WATCH: The only crime actively promoted by politicians in South Africa
Who is Julius Malema?
Julius Malema is the founder of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), a South African political party. He was the President of the African National Congress Youth League (ANYL) before starting the EFF party. He is suspected of looting the VBS Mutual Bank, which he uses to spend lavish amounts on luxury European brands, such as Gucci and Le Coq Sportif.
While Malema enjoys all the benefits of Western culture and capitalism such as his name, cars, clothing, jewellery, sport, technology, education, language, judiciary, democracy, trust fund and property, he advocates anti-Christian, anti-European, anti-American, anti-Semitic and anti Capitalist ideologies amongst his EFF supporters.
The word Malema is Sotho for “The Lame”. Malema prefer using his European name Julius, however his real name is Sello a Sotho word for “Wailing” or “Crying”.
Malema was born in 1981 in Pietersburg, Transvaal where he received a European education. He is a Mopedi, a bantu set of people that speak Sotho.
Julius Malema is a convicted criminal, found guilty of hate speech. In 2012, Malema was charged with money laundering and tax evasion and is currently being investigated by journalists and the National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa for corruption. He recently appeared in court for the illegal firing of an assault rifle at an EFF party.
Malema was convicted in 2010 for hate speech by the Equality Court of South Africa. His “Shoot the Boer, Shoot the Farmer” song was ruled unconstitutional and unlawful by the South Gauteng Court.
Julius Malema is being monitored for inciting hate crime and crimes against humanity.
Part of our mandate, include filing our reports with U.S. State Departments under the Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act of 2018. The U.S. have demonstrated a renewed interest, in accountability from African leaders such as Zuma and Ramaphosa with the Guptas and banking institutions being reigned in on fraud and corruption https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/sm789.
In addition under International law, we provide our dossiers to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), and help seek remedy and compensation for the victims of hate crime, as well as seek prosecution for advocates of hate crime and crimes against humanity.
Our dossiers investigate and include considerations for Dolus Specialis (intent, knowledge, recklessness, or negligence) elements of genocide: https://wecanstopthegenocide.com/genocide-definition/
Dr. Gregory Stanton, founder of Genocide Watch and respected academic on the subject of genocide, has been monitoring South Africa since 2002. Describing the Eight stages of genocide, in a South African context, at a lecture in Johannesburg, Dr. Stanton who regularly reports to the U.S. Atrocities Prevention Board, attributes the Dehumanization and Persecution of minorities, to the African National Congress charter, dehumanising members of a minority as a “Settler or Boer“.
Watch video of Dr. Stanton discussing Malema’s role
Dr. Stanton also attributes the killing of minorities in South Africa, on radical politicians such as Julius Malema, convicted for hate speech, that incite violence through songs, such as “Kill the Boer”.
His outbursts advocating genocide and violence against people minorities include:
“What we hate is not the colour of their skin but the evil that emanates from them.”
“Our party must continue to strike fear in the heart of the white man, our real enemy”
“The only white man you can trust is a dead white man.”