Do what you want with me - Malema

2011-12-02 10:39

Johannesburg - ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema has challenged his detractors to do whatever they want with him, the SABC reported on Friday.

According to the report, Malema vowed his ideas would live on, even if he was expelled from the African National Congress.

"When they expel us the idea is out there. We must condition ourselves that we will not back down," Malema told Youth League followers in Naledi in Soweto on Thursday.

Malema said his suspension was driven by those in the ANC opposed to the Youth League's radical policy proposals.

Malema and five other ANCYL leaders were found guilty and sanctioned by the ANC's national disciplinary committee three weeks ago. He was given a five-year suspension and told to vacate his position as president.

Malema filed an appeal against the suspension.

  • The-third - 2011-12-02 10:43

    I am a detractor and I'll take you up on that offer mate. Come over to my house, say about 7pm.

      Gareth-P - 2011-12-02 10:49

      I love abit of Malema in the news in the mornings......Makes my coffee so much sweeter.

      Go - 2011-12-02 10:49

      @3rd - like a bring and braai lol

      John - 2011-12-02 10:55

      gareth- p, i to have been missing this guys stand up comedy lately,

      Penny-wise - 2011-12-02 11:03

      What we really want to do with you, Juju Blubberguts Malema, is to stick you in a hole in the ground and forget about your trouble-making in our beautiful country. All your trouble-making supporters must also go back to the Congo homelands. The rest of us will get along with each other just fine building the democratic nation that Nelson Mandela envisioned for us all !!! GO AWAY MILITANT AND USELESS ANCYL, YOU LOT ADD NO VALUE TO SA !!!

      Poloyatonki - 2011-12-02 11:17

      The dreams of African youth are shattered without Malema, economic freedom will never happen.

      Gareth-P - 2011-12-02 11:27

      @frangelico. Watching juju with all his antics is sport to me. And his team seems to be loosing 7-0...... ha ha

      Helmut - 2011-12-02 11:30

      As long as you do not live in a complex where he has to sign a register, unless the accept thumb prints!

      Flowingriver - 2011-12-02 11:35

      Like the Phoenix he shall rise from ashes......U cant keep a good thing down for to long. We await deployment. We are hungry. We are tired. We are patient. The LION of the North shall rule.

      Kobus - 2011-12-02 11:48

      Hope he gets a cel next to Selebi. Sure they will have lots to talk about and ideas to exchange :)

      PB - 2011-12-02 11:55

      Donkey, You have the "...will never happen" part right - especially hanging onto the belief that the fat fart is going to achieve it for you.

      Gareth-P - 2011-12-02 11:55

      @Flowingriver as long as they do the leeu loop.......

      sashdwyer - 2011-12-02 11:56

      @Poloyatonki - I understand and appreciate your sentiment however i must assure you that there is only one person who can assure your future and that is you. No political party can change the circumstances you find yourself in. Stop believing in an individual and start believing in yourself because that is when life will change for you. Apartheid ended a long time ago and there is no reason for anyone to live below the bread line. I hope that you know what you want from life because if you do you are half way there. All the best

      Joanne - 2011-12-02 12:03

      Running around the country shouting: "I am GOING, I'm REALLY going, I'm nearly gone...." at crowds of people is not a successful way to farm with cattle.

      Vicker - 2011-12-02 12:06

      @Poloyamonki: Read the following over and over, maybe it will sink in eventually: YOU are responsible for your own lot in life - STOP relying on others to help you out - STOP living in the past - STOP blaming the past.

      Vicker - 2011-12-02 12:11

      @Flowingriver: "Like the Phoenix he shall rise from ashes"???? More like a brandsiek werf-hoender skropping in the cow-sh1t for mieliepips...

      mariuskowie - 2011-12-02 12:17

      @Poloyatonki Economic freedom is something that you fight for in the classroom, not in the streets and via destruction of existing economic structures. Education leads to entrepreneurship and that leads to jobs and economic prosperity. Even then you will have economic responsibilities. Therefore, the Malemavision of Economic Freedom, is totally destructive to economic prosperity. You will always have economic responsibilities. The global economy is trade based and if the trade partners don't honor their responsibilities, they get excluded from trade. The same principal applies to the individual. Blaming the past does not explain the total lack of economic achievement in the South African population. Pointing finger to the population demographic that is achieving and shouting how unequal the wealth is distributed only emphasizes your own lack of achievement and growth. Start a business, does not matter how small. Taking the business from those that have and giving to the have not's destroys. Malema is not the great hope you claim. He is the big destroyer. South Africa will take years to recover the economic destruction he caused with his utterances. That is, if the current regime can dig themselves out of the pit of corruption and deniability.

