Nelson Mandela, Icon, dies at 95: He had a ‘dark’ history.


Nelson Mandela movie, “Long Walk to Freedom”, smashes S.Africa box office record!


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Woman strips naked to hug Mandela statue in S.Africa

JOHANNESBURG, July 30 – A woman stripped naked in Nelson Mandela Square in Johannesburg and caressed a huge statue of the liberation hero as astonished bystanders looked on, local media reported Wednesday.

The young African woman first saluted the statue of the former president, who is revered for his role in defeating the racist apartheid system, before disrobing, witnesses said.

A waitress at a nearby restaurant told The Star newspaper that the woman’s actions, at around 4pm on a busy Monday, had caused a frenzy.

Male waiters got their orders wrong and a male customer was hit on the head by his wife for getting up to take a closer look, she said.




Woman Strips Naked To Hug Nelson Mandela’s Statue (18+ Photos): An unknown woman caused a stir at the Nelson M…

An unknown woman caused a stir at the Nelson Mandela Square in South Africa when she stripped naked, caressed and hugged Mandela’s statue.
The guard on duty then told put on her clothes ,which she did and left.

Khotso Tladi, a chef at Baglios said: “She didn’t have a nice body, everything was saggy and she had hair. Afroman was better.”



Anyone who wants to verify for himself if Nelson Mandela had a terrorist background can do so easily.

Google Mandela and Terrorism. There will more than 30 pages for you to look through.



It was thus with Hung Hsiu Chuan, a failed scholar who converted to Christianity, led the Taipings in rebellion against the Ching dynasty and became Emperor of the Taiping Tien-kuo that ruled half of China for a decade.

Refer to The Taiping Rebellion.


This was so with Mao Tse-tung, communist revolutionary that became Chairman of the People’s Republic of China.



Refer to the following references

1983 – The Church Street bombing was a car bomb attack on 20 May 1983 by Umkhonto we Sizwe, the military wing of the African National Congress, in the South African capital Pretoria. The bombing killed 19 and wounded 217,[1][2] and was one of the largest attacks engaged in by the ANC during its armed struggle against apartheid.

The attack consisted of a car bomb set off outside the Nedbank Square building on Church Street at 4:30pm on a Friday. The target was South African Air Force (SAAF) headquarters, but as the bomb was set to go off at the height of rush hour, those killed and wounded included civilians. The bomb went off ten minutes earlier than planned, killing two ANC operatives in the vehicle, Freddie Shangwe and Ezekial Maseko. At least 20 ambulances took the dead and wounded to hospital.

20 May 1983: Mandela’s Church St. bomb: Terrorism; or Guerrilla

1985 – -Amanzimtoti Shopping complex KZN

Nelson Mandela’s bombs: Amanzimtoti 23 Dec 1985

New pictures: 23 December 1985 – Nelson Mandela’s bomb: Sanlam Shopping Centre, Amanzimtoti, KZN:


Traditional Catholic Priest

by Fr. Peter Carota

The Truth and Nothing But the Truth about Nelson Mandela

Let me be clear, the apartheid of South Africa did many heinous crimes.  I condemn all acts of unjust violence.  Out of these violations of civil rights was born a communist group called UmKhonto we Sizwe or ANC.  Members of this group, like Mandela, were at first dedicated to non-violent resistance.  But as the struggle continued they turned to violence that hurt innocent people including women and children.

“The terrorist wing to this group was called MK.  MK carried out numerous bombings during the next 20 years and the pledge not to kill became redundant – in the whole campaign, at least 63 people died and 483 people were injured.”   The Telegraph

Update April 16 2013:
Nobel Peace Laureate Nelson Mandela’s bombs: for the record: 

SA exileHenri le Riche writes: “Other than the ANC siding with the communists during the Cold War, why did UK prime minister Margaret Thatcher and US president Ronald Reagan call the ANC a terrorist organisation?
— I will let the current US president, Barrack Obama, answer that question. After the April 16 2013 bombing at the Boston Marathon he said: “Any Time Bombs Are Used to Target CIVILIANS It Is an Act of Terror”.

The ANC had an easy choice: Fight soldiers, or take the easy cowardly option terrorists worldwide take,and that is target civilians..

