This eyewitness account of the Amanzimtoti bombing is as disturbing as I have EVER read. Let me preface this story by stating for the record that the EKP views Nelson Mandela as little more than a Marxist pawn. The mainstream Zionist controlled media will lead you to believe that the fall of South Africa’s so-called ‘fascist’ Apartheid regime was the result of a non-violent, organic revolution led by one Nelson Mandela and his rag-tag band of black freedom fighters; but it wasn’t. Does anyone with even the slightest shred of intelligence honestly believe that a gang of black communists had the intelligence & resources to take down a state as powerful as South Africa? These are people that believe raping babies will inoculate them against HIV, that a coke bottle can represent a “present” from the gods (Jamie Uys film reference). South Africa at the time was the world’s 9th largest economy.
Like the American NAACP, SPLC and most global civil rights organisations, the African National Congress (ANC) was dominated by Ashkenazi Jewish Communist radicals. Like most radical & subversive movements, ANC ring leaders were hardly representative of the oppressed dark skinned “victims” one finds on the cover of international magazines. Jews were in total control of the anti-Apartheid movement from its’ inception and Jewish business interests benefited most when the nightmare that has become black rule became a reality.
Although he was a violent, complex, and somewhat contradictory historical figure, we believe Mandela should be viewed in an objective historical manner, & without sentiment. In spite of the fact that the man undeniably has the blood of hundreds of thousands on his hands, to downplay the role Mandela’s Jewish communist owners had in his rise to power, is to deny history.
Please keep in mind while reading the following truly disturbing account of what happened at Amanzimtoti, WHO was REALLY behind it:
“On the 23rd December 1985, I was with my Father, photo journalist Jo Toerien, in his studio in Amanzimtoti. It was a hot summer’s day, I was an 18 years old enjoying the coolness of the air-conditioned studio, casually chatting to him about an upcoming assignment. I often accompanied my dad on some of his photo shoots. Our laughing and bantering was suddenly interrupted by a profound and heavy thud that made the windows shudder. Everything stood still, we both looked at each other bewildered and immediately his desk phone rang. It was brief conversation; he went white in the face, slammed the phone down, grabbed his camera bag and bolted over to the Sanlam Shopping Centre.
“You could already see the grey smoke enveloping the shopping mall and billowing into the streets. He dashed off in between the crowds and the chaos, the local police were trying to cordon off the road and do crowd control; they knew him well and ushered him through. He recalls the odd smells, a mixture of wet cement and iron and almost like that smell you encounter on Guy Fawkes day. There was screaming, crying, the wailing of the engines of fire trucks, the voices that shouted and echoed off the walls.
“The blast had created a zig-zag effect on the internal structure. Then the reality of it all hit ….Bomb? what bomb, why?…. there were sheets of glass, bits of metal, his Nikon camera flashing into the darkness of the passages.
People were sliding in the blood…
“The blood lay everywhere, people were sliding in it. The smell of it was nauseating. People were galvanized into action as they started to help others.
“This was the day the name African National Congress became a name synonymous with cowardice, hatred and terrorism. The people of this small coastal town’s reverie was knocked senseless that day. Blacks, whites, Indians and coloureds alike were affected by the senseless brutality. This sickening act of the ANC did not encourage people to listen to their plight, instead it turned people against them, turned them into nothing but common criminals who felt nothing to murder innocent women and children.
•Recently, the current ANC government, incited further hatred in the people of this once glittering jewel of the south coast by renaming a main road — Kingsway Road in Amanzimtoti — after the bomber to “Andrew Zondo Road”. This 19 year old ANC militant member, was thankfully hung on the 9th September 1986.
The photos taken by my Father will always remind us of our bloody history and of the calibre of the men who now run this country.”
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