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The hypocrisy of Cyril Ramaphosa - Julius Malema

Julius Malema
13 November 2013

EFF CIC says the people of SA should tell the ANC DP that he is the real "Boer" today

The hypocrisy of ibhunu lemnyama, Cyril Ramaphosa

Letter from the Commander in Chief

 Julius Malema

When campaigning for the zuma African National Congress in the township where I was born and bred, Seshego during the Independent Electoral Commission's Registration weekend, President's Zuma Deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa said to some voters that they should vote for the z ANC in order to avoid the rule by "Boers". This remark is what he said, and not quoted out of context as the Spin doctors in Luthuli House would like the people of South Africa to believe. South Africa is now used to President Zuma, and now his Deputy saying and doing things and later statements coming from their offices to claim that they did not say or mean what they in actual sense said and meant.

The "Boers" statement by Ramaphosa clearly undermines the political understanding and intelligence of the people of Seshego, Limpopo and South Africa as a whole, but primarily, it is a sign of hypocrisy and dishonesty. While we agree that during the liberation struggle, the word "Boer" meant the repressive, violent and racist apartheid system, which was the enemy, the context within which Ramaphosa used it was to hoodwink and mislead the people. The people of South Africa are not fools who will be frightened by such sentiments, because they know that today the real enemy for economic freedom, or even all sorts of freedom are people like Cyril Ramaphosa, amabhuna amnyama. 

The characteristics that defined the "Boers" are the same characteristics that define Cyril Ramaphosa today, one who is not afraid to go a bid to buy an animal for R18 million, and one who is possibly complicit in the massacre of Mineworkers in Marikana, but will use State institutions to exonerate himself. The people of South Africa know who the real Murderers of the mineworkers in Marikana are, and they will not be misled now, by the new "Boers" into believing that keeping them in office will prevent the apartheid "Boers" from coming back to office. 

To understand this properly, we need to locate it on the proper understanding on what apartheid was. Apartheid was racial capitalism, which passed laws and regulations to subjugate blacks and Africans in particular to super-exploitation. Capitalism, wherever it exists breeds divisions, exploitation of workers, and in most former colonies, it keeps the colonies under neo-colonial control. In this context of former colonies, the capitalist system establishes a National class of historically oppressed people and places them as curtains for the continued exploitation of capitalism. The National class of few individuals is inherently small, and only concerned on the protection of the interests of the real economic Masters.

While aspects of apartheid have been abolished, the racial capitalism in South Africa is still intact, with few additions to the complex. South African capitalism is like Cappuccino, where the darker version of it is on top, while the white essence and deeper version of it is the majority and core of what Cappuccino is.   South Africa's capitalism uses few blacks to justify its continued existence and exploitation of the people of South Africa.

Cyril Ramaphosa is part of those who are fronted by white monopoly capital to continue exploiting South Africans in the same way they were exploited under apartheid. This explains why the real bosses of Lonmin (London Mine) in Marikana called Cyril Ramaphosa to use his political connections to speak to the Politicians (Ministers of Police and Mineral Resources) to suppress the protest action that had taken place for workers demand of R12500. Workers demanded R12500 and London Mine Marikana sent their ball boy, Ramaphosa to run around trying to suppress the strike from continuing. These are valid, open facts, of what even Ramaphosa admits, but will use political connections to suppress the truth. We all know what ultimately happened to the peaceful workers who were protesting for better salaries.

When they were massacred and killed in a cold-blooded pre-planned murder, Ramaphosa's response was to offer to bury the Mineworkers. What he was basically saying was that ‘we can kill and bury you and nothing will happen'. This is a person who a year later comes back to say that the people should vote for him, instead of the Boers, while his actions and practices are similar to those of the Boers who massacred our people, buried some in unmarked graves, fed some to crocodiles and continued to hunt those who survived. The establishment Ramaphosa represents is the one which killed Mineworkers in Marikana and charged those who survived with murder.

To this day, the workers have not been given R12500, and Cyril Ramaphosa is benefitting from the blood and sweat of these workers as a Director of London Mine. Workers continue to suffer, when the likes of Ramaphosa have so much money to could even buy Buffalos for R18 million. The intention to buy an R18 million buffalo by Ramaphosa was not a mistake, because that is what the super rich Boers do every day in South Africa. They compete on who can buy the most expensive of animals and place them in their Game Reserves for their entertainment. Where is genuine African care in such conduct of a super rich individual who is rich because of the blood of workers to buy a buffalo for R18 million? 

