Malema warns ANC leaders

2011-06-19 23:21

Johannesburg - ANC youth leader Julius Malema's message to the mother body was clear on Sunday - move with the youth, or move out.

His closing address to the African National Congress Youth League conference in Johannesburg contained thinly veiled warnings to ruling party leaders, militant talk about land invasion and angry demands for better youth league representation in party ranks.

In a speech that went on for longer than an hour, Malema again vowed to take land and mines, and told "leaders" of the ANC that they needed to join the revolution of the "economic freedom fighters" - or else.

"We want a radical policy shift, we need courageous men and women to lead our people," said Malema, throwing open the succession debate ahead of the ANC's next elective conference in 2012.

In an address with many references to "white monopoly capital", he warned: "There's nobody who is going to stand before us. Nobody is going to stand before this moving tree of economic freedom fighters.

"They want to change the material conditions of South Africa and they are not asking for permission."

And if the "leadership of the ANC" did "not join us" then the masses would take over.

"If you are not careful, you will be led by the masses," said Malema.


"The ANC must lead the people. The ANC must lead with the people. We are asking for leadership.

"We don't want to remove anybody. We don't want to remove you."

But, he said, it was the youth league's task to hold ruling party leaders to task.

"We must be able to talk about our leaders on whether they are adhering to the mandate, and that does not mean we are passing a motion of no confidence against the sitting leadership."

He said the discussion about leadership was to make the leadership aware of their mistakes.

"We must not be technical about our leaders. We need to be honest about them. Once you suppress that, the leaders will find that they have left the people behind - exactly what happened in Polokwane."


He said the youth wanted to reclaim their land and they needed leadership.

In the absence of the leadership, they would do it themselves.

"There is no way comrade leadership, there is no way you can be diplomatic about the issue of land."

Malema said the ANC resolved in Polokwane that the willing seller, willing buyer system was not working to redistribute land.

But the ANC had failed so far to find an alternative.

"We are giving you an alternative, expropriation of the land without compensation."

On the nationalisation of mines, he said the newly elected leadership of the youth league would rather be expelled from the ANC than compromise themselves on that demand.

"We are carrying your mandate and we will protect the policy on the nationalisation of mines. We will rather be expelled protecting it."

He angrily warned that those within the ANC who had wanted him out of his position, would not succeed.

50% youth representation

Malema said Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal youth league members were told not to vote for him.

The latter refused R2 000 bribes while some Mpumalanga officials put their jobs on the line by supporting Malema, he said.

Malema called for 50% youth representation in the ruling party. "If the ANC has got two delegates, one must be young."

The same rule should be applied during the election of leaders, said Malema, who has been pushing for his predecessor, Fikile Mbalula, to replace ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe.

At the end of his speech, he thanked those who had supported him - specifically mentioning ANC treasurer general Mathews Phosa.

He also gave a long thank you message to Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, who was welcomed on Sunday by delegates singing, "Motlanthe, my president."

Motlanthe, in his address, agreed that land reform was happening too slowly, but warned that any debate around it should happen within a "constitutional framework".


The Freedom Front Plus, meanwhile, called on farmers to "safeguard" themselves, in reaction to Malema's vow to "take the land without payment".

Back at the conference venue at Gallagher Estate in Midrand, Johannesburg, delegates were getting ready to celebrate through the night after being told by Malema: "Now you have to party."

  • micellv - 2011-06-19 23:36

    Courageous men and women. To follow suit on Malema's bull in a china shop demeanor? The only place you are leading SA's economy is down the drain. Threatening the hand that feeds you has the real world at least.

      cliffarc - 2011-06-20 07:49

      - And while all this is going on and as we witness this meglomaniac Malema tearing the country apart, the Anc leadership has fallen silent. Are we witnessing a usurption of power and change of leadership in the Anc ? Is the Anc still in charge, or has their vote buying Malema plan gone horribly wrong ? It defies all logic, that a youth league could admonish and scold it's parent body without reprecussions, yet this is what Malema is doing with total impunity.Where is the sanity in all this ? Will the real Anc stand up and reassert their authority, or is this the start of dark and dangerous period in our history ? Nothing short of an immediate an outright condemnation and castigation together with an expulsion order ,will prevent this Malema onslaught and with it the demise of the country. Is there any wisdom left in the Anc's brainstrust,or any backbone balls and leadership to stop this madness and save this sinking ship, or are we condemned to a Malemadom future ?

      piesang - 2011-06-20 08:04

      malema al daai supporters van jou moet hulle nie werk nie is snaaks vanaand gaan hulle terug plakkers kamp toe en jy loop in jou mansion in hulle het nie eers kos nie jy eet altyd kfc kyk hoe duk is jy ek kan dit nie verstaan nie moet al daai supporters van jou nie in die skool wees nie want lyk my hulle weet nie waarvoor hulle stem nie.

      Jazz - 2011-06-20 08:06

      What Can the ANC leaders do? If they ban him from the ANC they loose a high percentage of their voters. The ones that blindly follows like donkey's. I DARE the leaders of the ANC to expel him from the party. If you dont You follow his ideology and idiotic ideas... then you are worse than the previous government and condemn this country to back into the middle ages and dictatorship

      Risen Ape - 2011-06-20 08:37

      Ha ha ha, the ANC have created their own Frankenstein.

      onetickie - 2011-06-20 08:59

      @Jazz: The ANC can do nothing because of their short-sightedness and allowing this useless parasite to develop into the monster it now is. The ANC old dogs will be joining the unemployment lines like the people the have let down. the zoo won't be able to afford his luxuries & all those wives when the parasitic jARSE is president.

      Rolie - 2011-06-20 09:05


      Andrew - 2011-06-20 09:14

      The tactic going forward for the opposition to the ANC is "divide and rule" and Malema is our best weapon

      Tolerant - 2011-06-20 09:33

      Noir, to get somwehere in life, you have to work for it. Malema want's to legalise theft.

      50something - 2011-06-20 09:58

      @ Noir. please join the ANCYL - you deserve each other

      alicia - 2011-06-20 10:01

      I think I see the Older ANC Leaders shaking in their Boots! I am now convinced they are terrified of this young Idiot and the Rabble that follow him. He is completely out of control, has such a blown up Ego, he thinks he is THE LEADER OF SOUTH AFRICA, and those who do not agree, better beware. They have created a Monster!

      zoisite - 2011-06-20 11:34

      Ons het genoeg gehad van rasistiese haat en geweld in Suid-Afrika. Stop Julius Malema NOU! We've had enough of racial hatred and violence in South Africa. Stop Julius Malema NOW! Gaan asb in website en teken petisie asb. Sign the petition to the United Nations International Criminal Court, please.

      TheUgly - 2011-06-20 11:41

      malema represents the anc. There has been no statements made from the ANC that they disagree with malema's values, thus they support it. He preaches a gospel of war. If he wants to live by the sword, he'll have to die by the sword.

      DoublySalmon - 2011-06-20 12:06 In the framework of: explain to why you're afraid of genocide. What you say on this forum doesn't matter, but you can make a difference if you express your fears to an international authority.

