Zuma unhappy about Gaddafi warrant

2011-06-27 22:00

Johannesburg - President Jacob Zuma is disappointed with the decision taken by the International Criminal Court (ICC) to issue a warrant of arrest for Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on Monday, SABC radio news reported.

"President Zuma is extremely disappointed and concerned on the issuing of [a] warrant by the ICC against Colonel Gaddafi," presidential spokesperson Zizi Kodwa told the SABC.

"It’s quite unfortunate that the ICC could take such a decision whilst the African Union, through its ad hoc committee, has done so much and I think the progress so far signals that there's a commitment now from both the sides of the Libyan authority led by Colonel Gaddafi and the TNC [Transitional National Council]."

He said the issuing of the warrant undermined the work done by the AU committee.

The ICC issued arrest warrants for Gaddafi, his son Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and military intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi for crimes against humanity on Monday.

Zuma, who is on the committee, hosted the AU ad hoc high level committee on Libya in Pretoria on Sunday to discuss the implementation of the AU roadmap on Libya.

The African leaders said Gaddafi had agreed to stay out of negotiations on ending Libya's four-month political crisis.

The committee, which is chaired by Mauritania President Mohamed Ould Abdel Azizhas, held interactions with the Libyan parties on three occasions, including with Gaddafi and the TNC leadership in Tripoli and Benghazi in April.

Other members are heads of state of the Republic of Congo, Mali, Uganda and South Africa, as well as the chairperson of the AU Commission.

In May Zuma met with Gaddafi in Libya to discuss the peace process.

  • Sit-hole - 2011-06-27 22:11

    Birds of a feather...

      Grant - 2011-06-27 22:41

      Zuma just has no realisation of the concept that one day everybody has to accept the consequences of their actions. Well, his day is still coming and the history books are not going to be kind.

      Risen Ape - 2011-06-27 22:44

      "He said the issuing of the warrant UNDERMINED the work done" What is it about ANC people that make them love that word so much?

      Marcell - 2011-06-28 03:59

      That is why they want the mines, to get out from under it.

      marco - 2011-06-28 06:40

      Hey ICC while you at it why not Syria,Yemen and Bahrain too of to the courts?The latest AP News out of Syria is that the government tanks are being used to attack anti-government protesters in the city of Daraa.Why does the ICC have double standards when it comes to Syria,Yemen,Bahrain to that of Libya?Muammar Gadhafi does exactly the same thing as President Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen,Bashar al-Assad of Syria and King Hamad of Bahrain.All Syria receives is "international condemnation" and financial penalties against some of its leaders.After all,in terms of the Western values and democracy,there seems to be not much difference between the Arabs of Libya and the Arabs of Syria,Bahrain and Yemen.They all dictators killing and rigidly oppressing their own people.Send the NATO leaders and these mysterious "rebels",who by the way have not been able to demonstrate broad-based public support throughout Libya for their rule,to the International Criminal Court aswell.NATO's "humanitarian intervention" has quickly given way to covert operations,regime change,and an unending civil war.UN Resolution 1973 was suppose to avert a humanitarian disaster,instead the potential for a massacre by Gadaffi was not a justification for action,it was a pretext.So far NATO has refuse to read the African Union's plan to bring about a peaceful agreement-instead its all about regime change with these ****ers.Oops I almost forgot NATO OWNS and RUNS the International Criminal Court (ICC)so why bother. - 2011-06-28 07:18

      Birds of a feather. Correct. JZ, Gaddafi and Bob share the nest. Diamonds and oil feather the nest. If you read this JZ...note that the AU has achieved F A.

      Aish - 2011-06-28 07:20

      Does this mean the ANC/ Zuma are pro dictatorship?

      Dr Maximus - 2011-06-28 08:52

      The AU thinks there so tough...What about CHINA then. Hmmm....Afraid?

      Noir - 2011-06-28 09:10

      @marco Couldn't agree more with you!

      p123 - 2011-06-28 09:29

      Zuma, all you know about is producing children and singing! You have done sweet f all in Libya and are only trying to protect that evil dictator. The smiling president is a joke as is the AU - an organisation to protect tyrants.

