Monday, 30 June 2008

Mandela - The Legend and the Legacy

By Sarah, Maid of Albion

It is often said that one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter, however, this usually means that the other man has been less than fastidious in his choice of hero, or that the “freedom fighter” in question was on the crowd pleasing side.

On the 27th of June, London's Hyde Park played host to a concert in honour of Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday and as expected it received wall to wall coverage from a star struck and worshipping media, who continue to laud Mandela as one of the greatest, or indeed the greatest, heroes of our time.
The beaming old man appeared on stage in one of his trademark multi-coloured shirts and cheerily acknowledge the cheers of the adoring crowd, most of whom have been taught to believe in his sainthood since their first days in primary school, which, for many of them, will have occurred around the same time their hero walked free from Robben Island.

The unquestioning belief in Mandela's universally admired saintliness was again on display in the gushing media coverage and by the unending line of politicians and dignitaries from presidents to Prime ministers who queued up to genuflect before him and sing his praises. It is a brave politician or journalist who would dare to question the godliness of this legend and consummate showman, and hence no such questions were raised, nor were his much vaunted “achievements” subjected to any objective scrutiny.

No matter how many speeches are given or how many news articles are written, it will be a long time if ever before the truth about Mandela is told.

In fact the truth about Mandela is so hidden in mythology and misinformation that most know nothing about him prior to Robben island, and those who do tend to exercise a form of self censorship, designed to bolster the myth whilst consigning uncomfortable facts into the mists of history.

For most people all they know about Mandela, prior to his release in 1990, was that he had spent 27 years in prison and was considered by many on the left at the time (and almost everyone now) to be a political prisoner. However, Mandela was no Aung San Suu Kyi, he was not an innocent, democratically elected leader, imprisoned by an authoritarian government.

Mandela was the terrorist leader of a violent terrorist organisation, the ANC (African National Congress) which was responsible for many thousands of, mostly black, deaths. The ANC's blood spattered history is frequently ignored, but reminders occasionally pop up in the most embarrassing places, indeed as recently as this month the names of Nelson Mandela and most of the ANC remained on the US government's terrorist watch list along with al-Queda, Hezbollah and the Tamil Tigers. Of course the forces of political correctness are rushing to amend that embarrassing reminder from the past. However, Mandela's name was not on that list by mistake, he was there because of his Murderous past.

Before I am accused of calumny, it should be noted that Mandela does not seek to hide his past, in his autobiography “the long walk to Freedom” he casually admits “signing off” the 1983 Church Street bombing carried out by the ANC and killing 19 innocent people whilst injuring another 200.

It is true that Mandela approved that massacre and other ANC killings from his prison cell, and there is no evidence that he personally killed anyone but the same could be said about Stalin or Hitler, and the violent history of the ANC, the organisation he led is not in question.

According to the Human Rights Commission it is estimated that during the Apartheid period some 21,000 people were killed, however both the UN Crimes against Humanity commission and South Africa's own Truth and Reconciliation Commission are in agreement that in those 43 years the South African Security forces killed a total of 518 people. The rest, (some 92%) were accounted for by Africans killing Africans, many by means of the notorious and gruesome practice of necklacing whereby a car tyre full of petrol is placed around a victim's neck and set alight. This particularly cruel form of execution was frequently carried out at the behest of the ANC with the enthusiastic support of Mandela's demonic wife Winnie.

The brutal reappearance of the deadly necklace in recent weeks is something I shall reluctantly focus upon later.

Given that so much blood was on the hands of his party, and, as such, the newly appointed government, some may conclude that those who praised Madela's mercy and forgiveness, when the Truth and Reconciliation tribunal set up after he came to power, to look into the Apartheid years, did not include a provision for sanctions, were being deliberately naive.

Such nativity is not uncommon when it comes to the adoring reporting of Nelson Madela, and neither is the great leader himself rarely shy of playing up his image of fatherly elder statesman and multi-purpose paragon. However, in truth, the ANC's conscious decision to reject a policy of non-violence, such as that chosen by Gandhi, in their struggle against the white government, had left them, and by extension, their leader, with at least as much blood on their hands as their one time oppressors, and this fact alone prevented them from enacting the revenge which might otherwise have been the case.

