Thursday , January 20 2022

Go to satan # 39; – The citizen


In an extraordinary arbitrary tweet on Saturday night, EFF leader Julius Malema hit researcher Pauli van Wyk after publishing an editorial part of Post & Guardian that he was critical of him.

She wrote that Malema must take responsibility for making violence to journalists, accusing the flames of a campaign against journalists who cut off their work … and ultimately destroy them[s] the life of journalists.

Malema replied, "You are sick, go to hell."

Malema was taken over by many followers, some of whom said he was not irregular.

He replied, "You think I'm worried."

When someone else said that they would not speak "to a woman like that," he replied, "I just done, so what?"

It is not the first time that Malema calls the name Van Wyk. It is also not the first reference to Satan. In an apparent reply to a recent cruel news article about him and the EFF, Malema wrote a screenshot of the opinion that Van Wyk thinks that Satan is her hero, which originally meant as a car.

Read more: Malema writes that Pauli van Wyk & # 39; held & # 39; is satan

Many Twitter this week was called by the information contained in Van Wyk's survey on how to minimize R1.8 million Malema, its deputy Floyd Shivambu and EFF of # 39 similar VBS Mutual Bank.

Van Wyk described this money as the "proceeds of misconduct" and that both men would know this knowingly as they participated in the whole scheme, where Shivambu's brother and Malema's cousin were a network of front companies .

Malema had previously transmitted to Van Wyk that there was no truth for her story, while the EFF itself defended its leaders.

Many Twitter on Wednesday express a desire to do a good research and authorities by the authorities, as the EF's leaders have suffered their crime, such as Van Wyk.

Van Wyk said in interviews that she encouraged Malema to make her own evidence that she was wrong to take her to the media ombudsman or herself to tell her, but the "online violence", mentions and threatens her " completely unacceptable ".

EFF spokeswoman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi shared a video clip of Winnie Madikizela Mandela that she was shot down by the media.

The Zafaf National Public International Forum (Sanef) said on Saturday that the urgent meeting of the leadership of EFF sought threats that were made especially for women journalists by Malema and other EFF leaders social media and various political rallies.

"Earlier this week, Malema called several journalists and called EFF to make decisions," Sanef said in a statement of the last board meeting of 2018 on Saturday.

"After him [Malema’s] Comment, we have seen journalists who have been physically raised and used on social media. One journalist may have been threatened outside the town of Zondo, where Malema had made some of these threats. In another incident, a chief editor [Ranjeni Munusamy] was accosted by three men who wrote their family and play while they were out, "said Sanef.

A series of steps would be urgently undertaken to stop an acceptable, inflammatory remarks by Malema and other EFF leaders. These incidents were just one example of a series of misleading comments and threats by politicians to journalists and could not tolerate.

"There is a real danger as they continue to filter the cyberspace and physical threats Critics are a part of democracy, but hateful and sexual offenses are online and bullying from the order and can live the life of Journalists threaten, they also have a genuine effect in news casinos, with special young journalists who are outsourced and intimidated, thereby exiting critical reporting on politicians, "said Sanef.

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