Those stubborn things called “facts”

South Africa is the subject of much media attention at present, due to the illness of Mr.Nelson Mandela. We certainly wish him a speedy recovery from his critical illness, although the outcome of his illness is subject to the will of God.

The fawning media have described Mr.Mandela as a “colossus,” a towering world figure, and, for them, he can do no wrong. Therefore, it is time for a reality check.

Since the ANC came to power in 1994, and Nelson Mandela became the President, the number of people who died unnatural deaths in South African police cells reached the average of 900 a year by April 3, 2013 (see CensorBugbear Reports). Now that is a stubborn fact to reflect upon.

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