As the first post Apartheid president of South Africa it would, be unfair if not ludicrous to judge Mandela entirely on the basis of events before he came to power, and in any event there is many a respected world leader or influential statesman with a blood stained past so let us now examine Nelson Mandela's achievements, and the events which have occurred in South Africa in the 14 short years since he took power in following the post Apartheid election in 1994, and the new South Africa which he created after coming to power on a surge of worldwide optimism and hope in 1994, when, following the end of Apartheid, he and his followers promised a new dawn for what became termed the Rainbow Nation.

Today South Africa stands out as one of the most dangerous and crime ridden nations on Earth which is not actively at War. In 2001, only seven years after the end of Apartheid, whilst the city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands with 5,6 murders per 100,000 population was declared the "murder capitol of Europe", Johannesburg, with 61.2 murders per 100,00 population and remains the world's top murder city.

In South Africa as a whole, the murder rate is seven times that of America, in terms of rape the rate is ten times as high and includes the ugly phenomenon of child rape, one of the few activities in which South Africa is now a world leader. If you don't believe me, you can read what Oprah Winfrey has to say about it here.

All other forms of violent crime are out of control, and Johannesburg is among the top world cities for muggings and violent assault, a fact seldom mentioned in connection with the 2010 World Cup which is scheduled to be hosted in South Africa.

As always with black violence the primary victims are their fellow blacks, however, the rape, murder and violent assault of whites is a daily event, and there is more ...

As with the Matabeleland massacres, news of which the BBC, together with much of the world media suppressed for twenty years to protect their one time hero, Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe, another secret genocide is being ignored by the world media, the genocide of white Boer farmers, thousands of whom have been horribly tortured to death in their homes since the end of Apartheid. Anyone who clicks on this link should we warned that it includes some very gruesome images as the savagery of these attacks belie the authorities attempts to dismiss them as nothing more than a "crime wave".

Given that it is now all but illegal in South Africa to report the race of either victim or the perpetrator of a crime (unless the perpetrator is white and the victim black) and as modern South Africa's official crime statistics are notoriously massaged, it is impossible to know the exact numbers of farm murders that have taken place. Many reliable sources estimate the figure as close to 3,000, but even if we take the more conservative figure of 1,600 quoted in the politically correct South African press (but not quoted at all in ours) this is three times the numbers killed by the South African security forces over a period of 43 years, and which the UN calls a crime against humanity.

To put this in perspective, the population of South Africa is 47 million, (13 million less than Britain despite its far greater land mass) of which the 4.3 million whites account for 9.1%, about 1% less than the immigrant population of Britain. Can you imagine the outcry if 1,600 (let alone 3,000) members of a minority community in Britain were tortured to death by the native population?.

Yet when the victims are white, there is hardly a peep in the South African press and silence from the international media. Compare this to when a white youth is the killer, such as in the case of Johan Nel, who shot three Africans, a story which became instant world wide news with the predictable screams of racism and machete wielding mobs baying for his blood.

(And they accuse us of hate?!! Don't such people nauseate themselves with their hypocrisy?!)

Crime aside, Mandela and his ANC inherited the strongest economy in Africa, indeed, despite economic sanctions, South Africa was still one of the richest world nations, and indeed initially there was a brief post Apartheid boom, resulting from the lifting of sanctions and due to the fact that until affirmative action forced most of the whites out of their jobs to be replaced by under qualified blacks, those who had built South Africa were still in place.

However, any optimism was to be short lived. Now, after just 14 years of rule by Mandela and his grim successor Mbeke, corruption is rife, the country is beset with power cuts and the infrastructure is crumbling.

The nation's great cities like Durban and Johannesburg, which could once rival the likes of Sydney, Vancouver and San Francisco, had descended in to decaying crime ridden slums within a decade.

