On December 16th, 1961 urban areas, government and municipal installations came under attack by sabotage. Bombs brought down electrical pylons, damaged offices and rail tracks. Posters pasted up during the night announced the actions to be the work of a new body, Umkhonto we Sizwe, the military wing of the anc which would carry on armed forms of struggle for the liberation of the people. Umkhonto had surfaced briefly, and then disappeared into the ‘underground’ In the months following there were reports of deliberate crop burning, and of petty industrial sabotage of machines, rumours, tales, some true and some untrue, of further acts of sabotage against the buildings and installations of the State.
Mandela remained out of sight, unreported. Rumours abounded that he had been seen, now here, now there, that he had addressed secret meetings of activists in several centres; but no one knew for sure. And then the sudden news that he had been stopped at a road block on the Durban-Johannesburg road and arrested. Soon afterwards he was charged with inciting a strike on Republic Day, and with leaving the country illegally. In November 1962 he was sentenced to five years' imprisonment.
The Rivonia Trial: November 26 1963 to June 12 1964
The defendants were Nelson Mandela and eleven other anc acolytes.
Recruiting persons for training in the preparation and use of explosives and in guerrilla warfare for the purpose of violent revolution and committing acts of sabotage Conspiring to commit the aforementioned acts and to aid foreign military units when they invaded the Republic of South Africa, Acting in these ways to further the objects of communism soliciting and receiving money for these purposes from sympathizers in Algeria, Ethiopia, Liberia, Nigeria, Tunisia and elsewhere. and elsewhere. Prosecutor Percy Yutar said in his opening address, that the defendants had access to "Production requirements" (munitions) to blow up a city the size of Johannesburg.
Originally the death penalty had been requested, but was changed because of worldwide liberal protests and skilled legal manoeuvres on the part of the defence team. Nelson Mandela would spend nearly thirty years in prison as a result of the trial. He was released on February 10th 1990 by President FW de Klerk. The reality is that Mandela on the 12 th June 1964 was nothing more than a irritating gangster acting out his political fantasies, certainly not the over rated deity of today and who should have been hanged in spite of the liberal wailings to the contrary.
Crimes by Association
Mandela ceased to commit any hands on offence (unless one considers his singing to be an incitement to commit a crime?) from this point onwards but we turn firstly to his organisation's crimes, for the crimes of the anc are his crimes as he failed to condemn them or distance himself from them. He, the main socius-criminis reduced good rocks to dust whilst his acolytes pursued his goals. The anc through its MK Luthuli detachment attempted to traverse Rhodesia on its western flank and to infiltrate South Africa across the northern Transvaal borders. The joint force was soon detected by the Rhodesian security forces and destroyed in a series of encounters in the Wankie and Sipolilo areas between 1967 and 1968. The illegal use of foreign territory for the purpose of promoting terrorism in South Africa found approval in Mandela’s subsequent silence..
The Church St bombing 20 May 1983, The Amanzimtoti bombing, December 23, 1985, The Trust bank bombing, The atrocities at Camp Quatro, The Magoo atrocity 14 th June 1986, The Esplanade Bombing, 8 th January 1982, The attack on the Koeberg nuclear power plant, The total number of people killed or injured in the 30 years of the Anc / MK's liberation campaigns will never be known. The overwhelming majority of this dead legion were black.
The true Mandela was revealed for an indifferent, unseeing and unhearing world when he sang “Kill the Ama Bhulu” – Kill the Whites/Boers, publicly stating for the world to hear "We the members of MK have pledged ourselves to kill them, the whites" - Nelson Mandela, the smiling master of indifference. He has never spoken out of the extreme violence and secret genocide being committed against the white minority of South Africa. Tens of thousands of whites have been murdered since 1994. Brutal torture, assault and rape is commonplace and not even the young or elderly are spared. And in his silence he connives with and condones this criminal activity.
And Now ?