Mandela was No Martin Luther King, Jr. by Any Stretch

December 11, 2013 at 9:55 AM 5 comments

by Fred DeRuvo

Really? This man should be honored?

Really? This man should be honored?

It is absolutely amazing how far most people in the world, including Americans, have sunk. We literally deify people today who don’t deserve it. It’s not just because they are not gods, but because their lives were lived like they were terrorists.

Whatever one may think of Martin Luther King, Jr’s (MLK) politics, he endeavored to live a life of non-violent resistance. He used eloquence of speech as his main weapon against godless people who wanted to keep “black in their place.” He always took the high road in public (though rumors abound about his personal life).

He seemed to live many of the biblical tenets that created within him a desire to see people (ALL people) to the same level of equality. Since his death, things have changed dramatically. The known talking heads who deign to speak for the black community are not in the least like MLK. They are not eloquent. They are not wordsmiths. They do not live their lives practicing a sort of non-violent resistance.

The people that many blacks look up to today – Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Nelson Mandela, and many others – are leaders into the realm of tyranny, racism, and violence. This is the result of what they teach now that they have the microphone and the spotlight.

Nelson Mandela came across as a gentle man and one who appeared to be steeped in wisdom, unlike the Al Sharptons and Jesse Jacksons, whose poison-dipped tongues stir up trouble and hatred every time they open their mouths. Every time the media showed a picture or video of Mandela, he seemed to have that eternal smile that seemed to stem from a man who was at peace with the world and only wanted the best for the entire global society. Is that the case though?

When one takes the time to really understand what Mandela was all about, it becomes clear that he was the polar opposite of MLK. While most world leaders have taken time out to “honor” Mandela, some are sticking to their own understanding that Mandela should not be honored, except possibly as a terrorist by other terrorists.

Here is the obituary from the Freedom Centre (David Horowitz) website:

“Mandela began as a terrorist and never turned his back on monsters like Arafat and Castro, whom he considered brothers in arms,” said the release.

“But if a leader should be judged by his works, the country Mandela left behind is an indictment of his political career, not an achievement worthy of praise – let alone the unhinged adoration he is currently receiving across the political spectrum.”

“When pressed by the media about any changes in his stance on Mandela since his death, Anders emailed back, “I have previously provided my thoughts on Nelson Mandela. I will let history be the judge.”

Monuments to Mandela – whether made of concrete or emotional virtue – have been erected throughout the world.

As World Net Daily points out, “He was a committed member of the South African Communist Party. He was a leader of the revolutionary African National Congress, which he helped to radicalize into an organization sworn to armed, violent attacks.”

This is the type of individual the world now openly honors. Mandela was nothing like MLK, Gandhi, or many other influential leaders that rose up during periods of time to spread their message of peace, equality, or both. Certainly, Mandela is nothing like the greatest peacemaker of all, Jesus Christ, who lived, died, and rose again that we might have eternal salvation and peace with God the Father.

What is interesting is how Mandela turned South Africa into a place where murder, rape, and other crimes against white settlers are the norm. Phrases like “Kill the Boer, kill the farmer!” and “Maak dood die wit man” (Kill the white man)” have become the chant that serves to highlight their true feelings toward whites.”

Yes, this is the reaction to years of apartheid in parts of Africa, where it is now seen as acceptable for marauding gangs of blacks to go from farm to farm, killing white owners and simply taking their land. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of images that speak of deplorable and grisly murder scenes perpetrated by blacks against whites.

Mandela never spoke against this. In fact, he joined in singing the song “Kill the Boer” with other South African communist leaders.

But because Mandela is now dead, does that mean things will change there? Probably not because Obama has been doing whatever he can to ensure that Christians have no means of defending themselves against marauding gangs of Muslims who have been torturing, raping, beheading, and otherwise murdering Christians throughout various places in Africa.

Ironic that a man who grew to hate America’s “colonialism” can now stick his nose in other country’s business like the best of them, especially when Christians are on the receiving end of violent assaults by Muslims.

It amazes me how people are unable to see that this world is being overthrown by people like Mandela (and Obama). He is seen as a hero where none exists. He started off as a terrorist and finished as one, never denouncing that way of life. That type of person can only be a hero to other terrorists or those who are completely deceived, or love him because of the color of his skin.

This world is not getting better. It is becoming much worse. Can you imagine if God had not done what He did in Genesis 11? The world would have destroyed itself a long, long time ago.

Since that time, it’s definitely taken a while for the world to work itself back to this point and it appears that God is now allowing the world to accomplish what it tried to do then.

When terrorists are honored by many in the world, then woe unto us.

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  • 2. Lester  |  December 11, 2013 at 5:09 PM

    It’s a sad sad state of affairs in South Africa! Dito on all you have written here Fred! The world does not hear of all the murder and stealing of land by the Black Africans in that country. It’s actually worse than you have said. Mandela is sung about and glorified in La La land. So many people and celebrities are so naive and misinformed. Media has allot to do with that! Martin Luther King is and was a brother in Christ! If anything at all is said about him that is the most important legacy. Gandhi was an admirer of Jesus but not the christian Babylon he saw so clearly. There was an air of moral righteous spirituality around Gandhi. I don’t now where this present
    situation will take South Africa but chaos is always on the edge.

    • 3. modres  |  December 12, 2013 at 6:06 AM

      It’s really too bad that people cannot think for themselves but it is the way the world is going as we know.

  • 4. Sherry  |  December 11, 2013 at 10:45 AM

    In case anyone thinks that the Boers stole the S. African land from blacks it needs to be noted that they came and settled into uninhabited territory to build their farms. The blacks came in later to work and live.

    • 5. modres  |  December 11, 2013 at 10:46 AM

      Thank you – forgot to mention that, Sherry 🙂

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