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Obama cites Coloureds in a speech in honor of Mandela, Dilma Rousseff didn’t

Obama cites Coloureds in a speech in honor of Mandela, Dilma Rousseff didn’t
The U.S. president , Barack Obama in his speech on Tuesday (December 10) in honor of South African leader Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg, South Africa, explicitly cited the mestizo people of that country, the Coloureds:
“Mandela showed us the power of action; of taking risks on behalf of our ideals. Perhaps Madiba was right that he inherited, ‘a proud rebelliousness, a stubborn sense of fairness’ from his father. And we know he shared with millions of black and colored South Africans the anger born of, ‘a thousand slights, a thousand indignities, a thousand unremembered moments…a desire to fight the system that imprisoned my people,’ he said”.
In contrast to the U.S. President, the white President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, from a country with the largest mestizo population of Americas, merely said that “we, Brazilian nation, that have proudly African blood in our veins.”
The president of Brazil defends the imposition of the Negro identity on the native Mestizo people and is implementing apartheid policies in the country.
According to several newspapers, it was possible noted many people withdrawing during his speech.

Dilma Rousseff, president of Brazil

The U.S. president , Barack Obama in his speech on Tuesday (December 10) in honor of South African leader Nelson Mandela, in Johannesburg, South Africa, explicitly cited the mestizo people of that country, the Coloureds:

“Mandela showed us the power of action; of taking risks on behalf of our ideals. Perhaps Madiba was right that he inherited, ‘a proud rebelliousness, a stubborn sense of fairness’ from his father. And we know he shared with millions of black and colored South Africans the anger born of, ‘a thousand slights, a thousand indignities, a thousand unremembered moments…a desire to fight the system that imprisoned my people,’ he said”.

In contrast to the U.S. President, the white President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, from a country with the largest mestizo population of Americas, merely said that “we, Brazilian nation, that have proudly African blood in our veins.”

The president of Brazil defends the imposition of the Negro identity on the native Mestizo people and is implementing apartheid policies in the country.

According to several newspapers, it was possible noted many people withdrawing during his speech.

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  1. Julius says

    If there are those who do not want to be coloured, this does not justify attacking the community.

  2. ikeraam says

    So who else thinks the City spending 71 million on Mandela programs is a waste of money? I’m almost sure we could have built some proper toilets

    :71 million Rand on propaganda, they talk about land, but nobody talks about whose land is it before the whites colonial it and before blacks came to the country, and don’t talk about they came here through slavery, that is bull shit, the land belongs to those who is still alive being further deprived, marginalized and oppressed so that blacks, whites and foreigners can have economic, social and political power of authority over us at all cost. Propaganda is the mandate, communism. If they refer to Xhosas sits with up to 63% of Khoisan words and Zulu with up to 65% words of the Khoisan what does it tell you, whose land is this really? It also means they copy their traditions and cultures from the Khoisan tribes too, and today they sits with 100% land of the Khoisan tribes and their descendants. so that is the truth of the history and why is the ANC, NP, DA, Parliament and other governmental departments and public schools hiding these past facts and history from the so called Coloureds / Khoisan descendants.

    http://www.chiefkorana.blogspot.com

  3. ikeraam says

    Mandela is not, was not and will not be
    If Mr Mandela is the father of this Nation then certainly he is the father (architect) of the disaster we are in and greater one we heading for.
    As the peoples of South Africa is mourning the death of Late President Mandela, the descendants of the First Nation of South Africa, are still in bondage and they still struggle for freedom and their ancestral land, which the ANC Government don’t want to fully and totally give (restore) to them. But I can say it boldly today, Changes and Restoration in South Africa is not finally over, the people of Colour will be fully restored very very soon.
    It is not criticising when I just outline the facts and decisions that were taken to ensure we are left behind or forgotten, and for unity amongst us as khoisan descendants is important, those proud Mandela , and ANC loyalist should leave that bogus believes and norms outside khoisan issues. their policies, agendas is clear what they have planned for us, so I cannot think of Mandela as my hero or any other descendants hero.
    Unity amongst us (So called Coloureds / KhoiSan descendants) must happen and very soon, and that is what I’m loyalty individuals thinking being an ANC loyalist will unite our people or take our people forward. Not forgetting the NP / DA who is not innocent at all using Mandela and ANC as puppets, the CODESA agreement, I mean the outcome, specially the economic and land empowerments over the years remain to tell me the Whites have a better hand and the ANC / Tri-Part Alliance gave them that powerful hand. and the result is only a few of Blacks people became super rich and the rest keep on struggle, and for the khoisan descendants more social conditions, more corrupt police officers patrol our streets, more foreigners import drugs into our areas, more gangs were created, more drug dealers were created, more gang violence and shooting, more of our people became backyard dwellers while Blacks squat and occupied land illegally without being removed or shot at like they did with our people.
    So he as Mandela paved the way we live today, he further help created a social conditions upon us and our communities we about to bite anyone head off. that’s why it is difficult to find unity, we come different backgrounds, face different social calamities, that’s why our vision to whatever is slightly different but our main objective remains the same, unity, freedom, economic, social and political empowerment, but the NP/DA and ANC,/ Tri Part Alliance elements we need to leave behind, we need to destroy it and set ourselves from them and determine our path, believes, goals, objectives, agendas and laws and even principles.
    So my criticising whoever is not moaning it is just past history and facts that have a negative impact on us and on our future especially on our youth.
    gcap.gcc@gmail.com
    http://www.chiefkorana.blogspot.com

