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Opposition parties laud Malema suspension

2011-11-10 14:15

Cape Town - Opposition political parties have lauded the ANC disciplinary committee's ruling to suspend ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema for five years.

The committee said on Thursday that Malema had damaged the standing of the ANC and South Africa's international reputation.

The IFP youth brigade said the ruling vindicated the IFPYB's previous calls for action to be taken against Malema.

"We believe, however, that the decision to suspend Mr Malema for five years is not real action and a little too late," it said.

Threatened to invade Buthelezi’s home

The ANC leadership had stood idly by while Malema insulted IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi, even threatening to invade Buthelezi's home.

"They have stood idly by as Mr Malema contributed to the loss of confidence in the South Africa economy with his irresponsible, reckless, and senseless calls for nationalisation."

Time would tell whether the punishment handed out would fit the crime.

"We regret that a compulsory course on civility, good manners and economics 101 was not included," the brigade said.

African Christian Democratic Party leader Kenneth Meshoe said the ruling sent a strong message to the youth league that ill-discipline in any form would not be tolerated.

"We particularly welcome the ANC’s confirmation that discipline is 'the foundation for any intended course of action', that 'ill-discipline is not a cure for frustration', and that 'ill-discipline in the guise of militancy and robust expression' will not be permitted," Meshoe said.

‘Dirty politicking’

The Azanian People's Organisation youth (Azapoy) welcomed the suspension of both Malema and ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu [for three years] from the ANCYL.

"We view this as the best thing to have happened to South African politics of young people because the pair have been the worst thing to have ever graced the world of youth activism," leader Amukelani Ngobeni said.

"Their dirty politicking has made young people lose confidence in young politicians and, as young activists ourselves, we were painted with the same brush.

"We hope that their suspension will go a long way in redeeming confidence in youth activism."
South African politics would be much better without the arrogant voices of the two, he said.

Comments
  • sycogrim - 2011-11-10 14:21

    Give that man (Amukelani Ngobeni) a bells!! :D

      Bardy - 2011-11-10 14:42

      What a happy day for South Africa!

      TamaraSays - 2011-11-10 14:42

      That should be EARNS 15 times the wealth. It's not like they got it for nothing you useless waste of space. This legacy of the past thing is going to come back and bite the ANC in the butt. In twenty years time, it'll be the legacy of the PRESENT that we're all talking about - but what will we be saying?

      jade.bulley - 2011-11-10 14:46

      Whitney, would you like a tissue?

      jade.bulley - 2011-11-10 14:57

      Certainly, and only the white man is racist... Hey Whitney?

      Samuel - 2011-11-10 15:06

      Ovaprivileged_Whitey: Do you think in this chapters?

      Deon - 2011-11-10 15:09

      Try work Ova and talk less nonsense.

      Jerhone - 2011-11-10 15:15

      to ovaprivileged whitey blow your copy and paste retoric out of your a*se you zombie

      jade.bulley - 2011-11-10 15:30

      Ovaprivileged_Whitey... Your comments are always the same. Do you have a large folder titled "Stupid comments" that you keep copying and pasting from?

      Ian - 2011-11-10 15:30

      @ova-wasteoftime I have one thing to say to you HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA your idiot of a leader got kicked out his own "revolutionary house" Get out! Get out! You bladdy agent, said the ANC to Malema

      John - 2011-11-10 15:35

      Ovaprivileged_Whitey - November 10, 2011 at 14:36 So, do you write these stupid essays and throw them in indiscriminately when you feel the need to post drivel of this caliber? Hell man, Juli-ass should have appointed you the Joof Leak spokesperson instead of that failed Grade 3 scholar, Shivambu. Maybe he would have benefited from your racism/white supremacy/colonialism and other BS you are throwing around like soap bubbles in a storm. Man, you are a chop deluxe!

