17th of May 2016
At the current Cannes film festival (11-22 May 2016) a biopic about the “Freedom Fighter” Nelson Mandela is being screened. It was made by the British (Geordie) filmmaker John Irvin and called, “Mandela’s Gun”.
In the past I have several times told the true story of the mass murdering dead terrorist and general scumbag, Nelson Mandela that liberals fawn over and think is a god.
Meet the REAL Nelson Mandela
Dear Liberal Fucktards: Do you still think Mandela was a heroic Freedom Fighter?
The True Legacy of the Terrorist Nelson Mandela
There you can read how on the 11th of July 1963, the police arrested a string of top Communists and ANC members on Lilliesleaf Farm, Rivonia, North of Johannesburg.
The goal of their diabolical plan called Operation Mayibuye was to unleash 7000 armed and trained Marxist terrorist onto the country, who would then recruit more members and launch sabotage and terror campaigns murdering millions of white people including blacks suspected of being collaborators or informers to the white government. Mandela suggested their noses to be cut off.
The country would then be plunged into chaos and under these conditions several communist countries would invade South Africa.
It is all documented in a book called “Rivonia unmasked” Lauritz Strydom that you can freely download in PDF.
The charge sheet at the trail listed 193 acts of sabotage in total. They were charged with the preparation and manufacture of explosives, according to evidence submitted, it included 210,000 hand grenades, 48,000 anti-personnel mines, 1,500 time devices, 144 tons of ammonium nitrate, 21.6 tons of aluminum powder and a ton of black powder.
Judge Quartus de Wet, judge-president of the high court of the Transvaal said “they had enough explosives to blow up the whole of Johannesburg”.
|Former CIA spy Donald Rickard|
Former CIA spy says he helped South Africa arrest 'communist toy' Nelson Mandela
“Donald Rickard said he and his handlers believed Mr Mandela was “the world’s most dangerous communist outside of the Soviet Union” and he had no qualms about tipping the authorities off about his whereabouts in 1962, the height of the Cold War.”
Mandela, Rickard believed, was “completely under the control of the Soviet Union, a toy of the communists”, and was about “to incite” the Indian population of Natal into a communist-led mass rebellion against the apartheid government which could open the door to Russian intervention.
“Natal was a cauldron at the time,” Mr Rickard said “and Mandela would have welcomed a war. If the Soviets had come in force, the United States would have had to get involved, and things could have gone to hell”.
“We were teetering on the brink here and it had to be stopped, which meant Mandela had to be stopped. And I put a stop to it.”
Until July 2008 Mandela and ANC party members were barred from entering the United States—except to visit the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan—without a special waiver from the US Secretary of State, because they were still officially classified by the US government as terrorists and the ANC was still on the CIA’s list of known terrorist organizations.