Winnie Supports EFF – Should We Be Concerned ?

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela supports the Economic Freedom Fighters although she is a member of the ANC, notes Julius Malema.

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Failed Class of 1994 – South African Government needs Discipline

Proof that a dictatorship can co-exist with democracy! Following protocol only restraints the voice of the minority, a revolution is necessary in such times.

This is proof that a dictatorship can co-exist with democracy! Following protocol only restraints the voice of the minority, a revolution is necessary in such times.

EEF is willing to ask the difficult questions whilst others sing silent night!

It appears that the EEF despite how how radical their views, they do have the courage to challenge the government. This video will show how the presiding chair lost control and requested a Minister of Parliament to withdraw a fact without reason.

It appears that the EEF despite how how radical their views, they do have the courage to challenge the government. This video will show how the presiding chair lost control and requested a Minister of Parliament to withdraw a fact without reason.

Shouting Contest at South African Parliament

These disruptions to parliament are an indication of South Africa’s critical stage in its history. Differences and hate speech are becoming ever increasing as political divides become evident. 2014 and 2015 are the years in which the South African National Assembly plunged into chaos, with the opposition being forced out not once but twice. Since then, the opposition has been vying for a vote of no confidence in the Speaker of Parliament and President, Jacob Zuma.

South African parliamentary session has been suspended by Speaker Baleka Mbete after tempers flared once again.
President Jacob Zuma stood up to answer his first question when he was but was interrupted by an Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) member of parliament (MP) Makoti Khawula. Baleka asked the president to take a seat as the MP stood up to address the House, asking the speaker when the president will answer the question from the party of when he will “pay back the money” regarding upgrades for his private home in Nkandla.
These disruptions to parliament are an indication of South Africa’s critical stage in its history. Differences and hate speech are becoming ever increasing as political divides become evident. 2014 and 2015 are the years in which the South African National Assembly plunged into chaos, with the opposition being forced out not once but twice. Since then, the opposition has been vying for a vote of no confidence in the Speaker of Parliament and President, Jacob Zuma. The ruling party is now at its most difficult position; poised between political regression and decomposition, on the one hand, and a loss of confidence from citizens on the other. The ruling party-opposition vendetta has implications for South African communities, against a background of spiraling corruption, poor service delivery, power outages and escalating poverty. The shifts in power politics have an accompanying effect on the attitude and behaviour of the citizenry.

Sanctioning Israel? – South African Government double standard & Insane!

Zuma’s government is up to no good and is staging an unnecessary feud with Israel. In doing so they will be disrespecting the large Jewish community in South Africa. Zuma’s government is not concerned about Palestine. Zuma and his government don’t even care about their own people suffering in poverty or the Xenophobic attacks but now wants to show solidarity to matters, which are beyond their intellect.

Leaving religion aside or personal preferences, the recent discussions on South Africa contemplating boycotting Israeli goods are another perfect sign of the poor and hopeless leadership of Zuma’s government. Before I attempt to provide reasons for my conclusion – I believe that these discussions on sanctioning Israel are religiously motivated by troublemakers.

In recent months South Africa has been hospitable to a number of war criminals – responsible for genocide attacks in their own countries and on their own people. Genocide is defined as the systematic elimination of all or a significant part of a racial, ethnic, religious, or national group.

Yet, these bigoted “freedom fighters” of South Africa can’t tell the difference as to their real reason for wanting to sanction Israel despite having no moral grounds given their alliances to war criminals are no different to the battles of Al Bashir, Mugabe and others who have killed their own people. In Israel, Palestine, Sudan and Zimbabwe cost  innocent lives sacrificed by insane ideologies.. Yet South Africa is willing to warmly welcome and protecting these war criminals.

FW de Klerk told Israel Radio yesterday  that comparisons between apartheid South Africa and Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians are “odious”, and that he prefers “dialogue and negotiation as a way to get governments to change their attitudes”.

Zuma’s government is up to no good and is staging an unnecessary feud with Israel. In doing so they will be disrespecting the large Jewish community in South Africa. I don’t believe that  Zuma’s government is concerned about Palestine. Zuma and his government don’t even care about their own people suffering in poverty or the recent Xenophobic attacks.

The fight between the families of Israel (Jacob) and Esau have been in dispute for generations and frankly I don’t have any faith in our government resolving anything! or just maybe it’s just form of corruption opportunities.

