… On top of it, Nelson Mandela’s radical terrorism and his love for the Castro dictatorship are openly celebrated at one of the largest churches in The Big Apple, and the so-called mainstream media pays no attention whatsoever.
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What the Fuuuuudge? You’d have to look into a Communist publication to find the news, but there it is for everyone to see: King Raul’s daughter, Princess Mariela, traveled to New York City last week to attend a tribute linking Nelson Mandela and her murderous father and uncle.
It was a love fest for all wanna-be dictators and concentration camp wardens at Riverside Church in the upper reaches of Manhattan, near Harlem.
Ironically — one might even say “sarcastically” — the apartheid Castro Kingdom was praised for bringing an end to apartheid in South Africa.
As if this were not enough, Nelson Mandela was praised for what he really was: a terrorist and “Revolutionary Fighter.” Not a word about this from the mainstream press, of course.
A top-notch delegation of Castronoids attended the event as honored guests. This included the Kingdom’s UN delegation and Princess Mariela.
Where, where were the journalists that spilled barrels of ink eulogizing Mandela and proclaiming him a saint in the days following his death? Where the #$@!^&! were they?
If this deliberate oversight in reporting doesn’t count as a crime against humanity, then what does?
At Babalu we normally refrain from citing blood-drenched propaganda rags from the Dark Side, but in this instance, the propaganda rag’s report is itself evidence of the Dark Side’s love for violence and totalitarian repression and also of the dereliction of the world’s left-leaning journalists.
From Worker’s World:
New York tribute to Mandela and the Castro Brothers
A special tribute to the great freedom fighter Nelson Mandela was held Feb. 8 at the historic Riverside Church Chapel in Harlem, N.Y. Mandela, the first Black-elected president of post-apartheid South Africa, died this past Dec. 5 at age 95. The theme of the meeting was “Mandela ¡Presente! The Truth about Nelson Mandela: A Revolutionary Fighter — Revolutionary Cuba’s Key Part in the Defeat of Apartheid.”
Along with several hundred activists involved in many struggles of workers and oppressed peoples in Latin America, the Caribbean, North America, Asia and the Middle East, a high-level delegation from the Cuban Mission to the United Nations attended. This delegation was led by the Cuban Ambassador, Rodolfo Reyes, and Mariela Castro Espin, the daughter of Cuban president Raul Castro and the late Vilma Espin, a founding member of the Federation of Cuban Women.
Also in attendance was the South African Ambassador to the United Nations, Jeremiah Nyamane Kingsley Mamabolo.
The stirring tribute began with the singing of the South African and Cuban anthems, followed by videotaped greetings from Kenia Serrano, president of the Cuban Institute of Friendship for the People.
A powerful original video was shown of Nelson Mandela speaking before Fidel Castro and 100,000 people in Matanzas, Cuba, at the 1991 July 26th celebration. Mandela thanked the Cuban internationalists for their decisive role in defeating the apartheid army during the late 1980s. This visit was the first trip taken by Mandela outside South Africa after his release from prison in 1990.
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