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Thursday, 21 August 2014

The Marxist Terrorists Behind Nelson Mandela – ‘Never Forget’

So just how deep does Jewish Marxist involvement in Nelson Mandela’s African National Congress Party’s meteoric ascent to power run? Over the next few minutes you’ll meet the men and women behind the black-face of the party.

The American Jewish Times writes “that July 30th will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the raid on Lilisleaf Farm, which at the time served as the headquarters of the Umkonto we Sizwe-the covert and military wing of underground African National Congress. All five of the non-indigenous defendants in the case brought against the group-as was eerily also the case in Marxist Bolshevik Russia, were foreign born Jewish radicals.  Similarly, the majority of the non-black defendants in the earlier Treason Trial (1956) were also Jewish, as was lead counsel and, defense attorneys. Israel’s Haaretz confirms that the head count of white opponents of Apartheid reads like a census list from one of the old Jewish shtetl/ghettos in Lithuania  (from where many South African Jews originated): Joe Slovo, Harold Wolpe, Ruth First, Albie Sacha, Ronald Segal, Dennis Goldberg, Rusty Bernstein, Solly Sachs, Helen Suzman, Ray Alexander, Ronnie Kasrils, Raymond Suttner, Ray Simons, Moishe Geller (American Zionist hatemonger Pamela Geller’s grand father) Wolfie Kodish and many others.”

Let me preface this story-the most in depth study of Jewish involvement with the African National Congress on the web, that the EKP views Nelson Mandela as little more than a Jewish pawn. This article will elaborate on this much ignored element of convicted terrorist Nelson Mandela’s rise to power and the destruction it has left in it’s wake. We also want to state for the record, we are NOT anti-Semitic (intentional misnomer). One of our contributors is in fact a Jewish anti-Zionist & American patriot named Harvey Goldstein. The EKP merely want to disseminate truth.

The mainstream Zionist controlled media will lead you to believe that the fall of South Africa’s so-called ‘fascist’ Apartheid regime was the result of a non-violent, organic revolution led by one Nelson Mandela and his rag-tag band of black freedom fighters; but was it? Does anyone with even the slightest shred of intelligence honestly believe that a gang of black communists had the intelligence & resources to take down a state as powerful as South Africa? These are people that believe raping babies will inoculate them against HIV. South Africa at the time was the world’s 9th largest economy.

Like the American NAACP, SPLC and most global civil rights organisations, the African National Congress (ANC) was dominated by Ashkenazi Jewish Communist radicals. Like most radical & subversive movements, ANC ring leaders were hardly representative of the oppressed dark skinned “victims” one finds on the cover of international magazines. Jews were in total control of the anti-Apartheid movement from its’ inception and Jewish business interests benefited most when the nightmare that has become black rule became a reality.

Although he was a violent, complex, and somewhat contradictory historical figure, we believe Mandela should be viewed in an objective historical manner, & without sentiment. In spite of the fact that the man undeniably has the blood of  hundreds of thousands on his hands, to downplay the role Mandela’s Jewish communist owners had in his rise to power, is to deny history.

To simply demonise the man without exposing the people and ideology behind his action, would be irresponsible.  The EKP values truth above all & will always stay true to our ethos, regardless of its popularity. Unlike the perverse liberal media painting Mandela as a hero, on one hand, & ignorant members of the right vilifying the man without looking at the actual history, on the other, we at the EKP look at the bigger picture-relying on reason & fact, never  sentiment & conjecture. We know that history, like life and people is rarely if ever, black and white. And when it is black, there’s typically an anti-European, anti-Christian Jewish Marxist or anti-European Zionist behind it.

Fact: Nelson Mandela was radicalised by an evil force from within his movement.  Even when the man set his sights on compromise, the radical Jewish element behind his pulpit, had no intention of allowing it. We demonstrate this thesis beyond any shadow of a doubt in the timeline we have compiled below.

Fact: From Joe Slovo, to Nadine Gordimer, Nathan Sharansky and  Volfie Kodish and ALL of the lawyers that represented the man at home, abroad and across the globe-almost all were Jews.

