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‘White Monopoly Capital’: Anti-White South African Radicals Scorn Massive Donations That Could Help Black Businesses
Julius Malema says businesses should "reject it with the contempt it deserves."
"I am happy I'm speaking to black elites here."
It is a crime to utter certain words — if you are white.
He was due in court for firing a rifle at a rally.
“For us, nonracialism is not the product of our negotiated transition. It is a fundamental and immutable principle"
Black First Land First leader is even more radical than Malema.
Corruption is devouring the country from within.
"[W]hite people will work for you. That will be true freedom."
"The present system’s failures cannot be excused unless the past is utterly demonized."
Rainbow Nation shows its colors.
Strange things are possible in Africa
Malema: “I will pull the race card every time.”
Conflicting reports concerning EFF provincial assembly.
Julius Malema accuses SA president of conspiring with right-wingers to sabotage land expropriation.
EFF leader says that Indians “had all sorts of resources Africans didn’t have.”
"I can't guarantee the future."
He says at a memorial service for Winnie Mandela.
Julius Malema: “It feels so good for a black child to determine the future of a white one.”
‘We Are Cutting the Throat of Whiteness’: South Africa Politician Praises Plan to Hand Land to Black People
“Angry white people can go to hell.”
White South Africans “possess skills that make them compatible with our culture and civilization."
EFF leader: “The time for reconciliation is over.”
Which way for the Boers?
Radical leader has repeatedly told black followers to take what's theirs.
Many say genocide is coming.
Boer group: “We are ready to fight back.”
"This is a motion that seeks to unite black people in South Africa."
National Review columnist calls for a Boer ethnostate.
Party banner: "Honeymoon is over for white people in South Africa."
The continent sinks further into degeneracy.
Who knew "white capitalists" were calling the shots in South Africa?
If elected, his policies would probably make that happen.
The ANC is moving toward black nationalism.
"We must restore our dignity. We must have everything that white people have."
. . . against the "white minority."
ANC is "appalled" by the decision.
When not singing "shoot the Boer," he lives in a $2 million house.
South African colonel says paramilitary training "is a matter of survival for our people."
Hopes to improve upon "past efforts to redistribute resources from the white minority to the black majority."
Promotes Zimbabwe-style land seizures.
South African farmers are murdered at a rate 700 times higher than world average.
Song about shooting white people sung "in a friendly atmosphere."
. . . and no one cares.
ANC youth leader says blacks reproducing is "a revolutionary thing."
Irish Pop singer thinks it's fine to sing about killing whites.
Court to fine ANC youth official in "shoot the Boer" case.
Murders of white farmers continue.
The embattled white tribe.
Boer-hating troublemaker accuses BBC journalist of having a "white tendency."
Malema wants South Africa to model itself on Zimbabwe.
"Race still matters very much in South Africa."
Backtracks on initial threat of retaliation.
Many anti-Boer songs, that is.
Over 3,000 have been killed in South Africa since 1994.
Facebook used to threaten white farmers in South Africa.
Sings "Shoot the boere, they are rapists," but he doesn't really mean it.