Julius Malema: White Privilege and Racism Prevents Whites From Giving Up Property without Compensation — Calls for Black Unity
In 2011 South Africa youth leader Julius Malema told his supporters that the white farmer’s land must be shared by all black Africans.
Malema was arrested for playing “Kill the Boer (white man)” song at his rallies.
Julius Malema later founded the Economic Freedom Fighters, a South African political party.
In February Malema called for new law to confiscate land from white farmers.
— Azania Afrika (@SAYoungLion) February 27, 2018
The South African Parliament agreed with Malema and voted to confiscate land from white farmers without payment in February.
In March Julius Malema called on his followers to go after the white man and cut the throat of whiteness.
In August Julius Malema called for a united African continent.
Earlier this week Julius Malema said racism and white privilege are preventing white people from giving up their property without compensation in South Africa.
Times Live reported:
Malema noted that white people who participated in the public participation process of the committee, whether rich or poor and even the landless, were in unison in opposing expropriation of land without compensation. He said this was because when white interests and privilege were threatened, white people protected each other.
“Why would people think alike like that, if it is not an issue of racism and privilege which seeks to perpetuate landlessness among those who were conquered by criminals who came into our country and took our land?”
He said that among black people, and Africans in particular, there were different views as they did not come from a process that sought to isolate anyone. Rather, he said, it came from a background that sought to win a debate through an honest engagement.
“Here you have got a group of people who 90% of them vote for the same party. This is white privilege, this is in defence of white privilege which seeks to perpetuate landlessness among our people,” said Malema.
He called for black unity, saying this was very important when it came to the matter of land.