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Malema: ANC worse than apartheid

2013-09-22 20:06

Rustenburg - The ANC is worse than the apartheid government, EFF founder Julius Malema said on Saturday.

"Our people did not die for a house that will not last for three months,'' he said referring to RDP houses.

He was speaking at a rally in Lethabong near Rustenburg, to celebrate his party registration with the IEC.

He said the ANC built small poor quality houses in contrast to what they had been fighting for.

"There is nothing dignified about the houses."

He said supplying water to residents was not complex.

"You just dig a hole and put a pipe to take water to the people -  it is so simple."

He said black people would never own land under the ANC.

"Our struggle is about land. Mandela was arrested for demanding land."

He said people should vote for a party that could deliver.

"Do not vote for people who sing and jive. Vote for principles and policies that deliver.''

Malema was expected to launch his party in Marikana on 13 October.

Malema accused the ANC of killing Marikana mineworkers.

"It is only in SA where 34 people are killed and no one resigns.''

He was referring to 34 mineworkers killed on 16 August 2012 during a strike at the Lonmin mines in Marikana.

"There is a restless spirit at that koppie. We are going to tell the spirit that we are taking the economic freedom forward."

Malema ended his speech by singing the controversial kill the boer song, replacing kill with kiss.

 

Comments
  • Shivan Singh - 2013-09-22 20:15

    No comment...

  • Ali Motaung - 2013-09-22 20:18

    One wonders why did it take him so long to realize that or to make that statement. Was he gonna say that if he wasn't expelled!?

      SharonE - 2013-09-22 20:55

      And another burning question: If Jacob phoned him tomorrow, and told him he could have it all back, would he still be on his little soapbox denouncing the ANC?

      Ashanzi Afrika - 2013-09-22 21:11

      Livhuwani, where were you educated?

      Andrew Selous - 2013-09-22 21:23

      @Ashanzi,that would be whats app or Blackberry.Take your pick.

      Armstrong Dreadnaught - 2013-09-22 21:31

      @Ashanzi Afrika - Educated? Ha! Ha!

  • Patricia Dewet - 2013-09-22 20:23

    He is good in giving water to the people, tell the municipalities the Malema easy way.

  • Puckson Sibusiso Gumede - 2013-09-22 20:24

    This is moronic surely the apartheid gvt wouldn't have allowed people of Malema's calibre to hog the limelight nor to form political parties! If anything all black political parties were outlawed. Please let us think before we just say things that expose us as empty vessels

      Letlotlo Sephapo Malope - 2013-09-23 08:12

      Awesome comment!

  • Nomcebo Ngidi - 2013-09-22 20:25

    Hold it Juju ,On Point Engineering was awarded 13m tender to connect water to some villages in Limpopo it never materialised but invoices were paid

      Mandlisto - 2013-09-22 21:06

      Ag come on only that?

      Haloe - Haloe - 2013-09-23 01:08

      Ja He dug the hole and put in the pipe but --- eish no water coming out. Oooo maybe we forgot to make a connection. Lol

      Richard Scully - 2013-09-23 05:17

      Under the ANC

  • Emanuel Ratshimume - 2013-09-22 20:28

    It is true ANC is best for Buildind nkandla n fight to protect all the scandals done by there Boss Zuma who is buzy steal our money and merry who ever He want.

  • Gerald Beer - 2013-09-22 20:31

    Everything is easy, like making a box, some wood, some nails and ooops. You failed.

  • Tshou Kingsley - 2013-09-22 20:48

    sum1 need a brain transplant here

      Mandlisto - 2013-09-22 21:07

      And that someone is you, I guess

  • jacques.shepperson - 2013-09-22 20:51

    Engineer Malema ""You just dig a hole and put a pipe to take water to the people - it is so simple."

      Frik du Toit - 2013-09-23 01:17

      Just shows what a f87ing retard he is.

      Lucas Thulani - 2013-09-23 01:39

      just 2 correct u brother we call that a plumber not an engineer ok

  • Jones Machaka - 2013-09-22 21:00

    Julius, now you are losing it brotherhood.

  • Jason Marriott - 2013-09-22 21:01

    Doesn't this picture make you think of the marshmallow man from ghost busters. :)

  • Madumetja April - 2013-09-22 21:02

    true not juju.

  • Badu Duba - 2013-09-22 21:18

    Malema pliz prepare yourself to go to jail. Stop preaching lies.

  • Eddie Maleti - 2013-09-22 21:49

    When did u notice that Julius? Before or after u were kicked out?

      Ngwana Gae - 2013-09-23 07:58

      Was he not kicked out because he noticed whilst still inside?

  • Livo Naledi - 2013-09-22 21:54

    anc worse than aparteid? i am not an anc member but i find this comparison to be very very offensive. this guy must just live politics to the matured and come to be a tribal chief here at dithakong. here is where senseless and mindless people like him are welcomed to the throne. think about it juju.

