Come and arrest me - Malema

2012-04-21 22:38

Johannesburg - Suspended ANCYL president Julius Malema issued a challenge on Saturday to those within the ruling party who were trying to silence him, the SABC reported.

"We know that undemocratic processes are those that are intolerant to different views, those that use state power to deal with those that disagree," Malema said.

He said these elements had unleashed all state institutions against him as they would do anything to silence him.

"If they want to arrest me, I've got an address, they are welcome to come and arrest me," he said.

Earlier, Malema said he was not breaking any rules of his suspension by addressing Limpopo youth league elective conference delegates from his home.

"When you visit me here and you want me to engage with you, I do so without any fear or favour because this is my house," Malema said.

"Because this is my house, there is nobody, no matter how powerful you are, [who will] tell me you can only talk to this visitor and not that visitor."

Earlier, delegates from the African National Congress Youth League Limpopo parallel elective conference arrived in Malema's neighbourhood and sang struggle songs in support of him.

"When you are here, you are not delegates... you are my visitors, you are my friends," he told them.

Alternative exco elected

The Seshego conference was being held less than a kilometre away from Malema's home.

Malema, who is also a member of the league's Limpopo executive committee, was expelled from the ANC in November last year for sowing divisions within the party and for bringing it into disrepute.

He was found to have done so by unfavourably comparing the leadership style of President Jacob Zuma to his predecessor Thabo Mbeki, and for remarks about regime change in Botswana.

Despite the expulsion Malema remained the youth wing's leader until all options to overturn his sentence were exhausted.

He was gagged earlier this month when the ANC's national disciplinary committee suspended him from the party after he called Zuma a dictator.

The conditions of the suspension prohibited him from exercising any duty as an ANC member, president of the ANCYL or member of the province's executive committee.

A parallel conference held in Seshego had elected a 25 member provincial executive by early evening, the SABC reported.

The parallel conference was made up of disbanded branches who were denied entry to the Polokwane conference. They claimed the Limpopo leadership had not listened to their concerns.

The Seshego conference elected Boy Mamabola as chairman of the Youth League in the province.

Ill discipline

Earlier, he said this conference would elect a new "preferred" provincial leadership.

Mamabolo claimed that the Seshego conference was legitimate and cast doubt on the political future of premier Cassel Mathale.

"...We are awaiting a report from Comrade Jeff Hadebe, once he has tabled that report to the NWC and NEC then we'll see whether it rejects or will retain Mathale as our leader."

Earlier at the Polokwane conference provincial chair Frans Moswane warned that action would be taken against ill disciplined members, a reference to the Seshego conference.

He there was only one legitimate conference taking place in the province, which was in Polokwane.

On Friday, some league members were kept out of the Polokwane conference registration, which was guarded by police and traffic officers.

  • lsombili1 - 2012-04-21 22:49

    How can he say come and arrest me while he is at his home?Go to de conference venue and we will see what happens there.

      grant.hide - 2012-04-22 00:23

      What conference venue still caters for them? Last i heard was yu don't get paid for services rendered.

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-22 20:40

      Ja, go to the conference room. Promise policemen won't be thrown with stones. Promise police won't be fired for spitting at Malema.

      Preshen - 2012-04-23 07:49

      Pappa wag vir hom

      nasheenar - 2012-04-23 16:41

      why does the media even bother about this fool.The best way ti be rid of this thing is to not give it any attention.

  • Michele - 2012-04-21 22:55

    Does this fool never learn ?

      Crracker - 2012-04-21 23:08

      No. Everybody so far has used him for the fool that he is. We will hear a few more interesting facts about him. He is about to find out what it means to be all on his own. But that is what heroes are made for. Even in orange. Kill the farmer kill the boer lyrics will no longer protect him.

      Christian - 2012-04-22 17:45

      Let the ANC feel it. They created him.

      Sean - 2012-04-22 20:21

      He can`t learn , he is to stupid and arrogant !!

  • Elkita - 2012-04-21 23:04

    Send him to his uncle mogabe.Throw him out of our country.I hate that name andi'm sick of his face and name.

