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Julius Malema in big trouble after his Top secret got exposed.

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Following remarks he made against Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan during Jacob Zuma's administration and his current stance, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has once again been exposed as a flip flopper. 

Malema promised when Jacob Zuma was president that if he had to pick between Pravin Gordhan and Zuma, he would chose Gordhan. He went on to call the former president and his associates "criminals" who were endangering South Africa's stability and progress. 

The same Julius Malema is now demanding Pravin Gordhan's resignation for failing to turn around the state-owned power company, Eskom. 

Former President Jacob Zuma fired Pravin Gordhan during his tenure, and many feel that Zuma removed him for a valid reason: his incompetence. 

Those who believed he was being treated unfairly, like Julius Malema, are now demanding for him to resign as Eskom continues to turn out the lights. 

"We will never forget Julius Malema; our country is in shambles because of him," some countered. /status/1525792319550763008?t=xhRPCQXQ4fVA61lassDePw&s=19&t=xhRPCQXQ4fVA61lassDePw&s=19 

Zuma's supporters also claimed that Julius Malema and his party members were employed to oppose Zuma and divert his attention away from his intentions to implement Radical Economic Transformation. 

They stated Malema's legacy would be incomplete until he was named as one of the supporters of white monopoly capital in the struggle against Zuma, but now he is speaking out against capitalists and their authoritarian inclinations. 

"Malema and his EFF were utilized by white monopoly capital to divert Zuma's attention away from his aspirations for radical economic transformation. 

They opposed nuclear power and Pravin's resignation, even after Zuma pleaded with them to unite as black people against land expropriation "a fellow ANC member said 

Zuma asked his followers at a conference this weekend to work toward bringing all black people in the country together.

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