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Post by DaveS on 26th March 2010, 16:21

PAC Youth threatens to kill Malema
2010-03-26 14:41

Johannesburg - The Pan Africanist Congress Youth League (PACYL) has threatened to kill ANC Youth League president Julius Malema if he does not apologise for misleading the country about the Sharpeville massacre.

"We are saying to Malema to apologise within five days or we will injure him to death... He will either end up in a hospital or in a mortuary," PACYL president Pitso Mphasha said at a press conference in Johannesburg on Friday.

This was a way of teaching Malema discipline the "militant" way, he said, declaring it the "One Enemy, One Bullet campaign".

Membership to be mobilised

Asked how the PACYL intended killing Malema, he said the party's membership from all communities would be mobilised to kill him.

He described this approach as not necessarily being outside the law as the government was being run by criminals.

"The laws of this country protect criminals. We are being led by criminals from the president to the bottom people."

When it was put to him that the PACYL was promoting violence, Mphasha said: "We respect human rights in our Constitution, but we will not be apologetic.

"We cannot allow small domkops [idiots] from the ANCYL to insult our party. Sharpeville belongs to the [Pan Africanist Congress],"he said.

The PACYL and the ANCYL are at loggerheads over who arranged the Sharpeville pass law uprising of 1960 - in which police shot dead 69 people.

At a commemoration on Monday, Malema said the protest had been organised by the ANC, but was then hijacked by the PAC. The PAC is outraged at the suggestion.

Malema 'a coward'

Mphasha labelled Malema a "coward" who did not accept challenges to public debates, because "he is illiterate".

"We are not cowards. We won't do things underground. We will do it openly because we are not afraid. We are prepared to go to jail for this.

"We are ready to defend our party, we are ready to fight for our people, we are ready to defend the history of this country," he said.

Charging that history books at schools were distorted, Mphasha demanded that they be re-written so young people could learn the truth.

He said the party would lobby teacher unions, excluding the SA Democratic Teachers' Union in a campaign to remove distorted books from libraries.

The PACYL also gave the government ten months to change the name of Human Rights Day to Sharpeville-Langa Day.

If the government did not listen, the PACYL would "turn the country upside down" through nationwide protests, he warned.

The party said it would also refrain from celebrating the 20th anniversary of the unbanning of political parties.

Unhappy about Bafana coach

In addition, Mphasha said the PACYL was unhappy that the Bafana Bafana coach was a Brazilian, referring to Carlos Alberto Parreira.

"That coach is not suitable for Bafana Bafana in the upcoming World Cup. We cannot promote Brazilian football here in South Africa. We want an African coach."

ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu said he would respond once he had either received a written statement on the matter from the PACYL, or when the threat was directly conveyed to the ANCYL.

He did not want to react based on a report from a press conference.



- SAPA


Guess the ANC saw it coming and that's why they gave him bodyguards a while ago!! Shocked

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Post by Richard H on 27th March 2010, 11:33

jocolor Julius out making friends and influencing people positively again...?


The trouble with political jokes is...

...they often actually get elected! Shocked
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Post by LeRoy Olivier on 27th March 2010, 14:34

yes that is the worst part of it - seems he is at last being seen for what he is - Problem with this kind of rethoric - it can easily escalate into something that might get completely out of control?????
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