      CraigColinRoyMcLeod - 2011-06-28 09:39

      Marco: The reason you change an entire regime is because the kind of regime that leads to a Ghadafi usually has ten Malema's in it it too waiting to take his place. As for creed, it really does not matter so much if a country is "arab" just if its democratic and how it treats its people. And the condemnation of Western Mentality, is interesting, the typical western mentality, is typically founded on democratic and trade based values, which is pretty much key to the advancement of civilisation, and civility is what its about at the end of the day. Long term if we keep labelling things anything but what they are and keep enforcing religion, creed, gender race, nationality as a reason to be different we will never become a civilised race. As it stands as long as we cling to primitive tribal and religious behaviour there really is little hope for humans in general. - 2011-06-28 09:39

      He's probably getting a nice salary from Gaddafi for saying things like that

      James Weather - 2011-06-28 09:41

      AU are a useless bunch !!! What have they done for the continent besides back their brothers in power... Even if they are the worst leaders in history (bob)

      Shadoz - 2011-06-28 10:13

      who would SA sell weapons 2 if he is arrested?

      Meanleader - 2011-06-28 10:45

      Ja . Zoomer is so detached from right and wrong ...more worried about his useless negotiations going ANC shaped . Too thick to realise why no other President would waste their time trying to persuade this criminal Gadafi > This is why we have so much crime in SA ...we have a moron for a president erhmmm..a criminal moron !!!! - 2011-06-28 11:28 thoughts EXACTLY! "birds of a feather"! ITS UNBELIEVABLE THAT THE ANC [SA's 'leaders'!?] CONTINUE SUPPORTING THE DESPOTS OF THE WORLD!! THAT is why the future for SA is gloomy!

      alicia - 2011-06-29 12:27

      His Pal,Ghadaffi and Mugabe...what a threesome they make. No wonder. No one else wants them! And to hell with Zuma's unhappiness. Does he have any idea, even remotely, how unhappy most of South African citizens are with the poor, atrocious handling of importants matters by ZUMA? I see trouble ahead. Better get his act together.

  • TamaraSays - 2011-06-27 22:14

    It's a wake up call to Africa. I hope it will be heard.

      Clive - 2011-06-28 09:24

      Zuma's response tells you it might be heard, but it won't be heeded.

  • Wolwiele - 2011-06-27 22:24

    Yes Zuma, our views differ like the colour of our skins. Two opposite poles.

      zaatheist - 2011-06-28 04:35

      Yes. He is pi**ed off because he can no longer offer his mate cozy refuge in South Africa. I mean, what are a few thousand murders between friends. The cheek of the International Court wanting to make him accountable for his crimes.

  • Larro - 2011-06-27 22:24

    I hear he's annoyed about Hitler's death as well.

      Dries - 2011-06-28 08:41

      You are wrong about that one. Hitler wanted a perfect white race with no ethnic flaws to return to the command position of their lives. Zuma would not have lasted a week.

      BMFree - 2011-06-28 15:36

      A day

  • Hansie - 2011-06-27 22:26

    well, what the hell did you expect JZ ????

  • KarinWalker - 2011-06-27 22:35

    The AU has achievedNOTHING!! They have NEVER achieved anything! the AU consists of a bunch of useless idiots with god-complexes who like to fly around the world in private jets and eat hate cuisine in 5 star hotels while people DIE by the hundreds on a daily basis! They just talk and talk and talk and talk! how long have Mbeki and Zuma been talking to Mugabe while he has destroyed Zimbabwe?? Eight years? How mny Zimbabweans have been tortured and killed while these fools feed their fat guts at fancy hotels year after year after year! At least NATO and the ICC have finally grown some balls and started to sort out the monsters like Charles taylor and Gadaffi! Zuma must shut up!