      Hunter - 2011-12-02 12:55

      @rebel if it is about trading sad stories of oppression, also think of what the English did to the Afrikaner, and again Israel (they also were slaves at one time) also comes to mind, and where they have ended up at this stage in history. It is about having having the right mind set to overcome your circumstances - and maybe the "old" ANC achieved quite a bit of that. Not so sure the young ones has what it takes to really fight - Ju Ju could not even finish his own long walk to Pretoria...

      bad spike - 2011-12-02 13:44

      @DonkeysPolony, Economic privelege, like any other freedom is earned. It is not a right. Ask Shabir Shaik and Jackie Selebi.

      Anthony - 2011-12-02 13:56

      I have a 10inch pipe?

      Dave - 2011-12-02 15:24

      Poor little Juju, can't have all his own way so he's not playing any more------------Big Baby

      LouisC - 2011-12-02 15:44

      @Poloyamonki - I read a quote which I’d like you to think about: “You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it”

      Smell - 2011-12-03 23:55

      This is for Problem Donkey and Flowing Drivel: 1. You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity. 2. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving. 3. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else. 4. You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it! 5. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that is the beginning of the end of any nation.

      Andre - 2011-12-04 09:43

      @ Poly, the African dream is not shattered. Just as people who do not like his ideas get told to "leave", if you like his radical ideas so much, why not move to on of the many failing African nations that have implemented these not well though through ideologies? Oh that's right, they have no economies left, sorry my bad!

  • Maai - 2011-12-02 10:46

    Of course his ideas will live on. The whole of Africa has had the same ideas for decades. Thats why the whole continent is stuffed.

      ngoako.mathekga - 2011-12-02 11:04

      The whole continent was stuffed by colonist followed by few political elites resulting in what we see today. Africa continue to pay the price while Europeans and Americans reap the rewards. It will take double the time of colony to get Africa in par with the rest.

      Go - 2011-12-02 11:07

      @ngoako - its gonna take all of us "double the time" to try and understand what you have written.

      Deeteem - 2011-12-02 11:10

      Hey ngoako, you guys forget you stole the country from the Khoi- San !! Africa as a continent will never be on a par with the rest !!

      Go - 2011-12-02 11:15

      Ngoano - who moved your cheese ??? lol

      Jako - 2011-12-02 11:17

      stop being so weak

      Irene - 2011-12-02 12:02

      @ngoako ~ Please tell us your theory as to why the countries in Africa that were NEVER colonised are also a complete mess and people still living in poverty? I'd just love to hear your explanation on that one. Even leaving the African continent, what reason do you think that Haiti is in the state it's in after 300 years of self-rule?

      PB - 2011-12-02 12:04

      ngoako "followed by few political elites" - the likes of Juliaaaaas, Tokyo, your Mama Teflon Winnie, and 99.9% of the anc government. The Europeans and Americans put a hell of a lot more in than what has been taken out - then and now. Every time your African brothers try to annihilate each other or some natural disaster strikes, they do more than their bit, but with that part you conveniently disregard. If I were you, I'd be more concerned with the Chinese - they are doing a much better job of raping the economy.

      sashdwyer - 2011-12-02 12:17

      @ngoako.mathekga - You are very correct in what you say. Colonists came here, took land that did not belong to them, enslaved the locals and treated them and traded them with total disregard for their human rights. It is easy for us to sit back and tear apart what you stated but its all true. To be honest people are very narrow minded and it is very unfortunate as apartheid is still fresh in the minds of those who witnessed it. I witnessed it and i would not have liked to be in the shoes of those affected. However we all have the power to create the lives we all deserve and we need to move past that. We have a great country and a positive future ahead of us. @Deon - your argument has not validity. I would rather live freely in a mud hut with no luxuries then be put through what black South Africans were put through. They may still be in huts but how can you miss what you never had.

      ngoako.mathekga - 2011-12-02 12:41

      The reason why people don't see this is because racial problems we see. until such time many people realise the importance of respecting each other and seeing things beyond race we will go forward as a continent. trust me, racial conflict will continue until such time both parties acknowledge the faults that includes white Africans. Do not generalize and think that blacks are a failure by nature because of other leaders who failed, that stereo type simply say white people never failed. My statement is free of racial hate and discrimination look at the facts.

      ntombiya - 2011-12-02 14:28

      How Babba Ngoako, the White people brought industry, skills, wealth to us here in Africa, look at the big picture before you speak. We would still be bush people if they were not here.

