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‘Terrorist’ Nelson Mandela never renounced violence

Published: August 15, 2011

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A group of South Africans have slammed former anti apartheid leader and Nobel prize winner Nelson Mandela for alleged acts of terrorism and stated that like Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe, the anti apartheid hero never renouned violence.

The South Africans’ website has justified Nelson Mandela’s prolonged incarceration which lasted more than 27 years. The website claimed that Mandela could have been released as early as 1985 if he had merely ‘renounced violence’ before then president P.W. Botha.

We should never forget that!

A reading on the website “Terrorist Watch”‘s referred to Mandela(pictured right) as an ‘enemy’ and contained images of the Church Street bombing largely blamed on Mandela. The website which also scorns Mandela’s book- ‘Long Walk To Freedom’ read:

Here are two photos showing the Church Street bombing. As mentioned before, in his so-called book, “Long Walk to Freedom”, Mandela says that he “signed off” with this act of terrorism. People should take a look at what Mandela “signed off” with while he was in prison – convicted for other acts of terrorism! President P.W. Botha told Mandela way back in 1985, that he could be a free man as long as he did one thing: Publicly renounce violence. Mandela refused. That is why Mandela remained in prison until the appeaser F.W. de Klerk freed him unconditionally. The bottom line is that Nelson Mandela never publicly renounced violence – and we should never forget that.

The website is http://www.netcomuk.co.uk/~springbk/enemy.html

(ZimEye, South Africa)


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12 Comments on "‘Terrorist’ Nelson Mandela never renounced violence"

  1. Bla Miki on Mon, 15th Aug 2011 7:57 am 

    I always say that these white ***s will never repent.

  2. somhlaba mthunzi on Mon, 15th Aug 2011 1:09 pm 

    very sill and provocative .I agree with yoiu Miki.Lets them say that in Zim…wano. s.u. r. a. chando.

  3. Dzimai Moto on Mon, 15th Aug 2011 1:18 pm 

    Mandela was supposed to fight a wrong system. He was even prepared to die for the truth. RSA is better now than Apartheid RSA. Mandela was fighting for a better RSA.

    Mandela is a freedom fighter.

  4. choyachatsva on Mon, 15th Aug 2011 2:07 pm 

    hahahahahaha somhlaba mthunzi,wano .su.r.a chando nhaika.i hate these silly whites buggers

  5. Makwembere on Mon, 15th Aug 2011 9:37 pm 

    stupid Choyachatsva, you are na idiot indeed, I will say it aloud, nxaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

  6. T.Musango on Mon, 15th Aug 2011 10:32 pm 

    White ***s will never repent and when they kill a blackman, its justified, when a blackman fights back, its terrorism.

  7. Dzimai Moto on Tue, 16th Aug 2011 5:45 am 

    Stories like these bring symphathy to Julious Malema. You will understand of all what he says some of it is not stupidity. There is a race problem internationally.

    Anything black is evil. A cochoroach is called a black bettle. Forceful coercesion is called blackmailing. A list of very dangerous people is called a black list even if the listed people are not black. A comedy with a tragic end is called a black comedy even if the actors are not black…. Pastor Aaron Rusikira said it in a song.

  8. choyachatsva on Tue, 16th Aug 2011 6:59 am 

    iwe makwembere nhanzva ********* kwemabhunu uri benzi haikona. ndaita i…deeeiot ipapa ndaita seiko nhai. nxaaa. p..a..ny./.o pako wanzwa!!!

  9. Ngwarai Murefu on Tue, 16th Aug 2011 7:20 am 

    It is such extreme racist attitudes which make it difficult if not impossible for the people to fully enjoy democracy. These very same white racists fund some political parties and those who fought them also unite but this is at the expense of the majority as looters and just outright murdererous dictators take advantage. All democratic and freedom loving Africans have an obligation to cherish the liberation war and its objectives. These dull whites are our enemies because they make it difficult for us to come up with our own brand of democracy.

  10. T.Musango on Tue, 16th Aug 2011 8:28 pm 

    Thats true Murefu. Vanoruma vachifuridzira and they have a full-of-i-know attitude. They pretend like as if they have our miseries at heart and yet they will be eying our resources and making us kill each other. There is oil in Lybia, did u see how fast they interverned? Syria is burning and yet they are folding their hands. Give them a few months and u will see what our diamonds are going to bring out of the white ***s.

  11. Guvnor on Wed, 17th Aug 2011 12:21 pm 

    There is no problem here. Mandela would have voluntarily renounced violence had the aparthied regime volontarily dismantled aparthied and given the country back to the majority. Where were these chaps who are now speaking about this matter during aparthied and what exactly were they doing to end this horrid regime. If they did nothing at that time then they should not expect many citizens to thank them for their current attitude. That violence was essential in making the aparthied regime accept the need to change precisely because that odious regime had closed down all democratic avenues of expression. Do not take advantage of Africans, we may forgive but we do not forget.

  12. isaacus on Mon, 22nd Aug 2011 2:52 pm 

    nelson mandela is a hero and ad infinitum so he will remain.no cock and bull tales.bull**** racists.non-believers pack and leave pronto.viva mandela!

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