[In 2013, I was at a low, regarding activity on the internet. I watched things but did very little myself. Mandela died, but the events around his death were abnormal. To me, at the time, I formed the opinion that he had died or was at the very least brain dead, but then for months they pretended he was alive. Someone in the mass media actually announced that he was dead, and then they back-tracked for months before it was OFFICAL that he was now DEAD. Gustav Muller of the Suidlanders, had been pushing the line, since 2007, that when Mandela dies, that the Blacks will attack and slaughter the Whites. It is true that there was one such quote from a Black who said: “When Mandela dies, we will kill the Whites like flies”. I used that quote myself, in my 2001 book, Government by Deception. But the Suidlanders made a big issue of it claiming that this would be when the Siener Van Rensburg prophecies would come true. So there may be political reasons why the Black Government began to behave weirdly. At the time, I was taking some photos of front page news headlines regarding Mandela. There has to be a LOT more to the death of Mandela than meets the eye. I, personally, think it is hidden away in a lot of secrecy that was never disclosed. But you’ll find that officially, he died on 5th December 2013. But if you study the headlines, including the main news headlines here in South Africa, this nonsense went on for months, including, I kid you not, his own family beginning to dig his grave long before he was officially dead. Jan]
Tan Staafl, of the Age of Treason in America actually published some notes of his own about Mandela’s death, with dates. You can see from Tan Staafl’s dates that Mandela was “vegetative” in July already, but he only officially died in December:-
Mandela and Friends
5 July 2013 12 Comments
Government Denies Mandela Is “Vegetative”, AP/ABC News: Nelson Mandela is in critical but stable condition, the South African government said Friday, while a close friend said the anti-apartheid leader was conscious and responsive earlier this week. BBC News was a bit more forthcoming about the “close friend”, Denis Goldberg, identifying him as “a fellow anti-apartheid […]
Ding Dong, Mandela’s Dead
5 December 2013 15 Comments
Nelson Mandela remembered by L.A.‘s South African Jews, published by the Jewish Journal today, provides more of the usual duplicitous jewish crowing that jews are “white”, love Mandela, and therefore helped him “lead” their overthrow of White rule in South Africa. The broader jewsmedia brims with sorrow for the “civil rights leader”, who for decades […]
Here are 2 images I could find of photos and screen shots I took at the time. But I know I have more than this. However, I will have to find them. In the image below, from a photo I took of a newspaper in June 2013, you can see his family was already meeting. I know that people in his family were already busy digging his grave and arguing over it, long before he was officially dead. The quality of my screen shots in 2013 is pretty low I’m afraid, but if you look carefully you can just make out the critical things. Below is the news headline and his family was already rushing around in June 2013.
Here is a screen shot from Beforeitsnews.com in the USA where you can see the issue already had arisen as to whether Mandela was dead or alive. You see this is how it went for months.
I found a link to an article on BeforeItsNews.com dated 10th June 2013, and here you can see they are already talking about whether he is actually dead! This utterly, bizarre weirdness continued for MONTHS … until he was officially declared dead in December 2013. Here’s the 10th June 2013 article:-
Nelson Mandela – Dead or Dying?
Monday, June 10, 2013 2:59
Is Nelson Mandela in the Heavenly Departure Lounge? Hospital access denied, says the South African press, adding that his condition has been “Scary, but he is holding on to life” since Friday when he was admitted to “a Pretoria hospital”.
When, not if the iconic Nelson Mandela leaves the building, one question will remain: can a man who so quickly relinquished power after waiting 27 years to gain it, leave a power vacuum?
South African politics has not changed significatly in economic terms since 1996 when the ‘changeover’ in the colour of its leadership began.
The African National Congress (ANC) did not declare the country’s Apartheid debts as ‘Odious’, kept the same trading partners as the white repressive government before it, incurred even more debt with its notorious Arms Deal, decimated the Agriculural sector be ‘removing’ two million, four hundred thousand farm workers and turned a blind eye to the murder of the remaining farmers, becoming a net importer of food by 2007.
And becoming dependent on the distribution of that food by the Chinese-run Wall-Mart company.
The successor to Mandela’s Rainbow throne, Presdent Thabo Mbeki also made an early exit from power under a cloud of Arms Deal bribe money, followed by an “almost” fraud accused Jacob Zuma whose co-accused ‘took the fall’ with a golfing holiday.
Zuma is a ‘charismatic’ leader who is fond of peace time machine guns, and who has held the reigns of power since Mbeki partly by ANC political enertia, but also by lowering the boom on emerging opposition internal power bases like the ANC Youth League and its leader, Julius Malema.
Plus ca change, plus ce la meme chose: the rich may change the colour of their spots, but they still get richer and the poor still expect service delivery from a government that spends R200 million upgrading its leader’s country home.
Thank you for trying, Mr Mandela.
Rolihlahla Mandela was born into the Madiba clan in Mvezo, Transkei, on July 18, 1918, to Nonqaphi Nosekeni and Nkosi Mphakanyiswa Gadla Mandela, principal counsellor to the Acting King of the Thembu people, Jongintaba Dalindyebo.
After his father’s death in 1927, the young Rolihlahla became a ward of Jongintaba at the Great Place in Mqhekezweni. Hearing the elder’s stories of his ancestor’s valour during the wars of resistance, he dreamed also of making his own contribution to the freedom struggle of his people.