ANC Youth Leader: South Africa Will Seize White-Owned Farms
#1
YEAH THATS RIGHT.
i doubt the Afrikaners will agree.


Peta Thornycroft | Johannesburg 04 April 2010

African National Congress Youth League leader Julius Malema, at a rally in
Harare in neighboring Zimbabwe, 3 April 2010

The controversial youth leader of South Africa's African National Congress
has praised Zimbabwe's program for taking over thousands of white-owned
farms, and says his country will follow the example. Comments were made at
a rally organized by President Robert Mugabe's ZANU-PF party in Zimbabwe.
ANC Youth Wing leader Julius Malema told a few hundred ZANU-PF youth members
the South African party would follow Zimbabwe's lead, and soon take over
white farms in South Africa.

Speaking Saturday at a small Harare stadium, he said Zimbabwe had led the
"fight over land" and encouraged Zimbabweans to also take over white and
foreign-owned companies.

Mulema was in Zimbabwe at the invitation of ZANU-PF Indigenization Minister
Saviour Kasukuwere, who has decreed that black Zimbabweans must own 51
percent of all Zimbabwean companies.

Regulations to support the indigenous legislation were published earlier
this year, but Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) trade and industry
legislator Welshman Ncube said they had not gone through due parliamentary
process and must be re-done.

Malema said people must "embrace indigenization."

He said ZANU-PF and the ANC "fought together in the trenches" for liberation
and must continue to fight against what he called Western imperialism.

Malema said he would not be meeting the MDC, the other main partner in the
power-sharing government that won the 2008 elections. He said this was
because it had not taken part in the 1970s anti-colonial war. The Movement
for Democratic Change was formed in 1999.

ZANU-PF accuses the MDC of being a product of Western imperialism.

Malema seized on this theme at the rally.

"We are aware of the imperialists and, in particular, of the West giving
them money to take liberation movements out of power," he said. "They are
doing that with the ANC in South Africa. They are doing that with all
progressive forces in Africa. You are not alone. Your struggle is our
struggle."

Malema surprised some ZANU-PF members when he told them not to engage in
violence during elections. Hundreds of MDC supporters have been killed and
tens of thousands injured since the MDC fought its first election in 2000.

"This rumor that you are using violence in Zimbabwe, is going to make ZANU
[PF] lose elections," he added. "You must engage ideologically. This is an
ideological warfare. We must be prepared to change the minds of our people
and educate them to understand where do we want to take this country to, not
through violence."

Malema told ZANU-PF youth members he would continue singing the ANC struggle
song, "Kill the Boer," or the white farmer, even if it meant being sent to
jail. A South African court last week banned the controversial song.

He sang the song at the rally and a few ZANU-PF members struggled to sing
along in Malema's Zulu home language.
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#2
Zimbabwe II coming up.
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#3
I'm told it will be a bloodbath after Mandela dies.  It's already a third world cesspool now.  If itt weren't such a beautiful place to live, I think a lot of SAs would just leave, but people are like that.

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This is a god example of what was the most industrial nation in Africa completely turning into a basket case due to western meddling. but unlike the betrayal of a once good nation Rhodesia. Which was and could of remained and even  become a brighter light for Africa instead  now is what the liberals the west and commies all hoped for a disaster and catastrophe that is zimbabwe.  South Africa will go with a very big bang but hey they got the world cup so it must a walk in the tulips ah
sad
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#5
How can it be that these people never learn from History and keep proposing the same crap over and over? Huh?
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(04-08-2010, 01:10 PM)Montgisard Wrote: How can it be that these people never learn from History and keep proposing the same crap over and over? Huh?

I keep asking libs to defend what they (collectively) wanted to happen in Zimbabwe, uh Rhodesia.  It's not like central command economies are ever going to work, and it's not like you can ignore reality either.
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#7
Libtards can and make a profession out of it
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(04-08-2010, 01:24 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: Libtards can and make a profession out of it

I read a nasty obituary for TB written by an SA journalist which missed the mark.  She conveniently ignores the mess SA has been becoming, which basically vindicates to some extent, TB's position which she maligned with the usual magical words, "paranoid", "delusional", "racist" and so forth. 

They figure that if they use enough of those incantations, that the problems of race relations and those who actively suffer from and attempt to call attention to the problem go away, or get bludgeoned to death by their black emplyeees.
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Uh, my understanding was that TB denied his laborers the payment of their wages (which has been a very common practice where white supremacist/colonial regimes have been set up, throughout the world).  The reality is that if TB and his followers would like some white earth, they could go back to their countries of ethnic origin (the Netherlands, Britain, etc). Granted, they probably can't handle racial integration and the social supports that exist in those countries (otherwise known as civilization), but if ethnic identity is so important, that is surely where they should go.

I also love how the racists on FE support all forms of white ethnic identity and cultural integrity, but are against self-determination and cultural integrity of black people.  How do people deny their errors in logic?

(04-08-2010, 01:35 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(04-08-2010, 01:24 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: Libtards can and make a profession out of it

I read a nasty obituary for TB written by an SA journalist which missed the mark.  She conveniently ignores the mess SA has been becoming, which basically vindicates to some extent, TB's position which she maligned with the usual magical words, "paranoid", "delusional", "racist" and so forth. 

They figure that if they use enough of those incantations, that the problems of race relations and those who actively suffer from and attempt to call attention to the problem go away, or get bludgeoned to death by their black emplyeees.
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#10
happyandspitefull
the Afrikaners have been in Africa for a long ass time. your bull is like native Americans telling you to go back to Haiti oh wait that's just. but to tell others who have been in America since birth or Africa as in Afrikaners since birth and for hundreds of years to leave is absurd.
u talk about civilization? well the whites brought sub Sahara Africa civilization. by any definition of civilization before white colonialism sub-sahara Africa and to be more specific what became south Africa wasn't civilized. so pls do tell us about civilization happyandspitfull
do tell
TB wasn't a supremacist he wanted a separate homeland for his people. considering it was his people that made south Africa the most industrial nation on the continent i don't blame him.
let me guess comrade bobs zimbabwe is your model or is it haiti?
well not all people will wish to live like that and go freely. those who have had civilization will fight to keep it.
TB
RIP
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