Julius Malema, a single man who could be described by many words. A young troubled genius that has yet to find his place. A leader who is critiqued by the media but loved by the masses, the masses that gave him power. A position greater than the young man, I believe not for he shows the quality of a true leader. A leader has ability to be heard, to voice the people, to convey a positive message to the public.
Julius Malema, a well renowned politician and comedian worldwide. He has the limelight and he is a product of Bantu education, he is not the most intellectual person based on his grades but he shows purpose and potential. The media portrays him as a corrupt individual, all leaders are portrayed as, in fact every leader in power has or are being accused of some type of corruption. While many people believe the media and the images they paint of leaders there are a huge percentage that support their vote and believe that this particular individual will bring about a change. Malema, although he is not in power he still becomes a topic on the news even more so recently than South Africa’s president.
Julius finds himself confronted by media and press, he does not entertain the media but these people display greed for information, this forces the media to investigate. An investigation is research done on the particular topic, once the information is gathered and educational guess would sum up the research done, it is considered true until proven wrong. I personally feel that media has a way of going on a “wild goose chase”. I experienced one example of this so called “wild goose chase”. I was playing a game which is called “I am player” it is based of a real life professional footballers life, so one would choose your own path so the choices you make will result in the type of footballer you will become. The press confronted me over tension between two players and stated, “If you ‘blab’ I’ll make something up”.
I learnt an...