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ANC tik Malema oor die vingers

Die ANC het sy jeugleier, Julius Malema, se onbeskofte gedrag teenoor ʼn joernalis van die BBC ten sterkste veroordeel. Die organisasie het Malema se optrede in ʼn verklaring gerepudieer en sê daar is geen regverdiging vir Malema se optrede nie selfs al sou hy na bewering uitgetart wees.

Dit was die sterkste teregwysing wat die organisasie nog aan Malema gerig het sedert hy die afgelope tyd soos ʼn olifant in ʼn porseleinwinkel maak en breek soos hy wil.

Die ANC sê in ʼn sterk bewoorde verklaring Malema het homself, die party en die land in geheel in ʼn slegte lig geplaas met sy optrede. Die organisasie sê sy jeugleier se optrede strook nie met die ANC se kultuur en tradisies nie.  

“Ons is van mening dat die saak anders hanteer kon gewees het. Die leierskapskwaliteite van kameraad Malema en die posisie wat hy beklee moes hom voorberei het om die saak op ’n wyse te hanteer wat leierskap demonstreer,” lui die verklaring.

Die ANC  distansieer hom ook ten sterkste van Malema se uitsprake dat hulle president Robert Mugabe en sy Zanu PF party sal ondersteun tydens volgende jaar se verkiesing in Zimbabwe.

4 Responses to ANC tik Malema oor die vingers

  1. Paul

    April 13, 2010 at 10:37 pm

    They condemn Malema’s statements and distance themselves from it but they don’t distance themselves from Malema, it is because they agree with him. He should have been sacked and thrown in jail by now.

  2. Angry Canadian boycotting Soccer SA

    April 11, 2010 at 7:49 pm

    Dear South African Media.
    Thanks to you we are now, boycotting the SA world-cup and charities for Africa
    You disgust us. You sink so low to play this discrediting of a murdered man with homosexuality and rapist’s tendencies smear campaign?
    I’m boycotting your garbage run ANC country and your pathetic world-cup. I will never again donate to any development projects for black Africa. I hope you all starve due to your own barbarian uncivilized farm murdering garbage you spew.
    To paraphrase Malema “Congratulations you sick ANC black bastards, you rude ANC black agents with ANC black tendencies get out of the world of the civilized nations you ANC rapists.
    “When you ANC ever come to our countries, maybe we will sing, Kill the ANC, shoot the ANC, and kill the ANC rapists, one bullet for each ANC, aye aye. Sound familiar? That’s your revolutionary song isn’t it?

    Your media circus is disgusting people worldwide and causing massive world-cup cancellations. Your yellow bellied smear what you call journalism is profane, criminal and disgusting. You have now officially broken many legal defamation of character rules worldwide. Hope you get sued to hell and back abroad.
    You ANC are complicit and responsible because you have time and time again allowed this incitement of race hatred to happen.

    To the Respectful cultured Afrikaners and Boere Volk, sue the SA newspapers and the lawyers representing the defendants from courts in Europe and North America as they distribute that defamation of character crap on the internet worldwide outside of SA in Europe. That is a criminal offense. They did not wait till the court case was over but made the suggestions in public worldwide. Sue them for millions in Europe, The USA, Australia, Canada etc. You will win.

    In October 2009, an Austrian court ruled it illegal to call Jörg Haider a homosexual. The ruling was issued in a lawsuit initiated by Jörg Haider’s wife Claudia Haider. Mrs. Haider went to court after the German newspaper Bild-Zeitung published interviews with a man claiming to have been Jörg Haider’s lover for many years.[citation needed]

    In its ruling the court threatens a fine of up to € 100,000 for anybody “who claims and/or distributes the claim, that Jörg Haider was a homosexual and/ or bisexual and/or that he has had a lover”.[citation needed]

    The court also issued preliminary injunctions against the German Bild Zeitung, the Austrian paper Österreich and the Austrian magazine News.[50]

    ANC and friends, you unfortunately give normal educated African blacks a bad name world wide. You ANC and supporters are a group of sick perverted and narcissistic racist hate mongers who belong in jail in The Hague

  3. Jean Oosthuizen

    April 9, 2010 at 1:18 pm

    Ja effens. Hier is die volledige verklaring:

    The ANC strongly condemns the behaviour of ANC Youth League President, cde Julius Malema, towards a BBC TV journalist, John Fisher (sic), at yesterday (April, 07, 2010) ANC Youth League press briefing. The aggressive and insultive behaviour to the said journalist that culminated with Mr Fisher walking out of the Youth League press briefing cannot be condoned at all.

    The unfortunate outburst by cde Julius Malema did not only reflect negatively on him, but also reflected negatively on the ANC YL, the entire ANC family, our Alliance partners as well as South Africa in the eyes of the international community.
    The behaviour in question, by the ANC YL president is not in keeping with the culture and traditions as well as conduct of a cadre and leader of the ANC.

    No amount of alleged provocation that was directed to cde Julius Malema could justify such a response. We are of a firm view that this matter could have been handled differently. The leadership abilities and qualities of the position that cde Julius Malema holds, should have prepared him to deal with the issue in a manner that demonstrated leadership.

    On the same note, we condemn whatever provocation that came from the side of the journalist directed to the Youth League President as it might have been seen as an attempt to undermine and mock the leadership of the ANC YL.

    The ANC would also like all South Africans to condemn the behaviour of the AWB General Secretary, Mr Andre’ Visagie, when he threatened a political commentator at the eTV broadcasting studios. This action by Mr Visagie equally does not augur well for the freedom of expression, as enshrined in our constitution. What is even more glaring on this matter is that Mr Visagie threatened a woman political commentator with the intention to harm during a live TV broadcast.

    The ANC would also like to strongly disagree and distance itself from utterances by the ANC YL at their press conference yesterday that they will support President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF to win the forthcoming general elections in Zimbabwe.

    The ANC stance on the Zimbabwe issue is that we fully support the mediation process that is currently underway, which is led and facilitated by President Jacob Zuma.

    The ANC together with its government would like to see all political parties in Zimbabwe (the two MDC’s and Zanu PF) implementing the spirit and the letter of the Global Political Agreement. It is therefore our view that the ANC YL’s expression of support for one party in Zimbabwe goes against our country’s and President Zuma’s mediation efforts in that country.

    The ANC will immediately arrange a meeting with the ANC YL to discuss matters raised in their press conference yesterday. These matters will include inter-alia, the matter raised in this press statement as well as matters relating to land, also matters relating to a call made by the ANC Officials for all ANC members and structures should restrain themselves in the singing of any struggle song that might be interpreted as contributing to racial polarisation.

    In this envisaged urgent meeting, the ANC will also sharply raise with the ANC YL their utterances in matters relating to the death of Mr Eugene Terre’Blanche.

  4. Ag Nostus He Donis

    April 9, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    Daai verklaring het nooit verwys na “leierskapskwaliteite van kameraad Malema” nie, Jean!

    Dit het verwys na “the leadership abilities and qualities of the position that Comrade Julius Malema holds”.

    Daar is ‘n effense verskil, sou ek sê?