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  1. No Man commented on Robert Ariail 9 months ago

    HERE ARE SOME FACTUAL TRUTH’S… HISTORY IF YOU PLEASE.
    Portrayed as a liberator by the media, Mandela was a Marxist and convicted terrorist. Hammond relates of Mandela:

    He admitted in open court—pleaded “guilty”—and remember, he was trained as a lawyer—he pleaded “guilty” to 156 acts of public violence and terrorism. He was the head of the revolutionary terrorist wing of the ANC [African National Congress] “Umkhonto we Sizwe.” And he was behind so many different operations: from the plotting of bombs in the railway station (which killed women and children, which crippled people), bombs in shopping centers, attacks on farmers, . . . so many acts of violence.

    He goes on to say that modern portrayals make Mandela out to be a saint, but never mention why he was in prison to begin with. It was for good and just reason. “Not even the Amnesty International would take his case, because they said he wasn’t a political prisoner. He had had a fair trial and a reasonable sentence. He had his day in court. He was not a political prisoner. He was in jail for acts of violence.”

    He relates that the crimes for which Mandela was given life imprisonment in South Africa, he would have received the death penalty in the U.S. or Britain at the time. It was the political climate that later got him released, and leftist revisionism that has whitewashed his early life of violence. If anything, Mandela’s legacy is an argument in favor of the death penalty. When such criminals are not disposed of, there is always a chance future political powers may be corrupt enough to release them—perhaps even into positions of power.

  2. No Man commented on Robert Ariail 9 months ago

    Mandela was a thug and a murderer, a true terrorist as most of those who followed him. He didn’t end Apartheid, he only changed it so the blacks could kill whites, rape the women, steal their property and more while the black govt turned a blind eye. Apartheid was evil, but so was Mandela and what he did. Evil is evil no matter who the perpetrator is or the victims.

    Mandela was no peacemaker and neither was Bush or is Obama. Not surprising the gathering of murderers together to praise Mandela. Obama is no better, also a Marxist and has raised the notch of destroying the constitution and rights of citizens to even assassinate Americans on foreign soil without a trial. Our government no longer serves the public, our elitist government despises those who elected them. The leaders of both parties have been bought out and are traitors. Obama and many of his administration have broken their vows and violated the constitution and all are still in power. Shucks, Hillary was guilty of treason in the Benghazi affair and she might end up the next president. No one cares about truth or the constitution except a handful with no power to change things.

  3. No Man commented on Glenn McCoy 9 months ago

    Exactly. Mandela was NOT a US citizen and did nothing for the US. In fact he said we could ‘go to hell.’ He didn’t have to spend 27 years in prison but he refused to disavow his Marxist terrorist ways.

  4. No Man commented on Glenn McCoy 9 months ago

    He was no peace maker. He was even considered a terrorist until 2008. He didn’t even apartheid, he merely changed it to so blacks could terrorize, kill and rape whites, steal their property and more while the govt turned a blind eye. Yes, apartheid was evil, but what Mandela created was more evil. Two evil’s don’t make something good or better. He was no peacemaker, Bush was no peacemaker and Obama is no peacemaker, he raised the bar to a new level, assassinate American citizens abroad without a trial. I’m not surprise that Bush and Obama both are going to his funeral. All partners in crime and murder. Doesn’t matter who it is against, black, white, Muslim, Christian…

  5. No Man commented on Freshly Squeezed almost 3 years ago

    Absolutely… a common sense, non-political commentary on the issue.