RIP NELSON MANDELA..is OBAMA the new MANDELA?

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    Mandela was considered by many a terrorist. He certainly was no Ghandi or MLK. Obama could well be the new Mandela.

     
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    Two morons posting back to back. The first moron comes in with a blatantly racist statement because if Obama wasn't black, he'd never make the inference.

    Next, we have Babe who just called Mandeal a terrorist. One of the world's greatest leaders of principle and a guy with incredible intestinal fortitude,  is somehow a "terrorist"?

    You said you attended college, right, Babe?  May I ask where you went to college? Was David Duke your professor by chance?

    RIP Nelson Mandela. He helped change the world for the better.

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    Have to completely agree with you on all points...

    Mandela was no terrorist...he was a victim of a supremely terrorist-reactionary state...there is no genuine and knowledgable source who says otherwise unless they are a member of the KKK or American Nazi Bund...not even that bastion of right wing hate known as Fox Noise Network thinks he was a terrorist. Mind numbing blindness to what happens in the real world...

    Mandela was a leader in bringing divergent and devided peoples together. In South Africa he used sports to bind generations old wounds. His is and will always be a legacy of peace and love, of brotherhood and forgiveness.

     

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    So you answered the question. Obama will never be the new Mandela. Thanks.

     
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    Mandela was considered by many a terrorist. He certainly was no Ghandi or MLK. Obama could well be the new Mandela.

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    You sound more boneheaded than ever. He was a political prisoner. He was labeled a terrorist by the white SA's who were worried they were losing there country. He thought that armed conflict was unavoidable but before he was arrested he only took part in civil disobence. Until Obama spends 30 years in prison for demanding equal rights there is no comparison.

     
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    Mandela was considered by many a terrorist. He certainly was no Ghandi or MLK. Obama could well be the new Mandela.

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    Also 500,000 people died after Ghandi won Indian indepedence.

     
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    Mandela was considered by many a terrorist. He certainly was no Ghandi or MLK. Obama could well be the new Mandela.

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    Obama is not a terrorist. He's more like a used car salesman with expensive suits and flawless teleprompters..a televangelist like the one from Fletch Lives, except lee ermey is smarter and better looking.

     
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    Mandela is not the saint the US media portrays. Outside the genocide in South Africa is newsworthy, but not here for some reason. 

     
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    Two morons posting back to back. The first moron comes in with a blatantly racist statement because if Obama wasn't black, he'd never make the inference.

    Next, we have Babe who just called Mandeal a terrorist. One of the world's greatest leaders of principle and a guy with incredible intestinal fortitude,  is somehow a "terrorist"?

    You said you attended college, right, Babe?  May I ask where you went to college? Was David Duke your professor by chance?

    RIP Nelson Mandela. He helped change the world for the better.

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    Have to completely agree with you on all points...

    Mandela was no terrorist...he was a victim of a supremely terrorist-reactionary state...there is no genuine and knowledgable source who says otherwise unless they are a member of the KKK or American Nazi Bund...not even that bastion of right wing hate known as Fox Noise Network thinks he was a terrorist. Mind numbing blindness to what happens in the real world...

    Mandela was a leader in bringing divergent and devided peoples together. In South Africa he used sports to bind generations old wounds. His is and will always be a legacy of peace and love, of brotherhood and forgiveness.

     

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    Comrade Melly, we often have commmon ground but ur wrong on this and owe me an apology. i will hold my breath til you acquiesce. there's a difference b/being racist and racialist? UNFORTUNATELY, THERE AINT MANY WHITE GUYS WHO HAD TO FIGHT FOR THEIR FREeDOM IN THE LASt 500 years esp from other races.. got that? its a coincidence of fate or race if u will.. is there a white mandela? is there a white guy in our lifetimes who had to fight another race or pigment to get out of their lands or to give them their basic human dignity or rights?

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    Try South Africa right now.  Or just watch the news once in a while. 

     
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    Mandela is not the saint the US media portrays. Outside the genocide in South Africa is newsworthy, but not here for some reason. 