      Martin - 2011-12-04 01:07

      @ Ngoaka I dont wish to upset you or any other black person for that matter BUT until Africa realizes that their problems are not because of the white man their will be no future for Africa. Think for yourself the last Country in Africa to receive independents is the best one in Africa. Before the white man arrived in Africa, Africa was centuries behind the rest of the world and without the technologies that came with the settlers how would you feed the millions that exist today. Yes Africans payed a price for this but in life there is always a trade off. Africa could heal itself in ten years if the mindset of Africans were to be that they could benefit from the rest of the world if they allowed support structures to be run by people that are obviously better at doing it. Africans are far better athletes than the rest of the world and they have many other traits that could be admired but as for generating wealth and keeping up with the pace of the world, well that certainly is not your strong point. Yes there will always be exceptions to any rule and their is plenty of potential in every African. Why on earth is Africa so obsessed with the raw material being mined and big farms in Africa, leave that to those that do it well and start manufacturing. China has proved that this is the new way to wealth.

  • Go - 2011-12-02 10:50

    Boo hooo hoo big boy, need a kleenex ???????

      Klipkop - 2011-12-02 14:06

      Dont worry he has a kleenex box in his mercs back window, he'll just grab from there.

  • Cuthbert - 2011-12-02 10:50

    They are already DONE with you moron. How long is this reality going sinks into your thick skull. Stop seeking the limelight.

  • Fredster69 - 2011-12-02 10:53

    Sounds like someone that has given up

      Poloyatonki - 2011-12-02 11:16

      But his ideas will stay forever, the African youth will always remember him as leader who fought for what was stolen from our forefathers. Malema will always be my leader, suspended or not.

      Deon - 2011-12-02 11:26

      Stealing won't be tolerated poly. Two wrongs don't make it right.

      Kurt - 2011-12-02 11:29

      @polotonki- if it was not stolen from your forefathers you would still be drawing animals on cave walls instead of commenting on news24

      Breedlike - 2011-12-02 12:06

      Hey polony donkie, why dont you go sit and cry on the stoep of your free house that you didnt work for

      Poloyatonki - 2011-12-02 13:00

      Breedlike.. I deserve that RDP house and you see it on my profile pic. I living in a shack during apartheid. ANC promised me a house if I vote for them, and they kept their promise.

      Breedlike - 2011-12-02 13:17

      @ Polonie donkey, That house was paid for with my tax money that I slaved for, so say thanks.

      Hugh - 2011-12-02 14:55

      @polydonkey, dont try BS your way on this site, some of us know that you only left matric a few yrs ago, and as a 24yr old racist, you get no credit here turd. your BS might impress others who dont know that you are a snot nosed brat with a silver spoon shoved in your face and no squatter moms can afford a Jeppi education. Your Lies dont impress.

      Trudy - 2011-12-02 16:33

      @ Breedlike. YOUR tax money????????????

      Mantsho - 2011-12-02 22:37

      Please continue to expel him.

      Breedlike - 2011-12-03 15:05

      @trudy, dont you pay tax?

  • Chimene - 2011-12-02 10:54

    You're just finished Mr Malema, stay calm and concentrate on farming or ask LOYISO to hire you for LNN news. I don't wanna miss you

      Penny-wise - 2011-12-02 11:04

      Malema's days of finished. He's old news now. Now he speaks and there are no more cameras, no-one is interested in his radically retarded ideas anymore. That ANC have got rid of their biggest downfall. Well done ANC, now maybe your party can start rebuilding it's credibility.

  • jjlambrechts - 2011-12-02 10:54

    cry me a river

  • Gerhard - 2011-12-02 10:54

    Malema must pay close attention to the Selebi ordeal...He is going to walk the same walk to prison. Lets not hope both of them walk the walk to freedom due to ill health.

  • Hermann - 2011-12-02 10:58

    Eisch, the tail keeps on wanting to wag the dog!

  • Hugh - 2011-12-02 11:07

    Just to disappear into the woodwork....

      Go - 2011-12-02 11:12

      @hugh - LOL

  • TheWatcher - 2011-12-02 11:10

    As much as I wanted to see MalEnema gone I was hoping it would be for corruption charges and convictions for racism and hate speach rather then political wranglings from the ANC who decided he was too much of a threat to their control of the party. Still he's gone now and I suppose I should be thankful for that.

      LouisC - 2011-12-02 15:55

      Could it be that this suspension just actually saved him from further investigation and some jail-time?

