The Nelson Mandela Effect

Sox Deveroux

If you were a recipient of a public school education, you’re privy to one of the most beautiful stories ever told. Through human decency and peaceful protest, Nelson Mandela ended the apartheid policies of South Africa – freeing the oppressed black masses from their colonial chains. While predictable in its oppressor/oppressed theme, a favorite of progressives, the story has a noble charm that has permeated the minds of those in the West.  Unfortunately for South Africa, very little of what we have been told is true.

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Aside from Wakanda, the leftist interpretation of South African history is the greatest fictional tale about an African country. Called the Rainbow Nation by those too ignorant to investigate the topic deeper than the 6th grade text books go, South Africa has quietly become one of the most dangerous countries in the world.

Like most fairy tales, the popular stories always end before reality sets in. Just as we don’t get to see Cinderella and Prince Charming bickering over how to raise their child, the story of South Africa is often ended with Nelson Mandela rising from political prisoner to savior of the oppressed.

Mandela, who does have a photogenic smile, became a worldwide hero and symbol for freedom. As you read the following information, I request upon you to consider the following question: If your violent, child killing revolution decimated an economy and created an incompetent, corrupt wasteland of race inspired murder and rape, would you consider the act of grinning like a fool appropriate?

Often described first and foremost as a revolutionary, Mandela was the head of “Umkhonto we Sizwe”, a terrorist wing of the South African Communist party. Once captured, he pleaded guilty to 156 acts of public violence including mobilizing terrorist bombing campaigns. Many innocent people, including women and children, were killed in the attacks. This disregard for innocent lives for the sake of maintaining ideology will be a consistent theme:

Here are some highlights:

  • Church Street West, Pretoria, on the 20 May 1983
  • Amanzimtoti Shopping complex KZN, 23 December 1985
  • Krugersdorp Magistrate’s Court, 17 March 1988
  • Durban Pick ‘n Pay shopping complex, 1 September 1986
  • Pretoria Sterland movie complex 16 April 1988 – limpet mine killed ANC terrorist M O Maponya instead
  • Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court, 20 May 1987
  • Roodepoort Standard Bank 3 June, 1988

Once arrested, the political prisoner (child murderer) was refused legal assistance from Amnesty International – given that Mandela refused to renounce his past violence.

The apartheid era ending in 1994, the clock strikes midnight moment of our story, is the end of the popular narrative of this tale. Like the snakes driven out of Ireland by St. Patrick, the white “colonizers” were suddenly pushed out of the important roles of government. What ensued can only be described as the worst societal collapse in modern history.

It should not be a surprise to anyone who has seen the videos of Nelson Mandela singing about killing all the South African whites that race would remain a major topic in the nation’s politics. Jacob Zuma, an accused rapist who won two terms as South African president, continued the trend by pushing legislation to confiscate land from white farmers without any financial compensation.

The issues have not been purely legislative. Since the end of apartheid, South Africa has become the rape capital of the world and a competitor for murder capital of the world. Between 1998 and the end of 2016, 1848 people have been murdered in farm attacks — 1187 farmers, 490 family members, 147 farm employees, and 24 people who happened to be visiting the farm at the time.

In an attempt to spare you from the true depths of depravity encountered in South Africa, I’ll only delve into one popular method of dealing with white South Africans. Essentially, victims were wrapped in barbwire and beaten. A rubber tire was then applied around the victim’s chest and lit on fire. Needless to say, the results were horrific. In 1986 Winnie Mandela, then-wife of Nelson Mandela, stated “With our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country” which was widely seen as an implicit endorsement of necklacing.

If you’re somehow able to avoid being raped and murdered by goons that seem to have the government’s blessing, the economy has also collapsed in the post-apartheid era. According to the Human Development Index, a ranking system that weighs life expectancy, expected years of schooling, gross national income, etc., South Africa has dropped 40 places in recent years. According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, South Africa’s education was ranked 75th of 76 countries studied. A shocking 27% of pupils who have attended school for six years cannot read, compared with 4% in Tanzania and 19% in Zimbabwe.

In America, we have a popular sentiment expressed by the left that a black person can’t be racist against a white person. I would wonder if a power drill to the thigh or a daughter raped and gutted would change any minds. So, next time you see an iconic picture of Nelson Mandela and his beloved smile, maybe one captioned with a quote about peace and equality, take a moment to consider these facts. Take a moment to remember that burning tires and exploding eyes once caused that same smile.

