South Africa: Nelson Mandela - The Truth about the Rivonia Trial
Date Posted: Friday 31-Aug-2007
[Adriana Stuijt found this one done by "Southern Cross".
Are they still around? They did good factual work. Too.
what Nelson Mandela did. Many are too young or have not been informed by
the liberals about the facts. He wanted to unleash 7,000 terrorists
across South Africa. Now the stupid British have put up a statue to him in
When Nelson Mandela was put on trial, the authorities
found approximately 90 pages of documents in his own handwriting, used
as evidence against him. One was entitled, "How to be a Good Communist".
In the article below they mention how well Mandela was treated at a point
and that he was not even in a jail cell towards the end. I've never heard
that before. Can anyone confirm that?
But I must also add a fact I heard from PW (Pik) Botha's mouth last year -
which does indicate that Mandela was not treated as inhumanely as you might
think. You will recall that PW Botha and Nelson Mandela met in the 1980's,
when Mandela was still in prison. PW Botha told me that he never asked to
see Mandela - but that Nelson Mandela made the request to meet personally
with PW Botha. Botha allowed it, and they met face to face. I would have to
look in my notes because I can't remember off-hand any other comments by PW
about that meeting. That's not harsh stuff. The reaction of PW Botha, a head
of state, to Mandela's request was pretty open. They met and chatted.
But there is other proof that life for Mandela could not have been that bad.
In Mandela's own book, "Long Walk to Freedom", he admits that while he was
in jail, ANC people were meeting with him and feeding him information on the
struggle. In his book, he admits to "signing off" on the Pretoria bombs
which killed 14 people (including 2 people I had worked with personally in
the military in Pretoria).
When you see Robben island they tell you about how Mandela and the prisoners
went and chipped away at the rock each day. But life could not have been so
bad if they were busy meeting with other ANC cadres IN PRISON and getting a
stream of information INTO the prison as well as SENDING OUT ORDERS FOR MORE
TERRORISM!! Think about that.
The Cato Institute in the USA has spoken about ANC Mythology. I refer to
INCREDIBLE: USA Analysis: Troubling Signs of SA Democracy
There are lots of MYTHS about Nelson Mandela and about the ANC and about
Apartheid and Colonialism. Many of these Myths are just bull-dust
accepted as "fact". But dig deeper as it is just hogwash. Jan]
Nelson Mandela - the truth
By Southern Cross -- Terrorist watch
The Rivonia high-treason trial, in which Mandela was one of the accused, is
in the news again. According to reports Dr Percy Yutar, who was the
prosecutor in the case, is going to sell his documents and books in a public
auction. Foreign universities are allegedly very interested. The first
reaction is alarm that these very valuable and unique Africana could become
lost to South Africans.
However, after a little reflection one has to admit that the documents
will probably be safer in the library of some foreign university than in
South Africa, where the African National Congress/South African Communist
Party is trying to wipe out the past by neglect and destruction.
They are in fact rewriting history to suit
themselves, as all communists and fascists do.
Mandela and others were found guilty of high treason in the Rivonia
trial. (In a communist country he would have been
taken out and within days shot). The case was a
culmination of the firm and effective actions of the security services and
the courts in those days, which brought a long era of political stability
and economic prosperity to South Africa. Keeping in mind that the people who
were prosecuted then, are now ruling South Africa, it could be meaningful to
take note of what the courts findings were. Dr Yutar wrote
the following in a prologue to Lauritz Strydom's book "Rivonia - Masker af!",
and we quote:
"I was deeply shocked and could hardly believe what I read in the documents,
which either were in their handwriting, or was found in their possession.
These documents clearly indicated that the accused
(including Mandela) purposefully and maliciously planned and effected
deeds of violence and destruction throughout the country. This was aimed at
creating chaos, disorder, and unrest in the Republic of South Africa, which
according to their plans, would be aggravated by the actions of thousands of
trained guerilla fighter deployed all over the country...... .
'The combined actions were planned to lead to confusion, violent
insurrection and rebellion and malicious destruction, followed up at a
suitable opportunity, by an armed invasion of the country by military units
from foreign countries. In the midst of the resultant chaos the
accused planned to bring about a revolutionary government.... . The accused
admitted to the validity of all these documents as well as that their policy
included the eventual violent overthrowing of the Government of South
Africa. 'It is for this reason that I presented the court with the fact that
this was pre-eminently a case of high treason. Broadly seen these documents
supply us with more than enough evidence for every accusation .....
including, (a) the involvement of Moscow, the Communist parties of Algeria,
China, Czechoslovakia, East Germany [GDR] and several other countries
regarding the provision of monetary help, weapons, ammunition and military
personnel. (b) the fact that the African National Congress is totally
dominated by the Communist Party and that they consulted altogether
less than ONE PERCENT of the total population in South
So far Dr Yutar. There is much more in the prologue and even more in the
book itself, but what we have quoted here depicts a valuable picture of the
people to whom the De Klerk government has handed the country in 1994. We
hope that Dr Yutar's documents will find a place in a foreign archive where
it will be kept safe from malicious destruction. We believe at a
suitable time it will be used for research by a postgraduate student and
that he will then unmask the ANC/SACP for the whole world to see.
1) Concerning Mandela's jail sentence. The crimes he committed were
shamelessly criminal, and included no heroic acts. In fact, it is still a
mystery why Percy Yutar (the then state attorney) did not file for murder,
but manslaughter instead. Based on the facts it is commonly agreed by legal
scholars that Mandela would have been hanged if
Yutar filed for murder. You can easily get access to the case and you will
find facts that the media, for whatever reason, prefer to ignore.
2) They often show Mandela's cell on Robben Island. That is not where he
spent most of his time. He later lived in a house under so-called
"arrest". It was comfortable if not luxurious, and most people work every
day of their lives for the privilege to live in something not nearly as good
as that. Why do they never show photographs of that?
3) What is really mind-boggling is the fact that while he was in the "house
jail" he had free access, on account of the S.A. tax-payers, to telephone,
fax and other communicating facilities to organize the ANC. That is why he
was still the leader when he was "released".
4) You already know of the terrible deeds he ordered for his own people who
disappointed him. He has many murders of his own on his hands.
5) He was supposedly in "jail" for 20 or more years. One would expect that
he had a negligible income in that time. Yet when he and his wife were
divorced about 4 years after his "release" he had to pay her millions in
settlement. Where did these millions come from? Who else could earn millions
in 4 years from a salaried job after taxes? Obviously something is seriously
wrong. You find out where all that money came from and you will discover a
lot about Mandela that the Press never report.
6) Once he left "jail" (actually: the prison guard's house the government
had provided) he moved into a very luxurious home in one of the richest
suburbs of Johannesburg. However, he kept on a little four-room house in
Soweto and pretended to live there. That is where he would interview
reporters and where photographs were taken. What a
liar and bigot.
I cannot believe that the Western and World Press did not know this.
It simply played along to sell this falsehood of a hero and martyr. These
are six leads that anyone from S.A. should be able to confirm easily with
documentary proof. Mandela is a murderer and a liar. He only
lived in "poverty" when it suited him. Just ask where he is presently
There are very few Whites or other people that can, after a lifetime of
working, afford the house he is living in now. Nonetheless, for some reason,
I have no reason why, the media are ignoring all of this and misrepresent
the actual situation. - Report sent by South African historical expert
living in the United States.
The ANC is part of an alliance with the SA Communist Party and the Black
super-union COSATU, of which the Communists are the numerical minority, but
the most influential and dominant partner. Most key positions in the ANC are
occupied by SACP and ex-SACP members.
Before 1990 the ANC/Communist alliance was a terrorist organisation, which
waged a relatively unsuccessful, but nasty and cowardly "war", mostly
against civilians and against what was supposed to be "their" people, the
Blacks, through the barbaric "necklacing" (torching a helpless victim with a
burning tyre around his neck to death), bombs and assassinations.
From 1990 to 1994 the last White president of SA, F. W. de Klerk, railroaded
the traditional power structure of the country into accepting a staged
"democratic election" in 1994, which was manipulated to bring the
ANC/Communist alliance to power. By lying and cheating he kept many Whites
in the dark about his real intentions. Since 1994 the ANC/Communist regime
is dutifully busy destroying everything good and strong in the country in
the name of "affirmative action" and "Black empowerment", while step by step
suppressing the freedom of the people and nations under its heel.
"Nelson R. Mandela", a Xhosa from the Transkei, got involved as a young
lawyer (he took six years to complete a three year course) with a bunch of
White would-be terrorists with large caches of explosives and weapons in
Johannesburg, who were found out and tried in a court of law (the old SA
courts were still independent). Left to face the music by the
White instigators who had mostly run away overseas, Mandela got a life
sentence for his involvement in terrorism, being part of the planning of
attacks on installations and non-military targets and the beginning of the
terrorist war mentioned above.
He sat in prison for 27 years, treated as a political prisoner, regularly
visited by all sorts of monitors and others, in clean,
efficient prisons of the old SA (not like the new SA's hell-holes).
In the early nineties de Klerk let him out to become the "nice" figurehead
of the "new SA".
This is just a brief summary and it is quite tragic really what is happening
now in SA. But in the end the Whites have only themselves to blame for the
gutless way they allowed the treacherous handover to happen - and the even
more disgusting way many of them are now helping keep the regime in power by
fawning and toadying up to the new rulers.
Report sent by "Southern Cross Africa". Terrorist Watch