President Barack Obama in Johannesburg celebrated the life of deceased South African President Nelson Mandela along with traditional celebratory African customs by delivering a self-centered eulogy mimicking the style and tone of the channeled JFK as Obama has also channeled Abraham Lincoln in the past.
Retired Naval Commander Glenn Quiggle notes, “Obama will never waste any, ANY, kind of tragedy, or funeral, or situation, regardless of circumstances, to advance his radical agenda, right outta the Leninist Saul Alinsky playbook…. Yep, saw BO glad-handing Raul Castro….of course, that was in a line of dignitaries, but that ‘selfie’ photo of him and a couple of others, including one pretty hot woman, looked irreverent at a state funeral…Michelle was looking seriously severe, too - hope she crawled on his a$$ once they got back on the plane….LOL LOL Our pimpin’ President…..”
Back in the US, Mafia leaders arrive for funerals of one of their own, and smart money bets that the FBI is watching and recording all attendees as probable culprits and suspects in many past and future crimes and transgressions, and to observe who associates with whom.
Notice the scum of the earth at the Mandela funeral, starting of course with President Barack Obama himself, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Raul Castro, many of the 91 heads of state and 10 former heads of state, along with three living former US Presidents, Carter, Bush, Clinton and wife Hillary, excepting the fourth living President, George H.W. Bush who did not make the trip due to failing health. Anomalies include attendance by Oprah Winfrey, and Bono…Bono?… What kind of joke and irreverence to Mandela is that?
As Obama approached the podium to deliver his Mandela eulogy, he turned to shake hands with Cuban President Raul Castro, brother of infamous Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro, stirring considerable controversy. Nothing Obama does is by accident, and this handshake is nothing new as Obama previously accepted the book of Venezuela Dictator Hugo Chavez who commented, “Even he (Chavez) would not dare take over GM.”
Reuters on June 2, 2009 reported that Venezuela President Hugo Chavez said that he and Cuban ally Fidel Castro risk being more conservative than US President Barack Obama as he prepared to take control of General Motors. “Hey, Obama has just nationalized nothing more and nothing less than General Motors,” Chavez joked on a live TV broadcast, “Comrade Fidel, careful or we are going to end up to his right.”
LifeSiteNews.com reported, “While much of the world, including religious leaders (Pope Francis and NY Cardinal Timothy Dolan) are praising the late Nelson Mandela without reserve, at least one US Bishop has tempered his praise by calling to mind the former South African leader’s record on abortion.”
“There is part of President Mandela’s legacy, however, that is not at all praiseworthy, namely his shameful promotion of abortion in South Africa,” said Providence, RI Bishop Thomas Tobin in a statement published in LifeSiteNews.com. “There is much to admire in Mandela’s long life and public service, particularly his personal courage and his stalwart defense of human rights.” Tobin noted, “In 1996 Mandela promoted and signed into law the ‘Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Bill’ that, according to the New York Times, "replaced one of the world’s toughest abortion laws with one of the most liberal.”
“While we pray for the peaceful repose of President Mandela’s immortal soul and the forgiveness of his sins, we can only regret that his noble defense of human dignity did not include the youngest members of our human family, unborn children,” (in addition to promotion of abortion, same-sex marriage, and communism), said Tobin whose remarks come in the wake of statements offering unqualified praise for Mandela in statements from Pope Francis and NY Cardinal Timothy Dolan.
Dr. Day Gardner, President of the National Black Pro-Life Union, concurred with Tobin’s sentiments, “It is really very sad that Nelson Mandela was blind to the suffering of the smallest of his own people.” She added, “He had such a triumphant life fighting for civil rights, yet he failed to see unborn children as significant.”
Gardner and other leaders at the National Black Pro-life Union have worked tirelessly to have black civil rights leaders recognize the plight of unborn black children who are targeted by the abortion industry far more than children of other races.
According to official statistics, two years after taking office, nearly a million unborn children have been killed in South Africa since President Mandela signed legislation in 1996 permitting abortion on demand. Same-sex marriage was legalized in 2006, with Mandela having supported it long before its passage. Shades of the identical paths taken by the first Black Presidents, Mandela and Obama, of their respective countries.
Another African-American pro-life leader Ryan Bomberger told LifeSiteNews.com that he has seen time and again “How people move from being oppressed to becoming the oppressor.” He asked, “How can you condemn the evil of apartheid and turn around and deem another group to be less than human?”
Bomberger has targeted African American civil rights leaders, and other liberal black leaders with the stark message that they should “Wake up! Your future is dying.” Like Mandela, many of these black leaders “partner with the most racist, eugenicist, killing organizations in the world.
A William Shakespeare quote from Julius Caesar, "The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interrèd with their bones. So let it be with Caesar,” Obviously that is not the case in modern times that stands the Shakespeare quote on its head, with the famous protecting their own, opting for the Wise Three Monkeys: “See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil,” at least not as concerns those of like liberal mind, graceful considerations not generally extended to Conservatives on the religious Right.
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