      Jeanne - 2011-11-10 15:52

      @Jeff News24 is not the only news site out there. The DA has just not been quoted because they haven't commented to the same extent as the other parties' youth leagues. Check out: http://www.da.org.za/newsroom.htm

      jacques.smit - 2011-11-10 15:58

      @Whitey.. Only 17years?? thats a life time! It's more than enough time to finish school (most ppl only need 12years), get a degree (add 4years), and work for what you want.. like the rest of us did. I had NOTHING handed to me on a platter, no financial backing etc. I worked to get myself through school and worked to pay for studies.. No excuses! Stop wanting and start earning! Once that mentality changes this country will move forward..

      marco.tomaso - 2011-11-10 16:27

      Two distint problems characterises South Africa democracy and they are linked together:POVERTY & INEQUALITY. Equality in layman's terms for example is when 10% of the population earns 10% of the country's income etc.Inequality is when 10% of the population earns 30% of the income or 20% earns 50% of the income. The UN rates South Africa along with Brazil as the most unequal societies in the modern world. Trouble for South Africa is that their poverty coexist alongside inequality.Even though they are two different phenomena.A country like Turkey for example has exactly the same rate per capita income as South Africa,yet they have half our rate of poverty levels.Turkey at 18% of its population whereas South Africa has 38% of its population in poverty. The ANC since 1994 had failed to combat poverty in South Africa by reducing inequality.The World Bank Global Povert Monitor says its still waiting for South Africa's poor to become less poor or to rise in equality. The ANC's goal of transforming the ownership and composition of the economy to reflect the country’s demographics more accurately has thus far worsen the situation. Under a socialist government rule the priority would be equality–in which everybody were being equally poor,but societies will collapse.Like Nyerere’s African socialism & the Soviet Union for example. Under rampant growth philosophies,combating poverty is the priority.The best example of that would be that of China,Korea,Taiwan and Malaysia.

      Wes - 2011-11-10 16:33

      avatar Ovaprivileged_Whitey - November 10, 2011 at 14:47 Report comment Race-Card Card - An unjustified knee-jerk to a supposedly unjustified knee-jerk reaction pertaining to race. The white man plays this card in EARLIER ON IN THE WEEK HE POSTED UNDER THE NAME RACE-CARD CARD. CHECK HIS POST AT 14.47. ALL HE IS DOING IS COPY AND PASTE HIS CRAP TROLL TROLL TROLL (REPORT HIS COMMENTS)HE IS A WANKER TRYING TO GET ATTENTION.

  • Halfwise - 2011-11-10 14:26

    Who cares...

      James - 2011-11-10 14:33

      I also don't care what this useles organisation say. Malema will be back. Amandla!!!

      Sycotic - 2011-11-10 14:34

      Want another cupcake there princess, to cheer you up??

      Chris - 2011-11-10 14:45

      @Sganja, you're getting mixed up: it was the Terminator that will be back. Malema is the Terminated.

      James - 2011-11-10 14:59

      Hey Bardy inbox me your email buddy we need to talk. But hey I'm not working in the garden (haha). Viva Malema Viva!!! He's not out yet,untill I have a land or farm...

      Ali - 2011-11-10 16:22

      @sganja.. Why don't you buy a farm like everyone else then ?? Why blame others because you're USELESS?

      martin.gee.godfrey - 2011-11-10 16:37

      You cared right up until today when your idol was suspended. Karma is a bitch

  • Poppy - 2011-11-10 14:27

    At long last, I hope he is refused an appeal, and in acutal fact there should not even be an appeal bargain. I hope this will send a good messagge to the youth, that taking rubbish, and creating unrest is not the way forward.

  • Marconism - 2011-11-10 14:33

    IT IS PURELY UNFAIR,THEY SUSPENDED HIM BECAUSE HE IS A THREAT TO ZUMA AND HIS TENDERPRENEURS.WE WILL APPEAL THE DECISION,WE STILL NEED MALEMA.AMANDLA!!

      Piet - 2011-11-10 14:37

      Troll! He is the biggest Tenderpreneur around you idiot!

