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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Straight from the horse's mouth: “We are worse (off) than during the times of apartheid!”


The following is a word-for-word transcript, sourced from a video produced by the South African Press Association (Sapa). It covers a portion of Julius Malema’s speech, while addressing a group of mineworkers today at the Aurora mine in Grootvlei Springs, in Johannesburg:
“We thought it was going to be nice to be a black person in this country after 1994, but it has become worse. We are worse than during the times of apartheid. We are being killed by our own people. We are being oppressed by our own government. If you can’t trust your own president, who else can you trust? Everybody else is selling-out!”
Expelled ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema – 30 August 2012


Malema also spoke the following words at the same gathering:
“We are going to lead a mining revolution in this country... We will run these mines ungovernable until the boers come to the table.” Source

9 comments :

whiteson said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Sometimes or let me say many times you just cannot believe what you read! OK, here he must be right, but tomorrow he will say that he didn't say that. But anyway Tia, what does he mean by "till the Boere come to the table to talk?" Did he take somthing to get himself to say this? It's clear he is up to something. He is the serpent and we as whites must not ever forget this. I think we will see many minestrikes in this year alone. He will take advantage of it for his own benefit. Keep us in the know, because you wil never ever get to the bottom of anything with this MSM. in SA.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@whiteson – I’m also not too sure what he meant by that, and can only presume it’s a reference to White South Africans in general.

As crazy as this may sound - I have a slight suspicion that Malema has been recruited by ‘higher powers’ who feel that the time is ripe for a regime change in SA. The exact same tactics that were used to smear the apartheid government are now being used to tarnish the ANC.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

or it could possibly be a reference to these fellows.

socrates said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Tia,
I dont think youre crazy at all lol ... I also think that there are serious winds of change blowing deep below.
Something is behind all this. To me, watching all these big players playing musical chairs shows that something is definitely afoot.
Now who and/or what is the driving force will become apparent in time to come.

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

The Broederbonders time in the sun is drawing to a close. They have for too long oppressed their own kith and kin at the behest of the Jew Money Power for their turn at the trough.

"The LOVE of MONEY is the ROOT of ALL KINDS of EVIL".

What they are doing now is soon going to spiral out of their control into massive anarchy and genocide against the white minority.

There is NO highly trained and competent defence force to control the unwashed hordes.

There is NO highly trained and competent police force to stem the tide of violence.

There is NO functioning government staffed by competent and knowledgeable staff to service needs.

There is NO educated masses to provide reason to the malcontent bottom feeders.

They think they can control this because they got lucky in 1902/1994. That was then, this is NOW... It is a very different time and a very different culture exists within this country.

I will stand in line when these bastards get put up against the wall.

Volks Veraaiers en pleegsters van Hoogveraad teen hulle eie mense. KAK gaan hulle kak.

whiteson said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Tia, I see monday coming they will begin to strike in Westonaria. Just like you said they will. I also think much more to come in the near future. And thanks, that's also what I believe they meant with "boere" Difficult times ahead!

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Tia, you are very openminded.. - like that. This evil dwelling in our midds is sadly going to effect everybody. I'm sure most people just want peace, jobs and good service. Good schooling 4 their children and safety.. All the Malema's, ext feel nothing. I know only God can turn this beautiful SA arround. I had a link about soldiers Being trained by the ANCYL. Sad..

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

http://cape-report.blogspot.nl/2011/08/anc-youth-league-military-training.html?m=1

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

One thing just hope Malema doesnt come to power one day us whites will vanish off the face of the African contenent.As far as things are going in South Africa this place is past its sell by date it finished and klaar

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