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    Still dead, no signs of movement, be ready for all day live coverage of dead communist leader.
    The difference between pigs and people is that when they tell you you're cured it isn't a good thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marv View Post
    Obama's speaking now praising Mandella. Something he didn't do when Margaret Thatcher passed.

    Will he go to the funeral? Something he didn't do when Margaret Thatcher passed.
    Thinks this answers that.

    WH officials say Pres Obama will attend the State Funeral for Mandela in South Africa. Scores of world leaders expected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Thinks this answers that.
    I wonder, do they have a golf course or will he do some putting around the tombstones.
    The difference between pigs and people is that when they tell you you're cured it isn't a good thing.
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    Still down for the count, nothing to see here move along.
    Stay tuned for more live updates as they are available.
    The difference between pigs and people is that when they tell you you're cured it isn't a good thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    Still down for the count, nothing to see here move along.
    Stay tuned for more live updates as they are available.
    It keeps the press from focusing on the 7 million people that won't join Obamacare.


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    Where do you file this gem?

    Rest In Peace America
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Where do you file this gem?

    File it under "F" for "face. fucking. palm."



    ETA: I take that back. Apparently, it's a photoshop job.

    Now I have to choke out the words that my faith in humanity is slightly restored because of ... Paris Hilton. <wretch> <cough> <spit>
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    Revering Nelson Mandela
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    ...Although Mandela led a brutal gang of socialist revolutionaries best known for the practice of necklacing; allied himself with a rogue’s gallery of terrorists and maniacs, including Fidel Castro, Yasser Arafat, and Muammar Gaddafi; and also threw in with the Soviet Union during the height of the Cold War, he was far from the worst leader Sub-Saharan Africa has produced. When he took power, he behaved for the most part responsibly, refraining from aggressively repressing whites, in stark contrast to the goons who run South Africa now. No one in his right mind would want to live under him, but he looks great in comparison to racist looters like Jacob Zuma, Robert Mugabe, and Barack Obama.

    That Obama is no Nelson Mandela is evidenced by Obama’s shameless attempts to hitch his horse to Mandela’s wagon...

    ...The truly clueless may believe Mandela was imprisoned in that cell for peacefully protesting. Actually, he was in jail for terrorist acts that legally qualified him for the death penalty.

    Mandela’s record was mixed: he was neither a demon nor an angel. So why do the comfy white liberals who paved his way to power by putting the screws to South Africa worship him?

    To answer that question, first we have to answer another: What happens now that his moderating presence is gone?

    This report from June indicates what South Africa has to look forward to:

    Documented cases of farm killings make for gruesome reading, with children murdered along with their parents, one family suffocated with plastic bags and countless brutal rapes of elderly women and young children.

    These horrors have prompted Genocide Watch — a respected American organisation which monitors violence around the world — to claim that the murders of ‘Afrikaner farmers and other whites is organised by racist communists determined to drive whites out of South Africa, nationalise farms and mines, and bring on all the horrors of a communist state’.

    Indeed, a disturbing number of whites are terrified that Mandela’s passing will lead to an outpouring of violence from black South Africans…

    Current president Jacob Zuma has been filmed singing a cheerful song about shooting whites. Savage attacks on white farmers are commonplace and rarely punished. Affirmative Action has been taken to such grotesque extremes that the government imports workers from Cuba when no qualified blacks can be found. Yet the situation is likely to get even worse.

    Alongside [Zuma as he sang about killing whites] was a notorious character called Julius ‘Juju’ Malema, a former leader of the ANC youth league, who is now Zuma’s bitter enemy and is reportedly planning to launch a new political party after Mandela’s death. …

    Malema is popular among young blacks, and has also been an enthusiastic singer of Kill The Boer and another song called Bring Me My Machine-Gun.

    Polls this week showed a huge surge in support among young black South Africans for his policies, which he says will ignore reconciliation, and fight for social justice in an ‘onslaught against [the] white male monopoly’.

    With chilling echoes of neighbouring Zimbabwe, where dictator Robert Mugabe launched a murderous campaign to drive white farmers off the land in 2000, Malema wants all white-owned land to be seized without compensation, along with nationalisation of the country’s lucrative mines. …

    Enthusiastically backed by Winnie Mandela, Nelson’s second wife — who is still hugely popular in South Africa despite her suspected role in several murders — Malema is a charismatic figure who once threw a BBC correspondent out of a press conference for asking about his wealthy lifestyle.

    His words have done nothing to allay the fears of white communities, some of which have taken extreme measures to protect themselves.

    One such measure was the establishment of Kleinfontein, a heavily guarded white-only community of 1,000 souls in Pretoria. Sixty murders occur per day in South Africa; but “there is no armed robbery, murder or rape in Kleinfontein.”

    Tiny pockets of civilization like Kleinfontein are puddles left behind by a dying ocean. A few last fish will flop in the mud, gasping for breath, as the puddles dry out. Then there will be nothing...
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    http://www.frontpagemag.com/2013/dgr...n-the-shadows/

    ...Western liberals like simplistic stories and Mandela was their happy ending. His very existence freed them from the need to learn anything more about what happened after apartheid. By knowing him, they knew, as Paul Harvey would say, the rest of the story. Mandela freed them from knowing history.

    Everyone knows the history of South Africa and no one knows it. The dynamics of a troubled past that were reduced to a happy ending built around one man are still playing out in South Africa. Even as the mourning for Mandela goes on, one child is raped every three minutes in South Africa and three children are murdered every day.

    If there is anything that the world ought to mourn, not only today, but every day, it is a horrifying reality in which a South African woman is more likely to be raped than to learn to read, a quarter of the men admit to having raped and men with AIDS believe that they can find a cure by raping a baby.

    Troubling facts like these defy the easy inspiration of the happy ending. They remind us that history does not stop the way that a film script does. There is no moment when the crowd cheers, the camera pans up and the audience is free to leave the theater and look no further because the story has ended....

    ...When a farmer’s family is brutally murdered by his own workers and men rape the children of their neighbors in the hopes of curing themselves of AIDS—there can be no such thing as trust. The story told in so many of the movies where Mandela played by Sidney Poitier or Morgan Freeman teaches blacks and whites to set aside their hatred has not worked out nearly as well in real life.

    In the new apartheid, the black government represses a white minority and abuses its power over the black majority in ways that Western liberals would never tolerate if it were being practiced by men with Dutch last names. Every government crime is covered up by more incitement against the white minority with each generation of activists struggling to outdo the previous generation in its anti-white racism....
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