Four years ago it was "kill for Zuma" and to hell with the courts.
Today we have:
There's more.The soldiers gathered to hear Malema address their worries over being placed on special leave following a violent strike – despite court action in their favour.
"You have been winning court cases but the government is not prepared to listen to the courts," said Malema, who was flanked by his spokesperson Floyd Shivambu and suspended youth league secretary general Sindiso Magaqa.
Malema told soldiers that South Africa was a "banana republic" that does not follow the rule of law.
"No one is above the law, not the military, not the presidency and not Parliament. Every court decision must be respected," Malema told over 100 soldiers in civilian dress at the Lenasia Recreation Centre, south of Johannesburg.
"We must respect the courts but the leadership of this banana republic disrespects the courts."
full story from M&G here
Four years ago I started a thread with these words"We will never engage in any mutiny," he shouted to an enthusiastic audience. "Yes, we admit we don't like the current leadership but we will use democratic methods to unseat them."
From Eliminate all resistance to Malema guns for Zuma in just four years.Whatever Julius Malema represents, it certainly is not democracy or the due process of law.