      JazzyBlues - 2011-11-10 15:41

      Ova..whatever.. Whitey. What the hell are you on about? If you want to see a huge racist.. go look in the mirror. Jeez...Waiting for you to somehow blame Apartheid for Malema being suspended. Oh and Marconism.. Malema and his sidekicks are the original tenderpreneurs.

      Mantsho - 2011-11-10 20:11

      IT is purely fair,he was a threat to our economy, stability,security,human rights, peace and democracy,you name them.l am so happy.

  • jade.bulley - 2011-11-10 14:35

    Hmmmm.... What has Malema done for you?

      Marconism - 2011-11-10 16:00

      NOTHING IN PARTICULAR AND THAT IS WHY I LIKE HIM!!

      jade.bulley - 2011-11-10 16:11

      DING DING DING!!! we have a winner!! Thankfully, the fact that you like him had no impact on the outcome... Today is a beautiful and joyful day, well for me at the very least. Juju for presiDONT

      Ali - 2011-11-10 16:31

      @marconism.. Then you must like me and most ppl here because I've done nothing for you too..

  • TamaraSays - 2011-11-10 14:36

    Malema was a pimple on the butt of politics in South Africa. I am glad they squeezed him out. Now let's hope the Hawks and SARS finish the job.

      TamaraSays - 2011-11-10 14:57

      So your solution is to drag everyone into the same hole, rather than demanding that GOVERNMENT, who are responsible for change, make the necessary changes. Excuse me if I missed something, but isn't that what they did with education? Fantastic results they achieved huh - high school students who can't read. Get your head out of whatever little dark racism filled hole you've shoved it into, and realise that in reality, you get what you WORK for, not what you think you're entitled to because someone's grandfather was mean to your grandfather. Only a true loser will blame their failure on the past.

      TamaraSays - 2011-11-10 15:05

      Copypasta... ever have an original thought?

      TamaraSays - 2011-11-10 15:07

      And finally, as a woman, I'd like some retribution for the millenia of oppression by men. Thanks.

      TamaraSays - 2011-11-10 15:10

      Don't care. Fact is, it's in the past, but as long as you keep whining about it, you're not focused on building your OWN future. The result - you will stay a loser. There is no such thing as a free lunch, as malema is discovering. Stop moaning, and do something to better your own life.

      philjoubert - 2011-11-10 15:12

      O_W found the copy 'n paste button. So much for intelligent banter. You cannot create wealth by dividing it. You need to make more of it and uplift everyone to the same level. Zim was a great example - the equality came _> everyone was dragged to the bottom. Equal - all poor and jobless. No food with police brutes faithful to whoever paid them.

      Esther - 2011-11-10 15:19

      @Ovaprivileged ,just get over yourself. Why is the rest of Africa and wherever black people rule third world? Despite of trillions of dollars of aid they are still a mess.So ,if money is not the problem,what is it then??? Nobody is as blind as the one who does not WANT to see

      ivan.coetzee2 - 2011-11-10 15:21

      @Ovaprivileged_Whitey, ever considered that the white ball does all the work but the black ball scores most points?! Probably beyond you.

      Adriaan - 2011-11-10 15:47

      Whitey you are truly a hopeless case and a truely pathetic waste of life. Your arguments are based on nothing but pure racism. You reckon coloureds cannot be racist? Go tell that to the families of the victims of farm attacks. Go see how much sympathy you get from them with your copied and pasted comments. Now run along and enjoy the gravy train you are on, if you can afford to be on the internet and post idiotic comments the whole day, you must be "working" for the government.

      DuToitCoetzee - 2011-11-10 15:51

      @Ovapriviledge. Ok, let say I bought fully into your point made. (Reading this a few times a week, I should be now indoctrinated.lol) What is your solution? How you suggest to correct it? What method and system you going to follow? Please, answer me with your own words and do not do copy and paste. Be fresh!!!lol.

