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Telling no lie about history of South Africa.



While British historical statues are being torn down and vandalized by the hostile organization namely, BLM, a statue of the communist terrorist mass murderer Nelson Mandela is still standing in Parliament Square, London!

He Is NOT even British!


BLM activists argue that statues that represent great wrongs that have been done in the past should be torn down - and on that basis, Nelson Mandela's statue in Parliament Square should be top of the list for demolition.


Britain First, the creator of the petition with our support from Management and Admin for #BreakTheSilenceAboutSouthAfrica demands that the statue of Nelson Mandela to be torn down forthwith in order that any memory of this violent communist and terrorist be consigned to the dustbin of history.


Petition: Please sign the petition below and your message will be sent to Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, and Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister:


LINK: Copy or Paste the Link beneath into your web browser or alternatively Click on the link attached, a new window opens to the page where the individual can choose to sign.

https://www.britainfirst.org/tear-down-nelson-mandela-statue?utm_campaign=nelson_mandela_3&utm_medium=email&utm_source=britainfirst


Who was Nelson Mandela? Beginning on 16 December 1961, the campaign by Military Wing of the African National Congress namely, uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) with Mandela as its leader was launched, with bomb attacks on government targets and planned for possible guerrilla warfare. The first target of the campaign was an electricity sub-station.


Beneath is a list of just some of the terrorist atrocities committed by the Military Wing of the African National Congress namely, uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) with Mandela as its leader.


One of the most well known bombings by MK was the 1983 Church Street bombing incident in Pretoria. A bomb was detonated near the South African Air Force Headquarters, resulting in 19 deaths and 217 injuries.


In 1985 the Amanzimtoti bombing on the popular Natal South Coast, five civilians were killed and 40 were injured when uMkhonto we Sizwe (MK) cadre Andrew Sibusiso Zondo detonated an explosive in a rubbish bin at a shopping centre shortly before Christmas. In a submission to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), the ANC stated that Zondo's act, though "understandable". Zondo was executed in 1986. However, the ANC in their usual callousness named a main street in Amanzimtoti to honour their "hero", Zondo.

Meanwhile from late 80's to current date world-wide main stream media re-brand Nelson Mandela to be an entirely different person.



Judgment By The Truth and Reconciliation Commission TRC) found that the use of torture by uMkhonto we Sizwe (MK) was "routine", as were executions "without due process" at African National Congress (ANC) Camp Quatro torture and detention camp in Angola . This was particularly true in the period of 1979–1989, although torture was not official ANC policy. The TRC called the Durban bombing a "gross violation of human rights".

The TRC also noted in its report that the "ANC had, in the course of the conflict, contravened the Geneva Protocols and was responsible for the commission of gross human rights violations of the three main parties in the conflict.


To find out more about the real South Africa: Read the book titled "Peoples War" written by Anthea Jeffrey.

Synopsis: More than 26 years have passed since South Africans were being shot or hacked or burned to death in political violence, and the memory of the trauma has faded. Nevertheless, some 20 500 people were killed between 1984 and 1994. Conventional wisdom has it that most died as a result of the ANC’s people’s war.

Many books have been written on South Africa’s political transition, but none has dealt adequately with the people’s war. This book does. It shows the extraordinary success of the people’s war in giving the ANC a virtual monopoly on power, as well as the great cost at which this was done. The high price of it is still being paid.

Apart from the terror and killings it sparked at the time, the people’s war set in motion forces that cannot easily be tamed. Violence, once unleashed, is not easy to stamp out. ‘Ungovernability’, once generated, is not readily reversed.





For this new edition, Anthea Jeffery has revised and abridged her seminal work. She has also included a brief overview of the ANC’s National Democratic Revolution (NDR) for which the people’s war was intended to prepare the way. Since 1994, the NDR has been implemented in many different spheres. It is now being speeded up in its second and more radical phase.


Please sign the petition by using the link provided above.


Thank you.


Kind regards

Admin for Break The Silence About South Africa. published the petition for and on behalf of Timothy Burton.




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