Tuesday, May 3, 2011

ANC response to death of Osama Bin Laden

What a bunch of hypocrites! It is common knowledge by now that the ANC came to power by using indiscriminate acts of violence and barbaric cruelty. We tend to forget that at one point in time Nelson Mandela, together with several other members of the ANC, where flagged as “terrorists” on the terrorist watch-lists of the United States government. It was Howard Berman, a Jewish member of the U.S. Democratic Party, who pushed the bill to remove Mandela and other ANC leaders from the watch lists, with the hope of passing the bill before Mandela’s 90th birthday on July 18, 2008. (See news report here).

Yep, that’s right folks – Mandela and several members of the ANC were still classified by the United States government as terrorists, in the year 2008! The discovery of their names on the U.S. terrorist watch-lists caused considerable embarrassment, considering that the International Judaic had already transformed Mandela into an international symbol of freedom, by the year 1990, the very moment he stepped out of prison!

The worldview today is that it was the evil South African apartheid regime that placed the designation of “terrorist” on Mandela’s head, and not the United States government. This worldview not only creates the impression that the U.S. government were never really all that serious about keeping their terrorist watch-lists up-to-date, but also shows how easy worldview-perceptions can be manipulated to change in an instant!

These modern-day contradictions typify the confused mess this world has become. The now dead Osama Bin Laden was a known terrorist, and will remain a terrorist in the minds of most Westerners for many years to come. The untruthful concept that Mandela was not a terrorist but a freedom fighter, will be hammered into our heads for many years to come. Anyone who believes otherwise, despite the mountain of evidence proving the contrary, are labelled today as “crazy racists”, “rightwing fanatics”, “old-testament bible freaks”, “deaf and blind to the truth”, and so on... Many will argue that Mandela changed, and that “this great godly man” did it all by himself. They will not stop, for one moment, to think who changed Mandela, and why?

South Africa is in one hell of a confused state – to put it mildly, but so is the rest of the world! Most South African’s do not realize that this confused state was deliberately planned by the International Judaic – the real masters of the ANC government – and also the rest of this world. These are the vipers who decide who should be labelled as “terrorists” of this world and who should not! Although they have trained their servants well, to be masters of pretension and deception, they have not succeeded in fooling all of us – yet!

ANC response to death of Osama Bin Laden

Statement issued by Ebrahim Ebrahim, Head: International Relations, African National Congress, May 2 2011

The African National Congress (ANC) strongly subscribes to the notion that world problems cannot be resolved through violence, but through peaceful means. There can therefore, be no justification for the use of violence to resolve global challenges that we daily face - whether social, political or economic.

South Africa is today hailed as a model of a peaceful transition from the tyranny of apartheid to constitutional democracy because of our belief in resolving issues around the table and not through the bullet.

It is against this background that - while we have noted reports of the death of Osama Bin Laden - we hope that his death will greatly contribute towards a peaceful resolution in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan - countries that have seen high levels of conflict.

Source: politicsweb

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Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

When bin laden got to hell he asked satan where the virgins were. satan replied that mandela had not yet arrived...

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Macaw

Maybe he has gone, but they're keeping it a secret :)

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@TIA - sharp, very sharp. Nowadays, it is extremely difficult who to believe in the MSM. So many lies and counter lies...

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

'...because of our belief in resolving issues around the table and not through the bullet.'

Wow, now that is rich coming from the a n c

Keep up the excellent blog Tia!

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Who is the bigger ar*ehole, zuma or obama?

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