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    Mad Julius Malema Cheases BBC Journo Out of Conference.

    Julius Malema is at it again. This time he verbally abused a BBC journalist while kicking him out of a ANCYL conference. What more will he get away with? Take a look at the video here: http://www.tvsa.co.za/default.asp?bl...rticleID=14045

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    Malema Outburst Toward a British Journalist


    My door is open, says defiant Malema
    8 April 2010, 22:44

    Malema calls reporter a 'bastard'

    African National Congress Youth League chief Julius Malema said on Thursday night that he was not "remorseful" about chasing BBC journalist Jonah Fisher from a media briefing.

    "We are not remorseful on our stance (sic) and will never be remorseful about disrespectful journalists; particularly [those] from countries whose media always undermine the credibility and integrity of African leaders," Malema said in a statement.

    Malema said he had been provoked by Fisher's comments.

    "In the process answering to questions, a white guy, whom we later discovered is a reporter from the British Broadcasting Corporation, interjected when we were expressing the disgust over the fact that [Zimbabwe's] Movement for Democratic Change is throwing insults at the ANC Youth League leadership from air-conditioned offices in Sandton, whilst the masses are on the ground in Zimbabwe."

    "He, in a very scornful way, responded by saying 'but you stay in Sandton'."

    Malema said he became "agitated" when Fisher did not back down.

    He said, though, that the ANCYL would be willing to talk to Fisher if he wanted to apologise.

    "Our doors are, however, open for engagement with the journalist if he intends to render an apology and we will from there decide what will happen."

    Malema also lashed out at the way the media reported on the incident.

    "We are disturbed on how most media houses have portrayed a distorted picture on what exactly happened. They presented a picture that we just responded to the journalists without provocation and that is mischievous."

    He said the ANCYL would defend free speech and media freedom, but that it "should be expressed within certain confines".

    "We respect the rights of journalists to openly engage on whatever issue they deem suitable, but they should not be disrespectful." - Sapa
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    I've just had a look at the BBC website. It's full of the usual propaganda portraying SA whites as the black sheep for example "AWB studio bustup" and "tension at Terreblance funeral" yet I could find NOTHING on the Malema vs the BBC reporter story.

    It doesn't surprise me. I wouldn't have expected anything less from the UK Labour Government's Official Mouthpiece, paid for with funds extorted from the general public.

    Even Soros News aka "The Guardian" Newspaper has carried this story yet amazingly the BBC censors it.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010...bbc-journalist

    The UK is fast moving towards tyranny and censorship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyBatty View Post
    I've just had a look at the BBC website. It's full of the usual propaganda portraying SA whites as the black sheep for example "AWB studio bustup" and "tension at Terreblance funeral" yet I could find NOTHING on the Malema vs the BBC reporter story.
    I also tried to find a reference to it on the BBC site and had the same result, apparently they have taken Malema advice:
    He said the ANCYL would defend free speech and media freedom, but that it "should be expressed within certain confines".
    Although the word "Commando" was wrongly used to describe all Boer soldiers, a commando was a unit formed from a particular district. None of the units was organized in regular companies, battalions or squadrons. The Boer commandos were individualists who were difficult to control, resented formal discipline or orders, and earned a British jibe that"every Boer was his own general".

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    He said the ANCYL would defend free speech and media freedom, but that it "should be expressed within certain confines".
    The BBC collusion with Malema is incredible.....

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