      frankm - 2011-06-28 00:17

      Oh KarinWalker, you are so on the mark. Well said. I have to agree with you 100%

      2WhiteStars - 2011-06-28 00:29

      You're right. And when people say NATO, or 'the West' is only in it for the oil in Libya, or wherever, actually, there is nothing wrong with that. I mean, why should White, Western, Christian nations invest so much money and send their young men to war for people who actually, fundamentally hate them anyway? Remember when the Lockerbie bomber was sent home from a jail in Scotland - to Libya? The scenes on TV showed all Libyans dancing for joy - including the people in "rebel-held Benghazi". But NOW we (the West) are supposed to bomb their enemies (Gadaffi) and send our troops in - and do all of this for them..? What's in it for us - that's what I would be asking. And the West has every right to secure cheap oil or concessions out of this deal, in advance. Because if you want the West's superior technology to aid you, and wipe out your enemies, then you have to give something in return. Enough with this freebie system for the Muslims. They hate us. But they fly American flags or French flags NOW in Libya. Ha? We will help you - but don't turn round and bitch about us wanting things in return, OK. That's the way it works. To all of you who ask about Zimbabwe: the West will not go in there because there is no geo-political gain to be gotten from a f*** up state like that. YES, there is no oil. But why would Westerners want to die for nothing in return? Especially when Africans or Muslims produce or generate nothing of value in those areas?

      Roman Moroni - 2011-06-28 01:49

      Well said Karin, BUT the only downside is that Gaddaffi and co will now most probably fight to the bitter end as there is nothing for him to gain by stepping down - and unfortunately lots more are going to die because of that. But if the AU got their way they would most probably have re-instated him ala Mugabe and he could have exacted his revenge at his leisure with lots of casualties there as well. So the question that no-one will be able to answer is which scenario would have the most casualties?

      Creeky - 2011-06-28 07:04

      CHIRP OF THE DAY!!!!!! Could not agree with you more!!!!! AU are seen as a JOKE by the Western Countries.... AU= a UNIFIED BEGGING BOWL!!!!!!

      jabski - 2011-06-28 07:20

      oh yeah right if they had balls blair, bush, sarkozy, obama, cameron and netanyahu would have been served papers long before gadaffi. the war in libya is about oil. nothing more, nothing less but you pathetic people who take your western media propoganda at face value need to wake up. france went in first to claim the spoils. britain and the US decided they couldnt let france monopolise said spoils and joined in too. it is an ILLEGAL war against a man they were all courting less than 12 months ago. so stop harping about the AU. worry about the criminal governments of the west who are causing mayhem all over the world and try telling the over 1 million dead iraqis that the western forces are a force for good

      Joker - 2011-06-28 08:05

      @creeky outstanding comment. The AU can't dictate to Nato and at the same time beg Nato countries for aid. No wonder they are considered a joke by the Nato countries.

      Zinki - 2011-06-28 08:07

      The AU is so busy trying to keep in with their dictator pals all over Africa. They are loyal to any African leader, be he a dictator, murderer, thief or tyrant. It is part of this complex of being an African. They think the West is against them all the time. If they helped in the "struggle" then they must be defended at all costs. It's pathetic!

      Grayman - 2011-06-28 09:17

      @jabski - You are right, but so is Karin. Politics is all about who you can shaft and when. Gaddafi has been a very difficult one to handle because he has oil. The middle east is going to be in a lot of poo in the next 50 years when oil dries up and the rest of the world turns to alternate energy. Then their income will dissappear and their power will be stripped from them. What can they do in the desert then? Karin is bang on the button about the AU being toothless and hypocritical. What has the AU done anywhere to bring world peace? Bugger all!

      Currie_Mafia - 2011-06-28 10:56

      Right On !!!

  • Bart Zimzon - 2011-06-27 22:35

    next is the one with the "enticement to genocide"....a fat pear shaped noise maker...

  • Spinnie - 2011-06-27 22:37

    By your friends you shall be judged mr president. Mugabe and Gaddafi.... great posse.

      Worldwise - 2011-06-28 06:41

      Add Myanmar (Burma), North Korea and Cuba. All despotic dictator states guilty of human rights abuses. Note how the ANC seems to cosy up to these states and then deny the Dalai Lama entry to SA? Your loyalties are showing Mr Zuma as are the ANC's intentions.

      oxygen - 2011-06-28 09:33

      Mugaffi regime is no more. Tsk. Now what? Mujuju?

