Nelson Mandela, 1918 to 2013 – A Good man or an Evil Man, you decide…

Again, Education comes in many forms!

By Fred Brownbill on December 6, 2013 in Fred Brownbill Blog – Re-post
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Nelson Mandela. The name resonates around the world and people see a black man, walking out of the gates of Robben Island Prison in South Africa after serving 18 out of his 27 years prison term. He is a Nobel Peace Prize winner, but then so was Barack Hussein Obama who up to the time he received his prize, had done absolutely less than nothing to earn it. That prize has long since lost its’ value and meaning as it has become yet another left wing Progressive political tool.

Let me take you on a short trip back in time, from a man who was born and lived in Africa, and saw the results of the ANC work, as well as other Marxist/Communist terrorist groups like ZANU, ZAPU, SWAPO etc from the 70′s.

South Africa at the time had a policy of seperate development. They put a name to it, Apartheid, a word so synonomous with evil due to the propaganda of the left leaning national and international media. I am NOT saying that racism is good, it is not, but what was happening in South Africa happened in every country world wide. America (segragation, the Native Americans), Africa (tribalism), India (caste system), Australia where Aboriginies were hunted as game, England where open racism was constantly in play, including toys that kids played with like “Golly Wogs” (look them up), Sweden where although they were one of the loudest voices against racism were abjectly racist towards anyone of color who they came across in their country, etc.

Mandela was born to a Xhosa Chief, and was therefore a Prince in the eyes of the tribe. As he grew up he obtained a law degree and the attention of a white professor, Joe Slovo, a hard core communist. This communist professor was a Lithuanian, a Colonel in the Russian KGB and would influence Mandela through out his years.

Mandela joined the ANC, a Communist Terrorist group, and rapidly rose up in the ranks becoming a Commander in the military wing.

After three years ten members of MK, the military wing of the ANC, were arrested with more than 200,000 hand grenades and nearly 50,000 land mines, 107 plans to blow up specific buildings and more than 50 tons of high explosives. Found also was a box of propaganda fliers naming Nelson Mandela the leader, complete with a 94 page essay written in Madela’s own hand. The subject title was ”How to be a good Communist.” Mandela, and eight of the ten originally arrested, were found guilty of high crimes and sentenced to life in prison, and many thought he should have been hanged.

While in prison Mandela continued leading and planning attacks and his intent was to create a communist government in South Africa. He wanted to achieve his aims with violence against the whites. Those blacks that were looking for change through peace were summararily necklaced (the practice of tying the victim with barbed wire and putting gas soaked tires around the shoulders and arms of the victim and setting them alight.) I saw this in practice several times and death is slow and extremely painful, but made the ANC point quickly.

Due to pressure from left wing international media and also extremely progressive policies world wide, the apartheid state of South Africa had massive economic sanctions placed on it, causing huge unemployment and pain, mainly hitting the black population where unemployment was at over 50% as International Companies were forced to close and leave the country.

International media touted Mandela as a “Freedom Fighter” (a progressive Socialist word for terrorist), he was even compared with George Washington and Abe Lincoln and worse of all, to Martin Luther King, who was a man of real wisdom, peace and God. Those two were as different to each other as tea and coffee.

Mandela started promoting a new policy, that of Liberation before Education. This promoted the use of roving gangs of black youths to burn down their schools, attack, rape, maim, torture and kill farmers. Over 3000 farmers out of the 40, 000 commercial farmers died during this campaign, all in great pain and in very uncivilized manners.

The world did not see this as genocide as they were too concerned with political correctness and did not want to upset the left wing African terrorists and so called leaders.

In 1984 Henry Kissinger and the US backed Mandela financially and he became president along with Joe Slovo who at that time was chairman of the Africa Communist Party. There were now 16 communist members in the South African Government.

In short, Nelson Mandela was a communist, a terrorist and I believe an evil man, one who has been made an angel by the left wing main stream media and the equally left wing world politicians and the United Nations. The propaganda displayed for him has been open and to me disturbing as so many have no real idea who the real Nelson Mandela was.

In my mind, the world has lost another communist, one responsible for many deaths of innocent men, women and children through his acts and the acts he inspired.

Another point that strikes me strongly is how rich these people become. They have amassed massive wealth. Look at Robert Mugabe, the Marxist leader in neighboring Zimbabwe who rules with a rod of iron as do all dictators. They are both extremely rich, they also have and are living into their 90′s where as the people they rule over or so called represent have a life expectancy of less than half that and live in abject poverty.

Just my opinion America…Fred Brownbill.

Thank you Fred!

One thought on “Nelson Mandela, 1918 to 2013 – A Good man or an Evil Man, you decide…

  1. This is a sad but true story. I have fallen out with family and friends. Two nephews here in Australia follow the communist part of our existing government.
    Mandela and family are nothing short of vicious murdering scum.
    Why does the world reward bad over good ?
    Look at China who revere the man who killed millions of his own party.
    This is just one very small fragment of history.
    When our leaders who actually know what this evil Mandela man was like, they still went to his funeral to give him credence.
    The word is “BE AFRAID, VERY AFRAID “

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