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Or is it all just hot air?

News24, sourced from SAPA, this afternoon reported that Malema must apologise for his seriously unwelcome comments to “silence opposition members in Zimbabwe”. This from a country that is suffering through one of the worst human rights violation  in the world, run by the horrid dictator Robert Mugabe.

Here is the article! Let’s hope they do something about it instead of just threatening action – which, let’s face it, is always the case with any Government and Juju (except the dictatorships and totalitarian states).

Malema ‘silencing Zimbabwe opposition’

Johannesburg- The Zimbabwe Youth Wing on Friday condemned ANCYL president Julius Malema for “silencing” opposition members in their country.

“It is judgmental, weird and… incites xenophobia,” the human rights group’s spokesperson Brian Muziringa told journalists in Johannesburg.

Malema has previously called Zimbabwe’s opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) “imperalists”.

MDC South African district chairperson Solomon Chikohwero said he was appalled by Malema going to Zimbabwe and showing support for its President Robert Mugabe in April last year.

“We saw him going to Zimbabwe and dining with the Zanu-PF [ruling party] and Mugabe. He was campaigning for them and in the end they gave him 21 head of cattle… we don’t know if this was payment or a gift of thanks,” Chikohwero said.

The Zimbabwe Youth Wing and the MDC in South Africa called on Malema to apologise for his statements.

Zimbabwe Youth Wing founder Ismael Kauzani said if Malema did not apologise, it would consider legal action.

http://www.news24.com/Africa/Zimbabwe/Malema-silencing-Zimbabwe-opposition-20110812

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It’s the white guy’s fault – ANCYL

Let me start by saying, I am the least racist person alive. Honestly, I couldn’t care less what colour your skin is – we all bleed red at the end of the day.

I am only 23 years old. Apartheid was at its end in 1991 when Nelson Mandela (adore him!!) was released from Robben Island, and officially over by 1994 when the gorgeous legend of a man was elected president of the newly-free South Africa. I was six. Racism didn’t mean anything to me and my sisters.

Let me add that I truly love my country. I was recently in the UK (YUK!), and it really does take leaving your own country to realise what a patriot you are. I have both South African and Italian citizenship – but am very proud to call myself South African.

What shames me is that I share a country with a racist, dictator-minded, tyrannical moron who believes that the white man (a miniscule portion of the now over 50-million population ofSouth Africa) is the enemy. This kind of paranoia was shared by Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hilter and bandito Mussolini over sixty years ago.  

This is same man who two days ago released a statement praising Fidel Castro’s regime in Cuba (red flag people! This is what he wants for our country).

This morning, the ANCYL is blaming several “white imperialists”, “white capitalists” and “white right-wing reactionaries”. Such people include:
Rupert family to media giant Naspers;
Absa CEO Maria Ramos;
DA MP Wilmot James.

IOL this morning reported that “the league implied Ramos had a hand in Malema’s woes as she had ‘publicly opposed policy positions (of the league), particularly on the nationalisation of mines’.  

The statement went on to draw comparisons between the media’s revelations about Malema and the hacking scandal playing itself out in Rupert Murdoch’s media empire after revelations that the now defunct News of the World tapped into the voicemail records of several royals, celebrities and crime victims in search of tabloid scoops.

“Is the Rupert family… approving the Murdoch hacking strategy of prying into the personal accounts and private lives of political personalities?” the statement asked.

Among a list of rhetorical questions the league posed to City Press – “(we are) asking these questions not with the intention of getting honest answers from City Press” – were the following:

  • “How much farm and agricultural land does the Rupert family own in South Africa today, and how did they acquire such land?”
  • “If indeed an amount of R200 000 has been deposited into the trust to facilitate a deal, and this is illegal, why did City Press not open a criminal case against Mr Malema and the person who claims to have deposited a bribe into his account, because the laws of this country force them to do so?”
  • “What is the role of Absa, whose CEO, Mario Ramos, has publicly opposed the policy positions of the ANC Youth League, particularly on the nationalisation of mines?”
  • “Why is Wilmot James, the DA federal chairperson, a director of News24, owner of City Press, and these right-wing newspapers?”

http://www.iol.co.za/thestar/ancyl-desperately-seeking-conspiracies-1.1107236    

 *sigh* I don’t know where they get these ideas – maybe Fidel Castro and Robert Mugabe have co-authored a manifesto that Malema’s been reading.