  • Richard - 2011-06-27 22:48

    What a load of ANC BS. The AU has done nothing of any significance whatsoever in Libya or anywhere else on the continent for that matter other than to create alot of hot air. They must think people are stupid to utter this stuff.

      cuz - 2011-06-28 03:45

      Dictators of the world unite, Protector-in-chief, President-General-for-Life Mr Zuma your words and actions will come back to haunt you! What is at stake here is the outcome of your actions. The bloodshed we are seeing on the streets of Libya is in part due to the pathetic behaviour of the AU and the timid, weak position of the leaders of the African states. May those Libyans who are mourning the more than 1,000 persons who have been massacred curse those Africans who supported Gaddafi.

  • Gen - 2011-06-27 22:52

    This warrant can never be served unless he leaves Libya, but with no real friends, he is doomed under new leadership. If he thinks his bulletproof, he is mistaken. Only time will tell.

      Joker - 2011-06-28 08:08

      Sadam Hussein also thought he was invincible and look at what happened to him. Stringed up by his own people

  • Monica - 2011-06-27 22:54

    Why? Want to pocket more money for selling weapons?

      Joker - 2011-06-28 08:10

      Yeah those sniper rifles aren't cheap

      Matt - 2011-06-28 16:33

      Neither are the bribes

  • Bill - 2011-06-27 22:56

    It's not your call Zuma.......stfu

  • Dave from Bulawayo - 2011-06-27 22:58

    Sell everyone weapons who cares. You are mistaken if you think this cattle will get in the dip and lose the ticks. The fight will be with our chidren, the next generation.

  • OZNOB - 2011-06-27 23:04

    put old gaddafi next to the likes of mugabe , pol pot, hitler and stalin

      Boerseun - 2011-06-28 09:24

      jabski, you are calling the kettle black! I suppose you reckon Pol Pot, Hitler and Stalin are also black? Looking through racist glasses really makes you blind.

      ocon777 - 2011-06-28 13:38

      Norvus Ordo Seclorum. Start praying hard, their evil plan is unfolding. Where will you be when it hits?

  • pisang - 2011-06-27 23:07

    our president and all the other african leaders are self serving bigots. the international community dont care what JZ feels or thinks. to them he is micky mouse after a piece of cheese....pathetic. When he last met wth Gaddafi, JZ was given so much praise because he got Gadaffi to accept a peace plan.... what a Joke!

  • R.Suppards - 2011-06-27 23:10

    ZUMA,sleep with dogs,get fleas. First syphillic Bob, now mad dog Brother Leader. Your erstwhile friends are deserting you.

      Ian - 2011-06-28 06:46

      why dogs, could you rather say rats

  • Ralph Long - 2011-06-27 23:12

    Worried you will be next, Zuma? What a doorknob. Supporting murdering dictators, well birds of a feather........!! Way to go Zuma, once again my country has been made a laughing stock of the world along with you that has been a laughing stock of the world since the day you became 'president'

  • KarinWalker - 2011-06-27 23:13

    sorry.that should have been *haute cuisine* continue..the AU let murderers and cannibals and fools like Mobutu Sese Seko, Amin, *EMPEROR* Bokassa..hahahah...and mugabe kill and loot for 40 yrs..The AU still has not brought to book the organizers of the Rwandan genocide. What about the animals that murdered 69 foreign nationals in Alexandra in this country?? ( or are 69 deaths not enough to cause a fuss?..or only if its white policemen killing black people??)Mubarak? (only pushed off AFTER his citizens rebelled), Bashir? ( oh no..we mustnt arrest might cause problems..)..oh my word..if only these clowns could see themselves through the eyes of Westerners.