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    He is not a saint but by the time he was president he was a frail sickly old man, who described to be isolated and lonely. He was the president of SA while some horrible things happen to blame him would be the same as blaming Herbert Hoover for the Depression.

     
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    Two morons posting back to back. The first moron comes in with a blatantly racist statement because if Obama wasn't black, he'd never make the inference.

    Next, we have Babe who just called Mandeal a terrorist. One of the world's greatest leaders of principle and a guy with incredible intestinal fortitude,  is somehow a "terrorist"?

    You said you attended college, right, Babe?  May I ask where you went to college? Was David Duke your professor by chance?

    RIP Nelson Mandela. He helped change the world for the better.

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    Have to completely agree with you on all points...

    Mandela was no terrorist...he was a victim of a supremely terrorist-reactionary state...there is no genuine and knowledgable source who says otherwise unless they are a member of the KKK or American Nazi Bund...not even that bastion of right wing hate known as Fox Noise Network thinks he was a terrorist. Mind numbing blindness to what happens in the real world...

    Mandela was a leader in bringing divergent and devided peoples together. In South Africa he used sports to bind generations old wounds. His is and will always be a legacy of peace and love, of brotherhood and forgiveness.

     

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    Comrade Melly, we often have commmon ground but ur wrong on this and owe me an apology. i will hold my breath til you acquiesce. there's a difference b/being racist and racialist? UNFORTUNATELY, THERE AINT MANY WHITE GUYS WHO HAD TO FIGHT FOR THEIR FREeDOM IN THE LASt 500 years esp from other races.. got that? its a coincidence of fate or race if u will.. is there a white mandela? is there a white guy in our lifetimes who had to fight another race or pigment to get out of their lands or to give them their basic human dignity or rights?

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    Try South Africa right now.  Or just watch the news once in a while. 

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    Again you are blaming traditional tribal conflicts on an retired old man. Is Ghandi responsible for the gang rapes in India?

     
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    Two morons posting back to back. The first moron comes in with a blatantly racist statement because if Obama wasn't black, he'd never make the inference.

    Next, we have Babe who just called Mandeal a terrorist. One of the world's greatest leaders of principle and a guy with incredible intestinal fortitude,  is somehow a "terrorist"?

    You said you attended college, right, Babe?  May I ask where you went to college? Was David Duke your professor by chance?

    RIP Nelson Mandela. He helped change the world for the better.

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    Have to completely agree with you on all points...

    Mandela was no terrorist...he was a victim of a supremely terrorist-reactionary state...there is no genuine and knowledgable source who says otherwise unless they are a member of the KKK or American Nazi Bund...not even that bastion of right wing hate known as Fox Noise Network thinks he was a terrorist. Mind numbing blindness to what happens in the real world...

    Mandela was a leader in bringing divergent and devided peoples together. In South Africa he used sports to bind generations old wounds. His is and will always be a legacy of peace and love, of brotherhood and forgiveness.

     

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    Comrade Melly, we often have commmon ground but ur wrong on this and owe me an apology. i will hold my breath til you acquiesce. there's a difference b/being racist and racialist? UNFORTUNATELY, THERE AINT MANY WHITE GUYS WHO HAD TO FIGHT FOR THEIR FREeDOM IN THE LASt 500 years esp from other races.. got that? its a coincidence of fate or race if u will.. is there a white mandela? is there a white guy in our lifetimes who had to fight another race or pigment to get out of their lands or to give them their basic human dignity or rights?

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    Lots of white people fought lots of other white people for independence, liberty, freedom and from a different form of slavery called taxation. Want to guess who those white people who won were? Let me give you a hint...you wouldn't be posting here with your crazy stuff if they lost. 

     
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    Two morons posting back to back. The first moron comes in with a blatantly racist statement because if Obama wasn't black, he'd never make the inference.

    Next, we have Babe who just called Mandeal a terrorist. One of the world's greatest leaders of principle and a guy with incredible intestinal fortitude,  is somehow a "terrorist"?