Ukushiya Inkolo eceleni noma esikuthandayo, lezi zingxoxo yamuva nge South Africa abacabangela ukudedela izinto Israel kukhona esinye isibonakaliso esiphelele ubuholi abampofu futhi singazi kahulumeni Zuma. Ngaphambi I azame ukunikeza izizathu isiphetho sami – Ngikholelwa ukuthi lezi zingxoxo on sanctioning Israyeli inkolo ishukunyiswa abawuhlupho.

Ezinyangeni ezimbalwa ezedlule South Africa bekulokhu wokungenisa izihambi eziningi izigebengu war – elibhekele ukuhlasela kohlanga emazweni abo. Genocide kuchazwa ngokuthi ukuqedwa ehlelekile yazo zonke noma ingxenye enkulu yeqembu, ngobuzwe, zenkolo, noma kazwelonke.

Nokho, lezi bigoted “inkululeko fighters” of South Africa Awuyazi umehluko isizathu sabo sangempela sokufuna agunyaze Israyeli naphezu kokuba kungekho izizathu zokuziphatha ezinikezwe imifelandawonye yabo izigebengu impi Ziyefana ukuba izimpi Al Bashir, Mugabe kanye abanye abaye wabulala abantu babo siqu. Kwa-Israyeli, Palestine, Sudan futhi Zimbabwe kubiza abantu abangenacala okuhlatshelwe by nokuhlalisana uyahlanya .. Kodwa South Africa uzimisele ngokufudumele wamukelekile futhi evikelwe impi izigebengu.

FW de Klerk watshela u-Israyeli Radio ngoLwesibili ukuthi iziqhathaniso phakathi yeNingizimu Afrika kanye nokwelashwa kuka-Israyeli basePalestine kukhona “banengeke”, nokuthi nguye “inkhulumomphendvulwano kanye nokuxoxisana njengendlela indlela ohulumeni ukuba ashintshe indlela abuka ngayo”.

Uhulumeni kaZuma isesikhathini akukho okuhle futhi okuzobe kudlalelwa i umbango okungadingekile Israyeli. Ngokwenza kanjalo siyohlangana ukudelela umphakathi wamaJuda akulelo South Africa. Angikholwa ukuthi uhulumeni kaZuma uyayikhathalela Palestine. Zuma nohulumeni wakhe musa ngisho obakhathalelayo abantu babo siqu nokuhlupheka ubumpofu noma ukuhlaselwa yamuva kwabokufika.

Le mpi phakathi imindeni Isreal (Jakobe) no-Esawu bebelokhu impikiswano izizukulwane ngokungagwegwesi Anginayo yimuphi ukholo uhulumeni wethu yini ekuxazululeni noma mhlawumbe nje kungcono indlela amathuba enkohlakalo.

Seducing Voters results in Political Whores leading!

Many vote for the ANC not because of Jacob Zuma or others but because they appreciate the party which sacrificed so much to bring them to freedom. The nation’s father, Madiba is also the reason many vote ANC but when the people begin to realise that its own government is robbing them.

This would be considered to be betrayal. South Africa is on a time bomb and the people of South Africa are a passionate, patriotic people who I believe will soon revolt against the abuses Zuma’s government and restore the ANC to the ideologies of the true revolutionaries gone-by! Amandla Awethu!

Leadership requires good basic communication skills and an acceptable level of education. I’m informed that most communities (predominately literate) are easily swayed by the candidate whose “bribe-gift” is worth the most. These gifts consist of Maize meal, beans (food items, etc.).

Given the short-sightedness of these voters and the mockery of the sacrifices of the lives sparred so that every South African can choose a candidate for the betterment of the country not their stomachs.

Despite the distastefulness of this method in seducing voters, the authorities seem to have turned a blind-eye to this open bribery. Most councillors, who are voted in, are confronted on day one of the job displaying a lack of communication skills and have a low level of education and etiquette.

One of the common reasons for selecting a candidate is their rhetoric, many councillors still appear to give liberation speeches as if it South Africa was still oppressed by apartheid.Hate speech is a common mean in rallying the masses, promising them homes, jobs, and the possessions of the non-African.

Many vote for the ANC not because of Jacob Zuma or others but because they appreciate the party which sacrificed so much to bring them to freedom. The nation’s father, Madiba is also the reason many vote ANC but when the people begin to realise that its own government is robbing them.

This would be considered to be betrayal. South Africa is on a time bomb and the people of South Africa are a passionate, patriotic people who I believe will soon revolt against the abuses Zuma’s government and restore the ANC to the ideologies of the true revolutionaries gone-by! Amandla Awethu!