      jabski - 2011-06-28 07:35

      ok knowitall youve lost the argument already. seeing as "oil rich" libyan leader gadaffi has been brought to book why hasnt mugabe, amin etc???? because there is no OIL and therefore no point. ie they dont care!!!!!! they being the west. they will gladly let genocides occur anywhere as long as it doesnt affect their balance sheets. which is why the ICC. UN etc are nothing more than a gang of crusaders divvying up the spoils of war. the fact that gadaffi proposed a gold standardised currency to take on the dollar too didnt help his cause. that could have and would have exposed to all humanity the biggest fraud ever committed. ie fiat currency and the ponzi scheme fractional reserve banking system. google it. look it up. inform yourselves. i dare you wake up ffs

      reader1 - 2011-06-28 08:08

      @jabski. You are right - there is no oil in Zimbabwe, that is why the West couldn't give a rat's ass about the suffering of those people. NO OIL = NO CARE

      radarblip - 2011-06-28 08:39

      jabski do you also believe that landing on the moon was a hoax? OF COURSE THEY WONT BOTHER HELPING OUT IF THERE IS NOTHING IN IT FOR THEM! why should they? i for one would love to have a government that served my own interests, rather than one that steals from me and does everythign in its power to suppress me. ffs dude he kills his own people to stay in power! NATO is doing the people a bloody huge favour even if there is something in it for them! dammit i would LOVE IT if the seals came in a took out bob!

      Currie_Mafia - 2011-06-28 11:00

      jabski.. Wow, thanks for that.. Emotions often cloud our judgement..

      Derek - 2011-06-28 13:25

      Do you guys prattling on about oil realise that Libya produces less than 2% of the worlds oil? The big producers only have to up their output slightly to make up for Libya's total production.

  • cgtours - 2011-06-27 23:15

    sORRY zUMA- THE wORLD IS NOT INETRESTED IN YOU! Be careful your day is also coming with your little tail behind you Malema! or did you think the WHOLE OF SOUTH AFRICA IS JUST GOING TO TAKE THE TWO OF YOU LYING DOWN?? Surprise Pal. we are going to take you on.Internationally!! and we WILL WIN UNITED nATIONS/xENOPHOBIA/wORLDcOURT/sANCTIONS?? we are already on our way- WORLDWIDE !!!black apartheid/protrection of MAJORITY AGAINST minority??MURDERS??- WE ARE ON OUR WAY! nOW W WE WILL START FIGHTING BACK!malema, WE ARE QUITE PREPARED FOR YOU iNTERNATIONALLY! bETTER YOU STAY WHERE YOU WERE BORN IN YOUR OWN REGION- SHOW US AND THE world your family ANCESTORY!! We are waiting??We will go to USA/UK/EAST wherever/ PROOVE TO US - you claims and BY THE WAY - where the hell you get your money from? (That also needs investigating very seriously!!)Gadaffi had much more than you going for him and look where he is now? YOU and the ANC and MALEMA and the likes- SHOULD LEARN FROM THIS.. YOU ARE NOTHING!!!

  • Boer - 2011-06-27 23:16

    Ag Zuma be glad it's not you or malemmer theyre after. If you ANC lot carry on with your crap you might also get the same treatment. Down with dictators.

      radarblip - 2011-06-28 08:39

      dig the pic!

  • slg - 2011-06-27 23:30

    Did Gadhafi and his sons agree to relinquish power and allow free and fair elections?

  • veld66 - 2011-06-27 23:36

    What does he know this double headed maron, Gaddafi was busy killing civilians

  • Aabfrits - 2011-06-28 00:54

    the right thing. The AU only has a chance if they kick out all dictators. Wishfull thinking I presume!!!

  • deminimus - 2011-06-28 01:34

    Now it is time to issue warrant of arrest for Mugabe for crimes against humanity. Let us not forget the 20 000 Matebele lying at the bottom of disused mines.

  • Zupta - 2011-06-28 01:44

    Corruption has been known to kill more people than wars. So Zum Zum there should be a warrant for ur arrest. Why are u so concerned about Gaddaffi, are u concerned that there is no more Sugar Daddy to sponsor the AU life style. Isn't it amazing that there are completely two different stances on Gaddaffi the moral high ground taken by the DA and the low ground by ANC. What they say about the birds of the feather....

  • Marcell - 2011-06-28 03:59

    Eish ne, look at the worry in my eye!