 

Malema’s secret millions… and more

Julius Malema has again come under the spotlight (as usual) but this time he’s not the one with the mouth.

On Sunday 24 July, the City Press newspaper released a 3-page spread on various Malema issues that have needed to be said for some time now – only lacked a mouth piece. This situation they remedied by finding the accurate corroboration to their articles on how Malema is funding such a lavish lifestyle that could afford a R16-million house in Sandton.

So the “champion of the poor” or “Robin Hood” it seems has been using political favour to grant tenders to the value of R200-million to Limpopo business interests, and in return he gets a “commission fee” off these deals. See City Press article for full details on this “secret fund” – http://www.citypress.co.za/SouthAfrica/News/Malemas-secret-fund-20110723

The company who is apparently funding this lavish lifestyle is MPPJ Property Development. The boss, Matome Hlabioa, has bragged recently about his own lavish lifestyle and having donated a Range Rover to Malema. But I think “donated” can be taken with a pinch of salt, as these lucrative contracts were awarded to the company recently (A.K.A since Malema took office in 2008):

The Limpopo contracts MPPJ won include:
» A R115 million housing tender to complete 2 981 low- cost houses in Mopani and Waterberg district municipalities in Limpopo in the 2007/08 financial year;
» A R15.4 million tender in the Waterberg district municipality in 2007;
» A R3.35 million tender from Public Works for work in the Greater Giyani district in 2008;
» A R11.6 million housing tender for the Mogalakwena local municipality for 300 units in the 2008/09 financial year;
 » A R12.9 million tender for additions and renovations at a primary school last year;
» A R15.9 million tender for work at another primary school last year; and
» A R38.2 million housing tender for 700 units in Greater Marble Hall local municipality, also during last year. See http://www.citypress.co.za/SouthAfrica/News/This-is-how-Juju-rolls-20110723 on “How Juju rolls”.

A trust account was created that same year called the Ratanang Family Trust, named after his son. City Press reported that “The source, who has business interests across the province, says the trust’s account is held by Absa. His company previously deposited R200 000 into the account as a reward to Malema after he negotiated a tender for him. […]The source believed “millions” pass through that account a year. He says while the trust is being used largely to fund Malema’s lifestyle, it is not his only source of income because some business people and politicians pay cash. ” That would explain paying R78 000 in cash for a luxury holiday. He also apparently paid cash for his own farm in Limpopo, which – wait for it – is under land claim review itself. ha ha!

The source has remained anonymous but confirmed the existence of the trust account. See http://www.citypress.co.za/SouthAfrica/News/Source-confirms-existence-of-Jujus-family-trust-and-its-modus-operandi-20110723

Then, in a press conference held Monday 25 July, Malema’s spokespeople denied such allegations, stating that the fund is actually used for charitable ventures and not personal wealth. But the City Press evidence says to the contrary – perhaps why no one is taking it seriously.

 AfriForum – the group responsible for taking Malema to court over a hate speech case in recent months – has lodged a formal complaint against him over alleged corruption charges. These are criminal charges, so will be taken with utmost scrutiny and severity.

COPE (The Congress of the People) have asked that the “thug” Malema has charges brought against him immediately. The DA (Democratic Alliance) has been insisting that a lifestyle audit by the South African Revenue Service be conducted for some time now. And, best of all, COSATU (the trade union association inSouth Africa) has demanded the same. So now, Malema can’t mouth off about racism, because people from all walks are demanding the same level of justice.

In fact, the ANC ruling party itself has demanded answers. Malema sure is in the spotlight now! Yesterday during the press conference, Malema himself tweeted, “Funny that only white journalist are asking questions at this #Malema press conference. Follow hashtag for details.”