      Susannomore - 2011-06-20 12:20

      I am convinced that he is suffering from Neurosyphillis... Brain has turned to mush

      Derek - 2011-06-20 20:13

      @Refilwemu Be careful what you wish for. Maybe your perception will change one day when photographers become famous for taking photos of starving kids trying to crawl away from vultures here in SA.

      hugsxhisses - 2011-06-20 21:00

      WARNING BELLS FOR SOUTH AFRICA to take this latest policy proposal seriously, to identify the likely consequences of the proposal, and to prepare for the eventuality of the State going ahead with seizing all or part of South Africa’s agricultural land. Be cautioned strongly against taking Government assurances to the contrary to heart particularly when viewed against the track record of that same Government in nationalising mineral and water rights and in proposing legislation to seize any fixed or movable property WITHOUT paying compensation.

      Chuck - 2011-06-20 22:34

      You cannot use the word MENTALITY when referring to Malema. This implies a level of mental functionality which in reality is not present. The situation with Malema is that he performs his various quasi human functions without having the capacity to appreciate the consequences of his actions, he is completely incapable of empathy. He can mimic other beings but does so without comprehension. He is totally ego centric having no regard to others or their reactions or their responses to his behaviour. He exists in a childlike state requiring gratification simply on a to see is to want level, failing to understand notions of property, ownership or rights. You aint going to change this, not today, tomorrow or in the future and this is a sad fact.

      craig - 2011-06-21 08:15

      @micellv try explaining that to a monkey, these people have no idea how economics work, they want without working for it and will kill for it as well. I think something is seriously wrong with the brain of some black people, they totally lack the understanding and logic of normal people.

      khani - 2011-06-21 11:16

      Malema is worth millions, and the only way a person so stupid can become so rich is through corruption and to support a stupid leader like that one has to have a brain the size of a pea, its the only way a normal person can understand the situation.

      alicia - 2011-06-21 12:54

      “It's always darkest before it turns absolutely pitch black.”

      Jo - 2011-06-21 13:59

      Actually, it takes real courage to resist being part of a mob. There's no courage at all in being swept along by a militant crowd.

      Bra.T - 2011-06-29 14:57

      what you are saying is madness hand that feeds you bull, its more like threatening the oppressor u people are oppressing us daily

      SageScion - 2011-08-01 12:52

      Die morsige aap-gevreet gaan nog iets reg kry, soort soek soort, en daar is baie ape in Suid Afrika wat soe n dom ding kan volg tot by die eindpunt van n kraans. Spring! Vir my is dit logies wat sal gebeur. Ek weet net een ding,dit is nie moontlik vir n mens om soe onnosel te wees nie.

  • nOs.gUrU - 2011-06-19 23:37

    Seems take-over time is upon us! I hope we do not head the Zim way. This Malema guy has gutts I give yo that. And he is vocal about his motive\agenda, and no one will stand on his path it seems. Its a wait & see game I guess!! Popcorns handy, don't shoot me in my chair please.

      emile.marais - 2011-06-20 03:14

      Makes two of us watching the show. No point shouting here and cursing any more. This is South Africa after all and it is definitely still a wild west country out here...

      Jazz - 2011-06-20 08:26

      Fact is that we can write here WHATEVER we want. No one will do anything against him. It will blow over and we the South African population, ESPECIALLY the whites, can stand on our heads and ..... (you know the saying) there's NOTHING we can do about him or his followers. NOTHING...

      Hads - 2011-06-20 08:39

      We are there already

      Tolerant - 2011-06-20 09:35

      We can prevent the ANC to get 2/3 majority as they need that to change the constitution. Vote ANC below 67%.

      Creeky - 2011-06-20 10:13

      How many people in SA, Black and White, have contemplated placing a SLUG BETWEEN THE FAT BOOI'S EYES? Has to be LOADS!!!

      Kenno - 2011-06-20 11:33

      @Masendeakho...Absolutely correct! Give him the land he wants..Preferably a plot in Westpark Cemetary!

      Richie - 2011-06-20 13:56

      Malema has absolutely no comprehension of economics! He has not suggested once how all his utterances will work? Anybody, that has half a brain can understand that wealth is not a fixed thing that can be split ... without incentive wealth will dissipate, land is paid for by profit of running efficient business, when land is "taken", the banks still need their money, if they don’t get it... they FAIL, ask Zimbabwe. We don’t give away our minerals the mines pay us for it, they just make a profit for running efficient businesses.... just look to Aurora to see how that will end. Any idiot can see what he suggests is totally impossible, impractical and would lead to a definite demise of this country in no-time. YET, everybody just reports, talks on what he says without hi-lighting the FACT that what he says is; all of the above i.e. ridiculous without no base in reality.

      johan - 2011-06-20 15:46


      LBS - 2011-06-20 17:53

      Shoe, CrazyIvan, are you not afraid the Intelligence Dept or Hawks will come after you? A lot of us feel this way, but...

      Crazy Ivan - 2011-06-20 21:57

      @LBS Nope, not at all and no South African should be. Its that exact fear that you have that lets this wanker and the rest of the little Hitlers get away with what they do. WW2 could of been avoided if the Germans stood up and said NO, here and no further! We can and MUST do the same.

      Crazy Ivan - 2011-06-20 22:07

      @LBS Sorry forgot to address your fear about the hawks. No, they cant even track down the many criminals in SA that physically commit a crime. How do you go from that to tracking cash and digital personalities in an environment where there's nothing tangible, where opinons can be voiced, websites hosted as an international right that cannot be controlled? Why is 'Pirate Bay' still running and cannot be stopped even when the whole movie industry is against them, same reason. Yes, IP addresses can be traced, but thats it.

  • Peter - 2011-06-19 23:53

    We are destined for failure, that's for sure. it's just a matter of time, and the time seems to be running out.

      Diamond Dog - 2011-06-20 00:20

      I truely feel sorry for the old and frail. They will suffer the most in the end . . .

      Orca - 2011-06-20 08:07

      This man is addressing the gross injustices of the past - at long last.

      cliffarc - 2011-06-20 08:25

      - @ Orca - Hmm - and at the same time he is also destroying the country and your future. Time will reveal all to you suckers and blind fools.

      Kevin - 2011-06-20 08:33

      I feel sorry for the old ,the poor ,the young but if the collective anc stands behind this mad man I will know that all aid and charity money we whites donate must immediately be stopped as it would be a waste on such bad humans who support evil people.

      Manningi - 2011-06-20 13:16

      Stop talking Ju-ju and DO something

      Enuff - 2011-06-20 13:23

      @Orca - This man is creating gross injustices for the future - stop him now!

