Skip to comments.The Mandela cover-up unravels
Posted on 12/09/2013 8:06:08 PM PST by ReformationFan
It appears that AIM and blogger Trevor Loudon are among the few sources highlighting the official statement of the South African Communist Party (SACP) confirming that Nelson Mandela was a high-ranking member. SACP deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila is quoted by a South African magazine as saying it was denied for "political reasons."
The communist Workers World Party, which supports North Korea, has also reprinted the official SACP statement about Mandela. The communists are proud of Mandela and what he accomplished. His false claims of being a non-communist fooled South Africa and the world (except for his domestic and international comrades who were in on the secret). The official SACP statement includes these words: "At his arrest in August 1962, Nelson Mandela was not only a member of the then underground South African Communist Party, but was also a member of our Party's Central Committee."
Politicians lie, but this was a whopper, designed for the purpose of turning South Africa and its strategic materials over to the communists. The perfect front man, Mandela had always denied being a party member and, for the benefit of foreign audiences, publicly rejected Marxism as a "foreign ideology" as recently as a few years ago. It appears that was just a ploy to keep the foreign aid coming. South Africa has been among the top ten recipients of U.S. foreign aid, getting close to $500 million in fiscal year 2013.
Now that we know what's going on, what will we do about it? Three American presidents Obama, Clinton, and George W. Bush are going to South Africa for his state funeral on December 15. Obama has ordered American flags to remain at half-staff in his honor until sunset on December 9. The con will continue. Still, the facts matter.
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So is a special envoy from Pope Francis!
With all that gold & rare metals plus diamonds, what the heck does South Africa need a half-billion dollars from us??? That country should be self-sufficient, but it is not for ideological reasons. Let them stew in their own petard, I say!
If those who support North Korea think you are awesome, you must be some pretty low scum.
Think of Africa from a globalist business man’s point of view. An entire nation full of low intelligence workers -ideally suited for low level manufacturing positions. A nation of undeveloped natural resources - ripe for excavation and development.
Now do you understand why we are pouring money into Africa? The same reason China pours money in, they expect to get one thousand times the return.
Don’t come ‘round here with facts, sir!
Kinda reminds you of Mexico and Amnesty doesn’t it?
Black Africans are totally unequipped and unable to run a modern country. As they celebrate Mandela, they are celebrating the demise of a country and the worsening of the living standards of the people they think are free. But they will be enslaved by their own tremendous inadequacies.
Don’t forget that the latest and greatest ‘conservative’ is also going!
and Ted Cruz...
I understand what you are saying - if there is such a quid pro quo, let’s see it. I thought that was going to be the case in Iraq with the oil. Hah- that’s a really big laugh.
Here’s something really anti-PC: The Colonials did more for Africa than anything that has gone on since in terms of business and development and a more stable society if the truth be told. No one would put up with the tribal warfare - so, was that worse than what has gone on since so-called independence?
America ceases to exist in this economic game - its all about the globalist/crony corporatists and nothing about our “sovereign” nation any more.
>>America ceases to exist in this economic game - its all about the globalist/crony corporatists and nothing about our sovereign nation any more.<<
Now you’re understanding what the globalists want and are getting. International wealth, not being tied to one nation when the profits to be reaped in another nation are greater. Bring the United Nations One World Government to power and it will be done. Hundreds of millions of hungry workers and a few thousand incredibly wealthy families controlling it all.
Won’t happen until they gather all the firearms up from the common man. Take away the power to resist torture and a hungry man will beg you for food.
Yes. I’m disappointed with that, also.
ChristianConceptsDaily ^ | Dec 12th, 2013
Thus former President of the United States, George W. Bush and the American law-makers sat under the same roof with the uber-dictator, Robert Mugabe, Bolshevik hegemon, Raoul Castro and the second most important official from the Chinese Communists, the apparatchik, Vice-President Li.
It has been said that the African National Congress (AFC) and the South African Communist Party are a two-heads creature. They shared their goals, strategies and members. One of the top members, was their leader Nelson Mandela. The speakers confirmed it during the Memorial Service to commemorate the former President of South Africa.
Nevertheless, some in the West are still ignoring this fact. Tens of thousands of mourners, mostly members and sympathizers of the African National Congress, and numerous global dignitaries paid their last respects to the former president in the Pretoria stadium on Tuesday, 10th of December. Numerous speakers asserted during the ceremony, that Mandela was a founding father of the democratic state of the South Africa.
Was it really a celebration of the Western democracy? Can Mandela be a symbol or an icon of it?
Some of the speakers, including his former brother-in-arms, in their remarks called him a Comrade and a great leader. A careful observer could tell that these words seemed to be some special code known to the locals. Whenever the ANC deputy president and joint master of ceremonies, Cyril Rhamaposa uttered these words some parts of the crowd would become energized. They would shout and sing with their hand stretched upward and clenched their fist, a known symbol of the Communists.
Whether or not they were aware, the leaders of the Western democracies gathered in Pretorias stadium were inadvertently taking part in the celebration of the peoples democracy and not the democracy. What is the difference? The peoples democracy was used by the Kremlin together with the Communist parties around the globe, to pursue their unlimited goals such as conquering the world.