Hmmmmm…..

Below is the Youth League’s official response – but before you read it, let me just say that towards the bottom where it’s stated that the Public Protector has proved them wrong – this is absolutely not true! I honestly don’t know where they got that drivel from, but there you have it. A dictator’s relationship with truth and sanity is always a strained one.

My last question: How you gonna get out of this one Juju??

ANC Youth League statement on the allegations of a secret fund for ANC Youth League President Julius Malema
25 July 2011

The ANC Youth League has noted reports about allegations of a ‘secret fund’ of ANC Youth League President Julius Malema as reported in various newspapers, particularly the City Press. In these reports, newspaper seek to suggest that there has been wrong –doing on the part of ANC Youth League President in establishing a Trust.

The Ratanang Family Trust is not a secret fund and all honest media and South Africans are fully aware that it is not a secret fund. When ANC Youth League President Julius Malema opened the church built by money from the Trust with President Jacob Zuma in 2009, it was openly communicated and displayed that the church was built by the Ratanang Family Trust. In many occasions, President Julius Malema has contributed to building of houses for poor families, bought school shoes and many teaching and learning support materials for many poor children across the country.

The President of the ANC Youth League has on several occasions assisted orphanages, contributed to the education of students in Universities and bought wheelchairs for needy and physically disabled children in Ikwezi Lokusa in the Eastern Cape. In all these instances, the resources used to help needy and poor citizens came from the Ratanang Family Trust, which is not a secret fund; because it is openly displayed in some of the work it has helped on. If the Trust was a secret Trust as alleged, it could have not been openly displayed on Church officially opened by President Zuma in front of all media.

The Ratanang Family Trust is registered with the Master of High Court, South African Revenue Services (SARS) and is tax compliant. As far as we are concerned, the Master of High Court does not register secret funds and President Julius Malema would not have registered as a trustee if the Trust was a secret fund. If there is any wrong doing on the part of the Trust, ANC Youth League President is open and ready for investigations by SARS and any other law enforcement agencies. If there are citizens who believe that there is wrong-doing, they should report such to the Law enforcement agencies and not to Newspapers. All this should never be done to achieve narrow political scores, like some right-wing formations have already started.

ANC Youth League President instructed his Lawyers to interdict the report about the Trust, because he was convinced that it was not necessary to write about his personal finances, a message communicated in the Press Conference called to respond to allegations of a R16 million house. The ANC Youth League is of the conviction that personal finances are private and media should respect that and if there are suspicions of wrong doing, every citizen has a right to bring that to the attention of Law enforcement agencies.

The ANC Youth League is fully behind President Julius Malema and has no reason to doubt anything he is doing, because we are aware of and highly appreciate the political, organisational, ideological and social responsibility work he has been doing since 2008. President Julius Malema remains the Commander in Chief of Economic Freedom Fighters and will soldier on until all economic liberties are attained. Attempts to discredit ANC Youth League President by the City Press and the Journalist responsible have in the past dismally failed and reprimanded by the Press Ombudsman and officially proven wrong by the Public Protector for spreading lies and unfounded rumours.

In the ruling he presented on the City Press Newspaper reports that happened between February and September 2009, the Press Ombudsman came to the judgment that the City Press newspaper “is reprimanded for:

Using a front page picture to portray a misleading message; and

Inaccurate reporting that bridges were washed away”.

The recent reports and allegations of a secret trust will once again be dismissed and reprimanded, because they are not a reflection of reality.

The allegations of the City Press and other Newspapers have exposed to the ANC Youth League who our genuine allies are, and who are people who are gullible and can easily buy into the agenda of right-wing media instruments, used to question the leadership of the ANC Youth League because of the issues the organisation raises. The ANC Youth League is fully aware that all these allegations are an attempt to divert our attention from the issues we are raising, particularly on Nationalisation of Mines and expropriation of land without compensation. These are issues we will continue to raise without fear or favour and we will never retreat because victory is certain.

