EFF: a scheme to send Malema back to Sandton.

2013-11-21 06:56

“My blood is black, green and gold” these were the words of the then ANCYL President Julius Malema back when he thought he can do everything. Little did we know when he said these words his blood would substitute the gold for red making his blood black, green and red.

His blood did not change in an instant however, it was a process of insults to leaders, insults to South Africans and a flow of embarrassments to the young people he was said to represent.

Following the Polokwane conference, our liberal media and some of the comrades in the ANC made Malema think he can do anything. That he can put anyone in power and remove them whenever he wants to.

Right after Polokwane Malema called for Gwede Mantashe to step down as the ANC Secretary General. “Gwede Mantashe must step down or face recall” Malema shouted and headlines followed.

NUMASA’s Irvin Jim would defend Gwede saying "the ANC is not run by tsotsis who sit in shebeens and decide to put their friends as leaders". Malema here was seen as a tsotsi with shebeen tendencies.

By 2011 Malema’s head further grew leading him to the belief that he can remove both the SG of the ANC and the President; an anti-ANC leadership ANCYL was born with full teeth ready to bite.

Malema called for Jacob Zuma to resign and smeared the president’s name; he apologized for doing the same to Thabo Mbeki and praised him.

Blade Ndzimande and Zwelinzima Vavi warned that if Malema or the ANCYL would succeed in removing the ANC president and the SG, South Africa would become a “banana” republic.

With his head growing, he went outside South African borders and called for regime change in Botswana and went to campaign for ZanuPF in Zimbabwe. Malema thought he was unstoppable and there was nothing standing in his way until ANC leaders had enough.

When in South Africa, he went to airports to welcome black sports stars and asked “Where are white people” to welcome them.

He called press conferences and chased away journalists telling them of their agent tendencies and things they had in their pants.

He convened ANCYL conferences where old men same age as him were not scared to bare their butts out to journalist for the whole world to see.

With success, he alienated young people who loved the ANC and he turned the ANCYL into a group of Tsotsis who behaved as if they were in a shebeen as Irvin put it. Truly, the ANCYL of Malema was on a mission to make SA a banana republic.


Malema was originally found guilty by the national disciplinary committee of sowing divisions within the ruling party in November in 2011 and was sentenced to a five-year suspension by the ANC.

He was found to have unfavourably compared the leadership style of President Jacob Zuma to that of former president Thabo Mbeki, and made remarks about bringing regime change in Botswana.

His suspension was turned into an expulsion after Malema appealed the sentence and the NDCA granted the big headed Malema and his close friends an opportunity to argue in mitigation of the original sentence.

Going to Mangaung, Malema still had hopes that his sentence would be overturned. This I believe was because his head was still big; he thought he would be able to remove the Polokwane conference leadership and get his position after the Mangaung conference.

He thought he was so powerful that he would be able to pull strings outside the Mangaung conference.

While he was doing this, he was also writing a letter to the same people he wanted to remove.

Malema  wrote in to the Mangaung conference “I remain a loyal supporter and member of the ANC willing to be corrected and guided under its principles, constitution, values and vision to achieve all Freedom Charter objectives. I thus far have avoided the option of going to court because I believe that the national conference of the ANC should be given the opportunity to once again look at the issue of disciplinary process that culminated in the current situation.”

“... I have thus far withdrawn my participation in the formal structures of the ANC and ANC Youth League, despite the resolution of the ANC Youth League that I remain its leader until the ANC Youth League’s 25th national congress in 2014,”

As the saying goes, it was already cold for Malema and he was ready to be a good boy. With this letter, Malema came to a realisation that he was not bigger than anyone, that the ANC was bigger than him.


ANC SG who Malema wanted out with the president received the letter and said sorry Juju you are too late!!.

Mantashe said the Malema matter had been “handled and was done” by the party’s disciplinary structures…“It was exhausted and finished.”

Yhoo Malema blood went became RED in an instant realizing the doors have been shut and there was no way of coming in as the leadership he was against came out of Mangaung stronger.

Expelled Frustrated Fraudsters (EFF) would be born the following year led by a very frustrated angry Malema who blames everything from his corruption and tax fraud charges to the weather on  Zuma. The mission to turn South Africa into a Banana Republic was born again.


I wont vote EFF because wont be fooled by Malema who has formed a political party not driven by morals or values but by greed and hunger for power.

Malema did not form EFF because the ANC was too corrupt for him; he formed it because he realized the taps of tenders were shut for him.

If the ANC was so wrong for him he would have never written letters saying he will be a good boy and must be let in again.

If the ANC was so wrong as the EFF says Malema would have withdrawn his ANC membership while he was warmly inside and left before he was expelled.

Now Malema is just hating because he can’t get it..

As I have said before; unlike EFF, the ANC is not owned by a person or a group.

It was not owned by Nelson Mandela when he was president and was not owned by Thabo Mbeki, it’s also not owned by Jacob Zuma. Like Mandela and Mbeki’s admistration came to an end, Zuma’s term will come to an end.

One wonders what will happened to Malema’s favourite terms “ZANC” “ZANCYL”. Will they remove the Z when Zuma goes and come back to “ANC”?

ANC leaders come and go but their support does not change; it’s a different story with EFF. Malema and Floyd own EFF not the people. It will take their directions not the people’s direction.

Again, I simply refused a spineless man like Julius Malema who says joined EFF today and might say let’s go back to the ANC when the media frenzy fades away and EFF is dropped like COPE and UDM were.

I refuse to vote a party that says boldly South Africa must prepare for a Zimabwe like situation. Currently, unemployment stands at over 90% in Zimbabwe. There are over a million Zimbabweans in South Africa.

Zimbabweans own their land; they also own extreme levels of poverty and unemployment. They own the best education system in Africa; that is great, but they can’t use that great education.

One will quickly remind me of economic sanctions in Zimbabwe. I will ask that person if we want those sanctions in South Africa.

Unlike white South Africans who moved to Australia when the ANC took over I don’t have money to go to richer countries.

If Malema would be our next president and we have a Zim-like situation our hard fought degrees will be deemed irrelevant and we will have to go and seek jobs in other countries.

We would cross borders and go to other countries and sing in trains for money or sell sweets.

Trusting Julius Malema for Nationalisation or Economic is like trusting or sending a rat to share cheese with cats

EFF is nothing but a scheme to send Malema back to Sandton to finish his half built mansion.

Fighters, comrades, democrats and citizens follow me @esethu_u


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