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The nAbAt a ICC soApboX
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By BlackRat | February 11, 2019 - 18:32 | Posted in CyberGuerrilla | 1 Comment


Your light from Soweto to the universe, bending rock breaking apartheid.
To lead by peace and love, done the impossible.

Educated the world to change, triumph over fear gave us courage.
Didn’t walk in front, didn’t walk behind. Walked beside friend and foe.

The world has seen your fire, we feel that vibrate over the world.
Your great Spirit is heard in the twittering of birds, the rippling of mighty waters, the sweet breathing of flowers.

Your soul will be remembered as long as the flame of freedom will burn.

There is no death in your being, only a change of worlds.
A true revolutionary guided by great feelings of love, you will always be our Umkhonto we Sizwe.

Amandla Awethu Commandante Madibe, we salute u sail in peace.


Today we dance in celebration of Nelson Mandela’s release from prison in South Africa 11th February 1990. Incarcerated for almost three decades, subjected to inhuman conditions breaking rocks in a lime quarry, restricted to two visitors per year, and – a mere twenty-eight months before his release – still dismissed by Margaret Thatcher as no more than a terrorist leader, this World Hero’s epic re-entry into African affairs was an intercontinental event of epic inspiration to us the TV-wide audience who gazed for the first time upon this mythical figure as he emerged blinking and bedazzled by those first rays of freedom’s sun. At first he walked alone. That long walk… was he saying goodbye to those certain special prison-mates, those whom he had at his lowest moments resigned himself to spending the rest of his life with? But as we watched, we sang that demented calypso that Jerry Dammers had rammed down our throats so successfully. And when the following morning we passed by South Africa House in Trafalgar Square, only then with the sudden absence of the seemingly perpetual anti-apartheid protestors did we understand that the unimaginable had happened. Yes, and on this day they truly freed Nelson Mandela. Never in history has there been such an example of the so-called terrorist reaping the rewards of his lifelong struggle at this rarefied level of righteousness.

https://youtu.be/b5xhWXzRFks

RIP Madiba! Viva Mandela!



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One Response to The Freeing of Commandante Madibe

  1. March 22, 2018 at 02:18
    Anonymous_mouse says:

    wtf – now what is left of that shithole country of your. nothing left after you were given everythin on a silver platter.

    also, i did some research and he was not an innocent man, killing dozens of people, children, even other black people with bombs he planted himself.

    now you have a corrupt rapist as president. you fools keep on voting for these idiots..sheep is what you are

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