Nelson Mandela Sings “Kill the Whites”

Tonight the world became a little bit better place – one of the fossils of the communist era has finally died. The departure of Nelson Mandela closes a dark page in Africa’s history and opens an even darker page for the white people, who have the misfortune to live in the racist paradise of the African National Congress. The next chance to breathe with such relief will be when the ancient commie Castro dies.

I am writing an obituary for Comrade Mandela, but as it is the case with sinister figures like him, it will take some time to list and analyze his deeds. For now, my tribute will be limited to a video where Chairman Mandela sings with his comrades. It’s an old revolutionary South African song, whose main message is to kill the whites. Under Mandela’s leadership that wish has been fulfilled many times over.

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  1. The Lone Ranger says:

    The nauseating tributes paid to this convicted terrorist has left me feeling sick to my stomach. The world compares Mandela to Gandhi, but the comparisons don’t even come close.

    Since 1994, 68,000 whites have been brutally tortured and murdered by blacks in South Africa, in ways too gruesome to describe, including almost 4,000 Boers whose farms were confiscated by savage murderers, a combined area of over 25,000 square miles.

    Contrary to popular belief, the vast majority of blacks in South Africa aren’t natives, but came by the millions from neighboring countries only after the white Boers created a country with a thriving economy, education opportunities and medical benefits.

    Under white rule, blacks in South Africa enjoyed better living conditions than any other African country, where blacks kill each other in tribal warfare.

    In 1994, the same year Mandela took power, the Hutu tribe killed 800,000 Tutsis in Rwanda. Similar tribal genocides have taken place in Congo, Somalia, Ethiopia, Chad, Mali, Zimbabwe, Angola and many more African countries. Tribal savagery and genocide has always been a way of life for Africans.

    Since Mandela took over, South Africa has become a Third World country. It went from being the safest country in Africa, to being the rape and murder capital of the world. In Johannesburg, 5,000 people are murdered every year – an average of 4,500 murders more in ONE CITY in a nation of 48,000 people, compared to the whole of Canada with a population of 35 million. Unemployment went from 5% in 1994 to 50% today.

    From Wikipedia: Working as a lawyer, he was repeatedly arrested for seditious activities and, with the ANC leadership, was unsuccessfully prosecuted in the Treason Trial from 1956 to 1961. Although initially committed to non-violent protest, he co-founded the militant Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) in 1961 in association with the South African Communist Party, leading a sabotage campaign against the apartheid government. In 1962 he was arrested, convicted of conspiracy to overthrow the government, and sentenced to life imprisonment in the Rivonia Trial.

    According to Nelson Mandela, all of the founding members of the MK, including himself, were also members of the ANC. In his famous “I am prepared to die” speech, Mandela outlined the motivations which led to the formation of the MK:
    Landmark events in MK’s military activity inside South Africa consisted of actions designed to intimidate the ruling power. In 1983, the Church Street bomb was detonated in Pretoria near the South African Air Force Headquarters, resulting in 19 deaths and 217 injuries. During the next 10 years, a series of bombings occurred in South Africa, conducted mainly by the military wing of the African National Congress.

    In the Amanzimtoti bomb on the Natal South Coast in 1985, five civilians were killed and 40 were injured when MK cadre Andrew Sibusiso Zondo detonated an explosive in a rubbish bin at a shopping centre killing five people, including three children, shortly before Christmas. In a submission to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), the ANC stated that Zondo acted on orders after a recent SADF raid in Lesotho.

    A bomb was detonated in a bar on the Durban beach-front in 1986, killing three civilians and injuring 69. Robert McBride received the death penalty for this bombing which became known as the “Magoo’s Bar bombing”. Although the subsequent Truth and Reconciliation Committee called the bombing a “gross violation of human rights”,McBride received amnesty and became a senior police officer.

    In 1987, an explosion outside a Johannesburg court killed three people and injured 10; a court in Newcastle had been attacked in a similar way the previous year, injuring 24. In 1987, a bomb exploded at a military command centre in Johannesburg, killing one person and injuring 68 personnel.

