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Malema Learn His Lessons In a Hard Way ;Not Even His Beloved Foreigners Could Help Him

Julius Malema had to learn the hard way, and it was a bitter lesson. Many South Africans have expressed their displeasure with him on social media after he promised to recruit more fighters to join the protests. Malema has been accused by many of wanting to worsen an already-resolved crisis. His Twitter account was suspended for 11 hours as a result of his statement, with the social media company stating that the congressman had violated their terms of service. Many others have confirmed that the account with the name Duduzane Zuma is a fake, and the microblogging site has also restricted access to the account. Duduzane, of course, has said that he is not a social media user. Julius Malema is clearly going through a rough patch and is keeping a low profile. This is the lowest point in his professional life.

Many individuals have condemned him on social media, arguing that by revealing his genuine identity, he has revealed his true identity to South Africans. They accuse him of always being negative and aiming to undermine the government's efforts in order to criticize President Cyril Ramaphosa's administration.

A young South African who had been following the founder of the Economic Freedom Fighters decided to unfollow him, alleging that the politician did not know what he wanted in life. "I am simply unfollowing all of the persons that are unsure of what they want," he told Malema. Several individuals have stopped following the young and active congressman, and not even his beloved foreigners, refugee immigrants, and illegal foreigners, whom he has always protected, can help him reclaim his position.

Undocumented migrants who have lost their employment as a result of the protests' devastation of their towns and infrastructure have fled him. Their enterprises, stores, and kiosks, as well as their spaza, were looted in significant numbers. The most heinous element is that, unlike huge corporations, many small and medium-sized businesses are not covered by insurance.

A young guy requested a person who was unfollowing him on social media to cease, stating that simply following him on social media does not imply that the person shares his political views. Furthermore, he stated "Following someone does not indicate that you agree with everything they say. It's amazing for entertainment value if you just hang out and listen to what they have to say.

You never know when they'll say anything useful, but it does happen from time to time, and it's always a good thing. But I can't seem to keep it from happening." Someone else has mentioned this as well. "Julius Malema will never be elected president of this country. He keeps demonstrating to us that he is nothing more than Donald Trump dressed as a black man " No one, not even foreigners, is speaking out for them. Malema's followers have questioned what he hopes to achieve by recruiting more warriors to join the protests. Was it enjoyable for him to witness robbers and protestors plundering people's assets and robbing them of their jobs? What about the mall owners who have had their businesses, shops, restaurants, automobiles, and other valuables looted or destroyed by demonstrators and looters?


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