This is not to say that ALL Jews are bad-something we stated earlier, or that Mandela is not to a certain extent, responsible for his own actions-just that the minds behind the muscle, were of Jewish origin.  In fact the reason why the international media still hides what’s transpiring to your families in South Africa, has a lot to do with who runs the media and controls the narrative. As South Africa in particular is seen by the American Jewish left as the last vestige of Northern European colonial evil;, and the Boer, the poster boys for it-the Zionist media, will do their best to conceal what’s happening to South Africa’s non-black minority. Always recall who in fact facilitated the genocidal conditions in South Africa, when formulating your position on Israel. Remember it is people like Israeli activist and Zionist media darling Pamela Geller, whose grandfather fought alongside black terrorists, that were originally behind bringing bloodshed  into your country.

I’d also like to add that for me South African Apartheid state did NOT represent the European fascist ideal any more than todays Israeli Likud regime do, and their inability to gauge the strength of their enemy,  and move quickly enough with the times, ultimately cost them their country.

A fascist is not only a Western European idealist, but a civic minded pragmatist that seeks to secure his nation’s interests first & foremost. He adjusts policy based on the needs and makeup of the nation. Although governing an overwhelmingly black majority requires an iron hand, the international stage required a bit more delicacy and diplomacy, ESPECIALLY with so many Eastern European/Ashkenazi Jewish radicals, like Geller, behind the scenes.

Blacks, a race of people undeniably incapable of self-governance, need structure and a firm but fair paternalistic government to rule over them and exploit their worth; via a well-intentioned policy, not one based on barbarity. Apartheid’s undoing has as much to do with its heavy handedness & flaws as it does the pawn Mandela and his Jewish owners efforts. If the government had handled the black population as South Africa’s white land and business owners did their labourers while exploiting their services, the country wouldn’t be in the predicament it is in now.

I also base my opinion on the manner in which they treated the country’s Hindu Indian population and other productive, law abiding, ethnic minorities of non=Negro origin. Although Indians and coloureds (mulattos) are slowly moving back to the nationalist parties, their support for the ANC, because of how they were treated under the Apartheid state, was hugely important.

Apartheid’s policies were based solely on race, rather than pragmatism. In fact even Adolf Hitler, the world’s most polarising figure, was far less rigid when it came to racial politics than SA’s apartheid government.  He recognised that policy had to adapt to meet the nation’s interest – granting universal exemptions for German mischlings (part Jews), thousands of patriotic Jews, and non-white soldiers volunteering their services for the German war effort etc. The nationalist governments inability to adjust policy, embrace SA’s other non-black people and soften restrictions fast enough, aided the Internationalist Jew in his global Marxist crusade against South Africa.

Although Mandela might not have fully understood why SA’s Jewish supremacist revolutionaries had taken up his cause -blacks typically aren’t aware of their Jewish masters ulterior motivations for adopting their plight, Mandela was no dupe. Still in contrast to Slovo, even Zuma, Mandela can be seen as an ideological moderate. In our opinion Nelson Mandela made a choice to accept funding and patronage from the first people that offered him  support-that’s it.

Most Comprehensive Timeline on the Web Focusing on Zionist Involvement in South Africa’s ANC Party

April 2, 1985 – Black-Jewish Freedom Seders (Jewish ritual feasts), co-sponsored by the Zionist Jewish Reform movement’s UAHC and the American NAACP honor jailed Soviet Jewish and African dissidents/radicals, including Natan Sharansky and convicted murderer and terrorist, Nelson Mandela.

February 11, 1986 – Zionist criminal, Natan Sharansky is released from Soviet prison. Two days later, the Israeli JTA reports that in 1984, the South African government rejected a proposed prisoner exchange that would have freed both Mandela and Sharansky. Sharansky also comments on his hope that Mandela’s freedom will be secured, referring to Mandela as a “beacon of light in a world of racist tyranny”.

February 17, 1986 – Irwin Cotler, Canadian Jewish attorney representing Sharansky and Mandela, announces an international council of lawyers, most of whom are American Jews,  who will “work relentlessly for the release of all the Sharanskys and Mandelas now rotting in  various prisons in the USSR and South Africa.’”

March 7, 1986 – American Jewish organization, B’nai B’rith’s leader Gerald Kraft calls on South African President P.W. Botha to release Mandela. The ADL follow suit as do several powerful American Jewish organizations.

December 10, 1986 – Accepting the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Zionist holocaust activist, Eli Wiesel refers to the imprisonment of Mandela, internal exile of Soviet Jew, Andrei Sakharov, and the denial of Polish Jewish leader, Lech Walesa’s freedom of speech a “disgrace of equal magnitude”.