      DuToitCoetzee - 2011-11-10 16:17

      @Ova. Well I am white, Afrikaans and a Afrikaner and neither am I saying everything is equal. There are plenty to improve/correct, but how do you make the foundation strong. You and me knows that just dividing wealth will not help. We are sitting with a bigger population that have not than that have. You can change it around that only a part of the ones that have gets and have the ones that have without any, but the sum stay the same. In other word. To solve the solution you have to use a magnetism to create for more than those that currently have. By doing that you must use the ones that currently have to create to have more that have without damaging the tool(the ones that have) that you use. Still with me. Promise you I was now nearly lost myself.lol. You first have to have the right leadership with the knowledge/skill to lead us to do that. You also have to create a win, win situation. If not you can loose one of the partner that enable you to reach your goal. It is not going to be easy, but remember the people of South Africa that is here all love this country and mostly all accepted now the fact that we have to create a way, but without loosing what we have. Most white South Africans are not as rich as all think. They also live from eating off from the few rich ones that create the main business. If it is by working directly for them or doing work that gets indirectly diverted from those. Mostly foreigners??? Countries economy is not big enough. It needs to expand.

      Cameron - 2011-11-10 17:14

      @ Ovaprivilaged whitey Heres wikipedia def for you Moron, disused term for a person with a mental age between 8 and 12, and a common insult for a person considered stupid (or just a generic insult)

  • nicole.snyders - 2011-11-10 14:42

    It is a pity that they see this now only, Malema, has enough support behind him to win this battle.

      James - 2011-11-10 14:56

      Exactly Nicole. Anc must watch out (as Tutu said). Malema is the man who have majority behind him.

      marazor - 2011-11-10 16:06

      Zuma's support and ANC support make Malema's support look like a baby shower...

      Ali - 2011-11-10 16:38

      Sganja...did you have maths at school? Did you even go to school? Majority means 50%+. Not 3000 40 year old "youths". And ghost members doesn't count. Sa has got 50mil people .. So the majority would be?

  • Makatikamusona - 2011-11-10 14:54

    But if this is a fight against Limpopo then Zuma he is gonna be in big big trouble

  • Thabo - 2011-11-10 15:00

    This is the ruling of the NDC not the ANC and Malema will appeal the verdict which is ruled out by the DC and he will continue to raise radical issues of poor South Africans without fear or prejudice.lets wait and see how far can Malema go on his appeal.I put my thumb up that Mr JZ will not make it in Mangaung. Anyway that was a kangaroo court championed by people who are hungry for power(Jackson Mthembu,Gwede Mantashe,Susan Shabangu Mr J Zuma etc..)

      Nigel - 2011-11-10 16:11

      & you believe in the tooth fairy

  • Michelle - 2011-11-10 15:02

    Whooo hoo now there's a reason to celebrate, finally some justice in this country!

  • Robert - 2011-11-10 15:07

    Probably going to get a lot of stick for this but maybe his suspension is a bad thing for the country, he's like a little fat retard that can't keep his mouth shut giving away all the family secrets. At least with him still involved in the youf league we get some sort of insight into what his puppet masters are thinking. Nationalisation of the mines, land claims etcetera etcetera.....

  • Rik - 2011-11-10 15:07

    He is not above the law and under investigation for hate speach against Indians, under investigation by the Hawks for tender fraud, the taxman investigates him for stealing from the state, the public protector... He only knows himself and uses poor people to protect him. I m not jealous about people earning a lot in an honest way... For me Tokyo Sexwhale is a real example, DR Zuma is, of course Nelso Mandela is but Julius??? king the food out of the mouth of the poor people... And they dont see it

  • Thabo - 2011-11-10 15:08

    The fire is now on after the verdict which ruled out against Malema,we dont talk about smoke at this point.The timing for the president's favour is good but what about the outcomes which we expect them to surface before Mangaung

      Musa - 2011-11-10 15:59

      What do you mean, chief? The issue here is discipline. We as disciplined members of the ANC want a disciplined ANC. Any member of the ANC who contravenes the ANC constitution deserves to be disciplined. This ill-discipline issue has gone too far. The ANC is bigger than all of us as members. When we were members of the ANCYL we were not taught to disrespect ANC, but to defend it. Our young comrades need to grow, we can't allow this madness to continue. Let us not confuse discipline matters with leadership succession. Discipline comrade!