  4. ikeraam says

    In1998 a land claim was lodge for the Khoi and Boesman people, for the entire country and one for the cape colony, in the time of Nelson Mandela was president, yes the department who deal with the claims did stamp it, but later realise what mistake they did, because it was also realise that Nelson Mandela himself gave the Whites and Boere a property protection clause to ensure our claims is invalid, meaning we cannot reclaim o land, tats why it is 2013 and no land restoration, but it is funny though, many land restoration for the Blacks took place, many farms were given back, but at a price, yes it is the khoisan descendants whop paid for it, meaning they came from Homelands while we were tax since colonial times, through Apartheid and today democracy, we paid for those return of lands and farms in the wrongful hands. and yet they go further to dispossessed us of land in a form of informal settlements. and yet they as Blacks want to claim to be historical disadvantage people, wake up, they stealing the past of the khoisan people. and while he was president the raise of drug dealers and drug availabilities was on the increase in our areas and yet the world was told there is no drug problems on the Cape Flats. So why was PAGAD then established, why were they put in jail, it was to protect the legacy of Mandela himself and protect he Whites too. And the hell with the rest!
    http://www.chiefkorana.blogspot.com

  5. ikeraam korana says

    Movement of the Aboriginal People of Southern Africa (MAPSA)
    It is sickening to see how the SABC are portraying the Ngunis as the only individuals who were victimized during the days of Apartheid therefore, maintain that this broadcasting agency is not a public broadcaster, but a state sponsored broadcaster who are in the employ of the Nguni-led ANC government to advance the agenda of the ANC.
    Need to tell the world the true owners of South Africa the KhoiSan & not Blacks or Whites. Our social conditions they put us in include Mandela. And why it was important for the ANC/ NP/ DA to prevent the revitalisation of our true identity & that Nelson Mandela is the 1st Democratic President who kept us as Coloureds which is & still is racism.

    Ikeraam Korana
    Nelson Mandela was the first DEMOCRATIC President that kept us as “COLOUREDS”
    Which makes him racist, and Democracy an act of Cultural Genocide.

    He, ANC make sure the scrapping of the word “Bantu” and but refuse to scrap the word “Coloured” which kept us colonialized, and yet you as my brother and sister, friend, neighbour, whether accepting to be KhoiSan descendant believe he was your hero, he set you free, well he was also the one with ANC who allowed countries to continue benefiting through our land, resources and sea. While the National Khoisan Council and Reference groups were established and no restoration of our land and Identity. Many Councils, organisations and houses were also establish and yet no land restoration and the recognition of our past identity.

    The worst thing though is the fact Nelson Mandela and his administration from 1994 kept drugs and gangsterism in and around our communities. And yes later Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and Affirmative Action Bill was born which further deprived, marginalised and oppressed us. Houses were built on land that supposed to be earmarked for us and yet these houses were given free to Black people not even from your area. He played a further destructive role for those people future back in 1994 and look at today, the outcome, look at your areas the outcome.

    Today Indians and Chinese pretend to be you or pretend to be one of us, meaning they too classified as “Coloureds”. They also classified us as Black, one of them, which is wrong, we do not derived out of them, they sits with most of our words, cultures and land, so how can we be part of them.

    The agreement (CODESA) between the Blacks and the Whites (NP) is clearly just between them two and the so called Coloureds / KhoiSan descendants were sacrificed so that those who sits with our land still possessed it. More and more land were given to Blacks and Whites and we became backyard dwellers and yet you vote and support ANC, DA, and think of Nelson Mandela as a hero. We were sacrificed to create democracy and that is evil, crimes against humanity and cultural genocide.

