Do You Think Malema Is Right About The Farm Murder Protests In South Africa?!

October 30, 2017

EFF leader Julius Malema has taken to social media to complain about the difference in treatment by police in the farm murder protests as compared to protests by black African youth.

In a tweet that has received a lot of comments and retweets, Malema said protesters were “illegally” blocking roads, but police were not shooting rubber bullets at them. However, if it were African youth blocking the roads, the treatment by police would have been different.

“White farmers are blocking the roads illegal and police are not shooting rubber Bullets but if it was African youth, yho!!! MbalulaFikile.”

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4 Comments

  1. Maria Roth 30 October, 2017, 15:06

    The comment by the various commentators in the article are quite as racist as the fools who trying to cause trouble. Displaying the old flag is offensive to many and that isn’t the purpose of the protest and totally counter productive. It only heightens feelings instead of drawing attention to poor security resulting in the deaths they are protesting.

    If people thought they would realise that their arrogant and racist behaviour will only escalate the farm murders and endanger the lives of others who do not share their views.

    What is sad is that there are thousands participating in the protest and you get the throw backs who miss the point. Conversely you get others who seem to think they are justified in condemning and entire race and supporting the murders of members that race because of a few people’s opinions.

    The protest is to bring attention to farm murders and the danger to food security and the more than 500 000 people who have been murdered since 1994.

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  2. Debra-Lee Strydom 31 October, 2017, 10:02

    There is no burning and looting going on so rubber bullets are not needed.

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  3. Natasia 1 November, 2017, 03:28

    It was a legal march. signed and stamped at the police station .

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