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2/16/2020

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The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has threatened to heighten what it calls 'militant protests' against former president F.W De Klerk if the ANC and government continue to include him in public events.

This follows similar remarks made by De Klerk during a television interview. During the State of the Nation Address last week the EFF raised numerous points of order against De Klerk’s presence. EFF spokesperson Delisile Ngwenya says they will also write to the Nobel Peace Committee to withdraw the Peace Prize awarded to De Klerk. “Parliament and government must immediately stop all invitations to De Klerk and if they fail to do so the EFF will increase its militant protests against De Klerk including through physically removing him from official events.” Click on the video below: This entry was posted on 16 Feb 2020,05:53PM at 5:53 PM and is filed under Read more: SABC News Online

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MbuyiseniNdlozi What will the gain we don't make threats we make promises, we are always ready It should be minded that Julius Malema has tendencies to stir up stuff while other significant things are happening. Let’s examine the main one: As the StateCaptureInquiry heats up regarding Zuma, his own hands in the jar are bound to come to the fore. EnoughIsEnough

Some White businesses are sponsoring Malema, so they can continue looting the state and selling fake cigarettes. This guy knows war makes you Rich. All benefit whites people are still enjoying are from the past decade and we cant move on without sharing all the resources. Land is the first one The Elite Rich Intellectuals Employed Fight Back Groups and those with the Means of an Income are really enjoying the Apartheid Saga Soapie We the Millions of Unemployed and Survivors of Apartheid need Food on our Tables we do not wish to Die In Free SA Only the EFF+Friends=WIN

Bathate Juju bayasinyela ngoku MbuyiseniNdlozi Well done EFF! De Klerk must fall, how dare! No wonder the country is in such a mess because people are waiting to loot steal and blame the minority for apartheid. Why don't u use the same energy and build a legacy for our children Count me in. Irrelevant party.

EFF ‘a fascist militia’- FW de Klerk Foundation'If you are wearing colour-coded uniforms, verbalise on the basis of race, break up meetings with bullying tactics... it’s really the same creed,' foundation chair Dave Steward said. 😂😂😂😂De Klerk wa painelwa.. A militia, they were elected into parliament. If your organization is formed to defend nonsense like Apartheid, then you have no chance against us Il Deuce takes offence to that comment

No EFF isn't threatening, it promises. Get that right Pathetic Im not surprised at all. MbuyiseniNdlozi De Klerk takes the flak to enable Gordhan to do what must be done. Clever. MbuyiseniNdlozi If South Africa imposes Apartheid on me, Boer, now, I won't object. Own residential areas, own schools, own universities, own hospitals, own homeland. I won't object. I won't see it as a crime. In fact - please do it! Crime Against Humanity? No ways!

The EFF threaten everybody, yet who went on tv and called for the deaths of whites...kill the farmers....shoots a AK47 machine gun in public...yet NOTHING HAPPENS TO THEM... SHAME SOUTH AFRICA.. vuyanipambo Fighter where can I get the new EFF T-shirt the black one BlackCulture_HM Nobody is scared of the EFFSouthAfrica bunch of idiots. Before the SONA dey made noise that dey have numbers to challenge parliament security, dey ended up walking out themselves.

I'm with the fighters all the way.EFFSouthAfrica Those efftellytubbies watch too many movies. They think it will be a militant protest meanwhile back at the ranch it's a old frail man they crying over. They have nothing ever concrete to offer their voters so they come up with this to keep all their child mentalities occupied.

EFF considering forensic inquest against De KlerkThe EFF says it'll explore all legal avenues to reopen a forensic inquest against former President FW de Klerk. First sort out the VBS heist they stole from the poor How about one against the EFF MANAGEMENT?

Militant😂😂😂😂we've missed kidi Amin and his Pep store camo...

WATCH | Video of De Klerk saying genocide killed more people than apartheid resurfacesMalema's motion to have De Klerk removed from parliament was dismissed by National Assembly speaker, Thandi Modise Hi MYANC, cav your fav 😍 Look at his face face of evil this old man makes me vomit SO...Ya'll going to milk this to death it seems. I do understand that topics like these get clicks to site and your ad-revenue must be high but wonder if the others see through this as well?

ANC slams FW de Klerk Foundation for denying apartheid was crime against humanityThe ruling party is now saying it wants denials of apartheid's criminality to be criminalised in a manner similar to holocaust denial in Germany. EFF set the goal posts and ANC follow,trend we set for this confused ANC Which Anc? No come on man how many Anc's we have in this country? I don't think he denied it, he pointed out some facts. But if the ANC wants to criminilise Apartheid denial like the Holocaust denial then they need to start jailing 6 million blacks.

ANC condemns FW de Klerk Foundation for denying apartheid was a crime against humanity | IOL NewsANC condemns FW de Klerk Foundation for denying apartheid was a crime against humanity ANC has condemned the statement by the FW de Klerk Foundation 'denying that apartheid was a crime against humanity as a blatant whitewash'. Too late!!! When did he say this? That word 'condemn' must be made illegal and declare a crime now because ppl always hide against it instead of taking action always

WATCH: De Klerk claims he didn't know apartheid was a crime against humanity - Mbeki | IOL NewsWATCH: De Klerk claims he didn't know apartheid was a crime against humanity - Mbeki Former President Thabo Mbeki says the last Apartheid leader FW De Klerk, was not aware that the system was declared a crime by the UN. cc SANewsBot Botik61945648 SANewsBot We have a sitting president who invites a murderer who refuses to take responsibillity for his evil acts, besides the outcry. our buffalo remains resolute and silent



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