My money is none of your business – Malema

“A house costing R16-million to construct only exists in the imaginations of rightwing, narrow-minded and obsessed white people, who always think Africans cannot and should not build houses of their own,” – Julius Malema

ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME???!!!

So the “Champion of the poor” – as he proclaims himself to be – denies that he is building a R16-million house. We will have to see. In the mean time, this business of dubbing yourself a hero has really been getting on my nerves.

Has anyone ever heard Nelson Mandela call himself a hero? NO, I think not. He is called that, and rightly so, by the world. The only world Malema is a hero is the one he lives in in his head.

This morning, The Times newspaper reported an articles called “My money is none of your business” as announced by Julius Malema. Once again, Malema is playing the race card as one of the only people still living in the Apartheid.

The following are excerpts from the articles, which can be seen on http://www.timeslive.co.za/thetimes/2011/07/21/my-money-is-none-of-your-business-malema

“I’m the only remaining leading political figure in South Africa who gets welcomed in the squatter camps. During the elections, there was a squatter camp called Stjwetla, where they refused ANC people to campaign, where they said you can’t come here. But when they heard that Julius [was] coming, they said today you can enter, no problem, you are with Malema. He is going to listen to us,” said Malema.

[…]

Malema, whose has backed calls for nationalisation with arguments that the wealth of the country is owned by white capitalists who hindered the economic freedom of the poor, side-stepped suggestions that he was also a benefactor of the self-same capitalism.

[…]

“One of the things I have learned in my short life in politics is the ability to live in the conditions of capitalism while fighting it and defeating it. I don’t exploit people,” he said.

That last little sentence kind of makes me want to get sick.

Why is it always about colour??

ANCYL: You are the only ones making this about colour!

A press release issued by dear old Floyd yesterday revealed that the ANCYL is “disgusted” by “ventilations of the pawn of white capitalists, Bheki Sibiya on Nationalisation”. It reads:

The ANC Youth League is utterly disgusted by the ventilations and ranting of Chamber of Mines Chief Executive Officer, Bheki Sibiya who said the re-election of ANC Youth League President is regrettable because of the Nationalisation of Mines discourse. Bheki Sibiya also says he thought the Nationalisation of Mines policy discussions in the ANC will be killed by the ANC commissioned research, which he claims is funded by the Chamber of Mines. Bheki Sibiya is a clearly a pawn of white capitalists, who believe they can use money to buy the ANC and its internal policy making processes. The ANC is not for sale and its policy making process and decisions will never be bought by pawns of white capitalists.

As we said before, the Chamber of Mines is an evil organisation of Mines bosses who have been the pillar of racist apartheid repression and enslavement of the black majority and Africans in particular for many decades. The Chamber of Mines is known historically to have supported apartheid legislations and measures that treated black people and Africans in particular as sub-humans. They therefore hold no moral standing to say anything constructive in the rebuilding of South Africa in the post democratic dispensation, even through fronted individuals who do not know anything about the history of repression, segregation and brutal enslavement of our people in the Mines.

The ANC Youth League will towards the ANC Policy Conference and 53rd National Conference continue with the research, study-tours and discussions on Nationalisation of Mines and will visit all the countries the ANC research team visited. Whatever conclusion the research on Nationalisation of Mines reaches should re-assert the objectives of the Freedom Charter. The research and study tours outcomes should reflect the ANC NGC resolution which said there was greater consensus on nationalisation of mines and other strategic sectors of the economy.

Otherwise, the ANC Youth League is disappointed in black executives who proudly defend white capitalist interests and sacrifice the agenda to redress the economic imbalances of apartheid. We are disappointed because just few days ago, the Chamber of Mines sent a representative to Luthuli House to beg for a meeting with the leadership of the ANC Youth League.

Issued by the ANC Youth League

This coming from Mr Potty-mouth of the month!

Honestly, why is it that it always has to be about colour? Take a look at Martin Luther King for instance and our beloved Nelson Mandela. These two men did not fight for dominance, they fought for equality. Everyone has the right to be equal (that is, in a society that is not dominated by elitist nonsense). So why must they accuse Bheki Sibiya of being a “pawn for white capitalists”.

