Have as many as 10 children, the state will feed them — Julius Malema


Honorary Master
Mar 12, 2008
That thing, is dumber than a potplant, and that smug Idi Amin swagger he has, makes one want to punch one's computer screen
thats an Insult to Idi Amin, he at least came from humble origins, and worked his way up to being a dictator
this guy, I wouldn't employ him as a garden-boy.

The Trutherizer

Executive Member
May 20, 2010
Malema doesn't mind if everything goes to s**t. As long as the EFF can run the show.
Other populist parties will venture into merely unwise all the way through downright dangerous rhetoric towards similar goals, but the EFF throws the kitchen sink, plumber, the dishes, the sunlight liquid and the dog at it.
The worst of the worst kind of politician. He would feed this country to the pigs for a pay raise.

Cosmik Debris

Honorary Master
Feb 25, 2021
There is no shame in bearing as many children as you want — and even if you cannot feed them yourself, the government will do that on your behalf.

This is according to EFF leader Julius Malema, who encouraged unemployed Emalahleni young people to have as many as 10 children each because an EFF government would feed them and pay for their basic education and university fees.

Malema was his usual notorious self — promising honey and milk, this time in Mpumalanga, saying children of poor people would have everything for free when the EFF came into government.

In his view, the young of today were lazy because their grandparents had as many as 10 children each without any social security assistance.


So, where are those who always say the child grant doesn't cause overbreeding of the poor?


Expert Member
Jun 20, 2008
10 children will give him 10 voters, believing all he says. That what he wants.

SA politics is about lies, and people believing lies.

The wise people will never win, there are just way more people that has no clue and will follow blindly. Yip no water for 20 years, but we will keep voting for them. We will tell them, this time they will (but we know they wont)

Best thing, go independent partly and save who you can....

or leave SA

Most are leaving SA at the moment