    You said you attended college, right, Babe?  May I ask where you went to college? Was David Duke your professor by chance?

    RIP Nelson Mandela. He helped change the world for the better.

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    Have to completely agree with you on all points...

    Mandela was no terrorist...he was a victim of a supremely terrorist-reactionary state...there is no genuine and knowledgable source who says otherwise unless they are a member of the KKK or American Nazi Bund...not even that bastion of right wing hate known as Fox Noise Network thinks he was a terrorist. Mind numbing blindness to what happens in the real world...

    Mandela was a leader in bringing divergent and devided peoples together. In South Africa he used sports to bind generations old wounds. His is and will always be a legacy of peace and love, of brotherhood and forgiveness.

     

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    Comrade Melly, we often have commmon ground but ur wrong on this and owe me an apology. i will hold my breath til you acquiesce. there's a difference b/being racist and racialist? UNFORTUNATELY, THERE AINT MANY WHITE GUYS WHO HAD TO FIGHT FOR THEIR FREeDOM IN THE LASt 500 years esp from other races.. got that? its a coincidence of fate or race if u will.. is there a white mandela? is there a white guy in our lifetimes who had to fight another race or pigment to get out of their lands or to give them their basic human dignity or rights?

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    Try South Africa right now.  Or just watch the news once in a while. 

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    i do and actually am friends with a few white southies who had to leave due to the massive rape targeting and killings and lack of much judicial relief. the difference is that its not them per se.. try being black in south africa, u get the same treatment. just a lousy social culture.. kind of happens when you've been missocialized and jim crowed for hundreds of years in your own nation. obama is the most conservative of dems yet he's called every horrible socialist name in the book, mostly due to his pigment. you think if a real brotha (with a slavery-based background) like jesse or al sharpton was prez or a hillary, they would be less conservative THAN OBAMA?  give me a break.

    south africa today is paying for the sins of its past, both white and black. whites arent officially targeted, were allowed to keep their lands and wealth and have legal avenues of recourse. as cheney said about the iraqis, what do u expect from a repressed people enjoying freedom for the first time? of course it is not as bad as before for most (meaning the black majority).. big different suffering in freedom than in legal chains. it will work it self out in generations..

    methinks its harder to for poor bama to find common ground with illogical social teabaggists than for mandela with segregationists/apartheid folks.

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    You really do need help. Obama is a socialist. Don't believe me, trying reading the 13,000 page obama care bill. The largest socialist program beside welfare and SS ever passed. Just because he doesn't belong to the socialist party doesn't mean he isn't one.

    i also seif you've been reading and listening to main stream propaganda too much. try reading some alternative news on what the tea party is and maybe you can make your own sheeple mind up. Not that I support them, but to use social and teabager in the same sentence is like saying purple watermelon. They just don't go together. Educate yourself and turn off the TV.

     
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    Two morons posting back to back. The first moron comes in with a blatantly racist statement because if Obama wasn't black, he'd never make the inference.

    Next, we have Babe who just called Mandeal a terrorist. One of the world's greatest leaders of principle and a guy with incredible intestinal fortitude,  is somehow a "terrorist"?

    You said you attended college, right, Babe?  May I ask where you went to college? Was David Duke your professor by chance?

    RIP Nelson Mandela. He helped change the world for the better.

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    Have to completely agree with you on all points...

    Mandela was no terrorist...he was a victim of a supremely terrorist-reactionary state...there is no genuine and knowledgable source who says otherwise unless they are a member of the KKK or American Nazi Bund...not even that bastion of right wing hate known as Fox Noise Network thinks he was a terrorist. Mind numbing blindness to what happens in the real world...

    Mandela was a leader in bringing divergent and devided peoples together. In South Africa he used sports to bind generations old wounds. His is and will always be a legacy of peace and love, of brotherhood and forgiveness.

