The two of them have a few things in common.    There are a few points – revolution – bombs – communism – power – destruction
Wat het die twee in gemeen?   Kommunisme – rewolusie – bomme plant – mag – vernietiging.

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2017 –   “South Africa is literally disintegrating.” Alex Newman, an award-winng international journalist, discusses communism in South Africa and anti-white genocide. Newman reveals the truth about “South African freedom fighter” Nelson Mandela and the “Rainbow Nation” he ruled. He looks at the prospect of persecuted white South Africans who may try to flee to the United States.


A Communist is a member of the Communist Party who understands and accepts the theory and practice of Marxism-Leninism as explained by Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin , and who subjects himself to the discipline of the Party.

The goal of Communism is a classless society based on the principle: from each according to his ability and to each according to his needs. The aim is to change the present world into a Communist world where there will be no exploiters and no exploited, no oppressor and oppressed, no rich and no poor. Communists fight for a world where there will be no unemployment, no poverty and starvation, disease and ignorance. In such a world there will be no capitalists, no imperialists, no fascists. There will be neither colonies nor wars.


NELSON Mandela is to be named as an MI6 agent who aided British intelligence officers with operations against Colonel Gadaffi’s Libyan weapons programmes, supplied his handlers with details of arms shipments to Ulster terrorists and allowed UK spying operations to be based in South Africa.

“Another MI6 catch was ANC leader Nelson Mandela. Whether Mandela was recruited in London before he was imprisoned in South Africa is not clear, but it is understood that on a recent trip to London he made a secret visit to MI6’s training section to thank the service for its help in foiling two assassination attempts directed against him soon after he became president.”

One of MI6’s biggest overseas stations is in South Africa. It was a key spy centre during the Cold War as Russia and America fought to take countries like neighbouring Mozambique and Angola into their sphere of influence. South Africa is also key to Britain’s economic interests because of its natural uranium, gold and platinum deposits.

Foreign analysts and African experts also claim that Mandela’s recruitment into MI6 is not only credible but will also have a seismic effect internationally.


VIDEO: Stefan Molyneux tells the monstrous but largely unknown truth about Winnie Mandela, who died this week at the age of 81. Nelson Mandela, contrary to popular belief and media coverage, was imprisoned for 27 years for running terror campaigns, and he pleaded guilty to 150 acts of public violence. The ANC is a hardcore communist party that demands complete obedience and takes its direction from marxists/Leninist who are estimated to have killed 100-million people. Mandela denied being a communist during his life but, after his death, it was revealed that he was a top leader in the communist party. Winnie Mandela was filmed advocating the torture and murder of those who opposed her. She was convicted of kidnapping, torturing, and murdering numerous men, women, and children, including a 14-year old boy who was tortured for days. Despite this, she held a high office in the ANC. Mainstream culture lionizes murderers like the Mandellas and has devolved into a culture of hate.


1990 Town Hall Meeting with Nelson Mandela on Palestine, Cuba and other issues The above video is a collection of extracts from a 1990 town hall meeting, held in New York City and chaired by Ted Koppel of ABC Networks. The meeting formed part Nelson Mandela’s first visit to the USA immediately following his release from prison. A significant part of the town hall meeting focused on Nelson Mandela’s advocating (on behalf of the African National Congress and the larger South African liberation struggle) for sanctions to be applied against Apartheid South Africa, his and the ANC’s support for the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) as well as his close friendship with Yasser Arafat (of Palestine) and Fidel Castro (of Cuba). The town hall meeting took place in 1990, long before the world had embraced Nelson Mandela as a “giant of justice”. However, even then, when it may have been unfashionable and unpopular to support the Palestinians against, what Mandela termed, Israeli “colonialism”, Mandela stood firm and resolute on his principles and the policies of the ANC – Mandela was, after all, conveying the long-standing positions held by the ANC and the larger South African liberation movement. Nelson Mandela supported the Palestinian struggle when it was unfashionable and unpopular, he was a true leader. Hamba Kahle Tata…


Nelson Mandela and his communist struggle – Nelson Mandela Biography Documentary


Winni Mandela’s marriage was not about “love” but the struggle
The Biography of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela,the ex wife of Nelson Mandela.




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Andrew Bolt: Winnie Mandela was a killer, not a hero

Mandela – “Madiba”

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Winnie and the Truth commission


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