And in recent months we have seen the so called Rainbow nations ultimate humiliation, as xenophobic anti immigration violence spreads across the country. (“xenophobic” is what the media call racism when blacks do it) As poverty and unemployment explodes and is exacerbated by the floods of immigrants flooding in to escape the even more advanced Africanisation of the rest of the country, the mobs turn on those they blame for stealing their jobs, their homes, and their women.

Thus the cycle turns, and, like watching some barbaric version of “back to the future", on the news we see exactly the same scenes we saw on our televisions twenty years ago, wrecked buildings, burning vehicles, mobs brandishing machetes, axes and knives hacking at everything and everyone which comes within their reach. Most horrific of all, we see the return of that most savage symbol of African brutality, the necklace where, to the cheers of a blood thirsty crowd, some poor trembling soul, with a tire around his neck, is dragged from his home and set alight, exactly as all those other poor souls were set alight throughout the Apartheid years, when we were told it was all the evil white man's fault.

As nothing else the return of the necklace exposes the failure of Mandela's revolution, and those who fought for him should weep.

Under Apartheid, blacks and whites went to separate hospitals but they received world class health care, whatever their colour, now the facilities are collapsing or non-existent. Black children went to different schools than white children, but they received an education, something which is now a privileged luxury. When they grew up, their bosses may have been white, but they had jobs and a living wage, as the recent violence shows us, such security is but a memory for most South Africans.

Eighteen years after Nelson and Winnie made their historic walk towards the cameras, and 14 years, since Mandela assumed power on a tide of optimism, a once proud South Africa slides like a crumbling, crime ridden, wreck towards a precipice created though greed, corruption and incompetence.

For all his gleaming smiles, grandfatherly hand gestures, and folksy sound bites, tomorrow night, when crowd cheers the retired terrorist in the gaudy shirt, they would do best not to focus too closely upon his much admired legacy, as they might just find that the Xhosan Emperor has no clothes. For Nelson Mandela's lasting achievement is that, in the face of a wold wishing him well, he, and the party he leads, have shown the world that, for all its flaws, Apartheid was a more benign system than what replaced it, and that the average South African was immeasurably better off under the hated white rule than they are under the alternative which black rule has created.

That is quite an achievement, even for a living legend.

Source: Sarah Maid of Albion Blog


David Ben-Ariel said...

Stop terrorist Nelson Mandela!
Flaming liberals and other dangerously misguided souls, the kind that led to the destruction of once peaceful and prosperous South Africa, are now out to sanitize the "saintly" terrorist Nelson Mandela (wolf in sheep's clothing, who knows how to talk to white people) and his toxic organization - the terrorist African National Congress (ANC) - and have them removed from the United States' terrorist list where they belong (HR 5690). Don't let them succeed!

Anonymous said...

When it comes to honoring this terrorist, British institutions top the list:

Honorary Degrees

Honorary Doctorate Britains' Open University 2004
Honorary Doctorate Open University, United Kingdom 2004
Honorary Doctor of Laws Rhodes University, Grahamstown 2002
Honorary Doctorate University of the Witwatersrand 1991
Honorary Doctor of Laws York University, Toronto, Canada 1989
Honorary Doctorate University of Carabobo, Venezuela 1988
Honorary Degree in Political Science University of Bologna 1988
Honorary Doctorate Karl Marx University of the German Democratic Republic 1987
Honorary Degree United States Ross University Medical School in the Caribbean 1987
Honorary Degree University of Michigan, USA 1986
Honorary degree University of Havana, Cuba 1986
Honorary Doctor of Laws University of Zimbabwe 1986
Honorary Doctor of Laws Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria 1985
Honorary Bachelor of Laws Free University of Brussels 1984
Honorary Doctor of Laws University of Lancaster, Britain 1983
Honorary Doctor of Laws University of Lesotho 1979
Honorary Doctorate University of Oxford
Honorary Doctorate University of Cambridge