The people of South Africa are not fools, and should appreciate that today we have new Boers like Cyril Ramaphosa who will mislead them during elections so that they can continue making money for themselves. The only alternative to the current nonsense is the Economic Freedom Fighters, which in no way represents Boers, and in no way represents the exploitation of poor South Africans by white monopoly capital and their representatives.

EFF is not the Boer alternative of what is happening in South Africa today. EFF is the radical, militant movement of our people which will emancipate the masses from exploitation and oppression. EFF government will never kill its people. EFF government will not prevent workers who demand R12 500 per month salary; instead, we will make sure that such is the minimum wage for all workers. EFF government will abolish the private game lodges of the rich who buy buffalos for R18 million and turn those into land for our people to produce food.

The people of South Africa should reject the hypocrisy of Cyril Ramaphosa, and tell him that he is the real "Boer" today, one who oppresses, exploits and possibly kills defenceless workers. We should reject all forms of hypocrisy whenever it shows its ugly head, and always tell the truth and claim no easy victories. 

We have always warned that amabhunu  amnyama asenzeli worry and u Cyril Ramaphosa ulibhunu elimnyama. ....  

Julius Malema is Commander in Chief and President of EFF. 

Issued by the EFF, November 13 2013

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Wow
Some of us only have R16 million for a house and R5 million for a farm. R18 million for a cow is wow.

by jack on November 13 2013, 18:22
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Hypocrisy calling another hypocrisy
Who do you think you foolong monna Sello Julias Malema, just because Ramaphosa disciplined you out of ANC he is today a hypocrit, I beg to doffer with you because you too had a farm outside Polokwane next to N1 to Musina, which by the way Public . .more

by Lehlogonolo on November 13 2013, 18:29
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The "thoughts" of the semi-educated are entertaining
Standard fare from a self-styled African "freedom fighter": half-baked Marxism, bucket-loads of resentment, the jargon of the undergraduate sociology major, a good helping of racism, fake concern for the poor, all served up with Utopian promises.

by Realist on November 13 2013, 19:04
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They are going to take you away,
away, away....

by . on November 13 2013, 19:09
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R 18 million for a cow!!!!!! And this guy is an ANC leader?????
Expect more corruption is my opinion. He also is anti Afrikaner, as in anti boer. Probably anti white as well. The writing is on the wall. Everyone who is not ANC and black is going to get chased out of South Africa within a year. Expect the return of the . .more

by mau mau coming back on November 13 2013, 19:19
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The road to hell...


"Capitalism, wherever it exists breeds....." - JOBS, JOBS and more JOBS. What will the EFF breed, apart from discontent?

"EFF is the radical, militant movement of our people which will emancipate the masses from exploitation and . .more

by Ophthal on November 13 2013, 19:24
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How are you going to do it?
Ramaphosa screwed up, no doubt about that.
As for you Julius, how the hek can we believe you? Your policies cannot work. You can do nothing without money and you know that.
A government can help nobody and do NOTHING without money. That money . .more

by Jombo on November 13 2013, 21:28
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Cyril Buffalo Soldier Ramaphosa
One of the most brutal penalities of hanging out with Showerised Nkandlagate corrupt Gang is that you end up acting like a stupid CONTEXT via Malawi National Road. It is clear that ANC is panicking and that the Buffalo Soldier has lost all political sense . .more

by Thomas Sankara on November 14 2013, 01:40
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Cyril's Hypocracy
We are so tired of reading Malema the ar...hole's ranting and ravings, and how good voting for his new EFF party would be, he being the saviour to all of the previously disadvantaged masses in SA, provided of course, that they are black. A case of one . .more

by Bricon on November 14 2013, 02:17
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You are the future!
No doubt in my mind. We now know that the da stands for white privilege so the only issue standing in yr way is whether the ANC will try steal your ideas and try do what u have been saying must be done

by Robertinsydney on November 14 2013, 04:11
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WHEN 1 US$ = R12500, then...
.....EFF government will not prevent workers who demand R12 500 per month salary; instead, we will make sure that such is the minimum wage for all workers


