The Spirit Of Julius Malema Possess Bheki Cele

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So, the Man and The Black Fedora Hat Show is on the road again.

In the middle of his tirade. All of a sudden, police minister Bheki Cele perhaps sees a Julius Malema flash in his eyes…,  Yes, do, for a moment,  imagine EFF leader Julius Malema watching the latest Cele award-seeking performance. Perhaps a Julius cocking a doddle-doo about inspiring a Cele to deal decisively with whiteness. So, Cele is the toast of an epic moment. Something akin to that of Julius with BBC Journalist Jonah Fisher in 2010. Anyhow, the Cele episode in the presence of the Gugulethu community is a déjà vu to the Malema of 12 years (A Slave Ago) past. Remember Juju telling Fisher…, ‘Here you behave, or else you jump. Come out. Go out. Bastard! Go out! You bloody agent!’  

 Now, wiggling his finger, Cele shouts, ‘Young, Man….,  ‘Sit down! Or Get out! Or Get Out!…, Get Out!’   Well, maybe next time Cele should just as well pinch his ear, Nigerian movie actors style, and ask…, Ehh! how many times did I tell you to get out-o! 

Still, uklein bass Ian Cameron should have sat his ass down, chill and listened to Cele as much as, Cameron, wants to be listened. You see, the more the likes of Cele speak, indeed there more they expose themselves.

 

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Still, Cele Has No Right To Tell Anyone Not To Tell Him He Is A Failure

 

But ke, Cele’s foaming in the mouth about his liberation struggle credentials should not drive focus away from facts. That is because his police ministry and departments are failing South Africans. As a result, safety and peace, let alone the prosperity of the citizens, is hardly guaranteed. It is a truth he must hear over and over again, despite his saying.., “Don’t tell me about the safety of my people…,”

Well, under the governorship of his ANC liberation struggle movement South Africa is among top to ten crime charts contenders. Yes the country sits at number three on the list of World Countries with the Highest Crime Rates. Notable crimes include high rates of assaults, rape, homicides, and other violent crimes. The Cele road shows, truth be told, are yet to prove effective in addressing safety concerns of communities across the board.

Moreover, black South Africans please outgrow the sentimentalism attached to racism and apartheid. That is because over-emotionalism is responsible for the black majority getting duped by failing politicians. Especially those invoking the liberation struggle and manipulating the pain of racism to run away from accountability for their failures.

Now to echo @VuyaniVuu’s challenge. Can we hear klein bass Ian Cameron and his Action Society say something…, At least, about one of Cyril Ramaphosa’s skeletons? Just one, #Marikana, #PhalaPhalaFarm Gate, #CR17BankStatements nyana…,

You see, bass Cameron, you have lots of choices. So, vat om!

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