      Mkhanyiseli Mdleleni - 2013-09-22 21:56

      Tribal? Tribal? Who r u punk?

      Lwandile Mabusela - 2013-09-23 06:29

      He is not the only person who believes that apartheid government was better than this government.

  • Bongiwe Dlutu - 2013-09-22 21:55

    I wonder when dd he notice

  • Morgan Mboy Sekgobela - 2013-09-22 21:57

    True that Juju our government now has become a place of playing sports,,,Sanitition,facilities education&Job opportunities are not taken so sereous like before.But money is the one that lead the world,,,,where is the truth that DR NELSON MANDELA fought for??i just wish he could see what happen here on the ground.TRC is meanless to our leaders,,if it is understandable why JUJU has been expelled from the rulling party?

  • Tshepo Moakamedi - 2013-09-22 22:02

    So says the big bellied jim comes to Jozi. vote for Eddie Amin.

  • Siphiwe Mishack - 2013-09-22 22:08

    LoL malema I remember you were part of the ANC youth and you didn't even see that,,, focus on your party than looking at other peoples mistake Your party is worse than ANC youth because its surrounded by thiefs and criminals

  • Mishumo Muleba Golden - 2013-09-22 22:12

    Now someone is putting words in my leader's mouth,he said 'kiss' not kill.

  • Sibusiso Zwana - 2013-09-22 22:25

    "Do not vote for people who sing and jive" hahaha this part makes me laugh having a pic of NkandlaBoy singing and dancing, but Juju you use 2 dance with him during the times some of us having been lamenting African Notorious Corruption (ANC) is worse than apartheid.

  • Given Phiri - 2013-09-22 22:34

    Tell us more that we do not know about u when u have a Housing Tender with ur friends.

  • Wish Masilela - 2013-09-22 22:37

    lol julius 'commander-in-chief' malema, you are a pres in waiting my leader, that is your destiny which anc (zanc) can't take away from you.

  • Craig Drysdale - 2013-09-22 22:44

    Brilliant comment. So true.

      Kalies Willem - 2013-09-23 06:30

      Es a waarheid

  • Bruno Rech - 2013-09-22 23:19

    Its funny how the youth will see the hole county burn just because they feel hatred towards whites. Malema has not got one intelligent policy that will economically empower the country. In fact I challenge any one to tell me why economically malema will help RSA that's including educated africans.. And by the way at least I don't vote for the corrupt guy to stop corruption.

      Masi Africa Zitha - 2013-09-23 06:04

      That's a valid question Bruno. Malema does not have total unfounded hatred towards white people. He hates them only because they do not want to share the country's wealth with black people. On the question of him helping RSA economically: One thing that we want the most is Land bru. We dont want your businesses. We want full ownership of this country of which cannot be attained without land. So Malema will help get the Land back to black people and we will decide what to do with it. No one bears a right to ask us how are we going to utilize it because no one is entitled to ask any owner what do they intend doing with their property.

      Bruno Rech - 2013-09-23 10:05

      Masi Africa Zitha... Land redistribution has failed in every single african state. In fact in places like liberia it has failed so badly that the people are resorting to cannibalism in order to stop them self's from starving to death. Land redistribution is an form of communism. And we all know communism has absolutely failed across the world. The main reason is that your income in an communistic state does not repesent your effort their fore their is no incentive to work.. And do u honestly think u are going to get the land once malema repossessed it... I don't think so.. The land will be given to an few black elite "just like zimbabwe". And if u still don't think so then look at RSAs tea farms in magobaskloof. The where given to some black fat chief" like mulema" who squandered the land and caused thousands of employees to become unemployed. The farm was eventually sold back to an white guy. Not only that this radical process will kill foreign investment. This will cause south Africa's imports to totally shut down. We will not be able to import any thing due to sanctions. And also cause us not to be able to lend money from the world bank. Land redistribution in this country will make zimbabwe look like an puppy in comparison to the destruction it will cause.. And it will make black people more poor than what they are MARK MY WORDS.

  • cc. - 2013-09-23 00:25

    Juju, we know ANC's failures and we need change in government and in opposition...Please dont sound like DA!

  • Kevin Seyffert - 2013-09-23 00:30

    "Dig a hole, put in a pipe, it's not difficult" Now I fully understand why he could not pass woodwork. This guy is a Moron. Please media, stop giving this ass airtime, you are making our country look stupid!

  • Mfelasakhe Mahlangu - 2013-09-23 01:02

    The fact that the likes of Malema and EFF are getting the attention is an indictment to us as a nation and our state of politics. The fact is that this is a person who has been expelled from his party, has generally shown a lack of political maturity, and is facing a litany of corruption charges. It would seem people are so desparate to remove the ANC from power such that they even resort to desparate measures.

      Ngwana Gae - 2013-09-23 08:06

      He is certainly immature. But u are very short sighted.

  • Lerato Clement - 2013-09-23 04:53

    Viva EFF we are going forward juju and we deserve better!!!!

