Congress Celebrates Nelson Mandela’s 95th Birthday

Stephanie Haven, CBS News, July 18, 2013

Members of Congress honored Nelson Mandela’s 95th birthday on Thursday, as the former South Africa leader remained hospitalized in critical condition.

“His health, like our own, is fragile, but his spirit will last,” Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, said. “By keeping his humility and his faith, Mandela became a better man and has made us better too.”

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“I have walked that long road to freedom,” Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., said, reiterating Mandela’s words. “I have tried not to falter; I have made missteps along the way. But I have discovered the secret that after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb.”

Waters named Mandela “the most significant historic figure in the world of the past 100 years.” {snip}

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  • Spartacus

    Happy birthday Nelson Mandela ! Here’s an Afrikaaner that would like to do the same, but he can’t, because one of your fellow blacks shot him in the face at point blank range :

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Brutal.

  • Will Congress be celebrating when Mandela kicks off, thereby making the fires of Hell burn hotter, and the South African undertow take out on a fit of genocidal rage against the few remaining whites?

  • Spartacus

    This wife of an Afrikaaner farmer would like to wish you a happy birthday too, but she just fell apart from all the excitement !

    • ncpride

      I wish a few hundred people had blown up photos of these poor souls, and stood outside while they were praising their black messiah.

  • MekongDelta69

    Rep. Maxine Waters, (D-CA and certified mental patient):
    “I have walked that long road to freedom.”
    This ‘African Queen’ (in her own deranged mind), gets in a limo every morning and evening, so she can be driven back and forth the very short distance to where she lives.

    “[He is] the most significant historic figure in the world of the past 100 years.”
    Damn – and all along I’ve been thinking that Maxine Waters was ‘the most significant historic figure in the world of the past 100 years.’

    I really should have ‘axed’ Rachel Jeantel for some ‘Black History Lessons’ yo…

    • Maxine Waters recently bragged about her “Vashon verve.” St. Louisans will know what that means, and it’s not anything positive. It basically means ghetto attitude.

  • Spartacus

    This old woman died shortly after being attacked by two blacks, but her nephew who nearly died defending her would like to wish you happy birthday !

    • NeanderthalDNA

      There is an especial pathos about this. This woman’s life should have ended in sleep or peacefully with her family around her bedside, not like this.

      There is nothing wrong with utter disdain and hatred for people who do stuff like this. They have no excuse apart from their limited genetic capacity.

      Worse however the treacherous Whites who also enabled this.

      • Spartacus

        You referred to blacks as “people”. I’m gonna forget it this time, but don’t let it happen again. They’re as much “people” as I’m a martian.

  • The__Bobster

    “His health, like our own, is fragile, but his spirit will last,” Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, said. “By keeping his humility and his faith, Mandela became a better man and has made us better too.”
    _______

    Boner again. His Rastafarian son-in-law has worked wonders for his views on darkies.

  • The__Bobster

    This is what our Congress has come to, honoring a commie murderer.

    • Spartacus

      Maybe they should do Trotsky next.

  • Greg Thomas

    Boner (misspelling intentional) make me sick to my stomach.

  • Bantu_Education

    Waters named Mandela “the most significant historic figure in the world of the past 100 years.”

    The mind boggles at the inanity and insanity of such a sweepingly absurd statement which consigns the reputations (good and bad) of hundreds, nay thousands, of far more significant “historic figures” to the dustbin of history. I’ll just let Ms Waters off the hook and say that what she really wanted to say (but of course couldn’t) was that Mandela is “the most significant BLACK historic figure of the last 100 years”. Maybe he is, although probably not, but we can all agree that with this single qualifier (black) the field of “significant historic figures” is drastically thinned out.

    • IstvanIN

      George Washington Carver was more important, not to mention dozens of white men and women.

      • So CAL Snowman

        Hitler, Churchill, FDR, JFK, Mussolini, Stalin, Lenin, Pinochet, Margaret Thacher, De Gaulle, Rockefeller, J.P Morgan, Vanderbilt, and Bill Gates; this is just a small list of far more significant people than that communist butcher Mandela. May he rot in hell.

  • IstvanIN

    There must be some language where the word “Boehner” means demented.

  • So CAL Snowman

    Communists just LOVE celebrating one of their own don’t they?

  • Andy

    I’m pretty sure Hitler et al. were the most significant “historic” figures of the past 100 years… They’ve made such an impact as to replace Lucifer in the public consciousness.

    • David Ashton

      “He lost the war, but he won the ratings” (Anon).

    • curri

      It’s pretty obvious that what now passes for Christianity in the West is centered around Hitler playing the role of the god of Evil.

  • Allan477

    For me, Mandela will remain the violent, old-line Communist, totally undeserving of any respect.

  • sbuffalonative

    So where does Martin Luther King Jr, rank?

    They can all thank the white man’s medicine for keeping him alive.

  • din_do_nuffins

    Why didn’t one of our Tea Party patriots stand up and say that all the Whites massacred by blacks in South Africa since Mandela was freed from jail are the most important people in the last 100 years?

    We have no leadership, so maybe we don’t deserve leadership.

    • WR_the_realist

      The Tea Party is in no way a pro white movement. OTOH, the mass media is happy to label them racists. You just can’t win.

  • Spartacus

    And don’t worry about your legacy after you’re gone, it’s in good hands:

    • LesBaer1911

      I’ve seen photos such as these on Afrikaner Genocide Museum. Anyone who
      could do something like this is lower than a savage. They are barbarians.
      What is in America and UK is the same beast. The White Afrikaner’s should
      never have allowed them to work the farms.

      • Spartacus

        The Afrikaaners should’ve just kept their nukes, and used them internally…

  • LesBaer1911

    Just wondering. Are the doctors who are treating the mass murderer White?
    Hopefully, it is a group of black doctors. If it were black doctors, the old
    bastard would be dead.

  • Tom_in_Miami

    Is it actually possible that the West will sleepwalk its way into the situation that white Afrikaners find themselves in now? Will nothing wake us up? I notice that we have pretty much already forgotten the soldier who was beheaded in England recently. Are the thugs who did that free yet? Do we learn nothing from experiences like that?

  • Bantu_Education

    “He was the first black person to qualify as a layer in South Africa.”

    Google says – Did you mean “Layer”? (as in brick-layer)

    I love freudian slips. 🙂

  • blight14

    Of course, Steve Jobs has NOTHING on the dark idol……Or Charles Lindbergh, Henry Ford, et al…………..and I really can’t think of any notable contributions from Albert Schweitzer…………..