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Mandela health problems renew fears of Genocide in South Africa


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Nelson Mandela and Joe Slovo at Communist Party rally in South Africa.

A common racial abuse that blacks hurl at white people in South Africa is “wait until Mandela dies.” This stems from a common belief among black South Africans, and some American blacks, that the all out mass genocide of whites will begin when Nelson Mandela dies. Militant black South Africans believe that they have yet to experience the “Uhuru” that came to other African nations in the 1960s. This “Uhuru” was usually marked by mass murder and a catastrophic collapse of society.

Below, Khallid Muhammed describes the “Uhuru” plan for South Africa.

This is Khallid Muhammed died in 2001. He was the National Youth Minister for the Nation of Islam and the Leader of the New Black Panther Party. He was publicly supported by Al Sharpton and Sharpton paid $10,000 to cover the cost of his funeral. Major black politicians like Keith Ellison, and black celebrities like Ice Cube were vocal public supporters of Muhammed and his violent rhetoric.

Notice Muhammed spits on Nelson Mandela and considers him a weakling for not having led a mass murder of white people himself. In other parts of the video Muhammed praises the campaign of violence and murder led by Winnie Mandela and endorses the “necklacing” of blacks “snitches and sellouts.”

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Winnie Mandela’s horrific campaign of necklacing. She was found guilty of being an accomplish in the murder of a 14-year-old black boy. She was ordered to pay a fine. In 1998, the South African government declared that she “politically and morally accountable for the gross violations of human rights.” Nothing happened to her. In fact, she ran for parliament and won. She was convicted of election fraud in 2003, but allowed to run for re-election anyway. She still holds her seat in parliament.

“With our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country” – Winnie Mandela 1986.

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