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Unexpected|| Julius Malema Allegedly Reveals The Names Linked To The Parliament Blaze And See Why

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https://www.timeslive.co.za/politics/2022-01-26-i-suspect-rats-heres-who-malema-believes-is-to-blame-for-parliament-blaze/


South Africans have been wondering and contemplating when the Parliament fire will be extinguished. This is because it has been about 30 days since the mayhem at the little assembly of the Cape Town Parliament caught fire on New Year's Day.

It was the first time in South Africa that anything so terrible could occur in the blink of an eye. This is due to the fact that it aided in establishing that a homeless guy is capable of torching the House of Commons. This is due to the fact that the poor homeless man who was abounded by his family a few years ago is apparently not reviled for doing something he doesn't comprehend. The claims leveled against Mr Zanele Mafe are illogical, as the evidence and proof available reveal that Mafe lacked the capacity and opportunity to commit such a crime.

Julius Malema is said to have revealed the names tied to the Parliament fire because he believes Mafe's name was exploited to smear the black race. Julius Malema believes that rats may have mistaken the defective cables for food, causing the fire to ignite and spread throughout the Parliament.

This is due to Julius Malema's belief that the only part of the parliament that was burned was the roof, indicating that the fire did not begin at the assembly. Because only the roof was impacted, this leads to the conclusion that defective wiring were the source of the fire.

Julius Malema is irritated by the fact that the entire burden is being shifted to the poor folks who have no idea what is going on in his head. This is because the Supreme Court seeks solace in ruling that poor men do not deserve a chance to be free since they are capable of anything.

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