Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Malema Welcomes "War" with the SACP

hat tip: Cape Independence Movement

African National Congress Youth League President Julius Malema said on Tuesday the organisation would accept a declaration of war from the South African Communist Party if it was offered.
He again lashed out at the SACP's leadership, accusing the party of trying to impose undemocratic leaders on the country.
Malema said the treatment he received at the SACP's conference was a planned tactic to throw down the gauntlet to the youth league, something he said would be accepted.

"It was an invitation to war and I knew this. We have to leave it to the youth league to decide whether they are accepting this invite to war. The youth league accepted the invite and we are not going to retreat," said Malema.
The controversial young politician and his lieutenants were addressing the National Press Club in Pretoria.

The league's Deputy President Andile Lungisa said the ANC's silence about the booing of Malema at the SACP conference was because ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe was not objective on the issue.

"The ANC is silent because the ANC secretary general, comrade Gwede Mantashe, is conflicted and does not want to speak against the SACP where he is a chairperson," said Lungisa.
He said the SACP's Jeremy Cronin would be taught a lesson after his statement that the treatment Malema received should serve as a lesson to him.

"The ANC Youth League [national working committee] is of the view that the booing of the ANC Youth League president by some delegates in the conference was planned by the leadership of the Communist Party," said Lungisa.

3 Opinion(s):

Anonymous said...

This snotpicker is being "groomed" for the presidency, as in having fleas removed ape-style.

Exzanian said...

Julius is a legend...in his own mind.

h said...

Hooray! I'm hoping that the SACP yoof leeg decide to take this piece of shit out. War is war and generals do fall.

That would make a great Christmas present Santa :)