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originally posted by: growler
a reply to: Raxoxane
mandela was in prison when the stated acts of terrorism took place, blaming mandela for them is a reach when there are ones he was convicted for.
originally posted by: RAY1990
a reply to: GuidedKill
The point is he renounced his ways. He worked towards peace and co-operation. In a sense, like Martin McGuinness, a person high up in the IRA turned peacemaker.
Hated by most, loved by some.
Mandela was a terrorist, so was McGuinness.
The point is that they worked hard towards stopping violence. For the most part they accomplished their goals.
Apartheid is over, blacks hold positions of power and are no longer held to account nor restricted due to skin colour.
Ireland suffers a power-sharing peace, no longer does sectarian values put into order how their nations work.
Nobody who knows a bit history thinks that Mandela or McGuinness are stand up guys, we know they were terrorists. They attempted to redeem themselves.
We'll, they achieved things unheard of 20 years prior to the power-sharing or end of apartheid.
Go look up the definition of Nazi.
originally posted by: GuidedKill
originally posted by: NthOther
I dunno what you're trying to imply with this thread.
Anyone who's anyone knows killing white people is a-ok.
Duh. SMH. His mug should be on Rushmore, American or not.
I can see some coming along any minute to support that, I know I do!! Don't want to be labeled a racist for not agreeing with the triggered masses....