Nelson Mandela, the Living Saint Dies. Saint? Not! Yet Another Deception by Omission

Sunday I went an NFL game with my son and nephews. Can you attend any major professional sports game these days without having some kind of political message slipped in? Hardly.

So, before the game began we were instructed to take a moment in silence to honor this departed hero. Nelson Mandela, at the football game? I came to watch the game, not get propagandized. Hero? For whom I ask? Tens of thousands of fans expected to accept (and most probably unthinkingly do) the “fact” that Mandela was such a gift to humanity. Well, was he really? Let’s look beyond the onslaught of media and political hype and see.

First of all, couched within the hype there were a few unintended truths that somehow managed to escape the censor’s vigilance.

After Mandela’s death Gregory Warner of NPR (National Public Radio, highly biased towards globalism and liberal views) reported:

“Consumer confidence here is at a 20-year low. That means that at no time since Mandela became president have South Africans been more pessimistic about their economic future. Mandela once said that he was stubborn for peace. But Zulu worries that, two decades after apartheid, South Africans are losing patience with the pace of change.”

The Associated Press reported:

“Mandela told business leaders in Cape Town shortly before the 1994 election that the country was struggling with high unemployment, low investment and growth rates and an income distribution system that was “terribly skewed” toward whites.

That imbalance is still in force, according to Julius Malema, the expelled head of the ANC’s youth league and now leader of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters party. The upstart party seeks to harness the poor’s discontent, and Malema has said it is time to redistribute wealth.

“All evidence of the past 20 years reveal the simple reality that those who had to take forward the struggle for economic freedom did not do so,” the party said in a tribute to Mandela, in an indirect criticism of the revered leader.”

AP also reported:

“Despite his saintly image, Mandela could be harsh. When black journalists mildly criticized his government, he painted them as stooges of the whites who owned the media. Whites with complaints wereNelson_Mandela_and_Castro sometimes dismissed as pining for their old privileges. To critics of his closeness to Fidel Castro and Moammar Gadhafi, Mandela insisted he wouldn’t forsake supporters of the anti-apartheid struggle.”

It is said that you know a man by his friends. Nelson’s buds, Castro the avowed Marxist and Gadhafi, the dictator?

Obama Praise (See related videos below)

Of course, the current Marxist in Office expressed how Mandela served as an inspirational role model even comparing him to George Washington. What would one expect from one collectivist supporting another right?

“At his trial in 1964, Nelson Mandela closed his statement from the dock saying, ‘I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and to achieve. But if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die.’

“And Nelson Mandela lived for that ideal, and he made it real. He achieved more than could be expected of any man. Today, he has gone home. And we have lost one of the most influential, courageous, and profoundly good human beings that any of us will share time with on this Earth. He no longer belongs to us — he belongs to the ages.”

Gee, for a guy who Obama claims contributed so much, why are they reporting such little progress in South Africa I wonder. Perhaps, the following YouTube video will give us a clue:

Was Nelson really a Communist? For an excellent article on that issue with links to substantiating documents, please read the following article,  “Saint” Mandela? Not So Fast!

Oh my, what deception the public allows themselves to be subjected to! We have allowed ourselves to become a pack of non-thinking saps conditioned by a Corporate controlled media and the banksters who own it. Are we still the same suckers that bought the Change We Need garbage from the current liar in chief. You know, Yes We Can and all the rest of the complete nonsense and pack of lies called a campaign.Nelson Mandela

The Mandela image is the same fraudulent charade as Obama was and still is. Are we simply going to accept it all at face value and allow our thinking to be conditioned by the media? Unfortunately, most probably will. That is to me, the real tragedy, not Mandela’s death. Very sad.

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