  • Maai - 2011-12-02 11:18

    Juju I know you must be tempted to slaughter and eat the 20 cattle your uncle Bob gave you, you know, the ones he took from white farmers, but you should rather try and breed them...that way your farming venture might be sustainable. If you get hungry, rather get some KFC. Or Nandos.

  • bafana.skosana - 2011-12-02 11:19

    Viva Malema Viva,

      makesuthink - 2011-12-02 11:26

      Hi BOY nice to support a has been

      ntombiya - 2011-12-02 14:24

      Ay ay ay Babba, you got it all wrong, take your sun glasses off to see and hear the truth - he is finished up !

      Jason - 2011-12-14 12:33

      Bafana, with a wonderfully thought out comment such as the one above, all I can say is, you must have failed std 5 woodwork!

  • martin.vandermerwe - 2011-12-02 11:21

    You are going to follow your'e comrade soon Juju, see ole Jackie is goign to prison fro a loooooooonnnnnnngggggggg time.

  • basie.pretorius - 2011-12-02 11:23

    Just dont kiss him from a STOERE BOER

  • basie.pretorius - 2011-12-02 11:24

    Just dont kiss him from a STOERE BOER

  • Deon - 2011-12-02 11:24

    Legalising theft won't happen, deal with it.

  • kopano.raophala - 2011-12-02 11:26

    its all part of the plan.....

  • Martin - 2011-12-02 11:29


      ntombiya - 2011-12-02 14:22

      Why are you commenting then ??

  • sorryson3 - 2011-12-02 11:32

    JULIAAAAS my friend, Koooonjani ?? Being put out to pasture will give you much needed farming experience !!!

  • satanslord - 2011-12-02 11:37

    He is living proof that man can live without a brain!

      Sunett - 2011-12-02 14:41

      Lol!! Brilliant!

  • Raul - 2011-12-02 11:37

    If we were in Rome, during the Rome Empire and if I was one of the emperors I would send you to the lions in the Roman Circus. As you became too fat,the lions would have plenty of meat to feast.Since this is no longer acceptable in the modern world, I would send you to a circus as a clown.

  • Marion - 2011-12-02 11:41

    Julius will you shut up now. Very few care what you have to say. Get over yourself. Hopefully the Hawks et al will see you go the same way as Jackie Selebi.

  • Mashudu - 2011-12-02 11:42

    No Offence but I'm Just tired of Malema This-Malema that. Malema go Farming and produce fresh meat for S.A

  • Michael - 2011-12-02 11:49

    Julius Malema highlighted unresolved issues that continue to plague the unity of South Africa. Let's see how equel we all are right now by giving individual definition of poverty. This request will make you think about your claiming "likes" for stupid comments.

  • sibusiso.andrew1 - 2011-12-02 11:50

    lets wait for his woodwork exam results and may he will know where to go, remember the other day he was writting a Exam that very few people care to know about. What course? What module? how far is he in his qualification? All we hear is vendeta, vendeta, trust funds, flashy cars, Mangaung.

      Ina - 2011-12-02 13:08

      Political sciences, LOL!

  • sibusiso.andrew1 - 2011-12-02 11:51

    Amen. We are a bit tired of hearing Malema, Malema. What about the results of the exam he was writting. Bekabhalani kahle hle? what was he writting?

      Penny-wise - 2011-12-02 12:07

      3 exams sibu - workworking, bridge construction and manners 101.

  • wnkambule - 2011-12-02 11:53

    What can one do with him?

      wnkambule - 2011-12-02 12:10

      Apart for the fact that he just attached Selebi's "JUDGMENT from THE SUPREME COURT OF APPEAL OF SOUTH AFRICA" on TWITTER

  • KCorsar - 2011-12-02 12:06

    Good, we want you to live in your environment peacefully, not disturb your neighbours, be a good citizen, pay your taxes, farm well and show the youth there is value in looking after farming land well. Good luck!

  • Msholozi - 2011-12-02 12:07

    president JM will lead us in the future, he has our vote

      Sharon - 2011-12-02 12:23

      u bhema insangu whena

      Jason - 2011-12-14 12:48

      You are right, he will lead you into a future, filled with........................... F*CK ALL!!

  • giepievz - 2011-12-02 12:35

    Destroying the rich so that everybody can have nothing is not such a new idea. It worked grandly for the USSR, Cuba, nearly the whole South America, and then of course for that glorious example of the success of the revolution - Africa. Dictators who rule the poor from their palaces is soooo yesteryear. When will Juju start realizing that? He is not a revolutionary, he is just another tinpot despot who was stopped in time.

