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Malema Caught 'Pants Down' As He gets Exposed Again

As a result of statements he made against Pravin Gordhan during Jacob Zuma's administration and his current stance, Julius Malema has once again been exposed to be a flip-flopper by the Economic Freedom Fighters.

He said he would chose Pravin Gordhan over President Jacob Zuma in the event that the two men were pitted against each other, and Julius Malema made good on his promise. Aside from calling the previous president and his associates "criminals," he stated that they were a barrier to South Africa's growth and stability. 

In light of Pravin Gordhan's inability to turn things around at state-owned utility Eskom, Julius Malema is once again calling for his ouster. In his heart, he craves Gordhan's death. 

Pravin Gordhan's employment was terminated when he was president of South Africa by Jacob Zuma, the previous president. Many individuals feel that Zuma did so because of Pravin's inadequacy, which is widely accepted. 

Julius Malema and others who thought he was being unfairly handled are now calling for his resignation since Eskom continues to switch off the lights. 

We will never forget Julius Malema, and it's no exaggeration to say he is to blame for our country's current condition of affairs." 

There have also been claims that Julius Malema and his supporters have been used as a pawn by those who support Zuma to undermine the former president and deflect attention away from his campaign promises to implement dramatic economic change. 

A group of supporters said his legacy would not be complete without him being labeled as one of the White Monopoly Capitalists who supported the struggle against Zuma, but now Malema appears to have changed course by speaking out against capitalism and its authoritarian tendencies. 

Malema and his Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) were employed by white monopoly capital to divert Zuma's attention away from his promises for radical economic transformation. " 

When Zuma asked them to join as blacks against land seizures, they refused, "one ANC member stated. 

During a meeting he held with his supporters over the weekend, Zuma pushed them to work for the union of all black people in the country.


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