediate effect..we dont need him in the police..he'got clouds hanging over his head..

  • samuel.tshikovhi - 2012-05-16 16:23

    for the very first time i agree with juju. Ths guy must be removed. Faced with murder, fraud n corruption charges and thy stil allow him to be a public figure n work under SAPS. Whats da uses of the saps if thy leaders are the ones on the otherside of the law

  • Mlu.Tolo - 2012-05-16 16:24

    Now our phones are being listened to. When you greet on the phone... then you must greet Mdluli....JUJU Man. How tipical.

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