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10 Most Remembered Julius Malema "quotes" of all times

Apr 22 '16 | By La Afrique Media | Views: 299 | Comments: 0

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When  he was president of the ANC Youth League he had a pretty big mouth; but when he founded and became the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters oll’ Juju’s musings got even wackier.

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“Don’t tell me about those video games of Nhleko. I don’t recognise video games.” – Malema on police minister Nathi Nhleko’s Nkandla report.

“White supremacists are happy that the country is being run down by black people. Not in my name.”

“Are you scared of Gupta media? I’m scared of nothing. Not even BBC.” –Obviously not the BBC, anyone remember the “bloody agent” spat Julius had with a BBC reporter a few years back?

“It doesn’t matter how much we irritate you … We are a necessary irritation!” – Malema to National Assembly speaker Baleka Mbete

“We will not sell SA to the Guptas over a curry.” – This year has seen Malema focus most of his energy on the Gupta family.

“I only debate with serious political youth formations. Not a group of the racist Helen Zille’s garden boys.” – back when the DA challenged him to a debate.

“We are not anti-white, we are for all, but particular black people. White minority you have been warned.” – Malema’s never made a secret about his disdain for wealthy white people.

“We come to white people here and we are treated like visitors in our own country.” – When addressing the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

“They can’t think. They don’t know politics. Every year you are bombing this or that nation, because of your thirstiness for blood. We want to ask a simple question to the imperialists. Are you not tired of seeing blood every year? You blood thirsty imperialists.” – He’s also never held back on his thoughts about the world’s most powerful nation.

“Chair, when police reduce crime you come here and say the ANC has reduced crime. When police kill people, you don’t want us to come here and say the ANC government has killed people. That is inconsistent, honourable chair.” – Sometimes he actually gets it right though.

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