During the Bolshevik rule, the Communist Party around the globe led by the Kremlin, committed indescribable crimes in the name of the very same peoples democracy. Some examples of their crimes include: murder of the millions of Ukrainians, imposing on them an artificial hunger, support of the war crime of murdering several thousands of war prisoners, Polish officers in Katyn, co-responsibility for the Holocaust together with Nazi Germany, killing of hundreds of millions of innocent people in China and other Asian countries. Further more, the murder of hundreds of thousands of people in Africa. The Kremlin committed this latter crime with a the local instrument, which was the African National Congress.
A peoples democracy, a Communist tautology, is used as a cover by the Communist rulers, which are neither peoples but a self-imposed regime nor democratic but a tyrannical power.
The documents and witnesses over the years confirmed that the Communist Nelson Mandela, found himself deprived of the ANCs major sponsor, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and changed his tactics.
Did he himself really change? It is being said that he had resigned from violence. He did. Violent methods were useless for him since his Communist comrades, the policy makers from the ANC, could finally get their hands on the steering wheel. Exaggeration? Not at all.
Mandela appointed in his first government, the chief of the African National Congress Comrade, Alfted Nzo, as the first foreign minister. As the documents from the Soviet Communist Party Archives have proven. In 1979, the same Alfred Nzo had secretly ordered the weapons and forged passports from the Communist Party of the Soviet Union to run the terror campaign against the democratic governments in Africa including South Africa.
Instead of standing trial, Nzo stood on the red carpet, before the cameras being praised as a peacemaker. Was it possible that Mandela appointed Nzo onto the central nerve system of the young state by accident?
What if he wanted to push South Africa closer to the Russian orbit and to keep it beyond the reach of the United States and its allies. In fact, Gorbachevs plan appeared to have such a goal as former KGB strategists Anatoliy Golitsyn explained in his letter to the CIA which was published in Perestroika Deception:
to facilitate a shift of the emerging regime in South Africa from the Western sphere of influence, towards close economic and political cooperation and alliance with the CIS. USING for this purpose, old friendships with leaders of the African National Congress and the South African Communist Party with which it is effectively merged.
Mandela portrayed the formation of his government, which would consist of the former Comrades from the African National Congress, as a victory of the democracy in South Africa. The West was complacent and fell in the trap of hyper-optimism and self-contentment.
So what should Mandela have done to prove that he had changed? He should have opened the African National Congress archives and convinced his Comrades to talk about the secret cooperation with the Empire of Evil. He did nothing. Mandela duped the world and with skillful manipulation covered his past behind the thin curtain.
Even today some respected senior political figures, aspiring to the highest offices, historians themselves, appear to be victims of such manipulation by joining the chorus of the ignoramuses and cynics, who are praising the Communist terrorist. A product of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the international communist movement.
It is even more amazing that some leaders of the Western world cannot understand it, given the wealth of information in the open sources.
Maybe some of them, after hours of sitting in the stadium, became surprised or maybe even shocked about what they had heard and seen. Democrats and tyrants were sitting together in the source of their power would not be important. The television footage around the globe was continually showing the representatives of the states, that were still committing crimes against humanity and those who are supposed to defend the innocent victims of the criminal regimes.
Thus former President of the United States, George W. Bush and the American law-makers sat under the same roof with the uber-dictator, Robert Mugabe, Bolshevik hegemon, Raoul Castro and the second most important official from the Chinese Communists, the apparatchik, Vice-President Li Yuangchao.
Hundreds of thousands true fighters for freedom and dignity are being tortured and killed in the prisons, labor camps and secret places of detention around Zimbabwe, China and Cuba.
Mandelas record of defense of the Chinese, Cuban or other freedom fighters is not impressive. It is impossible to find any statement in which he would criticize for instance: Beijing, Phenian, Teheran, PLO, Hamas, Hezbollah, Kremlin, or Havana regimes. None.
Is it possible that Mandelas indifference or lack of activity on behalf of true freedom fighters was just ideological?
It is more than clear today that Nelson Mandela was not just one of the top leaders of the African National Congress but he was Comrade Li Yuanchao, vice-president, top apparatchik in the Chinese Communist Party was teaching Western leaders about the greatness of Mandela at the Memorial also a top member of the South African Communist Party.
A fact that he denied during his trial. He even repeated this statement in his autobiography. On page 239 he wrote: I was not a communist nor a member of the party. On the day of Mandelas Memorial Service in the Pretoria Stadium, the former deputy general secretary of the South African Communist Party, Solly Mapaila stated in an interview with the Business Day, that Mandela, was a member of the party but it was denied at the time for political reasons.
At his arrest in 1962, Nelson Mandela was not only a member of the then underground South African Communist Party, but was also a member of our partys central committee. To us, South African communists, Cde [Comrade note by TP] Mandela shall forever symbolize the fundamental contribution of the SACP in our liberation struggle the party said in a statement reacting to Mandelas death.
The contribution of the communists in the struggle to achieve the South African freedom has very few parallels in the history of our country. After his release from prison in 1990 Cde Madiba [Nelson Mandela note by TP] became a great and close friend of communists till his last days.
Why did Mandela not admit that he was a member of the central committee of the South African Communist Party? Time has changed. At that the time he was released from prison, the Soviet Union was crumbling, and there was too much negativity around the Soviet system Mapaila said.
The Memorial Service became a good lesson of history for a diligent observer.
The crowd in the stadium gathered to remember their former President, cheered enthusiastically to acknowledge the African Dictator In Chief, Robert Mugabe. Even him could not believe it.