Withdrawal from ICC Shows “Signs of a Government that Wants to Commit Genocide” Says Malema

Julius Malema

The EFF leader has broken his silence on the ICC saga, saying he’d be concerned over what government would do once it is no longer answerable to the court.

Juju’s not convinced the ANC government’s decision to have SA withdraw from the International Criminal Court is in the best interest of the country. The leader of the red berets believes the decision to pull out shows “signs of a government that wants to commit genocide.”

“They are more than ready to kill, without provocation. They are angered by black people who come together; that’s a crime according to them. They are readily available to shoot,” Malema said.

Malema was speaking outside parliament, where protesting FeesMustFall students clashed with police earlier.

“They were here to register their point relating to free education. Police just started shooting at them without any provocation,” Juju said, adding that “the kids” had done nothing wrong.

“We think this government has no respect for human rights, and that is why they are moving with abnormal speed to pull out of the ICC so that they can do all sorts of human rights violations without anybody holding them accountable.”

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