      Jack - 2011-06-20 16:36

      Jew in Germany 1935 = white man in RSA 2011

      LBS - 2011-06-20 17:57

      @ Orca and his cronies : What injustices? It's not about Apartheid any longer, it's now "the Whites stole the land" bull dust! (It was traided for with Cattle, etc!) and it is only an easy way out for Malemma's kind to just TAKE without working for it again. Nigga Minna (gee my nog!!!) They all jump on the band wagon now and like the idea of just taking everything from the Whites. Well, let's see what happens in the end, they will rot in poverty!

      king-louie - 2011-06-21 00:37

      We, the white tribe of Africa (the only tribe well capable of creating, sustaining and developing a decent civilization on the whole continent) are in need of not just our own ‘homeland’, but a forced removal to such a place. The current Boswell Wilkie Act and its resident clowns could dump us, the whites, in ANY region or area they wished, be it arid, wet, humid, rocky, flat of lush, it would not make a difference. Within a matter of months, we would have organized ourselves, our talents would have been identified, put to good use, appreciated, and relied on, we would have started our own economy, our owe food chain, our own schooling systems, and we would have a very small policing institution due to the fact that the white man is not prone to criminal activity, and can, and does, remain civilized, even in large concentrated numbers, unlike our fellow countrymen, the native bantus. I would guarantee that, within one year, we would have a better organized, better run country and leadership structure than the best of what the ‘natives’ could come up with in 17 years in SA, but also in the last 2000 years in the whole of Africa, including the previous government, because unlike them, we would not meddle in the matters of the ‘natives’ and would therefore not be pouring endless amounts of resources into the bottomless pit that is black Africa.

      Chris - 2011-06-21 15:52

      @king-louie...this is the best comment i have read all day and i would love to join in that new country and get rid of the parasites our tax money keeps alive.

  • baasdingane - 2011-06-20 00:03

    More malema news......STOP PLACING THIS BUFFOON IN THE SPOTLIGHT. News24 has become a farce.

      mjomane - 2011-06-20 04:56

      are you mad? we need to keep watch of this "buffoon" he may well likely become our next president. in fact i want to read more about him. his personal life and dealings, everything!

      McDaNife - 2011-06-20 08:01

      I agree with you baasdingane News24 has elevated this moron to greater heights. Keep him of the spotlight I say. The other options is to get our white coloured and Indians to join the ANCYL, this will have to be done I am afraid. In that way one would be able to question malema on his race attacks. I am not sure everybody will agree with me on this but looking at the current situation of the ANCYL if you cannot beat em then join em.

      Paul - 2011-06-20 08:04

      Yes lets all bury our heads in the sand ....and then all will be fine !

      Dan Grey - 2011-06-20 08:24

      The thinking that Malema will disapear if the media stops covering him is a fools folly. Malema's supporters won't disappear and they do not follow the main stream media. Keep us informed News24. Mark my words. The banks and the mines will be nationalized. There will be mass civil unrest. unrest. We might even see the UN here in due time.

      gideon groenewald - 2011-06-20 08:43

      If we did not know what the ANCYL were up to , the will conspire without us knowing. I am not afraid of the ANCYL, they may have a say in the ANC, but they have no say in this country. All they do is make noise. The ANC will loose many of its supporters, should Malema climb the ranks and this will lead to a more healthy democracy. I say let him be, he is his own demise.

      Susannomore - 2011-06-20 09:48

      So now I am not to know of these rantings. Anything which he says is to be kept out of the news because YOU believe thta giving him airtime is promoting him. Oh no friend, this is stuff we need to know so that we can defend ourselve properly when the time comes.

      Boerseun - 2011-06-20 11:34

      I wish it was as simple as ignoring the "buffoon", but the problem is very real and you have to simply take notice of the dangerous course he is setting for the immediate and long term destruction of the strongest economic force in Africa. You obviously have not been listening to what Malema spews, nor taken note of his enormous support and popularity his "buffoonism" enjoys. There are millions who share his intense hatred and radicalism. He has been let loose, and now preaches from a position of power. Ignore him at your own peril. Fasten your seatbelts - it's going to be a rough ride!!

  • Franz - 2011-06-20 00:04

    "the youth wanted to reclaim their land and they needed leadership" Im a youth... Wait, does that mean I just get land? Well it is My land so why not?

  • jspaey - 2011-06-20 00:08

    Wow News24. Are you going to publish the same article 20 times? This site is becoming a joke.

      FaxM8 Fax - 2011-06-20 09:09

      Its always been a joke ,

      Gorilla - 2011-06-20 09:26

      Why are you here then?

  • fuzzy333 - 2011-06-20 00:13

    OMG is this twat still alive..can some one please beat him to death with a baseball bat and call it a mercy killing..or stab him in the back 57 times and call it suicide..

      Diamond Dog - 2011-06-20 00:52

      Fortunately/unfortunately we need the mongrel. Who else to push us into civil war. I sincerely hope most of you know how to handle weaponry or to at least survive the initial fallout. Training is easy under duress combined with the fury of knowing you have lost loved ones. This bastard can push his agenda freely because he knows or is too ignorant to understand that he will not be part of the cannon fodder. He will languish in the best laid out tent whilst his brothers perish by the thousands. I have seen war and am quite sure that I will see war again in my lifetime. I migght not survive but I know I have a better chance than the next guy who has no combat or weapons training. We were not meant to be next to eachother due to our history and our cultures. This is going to cause a cataclysmic reaction that will rip this country and the region asunder. The writing is on the wal. North and sentral Africa is burning which is inspiring the locals down here. They wish to make a change. Violence is ultimately their only option as is witnessed elsewhere. Unfortunately we live in a very diversed society which makes for a very volatile and extremely unstable situation. Malema does not know what he is calling for.

      Boels - 2011-06-20 07:32

      NO, NO, NO!!! If he gets killed, he will be seen as a martyr! Do you really want to contribute to that kind of legacy?

      ZipZap - 2011-06-20 08:18

      Orca: bring it.

      Threelions23 - 2011-06-20 10:19

      @Orca: Look at the top 50 richest people in SA they are mostly Black, Malema is filthy rich, But its always the whites and privilages... Why dont you ask the ANC where the Millions of Strong currency old ZAR Rand went and what it was used for as it SHOULD have been used to build your economy and education.

  • Patrick - 2011-06-20 00:14

    This guy is a cancer. It needs radical surgery to cut it out. The top ANC guys with there soft shoe " chemotherapy" approach to handling this buffoon will live to regret it. They have a tiger by the tail, and they know it now. It would not surprise me if the ANC adopted the old Nat method and ol Juju suddenly met with an unfortunate "accident".

      Orca - 2011-06-20 08:29

      You will live to regret it, pal.

      cliffarc - 2011-06-20 09:40

      - @orca - not as much as you will regret having Malema ruining your life.

      Enuff - 2011-06-20 09:57

      @Orca - perhaps you need to visit Zim and see for yourself how you're gonna live to regret!

      Psychotron - 2011-06-20 10:31

      @orca - man that would be the happiest day in the history of SA. Malema having a little accident, I like it.

      Flexy - 2011-06-20 11:07

      @ Patric, ANC does not believe in the way old NAtS did things. There might be certain individuals in the party who are capable and might innitiate such act but not the party. Politics is a dirty game. It is not as if ANC top leafership does not realise what Mal Emma is doing they are just worried about their position.

      Greg van Vuuren - 2011-06-20 11:10

      my question is this... do all south africans really have such hate for each other?? or is this clown being a bit of a Don King? War solves nothing but leaves behind devastation and pain. @Orca, when bullets are flying around your head, and you lose your loved ones... what will you say about Malema then? will he still be your hero???

