- The Economic Freedom Fighters addressed black professionals in Sandton on Friday, 23 November
- While addressing the crowd, Julius Malema stated that he would pull the race card every time, he's not ashamed of it
- Malema also said white people are afraid of the equality that the EFF is preaching
Julius Malema made accusations against white people once again. According to the EFF leader, 'the white man hates the idea of equality'. He said this as if he knows the thoughts of every white South African.
Malema was addressing a crowd of black professionals at the Sandton Convention Centre when he said this. He went on to add that white people hate the EFF because they talk about equality, not guns.
As reported by News24, Malema also said white people look down on black people.
They view us as sub-human and they will not live among sub-humans. When you empower sub-humans that is a threat to white supremacy, they will disappear.
The EFF addressed black professionals to discuss what shape legislation should take in the South African government ahead of the upcoming 2019 elections.
EFF Deputy President, Floyd Shivambu and chairperson Dali Mpofu also attended the meeting.
Professionals from a variety of sectors of the country's economy spoke up and voiced their views during the meeting.
Malema had quite a bit to say:
A working-class white man and a working-class black man do not speak the same language, and that is because at the centre of every division in South Africa is race. As long as we have not resolved the race question, you can forget about that.
I will pull the race card every time, I am not even ashamed of that. That is why we called a meeting of black professionals.
Before we deal with the class system, we must deal with the issue of race first. There is an absence of professionalism among us. Before we crush the white system, let's build our own system and have it in place when we are gradually taking them out. It's like the land.
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