When Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe attended the memorial service for Nelson Mandela, he “received the loudest cheers and applause” among the dignitaries. Zimbabwe’s successful land reform stands in stark contrast to South Africa, where “barely 10% of farm land has been redistributed,” and the wealth gap – which is a race gap – “has become one of the most unequal in the world.”…
This documentary proves there is only one political party in the United States and Great Britain. That one party covers up the rape and murder of children. This video was made in 1993 by the Discovery Channel and Yorkshire TV. It was scheduled to be aired on British TV but was cancelled. Tremendous pressure had been put on the Discovery Channel and Yorkshire TV by the Clinton administration to pull it.
Think about that for a minute. This was a scandal involving the previous Bush administration. I hope you didn’t think Democrats and Republicans were adversaries. They are the predators and the common people are the food. The people who think they own the government are allowed to fly heroin and cocaine into America by the plane load. They sell these drugs to violent street gangs who are destroying your country. But that is not enough to satisfy them.
They also fly children out of the United States to be sexually abused and murdered by the Uber Rich all over the world. That is why no incoming administration has uncovered the Deep Secrets of the previous one. Clinton stopped the Franklin scandal from spreading. Obama stopped all investigations into 911. Neither Bush nor Obama has done any serious investigating into the 8.35 trillion dollars missing from the Pentagon’s budget over the last two decades.
Think about the tens of thousands of American children kidnapped, raped and eventually murdered by the Power Elite. Internationally, 240,000 women and children are forced into sexual slavery every year. You do not see 240,000 victims being released after ten or 20 years of service because they are killed. Israeli-Russian gangs are the leaders in this trade in human souls. Think about that when you watch this documentary.
Behind the stadium where next year’s FIFA World Cup opener will beam out to 3.2 billion viewers, child prostitute Poliana plies her trade in a slumland shack.
Poliana is 14 years old and has been selling her body for only three months, but she is not short of clients.
Her customers are the men working on the $360 million soccer stadium, Arena Corinthians, in Brazil’s largest city.
The World Cup host country is in a feverish rush to have the showcase arena in Sao Paulo ready for the June 12 opening match against Croatia, which will be watched by half the population of the planet.
Hundreds of single labourers from all over Brazil began arriving 18 months ago when work began on the stadium in the shanty town neighbourhood of the country’s largest city.
With the employment boom came a child prostitution explosion.
Child sex gangs trekked to some of Brazil’s poorest villages where they snatched or bought young girls from their families.
As local anti-child prostitution campaigner Matt Roper first reported in the Sunday Mirror, he has been told a sinister account of traffickers and the Russian mafia bringing in girls from around Brazil and even from Africa to work as sex slaves…
I can’t take it anymore. All week, I’ve watched Nelson Mandela reduced to a Barbie doll. From Fox News to the Bush family, the politicians and media mavens who body-blocked the anti-Apartheid Movement and were happy to keep Mandela behind bars, now get to dress his image up in any silly outfit they choose.
Poor Mandela. When he’s not a doll, he’s a statue. He joins Martin Luther King as another bronzed monument whose use is to tell us that apartheid is now “defeated” – to quote the ridiculous headline in the Times.
It’s more nauseating than hypocrisy and ignorance. The Mandela Barbie is dressed to serve a new version of racism, Apartheid 2.0, worsening both in South Africa – and in the USA.
The ruling class creates commemorative dolls and statues of revolutionary leaders as a way to tell us their cause is won, so go home. For example, just months ago, the US Supreme Court overturned the Voting Rights Act, Dr. King’s greatest accomplishment, on the specious claim that, “Blatantly discriminatory evasions are rare,” and Jim Crow voting practices are now “eradicated.”
“Eradicated?” On what planet? The latest move by Florida Republicans to purge 181,000 voters of color – like the stench from the shantytowns of Cape Town – makes clear that neither Jim Crow nor Apartheid has been defeated. They’re just in temporary retreat.
Nevertheless, our betters in the USA and Europe have declared that King slew segregation, Mandela defeated apartheid; and therefore, the new victims of racial injustice should just shut the f$#! up and stop whining.
The Man Who Walked Beside Mandela
To replace the plastic and metal Mandelas with flesh and blood, I spoke to Danny Schechter. Schechter knew Mandela personally, and more deeply, than any other American journalist. “One of the great reporters of our generation, Schechter produced South Africa Now, a weekly program for PBS Television stations, from 1988-91, bringing Mandela’s case to Americans dumbed and numbed on by Ronald Reagan’s red-baiting.
The fictional movie is about triumph and forgiveness. Schechter’s documentary, Inside Mandela, has this aplenty, but knowing Mandela, Schechter includes Mandela’s anger, despair and his pained legacy: a corroded South Africa still ruled by a brutal economic apartheid. Today, the average white family has five times the income of a black family. Welcome to “freedom.”…