I.4 de Klerk Ront = 1 US$

10,4 Mandela Ront = 1 US$

12500 Malema . .more

by jack on November 14 2013, 05:35
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What!!
You can't afford R12500 pm to pay your gardener and maids minimum wage?
Come people to the EFF-Easy-loans, you never have to repay!!!
www. EFF-Easy-loans.co.za

by jack on November 14 2013, 05:39
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Any bets?
A dime gets you a dollar that The Commander in Thief did not write the above letter.

by jack on November 14 2013, 05:48
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hypocracy
Shoot to kill, it was wrong during ur time chief comander then is right becouse is done by the ANC member, no no no... am in ur view that cde Cyrill ramaposa was wrong of using that kind of aticulation when he campaigning then.

by Marikana on November 14 2013, 06:09
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The mind boggles
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by jack on November 14 2013, 06:17
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Cappuccino anyone?
The commander in chief 's use of the coffee analogy must have gone down well in Marikana.

by Benjamin Blair on November 14 2013, 06:21
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by Benjamin Blair
A dime gets you a dollar that The Commander in Thief did not write the above letter, maybe one of his better educated lieutenants transcribed the rambling thoughts of the Commander.

by jack on November 14 2013, 06:28
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couple of points .....
Juliarse was recently agreed with by one flaming Liberal Clem Sunter - nogal on 702 with comic Chester Missing . Green Room also agrees with Juliarse on one point - and that is the zANC are sewing a slow poison of deception amongst their followers , by . .more

by Green Room on November 14 2013, 06:58
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the mau mau type farm murders will have consequences
There will be consequences for allowing this rabble rouser to continue to spread his poison. The mau mau type farm murders will have consequences.

by wendy on November 14 2013, 07:02
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@robertinsydney
You have been away too long Rob!

by Wizard on November 14 2013, 07:07
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Radical Islam
Judging by the lamentable spelling / sms english etc today , I am amazed that no body is connecting the dots . In the ME where the living standards of the mainly muslim run states (Saudi excepted) are pitiful at best , their best export is radical islam . . .more

by Green Room on November 14 2013, 07:12
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do not attack individuals
none of us is infallible, what does this mean every person has a skeleton in his cupboard. Malema stop attacking Cyril as an individuals we know that he might have been used by the imperialist but does not negate the fact that the same principles you have . .more

by mmakgona mabuela on November 14 2013, 07:23
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london Mine
Tell it like it is my commander. yes tell them .Leave no stones unturned ,of course BEE's and all beneficiaries will not like to hear it .Alll haters go to hell cause EFF IS HEAR TO RULE .I cant wait to vote for Eff come next year

by EFF soldier on November 14 2013, 07:50
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Hypocrites the lot of you
Did you ever buy those shoes for the children? ... Remember you promised those poor children shoes! HUH?

by Snake Eyes on November 14 2013, 08:14
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ANC IS LED BY CROOKS & CAPITALISTS LIKE CYRIL "The Big Animal"
This ANC is now led by crooks who will always cover each other. I made my mind to take my vote to EFF. Where did this crook called Cyril get his Billions? he was a unionist all of a sudden he is filthy rich. why is he not investigated ? He sold us during . .more

by RESIGNED ANC MEMBER on November 14 2013, 08:32
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MY DIRTY VOTE IS MORE IMPORTANT.
Cyril "Buffalo" Ramaphosa think we are fools. What happened at Marikana ? What happed to the spy tapes ? What happened to Nkandla report ? If Mr "Buffalo" my answer to this questions i will may sit a listen to his rhetoric.


by "Dirty Voter" on November 14 2013, 08:38
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@ Snake eyes Malema
Julius, young man, you are impressing me more and more. You may know nothing about woodwork, but you know well how and when to call a spade a spade, thank you, well done. You have guts.

by Nyama on November 14 2013, 08:42
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You can call him in name but the trueth shall set you free. Viva ADF
The commander is saying it as it is; in the ward i am living in; we have vowed to vote EFF as it is the only the voice of the people. People; let us listen to the facts and leave Julius alone; we love him and we will vote for EFF and change the . .more

by Marweshe on November 14 2013, 09:31
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Wonderful!

Wonderful seeing the self-styled "commander-in-chief" and "president" Malema calling anyone else a hypocrite! What an arrogant, weakminded racist wally...