  • Zion - 2011-11-10 15:11

    Sis man, how on earth can they, the ANC suspend this oukie for five years. 5 years means from standerd 6 to standerd 10 and long enough to learn sweet-fanny-adams. Bru Malema has basked in the public eye for ever so long and always a source of comments: Good and bad but he was always a gentleman. Who will promote the niecities of nationalization so deeply wanted in South Africa and who will run the mines? A shadow darkens the horizons of Loverly SA (and Zimbob) Who will make our day and make us laugh and cry at the same time: Love and hate the man too, at the same time. Who will walk from Joeys to Pretoria to consolidate his hold on his people. Most of us out here and there can hardly reach the loo in time before the deluge hits us in the kisser. Losing Malema is like losing part of our national heritage: I mean look at the man! He is made of stuff sterner and stiffer than the hierjy-man-op-straat. Behold the beauty in the statal countenance, the poise of mind and soul on the onslaught of the hated agriculturist and robbers up to their tricks for the last 351 years, Intolerable. Ultimately, in the face of huge and unjustified antipathy thrown his way this man, of all men, will rise majestically from the ashes as the Phoenix did and become the leaderof the rainbow nation. Dear lord help us.

  • Hendrik - 2011-11-10 15:12

    some people will just about blame everyone for their misfortune... I say those that work hard and share will prosper, those that blame everyone for their underprivileged state of arrogance - No one is listening... They are even to scared to show their faces so they will stay in the hole they dug for themselves where it is dark and lonely...

      Mthuthuzeli - 2011-11-10 15:23

      Black people have been working hard in SA mines, factories and farms for over a 100 years and have nothing to show for it. African-Americans toiled in the US cotton plantations for over two centuries with no rewards to show for.

      hilton.bannister - 2011-11-10 16:09

      @Mthuthuzeli Maybe if you didn't spend your weekly wages pissing it up in shebeens also I wonder what Oprahs forefathers did right - fockol she helped herself to some common sense and did not expect everything for free.

      Alan - 2011-11-10 17:44

      Cheeese Mthuthuzeli, aka Libertador, do you hate all white people in general or do you just hate American's. Does your hate include American Hispanics and Black people as well?

  • Duncan - 2011-11-10 15:21

    ovaprivilleged whitey is quite the non-racist O.0

      Duncan - 2011-11-10 15:42

      No your just an ignorant idiot

      Duncan - 2011-11-10 15:56

      Wow dude lolololololol 9 out of 10 for trolling - 10 for your thought provoking argument

  • Pete - 2011-11-10 15:22

    so the fat boy has said "the gloves are off and it is time to confront and fight the enemy".IS HIS PARTY THE ANC HIS ENEMY NOW.who is he with then?

  • Tokkie - 2011-11-10 15:22

    Send Malema to Robbin Island,lock him up and use him as a tourist attraction

      Duncan - 2011-11-10 15:43

      Naa then he will come out and run for president

  • Jason - 2011-11-10 15:22

    R500 says Ovaprivileged_Whitey is not black.

  • Jason - 2011-11-10 15:23

    R500 says Ovaprivileged_Whitey is not black ;)

  • DanteCampbell - 2011-11-10 15:27

    Will someone PLEASE kill that troll.... I do not know who told it how to use the copy paste function but it was a grave error of judgement. Oh one more thing, your name is a clear indication as to which side you swing to. (Ovaprivileged_Whitey)

      Ovaprivileged_Whitey - 2011-11-10 15:29

      It's actually an indictment. Typical whitey.

      christophe.leyder - 2011-11-10 16:06

      Do you even know what indictment means? Using a big word that doesn't relate at all to what he said doesn't make you smart ok? @Ovaprivileged_Whitey

