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Julius Malema Finally revealed why foreigners are mostly hired in SA restaurants.

He called us xenophobic and afrophobic when we stated certain positions should be reserved for South Africans, as they are in Zimbabwe, Botswana, Nigeria, Malawi, Namibia, Ghana, and other African countries. Now he claims he'll go to a restaurant in the Mall of Africa that only hires Zimbaweans. I've been accused of disliking him for exposing his hypocrisy; those who are his sycophants, please accept my apologies in advance; this is Mr Malema's and our future President's last post; I'm poor, and I don't want to lose my job when he goes to Union Building; 

We're familiar with his methods. I like his chutzpah and ability to engage and change people's opinions, but I can't place my money on his words since he is inconstant, which makes him hazardous to those who follow him. He moves with every political atmosphere that has the ability to create a mob of shouters who can't even form a constituency; he must be disturbed when crowds clap hands for him while ballot papers contradict the hands clapped for him while he speaks. This lowers him to more of an entertainer than a politician; constituency building capacity is more important than crowd in politics because it is the backbone of every political party, rather than responding to the weather and changing with it. He is a high-caliber politician, but he must maintain a consistent public image and stick to it in order for the EFF to gain support. 

Unfortunately, because his followers are blind followers who cannot challenge him, they will accuse him of hatred rather than looking at his contradiction. This guy is a joke. He said the other day that if the government closes the borders, illegal immigrants will have to find other ways to enter the country illegally, so what is this now? fbid=4734032193339318&id=100001977530340

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