    If you think the above statement is correct why are you still think of him as your hero or a hero for the people of Colour.

    Every footage of Mandela is propaganda no matter how you want to see it.
    SABC are portraying only the Blacks victimized during Apartheid, the KhoiSan is the only oppressed group please cover this story.
    http://www.chiefkorana.blogspot.com

  6. ikeraam says

    Nelson Mandela was the first DEMOCRATIC President that kept us as “COLOUREDS” which makes him racist, and Democracy an act of Cultural Genocide.

    He (Nelson Mandela), ANC make sure the scrapping of the word “Bantu” and but refuse to scrap the word “Coloured” which kept us colonialized, and yet you as my brother and sister, friend, neighbour, whether accepting to be KhoiSan descendant believe he was your hero, he set you free, well he was also the one with ANC who allowed countries to continue benefiting through our land, resources and sea. While we never received compensation or restoration when so called Colonialism and Apartheid ended.

    Naidoo: Leaders Have Lost Their Way (Thu, 12 Dec 2013 | By Sapa)

    Leaders have lost their way and forgotten what former president Nelson Mandela taught them, former trade unionist Jay Naidoo said.

    PEOPLE OF THE SOUTH: If they lost their way so did the teacher Nelson Mandela himself. Sacrifice people of Colour (KhoiSan descendants) for his legacy, it was their mandate since the negotiation time of CODESA with the National Party.

    More and more foreigners were allowed into the country to become citizens in order to vote against us, help them to keep deprived, marginalized and oppressed. Now these foreigners import more of their relatives into the country to do the same. Meaning for the past 20 years there was an unnatural population growth in South Africa which created all kinds of social conditions in and around our communities, in our homes affecting our youth tremendously. Which means Parliament has more foreigners then Indigenous KhoiSan people as members.

    While the National Khoisan Council and Reference groups for land issues, were established and no restoration of our land and Identity. Many Councils, organizations and houses were also established and yet no land restoration and the recognition of our past identity.

    The worst thing though is the fact Nelson Mandela and his administration from 1994 kept drugs and gangsterism in and around our communities. And yes later Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and Affirmative Action Bill was born which further deprived, marginalized and oppressed us. Houses were built on land that supposed to be earmarked for us and yet these houses were given free to Black people not even from your area. He played a further destructive role for those people future back in 1994 and looks at today, the outcome, look at your areas the outcome.

    Today Indians and Chinese pretend to be you or pretend to be one of us, meaning they too classified as “Coloureds”. They also classified us as Black, one of them, which is wrong, we do not derived out of them, they sits with most of our words, cultures and land, so how can we be part of them.

    The agreement (CODESA) between the Blacks and the Whites (NP) is clearly just between them two and the so called Coloureds / KhoiSan descendants were sacrificed so that those who sit with our land and natural resources still possessed it. More and more land were given to Blacks and Whites and we became backyard dwellers and yet you vote and support ANC, DA, and think of Nelson Mandela as a hero. We were sacrificed to create democracy and protect to it and that is evil, crimes against humanity and cultural genocide.

    If you think the above statement is correct why you are still thinking of him as your hero or a hero for the people of Colour.

    And also every documentary footage of Mandela is propaganda no matter how you want to see it.

    People of the South
    http://www.chiefkorana.blogspot.com
    http://www.khoisanunitedfront.org
    gcap.gcc@gmail.com

Continuing the Discussion

  1. Obama Cites Coloureds In Speech | Project RACE-Multiracial Advocacy linked to this post on 13/12/2013

    […] Obama cites Coloureds in a speech in honor of Mandela, Dilma Rousseff didn’t The U.S. president , Barack Obama in his speech on Tuesday (December 10) in honor of South African leader Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg, South Africa, explicitly cited the mestizo people of that country, the Coloureds: “Mandela showed us the power of action; of taking risks on behalf of our ideals. Perhaps Madiba was right that he inherited, ‘a proud rebelliousness, a stubborn sense of fairness’ from his father. And we know he shared with millions of black and colored South Africans the anger born of, ‘a thousand slights, a thousand indignities, a thousand unremembered moments…a desire to fight the system that imprisoned my people,’ he said”. In contrast to the U.S. President, the white President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, from a country with the largest mestizo population of Americas, merely said that “we, Brazilian nation, that have proudly African blood in our veins.” The president of Brazil defends the imposition of the Negro identity on the native Mestizo people and is implementing apartheid policies in the country. According to several newspapers, it was possible noted many people withdrawing during his speech. […]



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