      Cracker - 2011-12-02 18:09

      So true.

  • raegan.mcreed - 2011-12-02 12:53

    ''DO WHAT YOU WANT WITH ME'' oh boy! since he put it that way, can i toss you in a pit full of pig turd .....

      Maai - 2011-12-02 13:01

      Then you would contaminate perfectly good pig turd...

  • flysouth - 2011-12-02 12:59

    No worries, Julius - your 'beloved' ANC is going to do exactly that to you. They are busy getting the papers ready for the prosecution which should see you tied up in knots in court by the time the conference comes around next year.

  • braamc - 2011-12-02 13:11

    Oh what ever fat face

  • Cynthia - 2011-12-02 13:34

    When are the ANCYL going to wake up and realise that Mal-emma is just in it for himself. Ask him to sell his house and all he owns and give it to the youth for their betterment. What do you think his answer will be?

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  • ntombiya - 2011-12-02 14:19

    Ju bloody agent, go seek sympathy elswhere. We really dont want you around our stunning country.

  • Maxwell - 2011-12-02 14:19

    @ Sharon, you are the one who's smoking dagga.

  • kmphasha - 2011-12-02 14:35

    If you think that adoption No.03 which was adopted on the 26 June 1955 in the Congress of the People at Kliptown will go down with suspension of ANCYL leadership you are wrong and your rather think again. This adoption is long overdue and will fight for its implementation. We will continue with struggle for Economic Freedom in Our Life Time. Long live!!!!! the undying spirit of economic freedom fighters long live!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Nick - 2011-12-02 14:44

      There is Economic Freedom in SA, to achieve it yourself, use your brain, and clasp the the freedom to make choices with both hands.

      Maai - 2011-12-02 14:47

      These brave freedom fighters...the ones that collapse and go to hospital for ailments like flu everytime they get into trouble?

      Ian - 2011-12-02 15:49

      yawn yawn, boring, next

      Theuns.Van - 2011-12-02 16:33

      Economic freedom??? If you idiots want ecomomic freedom start with getting an education

      satanslord - 2011-12-02 17:24

      @KMP...,I like your comment. You remind me of when I was young and stupid.

      Johan - 2011-12-02 21:24

      It is clear that your understanding of economic freedom is to take something that you didn't work for.

      Jason - 2011-12-14 12:47


  • Winsome - 2011-12-02 15:03

    Smoke & Mirrors.

  • John - 2011-12-02 15:15

    Shame hey!

  • Ian - 2011-12-02 15:48

    oh ffs grow up you alcoholic has been

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  • Lorrin - 2011-12-02 16:02

    Geewizz - I would be here for two weeks coming up with ideas on what we need to do with this fat prat... let me start. Number 1)....

  • Pieter - 2011-12-02 16:43

    Don't fool yourself Malema. We will first have to use the watercannon on you to clean you, then use teargas on you, to fumigate you, and then shoot you with rubberbullets to tenderize you, before our dogs will even consider biting you. Before that time, no-one has a wish to touch a slimeball with no respect for any authority or civilization. Don't consider your behavior, a culture. You only exhibit pagan rituals and habits, nothing else.

  • Mark - 2011-12-02 16:47

    "Malema said his suspension was driven by those in the ANC opposed to the Youth League's radical policy proposals." The man's astuteness is breathtaking - how did he figure that out?

  • Gregory Jurgens - 2011-12-02 17:40

    Sweet can I kick you in the head ?

  • Peter - 2011-12-02 17:56

    Julius, beware the ides! Jackie has gone down, if you have been dabbling in our cookie jar you will be next

  • An observer - 2011-12-02 18:06

    Hitler's ideas live on, believe it or not. So do those of Satan. Having ideas is no criteria for being of sound judgement. If I could deal with you however, I would banish you to Robben Island. Not as a prisoner, but as a floor sweeper. You do not deserve to follow in the footsteps of Madiba.

  • Enlightened - 2011-12-02 18:38

    Sounds like uncle Julius is likening himself to some of the great thinkers of history, Schopenhauer,Kant, Nietzsche, I wonder whom he considers to be his inspiration. Regardless, I don't think he has read Marx's Das kapital or Mao's little red book. In any case,Nothing of what Fats has said are his ideas.The only thing that has been established in about 50 countries is that they don't work. He has obviously heard some distant bells ringing and now he is trying to re create the sound, not being quite sure what the message is all about

      Nikki Bodenstein - 2011-12-02 21:37

      So true!