      Chris - 2012-04-22 08:46

      He called on his followers to shoot us, he called us thieves and criminals. Have you not heard/see that or is it something that is normal to you???

      sandy.langenstrass - 2012-04-22 09:56

      @ ask what Malema did to make us not approve of him? 1. He has no respect...his insults not only offend the white people but he offends the President and his people too. 2. He has been corrupt with Tenders( stealing taxpayers money ) 3. He lies to the youth..filling their young minds with nonsense.... with regards to giving them land/mines...this is taking advantage of inexperienced youth that will believe anything he says. 4. He approves of the Mugabe style of governing.....and we all know what state of poverty the average Zimbabwean is in, while Bob swanks it up stealing what money there is for his lavish lifestyle. Hence our (and should be your concern, as u will be affected to)concern that Malema shows signs of following of being a dictator. There are a few general things other than what I have pointed out...but this should answer your question.....and hopefully make you think.

  • marnusmnorval - 2012-04-21 23:09

    Dont throw him in jail he will enjoy some bum buddys

  • gwvickers - 2012-04-21 23:18

    Grow up Malema, besides you not god, so build a bridge and get over it - 2012-04-22 00:06

      He can't afford it! Haha!

  • Crracker - 2012-04-21 23:21

    Malema's lawyers probably told him the end near. Realistic lawyers are preferable.

      Francesco - 2012-04-23 08:36

      i wonder if he has still got the WHITE lawyers he hates so much Maybe he should look for leagal aid they for free

  • Malizba Liz Mhlanga - 2012-04-22 00:06

    Selebi also invited the hawks to come and arrest him today he is in hospital singing soprano..

      mpandelani - 2012-04-22 08:56

      The different between selebi and that Selebi dnt know all the dirt about Zuma nad his cronies while Juju..knws it all. The all thing that will silence Juju is a bullet, but I think it will take more than that!!

      Robi - 2012-04-22 09:47

      @Mpandeleni. Out of 36 countries, South Africa is ranked number 1 for gun murders in the whole world. It is unfortunate that you promote and suggest violence to deal with problems. It is the bullet you are referring to that is killing our policemen and women,killed Chris Hani, children in Soweto uprising 1976,Parents and children in Sharpville, farmers,Our brothers and sisters in exile as said by KZN Mk veteran association.It is the bullet that is costing our economy through kilings or suicide of our professionals and people with skills. Innocent people are being robbed of their lives of being killed by criminals. Businesses are loosing profits because bullets are used to kill owners and rob their businesses. It is shocking to realize that some people lazy to think and suggest to kill someone. I know for a fact you never experienced the violence in Kwazulu-Natal toward 1994 elections and you were there in Limpopo(Venda).Children were orphaned by those violences.It is suprising how careless by posting your irrational comment. In fact guns were supposed to be banned in our society without considering whether someone runs businesses or off duty policemen. Guns and bullets are evils that must be taken out of our society like during apartheid years.

  • Brad.Kopping - 2012-04-22 00:13

    he's losing his mind. well, how is this any different to when he first started out? only difference is that he's got his trusty fridge to fulfil his broke ass xD

  • MCCIA - 2012-04-22 00:52

    very brave of you chief.... or should i say idiotic... not sure yet

  • Rodney - 2012-04-22 01:24

    Joo Joo keeps on sinking deeper into the poo poo.

      Kirsten Van Zyl - 2012-04-22 02:24

      Please do, how much did you steal through tenders to fund the propaganda?

  • vmeiring1 - 2012-04-22 02:39


      Mutsila - 2012-04-22 02:48

      Go and arrest him you idiots we are tired of your useless comments, sis

  • Ian - 2012-04-22 03:40

    'undemocratic' it says, does the turd brain even know what the word means, once again yap yap yap on the weekend, pissed as a coot again, probally pissed every second of his abnormal life

      Olusunne - 2012-04-22 06:41

      I may support yr plans to empower black,but are the black wish 2 stand alone n be successful in their works cuz sm are adicted to instruction n lack to save for the future.i hate sm who disrespect elderly person cuz whateva we sow that what we shall reaps.