      Kenno - 2011-06-20 11:38

      @Orca and you probably WONT live to regret it. Your dumb hero is screwing this country and where to from here? Into the sea? Malema is busy stealing as much as he can (just like mad bob u[p the road) and you idiots cant see it! You are a sad pathetic person, who clearly has cares about RSA surviving! In short, you are a fool!

      jack - 2011-06-21 18:14

      Orca is a racist troll... don't listen to him

  • Diamond Dog - 2011-06-20 00:15

    "Now you have to party." I await with bated breath the news of delegates meeting the ancestors after them joining with some concrete barriers and bridges tonight.

  • Jack - 2011-06-20 00:19

    And after the all night party, most delegates will remember from his speeches "take the whites out'. This is an open invitation to ignore the constitution and take the law in your own hands.

  • Sense - 2011-06-20 00:21

    Daar sit klomp honger ouens in shacks oral in die land... En hierdie ou is die enigste een wat vir hulle 'n pad uit belowe. Maak nie vir hulle saak dat hy blatante leuens verkoop nie, hy belowe vir hulle 'n kortpad boontoe. Zille se pad, hel, selfs Zuma se pad is te lank om te loop, te moeilik... Hulle soek rykdom en hulle soek dit nou! Moeilikheid menere... Groot moeilikheid...

      Diamond Dog - 2011-06-20 00:38

      Bring dit. Ons is ook al lank al gatvol en lus vir 'n geveg. Dis mos eintlik in ons bloed. Die groot fout wat in die verlede om nie 'n grootskaalse oorlog te geniet het nie. Blameer dit op die hyenas wat gepoog het om ons op guerrila oorlog vlak aan te vat. Daar kom 'n tyd in enige wese se bestaan dat dit werklik getoets word. Ons sit al vir te lank en stoom in gemors. Tyd dat ons bietjie skoonmaak. Dit gan nie mooi wees nie en baie gaan ten gronde gaan oor 'n baie lank tydperk. Dit mag dalk so lank duur dat sommige nie eers kan onhou waaroor dit gaan nie. Maar, dit sal glorieryk wees en betalend aan die einde. 100 Jaar later sal dit weer herhaal word. Net met ander karakters. Don't you just love nature. K@k gaan kom. Dis 'n natuurlike verskynsel. Mag ons mense net bietjie hul oe oopmaak en ophou le agter die TV en smag na nog 'n rugby/krieket game of braai dan sal hul sien in watter gedrang hul werklik is.

      Marcell - 2011-06-20 03:12

      Jammer, maar ek moet saam met jou stem.

      emile.marais - 2011-06-20 03:21

      Ouens Suid-Afrika is maar 'n mal land met mal mense. Ek is seker ons kon beter vir onself gedoen het as dié? Ons vir jou Suid-Afrika, my hart is maar seer as ek daai woorde sê.

      ZipZap - 2011-06-20 08:21

      Orca: Again, BRING IT. Ive got 15 items for things like you.

      Mgayi - 2011-06-20 08:32

      @Sense Meeste van ons is bekomerd oor voorige transaksies tussen die land eienaars en die regering, en ook die tydperk wat verloop voor die twee groepe kan saam stem oor die pryse. in elk geval Mnr Malema se beloftes vir land expropriation is nie realistiese nie , maar die land eienaars moet ook deel van die oplossing wees.

      gideon groenewald - 2011-06-20 08:54

      Dit is hartseer mense. Ek het regtig gehoop die land kom by, maar met mense met sulke duistere ideologie, gaan rassisme lewendig bly in generasies wat volg. Ek is lief vir my land en sal altyd bly. Ek is lief vir my nasie en ook my mede burgers, wit, swart of bruin, maar die gewelddadige ideologie waarna almal strewe is glad nie wat De Klerk en Madiba in gedagte gehad het nie. Ek is moeg vit baklei, baklei vir basiese regte, baklei vir basiese dienslewering, baklei vir werk, baklei vir ‘n land wat homself versmoor deur haat en rassisme. Daar kom ‘n tyd wat jy moet besef dat gee nie om hoe mooi die skip is nie, hy lei skipbreuk.

      zoisite - 2011-06-20 09:06

      Ek stem heeltemal saam met jou en Diamond Dog. Bring it on. Ons jeug is te passief en dit gaan TE goed met die Afrikaners. Hulle beweeg net as dit sleg en moeilik gaan.

  • JustMe - 2011-06-20 00:29

    Many Bullets One Malema!

  • Lennox - 2011-06-20 00:55

    Lol....The land originally belonged to the youth, the majority of whom are in their early twenties and were born round about 1990, how did they manage to own the land which was apparently stolen from them before they were born?. Economic freedom by reclaiming land from the whites, that same land will be left dormant or replaced with informal settlements, not utilised to put food on their table, more starvation. I say hand over running of our country back to the white folk who know what they are doing, as we are heading towards the creation of a banana republic, we are doomed with these guys running the country as there will be nothing left for anyone in the end. The facts speak for themselves throughout Africa......Angola/Mozambique/Zimbabwe,etc.

      nn.prv - 2011-06-20 07:28

      Welcome to the reality Mr White Folk.This redistribution can be delayed but not forever.It is going to happen. Whoever said that white youths are not going to get land? They will. Land is for everyone as RSA is for all those that live in it. So let it be shared!I love this debate!!

      Willem Olivier - 2011-06-20 07:53

      As a white person I also don't really like your comment. Education is the key, plenty of black farmers out there that are succesfull. Education is the only thing that would work in the long run.

      MasendeAkho - 2011-06-20 08:53

      ammpike, ever heard of fullstops?

  • W Mukori - 2011-06-20 01:03

    I am a black Zimbabwean and like so many of my fellow country men and women applauded Mugabe's promise of mass prosperity through various black empowerment schemes including nationalisation of many key industries and taking away the white owned farms. Julius Malema has clearly learned a lot from Mugabe because he is now expounding the same rhetoric. Mugabe did not allow for any real national debate on any of his hare brain schemes and it is interesting to note that Malema is stampeding ANC into nationalising mines, etc. Yes Mugabe and his cronies have become multi millionaires but at the expense of destroying the national economy, Zimbabwe’s economy shrunk by a staggering 84% in the six year period 2002 to 2008, and turned million of our people into abject poverty. The same will happen to SA if the country goes down the same path! No nation has ever prospered by looting, that is a fact!

      Jack - 2011-06-20 01:37

      Thank you for the reminder. the only problem is that this fools support base are being brainwashed by revolutionary talks.

      Datbrotherfromthestates - 2011-06-20 01:40

      see the truth for yourselves folks!

      Montlhabaki - 2011-06-20 02:20

      Did you vote him out of power ? I dont think so.

      emile.marais - 2011-06-20 03:24

      Logic fails the majority of South Africans it seems.

