I don’t want to be crass but the man was a terrorist and commie who did more harm to the future of his people than any racist Boer ever did. His crimes should have brought a death sentence long ago.
His ex-wife (who appeared even in divorce to be obsessed with him) is even worse.
Well said! 100% accurate.
I bet the Mandela movie that’s out now will win multiple Oscars...sort of like the Oscars that fagfest “Milk” won (and screwed Clint on ‘Gran Tornino’). Watch. The leftists deify their idols and Mandela was one of theirs.
The whips and chains of the Boers (well, the Jim Crowish regime) never did the black people as much harm as their pity parties. It's well for any people (we too... this is not a race specific thing) to note that they are needy people; it's wrong to take the idea that anyone but God can effectively do something to help it.
What I just found interesting is a bunch of conservatives on facebook have no qualms about calling Nelson Mandela a "communist terrorist" (in spite of the media image of him as a saintly heroic figure who ended apartheid in South Africa), yet those SAME conservatives have no problem of embracing the FANTASY image of JFK because "we have to convince today's RATs that their party has left them".
Nelson was no doubt a leftist and the ANC is a pretty strongly socialist political party (though not outright communist as some claim), but at least Nelson accomplished something in fighting apartheid and did the right thing by naming deClerk as Vice President during the transition and allowing allow legitimate multi-party elections (though again, it quickly became a one-party system due to the lack of a credible opposition party in SA). What did the saintly JFK EVER accomplish? I guess we're supposed to love him because he managed to NOT get us into World War III or something.
Worse than Mandela, IMO, is the media's other sainted figure from South Africa, Desmond Tutu. Now THERE'S a guy whose lovefest makes absolutely no sense. I think the media just loves him because he's an ultra-left wing "religious" figure, even if his "religious" title carried almost no weight in his country (I think Episcopalians are like 8% of the population in South Africa or something)