Sunday, December 8, 2013

"Che Guevara is an inspiration for every human being who loves freedom."

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More Mandela-isms:

"The cause of Communism is the greatest cause in the history of mankind!"

"There's one place where (Fidel Castro’s) Cuba stands out head and shoulders above the rest – that is in its love for human rights and liberty!"

Here are a few items the Martian would probably never learn regarding Nelson Mandela or the Stalinist regime he adored:

South Africa's apartheid regime was no model of liberty. But even its most violent enemies enjoyed a bona fide day in court under a judge who was not beholden to a dictator for his job (or his life.) When Nelson Mandela was convicted of "193 counts of terrorism committed between 1961 and 1963, including the preparation, manufacture and use of explosives, including 210,000 hand grenades, 48,000 anti-personnel mines, 1,500 time devices, 144 tons of ammonium nitrate," his trial had observers from around the free world. "The trial has been properly conducted," wrote Anthony Sampson, correspondent for the liberal London Observer. "The judge, Mr Justice Quartus de Wet, has been scrupulously fair." Sampson admitted this though his own sympathies veered strongly towards Mandela. (Indeed, Sampson went on to write Nelson Mandela's authorized biography.)

More @ Townhall

4 comments:

  1. In regards to Nelson Mandela,
    This sums it up nicely:
    "Any Communist who dies of natural causes at 95 years of age is an insult to every scrap of goodness in the world."

    Michael-- Deo Vindicabamur

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  2. You done good on posting about the butcher ape.
    I've past around your links about him.
    Here's one for ya'll of a different sort.

    http://www.greenvilleonline.com/comments/article/20131206/NEWS/312060088/Pickens-County-sheriff-refuses-lower-flag-Mandela

    Michael-- Deo Vindicabamur

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    1. His problem is:

      On Friday, Clark posted a message to his Facebook account saying that he wouldn’t lower the flag in honor of Mandela, though he said Mandela “did great things for his country and was a brave man.”

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