Today I Am Not Mourning Mandela’s Passing, Instead I Mourn All The People He Has Murdered.
"Today I don't mourn Mandela's passing. Instead, today I think of the people he murdered. I think of them lying in their graves while for years he drank champagne and was fettered on the international stage as some kind of living god. I think of all the people who have died since he became president of South Africa. All the farmers, all the elderly, all the men, women and especially all the children, who died as a result of him being unleashed onto South Africa."