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The man I love is dying

There are moments in everyone’s life which are etched in stone. On 11 February 1990, Watching Mandela walking out of 27 years of brutal captivity, essentially ending the despicable apartheid, is one of those moments for me. With the aim of overthrowing it, Mandela was a proponent of sever all round sanctions on the Apartheid regime. Over the years my respect and admiration for the man and what he has achieved for his beloved South Africa has increased to the nth degree. And when he refused the formal invitation of the Warmongering Messianic Islamists who have imposed a religious and gender apartheid on Iranians, it only affirmed my respect and admiration for this principled man. At this moment my thoughts and wishes for speedy recovery are with this tower of humanity who is not feeling well and is hospitalized. Mr. Mandela, I love you!

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Arash7

Arash None of your business

Fred,
From the title of your blog, I thought Netanyaboo is dying. Is this some kind of joke or are you actually evolving?

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

Roger, I appreciate you posting this for Fred, Mandela in his harmony with the IRI and the West that love extremism for the region is at this point is very similar to OBAMA for true democrats and idealists, who oppose the wests immorality and egomaniac imposition on the 3rd world, they are Nowkars and a totally disgusting disgraceful shame.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

We are all dying, some of us are sadly closer to the unknown moment than others.

Not so sure how firm Mandela's principles were:
Former ANC leader Nelson Mandela first visited Israel in 1999. Mandela said: "To the many people who have questioned why I came, I say: Israel worked very closely with the apartheid regime. I say: I've made peace with many men who slaughtered our people like animals. Israel cooperated with the apartheid regime, but it did not participate in any atrocities"
So how about the atrocities Israel does participate in? Are those okay Mr Mandela and worthy of your visit? Also how about being a world leader who is silent about the crimes going on for Iranians within Iran, by the Western created and Maintained extremists in Power today, this long term covert love affair with extremist Islam isn't something for you to perpetuate the quiet on. Silent Leaders are cheap and common.

Dear Mr Mandela your performance may be impressive by the standards of western leaders, who are in fact criminals from their own countries legal perspective, yet have the benefit of being above the law for under the excuse of national security reasons.

But from our Position, your knowledge, silence and inaction were not good enough. Unlike for example Sadat, who died acting and speaking to power against the criminal actions of a few, against all odds and for the right ideals and principles.