Lekota thinks Malema is a Threat

Mosiuoa Lekota thinks that Julius Malema is more of a problem than simply being a joke in the political arena of South Africa. I guess it’s easy to laugh a guy like Malema off without making a stand on the fact that the actions and speech of Malema are simply unacceptable in a country claiming to be democratic.

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5 Responses to “Lekota thinks Malema is a Threat”

  1. 1 Elkana
    February 13, 2009 at 7:51 am

    Not that i condoned Mr Malema speeches but in a democratic country Freedom of speech is allowed and whether it is good or bad, he is allowed to speak out his mind.

  2. 2 Stephen
    February 13, 2009 at 8:41 am

    What about all the other human rights of others that Malema infringes upon when he opens his mouth? The right to dignity? Why then did the ANC demand that he apologize if he was simply excercising his right to freedom of speech? Freedom of speech is an integral part of a democratic society but an appreciation for it must include an appreciation for other human rights – Malema does not show this appreciation.

  3. 3 lennon
    February 13, 2009 at 3:56 pm

    But Elkana does he have the same exact right if he is adressing young people who look up to youth leaders like him…what direction is he giving them…speak your mind regardless of the concequences, its ok you can always apologise for it…NOT!! That man is a basket-case who has a lethal mouth and ill be danmed if ill let my children listen to the garbage that comes out of his big mouth…they might think its right – i mean it is a free country after all.

    He is more than welcomed and has a right to say what he says over a couple of beers with his mates, Not adressing students who need answers and believe that he will give it to them.
    ‘Recall’ the idiot thats what i say.

  4. 4 Elkana
    February 18, 2009 at 3:10 pm

    I agree with you guys 100 percent, Malema is not an i deal role model to any youth and to the members of the youth league in particular. If you look at the way he was elected to be the ANC youth league president it was because he is not scared to speak out his mind, apparently the ANC youth has always said thing that many people couldn’t say, so the ANC is some how depend on people like Malema to speak out. pity he is biting the hand that feeds him.

    I just feel that as much as we entitled to freedom of speech, we must just show respect when we address the public, especially when we are considered to be public figures.

  5. 5 pope
    January 25, 2010 at 10:45 am

    malema has the right to say his feelings.leave malema alone bua malema bua

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