Society Memberships

Honorary Life President National Union of Mineworkers 1990
Honorary Member National Union of Teachers, Great Britain 1988
Patron Isipingo and District football Association, Natal 1987
Honorary Member National Union of Seamen, Britain 1986
Honorary Life President National Union of Mineworkers of South Africa 1986
Honorary Member Students Association,University of Strathclyde, Scotland 1985
Life patron Writers and Journalist Against Apartheid (WAJAAP) 1985
Honorary Member National and Local Government Officers Association (NALGOA) Britain 1984
Honorary Life President Students' Union: London School of Economics and Political Science 1982
Honorary Life Member Students' union of University of London 1975
Honorary President Students' union, University of Leeds, Britain 1965
Honorary President Students Union University College London 1964


Ambassador of Conscience Award Amnesty International's 2006
Congressional Medal of Achievement Philippine Congress Manila 2004
Outstanding Children's Literary Work Robert Well Unites States 2003
First Annual King Shaka Award King Goodwill Zwelithini 2001
Honourable Fellow Magdalen College, Cambridge 2001
Honourable Queens Council (QC) Queen Elizabeth 2000
Congressional Gold Medal for being a Distinguished Citizen of the World US Congress 1998
Freedom of the City of Oxford 1997
Pierre de Coubertin International Fair Play Award International Olympic Committee 1997
Nobel Peace Prize (jointly with FW De Klerk) Nobel Awards 1993
Philadelphia Liberty Medal President Bill Clinton United States of America 1993
Nishana Pakistan 1992
International Peace Prize (jointly with FW De Klerk) United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 1991
Commander of the Order of Nigeria (only 2nd foreigner to receive award) Nigerian Government 1990
Lenin Peace Prize 1990
Dr Antonio Agostinho Neto Order People's Republic of Angola Angola 1990
Grand Commander of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Lagos, Nigeria Nigeria 1990
Agusto Cesa Sandino Award Daniel Ortega, President of Nicaragua Nicaragua 1989
Peace Prize Tipperary Peace Committee Ireland 1989
Freedom of the City of Harare Harare, Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 1989
Sakharov Prize European Parliament 1988
Bremen Solidarity Prize Federal Republic of Germany 1988
Freedom of the City of Dublin City of Dublin Dublin, Ireland 1988
Sakharov Prize 1988
Medal of Peace People of Levkada Greece 1988
United Nation's Human Rights Forth Award United Nations 1988
First person to receive the Freedom of the City of Sydney Sydney Sydney, Australia 1987
W E B DuBois International Medal National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People( NAACP) 1986
Alfonso Comin Foundation Peace Award Alfonso Comin Foundation Barcelona Spain 1986
Freedom of Borough of Islyn Islwyn, Wales Wales 1986
International Peace and Freedom Award Workers International Centre Stockholm, Sweden 1986
Third World Prize Strategic and International Studies Group Malaysia 1986
Freedom of the Municipality of KweKwe KweKwe, Zimbabwe 1986
The Third World Prize-Social and economic studies Third World Foundation London 1985
Freedom of the City of Hull Hull, United Kingdom Hull 1985
Ludovic-Trarieux International Human Rights Prize Human Rights Institute of the bar of Bordeaux Bordeaux, France 1985
Freedom of the City of Rio de Janeiro Brazil Rio de Janero, Brazil 1985
Diploma of Honour and Friendship University of Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janero, Brazil 1985
Playa Giro Award Fidel Castro 1984
Freedom of the City of Wijnegen Belgium Belgium 1984
Freedom of City of Aberdeen Aberdeen 1984
Simon Bolivar Prize United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 1983
Order of 'Star of International Friendship' in gold German Democratic Republic Germany 1983
Simon Bolivar International Prize UNESCO Caracas, Venezuela 1983
Freedom of the City of Glasgow scroll City of Glasgow Glasgow 1981
Dr Bruno Kreisky Prize for the field of Human Rights D Bruno Kreisky Vienna, Austria 1981
Jawaharlal Nehru Award India 1979

Anonymous said...



