President Obama’s speech at Nelson Mandela Funeral insulted all the people of the USA, for those who listened to this carefully crafted speech, which was purely designed to make Obama look statesman like, you will cringe at some of the things he said. He compared Mandela to Martin Luther King and Ghandi, yet both of these men advocated peaceful protest unlike Mandela who organised the murder of many hundreds of innocent people and refused to renounce violence.
Obama kept on about Mandela’s imprisonment as if he was a political prisoner put there because of his political beliefs he was not. He was imprisoned because he was guilty of organising bomb attacks which he admitted doing.
Before people waste any more time praising Nelson Mandela, they should remember that he was the head of UmKhonto we Sizwe, (MK), the armed wing of the ANC. He pled guilty to 156 acts of public violence. After he was imprisoned, the MK started terrorist bombing campaigns, including the Johannesburg railway station bombing, which killed many innocent people, including women and children. Mr. Mandela also offered support for brutal communist regimes such as Muammar Gaddafi’s Libya and Fidel Castrol’s Cuba.
Obama went on to say “We will never see the likes of Mandela again” well I hope that is true, the idea of murdering innocent people is the way to political success is nauseating, what I want to see is more Martin Luther Kings and Gandhi’s of this world they proved political success is possible without resorting to violence and the slaughtering of the innocence.
One thing is for sure he will not con his way into heaven. Obama’s mentioned the word sinner, well forgiveness of sin is in the hands of the Lord but most importantly a sinner can be forgiven if they repent did Mandela ever do that? For those who do not believe let me say it this way did he ever say sorry for all the murders he helped commit?
Obama will go down as the first Black President and also the worst one and because of him it will be many decades before a Black American will ever be considered again some legacy