      Neyven - 2011-06-20 06:33

      @Datbrother.... Another guy talking about things he knows nothing about. Most farm land, under dispute, belonging to whites in South Africa has been in their possession for approaching 100 years, in some cases as early as 1840, invalidating his comments about their Indians. Sitting Bull beat Custer in the Dakotas (Little Big Bend) after the American Civil war, thus after 1864. He should rather explain how Zimbabwe, a country once described as the bread basket of Africa, has now become a nett importer of food, and a exporter of his citizens.

      radarblip - 2011-06-20 06:51


      radarblip - 2011-06-20 06:55

      @Monthlabaki: actually we tried to vote him out in 2008 but what happened? he turned the whole thing around and had a "run off" election when he realised that he had totally lost. we waited for i think it was 5 WEEKS for the election results that had to be altered and shuffled so that he could cling to power. this is what we can expect from malema. he already shows that he doesn't like any competition - put him in leadership and he will do anything and everything to stay in power, at the expense of his own people who put him there. just wait and see.....

      Dan Grey - 2011-06-20 08:30

      @ W Mukori Malema aims to do the same in South Africa, as what Mugabe did in Zim. The only difference is that the Zimbabweans fled South to South Africa. South Africans won't be able to flee South in search of work and food. What is coming in this country will be something the world has not witnessed in a long, long time.

      Enuff - 2011-06-20 10:51

      This is what I don't understand. Malema's followers encounter and interact with Zimbos (and others from all over Africa) on a daily basis. Surely the question "Why are you here?" has come up! I was born in Zim and left many, many years ago. I chat to Zimbos about "home" whenever I get the opportunity and their comments are always the same - Mugabe raped the country and the same is happening here. Why do we as South Africans refuse to learn from the rest of Africa?

      Zorro - 2011-06-20 11:25

      Thanks mr Mukori - and quite obvious! I hope mr Malema will keep on with his ignorant remarks on SACP, Cosatu and policies. If the alliance is gone then we have a better chance of a better distribution of votes - and no party will have outright majority. Then the country could be properly governed. In the meantime - it seems that the problem is not only woodwork - it is also the greed for power! Zorro

      khoi007 - 2011-06-20 16:45

      i think you are missing the point, Malema did not say anything about looting, he said to nationalize the mines and to give the land back to their right full owners. Yes Mugabe was over thrown with greed and hanged onto the leadership role in ZIM, we in MZANZI have a constitution that will render all of these so called false believes. Yes the whites have done alot for MZANZI, and will still have a great impact on this country, but please understand their is to many of our people suffering still while the economy is in the hands of a couple white capatalized. Yes comrade Malema, will become president sooner than later.Please understand, you cannot take something from someone and after years believe you do not have to give back to that person that belongs to that person, yes we need to live in peace with each other for our children and their children, but we cannot ignore the past, lets share the spoils of the economy more so that all can have a share.

      Derek - 2011-06-21 00:43

      @khoi007. It's a bit more complicated than that, mate. What we need is a leader that is truly inspirational. Who can reason logically, not emotionally. What we DON'T need is a leader that further polarizes our country. Do you really think everything will all of a sudden get better when land is taken from the whites and given to the blacks? I think not... Injustices from the past, all capital in the hands of the minority, say what you want. The inconvenient truth is, the ONLY thing that will help uplift the black masses is education, education, education. In the end, The Julius approach will be lose-lose for all of us...

  • multicore - 2011-06-20 01:24

    On a positive note people at least have a fair warning of things to come. Anyone who still believe SA is a utopia should not complain a few years down the line when it all comes crashing down (not that SA is currently a brilliant country). Malema told you what he wants to do and with the ANC failing their youth, he will be the one who sets the record straight. Of course we all know it will end in disaster but the least you can do now is to save yourself and your loved ones. It is now time to think of an exit strategy from SA.

      unknwnartist - 2011-06-20 08:22

      Its my country too!! im staying. Im Working on making a difference, its gonna take about two years though. Time for the lighter shade of skin to stop throwing comments from the couch and stand up.

      multicore - 2011-06-20 13:11

      Well good luck with that unknwnartist. I hope your 2 year plan works out. On a more realistic note though, I can only imagine how busy the call centre is this morning processing applications to write the English proficiency test require to immigrate to Oz - probably fully booked for months ahead. In my opinion the white population will soon start to drastically decline. Not only does whites have fewer children than blacks but the child bearing generation are those who leaves for greener pastures - so a double whammy.

  • Azazel - 2011-06-20 01:39

    Planet of the Apes!!!

      Mark - 2011-06-20 02:06

      Monkeys run this place!

      squeegeepilot - 2011-06-20 07:37

      Azazel, this seems to be your one and only contribution on every site I read. Perhaps you need to watch a different movie with great meaning to you called "Dumb and Dumber". - 2011-06-20 08:16

      Oh! No my friends - if this place was run by apes it would be damn near perfect! Please do not compare apes with these so called humans!

      African'shtr - 2011-06-21 10:48

      its your mother

  • John Wilderness - 2011-06-20 01:47

    I have said it before and will say it again like a stuck record. Keep on humiliating, insulting and dis-empowering black people and you will end up with Malema as your president.

      Frankie - 2011-06-20 02:20

      Why does it take two people to right one stupid article? They should just ignore this Boggom Ju Ju.

      Mike-O - 2011-06-20 03:56

      Just how is 8% of the population disempowering the majority who have all the power and have set structures in place to protect the majority form this small percentage in every aspect of life? And as for insults and racism - black people are spewing rasist remarks in political speeches, on tv, and humiliating white in an international forum etc etc - far more significant and dangerous, no? Malema will be president no matter what, they all believe they can have money and live like him. Just wonder what each share of 'white wealth' will be, distributed to 10s of millions (and growing by the day) people who will never provide for themselves - maybe a cent or two each? With at least 10 families standing in line for the same property?

      daaivark - 2011-06-20 07:12

      Excellent remark, JOhn.

      ZipZap - 2011-06-20 08:23

      yeah you right. the black people of this country are stupid enough to vote for just that.

      Dan Grey - 2011-06-20 08:33

      John's logic is faulty. He thinks that what is happening is because whites insult blacks, but blacks are murdering the whites in any case. The root of the problem is the black man's inability to get educations. He wants the nice house with the BMW, but is unable to get through school.

      onetickie - 2011-06-20 08:53

      @John Wilderness. What a pathetic comment. In 1994 when President Mandela was SA's leader the country was in unison, everybody had hope. Don't blame those that are not wearing blinkers and speaking the obvious for the chaos in SA now. The ANC is the reason for SA's current woes: allowing a cretin like malema to run wild and having useless parasites being paid for jobs they are not qualified to do.

      cliffarc - 2011-06-20 09:50

      - @ John W - That has to be the weakest argument posted on this site. Who's doing all the humiliating and insulting you blind idiot. So you're suggesting that if whites start praising blacks and simply hand over all everthing ,our problems in this country will all disappear ? What a fool !

