Remembering The Treacherous Nelson Mandela.

Some South Africans this days have gathered in Johannesburg and Soweto to remember their former leader, Nelson Mandela, who died last year aged 95.

Most of this South Africans out of abject ignorance payed tribute, danced and singed in front of Mr Mandela’s former home in Soweto throughout the night as flags flew at half mast after President Jacob Zuma announced his death in a late night national TV address last year.

Today these South Africans are shamelessly mourning in remembrance to a traitor who not only maintained imperial apartheid status quo ante indirectly but made sure South Africans economy, land and gold reserved remained in the hands of the whites invaders and minority.

We will remember that Mr Mandela spent 27 years in jail before becoming South Africa’s first African president in 1994. His administration was a guise to replaced the racist white-minority regime that had enforced segregation of Africans and white people in a policy known as apartheid.

For the past years Nelson Mandela lead South Africa, he was surrendered by the dictate of his masters and agreed a deal in which no action would be taken against any White man despite the atrocious crimes committed against the Africans of South Africa.

Mandela agreed that the White supremacists, who also have monopoly in the exploitation of its gold and diamond mines, would keep everything they had stolen and continue to manage the economy of the country. He also agreed to discontinue the nuclear weapons programme the Apartheid regime was pursuing with Apartheid Israel because they did not want nuclear weapons to fall into the hands of Black Africans. Upon this blue print, President Frederick Willem de Klerk announced the release of Nelson Mandela in February 1990, after 27 years of incarceration. Even though Mandela still Refused to renounce the armed struggle he committed himself to in the 1960’s because he said it was a purely defensive action against the violence of apartheid, to all practical purposes there was no need for it because he had already effectively sold his country to the oppressors and became the most revered African poodle in the hand of European imperialism.

In the New Statesman dated 10th April 2008, John Pilger commented : « I wondered how he [Mandela] had emerged from a quarter century of incarceration as a sane, rounded, tolerant and gracious human being. »Without adequate time for rehabilitation, Mandela was elected President of the ANC in 1991, and took part in the country’s first multi-party elections in 1994 when he was elected President of South Africa after he was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 with Apartheid President F W de Klerk. The South Africans were an exhausted and traumatised people under decades of Apartheid, and they were more concerned with its abolition than with Nelson Mandela who was a mere figure head.

Mandela only remained President for five years (1994 – 1999) after which Thabo M’beki became President. Mandela was clearly a failure to Africans and Pan Africans, but a success to Europeans. This is also why he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

The European puppet, Nelson Mandela is seen by renown pan Africans and many learned Africans as a TRAITOR and a European agent at the back and call of White European supremacists. He is no Gbagbo, Mugabe, Sankara or Lumumba who are real leaders with deep sense of values.

Mandela is subservient to his European masters who with his consent, uses him as a pawn to influence world affairs in their favour. From his early release, instead of concerning himself with the monumental tasks within his own country, especially having been in prison for 27 years and totally disoriented, he indulged in overseas missions at the behest of his masters.

In 1999, Mandela agreed to intermediate between Israel, another ally of Apartheid South Africa, and its neighbours. During his visit to Iran (not truly a neighbour of Israel!), he was more concerned with the fate of the 13 Jews accused of spying for Israel and the United States. As a ‘supporter’ of the Palestinian struggle, Mandela said that Israel should withdraw to pre-1967 borders, but at the same time, he was effectively against such withdrawal unless Arab States recognised the Apartheid State in Palestine, and he saw Israel as an « economic powerhouse » in the Middle East. He makes no mention of the theft of Palestinian lands, the holocaust and exodus of the Palestinian people, let alone the will of Palestinians.

Although Mandela criticised American venture in Iraq and for undermining the United Nations, he fails to ask himself of what good were the UN during all the years of South African Apartheid. He is not going to occupied Iraq, Afghanistan, Kashmir and Diego Garcia because this is not in the interests of his masters.

