contributed by Fox Odendaal - EK South Africa Correspondent
foreword written and piece edited by G. Vallone
Let me preface this story, especially in light of the fact there's been renewed interest in the
life of Nelson Mandela since his passing (several thousand people found their way to this
article on Mandela's crimes in the days following the man's death), that the EKP has no
official view on Mr Mandela. He is a convicted terrorist to some, and hero to others. In my
humble opinion he is a complicated, somewhat contradictory historical figure that should be
viewed in an objective historical sense.
Unlike the perverse liberal media painting him as a hero and blockhead racist right viewing
him as the personification of evil-we at the EKP look at the bigger picture by relying on reason,
never feeling. We know that history, like life and people is rarely if ever, black and white.
Besides it being disrespectful speaking ill of the dead so soon after their passing, we fully
understand that men have to do what they have to do. I personally believe that Mr Mandela
was doing what he thought was right for his tribe & although his means were often times
barbaric and I would most likely have fought him head on, I can't condemn a man for doing
exacltly what I probably would have done if I were in his shoes.
The fact that he often called for peace when savages like Jacob Zuma were calling for
bloodletting, and kept the negroes from fully kicking off as they've done in so many African nations with a white majority, tells me that during the latter stages of the man's life he genuinely wanted to see South Africa come together. That can be seen clearly if one looks at the state of affairs immediately after the inception of SA majority rule.
Is his dedication to his black countrymen and ability to keep the peace enough to justify his deification? Absolutely not! But can we tar this man with the same brush we do his communist owners? Men that empowered him solely to see European blood spill? The tribe that uses the black man, as they do our impressionable liberal woman and children, needs to be judged in an entirely different light than their pawns. Mandela; the black man in general, is employed as a tool to destroy our societies. He is an instrument, nothing more nothing less. He, like the moronic liberal women Jewish feminist radicals have corrupted to pursue their Zionist goals, is utilised by the Zionist communistic Jew to assassinate its primary competitor - the white alpha male and his kingdom, christian patriarchal society.
Mandela's public interest in rugby, embracing of white culture and distancing of himself from his ex-wife and terrorist beginnings tell me he had a change of heart in his later years. The fact he often times attacked Israel, sided with the Palestinians and Middle east in their battle for survival against Israel, criticised American hegemony over the world tell me he was a whole lot more complex than we are giving him credit for. One can make the same argument for great men like Adolf Hitler. To demonise a man that fought for his kin because he's responsible for policies that punished perceived enemies of the state is what Marxist and Zionist filth do and I refuse to stoop as low.
So my gripe is not with any man that fights for his people, personal perception of what his country is & what he believes in but the people that backed him for their own satanic gains.
Who and what I DO have issues with are the conniving Jewish Communists pigs behind him.
The people that exploited his cause, the nation they called home as they do when in our
midst. Mandela was but a pawn in a global war between Zionist and gentile. Mr Mandela made
a choice to accept funding and patronage from the people that offered support. Would any
true patriot have done any different?
Let us now not lose sight of who the real enemy is.
The Nelson Mandela Day Campaign message reads:
"Nelson Mandela has fought for social justice for 67 years. We’re asking you to start with 67
minutes (of your time)...We would be honoured if such a day can serve to bring together
people around the world to fight poverty and promote peace and reconciliation."
To commemorate Nelson Mandela Day, I have spent my '67 minutes' presenting you with the
following extract from the South African Supreme Court Archives. After reviewing the facts
surrounding Mandela's ascent from activist, some might even argue thug, to convicted
murderer & terrorist, to ANC leader, you'll understand why Amnesty International refused to
bestow upon Mandela, and men that shed blood in the name of their poltical ideology, the
name of 'Prisoner of Conscience".
Although the world now recognises Winnie Mandela's for the wicked fiend she is, as well as her role in facilitating the genocide of South Africa's white population, we must face fight our own bias and recognise Nelson Mandela's role in the tragedy.
(The State v. Nelson Mandela et al, Supreme Court of South Africa, Transvaal Provincial
Division, 1963-1964 Archive)
"Nelson Mandela was the head of UmKhonto we Sizwe, (MK), the terrorist wing of theANC 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, including the Johannesburg railway station. Many innocent people, including women and children, were killed by Nelson Mandela’s MK terrorists.
South African President P.W. Botha had, on a number of occasions, offered Nelson Mandela freedom from prison, if he would only renounce terrorist violence. This Mandela refused to do. - Invictus Idolatry
* The full list of munitions and charges read as follows:
• One count under the South African Suppression of Communism Act No. 44 of 1950, charging that the accused committed acts calculated to further the achievement of the objective of communism;
• One count of contravening the South African Criminal Law Act (1953), which prohibits any person from soliciting or receiving any money or articles for the purpose of achieving organized defiance of laws and country; and
• Two counts of sabotage, committing or aiding or procuring the commission of the following acts:
1) The further recruitment of persons for instruction and training, both within and outside the Republic of South Africa, in:
(a) the preparation, manufacture and use of explosives—for the purpose of committing acts of violence and destruction in the aforesaid Republic, (the preparation and manufacture of explosives, according to evidence submitted, included 210,000 hand grenades, 48,000 anti-personnel mines, 1,500 time devices, 144 tons of ammonium nitrate, 21.6 tons of aluminum powder and a ton of black powder);
(b) the art of warfare, including guerrilla warfare, and military training generally for the purpose in the aforesaid Republic;
(ii) Further acts of violence and destruction, (this includes 193 counts of terrorism committed between 1961 and 1963);
(iii) Acts of guerrilla warfare in the aforesaid Republic;
(iv) Acts of assistance to military units of foreign countries when involving the aforesaid Republic;
(v) Acts of participation in a violent revolution in the aforesaid Republic, whereby the accused, injured, damaged, destroyed, rendered useless or unserviceable, put out of action, obstructed, with or endangered:
(a) the health or safety of the public;
(b) the maintenance of law and order;
(c) the supply and distribution of light, power or fuel;
(d) postal, telephone or telegraph installations;
(e) the free movement of traffic on land; and
(f) the property, movable or immovable, of other persons or of the state.
Source: The State v. Nelson Mandela et al, Supreme Court of South Africa, Transvaal Provincial Division, 1963-1964, Indictment.