Mail Exclusive: Fury as lefties mourn dead foreign terrorist
There has been widespread anger as members of the British liberal-left elite have lined up to pay tributes to Nelson Mandela, a convicted Communist terrorist from South Africa. After many months selfishly occupying a bed in a private hospital in Pretoria, Mandela died at his luxurious house in Johannesburg last week, aged 95. Some of the people hypocritically laying wreaths outside the South African embassy, the Daily Mail understands, were the very same as those who demonstrated there regularly in the 1980s.
Decent ordinary people have been sickened by the ‘sickening’ conduct of the left. ‘There was nothing more than a £3 million state funeral to honour Baroness Thatcher’s passing earlier this year,’ said 68-year-old retired brigadier Charles Smythe-Bentley, from Farnborough. ‘Some of those people didn’t even have the decency to stand to attention in front of the giant TV screens in the streets. But when Johnnie Xhosa conks out 5,000 miles away, they’re weeping into their focaccias like a bunch of Nancy boys.’
Mandela, who came from a privileged background in the aristocracy of his tribe, led a savage bombing campaign against the democratically elected National Party government of the day and was sentenced to life imprisonment for sabotage and conspiracy in 1964. He was released on parole in 1990, smirking and unrepentant. Although he almost immediately became involved in shady politics, he was treated with inexplicable leniency by the authorities.
‘Mandela was also notorious for his chaotic love life,’ said a close friend of the family, who spoke to the Daily Mail anonymously for fear of reprisals. ‘He’d already divorced one wife in his youth, then he cynically dumped his second wife Winnie, who had stood by him throughout his jail sentence, shortly after being freed. We understand it was purely because he didn’t like her taste in necklaces.’
South Africa is expected to grind to a halt in mourning over the next days. Many celebrity sympathisers, rumoured to include Cate Blanchett, Simon Cowell and Elton John, are expected to arrive in Johannesburg for the funeral. Also present will be Mandela’s 15-year-old great-granddaughter Kwazili, who was pictured yesterday wowing the crowds outside the family home and looking older than her years in a racy black dress.Click to send this story to a friend
Posted: Dec 8th, 2013 by Oxbridge
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