The Pope And The Terrorist

Let us feel good everybody!

I have not examined in detail the Bishop of Rome's words about the death of Lady Diana Mandela, though I do not doubt on close examination they will prove shallow to atrocious.

I am old enough to remember when Nelson Mandela was in jail because of terrorist activity, though if you asked the average illiterate teenager of today I doubt they would know what a terrorist is in the first place.

I also remember Mandela was the head of a communist (read my lips: communist) organisation, and that his second wife Winnie was for years at the head of a group of gangbanger thugs murdering around under the implicit protection of the Great Icon, who needed an awful lot of persuasion to finally decide to dump her, his new status of messiah of the liberal masses not being really compatible with the murderous harridan.

In addition, one cannot forget this is the man responsible for plunging South Africa in such a state of corruption, violence and economy-hampering affirmative action that you wonder whether any fool, picked randomly from the madhouse, would not have done better, only because he would not have needed to enrich countless members of his vast clan.

Potentially murderous terrorist. Communist. Complicit in mafia-like activity. Corrupt or conniving with corruption. This is not the stuff of a Christian hero.

Yes, Mandela did some things very right, but I wonder whether he had any alternative. It was undoubtedly wise to steer the country on a path of reconciliation, but the alternative would have been for the Whites – vastly superior in training, wealth, armament, and discipline – to massacre the Blacks like it's going out of fashion and go back to square… minus three, so the open confrontation and official settling of bills never had a chance; something, this, that Mandela must have known every day of his life.

Better, far better to play Gandhi and enrich the entire “entourage” in the process.

I know, I know. There is still merit in making wise decisions. Not many communist terrorists make them after all. I'll give him that. But come on, 27 years of jail generally help a lot in developing this kind of wisdom. Mandela had the wisdom to choose icon status and vast embezzling for his clan over fight to the death, which – he knew that very well – would have been swift. Wise, yes. But so extraordinary? People who marry for the third time at 80 tend not to look for martyrdom for the cause.

It is now being widely publicised Mandela was also – what do you expect from a communist terrorist? – responsible for a U-turn on abortion. Truly, this is Lady Diana with the little black dress.

Has Francis taken account of it? Where did he live before the early Nineties? I remember a lot about Mandela pre-icon status, and he is a couple of decades older than I.

Oh well. Critical thinking is unfit for this age. Shameless stirring of feel-good emotions is what the mob demands, as when people stop believing in God their need to feel good with themselves – another manifestation of extreme self-centredness – becomes extreme.

Francis knows it. He knows how they feel. He probably – not being a monster of depth – even thinks like them. He is the Pope for our times: shallow, populist, addicted to popularity, willing to sing with the secular choir, and eager to be approved by the wrong crowd. Nelson Mandela died! Let us feel good everybody!

When Francis meets His maker, he will be hailed as the White Lady Diana.

By the same communists, atheists, abortionist and assorted libtards now praising Nelson Mandela.

Mundabor

P. S. Mandela did not bring Apartheid to end. Not a bit. Decades of economic sanctions led by the baddy, baddy Western States did. Learn your history if you haven't lived it.

 

Posted on December 8, 2013, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Do you remember the quotes by his wife regarding necklacing? Oh, that was so disturbing.

  2. I like how you refer to Nellie the Terrie as Lady Diana Mandela. That’s funny.

  3. In addition, one cannot forget this is the man responsible for plunging South Africa in such a state of corruption, violence and economy-hampering affirmative action that you wonder whether any fool, picked randomly from the madhouse, would not have done better, only because he would not have needed to enrich countless members of his vast clan.

    That’s pretty unfair. South African whites are to blame for plunging South Africa into chaos. Black rule = chaos, everywhere. South African whites decided on “democracy” and, thus, black rule, and, thus, chaos. You don’t get to shoot someone and then say “I was just squeezing my finger!” Mandela deserves credit for keeping the genocide as slow as it has been. A slow genocide of S African whites is the best outcome we can hope for, and it is the outcome which has occurred. So, bully for Mandela.

    Mandela did not bring Apartheid to end. Not a bit. Decades of economic sanctions led by the baddy, baddy Western States did. Learn your history if you haven’t lived it.

    Exactly. The end of Apartheid is one more evil we can add to the indictment of modernity. Mandela was an completely irrelevant to that decision.

    • Well, no.
      You can allow a person with criminal intention to get a firearm, but when he robs a bank he is the robber, not you.

      Mandela could have used his prestige (such as it is) and popularity to systematically punish corruption. He chose t be the cover for it.

      M

    • You cannot blame democracy for this one. No one told Mandela to murder 20,000 people. And the only credit he should have gotten is the death penalty. The only way to stop the genocide is to have an effective police force. Methinks they can learn a bit from NYPD.

    • In a democracy, the people and their leaders are responsible for the way the country is managed. The astonishing corruption in south africa is the fruit of a corrupt mentality among the people (in large part not accustomed to such power) and the resulting unpunished corruption among the higher echelons, and the highest echelons.
      I actually always blame democracies for everything that happens within them: corruption, violence, so-called same-sex marriages, & Co.

      Germans and Swiss do not tolerate illegal immigration. Therefore, they have basically none.

      M

  4. Mundabor, nothing seems to slip your notice but did you happen to read about Bishop Tobin (U.S.) and the strong words he had to say about the passing of Mandela and the universal showering of adulation on him? He’s awesome and apparently speaking in direct contradiction to what Pope Francis had to say. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/12/09/catholic-bishop-slams-nelson-mandelas-legalizing-unlimited-abortion-as-shameful/

    • I’ve read it. He was also not the only one, if I remember correctly. The problem is, Francis’ rhetoric goes around the world, the bishops’ warnings I do not say around the block, but probably not much further the catholic press and blogosphere.

      M

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