  • owen.mshengu.sharif - 2011-11-10 15:28

    Lest we forget - it is the South African sensationalist media who have helped prop up Julius Malema with their constant jabs and derisions - infuriating him and keeping him in the public eye - as they have irresponsibly done. Today's Press is no different to the press during the Nat Government years. As the US and other Western Country's have been known to do - the press has supported and helped create their "own" puppets, stooges, demagogues and dictators ... It is so sad that our party has fallen in such disarray - for we who have fought in The Struggle are the rightful owners of our party - the party of the people - for the people ... our incumbent duty being to "the people - not ourselves, our friends and family ... but the people ... A LUTA CONTINUA!!! owen_mshengu_sharif

  • Mpho - 2011-11-10 15:35

    Malema:I wanna appeal Zuma:on what grounds? Malema:I dnt care whether its soccer city or loftus I wanna appeal... ha!ha!ha!

  • derrick.dawson - 2011-11-10 15:36

    "We regret that a compulsory course on civility, good manners and economics 101 was not included," I just love that comment

  • JoaoFlickr - 2011-11-10 15:40

    @Ovaprivileged_Whitey In South Africa the National Party came to power in 1948 not understanding the global game. At first the Fabian Socialists and the World powers let them be. They hoped that the Afrikaner Nationalists would become like the Nazis and decimate the blacks, obviously solving the population problem.

  • JoaoFlickr - 2011-11-10 15:41

    Instead the Afrikaners built hospitals for the blacks, cured their diseases, raised their life expectancy by 30 years, the same as white’s. The Nationalists built schools for them, gave them their own countries and assisted them to run it…the result was that by 1980 the black population exploded and stood at 35 million. A disaster for the one worlders. When the white South Africans did not want to decimate the blacks the blacks were agitated and set loose on the whites, hoping it would trigger a civil war and that the whites would that way cull the blacks, but the whites easily put down these revolts and carried on building houses and hospitals for the blacks. By 1990 their numbers were 40 million and that of the whites 4 million.

  • JoaoFlickr - 2011-11-10 15:41

    Not only that. The good, Christian white farmers of South Africa were feeding the entire population, black and white, and exporting their products not only to Europe but to the rest of Africa. An obvious disaster for the Platoists and one worlders. That is why the system of Apartheid simply had to go. Apartheid was too good to the blacks. Their numbers exploded, the blacks from the neighboring socialist states flocked to South Africa. State of the art electrified fences could not keep them out. On the Mozambique border with the Kruger National Park they were facing lions and hyenas to get INTO South Africa.

      philjoubert - 2011-11-11 07:30

      Wow - I'm flat out disgusted. You have blinkers on. Keep telling yourself that the Nats really had black interest and welfare in mind. They were trying to do the bare minimum - that's like saying the following: Prisons are so kind to prisoners - they give them free pig slop and a multi-million rand complex to live in - with free security. Look how kind. I'm happy that Malema has been brought to book - even if it's just a political Ace being pulled. But, I see no reason for some of the bigotry on both sides of the race line on these forums. Proud of your point of view? Use your full name. I'm sad to share any on my common DNA with you.

  • Rob - 2011-11-10 15:42

    Julius the little fat maaifodie

  • JoaoFlickr - 2011-11-10 15:42

    @ Ovaprivileged Whitey That is why the Socialists had Apartheid in the UN declared as “A crime against humanity”…not because of how bad it was to blacks, but because of how good it was. Today we have the ANC black socialists in power. For their efforts they are richly rewarded, because they are playing the game. Under their policies, white farmers are disappearing. Food production is decreasing. The Malthusian catastrophe is being forcefully introduced in South Africa.

  • Phakamani - 2011-11-10 15:43

    i'm very, very happy with the president's decission of suspenting Julius Malema and Mr Shivambu, atleast Malema will Get enough time to focus on his metric exams. "this is a revolutionally room NOT for MATRICULANTS, it either you behave or you suspended (OUT)" GUDLUCK to your EXAMS JUJU.