     

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    Comrade Melly, we often have commmon ground but ur wrong on this and owe me an apology. i will hold my breath til you acquiesce. there's a difference b/being racist and racialist? UNFORTUNATELY, THERE AINT MANY WHITE GUYS WHO HAD TO FIGHT FOR THEIR FREeDOM IN THE LASt 500 years esp from other races.. got that? its a coincidence of fate or race if u will.. is there a white mandela? is there a white guy in our lifetimes who had to fight another race or pigment to get out of their lands or to give them their basic human dignity or rights?

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    Yes, the difference is that "racialist" is a made up word.  It's funny when Ali G says it.  You - not so much.

     

     
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    Since we linked Ghandi to Mandella,

     

    Ghandi was an incredible hypocrite, he wanted India to be free from British rule, but he thought British reign over Sub-Sahara Africa was justified due to them "being barely humans, shade above animals".

     

     
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialism

    Socialism is too often simply used - by Americans - as a term of something you don't like. Though there are more branches of socialism than I care to list - or know of for that matter, in political/economic terms socialism in general is characterized by social ownership of the means of production and co-management of the economy. By that definition neither is Obama a socialist nor is the US turning into a socialist society. To claim otherwise is wrong. As in very wrong.

    What healthcare could be viewed as is change towards more of a welfare state. One may or may not like that, but to call it something it is not derails the argument.

    Back on topic. Mandela is right up there as one of the most important figures in the last 50 years. Not as president, but as the leader of the Anti-Apartheid movement, and as symbol of the fight for freedom.

    Obamas presidency I believe has been a disappointment to many, but he too will stand as a symbol, and as a historical figure in the history of your country. 

     
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialism

    Socialism is too often simply used - by Americans - as a term of something you don't like. Though there are more branches of socialism than I care to list - or know of for that matter, in political/economic terms socialism in general is characterized by social ownership of the means of production and co-management of the economy. By that definition neither is Obama a socialist nor is the US turning into a socialist society. To claim otherwise is wrong. As in very wrong.

    What healthcare could be viewed as is change towards more of a welfare state. One may or may not like that, but to call it something it is not derails the argument.

    Back on topic. Mandela is right up there as one of the most important figures in the last 50 years. Not as president, but as the leader of the Anti-Apartheid movement, and as symbol of the fight for freedom.

    Obamas presidency I believe has been a disappointment to many, but he too will stand as a symbol, and as a historical figure in the history of your country. 

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    most Americans think Socialism is Communism because one of S in USSR was Socialism, they're shocked to find out that public schools, fire departments are Socialist in nature.

     
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    Every once in awhile, and against my better judgment, I stray away from football talk to political talk here….

    Nelson Mandela changed apartheid in South Africa, an amazing and profound change. He sacrificed over 20 years of his life and remained true to his convictions.

    South Africa labeled him as a terrorist…hmmm…well…we were terrorists to the British in Lexington on April 19, 1775 I suppose. Apartheid was a brutal suppression of human life, a devaluing of the human race. Mandela was non violent until he tired of having his people killed…so yes..he formed and led the ANC..what choice did he have.

    Upon his freedom he did not seek revenge, he was not bitter and in fact he forgave his suppressors and extended his hand to them in a pledge to work together to resolve their long standing differences.

    Nelson Mandela was indeed a remarkable and great man. His place in history is secure, as it should be.

    A blog to his passing would be very appropriate…dragging Obama into it simply makes it a Troll posting and takes away from the reflection of the memory of a truly remarkable man.

    Off my soap box now…

     
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    Every once in awhile, and against my better judgment, I stray away from football talk to political talk here….

    Nelson Mandela changed apartheid in South Africa, an amazing and profound change. He sacrificed over 20 years of his life and remained true to his convictions.

    South Africa labeled him as a terrorist…hmmm…well…we were terrorists to the British in Lexington on April 19, 1775 I suppose. Apartheid was a brutal suppression of human life, a devaluing of the human race. Mandela was non violent until he tired of having his people killed…so yes..he formed and led the ANC..what choice did he have.

    Upon his freedom he did not seek revenge, he was not bitter and in fact he forgave his suppressors and extended his hand to them in a pledge to work together to resolve their long standing differences.