Nelson Mandela’s statue is today in Parliament Square, which many Africans regard as Apartheid Square, where he joins the Mothers of Apartheid. During the unveiling ceremony of his statue on 29th August 2007, Mandela said with shocking callousness : We half-joked that we hoped that one day a statue of an African would be erected here alongside that of General Smuts.
General Ian Smuts was the leader of the Boers and a racist who practiced segregation in South Africa. Strangely, Mandela is not speaking out against economic Apartheid, land Apartheid and justice for South Africans, but about some vague freedom all around the world.

Today, Winnie Mandela continue to accuses Nelson of ‘betraying’ the Africans of South Africa. In a brave attack, Winnie Mandela said he had done nothing for the poor and should not have accepted the Nobel peace prize with the man who jailed him, FW de Klerk.
The 73-year-old said her ex-husband had become a ‘corporate foundation’ who was ‘wheeled out’ only to raise money for the ANC party he once led.

Nelson Mandela and wife Winnie once walk hand-in hand with after Mandela’s release from prison said: ‘This name Mandela is an albatross around the necks of my family.
‘You all must realise that Mandela was not the only man who suffered. There were many others, hundreds who languished in prison and died.

Mandela did go to prison and he went in there as a young revolutionary but look what came out, a traitor, a shame to pan Africans and Africans in general.
‘Mandela let us down. He agreed to a bad deal against South Africans, economically we are still on the outside.
The economy is very much ‘white’.
‘I cannot forgive him for going to receive the Nobel with his jailer de Klerk. Hand in hand they went. Do you think de Klerk and his imperialist European cohorts released him from the goodness of his heart?

The times dictated it, the world had changed. ‘I told him that he and his other like-minded traitors were only sitting there because of our struggle. Look what they make him do. The great Mandela. He has no control or say any more. They put that huge statue of him right in the middle of the most affluent white area of Johannesburg. Not here [in Soweto] where we spilled our blood. ‘Mandela is now like a corporate foundation. He is wheeled out globally to collect the money.’http://www.afraka.com/newthread.php?do=newt-hread&f=13

On A Personal Note: I have for many years been studying the revolution in South Africa and the movements leaders. The one sure lesson that life has taught me is that “white people and white media ONLY EMBRACE AND SUPPORT YOU WHEN YOU ARE NO LONGER A THREAT TO THEM ECONOMICALLY, POLITICALLY,
EDUCATIONALLY OR SOCIALLY. IT IS ONLY WHEN THEY HAVE FOUND A WAY TO USE YOU TO THEIR ADVANTAGE THAT THEY EVEN EMBRACE YOU AT ALL. I MUST APOLOGIZE BEFORE THIS STATEMENT TO ALL WHO CAN NOT OR DO NOT HAVE THE VISION OR FIRE IN THEIR HEARTS OR SOULS TO UNDERSTAND WHAT I AM ABOUT TO SAY;
GEORGE W. BUSH CAN NOT BUST ME UP SIDE MY HEAD, KILL MY PEOPLE, DESTROY MY LANDS, KILL MY CHILDREN AND ELDERS… LOCK ME UP IN PRISON FOR 27 YEARS AND THEN GET ME TO MAKE A DEAL WITH HIM FOR MY RELEASE FROM PRISON PROVIDING THAT HE GETS TO KEEP ALL THE GOLD MINES, THE DIAMOND MINES, THE LAND, THE NUCLEAR REACTORS AND CONTROL THE ECONOMY OF MY COUNTRY AND PEOPLE AND THEN I EXPECT MY PEOPLE TO LOOK AT ME AS THEIR LEADER OR LIBERATOR!!!

*COMRADES, IF I DID NOT TAKE BACK MY LAND THAT THEY TOOK… THE WEALTH OF DIAMONDS AND GOLD THAT THEY TOOK, THE ENERGY OF NUCLEAR REACTORS THAT THEY TOOK AND NO ONE IS BEING PUNISHED THAT COMMITTED THE GENOCIDE AGAINST MY PEOPLE… JUST WHAT DID I DO FOR MY PEOPLE, IF NOT A TRAITOR I AM?

Ejike Iloduba, Fatou Toure, Ajua Martey, Star Bwoy Spoilaz, Lanette Ma’at-Hotep Speaks.
@Pan African Liberation Movement[PALM].https://m.facebook.com/panafricanliberationmovement?_e_pi_=7%2CPAGE_ID10%2C1870716091

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