Again, what’s with the “white” remarks?

Step aside equality and justice – the Youth League is in the house.

Where does all this money come from??

Zapiro

Julius Malema insists that he earns a little over R20 000 each month… so how, I ask with tears in my eyes, does the man afford a R78 000 holiday – which, by the way, he’s alleged to have paid in cash?

According to News24, a short while before his re-election as ANC Youth League president, he and a few friends took a little trip to a place next to theKrugerNational Parkand stayed in a luxury hotel called Royal Malewane. This five-star graded hotel is quoted to have a fee of around R11 000.

While Malema and his spokesman, Floyd Shivambu, deny the whole event, five sources confirm that this really happened, three of whom can attest that the deal was paid for in CASH. That’s a whole lot of SA Mint that went around there. What’s more, Malema seems to market himself as a “champion of the poor” – I wonder how many meals he could have bought for his youth league where approximately 20% (yes you read that right) young members of the youth go to bed hungry each night. Maybe the “champion” could go to sleep in his own bed and feed some of the starving children.

The funny thing about this whole situation is the level of denial that comes from the Youth League. Our friend Floyd took to swearing at a Journalist from Media24. see transcripts below:
* JD – Journalist
* FS – Floyd Shivambu

JD: So, why did you put the phone down?

FS: Hey?

JD: Why did you put the phone down?

FS: Hey man. You are doing a wild goose chase. I say that if you want to go ahead and write, go ahead and write because he won’t speak to you. It never happened, okay? He [Malema] doesn’t want to talk to you.

JD: Why will you not let me speak to Malema?

FS: I said he doesn’t want to. Why must he speak to you? He has no obligation to speak to you.

JD: Because he is a politician.

FS: Yes, but I said no. You cannot force people to speak to you.

JD: I don’t understand?

FS: He will not speak to you. You cannot force someone to speak to you if they do not want to speak to you. He does not want to speak to you. I have just spoken to him.

JD: How do you know he doesn’t want to speak to me?
FS: Because I just spoke to him now.

JD: How do you mean you have just spoken with him? I don’t understand.

FS: Fuck you.

JD: Say again?

FS: I said: “Fuck you”

JD: Are you swearing at me?

FS: Yes.

JD: Why are you doing that?

FS: What is your problem?

JD: I have no problem.

FS: Fuck you. Fuck off, ok.

JD: Oh, so you now said it for the fourth time?

FS: Yes.

JD: Can you please give me a contact number for Julius Malema?

FS: I don’t want.

JD. Ok. Thank-you. Goodbye.

Why deny it??

Let’s see what they get up to next. Never a dull moment where ANCYL and Mr Malema are concerned…

Malema vs Twitter:

This is one of the most humorous stories of the year in my opinion. The social networking site Twitter seems to have quite a few “Julius Malemas” on it – and the real Malema, angered by this, vowed to shut the site down (because he’s the almighty powerful king of the Gods). He also claimed that it was “white reactionaries” that would be capable of mimicking him “illegally”. Thing is, not too long agao, a Facebook user vowed to kill whites, rape women and hurt children in the name of Malema – no one claimed he was white. “We are sure, when they get exposed, you will see it is white people. Reactionary, rightwing, white people,” said spokesman Floyd Shivambu. “It is white people who are doing this because white people have a problem with the ANC Youth League.” When it came out that the ANCYL thought they could actually succeed in closing it down, several users commented in reply to a post by 5fm radio jock Gareth Cliff. “Julius Malema wants to shut down Twitter?” Hahahahahahahahahaha, best joke4 2day.” Gareth then added, “ANCYL to close down Twitter… They truly are a bunch of gifted individuals!”