  • Bolsheviks Partysa - 2013-09-23 05:38

    Open letter to Mr. Malema, 23rd September 2013. Dear Sir, You served the African National Congress, became the President of the Youth league, and then, because what you stood for, your morals and standards, as it was obvious to you that what was initially the crux of the revolution, had been swept under the carpet, and that the government of the day was more concerned about their own personal agendas and what they could accumulated out of the situation into their respective personal bank accounts, caused you to become the victim instead of the victor. The will of the people, their hopes, aspirations and anticipation for a better life for all, was thrown out of the window. But in your defiance and criticism, you became the victim instead of the victor, which ultimately lead to your expulsion from the party, as you stood your ground, and were in defiance of what was happening, and behold, this is not something which the ruling party takes lightly to. They are not someone that appreciates criticism, irrespective of the fact that the criticism raised is constructive criticism. In spite of all of this, despite the negative press, you have remained firm in your view, morals and standards, and it is with that in mind that you decided to register your own political party, and highlight to the people all those malpractices, maladministration, corruption, factionalism, familiarity that breeds contempt, favouritism, rewards for past favours, that was the norm rather than the exception under the ruling party, and you were a first- hand witness too. And it is exactly for that reason that the ruling party knows that it should not underestimate your support that you enjoy lightly! You just know too much, and that to them is the biggest threat! We should stand united and remember what the revolution was about, its objectives, its morals and standards, and for once we should stand as one against the ruling party and defy their unorthodox, autocratic and dictatorial manner of government, where you as the citizen of the country has absolutely no say whatsoever. The Bolsheviks Party in the Soviet Union, identified the same kind of crisis in the management of the country, and acted with the people, their needs, not even wants, in mind, and ultimately succeeded in changing the part of the Russian Federation and made it a place where the will of the people became the first priority and not the last. The EFF and the Bolsheviks Party of South Africa, stand united in its criticism of what the ruling government is doing, where diplomacy has replaced revolution, and the consequence – a total disaster, like a runaway train with no brakes. Visit Moutse and the surrounding areas of Groblersdal, Marble Hall and Rooseenekal and witness first hand that the wishes of the people are ignored, capitalist are gaining and the citizens of the country, far worse off than ever before! You would be welcome to witness first-hand, how the ruling government has failed the people.

  • Jaap Kotze - 2013-09-23 06:04

    Water; ''Just dig a hole and put in a pipe''. So I can dig a hole anywhere? I agree under the ANC our water resources are being ruined, but supplying water is not the at simple.

  • Pete Mears - 2013-09-23 06:58

    so the more land you get the more dignified you feel...

  • Petro Jahnel - 2013-09-23 07:26

    Hypocrite!!

  • Champagne-For Everyone-Now - 2013-09-23 07:35

    What is the meaning of ironic? When you are "anti-white monopoly capital", but ride around to meet the impoverished masses in a Range Rover, a product that enshrines what capitalism is all about...and the car is, wait for it...white. It's not ironic, it's EFF-ing moronic. It surely put a smile on your face: )

      Thukhe Ndlovu Farmer - 2013-09-23 08:51

      What does zille drive when she meets the people? Is she riding a donkey to prove that she is as poor as them?

      Thukhe Ndlovu Farmer - 2013-09-23 08:54

      What does zille drive when she meets the people? Is she riding a donkey to prove that she is as poor as them?

  • Jakobus Thulasizwe - 2013-09-23 08:20

    This is the only leader Black South Africans should look up to. This young man is an inspiration to all of us. Long live Julius Malema long live, the histroy will judge you right bhuti!

  • Kenneth Maimane - 2013-09-23 08:24

    Kiss the boer?sorry juju i would not do that.

  • S'hawu Ndumiso - 2013-09-23 08:27

    People are forgeting that Malema owns a Breitling watch,and that what he means by economic freedom.

  • Amos Fakude - 2013-09-23 08:32

    EFF dose not have vission rather critisim ,no different with the other parties,action speaak louder than words,they will never rule sa unless the kingdom of zulu move to polokwane.

  • Stefan Labuschagne - 2013-09-23 08:39

    "You just dig a hole and put a pipe to take water to the people - it is so simple." Just shows you he has 2 braincells... 1 is laughing at the other 1 doing nothing What a complete joke of a man

  • S'hawu Ndumiso - 2013-09-23 08:45

    Politics has become a racial war rather than governing the country,mcm it's hard seeing our country going to the dumps after what we have been through and for it's even harder because im still 17 years old looking for real leaders in this country

      Joe Galo - 2013-09-23 10:23

      look around you and think very hard.......how was it and what had happened then you decide

  • Ndzalo Ripfumelo Marai - 2013-09-23 08:47

    Facepalm!

  • Gavin Taylor - 2013-09-23 10:20

    "You just dig a hole and put a pipe to take water to the people - it is so simple." Yes ..... just like farming. You just dig a hole and put some seeds in and all the starving people will be fed - it is so simple. Ask Mugabe

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