Sunday, 8 December 2013

Nelson Mandela "Speak now or forever hold your peace"

We see it all day each and every day on Facebook, on Twitter, in the newspapers, we hear it on the radio, see it on Television.

Behold, the messiah of the ignorant, childish, feeble-minded sheeple.

Most people of the world are like the mice, the rats and the children of Hamelin blindly following the Pied Piper, entranced by the beautiful, hypnotic sounds coming from his flute that leads them to hell.

It is sickening to see how people are praising a man who refused to renounce violence until the day he died, the very same man who gave the order to shoot to kill at Shell House, a massacre of Zulus, and this after he was released from prison, the man of peace, the man that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, the man who pleaded guilty to his acts of treason and terrorism at the Rivonia trials.

What makes Mandela different and special?

A listed terrorist until 2008 that went around hugging people and those hugs turned him into a humble saint, a "flame that lit the world and symbolised hope."?

Is it not strange how simple hugs and pretentiousness charisma could suddenly change people's perception of a terrorist?

"One could change a man's personality, but never his character." The character of a terrorist can never be changed. Once a terrorist, always a terrorist.

How is it that terrorists could change people's perceptions with hugs and smiles, while the very same people would not allow anyone or any action to change their perceptions of a rhino poacher, a rapist, a paedophile, a murderer, or even a lion hunter for that matter? How is it that people's perceptions of Yasser Arafat never changed, notwithstanding the fact that he too used to hug everyone around him?

What legacy could one expect?

According to official SA Police crime statistics some 393,736 people have been murdered in South Africa between 1994, when power was handed to the ANC, and 2012. That is more than the entire population of Bahamas or Iceland and more than twice the population of Samoa wiped out by murder. This figure excludes the 47.1% of murder cases which, according to official Statistics SA documentation, are not recorded as murders and it excludes all those murdered thus far this year.

Syria's civil war death toll now stands at nearly 126,000, while some sources claim that closer to 670,000 people have been murdered during so called peace time in this country. South Africa has a larger population of murder victims buried in cemeteries than the total populations of any of those countries.

The number of newborn babies, toddlers, teens, adults and old people raped in South Africa each year since 1994 is estimated at 1,548,336, which is more than the entire population of Swaziland raped each year. The greatest increase in sexual crimes is against infants & children under 7. 45% of rapes reported to SA Police each year, are child rapes. Less than 3% of rapes reported to the SA Police result in a conviction. More than 97% of rapists in South Africa get away with it.

A legacy allowing the ANC godly status?

The ANC regime has referred to themselves as the Trinity and the churches and their congregations remained silent, because they are afraid to speak up;

The ANC regime says in public that "to be angry at the ANC is the same as being angry at God" and the world is silent, and once again, without a single cock having crowed they betray Him with their silence;

In England, a painting is unveiled in which Mandela is portrayed as Christ in the Last Supper and the world, the churches and the great Christians remain silent, because it is not politically correct to say anything against their beloved "Madiba", and once again before any cock had crowed, they betrayed Him, again;

A man kept on the US terrorist list until 2008 is honoured, praised and treated as a saint and the world goes along with it. Rather than speaking the truth, we are told that we should keep quiet, because it is not politically correct to go up against the mainstream's views on the wonderful image the media had created of "Madiba";

"Speak now or forever hold your peace"

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.” -Joseph Goebbels

Do not keep quiet now, keep quiet when you need to speak up to set the record straight, but then want to go crying and complaining afterwards. Do not allow the preaching of the biggest lie in world history and then afterwards complain about that lie being taught to your children and grand-children.

Over the past few days we have been witnessing how people who have thus far been so verbal and outspoken, so quick to criticise and attack contemporary anti-racism activists for raising awareness and for fighting against the crime and murders in this country, people who so easily and readily insult our activists with accusations of thumb-sucked rubbish, are now silent about Mandela?

They prefer keeping quiet, too damn scared to say anything against the "great Mandela". They are brave enough to attack contemporary heroes and activists who have been fighting for the cause of whites and for the survival of whites. They enjoy attacking and insulting their own with the madness of our own Tokolosh, being the NWO, Illuminati, Free Masonry and other similar hogwash that they "think" they know everything about, but now suddenly when they should be vocal, when they should be speaking up, they are too damn scared to open their mouths to spread the truth and counter the lies.....

Making money from a cause by supporting the creator the the cause

How is it that so many people are still supporting money-making businesses like FAK, ATKV, Voortrekkers, Solidariteit, Afrikanerbond, AfriSake, Agri SA, Orania Beweging, almost all of whom have been praising Mandela, his failed "rainbow Nation" and his violent "New South Africa", while those same people dare to insult activists fighting for our cause?

