I first need to pose some questions to “the honourable comrade”
- When the apartheid government banned the ANC and forced us off our land… did we run away and start a “new country” or did we fight for what was and is rightfully ours?
- If your parents throw you out of their house, do you change your surname/invent a new one or do you remain their child?
- Did Madiba decide, after say 5, 10,15 or 25 years to give up the fight or did he soldier on and fight?
What you fail to understand, dear comrade, is that I’m not a bastard child of the ANC. I was not adopted. I am a child of the ANC through and through.
Our beloved organization, which we will forever and always adore, contrary to your assertion and references showing past tense in this regard, is not called the father body. It is the mother body to its leagues. We will not allow corrupt, tribalist and factionalist individuals throw us out from it.
DNA tests can be done on us and our blood will come out black, green and gold. 100% pure ANC children unlike those who only know the leagues through the corridors of Luthuli House; we were born here and we regard them as nothing more than stepfathers who latched on to pillage connections, resources and power.
I shall sit outside its gates until the stepfather who now sees our home as his leaves or dies. He is 70 now; I am 31. The bully who now threatens and intimidates shall not last.
It is ludicrous to even suggest that we start or join other parties. We are not cowards (read COPE)- we will fight factionalists to the (bitter) end.
Zama, I won’t ask you permission to call you that, it is disgusting to see young people like you suggest that we retreat to the backrooms of oblivion. Asijiki la! The ANC, like the ocean, shall cleanse itself of the dirt that runs amok and further blurs the lines between party and state. The individuals who use the secret services and police as their toys will have their day in Mangaung.
With regards to your statements on the reports about those who disrupted Jacob Zuma, let me first state that as Mama Winnie has rightfully pronounced: it is disrespectful and unfortunate that the lecture was delivered by the man who delivered it.
The state and ANC propaganda machine was again used to report lies and distort facts saying those who disrupted the man are my supporters. Why can’t they be the enlightened ones who see the wool that is being pulled on the public’s eyes? Why does one have to be a Malema supporter to be against the rapist?
It taints the name and image of the ANC and of Tata to have womanisers deliver such speeches “in honour” of Madiba. Oh how I resent you and having campaigned for you. That is the biggest mistake of my life for which I shall never forgive myself. I’d re-live the horrors of apartheid a thousand times than to endure 10 years of your rule.
I’m getting sidetracked here…
The point is, Zama, I’m not going anywhere. I’m not fighting for political relevance or as you put it “begging for attention”. You do not know me lady. You know the Julius of newspapers and rumours mills. O seke oa mphaphela. Oa ntlwaela!
Whether you believe it’s me or not,
I see some of you STILL think this Julius Malema account is real?
— Honourable Cde Zama (@JoziGoddess) July 11, 2012