Mngxitama of BLF says ANC, DA, EFF represent white monopoly capital

Mngxitama of BLF says ANC, DA, EFF represent white monopoly capital

- BLF leader, Andile Mngxitama, says that the ANC, DA and EFF all form part of the same political mindset

- Mngxitama went on to explain that he sees all three parties as representative of “white monopoly capital”

- In Mngxitama’s eyes, no other party represents black interests like BLF does

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Leader of controversial South African political party Black First Land First (BLF), Andile Mngxitama, has announced that he believes ANC, DA and EFF all represent the hegemonic “white monopoly capital”.

According to eNCA, Mngxitama claimed that the three most popular parties in SA all fall under the “same individuals that own the economy and the land”.

The BLF leader went on to say that his party is the only one that takes land reform seriously.

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The current government in parliament, Mngxitama says, will make sure that expropriation of land without compensation won’t take place.

“There is only one party in parliament which is part of white monopoly capital. It may be ANC, DA or EFF but there is one party in parliament which is white monopoly capital and that party is going to make sure there is no expropriation of land without compensation,” Mngxitama explained.

The BLF president also mentioned that, in his opinion, black South Africans are still suffering from the same internalised racism that effected citizens in the 1960’s and 1970’s.

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Mngxitama stated:

“Black people are scared of themselves, black people are not yet where they should be in terms of psychological liberation.” gleaned that Mngxitama believes BLF is the only party that has black South Africans’ best interests at heart.

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