Sunday, 30 June 2013

The Media's Deliberate Deception About Nelson Mandela's Prison

Robben Island Jail: Obama Visits Mandela Cell
The US President visits the jail with his wife and daughters in what he called a "great privilege and honour".
To read the article and view the video click HERE

This is what the world is being shown now

Photographs showing an empty room suggesting that Mandela had slept on the floor all those years.

Another senseless murder to add to the ongoing genocide in South Africa

"I can't wash my hands. I can't. This is my husband's blood."

The chilling words of Laura du Plessis (45) while she looked at her hands with the dried blood of her husband who was murdered in their house last night, on a smallholding at Vaalbank near Bonkhorstspruit, South Africa.

Less than 12 hours earlier she was asleep next to her husband Roelof (46).

Then 5 black armed terrorists entered their house.

They went to their son Riaan's room, assaulted him, threatened him with a firearm, and demanded to know who else is in the house. They then took him to the living room.

Roelof woke up from the noise and went to see what is going on. He then bunped into the terrorists. Laura also woke up and rushed out of the room armed with a flashlight. When Roelof saw one of the men was heading for her, he started fighting with him. They then started shooting. 

Laura went to hide in the en suite bathroom and telephoned for help.

Thursday, 13 June 2013

Was Nelson Mandela jailed for his "political beliefs?" - An extract from Bulala

The following is an extract from Bulala: A True Story Of South Africa by Cuan Elgin :

It is a common misconception that the ANC’s leader in the 1994 elections, Nelson Mandela, had been jailed for his “political beliefs.”

He was in fact acquitted of treason after a 4-year trial, but re-arrested a few years later, and sentenced to 5 years imprisonment for launching an armed insurrection (as founder and commander-in-chief of Mkhonto weSizwe, the ANC’s militant wing).

He was then later charged with 193 counts of terrorism: for sabotage and for trying to smuggle, prepare, or manufacture (mostly Soviet-bloc) munitions, including: 210,000 hand-grenades, 48,000 anti-personnel mines, 144 tons of ammonium-nitrate, 21.6 tons of aluminum powder, 1,500 timing devices,b and 2,000 lbs. of black gunpowder. Among his many alleged co-conspirators were 3 'white' communist: Denis Goldberg, Arthur Goldreich, and Lionel “Rusty” Bernstein.

Nelson Mandela’s personal Makarov pistol (for killing white policemen”) which he buried in Rivonia before his arrest during the ANC’s “armed struggle,” was never recovered. These were clearly not “trumped-up” political charges. In his eloquent closing statement to the court, Mandela candidly admitted his guilt on the charge of sabotage, adding that he was, if needs be, prepared to die for his ideals. It was apparent from the huge amount of smuggled explosives that he was not planning to die alone.