1981 – 2 car bombs at Durban showrooms
1983 – Church Street Bomb (killed 19, wounded 217)
1984 – Durban car bomb (killed 5, wounded 27)
1985-1987 – At least 150 landmines on farm roads (killed 125)
1985 – Amanzimtoti shopping centre bomb (killed 5 people, including 3 children)
1986 – Magoo’s Bar bomb (killed 3, wounded 69)
1986 – Newcastle Court bomb (wounded 24)
1987 – Johannesburg Court bomb (killed 3, wounded 10)
1987 – Wits command centre car bomb (killed 1, wounded 68)
1988 – Johannesburg video arcade (killed 1 unborn baby, wounded 10)
1988 – Roodepoort bank bomb (killed 4, wounded 18)
1988 – Pretoria Police housing unit, 2 bombs (wounded 3)
1988 – Magistrate’s Court bomb (killed 3)
1988 – Benoni Wimpy Bar bomb (killed 1, wounded 56)
1988 – Witbank shopping centre bomb (killed 2, wounded 42)
1988 – Ellis Park Rugby Stadium car bomb (killed 2, wounded 37)
Late 1980s – numerous Wimpy Restaurant bombs (killed many, wounded many)

 Background to Nelson Mandela’s bombs:
For the testimony submitted to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission by the terrorists themselves about the war they waged against the peoples of South Africa, view the TRC website – but also note that Nelson Mandela has never personally had to testify about his role in approving of these atrocities. Historians now say that Tutu’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission was only set up to ‘protect the terrorists’: only 23 percent of the applications for amnesty came from security forces. (table below)

Nobel Peace Laureate Nelson Mandela’s bombs – for the record

Apr 18, 2013 – Krugersdorp Magistrate’s Court 17 March 1988: KrugersdorpMagCourtBomb17 March 1988. The Krugersdorp bomb was planted by an 

NBC News Investigations

US government considered Nelson Mandela a terrorist until 2008

Until five years ago, however, the U.S. officially considered Mandela a terrorist. During the Cold War, both the State and Defense departments dubbed Mandela’s political party, the African National Congress, a terrorist group, and Mandela’s name remained on the U.S. terrorism watch list till 2008.

Presidents Carter and Reagan and Congress had all instituted sanctions against the white minority South African government because of its policy of racial apartheid. But in 1986, Reagan condemned Mandela’s group, the ANC, which was leading the black struggle against the apartheid regime, saying it engaged in “calculated terror … the mining of roads, the bombings of public places, designed to bring about further repression.”

Malaysia Chronicle

Monday, 09 December 2013 20:28

The DARK SIDE of Nelson Mandela

MUCH of the sanctimonious grieving for Nelson Mandela is not just a sin against history – but a danger.

For many whites abroad, he seems even Christ-like – someone who’d suffered for the sins of white guilt, and absolved those who believed in him of the sin of racism.But Mandela was no Christ nor even Gandhi nor Martin Luther King. He was for decades a man of violence.In 1961, he broke with African National Congress colleagues who preached non-violence, creating a terrorist wing.

He later pleaded guilty in court to acts of public violence, and behind bars sanctioned more, including the 1983 Church St car bomb that killed 19 people.

Mandela even suggested cutting off the noses of blacks deemed collaborators. His then wife Winnie advocated “necklacing” instead – a burning tyre around the neck.

Mandela argued the apartheid regime left him no option but to fight violence with violence, but it is too easy to claim events proved him right. His legacy is not yet played out.

Current president Jacob Zuma until recently still publicly sang the anti-apartheid song, Shoot the Boer, in a still-divided country where many white farmers have been shot.

Mandela’s support for other leaders of violence is even less forgivable. He maintained close ties to Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and backed Palestinian terrorist leader Yasser Arafat. As president in 1997, he gave his country’s highest award for a foreigner to Libya’s dictator, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who’d donated $10 million to the ANC. He gave the same award to the corrupt Indonesian president Suharto, who he said had donated $60 million.

He supported Nigerian coup leader Sani Abacha, refusing to say a word publicly to stop the 1995 hanging of activist Ken Saro-Wiwa.

