BLF to open case against EFF and all VBS looters

Black First Land First (BLF) will open a criminal case against the EFF and all those who looted VBS bank. We warn the Democratic Alliance (DA) to stay out of the VBS matter – whites have no role in black people’s problems. Malema and the EFF stole black people’s money from a black bank – this is a black people’s problem which we will solve!

Where was DA when BLF opened cases of corruption against the Oppenheimers, Ruperts, and all the corrupt, racist land thieves? The DA simply laid charges against the EFF for political mileage. It is equally using the VBS matter to force the EFF to stay in the corrupt relationship that keeps the land thieves in political power in Tshwane and Johannesburg. White capital is simply disciplining Malema so that he may continue being a dedicated house slave. The DA’s court action will go nowhere and black people will receive no justice for the pain they sufffered through EFF looting.

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BLF welcomes VhaVenda king’s decision to pay back the money

BLF welcomes VhaVenda king’s decision to pay back the money

Black First Land First (BLF) welcomes the news that King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana of the VhaVenda people has decided to pay back the R17 million that he was found by the forensic investigation on the VBS Mutual Bank (VBS) to have received. This is good exemplary leadership from the King. BLF calls on all those who are implicated in the VBS heist to follow the example of the king and pay back the money. Surely if the king can pay the money back, so must everyone else who has benefitted from the looting of VBS.

BLF particularly calls on the Deputy President of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Mr Floyd Shivambu, to assist in ensuring that the money taken by his younger brother Brian Shivambu on his behalf from VBS is returned. BLF will be laying criminal charges – including that of fraud, corruption, theft and money laundering – against those like Floyd Shivambu who are not taking responsibility.

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