There Will Be Chaos in Gauteng South Africa Warns Julius Malema

Julius Malema

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party leader Julius Malema has threatened to bring chaos to Gauteng South Africa after his party members were kicked out of a government meeting this week. At a media meeting Malema said that his party had the manpower to fight and would not hesitate to mobilize his people to use physical violence for their rights.

EFF MPL members were excluded from the meeting for not dressing in an appropriate manner. Wearing red overalls and red helmets to municipal and government meetings did not comply with the required dress code. The speaker of the House Ntombi Mekgwe told EFF MPLs to leave the Legislature meeting, as they were not dressed appropriately.

In another instance, EFF member Themba Wele was booted out of a Bhisho, East London meeting for calling white people Boers. Wele said the African National Party (ANC) did not reveal any solid plans to expropriate land because they were afraid of the Boers. ANC member Mxolisa Dimaza said the term Boer was not acceptable and asked the EFF member to retract his statement. After refusing to, Wele was asked to leave the house.

Furious, Malema lashed out at the media and continued to threaten physical violence if his members were removed from meetings based on inappropriate dress code. Malema said his party will not be pushed around and raised the issue of causing the Gauteng Province to become ungovernable. Malema said his members were not scared of death and prison, and they would not go to court but would use physical violence if this happened again.

Malema vowed to cause chaos and instability within the province of Gauteng if the EFF members were kicked out of the legislature in the future. Annoyed about these incidents, Malema said in all seriousness that the ANC should not forget that they did not win the Gauteng Province in the May 2014 election and said the results were rigged and fraudulent.

Malema reminded the ANC to bear in mind a recent incident in the township of Alexander when ballot papers were discovered. The residents barricaded the roads with burning tires and went on a rampage. Malema said the EFF’s intervention had stopped the province from being burnt to ashes.

It is the norm for opposition parties to have robust and heated discussions on critical issues affecting South Africa and to debate the matters without aggravating members of parliament. Since the EFF has been voted into Parliament, there have been more outrageous debates than in previous years. From brightening up the formal buildings with bright red overalls to causing a rumpus by ignoring the parliament rules of etiquette, the EFF members continue to cause sensationalism within the South African Media.

The ongoing attention sought by the EFF is becoming a daily occurrence, and the unruly behavior is favored among the voters of the party, while others state this form of behavior does not prove the EFF has the ability to govern. Julius Malema is continuing to make his opinion clear about bringing the Gauteng Province of South Africa into a state of chaos.

By Laura Oneale

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11 Responses to "There Will Be Chaos in Gauteng South Africa Warns Julius Malema"

  1. Mike   July 20, 2014 at 12:40 am

    But we are boers what is the problem.

  2. robyndupreez   July 5, 2014 at 1:04 am

    Interesting how we are giving him exactly what he wants…. he should just be ignored… He is a big baby throwing a tantrum because of what he cant have… and because he isnt getting his own way!!!! Yes, he had enough votes to give him a few seats, but honestly… we have enough learned and intelligent voters in SA to keep him at bay… and if he does end up provoking such hatred within our communities, then maybe we need to look into our own back yards for the real reason behind it… where there is smoke, there is fire… we as individuals need to deal with those harbored emotions of hate, and learn to forgive… stop teaching our children to hate… stop criticizing everyone and humble our hearts… Malema or someone who raised him, must have been hurt really badly to have become so hateful and revengeful… I feel sorry for the man! I pray God brings him and the rest of us peace…. Hey…. at least our government and parliament is not your usual boring self ha ha ha

  3. Thabo   July 4, 2014 at 9:13 pm

    @Martha, ‘ they don’t want to be called blacks’ . Who are THEY? You seem to forget that not all black south Africans are in favor of Malema, the ANC is behind you as well as the people voted it, if all blacks had hatred for whites I don’t think you would have the chance to even writing this article ,you would be in hiding by now. We also feel the very same pain when we see our beloved country goes down. Honestly I detest Malema with all my heart and if I couldn’t be given a chance to wipe him out, I would do that without hesitation. I’m no longer thinking about myself but the future of all my children under civil war. Like our hero , Nelson Mandela ,we blacks will always want to see a rainbow nation,for the sake of our children,so please be careful when you speak about ‘blacks’

  4. John Smith   July 4, 2014 at 2:54 pm

    I’m sick of this, I say to Julius bring it on, I will be the first in line to defend the innocent people you wish to terrorise with your violence!!! I am not standing for this anymore, and anyone who has any pride may join me. If you are not willing to fight injustice it will eventually find you and nobody will be there to help you, so stand up to these thugs and terrorists!!! Stating the use of violence as Julius has is a crime and an act of terror, he is a terrorist!!!

  5. Led Lighting   July 4, 2014 at 10:39 am

    all just a matter of jealousy,they know very well what the real situation is,,they love to drive BMW or Merc when they steal enough money to buy it,,and very quick to say,,give me my gun I will shoot the whites,,but they can not even make the tires of these cars,or the bullets for the guns,,that is their biggest problem,,JEALOUSY

  6. Lindiwe   July 4, 2014 at 6:51 am

    let there be orderly chaos boycott public transportation dont spend your money in gueteng but DONT trash the cities or destroy anything engage in civil disobedience not in mindless disobedience…. we should’nt have tolerance for that. grown men acting a fool. those times are over!

  7. Loeis   July 4, 2014 at 4:15 am

    You are right about most things, Martha, but we certainly do not need the large countries, nor the UN, to become involved again. They contributed to the current state of affairs.

  8. ray   July 4, 2014 at 2:08 am

    Well sure hope they do Britain and usa were partly responsible

  9. pruuuu   July 4, 2014 at 1:25 am

    Nothing will solve this only chaos

  10. jannosJan Meyntjes   July 4, 2014 at 1:12 am

    It would not be difficult to bring this country into chaos. It already is.What is disturbing to us South Africans, is the fact that this newly founded Political Party,uses the public platform to incite anarchy. They are well known for their hatred of the White people and their leader, Julius Malema, is known for spreading hate speech like “Kill the Boer(whites),Kill the farmer. Although their Election Mandate was Economic Freedom, what they do not say is their hatred of all things White a fact that is underscored in the comments mentioned in the article by EFF member Themba Wele, calling white people Boers.
    Since 1995 when the ANC came to Power and the rest of the World celebrated the Rainbow Nation as the best model of Democracy and Mandela Mania, over 77,000 White people have been murdered in this country and our National Media together with the International Media, have elected to keep quite about it. Genocide Watch placed the murders of Whites on level 6 but has since returned it to level 5 (“Polarization).
    The plight of the White minority have attracted the attention of a large audience and several Facebook groups eg. Americans Against White Genocide in South Africa, was started to inform the American public,for one.about the Truth behind the killings.
    Civil War is a strong likely hood and it will be the Whites that will be caught in the middle of it and will be exterminated, while the Free World watches on. Are you going to allow that or will you come to our aid before it happens?

    • Martha Rowe   July 4, 2014 at 2:18 am

      I hope that other large countries will come to the aid of the white S.A. people and also that
      Malema and his party will be dealt with by the government.All power should be taken from Malemas party.I personally do not think it is shameful to be called a boer,the boer build this country,you call me a boer you do not shame me.It is wicked and a offence to sing kill the boer.They do not even like to be refered to as blacks although they are blackm

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