How to be a Good Communist by Nelson Mandela

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posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 11:25 AM
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How to be a Good Communist by Nelson Mandela
(with a pretty accurate preface by the website owner)

I was scanning the referrer logs on my website and this article just happened to catch my eye (actually local and federal governments are also looking up concertina wire fence a lot these days as well as security systems). It seems to me that there has been an incredible disinformation campaign hosted by world governments and the UN/IMF into just how saintly Nelson Mandela is, I have to disagree. Like all terrorists, their acts are generally mandated towards "soft targets," the young, the aged and the infirm. It's funny that Mandela "acts" parallel in many of the acts of the US, specifically when it comes to the disregard surrounding civilian casualties and collateral damage.

In the above referenced link, the author of the website sites many criminal and terrorism charges concerning Nelson Mandela and his ex-wife Winnie Mandela. Up until around 2008 Nelson Mandela was still on the FBI's Terrorism Watch List and Winnie Mandela was denied entry into Canada for lectures due to her potential to incite racial hatred as well as her past terrorism and criminal charges involving theft, fraud, extortion and murder.

These are the world's bought and paid for icons ;-)

Personally, I've always been disgusted with all the hype and promotion of Nelson Mandela. He's done nothing to help or advance any country and he has left a trail of destruction in his wake with no regard to repairing that which he has damaged. He calls totalitarian governments, communism and dictatorship "freedom loving" while stating that democracy is the bane of humanity. He sings songs of death, of killing all the whites, which has become a racial hatred hit in the ANC Youth League (Marxists organization). His promotion to sainthood by the UN/IMF is due to his being a usable tool in the division of ideologies to promote conflict worldwide. The above link has the complete Mandela manifesto converted to HTML for easy reading in your browser.

Mandela was actually offered release from Robin Island (prison) by the South African government on the condition that he would denounce terrorism and violence. He refused. Think about it, he wants people to be free under communist regimes and dictatorships without changing the ideology or political mandate and he was willing to kill innocents/soft targets to do that. WTF is that? Isn't that terrorism? Some may argue that they were freedom fighters, well I am am sorry to say this, but you don't extort and then kill the people you are trying to free that don't agree with you, that's terrorism.

In many ways, sans personal terrorist acts, there are many parallels between Nelson Mandela and Barack Obama.

1. Both orally espouse freedom but their actions are exactly the opposite.
2. Both lie, Mandela in changing South Africa for the better, Obama on every one of his campaign promises as well as the day to day business of allegedly running the US.
3. Both are involved in the planning and promotion of "terrorists" acts involving soft targets.
4. Both have received a nobel peace prize for promoting war and death.
5. Both have been promoted and funded by the UN and/or IMF and/or the military industrial complex.
6. Both promote some form of communism, Mandela it's Marxism, Obama it's Socialism.
7. Both have books that rewrite their version of history.

So what we have here in both Mandela and Obama is a "front" with an purpose. In all cases, the agenda appears to be ideological polarization, world view manipulation and the fragmentation of society to leave only one cohesive element, that of the government's handlers, as even government is expendable since multinationals and a select few actually pull the strings.

This thread is simply to transfer information. I do expect some commentary and bashing because people have been conditioned and programmed to accept the Mandelas and the Obamas of this world as the saviors of humanity even though nothing could be further from the truth. I am quite sure there will be more to come in the future but when looking at the people which are made into political or ideological icons, follow the money. It generally leads back to big pharma, exxons, the IMF/BIS, wall street, the UN, etc. and remember that corporations have no conscience and money is simply a tool to further agendas to create profit at the expense of everyone else. Would a bunch of corporations pour "advertising" money into anyone (like Obama or Mandela) if they didn't expect a profit? NO, I don't think so.

Additional info on the present and past state of South Africa can be found Here.

Cheers - Dave
edit on 9/28.2011 by bobs_uruncle because: additional link on South Africa




posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 11:55 AM
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Its widely known but seldom reported that Mandela was not just a communist, but a raving Stalinist. He acknowledged writing the pamphlet as a translation of a work by Liu Shaoqi custom tailored for an African audience. I think when the Soviet Union collapses, along with all the money and support that organizations like the ANC relied on, he had a “come to Jesus moment” and realized that without a powerful patron like the Soviet’s, a communist South Africa wasn’t in the cards and he steered the country on a more “mainstream” path.



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 12:12 PM
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Originally posted by SirMike
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Its widely known but seldom reported that Mandela was not just a communist, but a raving Stalinist. He acknowledged writing the pamphlet as a translation of a work by Liu Shaoqi custom tailored for an African audience. I think when the Soviet Union collapses, along with all the money and support that organizations like the ANC relied on, he had a “come to Jesus moment” and realized that without a powerful patron like the Soviet’s, a communist South Africa wasn’t in the cards and he steered the country on a more “mainstream” path.


Yes and there is always more. I was in SA working for the SADF/Armscor/CI/Mil Contractors when Winnie was charged with murder, it was an air tight case and then later once she was out, there were the theft, fraud, extortion, etc. charges. She was pardoned by Mandela and made Minister of Culture, go figure?

I was once asked by CI to analyze outcomes concerning Nelson Mandela back in 1988, the outcomes of if he were left in prison, released or was executed for treason and murder. One of the main problems with executions is martyrdom and we expected a new more volatile "beast" would rise from those ashes, leaving him in was the best bet. But they couldn't leave him in prison due to the IMF extortion and threats. It wasn't world pressure that got Mandela released, it was the threat of economic collapse by the IMF that did the job and Oppenheimer admitted that he was the "engine behind the ANC." Oppenheimer, the Rothschilds and the IMF had different ideas, they had been promoting "live martyrdom" using the UN and Nelson Mandela to divisively change world views and ideologies and it worked. So many people simply don't know the truth and when confronted by it, turn off. It's too far outside the mainstream media and educational system programming/indoctrination.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 08:41 PM
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Interesting thread. Wow, I have to question myself here because I dimly remember hearing the negative violent stuff but as you said, we were sold such an opposing story that I wondered just where the facts lay about SA. The communist manifesto seems a bit idealistic, although I only perused it, but who doesn't dream? I wish there was some system that did not include greed, deception and war. Guess now it gives me a more balanced viewpoint, so thanks.



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 09:34 PM
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Originally posted by aboutface
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Interesting thread. Wow, I have to question myself here because I dimly remember hearing the negative violent stuff but as you said, we were sold such an opposing story that I wondered just where the facts lay about SA. The communist manifesto seems a bit idealistic, although I only perused it, but who doesn't dream? I wish there was some system that did not include greed, deception and war. Guess now it gives me a more balanced viewpoint, so thanks.


Thanks, as we all know the victors write the history and this case is no different. The media campaign launched in support of Mandela was, well, monstrous, is that a good descriptive word for both cost and intent? I come across so many of these situations where the mainstream media says one thing and the truth is totally orthogonal. Plane crashes are generally what I look at when it comes to "altered reality" in history and the news, of course there are many other past and present situations that require our focus.

Cheers - Dave





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