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Monday, 25 October 2010 10:41

Nelson Mandela, giving the communist salute

They were promised greater prosperity to blacks. That was the weapon of capitalism-communism in southern Africa, for to build consensus around an ideology that denies freedom to the nations, and to lead the introduction of a single regime. Granted that any regime (either white or black) has the right to deny freedom to the nations, the promise was false. Nothing else that an illusion. And this is proved, very clearly, by the facts.
An article of the 21st October 2010, in the South African edition of the Times, titled “Mandela means hunger”.
The article speaks about poverty, and large amounts of capital. It speaks about poor miners without pay, and about the managers of Aurora Empowerment Systems Ltd, the mining company with managing director Zondwa Mandela, grandson of the famous Nelson Mandela (yes, yes, that’s him), and chaired by Khulubuse Zuma, nephew of the southern African regime’s president, Jacob Zuma. Communism and capitalism work - always - in synergy.
Talk Frasy Namanyana, 37 y.o., branch chairman of the National Union of Mineworkers (communist-inspired trade union), who works in the Grootvlei mine in Springs, Johannesburg, since 1996: “We tried to call them [(Zondwa. Ed) Mandela, (Khulubuse. Ed) Zuma], and asked them to come speak to the workers. They said, no, the workers will kill them.” And then: “They are destroying the Mandela name”.
But the name of Mandela is just that, the southern Africa of today. Also: a mass of blacks getting poorer.