Malema threatens whites, Turkish news network

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Malema threatens whites, Turkish news network. Photo: Die Vryburger
Malema threatens whites, Turkish news network. Photo: Die Vryburger

A video has been published and is doing the rounds on social media showing Julius Malema in an interview apparently with a Turkish news network.

In that, Malema warned that South Africa could experience a revolution in the future. This revolution will be the highest form of anarchy. He once again stated that the EFF did not call for whites to be killed, “at least not yet”. The open threat is clear that they can or will make such a call.

The announcer pointed out that such a comment could be understood as a ‘murder call’ that he responded to: “cry baby, cry baby.”

It seems, however, that it is an old interview with Malema, because he still looks a bit round, while he is currently much thinner after losing a lot of weight.

Read the original article in Afrikaans on Die Vryburger

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