The Peace and Democracy,
For Singing about KILLING THE WHITES,
For the ANC still singing “shaya ma buru” all over South Africa today,
For all the GENOCIDE against WHITES since the ANC took over SA,
For all the MURDERING of the Whites in South Africa since the ANC took over SA,
For all the Farm attacks and Murders in South Africa,
For Promoting Hatred, Promoting Crime, Soliciting Murder,
For Aiding and Abetting in MURDER and ALL CRIME,
For being an Accessory Before the Fact,
For all the Crime in South Africa,
For the Torture and Brutal MURDER of Elderly Whites since the ANC took over SA,
For the 3000 WHITE FARMERS TORTURED AND BRUTALLY MURDERED BY BLACKS – South Africa – (during ANC 14 Years rule).
For the 89 MURDERS PER DAY in South Africa.
For the 67,000 BABIES RAPED by BLACK MEN, cases IN ONE YEAR,
For the Genocide and systematic eradication of Whites and White Farmers sponsored by the ANC and fuelled by their Racist Policies, Racist Songs and double standards legislation,
For the +-300,000 South Africans murdered from 1994 to 2008.
For the +-35,000 White South Africans murdered from 1994 to 2008.
For the ANC, one of the most CORRUPT GOVERNMENTS in the World,
For all the Bribery, Fraud, Theft and Corruption in South Africa since the ANC took over,
For all the Pollution everywhere,
For the Sewerage in our rivers,
For the Black Flags on our Beaches,
For the Air Pollution and the continued stench of URINE,
For the FREEDOM to sleep peacefully at night knowing our family is safe from Murderers, thieves and Criminals,
For conning all the STUPID WHITE LIBERALS

THANK YOU Nelson Mandela

THANK YOU Nelson Mandela we are eternally indebted to YOU

For this Mandela was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize ???????????

The Worlds Greatest “SPIN DOCTOR”

The Worlds Greatest “SPIN DOCTOR”


Nelson Mandela.

Mandela Speaking to reporters after singing to kill whites
Peace and Democracy???????????
The Worlds Greatest “SPIN DOCTOR”

There is NO crime problem in South Africa????
Murder, Crime, Rape, Genocide, South Africa.

Farm Murders in South Africa
Warning for over 18 year old viewers only.
You have to sign in to view.
Farm Murders in South Africa


Boer Genocide

You must go and look at all this.

South Africa is a Criminals Paradise.

The World cannot continue to turn a blind eye to the Atrocities being committed by BLACKS against the Whites and White Farmers in South Africa.

For being Mugged 5 times,
For being Robbed at GUN POINT,
For 3 Cars being Stolen,
For my car being broken into 18 times,
For my home being burglarized 9 times,
For +- R2.5 Million of my goods being STOLEN by Black Thieves,
Much Appreciated,
Will always be thinking of You,
Sleep Peacefully at night.
All the Best to YOU.

Best Regards,

Senior Complaints Investigator
Consumer Protection Guide (No Fear, No Favour)
Fair Civil Law

Anonymous said...

A White South African complaining about the fall of apartheid is like a Nazi complaining about the fall of Hitler. Please shut the "fill in the blank" up and thank the Blacks of South Africa for allowing you to live. I think the Blacks have been more than hospitable to you all. Now I gave you the benefit of the doubt until you started blaming your problems on Mandela, when you should have blamed your problems on F.W. DeKlerk. I met a white South African in America one day and I told him how his Furher SS Whining fellow white South Africans should be prosecuted for their apartheid crimes and deported. He didn't know what to say. You people are nothing but a bunch of whining losers who think you are suffering worst than everyone....I got news for you, YOU'RE NOT. You're the hate that hate created.

Anonymous said...

Peace and Democracy?????????????
The REAL Nelson Mandela, the Communist, Terrorist,
read: "Rivonia Operation Mayibuye" by Heinrich H. W. De Villiers
Nelson Mandela, BLACK RACIST HATE CRIMES AGAINST WHITES & WHITE FARMERS, the GENOCIDE, MURDERING and systematic eradication of Whites and White Farmers, sponsored by the ANC and fuelled by their Racist Policies, Racist Songs and double standards legislation since the ANC took over South Africa,

Gareth Thomas Searle said...

