Saturday, December 7, 2013

Nelson Mandela is no FRIEND of Yours.

Mandela was no  Martin Luther King Jr. His
legacy leaves South Africa in tatters . 
Nelson Mandela has so many things in common with Yassir Arafat ,Prepare for a nauseating outpouring of media praise . How  it was really ridiculous that public buildings in the United States were told to fly the flag at half staff for this man who is being falsely  credited for ending apartheid  in South Africa . Apartheid never ended in South Africa when Mandela became it's first black President it became worse as I will explain. Everyone has turned to star-struck mush on the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela, but it should be remembered that he chose to side with murderers, despots, and communists when he emerged from prison in the 1980s. He also headed up a political party guilty of murder and terrorism. How can it be that President Obama claims that he was "inspired " by  Nelson Mandela is beyond the cranial logic of explaining .I guess we live in ignorant rimes , I for one thought that Obama got his rhetoric from Malcolm X rather than Mandela , but oh well....When Mandela gave up his position as president of the African National Congress to Thabo Mbeki — the first step to retiring from politics two years hence in 1999 — remember  *** he almost immediately gave a fiery, five hour speech on December 16, 1997, in Mafikeng that was perceived by many as being uncharacteristically radical, overtly hostile in tone and menacing in imagery. Many Jews in particular, fearful because of understandable historical reasons, found his rhetoric completely inexplicable, even frightening. American journalist Richard Stengel writes that when they heard excerpts from the speech, many white South Africans felt betrayed. In the speech Mandela attacked whites for clinging to apartheid privileges, criticized the “white dominated” media, and described a white “counter revolutionary network” whose goal was to undermine South African democracy. “Could this be our beloved ‘Madiba,’ our smiling symbol of racial harmony in the rainbow nation?” Stengel imagined many white South Africans thinking. How could such a loving, forgiving man say such things? Mandela was the head of the African National Congress Party (ANC) a party guilty of decades of murder, terrorism, and violence. In fact, South African President P.W. Botha gave Mandela the opportunity to walk out of jail for free if he just renounced the ANC’s terrorism. He always refused to renounce terrorism. But beyond the crimes he was accused of before he became “the” Mandela that everyone so gauzily remembers, he had a long list of crimes accredited to him. At the bottom of the page you can see a list of the charges leveled against him. The truth is, Nelson Mandela was the head of UmKhonto we Sizwe, (MK), the terrorist wing of the ANC and South African Communist Party. He had pleaded guilty to 156 acts of public violence including mobilizing terrorist bombing campaigns, which planted bombs in public places, including the Johannesburg railway station. Many innocent people, including women and children, were killed by Nelson Mandela’s MK terrorists–murderers he never, ever renounced. So the United States , and most of the world leaders are going to honor this "saintly" man who has been embraced by the west as a symbol of a freedom fighter . If this is so America must also honor and embrace Yassir Arafat of the PLO as well.


Many South African cities are fulled of armed
men shooting at each other and no local
police . Some police men are self
appointed ( Photo)
South Africa today is a society on the verge of collapse where any kind of racial harmony is but an illusion . First of all it is a Post Mandela South Africa is a place where white's are living in fear , most of the Afrikaners are being driven from their homelands , and hunted down by blacks . You might call this a reversal of justice on account of the long wait against apartheid , but it was never as you would think that Mandela's dream was unlike Martin Luther King Jr. No . Many whites had fled South Africa , it's estimated that 700,000 whites left as the South African nation descends into chaos . JOHANNESBURG - Approximately 250 protestors clad in red and brandishing balloons of the same colour hit the streets of Pretoria on Thursday demonstrating against white genocide.Red October aims to draw attention to oppression of and violence against White South Africans. It was a protest that was mirrored in cities across South Africa - and in some around the globe.“This is an international call to action. It’s time we make a stand and tell our government that enough is enough,” Sunette Bridges, Red October organiser and Afrikaans singer told the mostly white Afrikaner crowd.“17 of our people are murdered every month by a black person. Now I can only imagine the international outcry if 17 black people a month were murdered by a white person.” Of course the violence and privations South Africa’s blacks faced under apartheid were just as unforgivable  Certainly, there would have been more bloodletting after the white government fell in the Nineties were it not for Mandela’s message of reconciliation.But now, as he nears death, fears are growing that a wave of violence will be unleashed against the white population.The statistics — and the savagery of the killings — appear to support claims by these residents that white people, and farmers in particular, are being targeted by black criminals.Little wonder that what unfolded on the all homestead has sent tremors of fear through the three-million-strong white community.Last month alone there were 25 murders of white landowners, and more than 100 attacks, while Afrikaner protest groups claim that more than 4,000 have been killed since Mandela came to power — twice as many as the number of policemen who have died.It is not just the death toll, but the extreme violence that is often brought to bear, that causes the greatest fear in the white community.Documented cases of farm killings make for gruesome reading, with children murdered along with their parents, one family suffocated with plastic bags and countless brutal rapes of elderly women and young children.These horrors have prompted Genocide Watch — a respected American organisation which monitors violence around the world — to claim that the murders of ‘Afrikaner farmers and other whites is organised by racist communists determined to drive whites out of South Africa, nationalise farms and mines, and bring on all the horrors of a communist state’. The mainstream media report regularly on atrocities in Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Syria. We rarely hear about South Africa. But what is happening there is deeply troubling—for a number of reasons. It also holds some powerful lessons for those of us who live elsewhere. It's also the "legacy" of Nelson Mandela , but it was never as he intended at the end.

*** Contrast to Martin Luther King Jr's " I have a Dream" was for thought inspired that it made in the 'American Bible' comparable to Abraham Lincoln  Gettysburg Address  > Mandela was a Marxist by nature  his speeches reflect Marxist ideals . In the 1980s, Ronald Reagan placed Mandela’s African National Congress on America’s official list of “terrorist” groups. In 1985, then-Congressman Dick Cheney voted against a resolution urging that he be released from jail. In 2004, after Mandela criticized the Iraq War, an article in National Review said his “vicious anti-Americanism and support for Saddam Hussein should come as no surprise, given his longstanding dedication to communism and praise for terrorists.” As late as 2008, the ANC remained on America’s terrorism watch list, thus requiring the 89-year-old Mandela to receive a special waiver from the secretary of State to visit the U.S.

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