Someone who brought out the best in people

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Guest post from The Traitor Within

In October 2013, the following statistics could be seen at the ‘Genocide Watch’web site:

“Since 1994, (when Nelson Mandela was elected President) more than 70,000 (and counting) white South Africans have been murdered of which more than 4,000 were commercial farmers.”

Less than 8,000 black people were killed extra-judicially during more than four decades of apartheid.
On 10 September 2009, The Daily Mail told us this this:

“Since the mid-Nineties, 900,000 mainly white South Africans have emigrated from South Africa, about 20 per cent of the white population, most of them due to soaring crime rates.”

On 30 October 1999. The Daily Mail’s Ross Benson reported thus:

“The nation the Queen so warmly welcomed back into the Commonwealth, and will visit again in a few weeks’ time, is now half a decade into majority rule. In that short period it has contrived to make itself the most dangerous place on earth.
A woman is raped every 28 seconds, qualified doctors are leaving in droves, while beggars and goats have set up home in the marble foyers of derelict banks. South Africa today has become a nation on the edge of self-destruction.
Farmers are butchered in their fields. The parks and beaches have become killing fields. Car-jackings with mind-numbing violence are a daily occurrence. The murder rate is running at 27,000 a year…
I have seen cities abandoned in war. This is the first city I have ever seen abandoned to the barbarians in time of peace.
The government has lost the battle of the streets but they have control of parliament, and they have used their power to pass legislation aimed specifically at one ethnic group.”

Mandela left office in June 1999, after serving as President for five years.
On 29 July 1999, Ross Benson’s rape claim had previously been enunciated by Reverend Barbara Harris at the Church of the Advocate in Philadelphia:

“South Africa is… one of the ‘rape capitals’ of the world, where a woman is raped every 26 seconds.”

She then added:

“Women in some parts of the country are still being accused of being witches and killed as a result of such accusations.”

At Melbourne’s Herald Sun, Andrew Bolt, ‘Australia’s most read columnist,’ tells us this:

“Mandela was no Christ nor even Gandhi nor Martin Luther King. He was for decades a man of violence. In 1961, he broke with African National Congress colleagues who preached non-violence, creating a terrorist wing. He later pleaded guilty in court to acts of public violence, and behind bars sanctioned more, including the 1983 Church St car bomb that killed 19 people…
Mandela even suggested cutting off the noses of blacks deemed collaborators. His then wife Winnie advocated ‘necklacing’ instead, a burning tyre around the neck.”

At the Censorbugbear web site, the following list of terrorist atrocities perpetrated by the ANC is cited.

“1981 – 2 car bombs at Durban showrooms 1983 – Church Street Bomb (killed 19, wounded 217) 1984 – Durban car bomb (killed 5, wounded 27) 1985-1987 – At least 150 landmines on farm roads (killed 125) 1985 – Amanzimtoti Sanlam shopping centre bomb (killed 2 white women, 3 white children) 1986 – Magoo’s Bar bomb (killed 3, wounded 69) 1986 – Newcastle Court bomb (wounded 24) 1987 – Johannesburg Court bomb (killed 3, wounded 10) 1987 – Wits command centre car bomb (killed 1, wounded 68) 1988 – Johannesburg video arcade (killed 1 unborn baby, wounded 10) 1988 – Roodepoort bank bomb (killed 4, wounded 18) 1988 – Pretoria Police housing unit, 2 bombs (wounded 3) 1988 – Magistrate’s Court bomb (killed 3) 1988 – Benoni Wimpy Bar bomb (killed 1, wounded 56) 1988 – Witbank shopping centre bomb (killed 2, wounded 42) 1988 – Ellis Park Rugby Stadium car bomb (killed 2, wounded 37) Late 1980s – numerous Wimpy Restaurant bombs (killed many, wounded many)”

Censorbugbear adds:

“In his book, ‘Long Walk to Freedom,’ Mandela writes that as a leading member of the ANC’s executive committee… he had ‘personally signed off’ in approving these acts of terrorism…
The late SA president P.W. Botha told Mandela in 1985 that he could be a free man as long as he did just one thing: ‘publicly renounce violence’. Mandela refused. That is why Mandela remained in prison… Mandela never publicly renounced violence…
When Mandela was arrested, the following bombing materials were found on the farm where he stayed:
210,000 hand grenades 48,000 anti-personnel mines 1,500 time devices 144 tons of ammonium nitrate 21,6 tons of aluminium powder 1 ton of black powder.”

In order that the majority never get to see the true picture, the Western World’s leaders will always keep as much of it as they can hidden from view. We are presented with a jigsaw from which the largest and most crucial piece is missing. How else could they get away with this?