      Ian - 2012-04-22 07:44

      we not stopping you, you want to empower yourselves, go for it, start your own companies and ventures but no begging bowl, we would really like to see you do it without any help, go ahead and study without rioting and burning buildings down, get your degree and work hard, please show us that you are capable of doing what we have done, btw on the subject of respecting your elders, I was crawling through the dust in an infantry camp when fat boy was crapping his diapers so dont lecture me on respecting my elders

  • Sganja - 2012-04-22 04:05

    Anc must admit that Malema is a fighter,he reminds me Solomon Mahlangu,heita daar.

      Steven Trollip - 2012-04-22 06:03


      Wizcom - 2012-04-22 06:32

      He a fighter? In all the time he has been youth president has he actually done anything for the youth? Now we are talking years here, not days! No they are all still without jobs while he drives around in luxury german sedans, lives it up at expensive parties and wears the latest italian fasion that only the filthy rich can afford. Moron.

      Ben - 2012-04-22 07:08

      Sganja, I understand what you mean, but should he be fighting the A.N.C. from within or from outside the organisation?

      Balan - 2012-04-22 07:20

      @ Sganja, you right malema is a fighter and he will be fighting a losing battle for the rest of his life. He is just as STUPID as you are.

      Ben - 2012-04-22 07:32

      DubulaAmanzi, those individuals have, in their own minds, made the organisation their private property to use as a tool to work for them. That means they see Malema as part of their property to manipulate for their own benefit. They are too big to fight alone as he tries to do.

      Nigel - 2012-04-22 08:57

      he is a delusional idiot who's ego & arrogance are the only things that exceed his stupidity & ignorance.

  • IcemanGP - 2012-04-22 04:11

    And the man child continues ...

  • William - 2012-04-22 04:57

    Juju still the MAN,,,,,

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-22 20:49

      Don't you mean CHILD?

      Dean - 2012-04-23 06:35

      irrelevant and useless comment there "William"... he is not a man, he doesnt fight his own battles, he gets others (guards, security forces) to fight his battles for him. He acts all brave saying "come get me" because he knows the physical fighting wont be done by himself. If it came down to that, he would roll up into the fetal position like the COWARD he is!!!!

      Dean - 2012-04-23 06:36

      @SarcasticAgnostic ..Yes i think he did mean CHILD. Must have been a typo, becoz its easy to mix up the letters "MAN" with "CHILD" .. LOL ;)

  • viwe.mbetshu - 2012-04-22 05:09

    After this I dont think juju still supports the new info bill. Dont worry com they are using the strategies National party used to silence Anc caders during fight for freedom.

  • Roy - 2012-04-22 05:19

    I wish some-one will accede to his request and arrest the bloody twit. Hope SARS,The Hawks & the SAPS will hurry up with their investigations,that is to say if they are doing their work,and put this sucker away. I think that the country is tired of this BOY,not including his hanger-on's,and wish he would vanish into thin air.

      Hadebe - 2012-04-22 07:25

      U wish huh? Well u just keep on wishing, u nt the only, if that will give u litle comfort

  • Stephen - 2012-04-22 05:26

    he is crying because he can see his seat on the gravy train is leaving the station,, about time julius went to uncle bob in zimbabwe for a brain storming session,there is no place in SA politics for this fool who blatantly disrespects all the hard work achieved by the SA govt.

  • DanielEwens1 - 2012-04-22 05:43

    Julius Malema is like a breath of fresh air, an honest politician, in an otherwise very dishonest political system in post racial apardheid south africa. Apartheid still exists, today it is economic apartheid, and the blacks are still the victims!

      Paul - 2012-04-22 06:40

      When last were you in SA ? Its every man for himself here and who"s upholding this economic apartheid ? I think you out of touch

      Ian - 2012-04-22 08:15

      do you even know where south africa is, you remind me of those so called anti apartheid activists when asked if they would like to visit sa the response wwas, oh no, the sahara is too hot for us, retards

      Lerato - 2012-04-22 08:33

      Economic apartheid exists!! It will end soon though

      Nigel - 2012-04-22 09:16

      @ Lerato, economic divide exists, yes, but it exists in every country, the difference between here & say Nigeria is that here we have a multiracial population, so the tendency is to ignore all the reasons why our economic demographic is the way it is & base it on skin color (Aprathied) , which is not correct, education, skills, hard work & financial discipline play a major in this success, I am not discounting the affect that Aparthied had on this, but its not the only reason for the economic divide. Also, what has been done in the past 18 years to change this divide, education is the foundation to achieve this, but the ANC govt. continues to fail to provide even the most basic education to the black masses so that they can become skilled & contribute to the economy, so yes, the economic divide must change, but the solution is to increase the middle class & not the bring down the upperclass, i.e. wealth creation, not wealth distribution. The ANC Govt has all the power to do this, but have unfortunately neglected to do so, this must change.

