Will mandela’s Admission of Guilt in the Murder of 156 Innocent Civilians be made public with Rivonia Trial Tapes?

Nearly two years after edited tapes from the South African Rivonia trial were “restored” and handed to the ANC regime by the French Audiovisual Institute, the Department of Arts and Culture has finally launched them online. The trial saw  Nelson Mandela and other African National Congress (ANC) terror leaders charged with 221 counts of sabotage […]
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Zuma, Mbeki, Maharaj must be charged for Church Street bombing – former police general

Pretoria – Former apartheid police general, Johan van der Merwe, says former president Thabo Mbeki,  Jacob Zuma and Mac Maharaj should all be charged with murder for their roles in bombings during the armed struggle. “The Pretoria bombing was authorised at the highest level of the ANC. I know the ANC is blaming Mr Oliver Tambo because […]
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Lest We Forget: Today, 33 years ago, NELSON MANDELA MURDERED 17 Innocents. He admitted approving the Church Street bomb in his autobiography.

Lest We Forget: Today, 33 years ago, NELSON MANDELA MURDERED 17 Innocents. He admitted approving the Church Street bomb in his autobiography. Terrorist Mandela’s Church Street bomb on 20 May 1983 A powerful car bomb placed by MK Operatives exploded outside the Air Force Headquarters building in Church Street, during the afternoon rush-hour period, killing […]
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Putin: Russia will NOT Save The World From Obama’s New World Order, BUT if This Allied “Empire of Chaos” Affects Russia, There Will Be Pain

Vladimir Putin’s remarks at the 11th meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club are the remarks of a humanitarian political leader, the like of which the world has not seen in a lifetime. A line has been drawn in the sand… Western media did their best to ignore it or to twist its meaning or distract […]
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Blood, blood, rivers of blood, lakes of blood, oceans of blood: Africa

Our recent trip to several countries in southern Africa was my second. My first was in 1984, before apartheid ended and the revolutionary pot was boiling. We were under armed guard every minute. Africa, the second-largest continent had a population of 221,000,000 in 1950 and is now estimated at 1.1 billion. That substantial increase is […]
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