Do not insult your own if you do not have the guts to take on those who have been killing your own and those who praise terrorists for having orchestrated the murdering and slaughtering of your own.

Speak now, while you should be doing so, or forever hold your peace and suffer the consequences of your silence without complaining afterwards.

According to The Law of Retribution: Every wrong action or crime brings its own punishment - Hail a terrorist and pay the price. A person's actions and conduct during the successive phases of their life are regarded as determining the person's destiny and their fate. One cannot judge a murderer, while praising a terrorist. One cannot judge a child molester, while making excuses for a rapist. One cannot judge a black terrorist, while praising a white terrorist. One cannot judge a Muslim terrorist, while praising a Christian terrorist. One cannot judge a terrorist for fighting against your government and killing your people, while praising another terrorist as a "freedom fighter" for fighting against my government and killing my people. A terrorist is a terrorist, the lowest form of cowardice by any measure, period.

The father of a nation is measured, not by his own achievements and character in old age, but by the friends and company he keeps and the qualities he transferred to his children...

The "Father of this Nation", Nelson Mandela, said in 1994: Unite a Nation, 19 years later the sons of this father are singing, "Bring me my machine gun", "Shoot the boer", "Kill the whites"...

Hail a terrorist and pay the price, for if you honour a terrorist, you are a terrorist.

"Speak now or forever hold your peace"

It was not by accident that Nelson Mandela and the ANC were in 2008 still listed in the U.S. Terror Watch List. Andrew Kaczynski collected for Buzz Feed a series of relevant statements by Nelson Mandela, some of theme summarized here:

On the U.S. war with Iraq:
“If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of America. They don’t care for human beings.” Via

On the U.S. war with Iraq:
“All that (Mr. Bush) wants is Iraqi oil.” Via

Mandela on Castro and the Cuban revolution:
“From its earliest days, the Cuban Revolution has also been a source of inspiration to all freedom-loving people. We admire the sacrifices of the Cuban people in maintaining their independence and sovereignty in the face of the vicious imperialist-orquestrated campaign to destroy the impressive gain made in the Cuban Revolution. … Long live the Cuban Revolution. Long live comrade Fidel Castro.” Via

Mandela on Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi, his longtime supporter:
“It is our duty to give support to the brother leader … especially in regards to the sanctions which are not hitting just him, they are hitting the ordinary masses of the people … our African brothers and sisters.” Via

On the U.S. preparing to invade Iraq in a 2002 interview with Newsweek:
“If you look at those matters, you will come to the conclusion that the attitude of the United States of America is a threat to world peace.” Via

On a Palestinian state:
“The UN took a strong stand against apartheid; and over the years, an international consensus was built, which helped to bring an end to this iniquitous system. But we know too well that our freedom is incomplete without the freedom of the Palestinians.” Via

Nelson Mandela: Speech on Release from Prison, 1990

"Our resort to the armed struggle in 1960 with the formation of the military wing of the ANC (Umkhoto We Sizwe) was a purely defensive action against the violence of apartheid. The factors which necessitated the armed struggle still exist today. We have no option but to continue. We express the hope that a climate conducive to a negotiated settlement would be created soon, so that there may no longer be the need for the armed struggle.

I am a loyal and disciplined member of the African National Congress. I am therefore in full agreement with all of its objectives strategies and tactics."

"Our struggle has reached a decisive moment: We call on our people to seize this moment, so that the process toward democracy Is rapid and uninterrupted.

We have waited too long for our freedom. We can no longer wait. Now is the time to intensify the struggle on all fronts. To relax our efforts now would be a mistake which generations to come will not be able to forgive.  

The sight of freedom looming on the horizon should encourage us to redouble our efforts."

Shoot-to-kill order draws fire against Mandela
June 08, 1995 
By Michael Hill, Johannesburg Bureau of The Sun

CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- Cries of "cover-up" and "murder" rang out in the South African Parliament yesterday as President Nelson Mandela came under fire for his role in the deaths of eight people outside the headquarters of the African National Congress before last year's national elections.

Members of Parliament were debating Mr. Mandela's admission last week that he had ordered ANC security guards to kill if necessary in order to protect the ANC building in Johannesburg, when thousands of Zulus filled the downtown streets in an anti-election demonstration."

"The ANC has claimed that its security forces were defending party headquarters when they shot the Zulu demonstrators."

Mr. Mandela opened the debate by stating that the incident at Shell House, as the building is known, "did not come out of the blue."