On 6 December 2013, the day after Mandela died, Tony Blair said this in an interview with the BBC:

“He was one of those people who was absolutely as good as you hoped he would be… He was someone who brought out the best in people.”

Was he as ‘good’ as all the dead white folks ‘hoped he would be,’ Tony? Did he ‘bring out the best’ in their black killers?
On BBC World TV, Blair added:

“As a leader, he was just a huge inspiration… he was such an example for reconciliation, forgiveness… He made racism seem somehow stupid and old-fashioned and irrelevant, as well as, wrong…
His greatness as a leader was so obvious, he just stood frankly taller than anyone else.”

Tell that to the dead baby, you creep.
At the national memorial service for Mandela in the FNB stadium, Johannesburg, Barack Obama described ‘Madiba’ as ‘the last great liberator of the 20th century… a giant of history, who moved a nation towards justice.’

A giant? The bloke who ordered all the innocent shoppers blown up? The bloke in charge when all those white people were being murdered? Did he do anything to stop the slaughter whilst he was President? Did he ever tell the slaughters to stop what they were doing?
If he did, wouldn’t we have heard about it? I mean the media would have banging the drum as nauseam for the ‘giant… the last great liberator of the 20th century’ dispensing ‘justice’ to all his adoring white constituents, now wouldn’t it?
Instead of which more than 60 white South Africans were murdered by Blacks in June and July of this year alone. Oh no. Not one ‘giant’ peep did we hear from Nelson or the Western media when all the dead, white bodies were piling up.
Mandela’s ‘justice’ never extended much further than the media and political spin, I reckon.

On 5 December, U.N. Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, also said Mandela was a ‘giant.’ 
A ‘giant for justice,’ to be precise. He added:

“Let us continue each day to be inspired by Nelson Mandela’s lifelong example, to keep working for a better and more just world”.

What example did he inspire the black savages who murdered this schoolboy with, Mr Moon? Don’t you care about the ‘more than 70,000 white South Africans’ whom those now living in Mandela’s ‘just world’ murdered?
Here’s a selection of ghastly, PC botwaggery evidenced in the Western media since the 5th of December:

The Queen: “His legacy is the peaceful South Africa we see today.”

‘Peaceful,’ your Maj? I’m afraid you are talking out of your right royal behind!

David Cameron: “A great light has gone out in the world. Nelson Mandela was a hero of our time. I’ve asked for the flag at No. 10 to be flown at half mast.”

Did you or any other botwags ask for the flag to be flown at half mast for any of the aforementioned 70,000 white victims, Dave? For that matter, have you ever flown the flag thus for any of the white victims of interracial savagery in this country?
It’s all gone quiet over there.

Ed Miliband: “The world has lost the global hero of our age. Nelson Mandela showed us the true meaning of courage, hope, and reconciliation.”

Ed’s dad was best friends with the Jewish gent, Jo Slovo, another murderous ANC Communist. Check out who Dave Miliband chose as his choice of great life for BBC Radio’s ‘Great Lives’ series here.

George W. Bush: “President Mandela was one of the great forces for freedom and equality of our time… Our world is better off because of his example. This good man will be missed but his contributions will live on forever.”

He didn’t think much of you, Georgie. Check out one of the more righteous opinions of the ‘great force’, here

Stephen Fry: “Madiba dead. One of the greatest ever to share the planet with us.”

Oh yes. A gay, Jew luvvie would say that, wouldn’t he? All the dead, white people? Who cares about them! All the rape, violence and white flight? Only the ‘greatest’ could achieve so much!

Jose Manuel Barroso (EU’s Commie boss): “Mandela changed course of history for his people, country, continent and the world.”

Nah! You’re ‘avin a larf, Jose! You New World Order elitists, Commies and bankers changed the world. Mandela was, is and always will be a tool in the PC armoury, nothing more.

Alex Salmond: “With the passing of Nelson Mandela, the world has lost a towering statesman and the outstanding political leader of his generation.”

And the dead white people, Alex? What did the towering statesman do for them?

Ed Balls:“Seeing Nelson Mandela walking free is one of the great moments of my life.”

Seeing a Communist terrorist, responsible for the death and injury of so many ‘walking free’ was a ‘great moment?’ Oh, I was forgetting. you’re a top table New Labour globalist. That explains it.

David Beckham: “My heart goes out to the people in South Africa… We have lost a true gentleman… It was truly an honour to have known a man who had genuine love for so many people.”

What about all the dead white folks, Dave? Did he have any ‘genuine love’ for them?

Bono: “Nelson Mandela showed us how to love rather than hate… As an activist, I have pretty much been doing what Nelson Mandela tells me since I was a teenager.”

Oh really? And how many white people has the publicity-hungry pop Messiah blown up recently?

Geri Halliwell: “RIP Nelson Mandela, it was a absolute honour to meet such an inspiring man, he was amazing, incredibly charming and warm.”

