[WATCH] Eusebius Mckaiser: I call BS on Malema's racism targeting Indians
Eusebius McKaiser says the comments made by the Economic Freedom Fighter leader Julius Malema are not funny in a country where racial tension continues unabated.
During the EFF's Youth Day commemoration rally in the North West in Matlosana, Malema said 'the majority of Indians are racist'.
He stated that this can be proven by their voting patterns and the low marriage rate between Indians and Africans.
There are many groups in South Africa that have an incredible internalised hatred in term of who they have sex with, who their sexual partners are and their partners who they are prepared to marry.Eusebius McKaiser, show host
I want to ask Julius, what is your source? How do you know people of Indian descent in this country vote for because we don't collect that kind of data?Eusebius McKaiser, show host
It is grossly unacceptable and irresponsible and I hope you get punished at the polls for this kind of racism.Eusebius McKaiser, show host
Watch the full clip here:
Listen below to a caller and analyst Karima Brown's insightful response to Malema's comments:
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