"We are prepared to take up arms and kill for Zuma, we are prepared to die for Zuma," he said at a June 16 Youth Day rally in Thaba Nchu, Free State.
"We never meant literally that people should be killed. We never called on anybody to immediately take up arms," he said after the Human Rights commission complained. But Malema did say that he would never use the word kill in a speech again.
"After this exercise I will never repeat the word 'kill'. I will find a creative way to say I will do anything to protect comrade Zuma."
"Being involved in business compromises the independence of the ANCYL because every time you open your mouth you must check if business will be happy or not," Malema said on the ANCYL investment arm.
"Politicians are the easiest to replace." said Malema on the recalling of former president Thabo Mbeki.