Nelson Mandela, the African National Congress and the South African Communist Party.

December 11, 2013

“Stop. Remember the Day Nelson Mandela was free. RIP. Love.” -Shelley Carroll


As expected Shelley Carroll jumped on board to pay her respects to Saint Nelson Mandela, advocate for freedom and democracy. Well the freedom of the state and the democracy of terror anyway. Lefty has always used the words “free” and “love”, just as Shelley Carroll is trained to regurgitate them. Words, irregardless of the actions always
vindicate the socialist elite. They believe if you love something, set it free… with a bullet, machette or bomb.

Facts that Shelley Carroll does not want you to know is that under apartheid a few thousand on both sides died over several decades of fighting and terror due to communist gorillas. When Mandela came to power he slaughtered tens of thousands of whites every single year! Women, children and the elderly – no one was safe from the African National Congress and the South African Communist Party.

Decades after events it becomes difficult to separate truth from left-wing whitewash. The death of Mandela allows us to think about what it means to be a terrorist, and how the language of terrorism is used to frame political debate. No dominant socialist system refers to themselves as terrorists, just as Shelley Carroll does not refer to herself as a crook for swindling hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars to line the pocket books of Pride Toronto. Shelley Carroll’s “Major Cultural Organizations Program” ensures that traditional Canadian culture is eliminated, while ushering in the new era of left-leaning special interest groups. Pride events have become synonymous with overt displays of graphic sexuality, including semi-nude or completely naked people parading down the streets, revelers engaging in public sex acts, and raunchy dancing.

Shelley Carroll’s “Major Cultural” influence, and the hero of the anti-apartheid struggle was not the saint she wants him to be. The image of Nelson Mandela as a selfless, humble, freedom fighter turned cheerful, kindly old man, is well established by the left. If there is any international leader on whom socialists can universally heap praise it is surely he. But get past the halo Shelley placed on him, and it is clear Nelson Mandela had more than a few flaws which deserve attention.

He signed off on the deaths of innocent people, hundreds of thousands 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.

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.”

As President he bought a lot of military hardware. Inheriting a country with criminally deep socio-ecnomic problems, one might expect resources to be poured into redressing the imbalances of apartheid.

Yet once in office, even Mandela’s government slipped into the custom of putting national corporatism, power and prestige above its people. Mandela’s communist government announced in November 1998 that it intended to purchase 28 BAE/SAAB JAS 39 Gripen fighter aircraft from Sweden at a cost of about $65 million per plane. Not content with jets, in 1999 a $4.8 billion purchase of weaponry was finalised, which has been subject to allegations of corruption. The South African Department of Defence’s Strategic Defence Acquisition purchased a slew of shiny new weapons, including frigates, submarines, corvettes, light utility helicopters, fighter jet trainers and advanced light fighter aircraft.

Mandela was friendly with dictators. Despite being synonymous with freedom and democracy, Mandela was never afraid to glad hand the thugs and tyrants of the international arena. Two of the ANC’s biggest donors, in the 1990s, were Colonel Muammar Gaddafi of Libya and President Suharto of Indonesia. Not only did Mandela refrain from criticising their lamentable human rights records but he interceded diplomatically on their behalf, and awarded them South Africa’s highest honour. Suharto was awarded a state visit, a 21-gun salute, and The Order of Good Hope Gold Class. In April 1999 Mandela acknowledged to an audience in Johannesburg that Suharto had given the ANC a total of 60 million dollars. An initial donation of 50 million dollars had been followed up by a further 10 million. The London Telegraph reported that Gaddafi was known to have given the ANC well over ten million dollars.

No one ever asks, “Why was Mandela in prison?” Directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Morgan Freeman as President Nelson Mandela, Invictus makes a major contribution towards the building up of the mythology of Nelson Mandela as a modern day idol. Time and again the film focuses on Mandelas imprisonment on Robben Island, often with dream-like imaginative flashbacks of Nelson Mandela breaking rocks on Robben Island.

Invictus never mentions Nelson Mandela’s open support for brutal communist regimes such as Fidel Castro’s Cuba, Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe, Red China, Gadhaffi’s Libya, Saddam Hussein and other dictators. During the very time covered by Invictus Mandela received Fidel Castro, the longest reigning dictator in the world, and gave him the highest award that South Africa could give and then had both Houses of Parliament gather to hear an address from the Cuban tyrant. During the very time covered by the movie many hundreds of white farmers, and their wives and children, were being brutally slaughtered, actually tortured to death, often by UmKhonto we Sizwe guerillas, many of whom were now part of the South African National Defence Force.

Although Shelley Carroll and her buddies gives all glory to Nelson Mandela, it does not attach any blame to him for the rising crime and plummeting economy. During all 46 years of National Party apartheid rule over 18,000 people had been killed by rioters, terrorists, by the police and the army, on all sides, including terrorists, civilian victims, military casualties and police; both white and black. A total of 18,000 dead during 46 years of conflict under the racial segregation of apartheid.

However, in peacetime, under Nelson Mandela, an average of 20,000 to 25,000 people were murdered EVERY SINGLE YEAR! Shelley Carroll must have ignored that fact when she tweeted “RIP” to the Butcher Mandela, and not Mandela’s victims.

Yet to celebrate his birthdays, Mandela would regularly open the prison doors and set many criminals, including armed robbers, murderers and rapists, free. Some of whom were murdering and raping within 24 hours of being released. Sounds a lot like what NDPers are doing in Canada. According to Shelley Carroll, no blame can be attached to Nelson Mandela for the economic deterioration and the sky-rocketing crime rate under his presidency. No blame for the poverty, disease, drugs and death. However, he should be given all the credit for eliminating racial segregation! Sure, now both blacks and whites can use the same water fountain, which maybe a good thing if you ask Shelly – that is if the water was not undrinkabley poisoned with blood and they did not shoot the plumber before he had a chance to fix the broken tap.


2 Responses to “Nelson Mandela, the African National Congress and the South African Communist Party.”

  1. Andrew Says:

    The intro of the article reads like a script from a public school teacher. Most of Mandela’s victims were white and had no ties to the aparatheid movement or any political belonging—they were attacked and murdered because they were white.

    I don’t blame every white person for the slave trade on blacks, but I cringe whenever I read these newspaper articles in the lamestream media which praise these war criminals like Mandela. I have a concern with the pro-Mandela, pro-Che Guerrva views which these public school teachers are teaching to their students.

    I’m not into conspiracy theories, but I do believe that the public schools are anti-white and pro-socialist. I’m having second thoughts on sending my future kids to any school in Ontario. The public school system does no good by forcing anti-white, gender mixing and soft porn courses to students. There should be a line between education, morality and propaganda. Unfortunately, the public school boards lean more towards immorality and propaganda and this is why I’m thinking of homeschooling my future kids, if that is even legal here.

  2. Interesting how the lefty media does not consider the murderous actions of communist gorillas to be racist. Yet they always use the term as ammo to attack any objections of Mandela.

    Our public schools are build to indoctrinate, not educate. Mandela and Che Guerrva are the heroes of the socialists. With their cheques and jobs dependent on NDPers, and the requirements to “shape” fragile young minds – It is mandatory for teachers to follow the ideology.

    Teachers attack students who decent, just as schools attack teachers who don’t follow their social engineering program. Home schooling is quickly becoming illegal, as the schools proclaim it stunts students “cultural and moral growth”. They want your kids to drink the cool-aid.

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