February 2, 1990 – Following a speech by President F.W. de Klerk, in which Mandela’s release from prison was promised, the Jewish community in South Africa, publicly announces through Lithuanian born anti-apartheid Jewish Stalinist, Joe Slovo, that they are hopeful for political reform.

February 11, 1990 –  Nelson Mandela is freed from prison, four years to the day after Sharansky’release. World Jewry, as evidenced by press releases from the  ADL, BB, JDL, Zionist organizations from”sea to shining sea”, is elated

June 10, 1990 – Prior to a U.S. visit, Mandela meets with American Jewish leaders in Geneva, apologizes for calling Palestinian freedom fighters his “brothers in arms” and for any other statements he may have made that “might have offended Jewish groups.” The meeting, described as “warm, friendly and cordial,” reportedly played a role in preempting American Jewish protests against the African National Congress leader.

June 20, 1990 – Mandela welcomed by U.S. Jewish groups. The following night, in a nationally televised program on ABC, Mandela again refers to PLO leader Yassar Arafat as a “comrade in arms,” upsetting Jewish owned ABC television and American Jewish groups that had sponsored  his trip. On June 29, Sharansky meets with Mandela for the first time in Los Angeles asking him to tone down his pro PLO rhetoric. You can’t bite the hand that feeds, or should I say freed you, after all.

July 1, 1990 – A Johannesburg synagogue and Zionist school, is bombed and defaced with graffiti during early hours of the morning. Mysteriously no  casualties or injuries are reported.  Jewish leaders attribute the attack to scapegoating by right-wing nationalist groups, who oppose the community’s support for the anti-apartheid movement. No one takes responsibility for the “crime”. Rumours that the bombing was a false flag circulate.

September 14, 1990 – Despite objections and alleged threats from South African nationalists and some hardline Zionist jews, a Reform rabbi in Johannesburg goes forward with his plan to invite Mandela to speak at his synagogue. Addressing the Reform congregation, the yarmulka-clad Mandela said, “If Zionism means the right of the Jewish people to seize territory and deny the Palestinian people the right to self-determination, we condemn it, but if it means a homeland for our jewish brothers we support it.” The packed synagogue heard Mandela condemn all manifestations of anti-Semitism and declare that ANC membership is open to everyone regardless of race. White and Indian South Africans are skeptical

October 24, 1990 – Mandela arouses the anger of  Australian Jewish groups upon his arrival in Canberra, likening Israel to a “terrorist state” and accusing her of “slaughtering defenseless, innocent Arabs”, forgetting his pledge to Slovo, Sharansky and the American jewish organizations he pandered to during his last visit to the States.  He later backtracks after pressure from Joe Slovo, the ANC’s top Jewish leader and self described “brains” behind the African National Congress.

July 14, 1991 – Following U.S. lead, Israel lifts cultural and economic sanctions against  South Africa after four years of crippling economic warfare. Pandering to the South Africans and strong economic and military ties with the black government commences.

April 15, 1992 – On the eve of Passover, Mandela publicly acknowledges South African Jewry’s “particularly outstanding contribution” to his people’s “struggle for freedom and social justice” for the first time. Mandela states that Jewry “sees themselves in black causes” due to the fact Jews have suffered through “one long historical holocaust for more than two thousand years.” He believes that Jews can more easily identify with blacks than Whites and East Indians, the two groups offering the most opposition to the ANC. Thus commences the official “special relationship” between Mandela and his Jewish backers.

May 4, 1992- South Africa’s Jerusalem Club invites Black speaker to address attendees for the first time, helping to forge ties between the Jewish committee and the Mandela-led ANC. From this point forth Mandela is the offical spokesperson for the  “worlds oppressed”.

August 16, 1992 – As South Africa lifts its apartheid law banning suburban settlement by blacks, Mandela moves to the upscale Jewish suburb of Houghton. Mandela’s new neighbor, member of Parliament Tony Leon of the Democratic Party, brought a gift of chocolate cake, which he left with a member of the household staff in Mandela’s absence.

August 1993 – Addressing the annual conferece of  South African Jewish Board of Deputees, Mandela’s greeted by a standing ovation, confirming improved ties following the leader’s prior remarks about the PLO.

