Explosive video: Julius Malema, South Africa’s opposition figure and enemy of the whites, ask Africans to unite against white oppression

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In a fresh video, South Africa’s enfant terrible and enemy number one of white domination, has called on Africans to love one another and unite against foreign oppression.

Malema, the leader of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters, attacked British Prime Minister Theresa May, who was in South Africa on Tuesday, saying that she had gone there to perpetuate colonialism.

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He said he could not understand that undocumented African immigrants are treated so badly in South Africa while undocumented white immigrants are described as foreign investors.

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This should stop, he said. He said Africans must do away with remnants of colonialism imposed on them. 

“Nigeria is South Africa and South Africa is Nigeria,” he said. 

He also dabbled into the controversial land issue in South Africa, saying that it should be taken from the whites who snatched it from the blacks during apartheid.

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