I repeat, Mandela did great things. But many of his more radical supporters in the West now use that greatness to wash clean his record of political violence – and his support for dictators who’d used it.

That is dangerous. – Courier Mail


I have left out all that as you could read them easily. Every newspaper and online media has Nelson Mandela in the news.

However, I can’t leave this out as it is probably the silliest thing ever said.



PM likens Umno’s struggle to Mandela’s anti-apartheid fight

UMNO ASSEMBLY Umno president Najib Abdul Razak today stressed that calls for bumiputera empowerment is “not racist” as Umno has never deprived other races.

He also said that Umno’s struggles share the same principles as recently deceased anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela.

“Umno will send condolences to the African National Congress (ANC) on Mandela’s passing in appreciation of this man of peace’s fight for freedom.

“Umno will send this message in our name as Umno struggles on the same principle (as Mandela),” he said while winding up the Umno general assembly today

PM likens Umno’s struggle to Mandela’s anti-apartheid fight





Friday December 6, 2013 MYT 1:13:52 PM

Dr Mahathir: Mandela, the leader I admired most

Filepic: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad welcoming African National Congress deputy president Nelson Mandela to his office in 1990.

Filepic: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad welcoming African National Congress deputy president Nelson Mandela to his office in 1990.

Dr Mahathir: Mandela, the leader I admired most



Nelson Mandela ‘proven’ to be a member of the Communist Party NewsNelson Mandela


Nelson Mandela was the head of UmKhonto we Sizwe, (MK), the terrorist wing of the ANC and South African Communist Party.

Umkhonto we Sizwe (or MK), translated “Spear of the Nation”, was the military wing of the ANC. Partly in response to the Sharpeville massacre of 1960, individual members of the ANC found it necessary to consider violence to combat what passive protest had failed to quell. There was a significant portion of the ANC who therefore turned to violence to achieve their goals. A significant portion of ANC leadership agreed that this violence was needed to combat what passive protest had failed to quell. There was a significant portion of the ANC who therefore turned to violence to achieve their goals. A significant portion of ANC leadership agreed that this violence was needed to combat increasing backlash from the government. Some ANC members were upset by the actions of the MK, and refused to accept violence as necessary for the ending of Apartheid, but these individuals became a minority as the militant leaders such as Nelson Mandela gained significant popularity. Many consider their actions to be criminal, but the MK deemed the means justified by the end goal of ending apartheid. The MK committed terrorist acts to achieve their aims, and MK was responsible for the deaths of both civilians and members of the military. Acts of terrorism committed by the MK include the Church Street bombing and the Magoo’s Bar bombing. In co-operation with the South African Communist Party, MK was founded in 1961.



The hero of the anti-apartheid struggle was not the saint we want him to be.

The image of Nelson Mandela as a selfless, humble, freedom fighter turned cheerful, kindly old man, is well established in the West. If there is any international leader on whom we can universally heap praise it is surely he. But get past the halo we’ve placed on him without his permission, and Nelson Mandela had more than a few flaws which deserve attention.

He signed off on the deaths of innocent people, lots of them

Nelson Mandela was the head of UmKhonto we Sizwe, (MK), the terrorist wing of the ANC and South African Communist Party. At his trial, he had pleaded guilty to 156 acts of public violence including mobilising 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. Here are some highlights

-Church Street West, Pretoria, on the 20 May 1983

-Amanzimtoti Shopping complex KZN, 23 December 1985

-Krugersdorp Magistrate’s Court, 17 March 1988

-Pick ‘n Pay shopping complex, 1 September 1986

– Pretoria Sterland movie complex 16 April 1988 – limpet mine killed ANC terrorist M O Maponya instead

-Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court, 20 May 1987

-Roodepoort Standard Bank 3 June, 1988

Tellingly, not only did Mandela refuse to renounce violence, Amnesty refused to take his case stating “[the] movement recorded that it could not give the name of ‘Prisoner of Conscience’ to anyone associated with violence, even though as in ‘conventional warfare’ a degree of restraint may be exercised.”

Video: Mandela: Speaking to reporters after singing to kill whites

Uploaded on Nov 1, 2006

Nelson Mandela is a Nobel Peace Price winner, but he sings about killing white South Africans.

