MOTHER OF THE NECKLACE KILLINGS IS DEAD
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“With our boxes of matches and our necklaces we will liberate our country.” ~ Winnie Mandela.
There are fears that unrest and racial violence could sweep South Africa following the death of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, one of Africa’s most notorious killers. Ironically, the BBC’s most celebrated anti-apartheid campaigner was responsible for more black deaths than white fatalities. Top comment for sarcasm goes to the Dutch correspondent who writes, “the BBC announces 3 days of mourning.”
Those who recall the transition from separate racial development (apartheid) to Black rule, a euphemism for globalist control, recall Winnie Mandela being constantly eulogised by British media. Her supporters were found also in the anti-Apartheid Movement, heads of Church and the political elite. Needless to say, now that ethnic-Europeans suffer inequality and killings on a horrendous scale, all are silent and notable by their absent cameras and reporters.
The former wife of Marxist revolutionary Nelson Mandela, the firebrand from hell earned her sobriquet for her support of lynching. Tribal ‘justice’ was usually carried out by their black victim being singled out and hacked to death by a black mob.
Winnie Mandela’s favourite method of killing anyone suspected of not being ‘on message’ was to necklace her intended victim. Africans, some teenagers, were hunted down, pinioned and crucified in ways that defy the imagination.
Winnie Mandela was particularly fond of necklace murders. This gruesome tribal execution entailed a vehicle tyre being placed around the neck of a trussed victim.
For added incendiary effectiveness the tyre was often doused in petrol before being set alight. Crowds, egged on my Mandela, would party as the victim died under the most appalling suffering imaginable. On occasion BBC and ITV cameramen and crews witnessed these killings. Media’s presence invariably gave the killers encouragement of a kind. Such were Mandela’s brutal excesses that even the ANC was forced to distance themselves from her.
Mrs. Mandela was frequently arrested, gaoled, banished and put under house arrest. As far as is known she never once expressed regret over any of the hundreds of necklace killings she was personally responsible for or inspired in others.
Tonight, and for weeks to come, one can expect Western media to laud Mandela’s terrorist tenure. There will be little mention of a female psychopath who obscenely ululated whilst her victims screamed in their final agonies.
Mandela, who was 81-years of age, died following a failure of her kidneys after being admitted to Milpark Hospital. She had been ill for a number of years.
During her ex-husband’s 27-year imprisonment for terrorist offences, which he freely admitted to, Madikizela-Mandela was supported by media in their campaign to have the killer released. In 1994, control of South Africa passed to Wall Street’s proxy, Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress (ANC).
Winnie Mandela was born in the village of Mbongweni, Bizana, in the Transkei. The Mandela family issued a statement on Monday, stating.
“It is with profound sadness that we inform the public that Mrs. Winnie Madikizela-Mandela passed away at the Netcare Milpark Hospital, Johannesburg, South Africa on Monday 2 April 2018.
The family said it would release details of the memorial and funeral services once these have been finalised.
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