Mandela – Culture Watch

CultureWatch blogger Bill Muehlenberg also has strong reservations about Mandela, citing South African missionary Dr. Peter Hammond, who notes that “Mandela was the head of the military wing of the African National Committee (ANC),” which Hammond referred to as “the abortion, necklacing and corruption party.” The victims of Mandela’s bombs included men, women, and children—both black and… Continue reading Mandela – Culture Watch

Mandela and the Elders 2007

Nelson Mandela 'founded' The Elders in Johannesburg on his 89th birthday, 18 July 2007, after the idea was brought to him by the entrepreneur Richard Branson and the musician Peter Gabriel. With the help of Graça Machel and Desmond Tutu, he brought together ten ‘Elders’ – independent, progressive leaders committed to peace, justice and human rights – to work together on global… Continue reading Mandela and the Elders 2007

Mandela’s military training

A grim revolutionary war started in Algeria in 1954 between the indigenous Arab population, mainly represented by the Algerian National Liberation Front (FLN), and the French on behalf of the white settlers. The casualties numbered around 300 000 with two million Algerians displaced and one million settlers returning to France.    Mandela was an ardent freedom fighter in the early… Continue reading Mandela’s military training

Mandela and his guests

On 31 March 1982 Mandela was transferred to Pollsmoor Prison in Cape Town with Sisulu, Mhlaba and Mlangeni. Kathrada joined them in October. When he returned to the prison in November 1985 after prostate surgery, Mandela was held alone. Justice Minister Kobie Coetsee visited him in hospital. Later Mandela initiated talks about an ultimate meeting… Continue reading Mandela and his guests

Jayendra Naidoo

Involved in the Arms deals - "on behalf of the presidents" office (Mandela was the president)...  various links together Jayendra Naidoo The Government Employees Pension Fund’s (GEPF) R4.3bn investment in Steinhoff’s empowerment shareholder, Lancaster, which is partially owned by Pepkor Holdings chair Jayendra Naidoo, was rendered worthless after the 2017 accounting scandal wiped off about R200bn of… Continue reading Jayendra Naidoo

ongoing Revolution in South Africa

  FAILED   "RAINBOW NATION" Daar was nog nooit so iets soos 'n reënboognasie nie - net in die liberale blanke en kommunisme se onderbewussyn.   Al swart wat mens ook sien is die wat al die skades aanrig en verbrand ... swart bemagtiging wat die ekonomie uitroei .... KILLINGS - FARM MURDERS AND ATTACKS VIDEO https://www.bitchute.com/video/2d0tv1mxAdqW/… Continue reading ongoing Revolution in South Africa

“Zulu kingdom” Ingonyama Trust

During the Kodesa negotiations there were agreements to sign "peace on the table" - Ingonyama Trust and Ingonyama trust legislation.  After 1994 other legislation, like those for the Khoi khoi and San as well as the separate CPA legislation, where certain people have the opportunity to claim land and rule there own "chiefdoms" or whatever… Continue reading “Zulu kingdom” Ingonyama Trust