Wow!

by Dinks on November 14 2013, 09:40
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You not difference from what you say to Cde Cyril - self enrichment
You not difference from what you say to Cde Cyril you only oppose because you have been strip of those powers when you were in the ANC office you use to boast by drinking expensive wines, wearing expensive clothes and jewelry, driving expensive cars and . .more

by You not difference from what you say to Cde Cyril - self enrichment on November 14 2013, 10:06
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buffalo soldier
Spot on commander in chief. Viva eff

by lomo on November 14 2013, 10:25
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Malema a hypocrite himself
I am not in support of this guy and his mindlessness.

Firstly I am black, I am not in rejection of his ideologies because I want to please whites in this country but rather based solely on logic. When Julius was in power, he did nothing for the . .more

by X on November 14 2013, 10:36
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Malema a hypocrite himself
I am not in support of this guy and his mindlessness.

Firstly I am black, I am not in rejection of his ideologies because I want to please whites in this country but rather based solely on logic. When Julius was in power, he did nothing for the . .more

by X on November 14 2013, 10:38
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My Vote
Hey monna Sello I must jst tell you that you got my vote and I am not falling under a catergory of the poor or rich so rest assured south africans will vote for you not miners or poor and crocks, pure SA can will vote u into the President of the country.

by Mavito on November 14 2013, 10:41
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buffalo
Bua commander bua!!!!this black boer is a problem to our people mostly the poors..he is rich because of the sweat and exploitation of poor mine workers....die buffalo die!!!!!!

by sekepe on November 14 2013, 10:42
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The Mau Mau are here so grab a few shotguns and keep careful watch.
SHOOT ON SITE

by War on November 14 2013, 11:14
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MALEMA V/S RAMAPHOSA
The line of enqury in any matter relating to Malema is that before he can speak his mind about othher people he must ask more about himslef and lots of charges that he stil facing before the Court. I really cannot trust your leadership commander in chief . .more

by NEETE on November 14 2013, 11:39
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Mein Kampf
For us as a nation we need to first win a mind battle in order to come out victorious. What Malema is bringing is exactly that. It’s about time we have to wake up as black people and stop criticizing without knowing the truth. As people we fear the system . .more

by Tops on November 14 2013, 11:41
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Mindset Change
We need to change the way we think as Africans. If our leader focused on being producers not consumers, Africa would be the richest continent. How is this guy different from isikhothane? Instead of pointing finger at the other side, We as African must . .more

by Capitalist N**** on November 14 2013, 11:46
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Hello Tops - what a hilarious post, one of the most comical ever!
Keep up the good humour and post more regulalrly please! We need this type of nonsense to brighten up the dreadfully miserable days we experience proudly brought to us all by the dreadful ANC.

by He He He on November 14 2013, 11:47
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P
You are all tarred with the same brush so what difference does it make ?

by Misanthrope on November 14 2013, 11:50
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Well...
Ramaphosa helped craft our revered constitution which frowns upon racial conflagration; but that seemed to have gone out the window in a moment of cheap, but desperate politicking. To get Zuma and the ANC out of the sludge, you’re bound to get dirty.

by Just Me. on November 14 2013, 11:50
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Hipocryte
Who wrote this article with all the research an big words for the biggest fallen hypocrate? The last time I checked he had an H in Woodwork!

by Mr H on November 14 2013, 11:51
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If Ramaphosa is real, let him renounce his Directorship at Lonmin
'When they were massacred and killed in a cold-blooded pre-planned murder, Ramaphosa's response was to offer to bury the Mineworkers'
Here is a hoodlum who continues to serve the rich white. He reminds me of all the balck CEO's and executives at the . .more

by Motlodi on November 14 2013, 11:54
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AWAY WITH AMABHUNU AMNYAMA AWAY
Ramaphosa has actually exposed his FEARS. We marching to the UNION BUILDINGS AS EFF.

by ECONOMIC FREEDOM IN OUR LIFE TIME on November 14 2013, 12:50
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wow
is this guy not the same one who was singing kill the farmer shoot the boer until he was booted off the ANC? now this?

by malema the hypocrite on November 14 2013, 12:57
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True
Whilst I am not a fan of Juju, I am starting to develop a feeling that EFF is heading to the right direction as far as driving the real change is concerned in SA. Clearly Our leaders in the current administrations are working for their own families and . .more

by Commenter on November 14 2013, 12:59
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Don't forget ...
Jacob Zuma proudly brought to you by Julius "I'll die for Zuma"; and Fikile "Zillion Rand sports party" Mbalula.

