Julius Malema Did Warn But Blind Hate Triumphed

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Dear black person, dislike another black someone all you want, even if it is EFF leader Julius Malema. 

However, be a sensible, self-respecting and emotionally sober enough human to hear, feel and appreciate sense when it comes through a Malema and such type. That is because, as Ray Chikapa Phiri of Stimela fame – would say…, 

The man is just a conduit in a human form. Therefore, from time to time, he is prone to err. You know, fart through the mouth, and the stink becomes too unbearable. Well, as they say, be the bigger person that towers even above a Malema to see the whole picture, not just the bigger one. It is possible to hear the message – you know – to see beyond the surface of a figure. Just give your intellect a try. Suspend emotions a bit. Got it! Now…,  

As expected, the killing of black people at a Soweto tavern laid a red carpet of human blood. Of course, for yet another staging of The Man and The Fedora Hat show. Thus entering the scene is a citizen describing himself as an adult. 

So, to a crowd’s excitement, he moans about an Orlando Police Station. The site, says the adult, mainly employs vhaTsonga and vhaVenda speaking officers – all black. You can watch and listen to the man in action here…, https://twitter.com/Mohlaodi7/status/1546585131363848193. Of course, these days, you would not expect a leadership material response from the star of The Man and The Fedora Hat show – Police minister Bheki Cele. For a thing that comes out of his mouth, you might want to put hands over your head to protect your sanity. He says…, “When you have a tattoo, we do not employ you as a police officer.”

Hay’ ke! 

The Small Mind Ethnic and Borderline Thinking 

Anyway, the reliability of Twitter users in refreshing a memory got to be one thing deserving applause. In a simple line, @TshidisoFeela writes…, “Giraffe View as always. It is now Tsonga and Venda speaking people in Soweto Police Stations.” The statement comes with a Julius Malema video – the link attaches. https://twitter.com/Ishiba_Kekana/status/1546571750552502274?s=20&t=2L8BT06Ka4u_Al5GQcsKLA

Alas! For fear of losing votes, the kind of frank talk from the above video link can not possibly come from the mouth of Cyril Ramaphosa. Captured in the fangs of the colonial ravages of Africa, BuffaNkole would likely say something presidentially-puppet dumb. In fact, recall his leap in a hurry to finger tribalism as the cause for the July unrests of 2021.

‘Ethnic mobilization is behind the riots.’ He said something to that effect at the time. Thus further inflaming instead of quelling tribal tensions. Ok, let us suppose the July unrest was tribally motivated. Still, BuffaNkole could have risen to the occassion to speak as an African president, not a divide and conquer askari masquerading in the robes of the ANC.

ALSO READ: https://thivi.co.za/picture-gwede-mantashe-in-a-bikini/ 

The easy pick, low-hanging fruit syndrome

Centuries-old history says blacks are easy picks for abuse and cruel and unjust treatment.

So vulnerable, at a snap, some go for each other’s throats, like crazed zombies, in a fight for crumbs. The senseless commotion is amid a feast of bread, meat, milk, wine and honey – all at their expense.

Now, for two perspectives that are full of sense. First, Andile Mngxitama, President of Black First Land First, says when asked what tribe he belongs to, he retorts, “ndingum-black” or my totem is BLACK. Furthermore, Mngxitama adds…, 

“Our blackness marks us out for oppression and death. We must use it for our salvation and liberation based on Black Solidarity (unity).” Indeed, there is nothing wrong with identifying with a particular tribe and country as a matter of pride. But serious problems arise when associating with an ethnic group or territory gets used to harm, disadvantage and perpetuate disunity among blacks.

Watch, in addition, a short fifty-five seconds video of a rational young African woman posted by @Thulani16V – https://twitter.com/Thulani16V/status/1546692246212419585.

Nhlanhla Lux Of Duck Soup Things 

Since we opened with the nemesis of Nhlanhla Lux, we might as well close with a note on the Operation Dudula champion. Nhlanhla Lux must get his congratulations for his ventilating problems faced by people in communities. A noble thing to do indeed. However, it ought to be also brought to his attention that talk pitting brother against brother is…,

In isiXhosa they say ukubhatyaza, ukuyibaxa. Lux keeps blaming African ‘foreigners’ for problems in a south part of Africa. However, he hardly lays the blame at the door of the guilty as charged accused number one – the ANC. Indeed, whose administrative bungles make it possible for the so-called foreigners to ‘mess up the country and steal local jobs?’

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