Julius Malema: “There are no white farmers killed in South Africa”
The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema, has revealed to his supporters that if he summoned them to the Senekal court, it is to remind them of their distress for the land. He made it known that whites must apologize and pay money for the genocide, the murders, and apartheid.
Julius Malema was speaking in front of the Senekal Magistrates’ Court, where members of his party gathered, during the court appearance of the two men accused of killing Brendin Horner, aged 21, the young farm manager.
EFF members came out en masse after the party’s appeal following violent protests by White farmers in court last week. Malema told his supporters that if he called them to Senekal, it would make them remember their distress for the land. He took the opportunity to demand an apology from white farmers.
“For their apartheid, for their rape, for their murder. When they apologize, they should do it the African way. We need cattle… a synonym for money. They have to pay us billions and billions,” he said.
Despite the murder of Horner Brendin, Julius Malema insisted that there were no farm killings in South Africa. “There are no farmers who are being killed, and this message has to reach this racist Trump. There are no white farmers killed in South Africa. In South Africa, women are being killed. In South Africa, children are being killed,” he added.
According to Julius Malema, the whites of the town of Senekal had used the pretext of murders on the farms to dissuade the blacks from maintaining their land agenda based on the demand for reparations.