It would be interesting to know who's being paid (and how much) to write the above for Malema who is barely capable of stringing one . .more

by Argus Eye on November 14 2013, 13:05
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Doing the same things...
Disgrace...

by IM on November 14 2013, 13:08
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@Tops
Seems like you idolise Hitler. Hey, no worries boet - we will just gas an odd four million people after we work them to their bones; that will cure our little pesky white problem.
Jeez man - I think you need to educate yourself....

by Ric on November 14 2013, 13:09
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Juju's falsity
The whole nationalise the mines things began in the ZANC because certain comrades had acquired BEE shares in mines that were "under water". When their shares became worth less than the loans, they wanted out, in the most capitalist and rent-seeking of . .more

by Loudly South African on November 14 2013, 13:16
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Trueth Hurts
True this so called zANC leaders are trying to play dice with our lifes, imagine a person who bought a dead cow for R18m talking like a headless chicken infront of our young brothers and sisters, what do the learn from them? Same goes to our press zupta . .more

by Maja wa Gamaja on November 14 2013, 13:44
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Never ending sorrows
Juju, say your are sorry once more as always do, for heavens sake! When are you going to learn to calm down? I guess it will never happen because as I see it seems the colour of RED beret is exacerbating the problem regarding your learning capacity. . .more

by Martin on November 14 2013, 13:55
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Trueth Hurts
If one needs to dictate a nation/country they start by building bunkers, and we are not sure what was the guptas chartter plane carrying when it landed at waterkloof, because it is clear it was not searched since SARS Customs was not there includiong the . .more

by Maja wa Gamaja on November 14 2013, 14:00
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Everything out of context
Dear Juju. Please remember everything at Luthuli house is taken out of context, from Malawi to the boer statement. So even the thing that we will create jobs is taken out of context, so it means we will never create jobs. Ours is to be in ANC regalia and . .more

by Ramaphosa on November 14 2013, 14:07
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Pathetic
Cyril clearly made a mind bogglingly stupid comment that any leader worth their salt would never make and thereby indicated that he, like many others, does not have an ounce of leadership or integrity. Sadly though I doubt that he could upstage the . .more

by Amazed on November 14 2013, 14:22
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Buffalo Soldier
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5FCdx7Dn0o

by Bob Marley on November 14 2013, 14:29
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Hilarious drivel!

Is the written version of the "Commander in Chief"'s absurd view of his ANC opposition.

Both the ANC and the EFF are blatant exploiters of the ignorance and naivete of the hoi polloi, trying to fool them into believing that the ANC on the . .more

by Mute Fool on November 14 2013, 15:40
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Enstranged Frustrated Fools
Look who is calling a Kettle black
It is very suprising that in a space of a year a person who converted house of a million with a R40000 salary into a mansion with a bunker, went to Mauritius in purple suit and drinking Moet, eating sushi on naked . .more

by true son of the soil on November 14 2013, 15:52
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Julius's letter
Juju you have a point there but what did u do wena for the people of seshego let alone limpopo,How many kids in seshego zone 1 are at tertiary today being sponsored by you NONE instead u demolished ur R4m house for R16m mansion so please stop it we are . .more

by JJJJZZZZZ on November 14 2013, 16:01
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EFF for Life
Ramaphosa's statements come as no surprise.

Currently the ANC is inhabited by poverty of thought and ideology created by the arrogance and full tummies of extended incumbency.

The EFF is the only party that has the clear thinking, bold . .more

by Dromedaris on November 14 2013, 16:03
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Real African Revolutionaries
There is still a lot that people have to learn in this game of Blood sucking Creatures(Polotics) and Revolutionaries. The real revolutionaries in Africa that I know was Thomas Sankara and Colonnel Gaddafi that made changes in their respective countries . .more

by Gaddafi on November 14 2013, 17:15
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The simple fact of the matter is
We have too many unemployed workers and not enough unemployed politicians.

The more politicians you have the less well you will be governed.

If a government is big enough to give you, the voter, everything you want it is also strong . .more

by James Bell on November 14 2013, 18:44
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Boer vs K*****
What is the difference between calling someone a Boer, and another a K*****?

