Malema, the pillock, has the balls (although lacks the literacy skills) to file a complaint against Lekota for “inflammatory public utterances”. Coming from the man who proudly chanted “kill for Zuma” from many a podium in the past year, we find it all a bit rich.
The following is taken from a statement to the Human Rights Commission “by” Malema on behalf of the ANCYL:
The African National Congress Youth League requests the South African Human Rights Commission to make an urgent intervention on the recurrent statements and public utterances of Mr. Patrick Lekota, the founder member of the splinter rebel political movement, recently resolved by a Convention at the Sandton Convention Centre. In his many interviews and public utterances, including on the interview with Kaya FM on the 30th of October 2008, Mr. Lekota has said that the leadership of the ANC and ANC YL will kill anyone who does not vote for ANC President Jacob Zuma in the 2009 General Elections.
In the statement the ANC YL jointly released on the 3rd of July 2008, it was clearly stated “Mr Malema appreciated the criticism levelled against him for using the word “kill” and recognizes that the word could have been interpreted differently.
A man that needs some introduction.
Quoted from Wikipedia:
Motlanthe is a shareholder of Pamodzi Investment Holdings. In February 2006, auditors revealed that a total of about R2 billion in loans by the Land Bank, a government institution established to help farmers, had gone sour. Earlier, a R800 million (about $112 million) 10 year loan had been given to Pamodzi. This amounted to nearly one-third of the Land Bank’s total assets, and was a non-agricultural investment.
Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the new President of South Africa – Kgalema Motlanthe.
Thank you to those of you that began sending insight on the collapse of the Mbeki administration over the weekend. It’s a dog-show, to be sure. Some of the most unsettling content we received came from The Times regarding SMS conversations going on during the NEC meeting that forced Mbeki out of the presidency yesterday. Read it and weep for you nation.
Julius “shoottokill” Malema may be planning a surprise party. Amidst the Mbeki vs. ANC fiasco, reports have been circulating around Malema’s plans to lead a break-away party in opposition to the ANC.
News can be pretty dark these days, but there’s good news from sagoodnews.co.za.
We’re pretty sure that all of you reading this are, in fact, intelligent, wonderful people but what are YOU doing for OUR country. The one thing you can do is vote next year.
We’ve heard the “I don’t vote ‘cos it doesn’t make a difference” story far too many times. But we have some simple statistcs for you: