Monday, 2 April 2018

Winnie Mandela - The End of a Bloody Road

R.I.P Mamma Winnie

May your Cross over be Peaceful 

The Life of Mamma Blood and Fire

To the Nation she might be Mamma Freedom, but I had the unfortunate pleasure to know her as a Soldier. a Ruthless Woman that brought a wealthy Country to it's knees by Killing, in the most horrific ways, her own people to hand the Country and all it's riches to a Terrorist Organisation that stole prosperity from the poor and gave it to the Rich. I can still smell the smell taste it in my nostrils the horrifying death odor of burning rubber and human flesh. 

As a young conscript I had to stand down on 3 Necklace Killings against The Oath I took. Even today I will land myself in jail rather than turning around from someone shouting and crying for help. The horrible memories of not being allowed to do anything has been burned into my DNA and I never want to feel so helpless again. Many times I landed myself into trouble for not obeying a direct order to safe a human life. For some reason the helplessness overwhelmed me when we received the stand down order in the face of a Necklace Killing.    

I always hated her for those orders. Prayed for the day she passes over for then I will find peace in knowing she will receive the Justice she deserves. Today I have the clarity of Wisdom to hate a few more people for forcing me to witness these horrific crimes. Constant Viljoen for it was his military policy we received our orders under. Frederick Willem De Klerk, PW Botha and Pik Botha. Using us as bargaining tools to keep the White Population Delusional and in the dark.   

But regardless. I will now find peace in the knowledge that this evil woman will now find the Justice She worked so hard to achieve. My her Ancestors have mercy on her soul. 

By Bierpens Viviers


Criminal convictions and findings of criminal behaviour[edit]

Her reputation was damaged by such rhetoric as that displayed in a speech she gave in Munsieville on 13 April 1986, where she endorsed the practice of necklacing (burning people alive using tyres and petrol) by saying: "With our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country."[16] Further tarnishing her reputation were accusations by her bodyguard, Jerry Musivuzi Richardson, that she had ordered kidnapping and murder.[17] On 29 December 1988, Richardson, who was coach of the Mandela United Football Club, which acted as Mrs. Mandela's personal security detail, abducted 14-year-old James Seipei (also known as Stompie Moeketsi) and three other youths from the home of a Methodist minister, Rev. Paul Verryn, claiming she had the youths taken to her home because she suspected the reverend was sexually abusing them. The four were beaten to get them to admit to having had sex with the minister. Seipei was accused of being an informer, and his body later found in a field with stab wounds to the throat on 6 January 1989.[18][19]
In 1991, she was acquitted of all but the kidnapping.[3] Her six-year jail sentence was reduced to a fine on appeal. The final report of the South African Truth and Reconciliation commission, issued in 1998, found "Ms Winnie Madikizela Mandela politically and morally accountable for the gross violations of human rights committed by the MUFC" and that she "was responsible, by omission, for the commission of gross violations of human rights." [5] In 1992, she was accused of ordering the murder of Dr. Abu-Baker Asvat, a family friend who had examined Seipei at Mandela's house, after Seipei had been abducted but before he had been killed.[20] Mandela's role was later probed as part of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings, in 1997.[21] She was said to have paid the equivalent of $8,000 and supplied the firearm used in the killing, which took place on 27 January 1989.[22] The hearings were later adjourned amid claims that witnesses were being intimidated on Winnie Mandela's orders.[23]

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