But Malema continues to Tweet: (Note, these Tweets occurred within a month, very busy man…)

  • If u follow me for humour or jokes, then its for wrong reasons. This acc aims to update followers abt FACTUAL current affairs re: J Malema   
  • Remember, remember the 5th of November, The Gunpowder Treason and Plot, I know of no reason, Y it should ever be forgot.
  • On a more serious note (twitter jokes & humour was sooo gister): if there are sites to shut down – should be the infamous Toilet & Umgosi
  • …efela re ka se go botse gore jwang re tla ba tshwara makgowa a, re ba tlaleye ko maphodiseng
  • ANCYL vows to trace ‘white twitter reactionaires’   
  • Lions, Bulls, Sharks, Pumas, Springboks… Kokkerotte. Same things. All animals. Done tweeting for the week   
  • The cockroach remark has been taken out of context. In our culture, it’s a compliment to say one uyinja, iskhokho, etc   
  • Motlanthe “Nobody takes offence when you are called a lion or a bull.” Zille must accept it too  
  • In all fairness the Info Bill must be accompanied by a license to practice journalism, to blog & publish via any medium  
  • Before Makhaya Ntini, blacks didn’t care much for cricket. He must be recognised as a pioneer & national cricket symbol
  • Our official Press Release regarding the Twitter accounts impersonating Pres. JS Malema
  • The sudden increase of these Facebook and Twitter account by hackers impersonating me are misinforming the public.
  • This is identity theft. It is a basic violation of human rights and integrity to use the name of the ANCYL Prez.
  • We call for the closure of Twitter bcoz its admins are failing to stop Julius Malema impersonators.
  • A moment of silence for comrade Siphiwe Nyanda. Good riddance. Phew!
  • RT: @blackieswart: Good leaders unite people by giving them a common enemy! <– Is that y helen zille’s twitter timeline only attacks ANC?
  • Funny how Pres. JZ had all those enemies b4 elections. Now he has no enemies, but is intensely disliked by his friends.
  • Meaning: Smart politicians TWIST & LIE about statistics so the lazy guys who can’t/won’t count will take all in face value
  • Well, that’s why there are also 3 types of people. Those who can count and those who can’t.
  • We will shut down the whole internets. If need be, we will ask Gov to block or disallow Twitter IP addresses in SA.
  • The sudden increase of these Facebook and Twitter account by hackers impersonating me are misinforming the public.
  • This is identity theft. It is a basic violation of human rights and integrity to use the name of the ANCYL Prez.
  • I thought PHD was a woman thing (no offense – gender equality networks). Now a black man can’t be successful without Vavi Pulling Him Down
  • There are 3 types of politicians, those who know lie about statistics and those that don’t
  • I shall no longer entertain the issue of cockroaches that wish to divide SA & run WP as an independent state.  
  • We congratulate both Comrade Gigaba and Mbalula on their ministerial positions. No more deputy or ministers without influence
  • So far so good; no-one has said anything (at least to me) about disciplinary hearings for me.
  • Georgian farming deal could contribute to more willing sellers but we still need their experience, skills & mentorship
  • http://bit.ly/djlY9R SA farmers moving to Georgia. Good for young black SAn farmers & bad for the emigrating whites?
  • Satirical response by Gov to @GarethCliff http://bit.ly/99G7AW (excerpt: leave a message on Pres Hotline & we’ll get bck 2 u)
  • Gov speaks pseudo-scientific gobbledygook and pontifical hooey but can’t decipher it. To make a point, u must toyi-toyi
  • Letter by @GarethCliff is magniloquently/grandiloquently written. I know of NO ONE in gov who’ll understand it.
  • @Just_Sharks I support the Boks. Unfortunately Limpopo has no major Rugby team at the mo so I don’t follow the local action
  • True, may have to pay royalties just for greeting a comrade. @waynegemmell @JovinhoMorales 10:22 AM Oct 19th via
  • Phone networks & TV stations are trademarking every greeting. Hola, Heita, Yebo (Gogo), (fo) Sho, Ayoba are now brands
  • Apparently those miners are going to attend Anchor Management soon.