      Flexy - 2011-06-20 11:25

      @ John, good point you making there brother. I also happened to be dark skinned & I do not see myself voting for a so called white party. Reading these commkjents in this site simply re-affirms my suspicion and mistrust of white people. I do not fully agree with the proposewd media bill by the gov but I sometimes think too much freedom is dangerous. You are insulting people that the majority of SA citezen look up to.It is not funny.

      khoi007 - 2011-06-20 16:49

      such true words JOhn, and they dont seem to listen to you, why, let me answer that for you in a simple way, ignorance, thats what it is called, and o yes white pride

      W Mukori - 2011-06-21 01:31

      Tyrants like Malema and Mugabe always coached their rhetoric in the black vs white language so that everything they do is supposed to hurt the whites and the west and for the benefit of the blacks. The truth is looting of the white owned farms by Mugabe, for example, has caused serious economic hardships to the hundreds of white farm owners but nothing compared to the economic poverty it has caused to millions of black Zimbabweans. The only people who have benefited is Mugabe and his cronies. If anyone has been insulting anyone then it is people like Malema who do that. How often has Malema dismissed his critics with contempt?

      Frans Smith - 2011-06-21 20:49

      John - How is black people "disempowered" in the current situation when you have all the systems favoring them; bee, affirmative action, quota systems etc)? Is it not the white youth that does not get accepted into University due to targets, the white worker that does not get propoted... his skin colour, the white sportsman that are kept out because of quota systems and replaced by the likes of Enrico January, that are disempowered etc? How are the blacks being humiliated..? are you not confused. Is it not the whites that has to endure the blatant racisms of politicians, the hatred being echo'ed in songs like "kill the boer" etc. Is it not the blatant racism fed to the masses by Malema, and their enjoyment of it that will have him be elected, the greed by him and his supporters (the masses of "voters"). The fact that the mass voter prefers the Malema's of the world has nothing to do with people on this forum - If he was never elected by the greedy masses, we wont be having this discussion!

      Frans Smith - 2011-06-21 20:53

      Malema was climbing the ladder in the youth leauge and he was elected long before any white person even knew of him? I say again, he says what the masses want to hear... re-distribution of wealth, nationalisation, bee, aa, quotas, landgrabbing, murder ("kill the boer") etc. Dont come and tell us it is our fault!

  • Montlhabaki - 2011-06-20 02:00

    Behind closed door meetings between Mandela and Whites in Centurion during the CODESA times; SOLD US OUT. The TRC never wanted to be involved in APARTHEID CORRUPTION. Its high time we take the ECONOMY of SA. #NotRacistThough#

      emile.marais - 2011-06-20 03:28

      I'm not happy about corruption either, be it NP or ANC and the fact corruption is just conveniently excepted or ignored by our leaders but sabotaging the nation economy on a popularism whim is NOT a good idea.

      Neyven - 2011-06-20 06:47

      Exactly when did the country belong to you in order for it to have been stolen by the whites. The only people that can really say it belonged to them was the Khoi. As prove, they have left cave drawings all over South Africa. Whites moved up from the Cape at approximately the same time as the various Black tribes moved into South Africa from the north. Both the Whites and Blacks were equally responsible in exterminating the Khoi.

      WoodworkPh.D - 2011-06-20 06:58

      Dark Africa thinking. If you "take" the economy there will be no economy. The world will withdraw from SA

      Mike-O - 2011-06-20 07:53

      But what happens then? Is this really going to benefit the poor? The farms that have changed hands are mostly unproductive - why are we not addressing this problem? Also, if we nationalise, what are our chances of success if the government is struggling to run their existing concerns? And exactly who are these white people that have this economic power - we have BEE and AA, so it is not the average white man in the street who is struggling to find a job - just what is it that the massas are expecting of them, they are already providing most of the funds for grants, with our ever increasing population of needy, this is not a sustainable situation, who is going to be targetted then?

      Citizen - 2011-06-20 07:56

      Yip, it would be complete isolation again for SA, just like the apartheid years.

      Hunter 008 - 2011-06-20 08:14

      And do what with the Economy ??? Do you want us to be another Zimbabwe !!! Africa is overpopulated !!! Not everybody can be rich !!! Be happy you have a job, food to eat and have a roof over your head !! Wake up !!!

      gideon groenewald - 2011-06-20 09:23

      How can a minority be a threat? I have read an article where it was stated that SA is the only country where the Majority suppress the minority. For every white person in SA, there is 11 Black people. How can this be a threat to any black person in this country? The white South African contributes 38% plus to the government through taxes, yet some elements of our society want to take this funding away. It does not mean that whites are rich, it only mean that there is a lot of black still living in poverty. China is the most populated country in the world, but they have work for their people, because labour is cheap. Our government's interference is causing the poor to stay poor. How can we say that we live in a truly democratic and free country, if government is placing barriers to prevent prosperity?

      Tolerant - 2011-06-20 09:41

      If you want something work for it, stealing is against the law of the country and the bible. We should follow Zambia by privatising more places, not go the stupid communist ways.

  • Glennm - 2011-06-20 02:25

    Who is the ape man...

      Regurk - 2011-06-20 07:59

      You are insulting the ape!

      Mulondo - 2011-06-21 17:43

      your father, the oppressor.

  • Dips - 2011-06-20 02:45

    Malema probeer die witman uitart tot oorlog, hy gaan plase begin vat, daar gaan 'n oor en weer geskietery wees. Dan gaan een van 2 dinge gebeur, of 'n tweede Zim of die boere gaan so erg terug veg dat die USA netsoos orals in die wêreld inmeng en die boer dan tot in die grond in trap. Sien dit werk so, die wêreld is nie geintereseerd in die Apartheid Boer met sy Godsdiens nie, hy is die groot probleem vir almal. SA moes verander, die wêreld moes verander, wie sal ons nou help. Niemand sal ons help nie, die Boer is net soos die Jode gedoem om uitgewis te word deur almal wat hy dink sy vriend is. Die US is en was nog nooit die Afrikaner se vriend nie, hy is slegs vriende met Suid Afrika se rykdom en die ANC is die regte sleutel tot daardie sukses.

      Dips - 2011-06-20 07:29

      @ammpike - Sure, your ANC is messing up the country and it seems that you like it!

      allie - 2011-06-20 09:05

      annie and ampike:Is this all you can say if you are confronted with the ugly truth?.Wake up.

      gideon groenewald - 2011-06-20 09:25

      Shit Dips, i think you are the only white person thinking this way. This is not a compelling argument. Sorry ou, maar hier staan jy op jou eie.

      harry1 - 2011-06-20 09:31

      Dips, Its because of comments like yours that people like Malema get a higher profile. Stop your extremely negative attitude and Malema and his clan will expose themselves for what they truly are. You keep up this nonsense and Malema looks like a hero for slapping you down.

      Manningi - 2011-06-20 09:53

      I do sympathise, but maybe the Afrikaner (I have the highest respect for you) should not refer to themselves as boers, but as South African (not Mzansi) citizens. This should make Ju-ju's comments irrelevant. If criminals attack farmers then common law self defense comes into play. Not war.

      Anne - 2011-06-21 01:07

      Allie, sometimes when confronted with the ugly truth, the best thing you can do is crack a joke to keep yourself from crying ... a sense of humour goes a long way to preserve your sanity. Please get off your high horse.

  • Lekker Jan - 2011-06-20 02:54

    And News24 will report every last juicy sentence Malema says, just to keep the readership up.

