The very tone and choice of words express in the DA statement demonstrate the supremacist attitude we have been talking about all along.
The EFF has launched an attack on the Democratic Alliance and claims that it is not in any form of coalition with supremacists.
It appears that the EFF is angered by DA’s arrogance after the removal of UDM’s deputy mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay municipality, Mongameli Bobani. He was removed through a vote of no confidence which was initiated by the DA.
“The EFF reiterates that it is not part of any coalition government and it does not owe anyone any explanation. We rejected being in government with the DA precisely because in our view, not only are our policies opposed to each other, but also because they are arrogant and a permanent house of white supremacists,” read EFF statement.
The DA had requested a meeting with EFF of the Eastern Cape but it was turned down.
“The EFF will not meet the DA to discuss its decision to stay away from councils led by the DA. We are not in any coalition with the DA and we do not owe the DA any explanation whatsoever. The EFF will never explain itself to a white man,” said EFF.
“The very tone and choice of words express in the DA statement demonstrate the supremacist attitude we have been talking about all along. To refer to our decision as “short sighted” is proof of arrogance, always portraying their point of view as superior.”