How Chicago should honor Mandela

Dec 6, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Chicago Reader

After Nelson Mandela died yesterday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel issued a statement : "The world is sadder now because he has died; but we are comforted knowing that the world is better because he lived.

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reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#1 Dec 7, 2013
well the n word people on da south side could stop selling drugs for a week.

put down the guns for a week stop killing other n word people.

clean up the neighborhood.

stop mugging assaulting people for a week

stop stealing looting for a week

stop abusing welfare for a week.

stop wilding for a week.

be nice to a wetback for a week.

buy a police man a cup of coffee and a donut one day this week you'll find the cops in coffee shops in your hood.
lolol

Rio Rancho, NM

#2 Dec 7, 2013
all chittown blacks should immediately move to africa with miss okra at their lead
.
America for Americans, africa for africans, it's a big continent and will hold all that want to emigrate there
reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#5 Dec 7, 2013
bet nelson would be asking how long dem silly out of control n word people in chicago are going to keep killing other n word people?,
that self destructive behavior isn't human.

when will the n word people stop selling drugs go out and get one of the millions of jobs obozo created?.

when dem hos going to get off welfare stop having babies with no father in the house and get a job join real life?.

when will the n word and wetback street gangs stop killing and get jobs?.

when dem n word people going to clean up the hood and start living like real people?

when dem n word people going to smarten up and vote for some other political party?

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#7 Dec 7, 2013
Chicago nighurs should kill each other same as before. That would send a message to everybody.
joey

El Monte, CA

#9 Dec 7, 2013
They won't stop raping for a week either. The only African I'll honor is Tarzan.
EASY MONEY

Bangkok, Thailand

#10 Dec 7, 2013
Well lets see, Mandella was,what 90+, well mthe ghetto black garbage should go out and kill that amount in one night of those other ghetto thugs on the other side of the street. It won't do much for Mandella but it will make me happy.
reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#12 Dec 8, 2013
Charlie Bubbles wrote:
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By Robert Windrem, Investigative Producer, NBC News
From the White House to the halls of Congress, U.S. government officials have responded to the death of Nelson Mandela with a hail of testimonials to the late South African president’s leadership in the struggle for freedom and human rights.
Until five years ago, however, the U.S. officially considered Mandela a terrorist. During the Cold War, both the State and Defense departments dubbed Mandela’s political party, the African National Congress, a terrorist group, and Mandela’s name remained on the U.S. terrorism watch list till 2008.
Presidents Carter and Reagan and Congress had all instituted sanctions against the white minority South African government because of its policy of racial apartheid. But in 1986, Reagan condemned Mandela’s group, the ANC, which was leading the black struggle against the apartheid regime, saying it engaged in "calculated terror ... the mining of roads, the bombings of public places, designed to bring about further repression."
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After the apartheid regime in South Africa declared the ANC a terrorist group, the Reagan administration followed suit.
In August of 1988, the State Department listed the ANC among "organizations that engage in terrorism.” It said the group ''disavows a strategy that deliberately targets civilians,” but noted that civilians had “been victims of incidents claimed by or attributed to the ANC.”
Five months later, in January 1989, the Defense Department included the ANC in an official publication, "Terrorist Group Profiles," with a foreword by President-elect George H.W. Bush. The ANC was listed among 52 of the "world's more notorious terrorist groups." (One of the others listed, Yasser Arafat's Fatah, is now the ruling party in the West Bank.)
The publication referred to Mandela, who had once led the ANC’s military wing, as part of the "leadership," though by then he had spent more than a quarter century in prison. It also accepted the apartheid regime's claim that "ANC's operations -- which heretofore had sought to avoid civilian casualties -- abruptly changed. Attacks became more indiscriminate, resulting in both black and white civilian victims." Five months before the report was issued, the ANC had taken responsibility for some attacks that resulted in civilian deaths but had pledged to prevent a recurrence.
Leaders around the globe remember Nelson Mandela's fearless generosity, leadership, and remarkable force for change. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports.
The report cited 13 attacks during the 1980s, many of which targeted government facilities, including a military command headquarters, an unfinished nuclear plant, a courthouse and SASOL, the government-owned coal-to-oil conversion facility. Of those incidents that resulted in deaths, the biggest was a car-bombing of the South African Air Force headquarters in Pretoria that killed 19 and wounded 200.
The report also claimed significant links between the ANC and Communist countries, noting that the ANC "receives support from the Soviet bloc, Cuba and a number of African nations in addition to contributions from the West." The DoD report added that the ANC received many of its weapons from the "Soviet Bloc" and listed among its "political objectives" the establishment of a "multiracial Socialist government in South Africa."
When the Defense Department’s report was issued, State quickly distanced itself from the harsh, Cold War rhetoric. Despite its own earlier dire characterization of the ANC, it called the group "a politically diverse organization, representing a range of views. It is the oldest black nationalist movement in South Africa."
But the Defense Department stood by its language, and Mandela and other ANC officials remained.
dahhh forget cut and paste what do you think or is your mind a complete blank devoid of all original thought?
reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#13 Dec 8, 2013
joey wrote:
They won't stop raping for a week either. The only African I'll honor is Tarzan.
I'm more of a jane man myself. looking good in that skimpy outfit.
ROBERT E LEE

Houston, TX

#14 Dec 8, 2013
to honor that great commie--every APE should go back to Africa with a illegal under each arm.
boo ya

Virginia Beach, VA

#18 Dec 12, 2013
Honor him by destroying more neighborhoods with Section 8 vouchers?

Riiiight
Heisenberg

Alamogordo, NM

#19 Dec 13, 2013
I'll celebrate by taking a giant shyt, and hearing mandela go down the toilet.

Flying flags at 1/2 mast for this African clown? Who will we fly flags at 1/2 mast for next, via that Kenyan Marxist who should be jailed?
ROBERT E LEE

Houston, TX

#20 Dec 13, 2013
plant a banana tree in your yard.
Dave

United States

#21 Dec 14, 2013
Burn chicago and detroit to the ground, they are cesspools anyway.

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