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    I knew this and have tried to explain it to others and they disbelieve what I say but never check it out. And this is what Obama wants to turn America into, the rotten illegal immigrant faux illegal ex-president terrorist Islamic Marxist bastard, this is why he brought in all the illegal un-vetted muslim “refugees”, to be his private army who will copy mandella’s actions. Lock & Load, America.

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      So very true. The left has not given up on their dream of importing a replacement population for white America. There is a simple but denied definition of racism. That is treating somebody differently solely because of their race. Blacks are the most racist people in America.

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        Blacks cannot be racist, they do not have economic, and political power and they control NO US institutions that can foster racism. It is a racism collar that racist white Americans will have to wear, Black can be prejudice but not racist.

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          You need to Google the word racist! You apparently don’t know what your running your mouth about!

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          So let me get this straight. When Farrakhan gets up, on a regular basis, and says that “white people are the devil…” that’s not racism? This is the same type of argument that white supremacist said about African Americans/ Black people. If you truly want equality for EVERYONE then you cannot say what you said . Racism goes in ALL directions from white to black , black to white, and every other ethnicity to another. You can be a wealthy person or a poor person but when you say and do racist things …THAT IS RACISM! There is one race , THE HUMAN RACE! If 4 people beat up or kill etc… another person because the color of their skin …That is RACISM! By your own logic if 4 poor white people, who are homeless and or do not own land , beat up a black person , then by your definition thats not racism. Don’t be ignorant and or stupid! It just boggles my mind that you would say something so ignorant.

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      I had a South African friend who told me about this.

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    “The test of a man is what he becomes when faced with a tyrant”

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    Only GOD can rescue America from what B Hussein O has done to America

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    Only GOD, indeed —- only God!

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    You left out the fact that Johannesburg is running out of potable water since the new administrators and workers don’t have the know how to keep the infrastructure going not to add to that the refusal to accept help and technology from Israel, well, just because Israel.

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    Wait. Didn’t his name used to be spelled ‘Neilson’? Has it changed?

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    Previews of Coming Attractions. Coming soon to a neighborhood near you.

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    I’m willing to bet that more than a few years from now will see a South Africa that is every bit as bad as Zimbabwe was at it’s worse.

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    A friend who emigrated to New Zealand twenty years ago told me the then “new” government of South Africa drove all whites out of government jobs, including the postal system, to replace them with ‘native’ South Africans. When this happened
    all mail was subjected to theft. The new government refused to prosecute anyone for mail theft. The white population had to hire a courier service to transport outgoing and incoming mail to and from Australia which, I imagine, they are still doing.

    This was the pattern imported to South Africa from Zimbabwe, the former “Rhodesia, “when that government changed. Another friend, now living in Australia, told of the same problems, including having a farm his family had established and owned for over 100 years, taken away from him and then being forced into exile by the Robert Mugabe leftist/socialist government. The land was given to the so-called “native” Africans, many of whom are now starving because no one has the money, knowledge or ambition to productively farm it.

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    When Europeans arrived in South Africa 400 years ago only the San bushmen sparsely inhabited SA. The Bantu/Zulu migrated down from the north later. 100 years ago there were 3 million whites and 3 million blacks in SA. Now there are 4 million whites and 80 odd million blacks. They came to mooch of the productivity of the Boer. Before Europeans, Africans had never seen a wheel. In 1993 SA was a 1st world country. By now it is barely 2nd world and in 2 years it will be 3rd world again. Without the Boer SA will go back to being a shithole, murdering and raping each other up and down every day.

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    So true, a leopard never changes it’s spots, beware the domino effect in the USA

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    Lord, please help us to know how to prevent this happening in America or any place else in the World! Help us to know what we can do and to do it in your Blessed Name of Jesus Christ.

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    Robert Mugabe…revisited. check the history of Zimbabwa….same story second chapter…..

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    It was interesting when you ask someone about South African illegal border crossings prior
    to Mandella making a statement there were upward of 30,000 per year. Q Which way in
    or out of South Africa. Apartheid it was into.
    I would be interested to know now?

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    “give ’em an inch & they’ll take a mile” (ole white guy)

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