ikr , some people have no respect -_-
Yes, he is the hero of the anti-white racists who used him to destroy the shining example of a very successful white economy that stood out against a content of African poverty. Now that South Africa has the world's highest murder rate by far, people living in armed compounds instead of peaceful neighborhoods, and poverty has replaced the land of plenty, the racist western media is having an **** of self gratification for their success in bringing it down.
For example see: http://www.economist.com/node/2131478
Obama's brother wrote a good book about colonialism and how it greatly helped poor tribal cultures of Africa. He criticizes western colonialists for abandoning their former responsiblity and describes how that has caused massive economic collapse and suffering across Africa. Good book. Get and read it.
The premises of all your questions is stupid racist crap devoid of any factual basis for an answer. The so-called questions are racist rhetoric, not actual questions. I am sorry for you.
Get back to us if you ever manage to have an original thought of your own.
You can't fix stupid. I've been wasting my time trying.
Nothing is off limits. How ironic to impose a tyrannical statement concerning how one talks about a freedom fighter.
Mandela? More like mansmella
Come at me.
Some people here never cease to amaze. It's sad.
The whole torture and murder of suspected opponents bit for starters.
I'm sure their families cared--especially when the wrong people were suspected. I trust you apply that line of reasoning to every terrorist out there. Osama Bin Laden? Wrong time, wrong place, New York! Massacre of civilians in My Lai? Bad timing, folks!
That doesn't surprise me in the slightest. How much would I have to pay you to refrain from both voting and procreating?
Oppose? I simply recognize both sides of the facts. I don't blindly ignore either side of them like a child. It's too bad not all of us grow up.
And torture of suspected government workers is something that "has" to happen? I'm an adult; I use this magical tool called reason to work things out rather than closing my eyes and ears to anything that I don't like. Not like you'd actually have the stomach to do anything of the sort, but I am more than willing to kill oppressors; however, the whole not being a sociopath thing I've got going on prevents me from torturing people. Funny thing, ain't it?
I've been in more situations than you could imagine. The choice of whether a person was tortured, murdered, or let go has fallen to me in the past. Speak for yourself. Don't assume things you can't possibly know. At any rate, wrapping a tire around someone's torso, filling it with gasoline, and setting them on fire is not a rational response to oppression; that's what only a sociopath could support.
No, actually it was closer to 'do I line you three against the wall and shoot you each in the head or do I let you go'. I honestly do give a flying **** if you believe me. I'm not interested in the opinion or support of someone who ignores facts that they don't like.
I simply feel comfortable in suggesting that a decent man, even in a chaotic situation, would refrain from condoning torture.