      Dips - 2011-06-20 07:32

      Korrek, dit is waarom ek 'n widescreen het, dit lees makliker as 'n mens altyd you kop skud oor al die nonsens wat N24 publiseer.

  • crackerr - 2011-06-20 04:20

    It ia an acknowledgment of failure. Pure and simple. Never will the same opportunities again be available for a sensible and meaningful integration into a modern economy. They blew it.

  • jimimoyo - 2011-06-20 04:41

    I am Zimbabwean ad I feel pity for South Africa if this lunatic Malema is allowed to carry on this glaringly destructive path.Zimbabwe is across the Limpopo.Very near.Cant you Black South Africans see what is hapening there.Very very soon thats what will happen in South Afica if you give free rein to this evil Malema.

      Enuff - 2011-06-20 12:59

      @Jimimoyo - Zimbabweans in SA should be sharing their experiences with South Africans. I'm interested to hear the reactions and responses you get from malema's supporters when you tell them how things went in Zim.

  • Uncle BOB - 2011-06-20 05:13

    Who wants to bet that a 2000 years from now Africa will still be in poverty and they will still be blaming the colonials for it?

      ammpike - 2011-06-20 07:05

      you sick

      Manningi - 2011-06-20 11:16

      You've got it right there.

  • Uncle BOB - 2011-06-20 05:19

    It's like Mr Cameron saying that the economic downturn in Britain was because of the Roman conquest of Britain that began in AD43. The damn Roman colonials!

  • Zama.mncwabe - 2011-06-20 05:33

    He he he he he we don't want to remove you(Zuma)ha ha ha ha hj LMAO...they must hire a hitman to do the job.

  • John D - 2011-06-20 05:56

    Africa has always had its fair share of megalomaniacs and obviously Malema is one of them however its not him that needs to be feared but the band of fools that follow him and actually believe that he will be able to make them all rich. If he thinks that the white population are going to meekly hand over everything without a fight he is in for a shock, he is promoting civil war and needs to be stopped before there is blood on the streets of SA.

      Manningi - 2011-06-20 11:18

      You've gota point. It wasn't Hitler who killed the jews and others. It was his henchmen.

  • Babba x - 2011-06-20 06:07

    malemakie is asking for war as he want to take things by force. malemakie might just get it. Be veeeery careful what you ask for, ANC.

      william.botha - 2011-06-20 09:18

      If the UN could take action against Gadafi, (Malema's friend for a reason) so NATO could disarm and remove these terrorists. Down with the terrorist Malema and CO! VIVA the new freedom as endorsed by the UN and the international community. VIVA the UN and NATO!

  • Orca - 2011-06-20 06:21

    In South Africa the Black man is tired of eating the crumbs that fall off the table of the White man - it's as simple as that. Unfortunately the White man in SA still thinks he is in charge. Wrong, the white minority was officially declared unfit to govern SA in 1994. Political transformation may have occurred 17 years ago but economic transformation has lagged far behind. The oppressed masses are tired of waiting to share in the fruits of the country as well...

      Dips - 2011-06-20 07:38

      Tell me Orca, why does it take you so long to become something in live. To create wealth take many years, actually generations. Do you want it all on a plate - well without knowledge by ways of a degree or whatever you need some stability in your ways before you will ever achieve anything on your own. Children normally wants something NOW, are still still a child?

      Orca - 2011-06-20 08:32

      Hey, Dips, who created the wealth in SA you boast about? I'll tell you who - the black man and no one else. And Malema knows that and he has a following who knows that too ...

      Dan Grey - 2011-06-20 08:38

      "The black man is tired of eating the crumbs that fall of the white man's table" hahahaha My dear fool. There is nothing in the world preventing the youth from studying hard and becoming doctors, engineers etc. We both know that the reason the youth seems unable to share in the economy is because they remain uneducated. This means that the only method they have left in fullfiling their materialistic dreams is to steal what doesn't belong to them. AND I am not referring to land. Over 99% of whites do not own any land. They make their money by doing educated work. The problem is IQ, or rather lack thereof.

      Dips - 2011-06-20 08:56

      @Orca - Amazing that the black man only created wealth in a country where white people are, what about the rest of Africa, I don't see any wealth there? Maybe you are a bit confused and follow the wrong peepols!

      Stryder - 2011-06-20 08:57

      So you will take all the land..and then what? Tell me what? I'll tell you what will happened. In ten years you will all be landless and poor again. Land does not automatically mean you are wealthy. Capital has to be put to work in order to provide a return. Tell me how is the seized land going to be divided up Orca? Who will decide who gets what piece of land. think it through.

      Tolerant - 2011-06-20 09:48

      Work for your wealth Orca, don't try to steal it. Even if you steal from a criminal, theft stays theft. Get ready for jail with this way of thinking.

      Enuff - 2011-06-20 11:12

      Education standards and pass marks have been lowered. Large companies have invited non-whites to participate in excellent shares schemes. BEE has been implemented across the board to encourage non-white economic participation. Labour laws offer employment protection to the extreme. There is not another country in the world that offers opportunity to the extent that SA does! And still you cry "economic oppression"????? Really now - when you drag a horse to water and he refuses to drink, who is to blame?

      Enuff - 2011-06-20 11:16

      Black Zimbabweans also got tired of eating the crumbs that fell from the tables of white men. So what happened? They nationalised industries. They killed. They took land. They chased aways the whites. And where are they now? Those that aren't living abroad (basically as refugees) are now eating the crumbs that fall off the table of Mugabe!

  • Mubashir - 2011-06-20 06:28

    Malema called for 50 percent youth representation in the ruling party --"If the ANC has got two delegates, one must be young." thanks cool that 50 % young leader are percent in ruling party. i support it

  • c1 - 2011-06-20 06:28

    you had a chance to end it all... and no one took it.

      c1 - 2011-06-20 06:29

      what happened to that 2mill bounty on his little head?

  • Dprika - 2011-06-20 06:31

    Mr President, this man is going to be your and the ANC's downfall!!!!

  • horsehair - 2011-06-20 06:33

    lets' ask Michelle Obama today if they should give all the land back to the Indian tribes in the USA.

      william.botha - 2011-06-20 09:21

      Lets all unite against terrorism and tyrants, petition the international community to act against terrorism and crimes against humanity. Lets not wait, prevention is better than cure. VIVA the UN and NATO, DOWN WITH TERRORISM AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY. DOWN WITH THESE MURDEROUS TENDENCIES!

  • Cliff - 2011-06-20 06:37

    At one point I thought this country could beat off the apartheid slave and come clean for a bright new future. Sorry, with this jerk talking like this with so much backing I am selling up and leaving now!! There will be nothing left for them to invade and take!! I suppose lesson learned!!!!

      Dips - 2011-06-20 07:27

      White people want's to put Apartheid behind them, Malema needs to keep the apartheid tool alive to make the blacks hate us, simple and by that he can take control. You must never promise a black man something and not giving it to him, he will just take it if promises are not kept and that is exactly what Malema told the ANC - they need to do what they promised or the youth league will take control, likewise in Zim it's the youngsters taking everything, not the old.