Rule of Law Not Respected in South Africa

More than 50 million people throughout the world have been forced to flee their homes. There are more than 13 million refugees worldwide. The United Kingdom currently has 149,799 refugees, which is calculated to 0.24% of the total population.

Many, including myself have made the United Kingdom home. Despite cultural, race and creed – I am a British Citizen. Born and bred in South Africa but I’m still British and to those born within the United Kingdom has to also acknowledge that I’m British and a subject of the Queen. However this is not so in South Africa for I’m within a pecking order as a secondary citizen because being Black matters – it’s called, “Black Economic Empowerment”.

When an asylum seeker is granted status to remain and later is issued with a passport of citizenship. One is able to see this Great Britain welcome its subjects as British. Now, whether the locals like it or not, the Rule of Law dictates the attitude to which all citizens are to respect and tolerate.

We have seen in recent months of the Xenophobic attacks in South Africa as they burnt fellow Africans for being foreigners. If the Leaders of the country who rob, plunder its resources and make a mockery of its legal system – how do the authorities expect the citizens to conduct themselves?

Despite the United Kingdom’s failures and faults – I feel safe and protected (not by the government, the police nor securities) for it is the Rule of Law/ and clearly delineated within the Magna Carta which instructs that even the King is not higher than the Laws of the United Kingdom.

What is the Rule of Law?

The rule of law is the legal principle that law should govern a nation, as opposed to being governed by arbitrary decisions of individual government officials.

Future President of South Africa? – Don’t misjudge Julius Malema for a fool

Many people make jokes about Mr Malema and his incoherent rhetoric, his educational background and obliviousness nature in dealing with allegations. People laugh at his uniform and protests. However I’m afraid that Mr Malema would soon have the last laugh.

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Many people make jokes about Mr Malema and his incoherent rhetoric, his educational background and obliviousness nature in dealing with allegations. People laugh at his uniform and protests. However I’m afraid that Mr Malema would soon have the last laugh.

Peruse through his curriculum vitae below and see that this is not your “garden-boy”. He is ambitious and his ideologies are controversial. He deliberately captures and spins the media to his bidding. He has been strategic and cautious in choosing his battles- given that 2013 may have not been the best year for him. This morning’s news article mentions: “The opposition Economic Freedom Fighters, which has contested very few by-elections since its launch as a political party, will take part in by-elections in KwaZulu-Natal for the first time on Wednesday.” If Mr Malema is such a fool then how is it that he appears to be recently the voice of reason. The voice which is speaking the people’s language, this may well be the people spokesmen! He has some seriously controversial policies, which can be liken to the leaders of Zimbabwe, Kenya and Uganda, and to that just may result in the South African economy being destroyed. But is that a bad thing? Should monetary gain be the greater importance in comparison to an entire nation? Should not the mines and commodities of South Africa belong to the people of South Africa? Or the land of the homeless to reclaim property to which had been plundered? At present everyone is mentioning the symptoms of a bad managed government however Mr Malema is brave enough to express his radical ideas for change. The politicians in their lovely suits and entourage are too busy being pampered while Mr Malema is in his overall working hard to be the President of South Africa. Given that the GDP & GNP may decline, that inflation may increase and that food scarcity and foreign aid may diminish. Given that foreigners may have to leave and that Indians, Whites, and Coloured may fall at the hands of a radical for who needs skill when equality and justice means more than money?

The CV of the future President of South Africa:

CURRENT POSITION (S)
Founder Member | Economic Freedom Fighters
May 2013 – present
Social Development and Community Services

Commander in Chief | Economic Freedom Fighters
2013 – present
Publishing, Printing and Print Media

PREVIOUS POSITION(S)
President | Youth League | African National Congress
South Africa | 2008 – 2012
Government, Public Administration and Defence

National President | Congress of South African Students
South Africa | 2001
Government, Public Administration and Defence

Provincial Chairman | Limpopo | Congress of South African Students
South Africa | 1997 – 2001
Government, Public Administration and Defence

General Secretary | Youth League – Limpopo Branch | African National Congress
South Africa | 1995 – 2012
Government, Public Administration and Defence

Regional Chairman | Seshego Branch | African National Congress Youth League
South Africa | 1995 – 2012
Government, Public Administration and Defence

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
SECONDARY
Mohlakaneng High School, Limpopo, South Africa

TERTIARY
University of South Africa
2011 – present
Bachelor of Arts degree – Communications and African languages
University of South Africa
2008 – 2010
Two-year diploma – Youth Development