Thursday, July 24, 2008

'Zuma will lead us, even from prison'

This Malema character is laughable were his threats not so serious.

You wonder why the country is in the state it is. This is what the ANC produces, idiots wrapped in morons.

His predecessor was a tosser of the highest order and we thought, no way could anyone follow his footsteps as shit-stupid as him.

But we were wrong.

Out creeped this Malema creature from under a rock and began to spew out shite that beggars belief. Can you believe his statement?

Dear folks, meet the ANCYL, from whence your future leaders will be picked, unless of course we can rid ourselves of the organisation of Anarchy Nepotism and Chaos, the ANC. The ANCYL is the ANC's version of Mad Bob's war vets.

The only hopeful bit about his comment is that he thinks Zooma will be sent to prison where he belongs.

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South Africa will be led by Jacob Zuma - even if it is from prison, ANC Youth League President Julius Malema said on Wednesday.

Malema told delegates attending the 6th ANC provincial conference in the Free State that the country's prosecutors should save themselves "embarrassment" and drop charges against Zuma.

"We can't imagine the courts finding (Zuma) guilty because, if you arrest him, he will lead us from prison. We are not afraid to be led by a president in orange clothes.

"If you want to save yourselves the embarrassment you must drop the charges, because arresting him will not stop him from being the president. "There is no other candidate," said Malema to rapturous applause from more than 2 000 delegates.

Malema previously courted controversy for announcing that he was prepared to die, and kill, for Zuma.

Malema said the party's election campaign will be led by Zuma - ending speculation that the ruling party was concerned about the impact a Zuma trial might have on the party's image.

Malema pleaded for unity saying that a united ANC would be a perfect birthday present for former President Nelson Mandela. 'There is no other candidate'

"Unity will be a perfect birthday present for Mandela, if you don't come back united you will have disappointed Mandela and other leaders before him.

"An attack on the ANC is an attack on the revolution. "We will fight and fight to ensure that unity is not compromised - for that we are prepared to die," said Malema.

The conference in Parys, began with fanfare and live music. Meanwhile, the ANC has begun mobilising thousands of loyalists to support Zuma at his next court date in Pietermaritzburg early next month. Zuma is due to appear in court on August 4 and 5 when his legal team is expected to file an application to have the National Prosecuting Authority's decision to prosecute him for fraud, corruption, racketeering, tax evasion and money laundering declared unlawful.

A loose coalition of groups supporting Zuma - including the ANC Women's League and the ANC Youth League - is set to meet on Thursday to discuss ways to express its support for Zuma and to coordinate activities.

The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal plans to hold night vigils outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court. In addition, supporters from across the country - including from some ANC regions regarded as pro-Mbeki - are poised to flock to the Midlands city.

Ironically, the man who is stirring up support for Zuma in the North West is provincial secretary Supra Mahumapelo who also led the charge for President Thabo Mbeki's bid for a third term in the run-up to the national conference in Polokwane last year.

Provincial spokesperson Lolo Mashiane said the Provincial Executive Committee had decided that it would support Zuma at his court appearance. "We are hoping that about 1 000 people from the North West will go down to KwaZulu-Natal to support the (ANC) president," she said.

Self-described "ardent Zuma supporter" and branch secretary of the Boganele region in the North West, Solomon Malete, said that when Zuma appeared in court all members should support him. "He is the leader of the ANC, he is the president of the ANC and he deserves that support from all structures of the ANC," he said.

ANC provincial spokesperson for the Free State Qomdile Khedama confirmed on Wednesday that they were planning displays of support. He said that buses would probably be hired to transport supporters to the court and that solidarity marches were being arranged in Bloemfontein.

Solid support is anticipated from the ANC in Mpumalanga and Zuma's home province, KwaZulu-Natal. The party's national spokesperson, Jessie Duarte, confirmed that arrangements were being made across the country. "I don't know the details of it but I do understand that people will be going to give their support to the president of the ANC," she said.

2 Opinion(s):

Anonymous said...

All their leaders were/are ex-cons.
Why would it be any different for Zooma?

Anonymous said...

Were in for a bumpy ride