EFF's Malema and FF Plus's Mulder battle it out on Twitter

2016-02-23 11:51
Julius Malema (File)

Julius Malema (File)

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Johannesburg – A Twitter war has erupted between FF Plus chief whip Corné Mulder and EFF leader Julius Malema, with both leaders calling on their supporters to "crush" each other.

It all started with Mulder calling for his followers on Twitter to unite and crush EFF "fascists".  

"#EFF Fascists - Universities under siege from radicals and new fascists trying to impose their revolution on us. Unite and crush them."

Malema retaliated nine hours later, tweeting: "@MulderCorn we will crush all of you within no time if you want to come with that stinking attitude. Who said we are scared of you?"

The backdrop for the two political leaders Twitter rants are the recent student clashes.

On Monday, chaos erupted between white and black students at the University of Pretoria and the University of the Free State.

These are some of Mulder's Twitter rants:

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