      Chris - 2012-04-22 09:27

      Lerato please explain what you want/mean. Are you going to kick the 2 million whites out of theyr jobs??? Of this 2 million employed many is owners of their companys. If so what exactly is that going to do for the 15 million unemployed??

      Yamkela - 2012-04-23 07:46

      U hv no shame of proudly talkng bwt apartheid afta wat ur fathaz did 2 our dads

  • Gerald Jordaan - 2012-04-22 06:29

    And the ANC is powerless in shutting up this idiot!!

  • molokor2 - 2012-04-22 06:38

    Juju u r representing the people and zuma is representing his own interest , wife wife wife zuma u r abusing ur children .

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-22 20:51

      Have you seen JuJu's salary?

  • molokor2 - 2012-04-22 06:38

    Juju u r representing the people and zuma is representing his own interest , wife wife wife zuma u r abusing ur children .

  • carolina.g.wehmeyer - 2012-04-22 06:43

    Agh Please you Malema "likies" !!!!!!!!!!WAKE UP!!!!!!!!!!this guy will use you till he gets what he wants - POWER and MONEY - then do like the rest of our goverment - feed you to the dogs. Don't say you weren't warned.

      Lerato - 2012-04-22 08:31

      That's what every politician want, including DA.So at the end of the day you vote for those who will serve your interests

      mpandelani - 2012-04-22 08:38

      I guess Crd Juju is only commented on mostly by haters and those who lack political insights..I mean u write about his money..what about all this rich politicians, and the Mad man who just married yesterday..he is also westind tax money..but people have the nerves to go @ my Juju! Where is fairness there??

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-22 20:55

      Sure, lets vote for the people who lost 500million in E-cape. Lets vote for the people who refuse to fly in 1 jet. Lets vote for the people who lets SA's infrastructure rot. Lets vote for the same people service delivery protesters are fighting. Go for it, it's a democratic country.

  • Hummy - 2012-04-22 06:54

    Viva ANCYL president MR MALEMA VIVA.

      thomas.geza - 2012-04-22 07:18

      Malema is a realist

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-22 20:55

      Malema is a real-sh#t

      Yamkela - 2012-04-22 22:22

      Futsek sarcastic

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-23 07:01


  • Johann - 2012-04-22 07:01

    Jules you may not know it but you are going to be arrested for tender fraud ,your whole history of dishonesty is going to laid bare for public scrutiny ,Julsie my boy it's cold out there.

  • Christopher - 2012-04-22 07:08

    Let's c if Mantashe n his allies will charge Malema 2 speak in his own house

  • Sidney Gilroy - 2012-04-22 07:10

    Everyone seems to miss a historic moment here in the ANC's history and the official start of it's demise : Two elective conferences from opposing groups for the same political power. Its called a SPLIT. Good job Malema en co! We trusted you to do this, now you have. Let the other provinces follow suit! There will be no more unified ANC. Only two or more factions fighting for power. The real question is : Who will the masses vote for? And how do you convince them that your faction is the REAL ANC. When infact, the ANC they know - has died.

  • Phillip - 2012-04-22 07:20

    It is fun to see that the ANC and the ANCYL is having some problems, and it seems to be increasing. Sad reality of the matter is that while Rome (Polokwane) is burning, the Emporer is still fitting his new invisble suits.... Sad reality is that the real issues that Malema is touching on, even screaming out, is the fact that there is a huge amount of young people, without a real prospect of a decent future. Bad Education, poverty and the lack of a clear strategy regarding how we are going to get this country working properly, creates a vacume for radical approuches. Fact is, Malema is a natural leader. With the right help and guidance, he could have been an asset to his country of birth. Because of a lack of this, we find ourselves in this possition. The saying goes, when eliphants fight, the surrounding grass gets destroyed....

