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reply to post by NavyDoc
With respect - unless you've been there (and are still there) your opinion is meaningless. The fact that you utter nonsense like "Bombing school buses" just supports the fact that you have no idea what you are on about. You refer to his book, but did you even read it? You also completely ignore the facts I've stated with regards to the bombings and the resulting deaths.
I can assure you I'm well aware of what Mandela did. And as I explained in detail in earlier posts: A fight for freedom is a fight worth fighting for. Coin. Two. Sides.
He keeps referring to Africa as if it was a nation because he doesn't even name the nation he was supposedly in. So just how accurate will any of the "info" he is giving will be.
reply to post by NavyDoc
Ask our forefathers.
Point out where the FF during the revolutionary war killed women and children, raped, and tortured.
Back in those days how many mercenaries brought their families along with them when they went to fight in foreign lands?
Darfur is in Sudan, not part of South Africa.
Rwanda is not part of South Africa, though contained a moderate population of Apartheid refugees at the time of the genocide.
All three are separate countries.
History my friend, is written by the winners. Had Mandela not triumphed it would be just another dead communist/terrorist, -insert label here-.
While his life will be celebrated, one could argue about all the people who had better character that didn't.
that I cant argue with but, that is all hypothetical. He did triumph, he did help defeat apartheid, he did help his fellow countrymen. Not with war but with peace he helped his country. Unlike some of the other warlords on the content of Africa.
He was a terrorist.
According to the link (bottom), he was at least party responsible for a lot of dead civilians.
If this is true, I say adios muchacho!
TODAY ON THE ALEX JONES SHOW
Alex and Infowars Nightly News host David Knight break down the hype of Nelson Mandela and the latest attacks on our rights on this December 6, 2013 edition of the Alex Jones Show. Mandela passed away yesterday at the age of 95. Eric Lee, the Georgia businessman arrested for legally carrying a firearm on his own property, joins the show alongside Shannon Briley, a criminal defense lawyer and staunch supporter of the Second Amendment. James David Manning, chief pastor of the ATLAH World Missionary Church in New York City, also joins the broadcast to discuss how Obama is becoming a de facto dictator as he circumvents the separation of powers as specified in the Constitution. Alex and David take your calls throughout today's transmission.
Yeah..keep telling the world the right is not racist..
A famous black man dies...what do they do...dig around for garbage to destroy his reputation.
They did the same with Martin..although not famous...but black...brought up all the dirt they could find to destroy his reputation.
So past deeds of white man..the fore fathers(who raped, slaughtered Native Americans to create this land) considered heroes....past deeds of colored men should forever live with him no matter what he does.
Yeah sure..the right ain't racist...
reply to post by Hoosierdaddy71
The need to demonize a great man is either one of two things... racism or extreme hatred of those ideologically different than themselves. Accepting stories that originated out of nowhere but hatred, such as the school bus bombing... with zero facts to back it up but just because a like minded person said so, is caused by one of those two things.