Why does EFF and Julius Malema have a voice?
The EFF have grown in popularity ever since their existence in 2013. In 2014 they achieved to get 6.35% of South Africa’s vote. Just 5 years later, the party grew and got 10.79% of South Africa’s vote. Thus making EFF the fastest growing political party in South Africa.
EFF’s motive is standing for the poor. However, while fighting for the poor, they cannot help themselves living the high life. EFF occasionally use their money flying first class, having expensive parties, buying expensive cars, buying expensive name branded clothing and house upgrades. They were also implicated with the looting of VBS bank.
Dividing South Africa to push their narrative
They are known for diving South Africa, there are many examples of this. The most recent example comes after the Springboks won the Rugby World Cup.
There are many cases where they push a race based narrative.
The examples below are just a few cases where the EFF divides South Africa with this narrative.
The videos above are only a few of many cases where the party leader attacks the minority of South Africa. South Africa is going through a battle and the EFF is riding the wave.
The EFF will continue to spread hatred as it benefits their pollical narrative.
EFF gets away with it every time
The EFF won most of their hate speech cases, with the latest one against Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Shooting live rounds into a crowd? No problem, Julius Malema can get away with that too.
While we cannot speculate why the Economic Freedom Fighters gets away with it every time, it is surely something that needs to be investigated.
Julius Malema and his “gang” receives more than 1 Million Rand every year while dividing a nation and causing chaos in parliament. And South African tax payers will continue paying as long as they keep getting votes.
Please note that this is an opinion article based on facts.