Not much really, yet you feel free to use derogatory names to refer to another race - at the same time you feel offended if your race is called derogatory . .more

by Danie Strydom on November 14 2013, 21:07
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Hate speech!
"...those of the Boers who massacred our people, buried some in unmarked graves, fed some to crocodiles and continued to hunt those who survived."

by Boer on November 15 2013, 08:06
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Malawi Highway
I think we are all on a Malawi highway the way things are going in SA at the moment on our way to be sold to the highest bidder in Europe. Zuma said we must stop thinking as Africans in Africa maybe because we have been sold in Europe.

by Guptayihlekisa on November 15 2013, 08:33
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@Danie Strydom
I get your drift but in actual fact the name "Boer" is a honorific. I do not mind being called a Boer even though I do not live on a farm and make a living from agriculture. Us Boere have a history we can be proud of.

The name K@ffre comes from . .more

by James Bell on November 15 2013, 10:38
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eff the hope
comander i agree with you here, ramaphosa is a boer

by boss on November 15 2013, 10:46
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ff
so true juju, this m,an went and bought an animal for 18m, money he made via my tax. then he cmes and accuse u for buying booze for the man who showed him his middle finger in seshego last weekend

by EFF SUPPORT on November 15 2013, 11:02
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Cyril i Also wanna be rich like u baba
Cyril was a unionist all of a sudden now he is flip-pen rich WHY IS HE NOT INVESTIGATED LIKE THE OTHERS?WHERE DID THIS CROOK BAMBIZA CYRIL RAMAPOSA GET HIS BILLIONS?MXMMMMMMMM diz people i hate dem.

by ZOOoooEeeWwwIiiii on November 15 2013, 12:44
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Boer
is being used to demonize a segment of the population. That is the problem. Not the word itself. As K***** was used to dehumanise.

by Ric on November 15 2013, 14:04
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Lets ask him
As a start, lets ask Malema how much was he paying his farm workers

by Muthukhapfe on November 15 2013, 15:23
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Hypocrite Malema with Delusions of Grandeur
The very fact that Mal Mal has given himself the title of Commander-in-Chief is evidence enough of his delusions and this alone will rule out any credibility on his part. The title of C-in-C is the preserve of heads of credible countries and also confers . .more

by Gdoyi on November 16 2013, 00:54
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Malema correct
This is well a written letter. Most whites find it not fitting that Malema can write so fluently. Such is their perception of blacks. To them, blacks cannot progress in life. Yet, they deny that they are racist. While I don't support most of Malema's . .more

by Siyanda Mda on November 16 2013, 13:05
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Commander in Chief blah blah blah
Hypocrite judging hypocrite

Well Malema R16 million plus R5 million + R250 000 watch + R1 million car + sushi + expensive clothing + 40 000 votes = a seat in parliament + R1 million privileges = sustained life of neo liberal and people continue . .more

by Muzi Mdakane on November 16 2013, 17:03
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P
Shakespeare’s Hamlet, who suffered from melancholia, expressed the sentiment – “how weary, stale, flat and unprofitable seem to me the workings of this world. It is an unweeded garden and things rank and gross in nature possess it merely”

by Misanthrope on November 17 2013, 08:00
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Young Blood Plat-form.
If ever you can take 20 yrs without any fullfilment of the promises, that means you are a fuiler in life of the fools. There time of giving a young blood a platform have arrive, so PLEASE South African lets give Juju a chance to fight against the . .more

by Malombo on November 17 2013, 11:55
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Malema's letter
I wish that someone in the SABC will see the need to put together a documentary on Malema's gaffes to help people remember just what a bigot he's been and continues to be. At no point has he ever had the interests of the ordinary poor folks at heart. . .more

by Buyisile Jonas on November 17 2013, 15:55
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EFF is the way
EFF is the only way. We are tired of corrupt individual who are enriching themselves and when we talk they remind us of apartheid. Viva Juju viva

by Faranani on November 19 2013, 11:32
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juju
Juju is the man,

by Olando on November 26 2013, 12:08
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The disgrantled voice of the lumpant revolutionary.
Where were your parents when the hero Cyril ,lead the prolaterats and the poor to constitutional democracy and developmenal state . Your parents were rentered slaves ,cheap labour and bantus, to some extent sellout and sleeping with the enermy.You . .more

by The leftist on December 24 2013, 11:59
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The problem is...
Mr Kasrils said he entered the struggle against apartheid because of the Sharpeville massacre — the 1960 protest in which 69 people were killed by apartheid police — but Marikana was "worse than Sharpeville" because it was "premeditated".

by Paul C on December 30 2013, 08:31
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