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"Kiss The Boer, This Photo Always Shocks Me" Former EFF Member Hits Out

Former Economic Freedom Fighters member, and author, Kim Heller has revealed that the photo of Defense minister Thandi Modise kissing the overdue apartheid president, FW De Klerk always shocks her.

Her utterances comes at a time the Economic Freedom Fighters are embroiled in an unpleasant criminal conflict with Afriforum over the tune "kill the Boer."

"Kiss the Boer. This photograph usually shocks me," she said.

The former EFF member, Kim Heller similarly argued that Julius Malema's utterances in court are a true mirrored image of what is presently occurring in South Africa. She says white people are the actual foreigners inside the united states of america, but they behave appallingly.

"Whites are the actual foreigners in South Africa we're traffic who've behaved appallingly. What Julius Malema says is the truth white human beings refuse to just accept," she said.

The Economic Freedom Fighters leader, Julius Malema tells white humans that they arrived in South Africa as visitors, but they later settled on their own after being welcomed via natives.

"You arrived right here as settlers in 1652, it's a historic fact...We have generic which you have naturalised in this country, however it does not alternate the reality which you came right here as a traveler," said Malema.

Political analyst, Aubrey Matshiqi who revealed that he's following up on the problem among EFF and Afriforum points out that this situation has unmarried handedly uncovered how racism is rife in a democratic South Africa even put up apartheid generation.

He provides that racism in South Africa has no disgrace.

"I am watching the lawsuits within the dubul’ ibhunu matter. White racism has no sense of irony. It honestly lacks humility and has no feel of shame," he stated.

Malema addressing his supporters outdoor the court stated the EFF is constantly in court docket because it isn't captured. He stated they're going to be everlasting citizens of the courts.

"And in the event that they can't imprison us, they may be going to kill us," he said.


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