” Go out there and date white people, we need to use every tactic at our disposal to get back the land” orders EFF leader Julius Malema
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema encouraged cross-racial relationships and marriages while addressing party members outside the US Embassy in Pretoria.
During a Black Lives Matter protest in solidarity with African Americans who are protesting against the killing of George Floyd, the EFF leader calls for the togetherness of black people. In his speech Malema says that blacks must respect black lives to teach Americans who to value black lives.
He emphasized the need to tolerate foreign nationals in South Africa, however he emphasized that criminal activities must be dealt with decisively. Julius Malema and the EFF leadership took time to honor slain Black American George Floyd kneeling outside the Embassy of the United States of America for 8 minutes 46 seconds.
Addressing scores of EFF supporters, Julius Malema encouraged the whites in South Africa to take time to learn how their black employees live and also the blacks local languages.
” We know everything about them, even their language but they know nothing about us, even a greeting language ” he said.
He encouraged white parents to make an effort to teach their children how to speak local languages as they are now going to schools with black students. The EFF leader sends his supporters into laughter when he deployed the youth to engage in cross-racial marriages and relationships.
” Go out there and date white people, we need to use every tactic at our disposal to get back the land” The EFF took time to shade into government’s decision to lift the ban on booze sales in lockdown level 3, a move he described as irrational.
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