  • Met - 2011-06-28 04:21

    Fact is there should be a warrant out for JZ and his corrupt government as well!

  • WaggaMamma - 2011-06-28 04:35

    An old Afrikaans saying goes "Soort soek soort". I say great news. Whats more - Zuma is disappointed, after what the African Union has done! And what might that be?

  • photonic - 2011-06-28 05:04

    The AU has done so much? Huh? Did I miss something?

      ZeDon - 2011-06-28 07:26

      Well they had a meeting about having a meeting, then they had a nice lunch...

  • Edubot - 2011-06-28 05:44

    Zuma and his cronies are only upset because hopefully this means that they may be charged by the ICC for their crimes against humanity in South Africa. May they be held accountable for the rape, plunder and slaughter of all the innocent South Africans who have suffered so needlessly due to the callous and heartless indifference of the current leadership. More innocent people are slaughtered in SA in a month than have been killed in the Libyan freedom struggle.

      ocon777 - 2011-06-28 16:22

      And during the whole of Apartheid... It would be interesting to have the stats on just how many people were killed then compared to how many people get killed now. More people die now!!! Eish, but we cant let that info out now, can we...

  • Arri - 2011-06-28 05:46

    Does the world really care about what Zuma says or thinks? I mean honestly - who on earth is Zuma?

  • wimpie007 - 2011-06-28 05:59

    the icc should make gaddafi spend 6 months with no one but Julius. That would be fun...They can even make a reality show out of that...I really wonder who is worse! Gaddafi has done horrible things (murder, authorizing mass rapes etc), Julius just hasnt put thought into action yet, he would probably make Gaddafi look good. Scary!!!

  • Goofster - 2011-06-28 06:15

    Just shows how far removed the AU is when dealing with reality. The roadmap was just another way Gaddafi used the system to buy himself more time in power. In their lessons learnt, the AU can hopefully see that sometimes decisive measures are necessary to reach an outcome satisfactory to the masses.

  • anti crime - 2011-06-28 06:28

    Hey man,Gaddafi is a dictator...what is wrong with u JZ....i suppose u might need his help one day lol

  • Michael - 2011-06-28 06:38

    I am not Gaddafi fan but what makes NATO commanders saints after having a hand in the killing of over 10 000 civilians since March 17th? Is this not double standards?

      BLACKFRUIT - 2011-06-29 15:43

      Exactly, they aren't helping to bring peace. They have their own interests to pursue in causing a stir in that country. I won't be suprised if they are the ones supplying Gaddafi's forces with weapons. Libya is rich in oil. Do the math.

  • marco - 2011-06-28 06:40

    Hey ICC while you at it why not Syria,Yemen and Bahrain too of to the courts?The latest AP News out of Syria is that the government tanks are being used to attack anti-government protesters in the city of Daraa.Why does the ICC have double standards when it comes to Syria,Yemen,Bahrain to that of Libya?Muammar Gadhafi does exactly the same thing as President Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen,Bashar al-Assad of Syria and King Hamad of Bahrain.All Syria receives is "international condemnation" and financial penalties against some of its leaders.After all,in terms of the Western values and democracy,there seems to be not much difference between the Arabs of Libya and the Arabs of Syria,Bahrain and Yemen.They all dictators killing and rigidly oppressing their own people.Send the NATO leaders and these mysterious "rebels",who by the way have not been able to demonstrate broad-based public support throughout Libya for their rule,to the International Criminal Court aswell.NATO's "humanitarian intervention" has quickly given way to covert operations,regime change,and an unending civil war.UN Resolution 1973 was suppose to avert a humanitarian disaster,instead the potential for a massacre by Gadaffi was not a justification for action,it was a pretext.So far NATO has refuse to read the African Union's plan to bring about a peaceful agreement-instead its all about regime change with these ****ers.Oops I almost forgot NATO OWNS and RUNS the International Criminal Court (ICC)so why bother.

  • MrGumede - 2011-06-28 06:41

    He is a multiple murder, so I suppose he deserves only the best treatment for that....