March 1994 – With one month to go before South Africa’s first democtratic presidential elections, a JTA report anticipates “Jewish support” for Mandela’s ANC. South African Jews face the country’s first democratic elections on April 27 with a “mixture of fear and faith for the future” in the country. In spite of the fact that Mandela and the ANC’s rise to power would never have been possible without international Jewry’s financial support., South African Jewry aren’t as convinced, empowering the black majority is in fact the right move. The fears among the approximately 100,000 members of the South African Jewish community primarily relate to the widespread increase in criminal violence, particularly in Johannesburg, where over half the country’s Jews live. Blowback has historically impacted Jewry more than any other people. Think of the Jewish led Bolshevik revolution and how that ultimately blew up in their faces. Gulags anyone?

May 2, 1994 – After several days of voting, Mandela elected president in South Africa’s first “all-race” democratic elections; Jewish sentiment is reported to be optimistic. That Saturday, Nelson Mandela attends Shabbat services at the Green & Sea Point Hebrew Congregation in Cape Town, by far the largest synagogue in the Southern hemisphere. From the pulpit, Mandela, Yamulka and all, appeals for the swift return of Jewish expatriates who left for security concerns.

May 12, 1994 – Mandela meets with Israeli President Ezer Weizman before greeting several international Jewish dignitaries at a meeting in Cape Town. PLO leader Yasser Arafat was invited to join them. “He calls Arafat by his first name, Yasser,” Weizman recalled. “They embraced, and he said he and Arafat were brothers. I said: ‘Then, Mr. President, we are cousins.’ More proof the Palestinians and Israelis, at least the Arab and Sephardic Jewish inhabtants of Israel, have more in common than the Ashkenazim let up

June 1994 – Following Mandela’s election, Israel lifts its seven-year arms embargo against South Africa. The original embargo was introduced by Israels hawkish neo conservative Jewish and WASP partners in Washington.

August 1994 – Mandela is awarded Anne Frank Medal (selected by Dutch Jewry) in Amsterdam for his contributions in advancing democracy in South Africa. Later that month, Mandela states, “The victory of the democratic forces in South Africa is a contribution to this worldwide effort to rid humanity of the evil of racism. It is Anne Frank’s victory. It’s for the people of the holocaust. It is an achievement of humanity as a whole,” Invoking the holocaust is becoming as much a trademark for the Zio-schooled Mandela as his extravgant button downed dress shirts.

November 1994 – Israeli professor Michael Wolfsohn reveals that in 1989, Mandela’s release was on the table as part of a large prisoner exchange for missing Israeli soldier Ron Arad until the Berlin Wall fell.

January 5, 1995 – Housing Minister Joe Slovo, the brains behind the ANC, and one of two Jews to become part of the Mandela’s cabinet, dies of bone marrow cancer. The other Jewish cabinet member, Ronnie Kasrils, would prove to be an even more polarizing figure.

February 1995 – South African Foreign Minister Alfred Nzo announces full South African diplomatic relations with the “State of Palestine,” prompting protest from the Israeli officials that had funded the ANC since its inception.. Blacks biting the jewish hand that fed them increasingly wears on the nerves of the ANC’s jewish backers.

October 1995 – Prior to national local elections, Nelson Mandela joins Jewish ANC candidates in an appeal to the Jewish community not to emigrate from South Africa due to fear of crime. In spite of the ANC’s enormous Jewish ties, many of South Africa’s Jewish population  appear to be ruing  the fall of apartheid and fleeing the country by the tens of thousands. Blowback is the quintessential bitch!

January 1996 – Two main South African Jewish organizations with ties to the Black ANC criticize Mandela’s meeting with Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, famous for anti-Semitic remarks in the U.S. Mandela apologises publicly, with his Jewish handlers in toe.

February 1996 – Chief Rabbi Yirael Meir Lau shares stories of his imprisonment in a concentration camp with Mandela in Pretoria. Mandela equates apartheid with the “holocaust” for the umpteenth time.

September 20, 1996 – A leading Jewish Newspaper publishes a report citing crime as the greatest reason for Jews leaving South Africa. Jewish communities become more withdrawn as their ties to the ANC strengthen. Publicly black and Jewish solidarity is at it’s peak. Privately, Jews; like Indians, Arabs even some members of the “coloured” or mulatto community, are seen as whites by rampaging South African blacks, fear for their lives and embark on a mass exodus from the nation.

September 1997 – Mandela is presented with an honorary doctorate in philosophy from Israel’s, Ben Gurion University. Zionist organization’s award is presented in Cape Town “because Mandela has indicated he will not visit the Mid East until he is able to make a meaningful contribution to the peace process.”

