The passing of Nelson Mandela is indeed a sad day in America. Flags are flying at half-mast by order of president Obama. But the mourning should not be for the death of a great world leader but for the dying gasps of what is called TRUTH. Even the “Fair and Balanced” among us are completely ignoring the real story of Mandela to help create a fictional cult before which we must all apparently bow. Nelson Mandela was a hardened communist who, with the help of none other than MaoTse Tung, helped co-found the terrorist organization in South Africa known as Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the Nation).
Communism and Race
One element of communist infiltration has always been the exploitation of racial differences. At one point in America, when political correctness did not muzzle popular opinion, a House of Representatives report (1939) stated that Communism, in part, advocated the propaganda of “a social and racial equality.” Racial equality is propaganda in the hands of Communism because they are only interested in exploiting the grievances of each group or race as a means of dividing a country (as is occurring now in America) and of rising to power in the ensuing confusion.
For example, in the Soviet Union at that time, under Vladimir Lenin, Josef Stalin and Nikita Khrushchev many of their own race were murdered just the same as they exterminated other races if they opposed their rise to power. Khrushchev verified this when he pointed out that Stalin conducted “mass deportations from their native places of whole nations, together with all communists and Komsomols without any exception; this deportation action was not dictated by any military consideration” (Congressional Record, 1956).
An unbiased glance at Nelson Mandela’s home of South Africa will reveal that the above strategy has been effectively used. Mandela was not as interested in solving racial problems as he was he weakening the country that communists might take over. Racial differences were intensified that the day of revolution could be hastened.
Note the transformation of South Africa. From one of the most prosperous states into one that now has corrupt despotism that quashes dissent. Poverty and homelessness has increased while governing officials steal from the treasury. Some of the world’s highest rates of murder, rape, kidnapping, and HIV/AIDS now plague that country. This is not to laud South Africa’s former apartheid regime, which, as writer Humberto Fontova said, “Was no model of liberty” (Caveat on Nelson Mandela). But it is to point to the facts of the case and the real legacy of Mandela.
African National Congress
Mandela joined the African National Congress (ANC) in 1944. Later, Mandela joined the South African Communist Party (SACP), a hard-core Marxist-Leninist group, and obtained senior ranking. Associations with the Communists enabled Mandela to enlist the assistance of world Communist rulers from China and the Soviet Union as the SACP planned armed and violent resistance to white rule. By 1960 official members of the Communist Party from South Africa actually visited Beijing and Moscow where support for their own guerilla warfare was given by leading world revolutionaries, including Mao Tse Tung. Because of this support system from one of the world’s worst mass murderers, Mandela himself co-founded Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the Nation), a military organization designed to strike terror into the hearts of fellow South Africans. Mandela’s ‘Spear of the Nation’ (MK) began launching its first attacks in December 1961, according to British author and Professor Stephen Ellis in his newly researched book, External Mission: The ANC in Exile, 1960-1990.
Mandela’s Communist methodology to “free” his country from white rule included terror and genocide. Video footage may be seen of Mandela singing an ANC genocide song about murdering the ruling whites. A favorite torture/execution routine used by Mandela’s SACP and MK was “necklacing.” It involved vicious beatings and stonings of victims who were finally “necklaced” with a petrol-soaked tire and burned alive. Nelson’s wife Winnie Mandela was caught on camera howling to a huge mob, “With our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country!” Most of the victims of Mandela’s rage were fellow blacks who refused to follow the revolutionary path set by the self-anointed Communist leader.
One of the suburbs of Johannesburg, South Africa is named Rivonia. In July 1963 ten leaders of MK were arrested at a farm there called Liliesleaf Farm, a privately owned property that had been used as a secret hideout by the ANC and SACP. Mandela had lived on this farm since 1961 while evading police for his terroristic activities. Police raids in 1963 revealed also a cache of documents which plainly indicted Nelson Mandela as a member of the Communist Party.
In the subsequent trial during 1963-64, called the Rivonia Trial, Nelson Mandela and 9 others were indicted on 221 counts of sabotage by which they designed to overthrow the government with violence and terror.
As provided by Vladimir Shubin (ANC: A View from Moscow) a Soviet official positioned in South Africa to assist the Communists there, plus the results of the above-mentioned trial, the following facts are clear. (1) Nelson Mandela was a life-long leading member of the central committee of the Communist Party in South Africa, and a director of operations in terrorism and murder.
(2) Mandela had been particularly selected by the SACP to create MK and he was the SACP’s “main instrument” to hijack the ANC and to shepherd it into a terrorist organization. (3) Mandela was fingered during the trial, in spite of his lies that he had never been a communist, by other communists as one of their leaders. Mandela’s membership in the Party has been substantiated even more recently by revelations from secret Communist Party paperwork, as documented by Stephen Ellis.
(4) Mandela had authored a booklet entitled “How to be a Good Communist” in which he wrote, “Under communist rule, South Africa will become a land of milk and honey … In our country the struggle of the oppressed masses is led by the South African Communist Party and inspired by its policies.” In another passage he wrote, “The people of South Africa, led by the South African Communist Party, will destroy capitalist society and build in its place socialism.”
This is only a sampling of the overwhelming evidence that is available to those who care enough about the truth to seek it. Nelson Mandela was found guilty at the Rivonia trial and imprisoned. Later, due to international pressure from the pro-communists in America and around the world, Mandela was offered release from prison by South African officials “IF” he would renounce terrorism. He refused.
But that international pressure, chiefly stoked by the western press which has had a love affair with communism since the day of its inception, finally built to the point that Mandela was released from prison. Shortly thereafter, Mandela appeared on a propaganda tour with Joe Slovo, a Lithuanian-born colonel in the KGB and top leader of the SACP, both men delivering the communist clenched-fist salute beneath the hammer and sickle symbol. Nelson Mandela honoring the Communist flag. This is the man whom Barack Obama wishes us to memorialize. What have we come to?