  • Ian - 2011-06-28 06:42

    terrorist looks after terrorist, zooom probally wants to give him a mansion at taxpayers expense

  • Nico - 2011-06-28 06:45

    Zuma... please just wake up. You are dust in the eyes of the world. NOT important at all. Get the message?

  • ANC13thcaffeboy - 2011-06-28 06:55

    And I'm dissapointed that we have the highest or nearly highest crime rate in the world & that we have to endure being led by criminals. I am extremely diasspointed by that, & the fact that he is wasting time on Libya, when his back yard is burning.

      Neles - 2011-06-28 16:16

      It's 'disappointed' and K***** starts with a K not a C if you're looking for the desired effect.

  • karlkat - 2011-06-28 07:04

    Except for human right violations the person responsible for the lockerbie bombing comes from Libya and Gaddafi protected him which makes him just as guilty. Why does Zuma want to protect Gaddafi...what are the similarities between them

  • hawksnr - 2011-06-28 07:09

    ag shame, they are all the same!!!!!

  • Anonymus - 2011-06-28 07:11

    Zuma... the AU means sh*t in the real world and the ICC should release a warrent for you!

  • Daemos1 - 2011-06-28 07:18

    Normally I support our pres, but he's being a class A douchebag. Nobody can argue that Ghadaffi deserves to be locked awasy. How many of his own people has he killed?

      BlackPerfection - 2011-06-28 07:23

      How dare you call your president names like that? You must show some respect white boy who gives you the right to critisize the president with your colonial ways. How many people did you whites kill for this land you are now invading with your filth?

      Ross - 2011-06-28 09:32

      @BlackPerfection. I don't like Zuma but can't wait for Julius to take the reigns. Hell,things are going to happen.

      Felix - 2011-06-28 10:07

      @ BlackPrick, I would hazard a guess of about a quarter as many as you 'North African' Blacks killed when you invaded. We are all people and I for one can say I am ashamed of the human race at the moment.

      Daemos1 - 2011-06-28 10:27

      @Blackperfection, 'tsek, go play in traffic, adults are talking

      Lab-Rat - 2011-06-28 10:48

      ROFL, blackprick said "the clever people in the ANC". I haven't come across any yet personally.

      ocon777 - 2011-06-28 15:13

      Yo Black "perfection" he's my president too and he IS a world class douchbag. while were on the subject, Get some Pap smear for ol Julius and perhaps that Irritating C**t will go away...... ROFL

  • George - 2011-06-28 07:22

    surprise surprise... the whole of Africa is stuffed anyways - no place for civilised people...

      BlackPerfection - 2011-06-28 07:24

      George you just leave Africa to the Africans okay, we know what we are doing and you colonials must just get the hell out.

      radarblip - 2011-06-28 07:38

      black perfection: PLEASE give an example where an african country has sorted out its own problems!?!? the AU has done nothing for the people of libya who are being slaughtered by their own president. it has done nothign for zimbabwe where the people are being forced to starve by their own president. the entire continent is in a bloody mess because all of the leaders are scratching each other's backs to stay in power. mark my words south africa is the same. an AHEM! who are the number 1 suppliers of foreign aid to africa....... the WEST! MORON!!!

      BlackPerfection - 2011-06-28 07:49

      An example of an african country that has sorted out its own problems: Zimbabwe. That country was infested with the evils of the colonial masters and since then it has been liberated. Yes a few people may have starved or got killed but it is all for the liberation of our people. You can call me a moron all you want but your time is coming to an end, next year we are taking back our land and you will either be driven into the sea or you will help us redistribute this wealth which is still in the hands of the minority colonialists.

      Joker - 2011-06-28 08:16

      @blackperfection you are living in a fool's paradise if you think that land grabs will happen. Yeah your Zimbabweans love their new country so much that they are fleeing to SA to come beg the colonials for work you retard

      BlackPerfection - 2011-06-28 08:25

      You are a fool if you thinking you are going to keep this land you stole. The quiet way of doing things is clearly not working and the clever people in the ANC know this. Next year we planning on taking this land back and either you work with us on this or you will be swimming to Australia. Your choice.