Terrorists, Communists, bomb-planters and genocide tolerating Presidents do have an ability to charm the starstruck groupie, the gormless teletubbie and the over-promoted slapper. This we know.

Eddie Izzard: “Nelson Mandela gives us a legacy that all of humanity can aspire to. Read his story for he might be the greatest person that has ever lived.”

Just about the most foetid, PC sh*tlump at the end of Dung Alley, Izzard excels himself here. Take a look at what else the unfunny, self-promoting weirdo thinks.

Billy Bragg:Mandela was our leader, his struggle our struggle.”

Red Wedge apostle of everything alien and Brit-loathing, Bragg struggling for breath at the end of a rope is a favourite fantasy of mine.

William Hague: “Nelson Mandela was one of the greatest moral and political leaders of our time.”

Despite all the rape, killing, white flight and degeneracy.
Thus spake our Foreign Secretary.

Naomi Campbell: “Nelson Mandela has stood as a figure of strength, hope, freedom, selflessness and love… he was my mentor, my honorary grandfather, my Tata.”


Bill Clinton: “Today the world has lost one of its most important leaders and one of its finest human beings. And Hillary, Chelsea and I have lost a true friend.”

Yes, similar types do tend to hang out together. Remind me again, Bill, how may Iraqi Children died on your watch?

Bill Gates: “We left each visit inspired and more optimistic about the opportunity to improve the lives of the poor throughout the world…. Nelson Mandela was tireless in his pursuit of equality and justice for all people.”

For the white victims, too, Bill? You do surprise me. As you would them also. If they weren’t dead.

Justin Welby: “South Africa has lost its greatest citizen and its father. Nelson Mandela… is freed to be with his God in joy and reward for his great service and sacrifice… We are challenged to show the same degree of humanity, of courage and of generosity.”

The Archbishop of Canterbury thinks all the dead white people and all the raped and victimised signify ‘great service and sacrifice… humanity’ and ‘generosity?’ 
That’ll be the half-Jewish oilman bit of our holiest cleric speaking, methinks.

Boris Johnson: “When the definitive history of our time is written, the name Mandela will stand taller than most, perhaps tallest of them all.”

Oh, f*** off, you silly, fat, toffee-nosed, vote-sniffing absurdity!

Alicia Keys: “Deeply saddened by the profound loss of Nelson Mandela. His legacy lives forever and inspires us all.”

And the dead white folks? Does their loss sadden you too, Alicia?

Jane Fonda: “Mandela gone. Heartbroken. Knew him. Loved him. He embodied power of forgiveness. Huge loss. Let’s learn from his example.”

Thus C-movied a faded, plastic wallflower, hanging on by her bright Red gums.

Oprah Winfrey: “One of the great honors of my life was to be invited to Nelson Mandela’s home, spend private time and get to know him.”

Not surprising, is it? Just recently she said that we old white patriotic types ‘just have to die!’

Britney Spears: “Nelson Mandela was a true inspiration to all humanity. He will truly be missed.”

On-message as ever, the pumped-up media clot, who thought the invasion of Iraq was fab, (‘we should just trust our president in every decision he makes and should just support that’) nails it for the sheeple-makers yet again.

Lady Gaga: “It is such a sad yet beautiful moment that Nelson Mandela has passed. A time to celebrate him & remember his contributions to humankind.”

Little Ms Horrible obviously doesn’t include white South Africans in her ‘humankind’ considerations.

Prince William: “what an extraordinary and inspiring man Nelson Mandela was.”

The murder of innocent white people inspires you, Billy? That’s your future King speaking, ladies and gents.

Paul Boateng: “You always have to see Nelson Mandela as at the summit of a very special movement.”

Boateng, a former British High Commissioner to South Africa and the first ever black Cabinet Minister (in Tony Blair’s government) thinks the ANC is a ‘very special movement?’ Check the ANC bigwigs, Nelson Mandela included, singing a ‘death to Whitey’ song in the video at the bottom of the page.

Prince Charles: “The embodiment of courage and reconciliation… the world has lost an inspired leader and a great man.”

What about all the dead white folks, Charlie?

Nick Clegg: “Uphold the values that he literally put his life on the line for, of compassion, of equality and humanity”.

Compassion and humanity for whom, Nick? For all the dead white folks?

There are thousands of obscene New World Order Machiavellians who know the actual score and an equal number of mindlessly unquestioning fashion followers, whose comments could be presented here. 
As I don’t have the time or the inclination to expose any more of their wagtail eulogies, the rest you must discover for yourself.
In the meantime, the YouTube video below should alert you further to the actuality that final three of the above contributors would admit to or have you made aware of.
Congratulations to them for the courage to abjure the fashionable dishonesty of the times.