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Homage to Nelson Mandela

Postby variagil » Fri Jun 11, 2010 9:07 am

Homage to Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela was 27 years jailed but never refused his ideology, never asked pardon as Bakunin had done. His example of courage shows to all of us the faith in a better world. This faith and bravery goes far away than the persons and ideologies to demonstrate that humans are right belongers of reason and God breath.

Ernst Jünger (1896-1997) explains that before the WWII the political prisoners were in another jails and received different treatment, anyway they were also executed but by firing squads. There was the believe in XIX century that the people was determined by his heritage to his social statement, and there should be another care with the people that overcome by his ideological fight. I am sure Nelson Mandela was starved and thirsty in jail but his faith in man was strong enough to keep on fighting for human rights. Congratulations Mandela! You are an example of a live fighting for human rights!

On the other side Abdullah Okalan soon after been jailed wrote about peace and brotherhood. Where are we going?
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Re: Homage to Nelson Mandela

Postby Guest » Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:03 am

"Nelson Mandela was 27 years jailed but never refused his ideology"

not true. the official story is that they would not release him unless he "renounced violence," which he did.

however the bigger story is that as soon as he was released, he was meeting with the IMF to work out their further exploitation of south african resources, both human and mineral. south africa is a country rich in resources and should have absolutely no need for IMF 'aid.'

it was robert kennedy and his brother john f that ratted mandela out in the first place, handing over intelligence about his location to the apartheid government of south africa. then, when mandela came to his first visit in the US as president, what does he do? shakes hands with ted kennedy.

beware of "leaders" who are held up as "universally" recognized as good. mother theresa was a fucking terrorist and nelson mandela is just another tool of the elite.
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Re: Homage to Nelson Mandela

Postby variagil » Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:36 am

I remember when it was said in mass media that he refused to reject violence to be free in 1985 and was relased in 1990, this is an example of a fighter for human rights. My source is Wikipedia to say that the worst treatment was given to political prisoners in Apartheid. I wasnt with him in the jail, but I am sure that there examples of people who never deserted his ideas instead of the common behaviour of betrayers in jail. And my hearth is with Mandela and I am speaking about his 27 years in prison. Have you read nowadays Öcalan, the leader of Kurdish Workers Party?

Moreover you should be awared of shaking hands and what do you say and what do you do. I am not speaking about anarchism all the day.
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Re: Homage to Nelson Mandela

Postby K=x'uksami » Sun Jun 13, 2010 9:41 pm

Ernst Jünger (1896-1997)


Wasn't that the guy who pretty much pioneered right wingers calling themselves anarchists? I had no idea he lasted so long.
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Re: Homage to Nelson Mandela

Postby variagil » Mon Jun 14, 2010 4:06 am

This man succeed in nazi army. He says in "Walks on Forest" that "The anarchist can ignore the technology and live in forest".
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Re: Homage to Nelson Mandela

Postby bababa3216 » Fri Feb 26, 2016 9:16 pm

the leader of Kurdish Workers Party?
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Re: Homage to Nelson Mandela

Postby PaulCharnetzki » Sun Feb 28, 2016 5:45 pm

Variagill is a Fascist, I'd ignore his posts from here. Let's watch him closely.
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Re: Homage to Nelson Mandela

Postby LayRong » Sun Jul 09, 2017 2:42 am

When my generation was in its teens, a popular song went as follows: 'To dream the impossible dream/To fight the unbeatable



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