    Nelson Mandela was indeed a remarkable and great man. His place in history is secure, as it should be.

    A blog to his passing would be very appropriate…dragging Obama into it simply makes it a Troll posting and takes away from the reflection of the memory of a truly remarkable man.

    Off my soap box now…

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    About as well-crafted and articulate a post as I've seen in this forum - ever.  Well said, sir.

     

     
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    Two morons posting back to back. The first moron comes in with a blatantly racist statement because if Obama wasn't black, he'd never make the inference.

    Next, we have Babe who just called Mandeal a terrorist. One of the world's greatest leaders of principle and a guy with incredible intestinal fortitude,  is somehow a "terrorist"?

    You said you attended college, right, Babe?  May I ask where you went to college? Was David Duke your professor by chance?

    RIP Nelson Mandela. He helped change the world for the better.

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    Have to completely agree with you on all points...

    Mandela was no terrorist...he was a victim of a supremely terrorist-reactionary state...there is no genuine and knowledgable source who says otherwise unless they are a member of the KKK or American Nazi Bund...not even that bastion of right wing hate known as Fox Noise Network thinks he was a terrorist. Mind numbing blindness to what happens in the real world...

    Mandela was a leader in bringing divergent and devided peoples together. In South Africa he used sports to bind generations old wounds. His is and will always be a legacy of peace and love, of brotherhood and forgiveness.

     

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    Comrade Melly, we often have commmon ground but ur wrong on this and owe me an apology. i will hold my breath til you acquiesce. there's a difference b/being racist and racialist? UNFORTUNATELY, THERE AINT MANY WHITE GUYS WHO HAD TO FIGHT FOR THEIR FREeDOM IN THE LASt 500 years esp from other races.. got that? its a coincidence of fate or race if u will.. is there a white mandela? is there a white guy in our lifetimes who had to fight another race or pigment to get out of their lands or to give them their basic human dignity or rights?

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    Try South Africa right now.  Or just watch the news once in a while. 

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    i do and actually am friends with a few white southies who had to leave due to the massive rape targeting and killings and lack of much judicial relief. the difference is that its not them per se.. try being black in south africa, u get the same treatment. just a lousy social culture.. kind of happens when you've been missocialized and jim crowed for hundreds of years in your own nation. obama is the most conservative of dems yet he's called every horrible socialist name in the book, mostly due to his pigment. you think if a real brotha (with a slavery-based background) like jesse or al sharpton was prez or a hillary, they would be less conservative THAN OBAMA?  give me a break.

    south africa today is paying for the sins of its past, both white and black. whites arent officially targeted, were allowed to keep their lands and wealth and have legal avenues of recourse. as cheney said about the iraqis, what do u expect from a repressed people enjoying freedom for the first time? of course it is not as bad as before for most (meaning the black majority).. big different suffering in freedom than in legal chains. it will work it self out in generations..

    methinks its harder to for poor bama to find common ground with illogical social teabaggists than for mandela with segregationists/apartheid folks.

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    You really do need help. Obama is a socialist. Don't believe me, trying reading the 13,000 page obama care bill. The largest socialist program beside welfare and SS ever passed. Just because he doesn't belong to the socialist party doesn't mean he isn't one.

    i also seif you've been reading and listening to main stream propaganda too much. try reading some alternative news on what the tea party is and maybe you can make your own sheeple mind up. Not that I support them, but to use social and teabager in the same sentence is like saying purple watermelon. They just don't go together. Educate yourself and turn off the TV.

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    Social Security was one of the more brilliant plans ever.   So is Medicare. My parents earned both.   It's why we are a better country than many others.  It's scary to watch people not get it. 

    I have to laugh at people who are either drunk, delusional or morons who do not realize how bad things were pre World War II.  

    The Tea Party is clearly one step away from the Nazi Party.   Each was an extremist movement.

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    The Tea Party is a fiscal conservative party that supports the Constitution. The Nazi party were Aryan Supremists. Do you have any education? Incidently I belong to neither.

     
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