April 1998 – Mandela appoints Richard Goldstone, a renowned Jewish egal scholar and jurist,  to investigate an alleged high-level plot to overthrow the country’s government involving Mandela’s former wife and several of his former “colleagues”.

July 18, 1998 – The country celebrates the president’s 80th birthday. Mandela also throws secret “wedding celebration”, letting Chief Rabbi Cyril Harris in on the secret a day early in a special ceremony. The ceremony has an  “Afro-Jewish” theme to it.

August 12, 1998 – Mandela and Arafat exchange medals and embrace in a ceremony. Jewish leaders are bemused. seems Mandela still doesn’t get it.

January 1999 –Mandela is a  frequent celebrity bar mitzvah guest at high profile Jewish bar mitzvahs in South Africa.

October 19, 1999 – Mandela arrives in Israel, his adopted homeland, for the first time. Jewish and newly empowered black South Africans anticipate that their president’s visit will yield better relations between the two nations. Having recently visited Iran, Syria, Jordan the backdrop of Iran holding thirteen Jewish prisoners as alleged spies, Mandela agrees to mediate between Israel and her neighbors, stating, “”I cannot conceive of Israel withdrawing if Arab states do not recognize Israel within secure borders.”Mandela is now officially Israels, b*&^%.

February 2000 – Following his presidency, Mandela is named patron in chief of Tikkun, a private Jewish-controlled social services project founded in 1996 providig interracial adult education, skills training and AIDS relief work. Although the agency is privately managed, it is subsidised by the new ANC government.

December 13, 2000 – Mandela is key speaker at opening ceremony of the new South African Jewish Museum.

January 2002 – In Durban, Mandela retracts statements supporting the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan and comments labeling Osama bin Laden a terrorist, upsetting the Jewish community. Although the Jews are a “peace loving folk”, international Jewry openly supports the war on terror and the millions of deaths its caused worldwide.

May 2002- Lazar Sidelsky, a Jewish lawyer who’d given a young Nelson Mandela a job as a clerk in the face of apartheid restrictions, dies in Johannesburg at age 90.

October 2002 –Wolfie Kodesh, Jewish founder of the armed wing of the ANC and former member of the South African Communist party, dies at age 84. Kodesh is praised by Mandela at his funeral in Cape Town. Mandela is a key speaker at the ceremony

December 2003  – Union of Orthodox Rabbis taps new chief rabbi, Warren Goldstein, 32, to succeed Harris in January 2005. Goldstein co-authored a book with Mandela’s grandson, Dumani. Links abound!

August 2004 – Chief Rabbi Cyril Harris accuses the country’s Jews of not sufficiently supporting MaAfrika Tikkun, the community’s privately run but publicly funded outreach initiative. “There’s an unfortunate reluctance, a sort of suspicion about interacting with the black majority — particularly on the part of the older generation — which is absurd,” he said, noting “a kind of restraint” when it comes to non-Jewish causes.

April 2004 – Top  Israeli paper celebrates Jewish and ANC partnership in “rebuilding” South Africa. The new ANC created constitutional court — headed by a Jew, Chief Justice Arthur Chaskalson is touted as the nation’s greatest achievement. The JTA writes that “After some years of demoralization, the Jewish community recently has begun to rebound. It has placed in key leadership positions young, dynamic people who are less burdened by the baggage of apartheid and who are vigorously engaging with symbols of the new South Africa.” It profiles Yehuda Kay, 28, national director of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies; Zev Krengel, 31, chairman of the board’s Johannesburg area council; Avrom Krengel, 35, chair of the South African Zionist Federation; Rabbi Craig Kacev, 32, acting director of the South African Board of Jewish Education; and Warren Goldstein, 32, recently chosen as the country’s chief rabbi.

September 2004 – A review of a book about Zimbabwe by Abe Abrahamson — honorary life president of South African Zionist Federation — mentions that Abrahamson was one of six high profile Jews to visit Nelson Mandela upon the latter’s release from prison.

September 13, 2005 – Former Chief Rabbi Cyril Harris dies of cancer at age 69, and was remembered for offering a prayer at Mandela’s inauguration in 1994.

January 2008 – Anti-apartheid activist Helen Suzman, who visited Mandela in prison on several occasions, and was instrumental in the fall of apartheid, dies.

White and East Indian African Genocide continues.



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