Wanktard Malema is at it again. He even has a cunning plan this time, but just listen to the havoc spewing from his septic mouth. He should stick to picking his nose. Pot bellied arsehole...I took a liberty on the headline, but read it yourself, this is exactly what this rude kaffir boy is alluding to. Why must people put up with this sh*t?
Gold and platinum mines should be nationalised first as they
were the most profitable, ANCYL president Julius Malema said in
Durban on Monday.
"We must look at profitable minerals as the ones that should be
targeted first. Platinum which is easily found in Rustenburg is
still very easy to mine because it is still very shallow. The same
applies to coal found in Witbank," Malema told the SA Students'
Congress at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban.
Malema said transferring ownership of mines from private hands
to the state should not be seen as a complicated process.
"This is happening in Botswana, where De Beers are in
partnership with the state. The state owns 60 percent of its
minerals and De Beers even pays tax."
The league had recently come under fire for its calls for mines
to be nationalised.
"We are told we are going to scare the markets if we continue
talking about this issue. If the markets want something they will
stay. Markets continue to go to countries where there are civil
One of the reasons the league wanted to nationalise mines was to
reduce income inequalities.
"The gap between rich and poor is very big. White males continue
to be rich. The issue needs to be addressed."
He conceded he was not an economist and was uneducated. He only
had a matric with very poor marks. What he did know, he said, was
that the state must have a controlling stake in the mining
Speaking on the importance of education in South Africa, he said
it was the best gift to give to a nation. As long as people
continued to remain uneducated they stayed dependent on the state.
"If you don't have economic freedom you have nothing."
He criticised media reports about President Jacob Zuma that
questioned his appointment of Menzi Simelane as National Director
of Public Prosecutions.
"Every moment they [the media] get they use it to discredit
Zuma. Every time Zuma appoints someone with a weakness they use it
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