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Published: August 15, 2011
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)