Powerful South African politician Julius Malema said in a recent interview that he is not planning a white genocide, “at least for now.”
Dubbed “the Hitler of South Africa,” Malema’s words ought to send a chill down the spine of any white person living in South Africa.
“I’m saying to you, we’ve not called for the killing of white people, at least for now. I can’t guarantee the future,” Malema said during the interview with TRT World.
Malema had little concern when told this could be interpreted as a “genocidal call.”
“Cry babies, cry babies!” he said.
“I can’t give you a guarantee of the future,” he reiterated. “Especially when things are going the way they are.
“If things are going the way they are,” Malema continued, “there will be a revolution in this country. I can tell you now. There will be an unled revolution in this country, and an unled revolution is the highest form of anarchy.”
In March, South Africa‘s parliament passed a motion that could lead to the seizure of land from white farmers without compensation.
“More than two decades after white-minority rule ended in South Africa, most of its profitable farms and estates are still owned by white people, and about 95 percent of the country’s wealth is in the hands of 10 percent of the population,” Bloomberg reported at the time.
For what it’s worth, the chilling talk about killing white people contradicts earlier statements from Malema.
“South Africa would be boring without whites,” he said back in April, according to News24. “They have naturalized. It’s like waking up one day and there are no trees. They are part of SA, but they must share the land.”
“We won’t chase you into the sea,” Malema promised then.
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