After Mandela sings about killing whites, he talks about the fear of whites & democracy to reporters.

The “white” male standing next to Mandela is the South African National Intelligence Minister Ronnie Kasrils. He is a Jew, and not a European.

Nelson Mandela never publicly renounced violence & he did not condemn this ceremony. Nelson Mandela does not publicly condemn killing of white people. This is proof of his hidden & racist agenda to support genocide of white people in South Africa.

Additional comments on this video can be seen at:…


Video: S. Africa evacuation plan: White Afrikaner group fears genocide upon Mandela’s death

Published on Oct 25, 2013

A section of the white population in South Africa is preparing for the worst scenario in case aging former South African President Nelson Mandela passes away. The national evacuation plan over possible genocide was drafted almost a decade ago.

Since Mandela’s was elected South Africa’s first black president in 1994 after spending 27 years in prison for actively opposing the segregationist policies of apartheid in the country, Afrikaners say over 3,000 white farmers have been murdered in revenge for the suppression enforced by its own National Party. Afrikaners say the government has never shown much desire to investigate the deaths.

And now as Mandela is in and out of hospital at age 95, Afrikaners and their supporters are preparing for the worst upon his death.

The Suidlanders is a right-wing group spread across the country devising a national evacuation plan should violence occur.

“We have the guidance, love and mercy of an Almighty Father, who supports us in the execution of His mission,” the group says on its website. “Therefore, the Suidlanders stand grateful, humble and prepared with faith, hope and love for our people, for a period of anarchy.”

They say they have thousands of groups meeting on a regular basis to support members “spiritually, emotionally and with practical assistance in preparing for times of emergency.”
“We have been planning for eight years,” head of emergency planning Coenie Maree told RT. “It started simple, the idea was to give people an option. We’ve divided the country into 27 provinces and divided those further into groups. Each group has its own plan.”

There are around three million Afrikaners across South Africa who are descendants of primarily northern Europeans who arrived in the country three to four centuries ago.

Genocide Watch, an organization that analyzes conditions around the world that could result in mass murder, puts Afrikaners’ risk of slaughter at level six or “preparation” stages, one level away from killings.

Gustav Muller and his team preparing for the worst are afraid level seven could start any moment. A former intelligence officer in the South African army, he says it was simple to read the warning signs.

“We are believers, and in our Bible, it says if you notice warning signs, you must convey it,” Muller told RT. “If you don’t, you will have blood on your hands.”

Last year, South African President Jacob Zuma antagonized Afrikaners when he sang a song referencing revenge against whites in a public sing-along. “You are a Boer (white man), we are going to hit them….” Zuma sang, with a group.
Muller, a leader of the Suidlanders movement, has helped establish a countrywide operation with more than a hundred safe areas.

When the alert is given, people across the country will be notified by SMS, and they will go to a pre-arranged meeting point from where they will travel by convoy to the safe areas.

“The death of Nelson Mandela is a risk scenario,” Muller said. “He is a political icon and his passing could see violence flaring up again.”

Some 800,000 white, mostly Afrikaans- speaking South Africans are supporting the pre-planning. Many are collecting goods and emergency provisions for the day they get the word.


Nelson Mandela, anti-apartheid icon and father of modern South Africa, dies

By Faith Karimi, CNN
December 6, 2013 — Updated 0030 GMT (0830 HKT)

(CNN) — Freedom fighter, statesman, moral compass and South Africa’s symbol of the struggle against racial oppression.

That was Nelson Mandela, who emerged from prison after 27 years to lead his country out of decades of apartheid.

He died Thursday night at age 95.

His message of forgiveness, not vengeance, inspired the world after he negotiated a peaceful end to segregation and urged forgiveness for the white government that imprisoned him.

“As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison,” Mandela said after he was freed in in 1990.

Mandela, a former president, battled health issues in recent years, including a recurring lung infection that led to numerous hospitalizations.

Despite rare public appearances, he held a special place in the consciousness of the nation and the world.


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Nelson Mandela addresses a rally of more than 100,000 people at Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Feb. 13, 1990, two days after leaving prison.

Nelson Mandela addresses a rally of more than 100,000 people at Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Feb. 13, 1990, two days after leaving prison.


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