    The bombing campaign continued with attacks on a series of soft targets, including a bank in Roodepoort in 1988, in which four civilians were killed and 18 injured. Also in 1988, in a bomb detonation outside a magistrate’s court killed three. At the Ellis Park rugby stadium in Johannesburg, a car bomb killed two and injured 37 civilians. A multitude[citation needed] of bombs in “Wimpy Bar” fast food outlets and supermarkets occurred during the late 1980s, killing and wounding many people. Wimpy were specifically targeted because of their perceived rigid enforcements of many Apartheid-era laws, including excluding people of colour from their restaurants. Several other bombings occurred, with smaller numbers of casualties.

    Landmine campaign

    From 1985 to 1987, there also was a campaign to place anti-tank mines in rural roads in what was then the Northern Transvaal. This tactic was abandoned due to the high rate of civilian casualties—especially amongst black labourers. The ANC estimated 30 landmine explosions resulting in 23 deaths, while the government submitted a figure of 57 explosions resulting in 25 deaths.

    Torture and executions

    The TRC found that torture was “routine” and was official policy – as were executions “without due process” at ANC detention camps particularly in the period of 1979–1989.

    Final Note: Mandela never apologized for any of these bombings. Nor did he condemn his wife Winnie, the “mother of the nation” for encouraging the murders of other blacks by ‘necklacing,’ in which a tire tube filled with petrol would be placed around the victims neck and set alight. More recently, the world watched on their TV screens around the world as blacks from Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Nigeria who were living in South Africa, were attacked an murdered by machete-armed members of the ANC youth wing who called their fellow Africans as “foreigners.”

    Finally, just the other day I saw video footage of a young white woman in the “rainbow nation” who was lying on a road after being stripped naked, raped and beaten by black savages, some who continued the abuse as she lay helpless and probably dying. I was tempted to put the link here, but I am still very angry and upset at what I saw.

    This is the legacy of a man who became a murdering terrorist in the name of peace & justice. No doubt there will be legions of young people who will proudly wear tee shirts with Mandela’s image on them, just as they do with another communist murderer, Che Guevara.

    1. admiwrath says:

      Excellent information – it will be useful for the Mandela “obituary” I am writing now.

  2. Xanthippa says:

    Completely agree with you and The Lone Ranger: everyone swooning over Mandela has blood on their hands for lionizing a terrorist and legitimizing terrorism for political ends.

    1. admiwrath says:

      Most people don’t have the courage to condemn evil, especially when it is sugarcoated.

  3. John Public says:

    Hey look, a bunch of racist clown COWARDS

    Mandela had more courage and integrity in his feces than you have in your entire family.


    A pox on you and yours, you fucking losers.

    1. admiwrath says:

      Hey look, you lefty retard. Under the hapless leadership of Mandela (while he was in power) more white and black people were killed than in all years of apartheid. Now the number is much higher. And you have no problem with him singing to kill the whites? No surprise here.

      1. Canis Lupus says:

        I was born in the era of Mandela. My parents came to South Africa shortly after he was releassed. he was a blessing for South Africa. My parents lived in the black part of the city and we weren´t attacked. The people, especially the blacks were nice to us and we lived in peace. This was only possible, because Mandela extended his Hand towards the whites and prevented the radical blacks of erradicating the white culture in South Africa. You weren´t there in that time. It was the best thing that could have happened to that nation. Madiba was a great man. I won´t allow some racists to twist everything he did into a false context.
        The video shows Mandela singing a MK song. its Khosa and it described the sstruggle against the boers. Yes. But at the end you hear them say something like amanxa “power” and the people answered “to the people”. Does this really sound s wrong. I mean your whole blogs are full of hate. You of all peopl should understand them singing such songs. the funny part is that Mandelas actions were so different. So a song is enough to make him a racist? He changed after getting arrested. He healed South Africa

      2. admiwrath says:

        He didn’t heal anything – the black racism is still rampant and the white people are still being raped and killed. The South African army and economics are ruined. The unemployment rate is much higher since the incompetent thieves of ANC came to power. If South Africa is so wonderful, why do you live in Germany?

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