''once peaceful and prosperous South Africa''
you and your readers dribble is so mirred self appointed correctness its silly. Its similar to Mugabe and his cronies hanging out all day and blaming all thier woes on Britian.
Mandela is a fucken hero, he is the reason we didnt have a full out civil war in the country, he has more leadership in his pinkie than all of the world leaders rolled up together.
Anyway he doesnt need me to stick up for him, hes proved his worth.
I totally simpasise with the crime problem in SA but to call it a black , kaffir problem is just juvinile and simplistic.

farmgenocide said...

2980 WHITE FARMERS murdered by BLACKS in ongoing GENOCIDE farm attacks.


GENOCIDE South Africa


This is called Genocide, and it's a crime against humanity.

2,980th victim murdered in ongoing armed farm attacks against smallholdings and farms
Andre Bam, 26, killed in cold blood, dad Chris injured, Doornpoort AH, Pretoria - nothing robbed

July 29 2008 PRETORIA. During the night, at 02:30 a family at the agricultural holdings of Doornpoort near Pretoria - situated close to a temporary UN's refugee camp for foreign Africans -- was attacked at home by at least 3 armed black men.

The son, Andre Bam, 26, pictured here, was gunned down in cold blood.

farmgenocide said...


GENOCIDE South Africa 1994 to 2008_08_09


The genocide and systematic eradication of Whites and White Farmers sponsored by the ANC GOVERNMENT and fuelled by their Racist Policies, Racist Songs and double standards legislation.

Formal Complaint GENOCIDE against the ANC GOVERNMENT South Africa.

The South African ANC GOVERNMENT is Solely to blame for the genocide they have been inciting hatred against Whites and White farmers.

The ANC GOVERNMENT South Africa has been Promoting Crime, Promoting Racism, Promoting Hatred, and Soliciting Murder.

Aiding and Abetting in MURDER, Genocide of Whites and White Farmer and ALL CRIME.




The South Africa Constitutional Court Ruled that the ANC Government has a ”DUTY OF CARE to Protect ALL its Citizens”.

The ANC Government has Failed and or Refused to Protect ALL its Citizens.
In fact they have turned a Blind Eye to the GENOCIDE AGAINST WHITES which is obviously part of their secret hidden agenda to drive all Whites and White Farmers off their land.

Instead of Protecting ALL its Citizens the ANC Government has done the opposite they have passed laws making it very difficult for the Law Abiding Citizens to Protect themselves.

Law Abiding Citizens are sitting ducks when attacked by extremely well armed BLACK MURDERERS who have AK47 also R1 Machine Guns and 9mm pistols.
Inaction and turning a blind eye by the ANC Government is totally unacceptable



Please e-mail your formal Genocide, Murder, Rape, Crime complaint to
"OTP InformationDesk"

Please refer to The Hague:
Reference: OTP-CR-146/08
Snowy Smith, Fair Civil Law.

Office of The Prosecutor
International Criminal Court
The Hague, The Netherlands
Post Office Box 19519,
2500 CM The Hague,
The Netherlands


Evil prevails because good men do nothing.

You all have a very fast powerful tool at your disposal E-MAIL.

Its time to stand up and be counted.
Enough is Enough.

Please send your comments to:
Newspapers, TV in your Country.

Its time to Stand up and Be Counted.
You all have a very fast powerful tool at your disposal E-MAIL.
Evil prevails because good men do nothing.
GENOCIDE South Africa 1994 to 2008_08_09
+-300,000 South Africans murdered, +-35,000 White South Africans murdered.

The World cannot continue to turn a blind eye to the Atrocities being committed by Blacks against the Whites and White Farmers in South Africa.

Official complaint about the FARM GENOCIDE in South Africa

South Africa desperately needs your HELP.