Mandela: Man and the Myth
Mandela is getting better coverage than the pope – or Christ Himself.
Dr. Peter Hammond of Frontline Fellowship in South Africa notes that President Obama, when condemning the Boston Islamic terror bombings, declared: "Any time bombs are used to target innocent civilians it is an act of terror." Hammond goes on, "Yet he still seems to honor a man responsible for many such terror attacks! Obama praises Mandela as his ‘role model.'"
Hammond notes: "Nelson Mandela was the head of UmKhonto we Sizwe (MK), the terrorist wing of the ANC and South African Communist Party. He had pleaded guilty to 156 acts of public violence including mobilizing terrorist bombing campaigns, which planted bombs in public places. This included the Johannesburg railway station bombing. Many innocent people, including women and children, were killed by Nelson Mandela's MK terrorists."
Here are the facts: there has been a murder campaign under way against white farmers in South Africa. We can predict this will accelerate in the aftermath of Mandela's death. The pictures of the victims are too gruesome to put in this newsletter.
The response has been positive to the idea of America's Survival doing a special TV show on Mandela and his legacy. My producer and co-host Jerry Kenney and I will do it Monday night at 9:00 pm Eastern. You can watch it on Roku or through your computer at this link. We will give you the facts you won't find in the liberal media or Fox News.
I have gotten several responses from people in South Africa who fear for the future. One said: "Thank you for the article on Nelson Mandela. I cannot agree more with this. I am a South African and every day we see brutal murders and people being tortured but the rest of the world thinks that Mandela is an icon. Some women in UK compared him with Jesus Christ…. He planted bombs and killed innocent people, how is it possible that so few people know this. I wish more people could wake up…"
Another said: Thanks for exposing the truth about this communist. I'm a South African, white Afrikaans-speaking lady. I might be their next genocide victim, who knows?"
It just so happens that a new film, "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom," has been released in the U.S. What a coincidence.
The Frontline Fellowship says, "The film rushes through the life and times of Nelson Mandela, completely ignoring the Cold War context and threat of Soviet communism on the borders of South Africa at that time. It glosses over the murders and massacres of the Marxists and presents scenes that stereotype whites as racist and blacks as noble revolutionaries only seeking for justice."
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