  • Chileanisation of copper mines may have included that mine. In Chile, mines r nationalised based on output.
  • Chilean rescue is a success so far. No miner disappointments
  • @ryanleewarner if all ANC people are taken by the DA – they’ll still be managed by helen zille therefore rendering them as useless as her.
  • Subsidized DSTV package wld incl 2x educational, all free-to-air & dedicated sport channel for all national games (all sport codes)
  • How about a subsidized DSTV subscription for all SAns – then Bafana rights move to Supersport to avoid stuff up by SABC costing us games?
  • BTW, saying S Dikshit makes the letter S sound like a backside
  • NZ TV Host ridiculed an Indian diplomat called S. Dikshit
  • At least it’s not Dipshit
  • @miss_mbali Freedom of Speech should come with Freedom to no Listen. Heard of Paul Henry who ridiculed S. Dikshit?
  • Antisemitism is hatred, prejudice or hostility towards Jews. Some of our biggest financial donors are Jewish & we love them
  • How does Pastor Ray McCauley afford all the things he owns?
  • Some say I waste gov money. I’m not in parliament nor am I a gov office bearer. ANCYL is no different to an NGO. No gov funding either
  • How does Gas Emissions Tribunal sound to you?
  • Off to plan for ANC National Working Committee taking place tomorrow.
  • Xuma sounds awfully similar to Zuma. Hope the latter doesn’t suffer the same fate as the former.
  • I’m tweeting aren’t I?
  • Politics SA 101: SAns hv the shortest memory span. e.g. Does any1 remember or mention Presidential Hotline? Jub Jub?
  • Anyone with ANC leadership or power ambitions must take their own pick & shovel – pave yo own way towards Mangaung 2012
  • The myth & psychobabble that I’m some1’s proxy or mouthpiece needs to be cleared. ANCYL & myself are no-1’s puppets.
  • Last tweet is off most people’s mein kampfort zone. It’s all about concentration. Camp outside if u can’t go fuhrer.
  • Do u still send a Jewish kid with ADD to a Concentration Camp?
  • Goodbye. Totsiens. Salani kahle. Au revoir! Au revoir! Re tlo dubula le buru.
  • We’ll either enable comments on http://www.ancyl.org.za or on my personal website later but twitter goes for now
  • Our proposition on the matter opens channels for further discussions & ability to make it fail & fool-proof.
  • 3rd & last: the ANC is stronger and united than ever before. It is by Prez. JZ’s strong words that I feel I should no longer tweet.
  • 2nd: While most feel that the ANCYL was defeated; FACT: the issue of nationalisation of mines was discussed & may be implemented in 2012
  • 1st: Apologies for not tweeting live. Anyone with eyes saw that I neither had my iPhone nor my iPad. Needed to concentrate.
  • Early bird catches the fattest worm but it is only the 2nd mouse that gets the cheese.
  • Comrades need to be reminded that He who laughs last, laughs best & longest
  • Next week I’ll tweet live from the NGC in Durban. This could be bigger than 2007 Polokwane conference.
  • I fully agree with @TrevorDamons – only criticize ANC approach by presenting better alternatives.
  • 1GF, 1BF will succeed. Next on the agenda is having discussions with the Zulu King, Goodwill Zwelithini about polygagy
  • Interesting question by the M&G but the truth is that my loyalty lies with the ANC, not individuals in it
  • Julia Malema, but you are already a Malema – we’d never work. It’ll be incest & we’ll have deformed kids.
  • This is why orphans don’t watch PG movies. They have no-one to guide them
  • Preparing for the ANC NGC starting next week. Radical changes are needed.
  • Can anyone burn a copy of the Qur’an for me? I need it for my iPad
  • ANC 2012 conf. could see a leader emerge that will transfer wealth from minority without pleasing Brits & imperialists Retweet
  • ANCYL of 1949 under Madiba removed then pres of ANC AB Xuma for not implementing radical programme of action developed by ANCYL
  • What is “The Office”? Someone called asking right to use me & ANCYL in a setting similar Michael Scott and Dunder Mifflin
  • RT @ewnupdates: #Cosatu Vavi: SA now like Irish coffee: mostly black, white foam at top with sprinkle of chocolate.
  • This commission was set up to work on advancing or updating portions/clauses in the constitution. We are following protocol