  • JoaoFlickr - 2011-11-10 15:44

    @ Ovaprivileged Whitey Africa is once against starving as we see in the Horn of Africa. South Africa has for the first time in its history started to import food. Clean water is becoming scarce in South Africa. Food is more expensive than in Europe. Hospitals are run down. The education system is dumbed down. 500 thousand blacks die each year from AIDS. Black on white crime has increased exponentially. Whites are being impoverished. Black hate-speech against whites is increasing. It does not take much intellect to start realising what the message is from the powers that be.

  • Thabo - 2011-11-10 15:46

    Now lets see if Cyril Ramaphosa will use this chance to be elected as a deputy president next year in Mangaung by simply ruling out the decision of the NDC.if Mr Malema win the appeal,Mr Ramaphosa will be rewarded by the ANCYL propably to be a DP, believe it or not.if he doesnt rule the NDC decision he will be suffocated by the ANCYL until until. Of course Mr JZ is out next year simply because the ANCYL influence the majority of South Africans to decide whom they want to be our next president. Well Mr Zuma you can try to play your games but the truth remains, it is this boy who gave you the power and you could have implemented the discipline in 2007 when he was giving you power.Discipline him for giving you power in that manner.was that possible? now I think its too late,he will defeat you finally.am sorry to say

  • foxiloxi - 2011-11-10 15:48

    Why is everybody responding to Ovapriviledged_Whitey? He pastes the same nonsense day in and day out under different guise's - Ignore it!!

      Cameronl - 2011-11-10 16:06

      u have a point he`s just like these 2 other morons from earlier, spoke utter crap

  • Desree - 2011-11-10 15:55

    ovapriviledged whitey.... did you know that the ANC is throwing a R100 million party? that could house and feed a lot of people. We are not against helping you, but we DO NOT pay taxes just to watch it go into the back pockets of ministers. Julius earns in the millions per month... that goes to the numerous houses he owns and his cars. Its a recurring story of freedom fighter comes into power, then when the money rolls in, nothing goes out. Things would take time to change after apartheid.... but its going slower because everyone in power takes takes and takes, but nothing goes back to the people. You will be screaming black power until you are blue in the face- but you cannot deny that there has been equality since 1994 and what has been done? We all want a better country, but you seriously cannot blame the white people for everything... there is a new generation in that has NOTHING to do with apartheid. What do you want from us? And I will tell you a little secret.... a lot of us battle, I see a lot of white people on the side of the road begging too. You are naive to think we have it easy. And white people may appear rich, but 80% they live on debt... Well saying this doesn't help because most people, black and white cant see past their own noses

  • Cameronl - 2011-11-10 16:00

    OMG!! ova privileged will you shut the hell up already, i have my picture up so you can see who`s telling you to shut that trap of yours, the past is the past for petes sake get over it! ur talkin about the numberless ball why cant we see who's writting all this crap? please please please get on your horse an ride on out of town

  • Paul - 2011-11-10 16:00

    5 years will fly by. . . . .

  • hilton.bannister - 2011-11-10 16:02

    @Ovaprivileged_Whitey Don't hate yourself coz u black

  • Wizzard - 2011-11-10 16:05

    I’m not sure, is it Julius Malema or Julius Dilemma? Bye Bye miss American pie, bye bye miss African Juliu, bye bye……

  • Alva - 2011-11-10 16:07

    Julius is going to have to sell his purple suit! :-P

  • hilton.bannister - 2011-11-10 16:17

    One day Malema walks into a Nando's and order's a 1/4 chicken meal. The lady at the counter asks him if he wants it hot. Malema hearing this was outraged "WHAT? Ofcourse I want it HOT! I want it very very very HOT!" He then turned around and told the next customer in line. "Can you believe these poople, jus coz Im black they want to give me the cold Shiggen!"

  • Spiral - 2011-11-10 16:23

    can open, worms everywhere... the next few weeks should be entertaining :)... to say the least

  • John - 2011-11-10 16:34

    it looks like Xmas has come early for all the people of South Africa

  • Tyrone - 2011-11-14 19:14

    i laud along with the other parties

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