Sunday, April 19, 2009

Mandela backs Jacob Zuma!

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Article by Marc Aupiais

In a situation in stark contrast to the past: when "Nelson Mandela" spent 27 years in prison in support of the communist affiliated (especially then) and pro-abortion (yes, also under "Nelson Mandela"/"Madiba") "ANC": "Nelson Mandela": is now attempting to help get the "ANC" ("African National Congress"): the 66% majority they need to change the constitution, including the "Bill of Rights".

The "ANC" has played a recorded speech from the Aged ex-president, in which he finishes with their slogan for the election. How aware "Nelson Mandela" is of the present circumstance in the country is uncertain. He did pitch up with "Jacob Zuma": to Ellis Park sports stadium, as seen on "ENEWSCHANNEL": and he did wave to crowds, but does not seem very able to stand up himself.

The "ANC" has received the most money from the taxpayer for their electoral campaign: and it is alleged by the "Mail and Guardian": that the "Chinese" government's ruling party: the "Communist Party", among others: have funded their extensive and expensive electoral campaign.

The "Zuma" party of the "ANC": recently ousted previous president "Thabo Mbeki", as president: who has not commented much on these elections. The "ANC", and their allies: has seemingly threatened violence against competitors: to annihilate: the "Democratic Alliance", to "Kill for Zuma", and "Jacob Zuma": seems to appose judicial review of parliament: as seen in his comments about Judges being like "God". "Jacob Zuma": does not believe that Ethnic Europeans, who are not Afrikaans: are "True South Africans": according to recent statements he has made during his campaign.

The "ANC": has introduced "Gay Marriage": and radical pro-abortion laws to "South Africa". A head of the "National Prosecuting Authority": who said he had a prima facie corruption case against "Jocob Zuma": was removed, and a successor dropped the case: based on what the Opposition has called "illegal" recordings of a conversation between the Former President, Thabo Mbeki: while in power, and the former head of the "Scorpions" ("South Africa"'s "FBI": which was disbanded having investigated "Jacob Zuma", among others: for corruption). "Shabir Shaik": convicted of a "Generally Corrupt" relationship with "ANC" President "Jacob Zuma": was recently released from jail of "Medical Grounds": his doctors: have said that he was not in fact at death's door, as would normally be required to release him.

With "Mandela"'s support, the "ANC": is more likely to get the 66% majority required to alter "South Africa"'s "Bill of Rights" (Chapter 2 of the "Constitution").

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