Posted by: Gregoryno6 | December 12, 2013

A little more tarnish is appearing on that halo.

Hey, you missed a spot.

When Mass Murderers

And another…

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…
He supported Nigerian coup leader Sani Abacha, refusing to say a word publicly to stop the 1995 hanging of activist Ken Saro-Wiwa.

Whoops. Here’s a few more.

Meanwhile, at the funeral, the proper decorum and respect seem to be missing…

mandela funeral selfie

Kind of a party atmosphere there, don’t you think?

Perhaps they confused Nelson with Nillson.

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Responses

  1. Is that Black guy, mandela’s replacement? If not, he should be, favors him, don’t he..

  2. OH and that scowling bitch, is she Hutu or Tutsi?

    • Actually she’s Narsti.

      • In the Oxford dictionary, her photo is, THE definition of “Narsti”.

        She will be so glad when she is back in Africa

        • How could you be so unkind to such a good song?

          • LMFAO! But twue, so twue..

  3. Hi Greg

    You asked me in my Site for my view of Mandela and I said that I would leave it for later; the dog and pony show is drawing more attention than reality at the current moment but will hopefully when the old fraud is put to rest today.

    For starters I give you:

    Mandela and I by Buthelezi

    http://historymatters.co.za/mandela-and-i-mangosuthu-buthelezi/

    by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the man who should have been President of a United South Africa according to a fellow named Ike Jakson.

    How about another preliminary reply in the form of a short Post by the same fellow Jakson on the man Buthelezi??

    http://ikejakson.wordpress.com/2013/07/23/mangosuthu-buthelezi-the-man/

    History will take a long time to deliver a final verdict on Nelson Mandela. It won’t happen any time soon. I personally reckon South Africa will need at least two hundred years to rid the Country of his past.

    IkeJ

    • Ike, a cynic might think that your last sentence originally read ‘at least two hundred years to rid the Country of this pest.’

      • Good play on words, Greg, but if that be the case we will need at least five hundred years.


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