  • thomas.ngobeni - 2012-04-22 07:28

    Mandela and hani were hated for their wisdom and power by apartheid now juju is hated by whites and his own people in the anc for his power and wisdom please let juju takes this country forward.

      Pro Elvis Ginindza - 2012-04-22 08:05

      Juju wont touch zuma,zuma used 2 work 4 interligents 4 the anc,he knws all the tricks,wen it cums 2 ruining ppls lifes

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-22 20:57

      Sure, bombings had nothing to do with it.

  • Craig - 2012-04-22 07:31

    It looks to me that the ANC is actually powerless to do anything to Malema. In fact he seems able to outwit them at every turn. He obviously knows a great deal about the shady activities of many senior members of the party which is why they are so delicate in the manner they are dealing with him. It is a government by, for and of crooks which makes decisive actions impossible.

      Pro Elvis Ginindza - 2012-04-22 07:56

      Even,he,him slf daz hv corruption activities

      Pro Elvis Ginindza - 2012-04-22 07:57

      Even,he,him slf daz hv corruption activities

      Pro Elvis Ginindza - 2012-04-22 07:57

      Even,he,him slf daz hv corruption activities

  • Ayanda Excellent Mpisane - 2012-04-22 07:42

    I bealive some of us they don't even know where they are standing they always critisises ujuju but when it comes to vote for him they support him,we must sing one song

      Pro Elvis Ginindza - 2012-04-22 07:52

      Ja,u ryt bt,juju wants 2 b lyk chris hani,n he wont b lyk him.

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-22 20:59

      We DO want him to be like chris hani, in the history books. And we want him to stay there.

  • Pro Elvis Ginindza - 2012-04-22 07:42

    Malem want 2 ruin our country

      Hadebe - 2012-04-22 07:54

      Which country? U imbecile! Are u ... Or what? I am sure you are comfortable with what is going on in yo shack, well allow me to tell u this, the millions of blacks and i are not happy with what the likes of oppenheimer are doing in sa.

      Brett - 2012-04-22 08:03

      Hadebe if you don't like it you should leave. Perhaps you should go live in ethiopia or somalia. Or maybe nigeria or sudan. There are no evil whites there..

      Hadebe - 2012-04-22 08:29

      Brettalizer, leave my country to you? U must be soft between the ears.

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-22 21:01

      I'm sure the oppenheimers aren't giving work to anyone.

  • Buntu - 2012-04-22 07:48

    Juju u r invincible,white folks r scared of u bcause u remind them of da evil deeds of their fathers

      Paul - 2012-04-22 07:55

      You wrong ! not there fathers but the likes of Mugabe

      Brett - 2012-04-22 07:59

      Haha you are funny. For a retard.

      Hadebe - 2012-04-22 08:01

      Very scared. Its a sleepless nites they have here. And they want us to help them, poor them, they get no symphaty frm me, not after what they did to this country when they were in power.

      Buntu - 2012-04-22 08:03

      Mugabe was created by whites through frustration n lies

      Paul - 2012-04-22 08:05

      Not every white person is conected to the fathers of the old regiem, most of us had nothing to do with it and dont agree with it today, so stop talking.....

      Brett - 2012-04-22 08:06

      The whites built this country hadebem and we will be here lomg after you have gone. Hahaha!

      Hadebe - 2012-04-22 08:08

      Paul, we must stp talking n allow u to do it 4 us? Tjo! U must be thinking ure verwoed huh?

      Hadebe - 2012-04-22 08:13

      @Brettkeble, u missed the chance, nw u hev none, zero, nil, nothing its an 0 for u heh.

      Brett - 2012-04-22 08:13

      Hadebe please go back to zim. Mugabe needs idiots like you to keep him in power.

      Hadebe - 2012-04-22 08:18

      Brettable, u meant long neh? I can see u were in such a hurry to make your contribution. Ha! Ha? Ha:

      Jaja - 2012-04-22 08:30

      @ brett, you're wrong, black labour was used to build the country!

      Paul - 2012-04-22 08:40

      @hadebe , Huh !