In his book, ”Long Walk to Freedom” Nobel Peace Laureate, Nelson Mandela, writes that as a leading member of the ANC’s executive committee, he had “personally signed off” in approving these acts of terrorism:

1981 – 2 car bombs at Durban showrooms
1983 – Church Street Bomb (killed 19, wounded 217)
1984 – Durban car bomb (killed 5, wounded 27)
1985-1987 – At least 150 landmines on farm roads (killed 125)
1985 – Amanzimtoti Sanlam shopping centre bomb Dec 23 (killed 2 white women and 3 white children)
1986 – Magoo’s Bar bomb (killed 3, wounded 69)
1986 – Newcastle Court bomb (wounded 24)
1987 – Johannesburg Court bomb (killed 3, wounded 10)
1987 – Wits command centre car bomb (killed 1, wounded 68)
1988 – Johannesburg video arcade (killed 1 unborn baby, wounded 10)
1988 – Roodepoort bank bomb (killed 4, wounded 18)
1988 – Pretoria Police housing unit, 2 bombs (wounded 3)
1988 – Magistrate’s Court bomb (killed 3)
1988 – Benoni Wimpy Bar bomb (killed 1, wounded 56)
1988 – Witbank shopping centre bomb (killed 2, wounded 42)
1988 – Ellis Park Rugby Stadium car bomb (killed 2, wounded 37)
Late 1980s – numerous Wimpy Restaurant bombs (killed many, wounded many)

The ANC also made explosives disguised as children's toys.

This is what the world is praising him for...

References and further reading:

Dalai Lama not to attend Mandela's funeral: official

Nelson Mandela, ‘The Che Guevara of Of Africa’

SA Communist Party (SACP) invokes Mandela's name in call for unity
"In its weekly newsletter Umsebenzi Online, the SACP said Mandela—who was an SACP central committee member when he was arrested by the apartheid government in 1962—would have loved to see the ANC, SACP and Cosatu working together in unity."

Bill O’Reilly reminds: Nelson Mandela ‘was a communist

Nelson Mandela: he was never simply the benign old man

Mandela: why I gave shoot to kill order

Mandela's 'shoot-to-kill' orders defended by ANC

Shoot-to-kill order draws fire against Mandela

US government considered Nelson Mandela a terrorist until 2008

Rivonia Unmasked

The Nerve Of Nelson Mandela by Emanuel McLittle

Nelson Mandela the Truth Is Revealed (Video)

TRUTH!!! Nelson Mandela Was a Terrorist

Flame of hope burns for Madiba

White South Africans' uneasy love affair with Mandela

Mandela Dead

Nelson Mandela: Speech on Release from Prison, 1990

The Contradictions of Mandela

RIP Nelson Mandela—And The Dream Of A First-World South Africa

Nelson Mandela and Colonel Gaddafi (Video)

The Real Mandela

Apparently, saint Nelson Mandela had two faces

Don'T Mourn For Mandela

3 Things You Didn’t (Want To) Know About Nelson Mandela

Three Myths about Mandela Worth Busting

Nelson Mandela and the IRA

Mandela's secret history

'Nelson Mandela Was A Radical Marxist'

Nelson Mandela, Communist

So where are we running to???

Mandela Love Fest Ignores Dark Side of Legacy

Nelson Mandela: Another False God

In Death, as in Life, Truth About Mandela Overlooked

Six Things Nelson Mandela Believed That Most People Won’t Talk About

Mandela was never a revolutionary, always a radical

Mandela: White Genocide with a Whimper

Law of Retribution

Fidel Castro y Nelson Mandela (Video)

Church street bombing, 20 May 1983 - Pictures of an ANC massacre

Mandela: Legacy of a deluded communist tool

Nelson Mandela Condemns George W. Bush and War With Iraq, January 30th, 2003 (Video)

Remembering The Church Street Bomb, Pretoria

Nelson Mandela Freedom Fighter or Terrorist ? (Video)

Is Nelson Mandela a role model or criminal? (Video)

ANC violence in South Africa - Adult content! Not for sensitive viewers!

New Evidence Shows Mandela Was Senior Communist Party Member

“A nigger is a nigger and a Swede is a Swede”. Sweden’s main gov party stated its position on Mandela’s struggle against apartheid

“Saint” Mandela? Not So Fast!

Nelson Mandela Family Finally Gives Up Charade and Admits Mandela Dead

Nelson Mandela The Terrorist is Dead (Video)

World's most beloved terrorist, Nelson Mandela, is officially dead

Mandela film shifts from tribute to eulogy

‘It’s different ... it is Madiba’s funeral’

Dutch & Afrikaans Articles:

Orania bring hulde aan Madiba

Orania en Mandela deel standpunt

Afrikaners onthou hom só

Soos Josef: van prisonier tot President

Raadslid Verona noemde Mandela terrorist


  1. Totally in agreement with this post and view of a very evil man. A fool. Psalm 14:1 - The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good.

  2. If I have to hear one more person speak about how wonderful the man was I may just puke. I have lost several facebook friends this last week simply because I refuse to get on the bandwagon and mourn the passing of a terrorist.