      Orca - 2011-06-20 08:39

      Hey Dips, maybe the Whites want to forget about apartheid but don't want to pay the price, ie paying back what they took like thieves. The majority want it back, buddy. That is what liberation is all about, not just getting the right to vote. You have to give the "goodies" back too. Don't you understand that? Maybe you should go and spend the rest of your life in a corrugated iron shack in a dump of a township and see what it really feels like. "Bassskap" is gone, ou pel.

      Wayne - 2011-06-20 09:02

      @Orca - I owe you nothing and should you come knocking on my door to evict me, well you will be eating lead you mutha f#ka.

      william.botha - 2011-06-20 09:27

      Dips, it is no longer about Apartheid, it is about terrorism and crimes against humanity. Think about it, this is an ANC led government with due process, there is a new awareness in the international community and finally the world has started taking action. Lets unite against terrorists, stop the name calling and lets work together to enlighten the world as to the crimes committed against humanity, from all of us in South Africa, Black, White, Indian, Colored, Chinese whatever, lets nail these terrorists once and for all.

      Enuff - 2011-06-20 11:31

      Ok Orca - let's compromise! Let's have the whites "give back" everything you believe doesn't "belong" to them - land. At the same let's have the blacks "give back" everything that doesn't "belong" to them - farming implements, fertilizers, mining equipment, electricity, running water, flushing toilets (enclosed or not), telephones, data networks, TV, radio, modern weapons, cars, planes, trains, petrol, diesel, oil, kerosene, computers (need I go on?).... Let's go back by all means.

      Chris - 2011-06-21 17:17

      oh and may notice i dont hide behind a fake name when i make my statements cause im not scared of the likes of you and i believe in what i keep spewing your racist BS behind your hidden identity cause you dont have the balls to put you true self behind your stupid comments....come for me orca and i'll f%^k your world up before you take a cent off me!be a man and show a face behind your stupid comments

  • AntonKingsize - 2011-06-20 06:37


  • mshini wam - 2011-06-20 06:37

    Feel It, It is Here! not a world cup this time but Malema. Say it like it is, we cant beat upon a bush and be pretentious...we demand out land and economy back.

      Dan Grey - 2011-06-20 08:46

      Your economy. hahahahaha Where are the black engineers, architects, project managers etc. etc. that build this economy. No my dear fool, you demand that wghich you hand no hand in creating. Sure you were used as unskilled labour. Psssst. The reason for this is that you blacks remains largely unskilled and can only be used to dig trenches, pump petrol, pack grocery bags. Nothing is preventing you blacks from becoming educated. Your failure to do so is your own fault entirely. The average white South African does not own land...over 99% or whites do not own any land. The average white South African also do not own the mines. These are owned by overseas companies. 99% of whites in South Africa make an honest living working in the fields that they were educated in. It is the property of the whites that you blacks are after. You blacks claim to have been discriminated against during apartheid and you claim to be uneducated because apartheid only gave you "bantu education" This lie is easily proven by the fact that had "bantu education" been a valid excuse then we would have seen a huge increase in the number of blacks finishing school and university. Instead we have seen the number of black school leavers drop through the floor. FACT: The average black man is poor, because he does not have an education. FACT: The higher educated you are, on average means that you get higher wages. FACT: Blacks remain poor because they cannot seem to get educated.

      Enuff - 2011-06-20 11:33

      Yes, let's not beat AROUND the bush! What economy?

      emmie-2 - 2011-06-21 08:24

      @mshini wam...stop listening to Julius Malema and rather get a proper education, because it in not beat upon a is BEAT AROUND THE BUSH YOU IDIOT!

  • Jacob Malema - 2011-06-20 06:41

    Disband THE YOUTH LEAGUE! And "Or else what"? there will be resistance to land invasion, you think people will take this while lying down? You wait and see dumb ass.

      int1m1d4t0r - 2011-06-20 15:13

      We cant wait for an excuse to fight... the blacks must remember who invented organised warfare.. oh wait we invented pretty much everything... if they could read they would read the history of this country, if they want our land they can take it.. except it is going to be black and bare

  • Ranger_Bob - 2011-06-20 06:42

    Malema and you whining masses, get off your asses and WORK for what you want, just like the rest of us do, otherwise you deserve nothing. All Malema does is stir hate, inspire greed and needs to be eliminated. The ANC needs to take responsibility for him now. Oh, and if there is civil war in this country, I'd like to see the entire ANC leadership in The Hague for crimes against humanity including Nazism and ethnic cleansing, which is what their path is.

      Orca - 2011-06-20 10:21

      While speaking about The Hague, maybe the Afrikaner race and their leaders should make an appearance there too for decades of unspeakable atrocities against the majority of South Africans which you seem to have conveniently forgotten about.

      mike - 2011-06-20 10:52

      @orca - do the world a favor and go and die

  • radarblip - 2011-06-20 06:50

    is it possible to abort a baby in the... lets see... the 130th trimester?

  • WoodworkPh.D - 2011-06-20 06:55

    This guy is delusional an he truely belief there is a war going on. If he is not sorted out by the ANC this country will become unstable

  • Kevin - 2011-06-20 07:00

    The anc tail is wagging the dog so hard that the dog has dropped the bone. The dog supposedly in charge is not a leader and runs scared from the puppy.When you have a runt in the litter you put it down.

  • muriel.farquharson - 2011-06-20 07:01

    When will this fool be gagged, never I suppose.

      Dan Grey - 2011-06-20 08:49

      You are right, this fool will never be gagged, because the policy of the youth league and that of the ANC is identical. The ANC has been engaging in double talk the past 17 years, all the while thinking of how they can fulfill their freedom charter without upsetting the apple cart.

  • scorpio - 2011-06-20 07:05

    I am not going to wait for this BS to happen on my doorstep. It's time to start planning my move overseas - I've got a life to live, no time for this BS.

      Stryder - 2011-06-20 08:59

      Sadly I am with you. Been hanging on for the light and the end of the rainbow and it went out this weekend.

      Wayne - 2011-06-20 09:29 You are not the only one

  • daaivark - 2011-06-20 07:11

    I refuse to let this nasty little fat man and his obsessions frighten me.

      Stryder - 2011-06-20 08:59

      Malema himself does nto scare me, it is the support he has that does.

      biskit - 2011-06-20 12:42

      Malema has been warned

  • bradleep - 2011-06-20 07:18

    Sounds a lot like Hitler, and we all know what he did and what happened to him!

      Stryder - 2011-06-20 09:00

      Yeah...eventually, but he had enough time to kill millions of jews. who do yo think the 'jews' are in South Africa/

  • biskit - 2011-06-20 07:18

    The honeymoon is over it seems

  • Greenrain - 2011-06-20 07:18

    Bloody Bafoon!

  • WoodworkPh.D - 2011-06-20 07:21

    Mal ema is fast to worn others but is defiant when anyone calls him to account. This is a signature of a next generation Hitler rising

  • guytom - 2011-06-20 07:25

    What a retard

  • HONKY101 - 2011-06-20 07:26

    Selling up and getting my money the Fck out of SA !!