      Paul - 2012-04-22 09:57

      @ Buntu , so that makes Mugabe acceptable does it ?

      schalk.mattheys - 2012-04-22 12:43

      10 million reasons why juju is nowhere near invincible buntu, it takes more than a beret to make a revolutionary...

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-22 21:02

      What schalk? Ferilizer bomb? Hand grenade? Panga?

  • mkansig - 2012-04-22 07:59

    Aluta continue malema

      Pro Elvis Ginindza - 2012-04-22 08:08

      Struggle 4 what,bcoz we r free nw.blacks r fools

      Balan - 2012-04-23 13:04

      Yaja, white mans brains was used to build the country and not black mans stupidity.

  • Karl - 2012-04-22 08:17

    The Truth is Anc is sinking........Malema messed up every reputation....however there is only one thing left for him.....Assasination

  • Lerato - 2012-04-22 08:26

    What a challenge! This goes to show there is democracy, freedom of speech in ANC

      Andre - 2012-04-22 09:03

      Blah Blah Blah

  • karen.inward - 2012-04-22 08:43

    Drama queen!

      SarcasticAgnostic - 2012-04-23 20:33

      There is no word for queen in pedi.

  • molokor2 - 2012-04-22 08:48

    Zuma u failed us as a nation like as u did to ur family , what ur children say about ur new wife ,do u think they r happy about that , real real u r representing ur own interest , as a youth i don't think that i can be happy to hear that my father is getting married to another wife ? Viva malema viva .

  • molokor2 - 2012-04-22 08:49

    Zuma u failed us as a nation like as u did to ur family , what ur children say about ur new wife ,do u think they r happy about that , real real u r representing ur own interest , as a youth i don't think that i can be happy to hear that my father is getting married to another wife ? Viva malema viva .

  • Nigel - 2012-04-22 08:54

    lock him up & throw away the key so that we don't have to read this rubbish that this lying idiot vomits every day.

      Andre - 2012-04-22 09:02

      this idiot, is getting far too much press. Ignore him and mabe he will go away like a bad cold. He is as bad as the AIDS Virus!@1

  • SA - 2012-04-22 09:01


  • gauchet1 - 2012-04-22 09:21

    It is not about your different views young lion, it is about you deeming your views the only correct one and all those that oppose your view, you slur insults! Grow up YL and get used to not eating meat :-)

  • Mike Purchase - 2012-04-22 09:42

    Dont worry people every dog has his day just sit back and watch the event unfold.Nobody is indespensible.Think back and check what happened to the last big mouth that tried what this oke is doing.There are too many people with too much to lose in this country to let a loud mouth destroy that and they are not white.

  • tmnguni3 - 2012-04-22 11:01

    Malema should let it go, he's been dragging this far too long. It's kinda boring now. Life goes on, surely he'll find something to do, he's got foundation, and must thank the ANC for that.

  • Glyn - 2012-04-22 11:55

    Go Malema! Go! It is YOU who needs freedom of speech now! Ha! Ha! It is YOU who needs democracy now! Ha H a! My advice to YOU Malema is to vote DA! THAT will shake the anc's cage! Vote DA.

      Mike Purchase - 2012-04-22 12:27

      Hahahaha good one Glyn

  • Johann - 2012-04-22 12:31

    Jaja you are right black labour and white brains ,ha ha!!! Nundu

  • Jacqui - 2012-04-22 13:34

    One thing I must hand to JuJu, he sure has an affect on the people. Look at your reactions. Come to think of it, he also have an affect on the ANC, a bad one. As far as I am concerned that is really good. Can't get better.

  • Heinrich - 2012-04-22 13:58

    Let's just say for argument's sake, another youthful leader rises within the ANC or ANCYL, will the ANC try to silence him too because he has different views? No matter all Malema's faults, that doesn't sound democratic to me :/ The ANC should keep in mind, they created him, and with the whole 'Elder' mentality they have towards anyone who disagrees with them it's damaging to our supposedly democratic constitution. Do we degress to a village culture or do we progress to a free and open society? Thats what we all complain about isn't it? We should keep in mind, if they can do it with Malema, how much easier can it be done to any other political view?

  • Shela - 2012-04-22 15:14

    Howmany trusts are there in SA?? Why its only Malema trust thats bn investigated?

  • Garth - 2012-04-22 15:16