      George - 2011-06-28 09:16

      @BlackPerfection - if you are not a troll then you are an idiot

      Daemos1 - 2011-06-28 10:59

      stop feeding the troll, it will multiply

      amabok - 2011-06-29 12:19

      Loving BlackPerfection. Clearly educated and clearly getting a rise out of everyone. The Giveaway: perfect grammar. Nice try though.

  • Mart - 2011-06-28 07:25

    Of course he is not happy with this warrant of arrest. He and his African leader peers all think that they have magic and can talk a resolution for all problems. The ICC in their wisdom (which in my opinion makes Zuma look like a retard) has decided that it is time for action....and I fully support this. His time to face the music he is still making will come, and he already fears a similar outcome. Zuma still has opportunities to avoid this, although these are becoming fewer, so lets pray he 'mans up' and starts doing his job. Has anyone ever bothered to tell Zuma that President is not a ceremonial only position.

      BlackPerfection - 2011-06-28 07:28

      Yes Mart and you know what you are talking about because you are the big white Mart! NOT! Zuma is doing the right thing he is trying to negotiate a peace and all you white guys want is war. If the world was only full of white guys like you there would be nothing left.

      Mart - 2011-06-28 08:45

      @BlackPerfection...would it surprise you at all when I tell you that my concern is not so much for the white people of this country, but more so for the black people who I think are at even greater risk from Gaddaffi like aggression and genocide.

      BlackPerfection - 2011-06-28 08:50

      Mart you stole land from us, killed us off in the masses, took wealth from us and drove us into poverty and now you care about the black man? What other jokes do you have?

      Felix - 2011-06-28 10:10

      BP - Proof that even small minded retards can use the internet.

      Mart - 2011-06-28 10:16

      @BlackPerfection....and of course you have been convinced that your ancestors have always been southern african, and not marauding tribes from further north who chased and murdered the San and the Bushmen. You, BlackPerfection, are labouring under the misapprehension that this country's challenges are Black vs White, where in reality the greatest threat to a black man, will come from another black man. History supports this and given the revolutionary attitude of many such as yourself, there is very little evidence to support an argument that it is not going to happen again, unless a credible leader emerges to lead this country from it's current path.

      Lab-Rat - 2011-06-28 10:52

      "you stole land from us, killed us off in the masses, took wealth from us and drove us into poverty and now you care about the black man?" - That might be one of the better excuses for incompetancy I've heard in a while. Spoken like a true brainwashed sheep.

      BLACKFRUIT - 2011-06-29 15:34

      Mart what are you smoking? From Up North where? what about people in those regions now? Did they emerge from the underworld? Stop spreading Lies. If South Africa was only occupied by the San why is it their population is so small? Jan Van Riebeck found Xhosa and other tribes in South Africa! STOP LYING!

  • Ndividia - 2011-06-28 07:27

    Ag shame jou arme maatjie, soek hom kry hom en troos hom.

  • ANTIZIONIST - 2011-06-28 07:30

    The more I read the comments on this forum,the more I am starting to envy Julius Malema for his stand.You bunch of racists will never accept to be ruled by an democracy (read Black).I am now certain that your problem is not about how the ANC govern,but the government being black. I doubt that you will ever shake of your racist mentality. Please accept you are living in Africa...where things are done the African way.....if you can't accept,please pack your bags !!!

      Joker - 2011-06-28 08:21

      "where things are done the African way." Yeah that's things done the mediocre way, then we wonder why Africa is a mediocre continent. If I am presented with a choice of accepting mediocrity or packing my bags I will choose the latter

      Lab-Rat - 2011-06-28 10:53

      go away

      Anton - 2011-06-28 14:50

      Antizionist, For starters, The African way, is done, in a non racist way !! So,if you can't accept.......... It is YOU , who should start packing your bags !!

  • - 2011-06-28 07:31

    ... because the AU has done f... all about the problem you savage! How many people must he kill before you consider him a criminal! He is an animal yet you insist on "give heem another chance" attitude!

  • Tommy - 2011-06-28 07:32

    There are other more important issues at home he could save his disappointment for!