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Friday, 6 December 2013

Nelson Mendela: A sinner who refused salvation: A sinner whose good works do not lead to heaven: South African Missionary Cautions Against New Film Praising Life of Nelson Mandela:Ignored by the media: Mandela signed one of the most pro-abortion laws ever

South African Missionary Cautions Against New Film Praising Life of Nelson Mandela:





MandelaA renowned South African missionary is cautioning against a new film that praises the life of Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela, whom he says was actually a terrorist that promoted abortion, pornography and homosexuality in the nation.

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom is set to open in theaters in the United States this weekend, as it follows the anti-apartheid activist from his humble childhood through his inauguration as the first elected president of South Africa.

The movie, produced by Anant Singh, directed by Justin Chadwick and written by William Nicholson, features British actors Idris Elba as Nelson Mandela and Naomie Harris as his wife. With a $35 million budget, the action-packed Long Walk to Freedom is stated to be the most expensive film made in South Africa, and is 15 years in the making.

The production is based on Mandela’s autobiography of the same name, but has undergone numerous script revisions. Distributor Harvey Weinstein of the Weinstein Company says that he has been looking forward to the movie for some time.


“I am extremely passionate about ‘Long Walk to Freedom,’” he wrote in a statement. “Anant Singh first gave the book to me when the first edition came out. We have been talking about making this film since 1999. There have been a number of stop and goes, but sometimes things work out for a reason, and Anant Singh has done a masterful job in producing this epic story of our times.”

In the film, Mandela is depicted as a freedom fighter who was sentenced to prison for his opposition to government apartheid.

“They took everything from him except hope,” the trailer for the film outlines.


As Mandela is sentenced to 27 years in prison, his wife and others lead a campaign to set him free, and he eventually works his way to becoming president of the nation.

However, Dr. Peter Hammond of Frontline Fellowship of Newlands, South Africa recently told Todd Friel of the television and radio broadcast Wretched that Mandela was deeply involved in terrorist activity and is responsible for promoting wickedness in the land.

“I wouldn’t generally want to celebrate somebody who made his position in life by blowing people up,” he stated on a recent broadcast. “[H]e plead guilty to 156 acts of public violence and terrorism.”

Hammond outlined that Mandela was the head of the military wing of the African National Committee (ANC), which Hammond also referred to as “the abortion, necklacing and corruption party.” He said that 1,000 Africans were killed by necklacing in the country through the ANC, an act where terrorists would “put an automobile tire over someone, pour petrol over them [and] set them alight.”

Hammond
Hammond

Hammond also described numerous other acts of violence that he alleges were committed by the ANC under the order or oversight of Mandela.

“Missionaries and their kids [were] murdered, bayonetted on the fields—whole families killed by landmines planted in the roads,” he said.

The South African missionary stated that Mandela’s wife Winnie also participated in violent acts.
“Winnie Mandela actually was found guilty in court of the murder of a 12-year-old boy,” he explained. “And it was upheld on appeal. She was sentenced to five years in prison, [but] she hasn’t served a day.”

In 2010, following the release of the Clint Eastwood film Invictus, which also celebrated the life of Mandela with Morgan Freeman playing the lead role, Hammond likewise issued strong warnings.

“There’s a lot of Christians out there who idolize Nelson Mandela because they’ve been given false, misleading and incomplete information,” he said. “He has pushed for the legalization of abortion, pornography [and] homosexual relationships. … [He was] trying to legalize prostitution. He’s a radical liberal.”






Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom has been rated PG-13 for violence, sexual content and profane language. The two-hour film is expected to roll out in American theaters beginning this Friday.



Mandela signs abortion bill


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/mandela-signs-abortion-bill-1314157.html


Thursday 12 December 199


President Nelson Mandela has signed South Africa's new abortion bill, clearing the way for one of the world's toughest abortion laws to be replaced with one of the most liberal. The law gives girls of any age the sole right to decide whether to have an abortion.


Ignored by the media: Mandela pushed one of the most pro-abortion laws ever


"Mandela was not only a member of the then underground South African Communist Party, but was also a member of our Party’s Central Committee..."

Despite the world-wide media heaping praise on the recently deceased former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela, a handful of media organs are bringing to light that the former Central Committee member of the SACP (South African Communist Party) was one of the strongest supporters of arguably the most liberal abortion legislation on the globe, as published by the Catholic-centered news portal Rorate Caeli via the news aggregate PewSitter.com on Dec. 5, 2013.

 

Serving as the Republic of South Africa's president from 1994-1999, Mandela not only signed the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act of 1996 , he was also one of the most ardent supporters of what the openly pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute calls "one of the most liberal abortion laws in the world."
As cited, the law "allows abortion on demand up to the 20th week; after it and up to birth for 'serious medical reasons'; and, as amended in 2004, allows registered nurses and midwives to perform abortions as well before the 12th week."



In an academic research paper published by Rhodes University of South Africa, medical historian Dr. Rebecca Hodes of the University of Cape Town noted that prior to the sweeping abortion law of 1996:
There was never broad-based support for abortion within the ANC [Mandela's ruling African National Congress].

According to Rhodes University, Hodes "points out that despite President Nelson Mandela’s explicitly-stated support for the Choice Bill, more than 80 MPs [Members of Parliament] voted against it in October 1996, with over 50 MPs absenting themselves from Parliament on the day as a show of resistance."
Since the legalization of abortion in the RSA, there has been 1 million legal abortions reported to the government, with the overwhelming number being that of racially black African unborn children as cited by Spero News on Jan. 31, 2012.

Opposition by the Zulu Nation...
Despite the world's media painting Mandela as a strong proponent of democracy, historical facts denies the myth perpetuated by Fox News, MSNBC, the Washington Post, etc.
As reported by the BBC in 1993 of the Chief of the Zulu Nation and leader of the Inkatha Freedom Party, Chief Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, "the African National Congress does not represent his Zulu people and puts forward the idea of a separate state called Kwazulu Natal. "

Chief Buthelezi was also renown as a champion of capitalism for South Africa as well as leading an armed struggle against Mandela and his ANC prior to the dismantling of the apartheid government in the 1990s.
And That Whole Communist Party Thing...
In their eulogy to Mandela, the South African Communist Party's official website published:
At his arrest in August 1962, Nelson Mandela was not only a member of the then underground South African Communist Party, but was also a member of our Party’s Central Committee.
To us as South African communists, Cde [Comrade] Mandela shall forever symbolise the monumental contribution of the SACP in our liberation struggle.
Mandela also served as Chairman of the so-called "Non-Aligned Movement," a chairmanship also held my the likes of:
  • Former dictator of Yugoslavia Josip Tito
  • Cuba's Generalissimo Fidel Castro
  • Former Muslim Brotherhood leader of Egypt Mohamed Morsi
  • Former Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.